Note: PREFACE CAUTION: NOTICE: The Océ 3133/3140 Series

PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the Océ 3133/3140 Series. This Manual describes the Océ 3133/3140 Series, its
functions, and its methods of use. It also describes the various precautions to be observed in order to ensure
safe operation. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the Océ 3133/3140 Series in order to
familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions. After reading this manual,
store it in a safe place for future reference.
The Océ 3133/3140 Series
There are 4 types of machine in the Océ 3133/3140 Series. See the list below to confirm the specifications in
each type.
CAUTION:
In this manual, CAUTION MESSAGES with this
symbol indicate that neglecting the suggested
procedure or practice could result in personal injury.
NOTICE:
Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions.
However, as we are constantly improving our products, some of the data contained herein may not
exactly reflect the current model of the particular product with which this manual has been included.
If you have a need for an exact specification, please contact Océ for the current specification.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Océ USA Inc., has determined that this copier model
meets the ENERGY STAR® Program for energy efficiency.
The International ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment Program is an international program that
promotes energy saving through the use of computers and other office equipment. The program
backs the development and dissemination of products with functions that effectively reduce energy
consumption. It is an open system in which businesses proprietors can participate voluntarily.The
targeted products are office equipment such as computers, displays, printers, facsimiles, and
copiers. Their standards and logos are uniform among participating nations.
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the Operator’s Manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the
manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation
of the equipment.
How to Use This Manual
The descriptions in this manual are presented using the following general format.
Main heading
This feature enables you to copy facing pages in a book or magazine on separate
sheets of copy paper in one step.
Orijinal
Copy
1
1
Description of modes and
operations.
Useful Copy Functions
Chapter heading
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a
Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in
One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION)
Content details
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step
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Subheading
Place the original the machine and press [OK].
MEMO
● If you want to make copies in page order begin copying
from the last pages and work your way forward.
● Place the original face down so that the top of it is against
the top edge of the platen glass.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam" on p. 6-2.)
MEMO
Indicates notes for operation or
additional explanations. Reading these
is recommended.
Reference
Page and chapter numbers containing
related items are provided.
Illustrations
2
Press the [TWO-PAGE SEPARATION] key.
NOTICE
● Combined use of the Two-sided, Transparency
Interleaving, Overlay, Image Combination and
Image Separation modes cannot be set.
Illustrations help you identify keys and
parts of the copier.
NOTICE
Indicates operational warnings. Be
certain to read these items so that you
operate the machine correctly.
Operation Instructions
Numbered steps describe how to set
and operate various functions.
3-12
The above sample page does not actually exist in this manual.
Symbols Used in This Manual
WARNING
CAUTION
REQUEST
●NOTICE
●MEMO
Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or injury to persons if not
performed correctly. In order to use the machine safely, always pay attention to these warnings.
Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to persons or damage to property if
not performed correctly. In order to use the machine safely, always pay attention to these cautions.
Indicates important items or prohibited actions that should always be followed when operating the
machine. These should always be read to avoid damage to the machine or injury to persons.
Indicates operational warnings. Be certain to read these items so that you operate the machine
correctly.
Indicates notes for operation or additional explanations. Reading these is recommended.
The following symbols, key names and unit names are used in this manual.
key
Key on touch panel display .............. [OK] key
Key on control panel ............
● Screen shots of the touch-panel display used in this manual are those taken when the machine
is equipped with the DADF-A1, Saddle Finisher-C2, Cassette Feeding Unit-R1,and the FAX
function is installed. Note that functions that cannot be used depending on the combination of
optional items are not displayed in the touch-panel display.
Start
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Safety Considerations
Installation
WARNING
● Do not install the machine near alcohol, paint
thinner or other inflammable substances. If
inflammable substances come into contact with
electrical parts inside the machine, this may
result in fire or electrical shock.
● Do not place the following items on the machine.
If these items come into contact with a highvoltage area inside the machine, this may result
in a fire or electrical shock.
• Necklaces and other metal objects
• Cups, vases, flowerpots and other containers
filled with water or liquids
If these items are dropped or spilled inside the
machine, immediately turn OFF the main power
switch and unplug the power plug from the
outlet. Then, contact your service representative.
CAUTION
● Do not install the machine in unstable locations
such as on unsteady platforms or on inclined
floors, or in locations which are subject to
excessive vibrations, as this may cause the
machine to fall or tip over, resulting in personal
injury.
● Do not install the machine in such a way that
the ventilation ports are blocked by objects. If
the ventilation ports are blocked, heat will build
up inside the machine and may result in a fire.
● Do not place heavy objects on the machine, as
they may tip over or fall resulting in personal
injury.
● Do not install the machine in the following
locations.
• A damp or dusty location
• A location which is exposed to direct sunlight
• A location subject to high temperatures
• A location that is subject to open flames
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Safety Considerations
● Do not remove the machine’s fixing stoppers
after the machine has been installed, as this
may cause the machine to fall or tip over,
resulting in personal injury.
Power Supply
WARNING
● Do not damage or modify the power cord. Also,
do not place heavy objects on the power cord,
or pull on or excessively bend it, as this could
cause electrical damage and result in a fire or
electrical shock.
● Do not insert or unplug the power plug with wet
hands, as this may result in electrical shock.
● Do not plug the machine into a multi-plug power
strip, as this may cause fire or electrical shock.
● Do not bundle up or tie the power cord in a knot,
as this may result in a fire or electrical shock.
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Safety Considerations
● Insert the power cord completely into the outlet,
as failure to do so may result in a fire or
electrical shock.
● Do not use power cords other than the provided
power cord, as this may result in a fire or
electrical shock.
● As a general rule, do not use extension cords.
Using an extension cord may result in a fire or
electrical shock. If an extension cord must be
used, however, untie the cord binding and insert
the power plug completely into the extension
cord outlet to ensure a firm connection between
the power and extension cords.
CAUTION
● Do not use power supplies with voltages other
than 115 V AC, as this may result in a fire or
electrical shock.
● Always grasp the plug portion when unplugging
the power plug. Pulling on the power cord may
expose or snap the core wire, or otherwise
damage the power cord. If the cord is damaged,
this could cause an electricity leak and result in
a fire or electrical shock.
● Leave sufficient space around the power plug
so that it can be unplugged easily. If objects are
placed around the power plug, you will be
unable to unplug it in an emergency.
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Safety Considerations
Handling
WARNING
● Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the
machine. There are high-temperature and highvoltage components inside the machine which
may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● If the machine makes strange noises, or emits
smoke, heat or unusual smells, immediately turn
OFF the main power switch and unplug the
power plug from the outlet. Then, contact your
service representative. Continued use of the
machine in this condition may result in a fire or
electrical shock.
● Do not use highly flammable sprays near the
machine. If gas from these sprays comes into
contact with the electrical components inside
the machine, this may result in a fire or electrical
shock.
● Do not drop paper clips, staples or other metal
objects inside the machine. Also, do not spill
water, liquids or inflammable substances
(alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, etc.) inside the
machine. If these items come into contact with a
high-voltage area inside the machine, this may
result in a fire or electrical shock. If these items
are dropped or spilled inside the machine,
immediately turn OFF the main power switch
and unplug the power plug from the outlet.
Then, contact your service representative.
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Safety Considerations
CAUTION
● Close the platen cover and feeder gently to
avoid catching your hand, as this may result in
personal injury.
● Do not touch the Finisher while making copies,
as this may result in personal injury.
● Turn OFF the power switch for safety when the
machine will not be used for a long period of
time such as overnight. Also, unplug the power
plug for safety when the machine will not be
used for an extended period of time such as
during consecutive holidays.
● Do not place your hand in the part of the tray
where stapling is performed while a Finisher is
attached, as this may result in personal injury.
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Safety Considerations
Maintenance and Inspections
WARNING
● When cleaning the machine, first turn OFF the
main power switch and unplug the power plug.
Failure to observe these items may result in a
fire or electrical shock.
● Clean the machine using a firmly wrung-out
cloth dampened with a mild cleansing detergent.
Do not use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner or
other inflammable substances. If inflammable
substances come into contact with a highvoltage area inside the machine, this may result
in a fire or electrical shock.
● Do not throw a used toner cartridge into open
flames, as this may ignite the toner remaining
inside the cartridge and result in burns or a fire.
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Safety Considerations
CAUTION
● Unplug the power plug from the outlet at least
once a year, and clean the area around the
base of the plug’s metal pins to ensure all dust
is removed. If dust accumulates in this area, it
may result in a fire.
● There are some areas inside the machine which
are subject to high voltages and high temperatures. Take adequate precautions when
performing internal inspections to avoid burns or
electrical shock.
● When removing jammed paper or when
inspecting the inside of the machine, do not
allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal
objects to touch the inside of the machine, as
this may result in burns or electrical shock.
● When removing copy paper which has become
jammed inside the machine, take care not to
allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to
come into contact with your hands or clothing,
as this will dirty your hands or clothing. If they
become dirty, wash them immediately with cold
water. Washing with warm water will set the
toner and make it impossible to remove the
toner stains.
● When removing copy paper which has become
jammed inside the machine, remove the
jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner
on the paper from scattering and entering your
eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or
mouth, wash immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
● When loading copy paper or removing jammed
originals or copy paper, take care not to cut your
hands on the edges of the original or copy
paper.
● When removing a used toner cartridge from the
toner supply port, remove the cartridge carefully
to prevent toner from scattering and entering
your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or
mouth, wash immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
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Safety Considerations
Consumables
WARNING
● Do not throw a toner cartridge into open flames,
as this may cause the toner to ignite and result
in burns or a fire.
● Do not store toner cartridges or copy paper in
places exposed to open flames, as this may
cause the toner or copy paper to ignite and
result in burns or a fire.
CAUTION
● Keep toner and other consumables out of the reach of small children. If these items
are ingested, consult a physician immediately.
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Installation Precautions
Avoid installing the machine in the following locations.
■ Avoid locations which are subject to low temperatures
and low humidity, or high temperatures and high humidity.
For example, avoid installing the machine near water faucet, hot
water heaters, humidifiers, air conditioners, heaters and stoves.
■ Avoid installing the machine in the direct sunlight.
If unavoidable, shade the machine using curtains.
■ Avoid poorly ventilated locations.
During use, the machine generates ozone. However, the amount of
ozone generated is not enough to affect the human body.
Nevertheless, if the machine is used for a prolonged period of time
in a poorly ventilated room, or when making lots of copies, be sure
to ventilate the room to make the working environment as comfortable as possible.
■ Avoid locations where a considerable amount of dust
accumulates.
■ Avoid locations where ammonia gas is emitted.
■ Avoid locations near volatile flammables, such as
alcohol or paint thinner.
■ Avoid locations which are subject to vibrations.
For example, avoid installing the machine on unstable floors or
stands.
■ Avoid rapid changes in temperature.
If the room in which the machine is installed is rapidly heated from
a low temperature, condensation may form inside the machine.
This can adversely affect copy quality or result in an inability to
obtain copy images.
■ Avoid installing the machine near computers or other
precision electronic equipment.
Electrical interference and vibrations generated by the machine
during copying can adversely affect the operation of such equipment.
■ Avoid installing the machine near televisions, radios or
other similar electronic equipment.
The machine might interfere with sound and picture signal reception, etc. Plug the machine into a dedicated power outlet and
maintain as much space as possible between the machine and
other electronic equipment.
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Installation Precautions
Select a safe power supply.
■ Plug the machine into a 120V AC outlet.
■ Do not plug other electrical equipment into the outlet to
which the machine is connected.
■ Do not plug the machine into a multi-plug power strip.
Doing so might cause a fire.
■ The power cable may become damaged if it is often
stepped on or heavy objects are placed on it. Continued
use of a damaged power cable can lead to an accident.
more than 4" (100mm)
36"-3/4 (934mm)
45"-1/2 (1155mm)(cassette extended)
Provide adequate installation space.
■ Provide enough space on each side of the machine for
unrestricted operation.
Main Unit only
more than 4" (100mm)
36"-3/4 (934mm)
45"-1/2 (1155mm)(cassette extended)
51" (1296mm)
When installing the Finisher-C1 or the Saddle Finisher-C2
more than 4" (100mm)
36"-3/4 (934mm)
45"-1/2 (1155mm)(cassette extended)
75"-1/4 (1912mm)
When installing the Finisher-E1
59"-3/8 (1507.4mm)
Moving the machine
■ If you intend to move the machine, contact your service
representative beforehand.
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Handling Precautions
■ Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the machine.
■ Some parts inside the machine are subject to high
voltages and temperatures. Take adequate precaution
when inspecting the inside of the machine. Do not carry
out any inspections not described in this manual.
■ Be careful not to drop any foreign objects such as paper
clips or staples inside the machine. If a foreign object
comes into contact with electrical parts inside the
machine, it might cause a short circuit and result in a
fire or electrical shock.
■ If there is unusual noise or smoke, immediately turn the
main power switch OFF, then call your service representative. Using the machine in this state might cause a fire
or electric shock. Also, avoid placing objects around the
plug so that the machine can be unplugged whenever
necessary.
■ Do not turn the main power switch OFF or open the
front cover during copying. This might result in paper
jams.
■ To avoid danger of ignition, do not use flammable
aerosol products near the machine.
■ If the machine will not be used for a prolonged period of
time, for example during the night, turn the main power
switch OFF.
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Chapter 1
Before You Start Using
Copy Functions
Parts and Their Functions ............................................................... 1-2
Integrated Operation ........................................................................ 1-5
Entering Characters on the Touch Panel Display ......................... 1-6
Main Power and Control Panel Power ............................................ 1-8
Flow of Copy Operations ................................................................. 1-9
Placing Originals ............................................................................ 1-11
Checking the Copy Mode Settings ............................................... 1-14
Changing or Canceling a Selected Copy Mode ........................... 1-15
Chapter 2
Basic Copying
Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT) ......................... 2-2
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals) .......... 2-8
Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (COPY EXPOSURE) ..... 2-24
Entering the Copy Quantity ........................................................... 2-27
Using the Memory for Copying ..................................................... 2-28
Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies
(INTERRUPT MODE) ...................................................................... 2-31
Two-Sided Copying ........................................................................ 2-33
Collating Copies (FINISHER) ......................................................... 2-39
Chapter 3
Useful Copy Functions
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy
Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION) ........................... 3-2
Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING) ....................................................... 3-4
Superimposing Two Original Images on a Single Copy Sheet
(OVERLAY) ....................................................................................... 3-7
Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder (DIF. SIZE
ORIGINAL) ...................................................................................... 3-10
Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET) ....................... 3-11
Making Copies with Original Images Shifted (SHIFT) ................. 3-13
Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN) ....................................... 3-14
Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (FRAME ERASE) .. 3-16
Reducing Two, Four or Eight Originals to Fit on a Single Copy Sheet
(IMAGE COMB.) .............................................................................. 3-20
Dividing an Original Into Equal Sections and Enlarging Each Section on a Separate Copy Sheet (IMAGE SEPARATION) .............. 3-24
Inverting Original Images (NEGA/POSI) ....................................... 3-27
Making Sharp Contrast Copies (SHARPNESS) ........................... 3-28
Making Copies with the Original Image Repeated (IMAGE REPEAT) 3-30
Storing Often Used Copy Settings in Memory (MODE MEMORY) .... 3-32
Recalling a Previous Copy Job (RECALL) ................................... 3-39
Chapter 4
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to
Suit Your Needs
Common Functions ......................................................................... 4-2
Additional Functions Setting Table ................................................ 4-5
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing .......................... 4-6
Timer Settings ................................................................................ 4-25
Zoom Fine Adjustment .................................................................. 4-28
Custom Copy Settings ................................................................... 4-31
Image Server Custom Settings ..................................................... 4-37
Chapter 5
Loading Paper and Adding
the Toner
Loading Paper .................................................................................. 5-2
Adding Toner .................................................................................... 5-8
Consumables and Options ............................................................ 5-12
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
Clearing Paper Jams ........................................................................ 6-2
Routine Cleaning ............................................................................ 6-16
Self-diagnostic (Error) Display ..................................................... 6-19
Service Call Message .................................................................... 6-21
Chapter 7
Handling Options
System Configuration ...................................................................... 7-2
Cassette Feeding Unit-S1 ................................................................ 7-3
Cassette Feeding Unit-R1 ................................................................ 7-5
Paper Deck-B1 .................................................................................. 7-7
DADF-24X36(Feeder) ..................................................................... 7-11
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2 .................................................... 7-16
Finisher-E1 ...................................................................................... 7-34
Chapter 8
Appendix
Operation When User Restrictions are Enabled ........................... 8-2
Using a Mail Box (When the printer function is installed) ............ 8-5
Checking Printing Status .............................................................. 8-15
Main Specifications ........................................................................ 8-18
Index ................................................................................................ 8-20
Océ DADF-B1
Originals placed in the feeder are automatically fed to the
platen glass and they will be copied or faxed. The feeder
can also automatically reverse a 2-sided original and feed
to the platen glass. After making a copy or a fax, original is
automatically sent to the original output area.
Parts and Their Functions ........................................................ E-2
Acceptable Originals ................................................................ E-3
Notes on Using the DADF-B1 .................................................. E-3
Placing Originals ...................................................................... E-4
Paper Jam in the DADF-B1 ..................................................... E-5
Main Specifications .................................................................. E-7
Parts and Their Functions
Original supply tray
Auxiliary tray
Right Feeder cover
Left Feeder cover
ENGLISH
Original output area
Slide guide
CAUTION :
●If the paper delivery slot is blocked, copying may not be
correctly performed. Therefore, do not place objects in the
original output area.
E-2
Acceptable Originals
■ Weight : 13 to 28-lb bond (52 g/m2 to 105 g/m2)
■ Size : 11" × 17" to STMT (STMT size original can not be placed horizontally)
12X18 to 5.5x8.5 (5.5x8.5 size original can not be placed horizontally)
■ Tray capacity : 11" × 17"/LGL-size : 15 sheets (20-lb bond)
: LTR/LTRR/STMT-size : 30 sheets (20-lb bond)
: 12X18-size : 15 sheets (80 g/m2)
: 8.5X11/5.5x8.5-size : 30 sheets (80 g/m2)
■ Originals that cannot be placed in the feeder
Do not place the following types of originals in the feeder:
• Originals with tears or large binding holes
• Severely curled originals or originals with sharp folds
• Clipped or stapled originals
• Carbon-backed paper or other originals which might not feed smoothly
• Transparencies and other highly transparent originals
Notes on Using the DADF-B1
Leading
edge
length
B5
B4
A3
A4
Original Feeding Direction
The following different sizes of originals can be set:
• LTR and 11" × 17" • STMT and LTRR
• STMT, LTRR and LGL
• 8.5X11 and 12X18
When placing originals in the feeder, the
leading edge of each original should be the
same as shown right.
Leading
edge
length
A5
A4R
Original Feeding Direction
Leading
edge
length
11"×17"
LTR
Original Feeding Direction
NOTICE : ● When the different size original mode is used,
Auto Paper Selection should be set.
●When the DADF-B1 is installed, the STAMP
function of the facsimile can not be used.
Moreover, the setting of Stamp Document in
the additional function is impossible.
●When the DADF-B1 is installed, the 2 ON 1
TX function of the facsimile can not be used.
Leading
edge
length
STMT
LTRR
LGL
Original Feeding Direction
E-3
ENGLISH
■ Use originals which are all the same size.
When the different size original mode is set, you
can feed different size of originals together in
one group in the feeder, provided that the
leading edge of each page is the same length
and the same thickness.
Placing Originals
You can place originals vertically or horizontally. Always align the top edge of your original with
the back edge of the feeder
Vertical placement
Horizontal placement
Adjust the slide guides to fit the size of
originals.
2
Neatly stack your originals and place them with
the first page face up in the original supply tray.
ENGLISH
1
NOTICE : ●After copying (or scanning) begins, do not add or
remove originals.
NOTICE : ●When the Auxiliary tray is the down position, lift it up
and place it to the original position.
E-4
Paper Jam in the DADF-B1
If a paper jam occurs in the feeder, a display similar to
the one on the right appears in the touch panel display.
Check where the jam occurred, and follow the
procedure below and the procedure that appears in the
touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.
Open the left feeder cover and remove any
originals remaining on the original supply tray.
2
Open the left feeder cover completely and
remove any jammed originals.
AB
C
1
ENGLISH
E-5
3
Open the right feeder cover and remove any
jammed originals.
After removing all jammed originals, close the
left feeder cover and the right feeder cover.
ENGLISH
4
Open the feeder and remove jammed originals
on the left side.
5
Remove originals jammed on the right side of
the feeder.
E-6
Remove any originals from the platen glass.
7
Close the feeder.
8
Follow the instructions in the touch panel
display.
ENGLISH
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Main Specifications
Name :
Océ DADF-B1
Originals :
11" × 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, 12X18, 8.5X11, 5.5x8.5
15 to 28-lb bond (52 g/m2 to 105 g/m2)
11" × 17", LGL, 12X18 : 15 sheets (20-lb bond or 80 g/m2)
Original Weight :
Original tray capacity :
LTR, LTRR, STMT, 8.5X11, 5.5x8.5 : 30 sheets (20-lb bond or 80 g/m2)
Original replacement speed : 35 sheets/minute (LTR, 8.5X11)
Power consumption :
160 W
Power source :
24V (From main unit)
Dimensions (W x D x H) :
23 " × 19-7/8 " × 7-1/8 " (583 × 506 × 179 mm)
Weight :
Approx. 28.2 lb (12.8 kg)
These specifications are subject to change without notice.
E-7
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
1–1
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Parts and Their Functions
External View
■DADF-24X36
attached
External View
■DADF-B1 attached
1–2
DADF-B1
■Platen cover Type D attached
Platen cover
Type D
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Parts and Their Functions
Internal View
Internal View
Platen glass
Toner box
Front cover
Open this cover when
clearing a paper jam or
adding toner.
Copy tray
Copies are output to
this tray.
Duplexing unit
1–3
Control Panel Parts and Functions
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Parts and Their Functions
Control Panel Parts and Functions
1–4
This machine supports multiple functions such as copier, FAX and printer. These functions can be used simultaneously ("integrated operation"). Refer to the chart below for a
more detailed description.
Yes: Usable
Previous job
Copy
Copy
Printer
Scanning
▲*3
Direct TX *4
▲*3
No
Memory TX *4
Yes
Yes
No
Memory RX *5
Yes
Yes
No
No
Printing of Auto
RX Documents *5
▲*1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Data RX *5
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Printing
▲*1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
▲*1
No
Printing
▲*1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
▲*2
▲*2
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
▲*1
Yes
Yes
*1 This is dependent on the Printing Priority setting when your machine is equipped with a Finisher. (See p.
4-13.)
You can set the printing order to match your particular needs. The initial setting is copy, FAX and printer
in that order.
*2
*3
*4
*5
The following applies when your machine is not equipped with a Finisher.
• Priority is given to Copying even when the output of another function, such as Printer, is being
performed.
• The printing priority between FAX and printer is given to whichever function starts the earliest.
With direct TX*4, transmission of originals is reserved. Direct transmission is executed after the current
operation (TX*4 or RX*5) has ended.
When scanning is completed you can send a document.
TX: Transmission
RX: Reception
1–5
Integrated Operation
Printer
▲: Conditional
Scanning Direct Memory Memory Printing of Data
TX *4
TX *4
RX *5 Auto RX RX *5
Documents *5
No
Yes
▲*1
No
Yes
Yes
Next job
FAX
No: Unusable
FAX
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Integrated Operation
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Entering Characters on the Touch
Panel Display
At screens which require alphanumeric input, enter characters using the alphabet keys
displayed in the touch-panel display and the Number keys as described below.
Entering Alphabet Characters
Example: Enter "OCÉ".
1
Press the mode key, and select "UPPER."
Entering Alphabet Characters
MEMO
● Each press of the mode key switches the entry mode.
● If you press the [LOWER CASE] key, the entry mode
changes to the lower case mode, and lower case characters
can be entered.
Mode key
2
Enter "OCÉ".
MEMO
●If you make a mistake when entering characters,
press the [BACK SPACE] key to delete the character.
Then, enter the correct character again.
●You can also delete all characters you have entered
by pressing the C key.
●To continue entering special letters, press the mode
key to select the desired mode. Then, press the [OK]
key.
Clear
3
1–6
When you have entered all characters,
press the [OK] key.
Entering Special Letters
Example:Enter "è".
1
Press the mode key, and select "OTHER".
MEMO
● Each press of the mode key switches the entry mode.
2
Press the [▼] or [▲] keys to display the desired
special letter.
3
Press the number of the desired special
letter in the touch panel display.
MEMO
● If you make a mistake when entering special
letters, press the [BACK SPACE] key to delete the
character. Then, enter the correct character again.
● You can also delete all characters you have
entered by pressing the C key.
● You can also press the number of the desired
special letter with the Number keys to select the
special letter.
● To continue entering alphabet characters, press the
mode key to select the desired mode. When you
have entered all characters, press the [OK] key.
Clear
4
Press the [DONE] key.
5
When you have entered all characters,
press the [OK] key.
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Entering Special Letters
Mode key
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Entering Characters on the Touch Panel Display
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Main Power and Control Panel Power
The machine is provided with two power switches, a main power switch and a control
panel power switch.
Turning the Power ON
1
Make sure that the power plug is firmly inserted into
the power outlet, and press the power switches to
the ON position.
■ Main power switch
Turning the Power ON
The main power switch is located on the right side of the machine.
The main power lamp on the control panel lights when the main
power switch is turned ON.
NOTICE
●When this machine supports FAX functions , we recommend
that you do not turn the main power switch OFF. If you turn
the main power switch OFF, you will no longer be able to
receive or send originals.
■ Control panel power switch
Press the control panel power switch to cancel the sleep mode and
resume normal machine operations.
MEMO
● This machine can receive documents sent by FAX, and print
out received documents even in the Sleep mode. We
recommend using the Sleep mode to receive FAX documents while you are out of the office.
●Documents received by FAX and instructions from a host
computer can be printed even while the machine is in the
Sleep mode.
● Pressing the COPY , FAX or
from the Sleep mode.
2
PRINT•I/F
key also wakes the unit up
The Basic Features screen appears in the
touch-panel display.
MEMO
●The copy mode on the Basic Features screen is set to
the Standard mode.
●If the message “Please insert a control card.” appears,
insert a control card.
●If the message “Enter Dept. ID and password.”
appears, enter the department ID and password.
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Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Flow of Copy Operations
This section describes the flow of basic copy operations.
MEMO
● For details on the following items, see the indicated pages.
• Main Power and Control Panel Power (See p.1-8)
• Loading Paper and Adding the Toner (See chapter 5)
• Loading Paper (See p.5-2)
• Routine Cleaning (See p.6-16)
1
COPY
Error
FAX
Data
Error
Press the
COPY
key.
MEMO
●If the message “Please insert a control card.” appears, insert
a control card.
●If the message “Enter Dept. ID and password.” appears,
enter the department ID and password.
P
Reset
1
GHI
Guide
2
Place your originals.
(See "Placing Originals," on p. 1-11.)
ABC
Reset
1
Guide
GHI
Additional Functions
PRS
5
C
Enter the copy quantity.
(See "Entering the Copy Quantity," on p. 2-27.)
6
S
WXY
TUV
7
Interrupt
3
MNO
JKL
4
3
Clear
DEF
2
8
9
OPER
0
ID
4
Set the copy mode in the Basic Features screen.
(See chapter 2, "Basic Copying".)
MEMO
● In the Basic Features screen, you can
select the copy paper size, set exposure
and image quality, and select the desired
collating function.
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Flow of Copy Operations
Copying
Memory
TX/RX
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Flow of Copy Operations
5
Set the copy mode in the Special Features screen.
(See chapter 3, "Useful Copy Functions".)
3
C
Flow of Copy Operations
O
6
Stop
6
Start
Press the
key.
Start
NOTICE
●You cannot change copy mode settings such as the
copy quantity, copy paper size and copy ratio during
copying.
Y
9
ID
Clear
3
■ Stopping before copying is completed
Energy Saver
• To stop the machine before copying is completed, press the
key.
C
Stop
Stop
6
Start
MEMO
key, several
●After you have pressed the
copies may be output from the machine.
Stop
9
ID
Guide
GHI
Additional Functions
PRS
5
8
OPER
0
7
6
■ To interrupt a copying job
• To interrupt a copying job when you need to make priority
key.
copies, press the
(See "Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority
Copies," on p. 2-31.)
Interrupt
WXY
TUV
7
Interrupt
MNO
JKL
4
9
When the copy has been made, remove it from the tray.
MEMO
● If the optional Control Card is attached, remove the control card.
● If you have set Department ID Management, press the ID key.
MNO
JKL
5
6
START
WXY
TUV
8
9
OPER
0
1–10
ID
There are two ways to place originals for copying. The method that you select will depend
on the size and type of the original that you are using, and the copy settings that you
have programmed.
■Platen glass
Use when copying books, originals on heavy paper, lightweight paper, and transparencies.
■Feeder (Automatic Document Feeder)
Place a stack of originals in the feeder, and they are automatically fed to the platen
glass for copying. Two-sided copies can also be automatically made from two-sided
originals.
You can place originals vertically or horizontally. Always align the top edge of your original with the back
edge of the platen glass.
NOTICE
● If the original is not placed correctly, copies may not be made correctly depending on the copy mode you have set.
MEMO
● LTR/STMT-size originals can be placed vertically or horizontally. However, the copy speed for vertically
placed originals is somewhat faster than that for horizontally placed originals. (Horizontally placed LTR/
STMT-size originals are referred to as “LTRR/STMTR.”)
● 11" × 17"-size originals must be placed horizontally.
[Platen glass]
Place the original
face down.
Place the original
face down.
Vertical placement
Horizontal placement
[Feeder]
Place the original face up.
Place the
original
face up.
Vertical placement
Horizontal placement
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Orientation of Originals
Orientation of Originals
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Placing Originals
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Placing Originals
Placing an Original on the Platen Glass
You should use the platen glass when copying books, originals on heavy or thin paper, and transparencies, etc.
1
Lift up the feeder or platen cover.
Placing an Original on the Platen Glass
2
Place your original.
The surface that you want to copy must be placed face down.
Align the corner of the original with the mark at the top left corner
of the platen glass.
MEMO
● Place books and other bound originals on the platen
glass in the same way.
● When enlarging LTR/STMT-size originals to 11" × 17"size paper, place the original horizontally on the platen
glass and align it with the LTRR or STMTR marks.
3
Gently lower the feeder or platen cover.
NOTICE
● When placing originals on the platen glass, the size
of the original is detected after the feeder or platen
cover has been lowered. Be sure to lower the
feeder or platen cover before copying.
CAUTION
● Close the feeder (or platen glass) gently to avoid
catching your hand, as this may result in personal
injury.
● Do not press down hard on the platen cover (or
feeder) when using the platen glass to copy thick
books. This may damage the platen glass.
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Placing Originals in the Feeder (DADF-24X36)
Place a stack of originals in the feeder, and they are automatically fed to the platen glass for copying.
Two-sided copies can also be automatically made from two-sided originals.
You can place the following originals in the original supply tray:
• Weight:13 to 28-Ib bond (50 to 105 g/m2)
• Size:STMT, LTR, LGL, 11"× 17"
• Tray capacity: 11"× 17"/LGL-size: 25 (20-Ib bond or 80 g/m2),
LTR/LTRR/STMT/STMTR-size: 50 (20-Ib bond or 80 g/m2)
1
Adjust the slide guides to fit the size of the originals.
LDR A4
LGL A5
STMT
LDR /LTR
A4 /A3
Slide guides
2
Neatly stack your originals face up in the original supply tray.
NOTICE
● After copying begins, do not add or remove originals.
MEMO
●STMT-size original can be placed only vertically.
●When enlarging LTR-size originals to 11"× 17"-size
paper, place your originals horizontally.
●Before placing the following types of originals in the
feeder, flip open the auxiliary tray:
• 11"× 17"/LTRR-size originals (horizontal placement)
• STMT-size originals (vertical placement)
• Different-size originals
●You can place different-size originals together in one
group in the feeder provided that the leading edge of
each page is the same length and the originals are the
same thickness. (See "Feeding Different-size Originals
Together in the Feeder," on p. 3-10.)
●Once copies are made from originals, originals are
output to the original output tray in the same order and
facing down.
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Placing Originals in the Feeder (DADF-24X36)
NOTICE
● Do not place the following types of originals in the feeder:
• Originals with tears or large binding holes
• Severely curled originals or originals with sharp folds
• Clipped or stapled originals
• Carbon-backed paper or other originals which might not feed smoothly
• Transparencies and other highly transparent originals
● Check the condition of originals which have been fed through the feeder many times. Originals which
have been fed through the feeder many times can become folded or wrinkled and might not feed
smoothly.
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Placing Originals
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Checking the Copy Mode Settings
When the copy mode settings are selected on the Special Features screen, you can check
the current settings.
1
Press the [SETTING CONFIRMATION] key on the
Basic Features screen.
The display shows the selected copy mode settings.
MEMO
● When six or more copy modes have been set, use the [▼]
key to bring up the next screen. To return to the previous
screen, press the [▲] key.
Checking the Copy Mode Settings
2
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
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From the Setting Confirmation screen, you can also change or cancel functions.
1
Press the [SETTING CONFIRMATION] key on the
Basic Features screen.
The display shows the selected copy mode settings.
MEMO
●When six or more copy modes have been set, use the [▼]
key to bring up the next screen. To return to the previous
screen, press the [▲] key.
Press the key for the copy mode you want to
change or cancel.
The copy mode settings screen appears.
■ To change a mode (example: SHIFT)
Perform the same steps as when setting the mode. When the
setting is as you want it, press [OK].
The display returns to the Setting Confirmation screen.
■ To cancel a mode
Press the [C] key.
The display returns to the Setting Confirmation screen.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
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Changing or Cancelling a Selected Copy Mode
2
Before You Start Using Copy Functions
Changing or Canceling a Selected
Copy Mode
Basic Copying
2–1
Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)
Automatic Paper Selection
1
Place your originals and press the [PAPER SELECT] key.
Basic Copying
MEMO
●Auto Paper Selection is the Standard mode setting.
Automatic Paper Selection
2
Select the [AUTO] key.
The screen on the left appears.
3
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
NOTICE
●You cannot use Auto Paper Selection when
copying the following types of originals. Copy
these using Manual Paper Selection.
• Non-standard size originals
• Highly transparent originals such as transparencies
• Originals with an extremely dark background
• Originals smaller than STMT in size
●Auto Paper Selection cannot be used together
with the following modes: ZOOM, XY ZOOM,
AUTO ZOOM, IMAGE COMB., IMAGE SEPARATION, XY AUTO, Rotate Collate, Rotate
Group, and BOOKLET.
2–2
Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)
Manual Paper Selection
1
Place your originals and press the [PAPER SELECT] key.
Basic Copying
MEMO
● Auto Paper Selection is the Standard mode setting.
Manual Paper Selection
2
Select the desired paper size.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the
selected paper size is displayed.
3
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
●The paper sizes are displayed in the order in
which they are loaded in the paper drawers.
●The paper sizes which are loaded in the paper
drawers are shown in the display.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key.
(The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset
2–3
Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)
Using the Stack Bypass
Basic Copying
To make copies on transparencies or special (thick) copy stock, use the stack bypass. Copies can not
be made on paper fed from the paper drawers. Paper in the stack bypass will automatically be fed into
the machine.
If you select the Stack Bypass mode at paper selection, you can make copies from the stack bypass.
The following three types of paper can be copied using the stack bypass.
■Standard Size
You can select standard inch system copy paper, or A or B series copy paper.
■Free Size
You can place standard-size or non-standard size copy paper.
■Material
Using the Stack Bypass
You can place plain copy paper, thick copy paper and tracing paper.
■ Post card
You can place the post card.
NOTICE
● Note the following points when using the stack bypass.
• Copy quantity: 1 to about 50 sheets (stack about 3/16" high)
• Paper size:
4-1/8" x 5-1/8" to 11" x 17"
• Paper weight: 17 to 32-lb bond (64 g/m2 to 128 g/m2)
• Curl down copy paper before use.
(Curling amount : copy paper less than 3/8", post card less than 3/16")
• There are some types of copy stock which may meet the above specifications but cannot be fed in the
stack bypass.
● When copying on transparencies while a paper output accessory except the Finisher-E1 is installed, the
output tray must be set to tray A. Verify and change the setting if necessary. (See “Setting up Dedicated
Tray for Copy, Fax and Printer,” on p. 4-13.)
● When copying on a transparency, the output tray must be set to tray A. Check the setting and change it if
necessary.(See "Setting up Dedicated Trays for Copy and Fax" on p. 4-12.)
MEMO
●When copying the following originals, you cannot use Auto Paper Selection:
• Highly transparent originals such as transparencies
• Originals with an extremely dark background
Use Manual Paper Selection with these types of paper.
●When the Transparency Interleaving mode is already set, you cannot make copies by Free Size using the
stack bypass. When the Transparency Interleaving mode is selected when making copies by Free Size,
enter the copy size during mode-setting operations.
1
2–4
Place your originals and programme the copy
settings.
Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)
2
Open the stack bypass.
Basic Copying
3
Adjust the slide guides to the size of the copy
paper.
A5
B5
When feeding large-size
copy paper, pull out the
auxiliary tray.
LGL.LTR ER
B5 /B4
LGR.LTR
A4 /A3
4
Place the copy paper in the stack bypass.
Align the required number of sheets of copy paper with the
slide guides. The surface that you want to copy on must be
placed face up. Insert the copy paper into the machine until
it stops.
NOTICE
● When resupplying paper to the stack bypass
remove any previous remaining paper, stack it with
the new paper and set it in place after making sure
the paper edges are nearly aligned.
●When copying using the stack
bypass, a paper jam will occur
easily if the copy stock is curled.
Therefore, curl down all curled copy
stock as shown in the figure before
Paper feed direction
placing it in the stack bypass.
● When copying onto the reverse side of a copy sheet which has
been copied on one side, after curling down the copy sheet
place it in the stack bypass with the side you wish to copy onto
facing up, and the edge which was output first when copying
the first side, at the rear of the stack bypass (see below).
When copying of the
first side is completed
When copying the
reverse side
2–5
Using the Stack Bypass
STMT
Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)
When STACK BYPASS SIZE ENTRY is ON, select the
paper size and then press [OK] key.
Go to step 6.
Basic Copying
NOTICE
●Set the paper size to the same size as the original placed on the
stack bypass tray.
●For thick paper, use the LTRR setting.
MEMO
● To select the paper size, set the STACK BYPASS SIZE ENTRY to
ON. (See “Settings for Stack Bypass Tray Paper Size Selection,”
on p. 4-12.)
● When STACK BYPASS SIZE ENTRY is OFF and one of Twosided, Overlay, or Image Combination modes has been set,
pressing the
key will bring up the paper size setting screen.
From the sizes displayed on this screen, select the size that
matches the paper placed on the stack bypass tray.
Using the Stack Bypass
Start
◆ When using plain paper, think paper or tracing paper.
The screen on the left is displayed when the [PAPER TYPE] key is
pressed. After selecting the papers type, press the [DONE] key and
then the [OK] key.
NOTICE
● When using tracing paper with the Finisher-E1 installed, select
[TRACING PAPER].
● [TRACING PAPER] is only displayed when the Finisher-E1 is
installed.
◆ If the screen on the left is displayed, adjust the width of the slide
guides to match the paper size.
2–6
Selecting the Copy Paper Size (PAPER SELECT)
5
Press the [DONE] key.
Basic Copying
6
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
Using the Stack Bypass
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Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/
Reducing Originals)
Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Size
1
Place your originals and press the [PAPER SELECT] key.
Basic Copying
Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Size
2
Select the [AUTO] key.
3
To enlarge, press the [E] key. To reduce,
press the [R] key.
MEMO
●To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.]
key.
4
Select a preset copy ratio.
The display returns
to the Basic
Features screen,
and the selected
copy ratio is
displayed.
5
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key.
key. (The machine returns to
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
the Standard mode.)
Reset
2–8
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Specifying the Copy Ratio by %
You can reduce or enlarge images by any copy ratio, selectable in 1% increments.
The copy ratios are 25% to 800%.
Original
Basic Copying
Copy
CITY
CITY
CITY
Specifying the Copy Ratio by %
1
CITY
Place your originals and press the [ZOOM] key.
2
You can enter the copy ratio with the [–] [+]
keys or the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) in 1%
increments.
MEMO
● Even if you entered the copy ratio with the Number
keys ( 0 - 9 ), you can directly change (increase/
decrease) the entered values with the [–] [+] keys in
the touch panel display.
● If you make a mistake when entering values, press the
C key, and enter the correct value.
● If you enter a value outside the setting range, a
message prompting you to enter the appropriate value
will appear on screen.
Clear
2–9
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Basic Copying
The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the selected
copy ratio is displayed.
Specifying the Copy Ratio by %
4
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key.
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key.
(The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset
2–10
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original
and Copy Paper Sizes (AUTO ZOOM)
In this mode, the machine automatically selects the appropriate copy ratio based on the size of the
originals and the selected copy paper. The copy ratios are 25% to 800%.
Basic Copying
Original
Copy
MEMO
●If an error occurs between the Auto Zoom copy ratio and the actual copy size, you can adjust this with the
Zoom Fine Adjustment function. (See "Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and Copy
Image Occur," on p. 4-28.)
●The copy paper placed in the stack bypass normally is not processed in the Auto Zoom mode. To process
this paper in the Auto Zoom mode, you must first specify the size of the copy paper to be placed in the
stack bypass. (See "Using the Stack Bypass," on p. 2-4.)
●The paper sizes that can be used with Auto Zoom are as follows:
For an original placed on the platen glass : 11”x17”, LGL, LTR, STMT
For originals placed in the feeder
: 11”x17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR
1
Place your originals and press the [PAPER SELECT] key.
2
Select the copy paper size.
NOTICE
● Select a copy paper size other than “AUTO”.
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Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (AUTO ZOOM)
NOTICE
● You cannot use the Auto Zoom mode with Auto Paper Selection.
● You cannot copy highly transparent originals, such as transparencies, in the Auto Zoom mode. Use the
Reduction, Enlargement or Zoom modes.
● To use the Auto Zoom mode, your originals must conform to a standard paper size.
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
3
Press the [ZOOM] key.
Basic Copying
4
Press the [AUTO] key and then the [DONE] key.
Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (AUTO ZOOM)
5
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
●To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.]
key.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
●If the original was placed on the platen glass, the
zoom ratio appears when the platen cover or
feeder is lowered.
●If the original was placed in the feeder, the zoom
key is pressed.
ratio appears when the
●The copy ratio is set within the range of 25% to
800%.
Reset
Start
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Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Slightly Reducing Images to Prevent the Original Periphery from Being Cut
(ENTIRE IMAGE)
1
Basic Copying
When copying an original onto the same size of paper at a 100% copy ratio, the periphery of the original
may be cut slightly on the copy.
However, if you set the Entire Image mode, the copied image is automatically reduced slightly based on
the copy paper size and copy image size. As a result, the entire original image is reproduced on the
copy without its periphery being cut off.
Place your original and press the [ZOOM] key.
Press the [ENTIRE IMAGE] key, then press the
[DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
3
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset
2–13
Slightly Reducing Images to Prevent the Original Periphery from Being Cut (ENTIRE IMAGE)
2
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes
(ZOOM PROGRAM)
If you enter measurements for the original and desired copy images (or sheets), the machine will
automatically calculate and set the appropriate copy ratio. The following two Zoom Program modes are
available.
Basic Copying
■ Making copies with the same XY copy ratio (ZOOM)
Designate the same copy ratio for the vertical and horizontal directions.
Original
Copy
Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (ZOOM PROGRAM)
Original size
Copy size
■ Making copies with a different XY copy ratio (XY ZOOM)
Designate a different copy ratio for the vertical and horizontal directions.
Original
Copy
Original size (Y)
Original size (X)
Copy size (Y)
Copy size (X)
MEMO
●Sizes designated in millimeters are converted to the copy ratio (%) as follows:
copy ratio (%) = copy size (mm)/original size (mm) ×100
Numbers past the decimal point are discarded.
●If the calculated copy ratio is smaller than 25%, it is set to 25%. If it is larger than 800%, it is set to 800%.
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Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
1
Place your originals and press the [ZOOM] key.
Basic Copying
2
Press the [ZOOM PROGRAM] key.
4
Press the [ZOOM] or [XY ZOOM] key.
Press the [ORIGINAL SIZE] key and enter the original size, then press the
[COPY SIZE] key and enter the copy size, using the Number keys.
MEMO
●If you make a mistake when entering values, press the [C] key, and enter the values
again.
●When setting the deistance in inches, you need to the function in the Additional
Functions beforehand. (See “Setting Inch Input,” on p.4-15.)
5
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
●To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.] key.
●To cancel the settings, press the [ZOOM] , [ZOOM PROGRAM] and [C] keys in
that order.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key.(The machine returns to
the Standard mode.)
Reset
2–15
Calculating the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (ZOOM PROGRAM)
3
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratios Set Independently for X and Y Axes (XY ZOOM)
If you set the XY Zoom mode, you can make enlarged or reduced copies at a different XY copy ratio.
The following two XY Zoom modes are available.
Basic Copying
■ Manually specifying the copy ratio (XY ZOOM)
Manually specify the XY copy ratio in 1% increments.
Original
Copy
Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratios Set Independently for X and Y Axes (XY ZOOM)
Enlarging and reducing at
different XY copy ratios
Y=80%
X=120%
■ Automatically specifying the copy ratio (AUTO XY ZOOM)
The XY copy ratio is automatically set to suit the size of the selected copy paper.
Original
Copy
LTRR selected
LTRR
LTR
NOTICE
● If you set the Auto XY Zoom mode, select the copy paper size by Manual Paper Selection. If you do not
select the copy paper size, the copy ratio is automatically set to the size of the copy paper set in the
topmost paper drawer during copying.
● You cannot copy highly transparent originals, such as transparencies, in the Auto XY Zoom mode. Use
the Reduction, Enlargement or Zoom modes.
MEMO
●If the copy ratio is smaller than 25% in the Auto XY Zoom mode, it will automatically be set to 25%. If it is
larger than 800%, it is set to 800%.
●If an error occurs between the Auto XY Zoom copy ratio and the actual copy size, you can adjust this with
the Zoom Fine Adjustment function. (See "Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and
Copy Image Occur," on p.4-28.)
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Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
1
Place your originals and press the [ZOOM] key.
Basic Copying
2
Press the [XY ZOOM] key.
Press the [X] and [Y] keys and enter the values
for X and Y with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) or
the [+] and [–] keys. Then press the [OK] key.
When setting an automatic XY copy ratio , press the
[AUTO XY ZOOM] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the
selected copy ratio is displayed.
MEMO
●Even if you entered the copy ratio with the
Number keys ( 0 - 9 ), you can directly change
(increase/decrease) the entered values with the
[–] [+] keys in the touch panel display.
●If you make a mistake when entering values,
press the C key, and enter the correct value.
Clear
4
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
NOTICE
● When XY zoom is selected, the selected
copy ratios for “X” and “Y” are displayed on
the Basic Features screen.
MEMO
● To return the copy ratio to 100%, press the [DIR.]
key.
● To cancel the settings, press the [ZOOM],
[XY ZOOM], and [C] keys in that order.
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing
key. (The machine returns to the
the
Standard mode.)
Reset
2–17
Enlarging/Reducing Originals at Copy Ratios Set Independently for X and Y Axes (XY ZOOM)
3
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Making Copies Separated onto Multi-pages Match to an
Enlarged Copy Size (MULTI-PG ENLARGE)
Basic Copying
If you set the Multi-page Enlarge mode, you can make copies of images of originals on several sheets of
paper matched to the enlarged copy size.
If you paste together the copy sheets output in this mode, you can make copies larger than 11” × 17”,
the maximum size paper for this machine. There are two ways to use this feature.
■ Specifying the Copy Ratio by % (COPY RATIO(S)) (See p. 2-20.)
Specify the copy ratio up to 800%. The number of output pages is automatically set.
■ Specifying the Copy Ratio by Number of Output Pages (See p. 2-22.)
Specify the copy paper size and number of output pages. The copy ratio is automatically set.
Making Copies Separated onto Multi-pages Match to an Enlarged Copy Size (MULTI-PG ENLARGE)
Copies
Copies assemblées
NOTICE
● Copies output in the Multi-page Enlarge mode are output so that adjacent images are overlapping. When
cutting and pasting these copies together, overlap and paste duplicated image areas.
● Only the following standard-size originals can be copied in the Multi-page Enlarge mode:
11”x17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR
● Only one copy can be made in the Multi-page Enlarge mode.
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Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Copy Ratio Specification and Required Paper Sizes and Quantities
When making an enlarged copy with a specified copy ratio, the size of the copy paper and the number
of sheets required for the resulting copy depend on the copy ratio that was specified. The following table
shows typical copy ratios and the size and number of sheets of copy paper required. Use this table as a
guide when determining the desired copy ratio.
Number of pages
Total size
11"× 17"
8-1/2"× 11"(LTR)
8-1/2"× 11"(LTRR)
11"× 17"
8-1/2"× 11"(LTR)
8-1/2"× 11"(LTRR)
11"× 17"
8-1/2"× 11"(LTR)
8-1/2"× 11"(LTRR)
9
15
12
16
28
25
25
45
42
22"✕34"
22"✕34"
22"✕34"
33"✕51"
33"✕51"
33"✕51"
44"✕68"
44"✕68"
44"✕68"
Horizontale
placement
Vertical
placement
Far side
Near side
(closer to the
control panel)
NOTICE
●The values shown in the above table are only meant as a guide.
The actual values may be slightly different.
●The resulting size after the printed copies have been cut and
pasted together will be slightly smaller than the size indicated in
the above table.
●For originals as large as 11”x17”-size, the copy ratio can be set
freely from 25% to 800%.
MEMO
● Horizontal placement and vertical placement are shown on the left.
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Copy Ratio Specification and Required Paper Sizes and Quantities
Selected paper size
200%
200%
200%
300%
300%
300%
400%
400%
400%
Basic Copying
Copy ratio
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Specifying the Copy Ratio by % (COPY RATIO (S))
1
Place your original and press the [ZOOM] key.
Basic Copying
Specifying the Copy Ratio by % (COPY RATIO (S)
2
Press the [MULTI-PG ENLARGE] key.
3
Press the [COPY RATIO(S)] key, then press
the [OK] key.
4
2–20
To set the XY copy ratio to the same
copy ratio, press the [ZOOM] key. To
set the XY copy ratio to different copy
ratios, press the [XY ZOOM] key.
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
5
Use the numeric keypad (
press the [OK] key.
0
to
9
) or the [+] and [–] keys to set the ratio and then
When XY ZOOM is selected, press [X] and [Y] and set each ratio separately, then press the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the selected copy ratio is displayed.
Clear
(XY ZOOM)
6
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● To return the copy ratio to 100%, press [DIR.].
● To cancel the settings, press the [ZOOM], [MULTIPG ENLARGE], and [C] keys in that order.
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset
2–21
Specifying the Copy Ratio by % (COPY RATIO (S))
(ZOOM)
Basic Copying
MEMO
● If you make a mistake when entering values, press the C key, and enter the values again.
● If you enter the copy ratio with the Number keys, you can directly change (increase/decrease) the entered
values with the [–] [+] keys on the touch panel display.
● The number of copy sheets an original is copied onto is determined by the copy ratio and selected copy
paper size.
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
Specifying the Copy Ratio by Number of Output Pages
1
Place your original and press the [ZOOM] key.
Basic Copying
Specifying the Copy Ratio by Number of Output Pages (NUMBER OF OUTPUT PGS)
2
Press the [MULTI-PG ENLARGE] key.
3
Press the [NUMBER OF OUTPUT PGS]
key, then press the [OK] key.
4
2–22
Press the [PAPER SELECT] key.
Changing the Copy Ratio (Enlarging/Reducing Originals)
5
Select the desired copy paper size.
Basic Copying
6
After select the number of sheets, press the
[OK] key.
When [XY ZOOM] is selected, a different copy ratio is automatically set for the X and Y directions.
MEMO
● Copy ratio is determined by the size of paper and
number of outputs selected.
7
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● To return the copy ratio to 100%, press [DIR.].
● To cancel the settings, press the [ZOOM], [MULTIPG ENLARGE], and [C] keys in that order.
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset
2–23
Specifying the Copy Ratio by Number of Output Pages (NUMBER OF OUTPUT PGS)
The display returns to the Basic Features screen, and the
automatic copy ratio is displayed.
Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality
(COPY EXPOSURE)
Adjusting Copy Exposure
Manually adjust the copy exposure to the most appropriate level for the original.
▼
Place your originals and press the [ ] or [ ] key.
▼
Basic Copying
1
▼
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
Changing the Exposure During Copying
The exposure can also be changed while a copy is being produced.
1
Start
Place your originals and press the
key.
Copying starts and the exposure adjustment screen is displayed.
MEMO
●The copy exposure adjustment screen is displayed when the following modes are selected.
When making two or more copies
ENTIRE IMAGE
SHIFT
OVERLAY
MARGIN
BOOKLET
Press the [ ] or [ ] key
▼
2
• IMAGE COMB.
• IMAGE SEPARATION (when the copy quantity is one, only
possible when rotating output.)
• 2 2-SIDED
• 1 2-SIDED
▼
•
•
•
•
•
•
▼ ▼
Copy exposure is changed.
After copying is finished, the display returns to the Basic Features
screen.
▼
MEMO
●Move the indicator above the [ ] [A] [ ] keys to the left
to make the exposure lighter or to the right to make the
exposure darker.
●The copy exposure adjustment screen is also displayed
when the Automatic Exposure Control is active (i.e. the
[A] key is highlighted).
●Adjusting exposure after copying has started will
produce a different result to adjusting exposure before
copying the original.
2–24
▼
Adjusting Copy Exposure
Changing the Exposure During Copying
2
▼
▼
▼
MEMO
●Move the indicator above the [ ] [A] [ ] keys to the left to
make the exposure lighter or to the right to make the
exposure darker.
●If you press the [ ] or [ ] keys while Automatic Exposure
Control is active (i.e. the [A] key is highlighted), the [A] key
returns to normal and Manual Exposure Control become
active.
Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (COPY EXPOSURE)
Selecting Image Quality
You can adjust image quality to the level best suited to the quality of text or photo originals. The
following three modes are available for adjusting image quality.
TEXT
PHOTO
TEXT/PHOTO
Basic Copying
This mode is best suited for making
copies from originals containing both
text and photos, or photo originals
containing half-tones (i.e. printed
photos) (Equivalent to 1200 dpi).
This mode is best suited for making
copies from photos printed on photographic paper (Equivalent to 600 dpi).
When the Photo mode in the custom copy
setting is set to [ON], [PHOTO] is
displayed.(See "Photo Mode," on p. 4-33.)
NOTICE
● If you make copies of an original containing half-tones such as a printed photograph using the Photo
mode, moiré may occur. If this happens, you can soften this moiré effect by using the Sharpness mode.
(See "Making Sharp Contrast Copies," on p. 3-28.)
● Combinations of these three modes cannot be set. If you select one of these modes, the previously set
mode is cancelled.
MEMO
●When you have selected the Text, Text/Photo or Photo mode, the copy exposure can be adjusted only by
Manual Exposure Control. Automatic Exposure Control [A] cannot be selected.
●If the original is a transparency, select the Text, Text/Photo or Photo mode to adjust the image quality to
the most appropriate level.
Place your original on the machine and press the
[
] (TEXT), or [
] (TEXT/PHOTO) key.
Press the [ ] or [ ] key to adjust the copy exposure.
▼
2
▼
1
▼
3
▼
▼
▼
MEMO
● Move the indicator above the [ ] [A] [ ] keys to the
left to make the exposure lighter or to the right to
make the exposure darker.
● If you press the [ ] [A] [ ] keys while Automatic
Exposure Control is active (i.e. the [A] key is highlighted), the [A] key returns to normal and Manual
Exposure Control become active.
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
●You can cancel the mode by pressing the
Reset
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
2–25
Selecting Image Quality
This mode is best suited for
making copies from text originals
(Equivalent to 1200 dpi).
You can make a fine copy even if
text original is thin like written by a
pencil.
Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (COPY EXPOSURE)
Automatic Adjustment of Exposure and Image Quality (A)
1
Place your originals and press the [A] key.
Basic Copying
The copy exposure is automatically adjusted to the level best suited to
the quality of the original.
MEMO
● If the original is a transparency, you may not be able to use
Automatic Exposure Control. If so, adjust the copy exposure
using Manual Exposure Control.
Automatic Adjustment of Exposure and Image Quality (A)
2
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● You can cancel the mode by pressing the
machine returns to the Standard mode.)
2–26
Reset
key. (The
Entering the Copy Quantity
Specifying the Required Number of Copies
MEMO
●Up to 999 copies can be set. The maximum number of copies can also be changed. (For details, contact
your service representative.)
1
GHI
Guide
4
PRS
Additional Functions
3
C
MNO
5
6
S
8
Press the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) to enter the
desired copy quantity (1 to 999).
NOTICE
●After copying begins, you cannot change the copy quantity.
WXY
TUV
7
1
Clear
DEF
2
JKL
Basic Copying
ABC
Reset
9
ID
0
MEMO
●The maximum copy quantity varies according to the copy job
settings.
●The copy quantity appears in the right side of the touch
panel display.
Copy quantity
Changing the Copy Quantity
data
PRINT•I/F
ABC
Error
ON/OFF
4
3
Energy Saver
C
5
6
Clear
Press the C key to clear the entered number.
Then press the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ) to enter the
copy quantity again.
NOTICE
●After copying begins, you cannot change the copy quantity.
MNO
Start
WXY
TUV
7
Clear
DEF
2
JKL
1
8
9
MEMO
●The copy quantity appears in the right side of the touch
panel display.
Copy quantity
2–27
Specifying the Required Number of Copies
Changing the Copy Quantity
OPER
Interrupt
Using the Memory for Copying
For certain copy functions, the image is first scanned into memory and then used for copying.
Making a Copy while the Machine is Warming Up (AUTO START)
While the machine is warming up, an original can be scanned. The message “Ready to scan” is
displayed.
Basic Copying
MEMO
●Depending on the memory size of the machine, number of originals (LTR size Océ standard chart no.1)
scanned, differs as follows.
memory size
number of originals
32MB
150 originals
64MB
360 originals
96MB
650 originals
Making a Copy while the Machine is Warming Up (AUTO START)
1
Place your originals and select the desired copy mode.
MEMO
●When wishing to copy several originals and a special copy mode is not required, use the feeder.
●If no copy mode selection has been made, only one original can be scanned from the platen glass.
2
Start
Press the
key.
The message “Scanning ...” appears on the display.
When an original has been placed on the platen glass, a display
such as shown at left appears on the touch panel display,
depending on the copy mode.
key again.
To scan the next original, press the
When scanning is completed, press the [DONE] key.
Start
3
After the machine has finished warming up, copying starts.
MEMO
● If warmup ends while scanning is still in progress, copying starts at that point.
● During scanning, the image quality setting can be changed.
● Adjusting exposure during scanning will produce a different result from adjusting exposure
after copying has started.
● To cancel copying, press the [CANCEL] key on the touch-panel display or press the
key on the control panel.
Stop
2–28
Using the Memory for Copying
Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass
If two-sided copying of an original on the platen glass is selected, the original is first scanned into
memory and then copied.
1
Basic Copying
MEMO
●Depending on the memory size of the machine, number of originals (LTR size Océ standard chart no.1)
scanned, differs as follows.
memory size
number of originals
32MB
150 originals
64MB
360 originals
96MB
650 originals
Place your original on the platen glass.
Start
Set the copy mode and press the
key.
Original scanning starts. To copy several originals, place the next
original and press the
key again.
Start
MEMO
● During scanning, the image quality setting can be
changed.
● Adjusting exposure during scanning produces a
different result from adjusting exposure after copying
has started.
● To stop the process, press the [CANCEL] key on the
touch-panel or press the
key on the control panel.
Stop
3
Press the [DONE] key.
The display reverts to the Basic Features screen and
copying starts.
NOTICE
●Originals of differing sizes cannot be scanned in
continuously.
MEMO
●During copying, the copy exposure can be
changed. (See “Changing the Exposure During
Copying,” on p. 2-24.)
●Adjusting the exposure after scanning the original
before and copying, will produce a different result
to adjusting the exposure during direct copying
(no scanning).
2–29
Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass
2
Using the Memory for Copying
If Memory Becomes Full During Copying
If the memory becomes full during scanning of originals, the following messages appear on the touchpanel display.
Basic Copying
MEMO
●Depending on the memory size of the machine, number of originals (LTR size Océ standard chart no.1)
scanned, differs as follows.
memory size
number of originals
32MB
150 originals
64MB
360 originals
96MB
650 originals
If Memory Becomes Full During Copying
If the message asking whether to print the original pages
scanned into memory appears, select [YES] or [NO] as
appropriate.
● [YES] : Pages in memory are printed, and remaining originals are then
scanned.
● [NO] : Pages in memory are not printed.
When processing is completed, the display returns to the Basic Features
screen.
If the screen displayed on the left appears, press [OK]
to return to the Basic Features screen. Divide the
number of originals to be copied into several smaller
batches, and restart the copy process.
Alternatively, you can install the optional expansion
memory which will enable the machine to scan more
original pages into memory. Please contact your service
representative for details.
2–30
Interrupting the Current Copy Job to
Make Priority Copies (INTERRUPT MODE)
The Interrupt mode enables you to stop the current copy job long enough to make other priority
copies. This mode comes in useful when making a rush copy during a continuous copy job.
GHI
Additional Functions
PRS
5
6
WXY
TUV
7
Interrupt
MNO
JKL
4
8
9
1
Press the
Interrupt
key.
When the machine is ready for the Interrupt copy job, the
flashing and remains constantly lit.
Interrupt
key stops
OPER
0
MEMO
●If a department ID was being used to run the current copy job, the screen for entering the
department ID and password appears. (See "Entering the Dept. ID and Password," on p. 8-3.)
●When managing copying using the control card, the control card must be replaced before using
the Interrupt mode. (See "Inserting the Control Card," on p. 8-2.)
●If a paper jam message or out of paper message appears on the display after pressing the
key, follow
the instructions in the message to take the appropriate action and then press the
key again.
Interrupt
Interrupt
2
Place the priority copy original on the platen
glass and lower the feeder or platen cover.
NOTICE
● If the interrupted copy job was being run using the
platen glass, temporarily remove the original from the
platen glass.
● If the interrupted copy job was being run using the
feeder, slowly lift the feeder so that none of the
originals fall out of the original supply tray.
3
Select the desired copy mode.
2–31
Interrupting the Current Copy job Using the Platen Glass
Guide
Basic Copying
MEMO
●When using the lnterrupt mode, place your originals on the platen glass. Originals cannot be scanned from
the feeder.
●There are four modes which can be set in the Interrupt mode:
• Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Sizes (except 25%) (See p. 2-8.)
• Selecting the Copy Paper Size (See p. 2-2.)
• Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (See p. 2-24.)
• Entering the Copy Quantity (See p. 2-27.)
●Auto Clear is not carried out while the Interrupt mode is set.
●Up to 999 copies can be made in the Interrupt mode.
Interrupting the Current Copy Job to Make Priority Copies
3
C
O
Stop
6
4
Start
Press the
key.
Start
MEMO
●If the Finisher is installed,
the copy is delivered to the
interrupt tray.
Y
9
Basic Copying
ID
5
Interrupting the Current job Copy by Using the Platen Glass
When you finish copying, the touch panel
display changes as shown on the left.
MEMO
●If you want to copy another original, press the [YES]
key, place the new original, set the copy mode, and
key.
press the
Start
● Continue interrupt copy
● End interrupt copy
NOTICE
● Copies cannot be made in the regular mode unless
the Interrupt mode is cancelled.
● The Interrupt mode will not be cancelled even by
pressing the
key.
Reset
6
Remove the priority copy original from the platen
glass and then close the feeder or platen cover.
MEMO
●When the feeder was used, re-sort the originals
so that the first page is on top, and then replace
them in the original tray.
●When all originals on the feeder have already
been scanned, there is no need to return the
originals to the tray.
7
Start
Press the
key.
The machine resumes the interrupted copy job.
2–32
Two-Sided Copying
NOTICE
●Non-standard paper sizes cannot be used to make two-sided copies.
●Two-sided modes cannot be used with the Overlay, Two-page Separation, Image Combination, Image
Separation, Multi-page Enlarge, Transparency Interleaving and Booklet modes.
Basic Copying
MEMO
● The Two-sided mode that you have set is displayed above the [TWO-SIDED] key in the Basic Features
screen.
● Copy paper used to make two-sided copies must conform to the following specifications.
• Paper size
: 11”x17” to STMT (STMTR-size and paper less than 182 mm wide cannot be used.)
• Paper weight : 17-lb bond (64 g/m2) to 20-lb bond (80 g/m2)
Making Two-sided Copies from One-sided Originals (1 → 2-SIDED)
This feature enables you to make two-sided copies from one-sided originals.
Copy
NOTICE
● Be certain to place the original horizontally when making copies from LTRR, STMTR and other horizontal
sizes. If these originals are placed vertically, the back of the copy will be printed upside down.
MEMO
●If there are an odd number of originals, the back of the last page is left blank. (The machine's counter
does not count the blank page as a copy.)
2–33
Making Two-sided Copies from One-sided Originals (1 → 2-SIDED)
Originals
Two-Sided Copying
1
Place your originals and press the [TWO-SIDED] key.
Press the [1
[OK] key.
▼
Basic Copying
2
2-SIDED] key, then press the
Making Two-sided Copies from One-sided Originals (1 → 2-SIDED)
▼
The display returns to the Basic
Features screen, and "1
2" is
displayed above the [TWOSIDED] key.
3
Proceed to make copies in the usual
way.
MEMO
●When the original is placed on the platen glass,
follow the instructions that appear on the screen
and press the
key once for each original.
(See “Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass,”
on p. 2-29.)
●To cancel the settings, press the [TWO-SIDED]
and [C] keys in that order.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard
mode.)
Start
Reset
2–34
Two-Sided Copying
Making Two-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 → 2-SIDED)
This feature automatically turns over two-sided originals placed in the feeder to make two-sided copies.
NOTICE
● If the feeder is not installed, this function can not be used.
Basic Copying
Original
Copy
Place your originals in the feeder and press the
[TWO-SIDED] key.
Press the [2
key.
2-SIDED] key, then press the [OK]
▼
2
▼
The display returns to the Basic
2" is
Features screen, and "2
displayed above the [TWO-SIDED]
key.
3
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● To cancel the settings, press the [TWO-SIDED] and [C] keys in that order.
key. (The machine returns to the
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
Standard mode.)
Reset
2–35
Making Two-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 → 2-SIDED)
1
Two-Sided Copying
Making One-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 → 1-SIDED)
This feature automatically turns over two-sided originals placed in the feeder to make one-sided copies.
NOTICE
● If the feeder is not installed, this function can not be used.
Basic Copying
Original
Copy
Making One-sided Copies from Two-sided Originals (2 → 1-SIDED)
NOTICE
● Be certain to place the original horizontally when making copies from LTRR, STMTR and other horizontal
sizes. If these originals are placed vertically, the back of the copy will be printed upside down.
Place your originals in the feeder and press the
[TWO-SIDED] key.
2
Press the [2
key.
1-SIDED] key, then press the [OK]
▼
1
▼
The display returns to the Basic
1" is
Features screen, and "2
displayed above the [TWO-SIDED]
key.
3
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● To cancel the settings, press the [TWO-SIDED] and [C] keys in that order.
key. (The machine returns to the
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
Standard mode.)
Reset
2–36
Two-Sided Copying
Making Two-sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book in One Step (BOOK→ 2-SIDED)
This feature enables you to make two-sided copies from facing pages in a bound original, such as a
magazine.
Original
Basic Copying
Copy
1
1
Place your original on the platen glass and press
the [TWO-SIDED] key.
MEMO
● If you want to make copies in page order, begin copying
from the last page and work your way forward.
● Place the original face down so that its top edge rests
against the back edge of the platen glass.
2
Press the [BOOK→2-SIDED] key, then press
the [OK] key.
2–37
Making Two-sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book in One Step (BOOK→ 2-SIDED)
NOTICE
● When using this feature, select LTR or STMT-size copy paper.
Two-Sided Copying
The display returns to the Basic Features screen
and “BOOK
2 ” is displayed above the [TWOSIDED] key.
▼
3
Basic Copying
4
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
For the next two facing pages, place the original and press the
key again. (See "Memory Copy of Original on Platen Glass,"
on p. 2-29.)
Start
Making Two-sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book in One Step (BOOK→ 2-SIDED)
MEMO
●To cancel the setting, press the [TWO-SIDED] and [C]
keys in that order.
key.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
(The machine returns to the standard mode.)
Reset
2–38
Collating Copies (FINISHER)
When [FINISHER] is selected, copied papers can be collated into copy sets or groups of
the same page and output.
NOTICE
● If the feeder is not installed, this function can not be used.
Originals
Copy set 2
Copy set 1
Three sets
of copies
specified
Copy set 3
Originals
Three sets
of copies
specified
Grouped copies
of page 2
Grouped copies
of page 1
1
1
2
Grouped copies
of page 3
2
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
3
Grouped copies
of page 4
3
4
4
■ When "Staple" is set:
Copies are automatically collated into sets arranged in page order, output onto the
trays as shown below, and then automatically stapled.
Only possible with Finisher C1, Saddle Finisher C2 or Finisher E1
Originals
Copy set 1
Three sets
of copies
specified
1
Copy set 2
4
2
4
Copy set 3
4
3
4
■ When none of the above (Collate, Group or Staple) are set:
All copies are output into the top tray as follows.
Originals
Copies
4
1
2
3
3
4
2
1
■ When “Rotate” is specified
When the same size of copy papers are placed both vertically and horizontally, the copies
are collated into sets in page order, and output one set at a time in alternating directions.
NOTICE
● Only sizes LTR, STMT can be selected.
● When Staple is selected, Memory Collating (Rotate) cannot be performed.
2–39
Collating Copies (FINISHER)
■ When "Group" is set:
All copies of the same original page are automatically collated and grouped together,
and output onto the trays as follows.
Basic Copying
■ When "Collate" is set:
Copies are automatically collated into sets arranged in page order, and output onto the
trays as follows.
Collating Copies (FINISHER)
1
Place your originals in the feeder and press the
[FINISHER] key.
Basic Copying
2
Press the desired collate feature, and press the
[OK] key.
Collating Copies (FINISHER)
MEMO
●[STAPLE] is only displayed when the optional FinisherC1, Saddle Finisher-C2 or Finisher-E1 is installed.
■ When [STAPLE] is selected, select the stapling
position and press the [OK] key.
NOTICE
●Double-stapling cannot be performed when the
Finisher-E1 is installed.
●STMT, STMTR paper cannot be corner-stapled.
●LTRR, STMT, STMTR paper cannot be double-stapled.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen and the
selected setting is displayed above [FINISHER].
3
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● To cancel the settings, press the [FINISHER] and
[C] keys in that order.
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard
mode.)
Reset
2–40
Useful Copy Functions
3–1
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a
Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets
in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION)
This feature enables you to copy facing pages in a book or magazine on separate sheets
of copy paper in one step.
Original
Copy
Useful Copy Functions
1
1
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION)
NOTICE
● In the Two-Page Separation mode, combined use of the Overlay, Transparency Interleaving, Image
Combination, Image Separation, Two-sided, Booklet and Multi-Page Enlargement modes cannot be set.
1
Place your original on the platen glass and press
the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.
MEMO
●If you want to make copies in page order, begin copying
from the first pages and work your way forward.
●Place the original face down so that the original’s top edge
is against the top edge of the platen glass.
2
3–2
Press the [TWO-PAGE SEPARATION] key.
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step
3
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
Useful Copy Functions
4
MEMO
●To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [TWO-PAGE SEPARATION], and [C]
keys in that order.
key. (The machine returns to the Standard
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
mode.)
Reset
Making Copies of Facing Pages in a Book onto Two Separate Copy Sheets in One Step (TWO-PAGE SEPARATION)
3–3
Making Copies with Sheets of Paper
Interleaved between Transparencies
(TRANSP. INTERLVING)
Use this mode when copying onto transparencies fed from the stack bypass. The machine
automatically interleaves a sheet of copy paper between each transparency. The interleaf
sheets protect the copied surface of the transparencies. They can also either be printed
with the same images as the transparencies or left blank.
Useful Copy Functions
■ Blank interleaf sheets selected in the Transparency Interleaving mode.
Originals
Copy
REPORT
REPORT
Transparency
Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING)
Blank interleaf
sheets
■ Printed interleaf sheets selected in the Transparency Interleaving mode.
Originals
Copy
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
Transparency
Printed interleaf
sheets
NOTICE
● You cannot make more than one set of copies at a time in the Transparency Interleaving mode.
● In the Transparency Interleaving mode, combined use of the Multi-page Enlargement, Two-page Separation,
Image Combination, Image Separation, Overlay, Two-sided, Booklet and Finisher modes cannot be set.
MEMO
●When copying interleaf sheets, those sheets are included in the count of the total number of copies.
3–4
Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies
1
Place your originals and press the [SPECIAL
FEATURES] key.
Useful Copy Functions
2
Press the [TRANSP. INTERLVING] key.
Place the transparencies in the stack
bypass.
NOTICE
● Adjust the slide guides in the stack bypass to fit
the size of the transparencies.
MEMO
● You can place a stack of transparencies of up to
1/4" in height in the stack bypass.
4
Select the size of the transparencies,
then press the [OK] key.
NOTICE
●If the message shown on the left appears
in the touch panel display, adjust the slide
guides and select the size of the transparencies again.
●In the Transparency Interleaving mode, the
transparencies are fed from the stack
bypass and the copy paper is fed from the
paper drawer.
3–5
Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING)
3
Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies
5
Select whether or not to copy the image onto the
interleaf sheet and then press the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Special Features screen.
Useful Copy Functions
MEMO
●When copying interleaf sheets, those sheets are counted in
the total number of copies.
6
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
Making Copies with Sheets of Paper Interleaved between Transparencies (TRANSP. INTERLVING)
7
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
●The copies are output with the copied side facing
down, with the transparency first, followed by the
interleaf sheet.
●To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL
FEATURES], [TRANSP. INTERLVING], and [C]
keys in that order.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset
3–6
Superimposing Two Original Images
on a Single Copy Sheet (OVERLAY)
■ SHEET OVERLAY (See p. 3-8.)
Superimposes two sheet originals onto a single sheet of copy paper.
Originals
SCENE
Useful Copy Functions
SCENE
Copy
■ BOOK OVERLAY (See p. 3-9.)
Superimposes facing pages in a bound original onto a single sheet of copy paper.
Superimposing Two Original Images on a Single Copy Sheet (OVERLAY)
Original
Copy
NOTICE
● In the Overlay mode, Combined use of the Two-sided, Two-page separation, Transparency Interleaving,
Image Combination, Image Separation, Multi-page Enlargement and Booklet modes cannot be set.
3–7
Superimposing Two Original Images on a Single Copy Sheet
Superimposing Two Originals (SHEET OVERLAY)
This feature enables you to superimpose the images from two sheet originals onto a single sheet of
copy paper.
Useful Copy Functions
1
Place your original and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.
Superimposing Two Originals (SHEET OVERLAY)
2
Press the [OVERLAY] key.
3
Press the [SHEET OVERLAY] key, then
press the [OK] key.
The display returns to Special Features screen.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
5
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
●When the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the screen and
key once for each original. When scanning is completed, press [DONE].(See “Memory
press the
Copy of Original on Platen Glass,” on p. 2-29.)
●To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [OVERLAY], and [C] keys in that order.
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
Start
Reset
3–8
Superimposing Two Original Images on a Single Copy Sheet
Superimposing Facing Pages in a Book (BOOK OVERLAY)
This feature enables you to superimpose the images from facing pages in a book or magazine onto a
single sheet of copy paper.
Place the original on the platen glass and press
[SPECIAL FEATURES].
MEMO
●Place the original face down so that the top of it is against the
top edge of the platen glass.
Superimposing Facing Pages in a Book (BOOK OVERLAY)
2
Press the [OVERLAY] key.
3
Press the [BOOK OVERLAY] key, then
press the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Special Features screen.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
5
Useful Copy Functions
1
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
Start
For the next two facing pages, place the original and press the
key again. (See “Memory Copy of Original on
Platen Glass,” on p. 2-29.)
MEMO
●To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [OVERLAY], and [C] keys in that order.
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
Reset
3–9
Feeding Different-size Originals Together
in the Feeder (DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL)
You can feed different-size of originals (e.g.11"x17" and LTR) together in one group in the
feeder, provided that the leading edge of each page is the same length.
Useful Copy Functions
NOTICE
● This feature is only available when the machine is equipped with the feeder.
● All originals placed together in the feeder must be the same weight (paper type).
● Paper sizes in which the leading edge of each page are different (e.g. 11"x17" and LTR) cannot be fed
together.
● Note that if you mix paper in the order LTRR followed by STMT, stapling will result in the copies being
stapled the wrong side up.
● You cannot use this mode together with the Multi-page Enlargement, Entire Image, Image Combination,
Image Separation or Booklet modes.
1
Place your originals in the feeder and press the
[SPECIAL FEATURES] key.
Feeding Different-size Originals Together in the Feeder (DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL)
2
Press the [DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL] key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
4
Proceed to make copies in the usual
way.
MEMO
●To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL
FEATURES] and [DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL] keys
in that order.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing
the
key. (The machine returns to the
Standard mode.)
Reset
3–10
Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET)
You can copy single-sided or two-sided originals in such a way that the copies can be
easily made into a booklet.
Originals
Saddle stitch and fold
Useful Copy Functions
Copy
1
2
3
4
7
2
8
1
1
8
5
4
6
3
6
3
5
●Possible only with
Saddle Finisher-C2
6
Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET)
7
8
1
Place your originals in the feeder and press the
[SPECIAL FEATURES] key.
2
Press the [BOOKLET] key.
3
Select original type and size and press the
[OK] key.
MEMO
● To make a copy of two-sided original with
[BOOKLET] , select the size and type of original
and press the [2-SIDED ORIGINAL] key.
3–11
Making Copies For Use as a Booklet
4
Select the paper size and press the [OK] key.
Useful Copy Functions
NOTICE
●The paper used for the cover page must be the same size
as the other pages.
●The paper used for the cover page must not be heavier than
32-lb bond (128 g/m2).
MEMO
●11"x17" and LTRR-size paper can be used.
●To add a cover page, press the [ADD COVER] key.
●Insert the paper for the cover page in the stack bypass tray.
●The cover page can only be copied on the front.
■ To copy on the cover page, select the [YES] key,
otherwise select the [NO] key, and then press the [OK]
key.
Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (BOOKLET)
The display returns to the Special Features screen.
■ When Saddle Finisher- C2 is installed
Select the saddle stitch setting and press the [OK] key.
The display reverts to the Special Features screen.
NOTICE
● The saddle stitch setting is available only when the Saddle
Finisher-C2 is installed.
MEMO
●The maximum number of sheets that can be saddle stitched
is 15.
5
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features Screen.
6
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
For the next two facing pages, place the original and press the
Copy of Original on Platen Glass," on p. 2-29.)
Start
key again.(See "Memory
MEMO
●To cancel the setting, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] , [BOOKLET] and [C] keys in
that order.
key.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
(The machine returns to the standard mode.)
Reset
3–12
Making Copies with Original Images
Shifted (SHIFT)
Makes copies with the entire image shifted to the center or a corner.
Copy with original image
shifted to the center
11”✕17”
11”×17”
Original
STMTR
Copy with original image
shifted to a corner
11”✕17”
11”×17”
Useful Copy Functions
1
2
Press the [SHIFT] key.
3
Select the shift direction by using the arrow
keys, then press the [OK] key.
The display returns to the Special Features screen.
MEMO
● The image will shift in the exactly opposite direction of
the selected arrow.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
5
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
●To cancel the settings, press the [SPECIAL FEATURES], [SHIFT], and [C] keys in that order.
●You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset
3–13
Making Copies with Original Images Shifted (SHIFT)
Place your original and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.
Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN)
This mode enables you to make copies with the entire original image shifted by a designated
width (0" to 3/4"/0 to 20 mm) to the left, right, top or bottom to create a margin on copy
sheets. Use this mode to make copies ready for placement in ring binders or folders.
Original
Left margin
selected
Right margin
selected
Top margin
selected
Bottom margin
selected
Useful Copy Functions
Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN)
NOTICE
● When the Margin mode is set, the entire original image is shifted to the left, right, top or bottom by a
selected width and copied. When copying an original image that extends to the edge of the sheet, part of
that image will be cut off.
1
Place your original and press the [SPECIAL FEATURES] key.
2
3–14
Press the [MARGIN] key.
Making Copies with Margins
3
Select the margin type and press the [OK] key.
Use [+] and [–] to set the margin for the front and back (0" to 3/4").
Then press the [OK] key.
● If you want to make the input in millimeters.
■ When the [TOP MARGIN] or [BOTTOM MARGIN] key
is selected
Use the numeric keypad or [+] and [-] to set the margin (1/16" to 3/4").
Then press the [OK] key.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
The display returns to the Basic Features screen.
5
Proceed to make copies in the usual way.
MEMO
● You can cancel settings by pressing the [SPECIAL
FEATURES], [MARGIN], and [C] keys in that order.
● You can also cancel the mode by pressing the
key. (The machine returns to the Standard mode.)
Reset
3–15
Making Copies with Margins (MARGIN)
■ When the [LEFT MARGIN] or [RIGHT MARGIN] key is
selected
Useful Copy Functions
NOTICE
●If you are using the Margin and Two-sided modes together
and copying an original that already has a margin, follow the
instructions below:
• 1 → 2 sided : Set the margin for the back only.
• 2 → 2 sided : You do not need to set the margin. Proceed to
make copies in the usual way.
• 2 → 1 sided : Set the margin for the back only.
●If you are using the Margin and Two-sided modes together
and copying an original that does not have a margin, follow
the instructions below:
• 1 → 2 sided : Set the margin for both the front and back.
• 2 → 2 sided : Set the margin for both the front and back.
• 2 → 1 sided : Set the margin.
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Setting Whether to use a Cassette when Copying Tracing Paper
(TRACING PAPER CASSETTE SETTINGS)
When the Finisher-E1 is installed, gives you choice whether or not to allow placing the tracing paper in
a cassette. When using a cassette, the special cassette selected with the
paper icon at "Special
Cassette" storing (see "Identifying the type of Paper in a Cassette Using the Touch Panel Display, on
p.4-10), is regarded as the tracing paper cassette.
NOTICE
● This setting is not required if the Finisher-E1 is not installed.
MEMO
●The initial setting is "ON".
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Setting Whether to use a Cassette when Copying Tracing Paper
(TRACING PAPER CASSETTE SETTINGS)
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the [OK]
key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
4–10
Identifying the type of Paper in a Cassette Using the Touch Panel Display.
Cassettes whose paper size dial (see “Adjusting a Paper Drawer to Hold a Different Paper Size,” on p. 5-6)
has been set to SPC 1, SPC 2, SPC 3, or SPC 4 are considered as special cassettes for which the
following settings can be made.
• Paper types can be shown as icons on the paper selection display. This is useful, for example, to easily
identify recycled paper, colour paper, etc.
• Even when the size switch on the cassette (see “Adjusting a Paper Drawer to Hold a Different Paper
Size” on p. 5-6) is set to A/B, you can use inch-sized paper. Conversely, you can use A/B size paper with
the size switch set to INCH.
The following explains how to set up and store the paper size and icons for a special cassette. Be sure
to make these settings when using a paper drawer as a special cassette.
• When the Finisher-E1 is installed, a special cassette selected with the
paper icon can be used as
the tracing paper cassette.
MEMO
●The initial settings are as follows:
• SPC 1: 8.5x11
• SPC 2: 8.5x11
• SPC 4: LTR
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [SPC 1], [SPC 2], [SPC 3] or [SPC 4]
key.
3
Select the size of the copy paper to be placed
in the Special Cassette you selected in step
2 above, then press the [OK] key.
NOTICE
●Be sure to place the same size of copy paper as
that specified on the screen. If you place a
different size of paper, the selected paper size will
not be correctly displayed in the touch panel
display. This might also cause paper jams, dirty
copies or make the inside of the machine dirty.
Tracing Paper
4
Select the icon to be displayed to the
side of the copy paper size when
selecting copy paper for copy operations, then press the [OK] key.
The screen returns to step 2.
MEMO
●Select the icons to suit your copying needs.
4–11
Identifying the type of paper in a cassette using the touch panel display.
1
• SPC 3: LTR
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
5
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
MEMO
● The icons stored here are displayed as shown on the left
when selecting copy paper for copy operations.
Settings for Stack Bypass Tray Paper Size Selection
You can control the timing at which the paper size selection screen is displayed when using the stack
bypass tray.
Settings for Stack Bypass Tray Paper Size Selection
NOTICE
● If the setting in "STACK BYPASS SIZE ENTRY" is set to "ON", the stack bypass setting in "DRAWER
ELIGIBILITY FOR APS/ADS" becomes "OFF". Alternately, if the stack bypass setting in "DRAWER ELIGIBILITY FOR APS/ADS" is set to "ON", the setting in "STACK BYPASS SIZE ENTRY" becomes "OFF".
MEMO
●The initial setting is "OFF."
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the
[OK] key.
●[ON] : The Size Entry screen appears when copy stock is
placed in the stack bypass.
●[OFF] : The Size Entry screen appears when the stack bypass
size must be selected.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
4–12
Setting up Dedicated Trays for Copy, Fax and Printer
You can assign the exit trays of the optional Finisher-C1 and Saddle Finisher-C2 to be used for either
the copy, fax or printer function.
NOTICE
● This setting is not required when the Finisher-C1 and the Saddle Finisher-C2 are not installed.
MEMO
●The factory default settings are as follows.
• Tray A: Copy • Tray B: Fax • Tray C: Not assigned
●It is possible to assign a single tray to both functions.
●It is not possible to set the copy output only to tray C.
●We recommend attaching the supplied labels to the trays for identifying their respective use. Blank labels
are also provided which you can fill out yourself. Because this machine does not incorporate printer
functions, the “Printer” labels are not used.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Key
2
Select the function for tray A, B, and C, then
press the [OK] key.
● Can be selected only on models equipped with the FAX
function.
● Can be selected only on models equipped with the PRINTER
function.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Setting the Printing Priority
You can set the printing priority for the various functions of the machine. For example, the machine can
be set to output copies taking precedence over printing of documents that are being received by FAX.
MEMO
●The initial settings are as follows.
• Copy: 1
• Fax: 2
• PRINT: 3 (1, 2 and 3 indicate priority sequence)
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
4–13
Setting up Dedicated Trays for Copy, Fax and Printer
Setting the Printing Priority
Additional Functions
1
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
2
Select the printing priority, then press the [OK] key.
Setting [1] sets the highest printing priority.
● [FAX]
:This can be set only when the machine supports FAX functions.
● [PRINT] :This can be set only when the machine supports PRINTER functions.
MEMO
● When the same printing priority has been set for both
functions, printing is started from whichever of the
functions starts the earliest.
When your machine is equipped with the Finisher-C1 and
the Saddle Finisher-C2, you can print out both simultaneously.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Shift Stacking
Shift Stacking
If the machine is equipped with a finisher or paper output accessory (Finisher-C1, Saddle Finisher-C2 or
Finisher-E1), you can set whether or not the sets of output paper are shifted into alternate stacks as they
are being output.
MEMO
● The initial setting is “ON”.
● The Multi-Output Tray-D1 is not commercially available in North America.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the
[OK] key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
4–14
Changing the Energy Saver Mode Setting
You can change the setting for the Energy Saver mode.
MEMO
● The initial setting is “–10%”.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select [–10%], [–25%], [–40%] or [RETURN DIRECTLY TO STANDARD MODE], and then press
the [OK] key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Setting Inch Input
When this setting is [ON], keys for inputting values in inches will be displayed on the numeric input screen.
MEMO
●The initial setting is “ON”.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the
[OK] key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
4–15
Changing the Energy Saver Mode Setting
Setting Inch Input
MEMO
●The approximate energy savings figures for each mode and
the approximate delay times from power ON to ready to
copy are listed below.
• –10% mode
: 19% less power (19 seconds)*
• –25% mode
: 30% less power (30 seconds)*
• –40% mode
: 43% less power (43 seconds)*
• Return Directly to Standard mode
: 2% less power (0 seconds)*
* The figures in parenthesis ( ) show the approximate time it
takes for the machine to return to the ready to copy state.
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Setting or Changing the System Settings Password
This sets the password for the system administrator. If the system settings password is set, restrictions
can be placed on storing or changing the following items.
■Common Setting Restrictions
MEMO
● In the factory default condition, no system settings
password is set.
● For details on custom FAX settings, see chapter 6
in the Facsimile Manual.
• Restrict Use of FAX with Control Card
• Dept. ID Management
■ Custom FAX Setting Restrictions
• System Settings
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
If making the setting for the first time, proceed to step 3.
2
Setting or Changing the System Settings Password
Restricting Use of the Fax Function
To change the system settings password, first
enter the existing system settings password
and then press the [OK] key.
3
Enter a four-digit number as the new system settings password and then press the
[OK] key.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears
again.
Restricting Use of the Fax Function
The system can be set up so that the fax function cannot be used unless the optional control card is
inserted.
NOTICE
●This setting is not necessary if the control card option is not installed.
MEMO
●The initial setting is “OFF”.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
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Key
2
Enter the System settings password, then
press the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password stored under Set System Settings
Password. (See “Setting or Changing the System
Settings Password,” on p. 4-16.)
● This step is not required if the system settings password
is not stored.
3
Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press
the [OK] key.
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
●Fax function cannot be used without control card.
●Fax function can be used without control card.
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears
again.
Setting the Initial Screen for the Printer Functions
Set whether to display the Mail Box selection screen, or the printer function interface screen, when you
key.
press the
PRINT•I/F
NOTICE
●This setting is not necessary if the printer functions are not installed.
●This setting is not necessary if the optional expansion memory (32 MB, 64 MB) is not installed with the
Océ 3133/3140, even if the printer functions are installed.
MEMO
●The initial setting is “MAIL BOX”.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [MAIL BOX] or [OTHER] key, then
press the [OK] key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
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Setting the Initial Screen for the Printer Functions
4
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Setting the Dept. ID for Managing the Number of Prints by Department
(DEPT. ID MANAGEMENT)
By storing a four-digit Dept. ID and the password for each department, you can set the
machine so that it’s copy and FAX functions can be used only when the correct password has been input. This is called "Dept. ID Management". Dept. IDs and password
for up to 300 departments can be stored. This function allows you to check the copy
totals for each department for management purposes. With Dept. ID Management, the
following operations can be carried out:
• Setting whether or not to set Dept. ID Management
• Storing the Dept. ID and the password
MEMO
●The initial setting is "OFF."
Storing the Dept. ID and Password (STORE DEPT. ID/PASSWORD)
Storing the Dept. ID and Password (STORE DEPT. ID/PASSWORD)
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Enter the system settings password, then press
the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password stored under Set System Settings
Password. (See “Setting or Changing the System
Settings Password,” on p. 4-16.)
● This step is not required if the system settings
password is not stored.
3
Select whether to use the department ID
management function.
■ When [NO] is selected
Press the [OK] key and proceed to step 6.
■ When [ON] is selected
To set the department ID and password, press
[STORE DEPT. ID/ PASSWORD] and proceed to
step 4.
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4
Press the [▼] and [▲] keys to display the department to which the Dept. ID is to be stored, and
touch that position. Then enter the Dept. ID using
the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
MEMO
●Up to 300 departments can be input, each identified by a
four-digit number.
5
If a password is needed, touch the position
corresponding to the dept. and enter the password with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
MEMO
●If you do not store a password, both the copy and FAX
function can be used by just entering the Dept. ID.
Press the [OK] key.
Press the
[OK] key.
7
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears
again.
MEMO
●When Dept. ID Management is set, the
display below (Dept. ID/Password entry
screen) appears in the touch panel display
when you turn the power ON.
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Storing the Dept. ID and Password (STORE DEPT. ID/PASSWORD)
6
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Deleting the Dept. ID and Password
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Enter the system settings password, then press
the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password stored under Set System Settings
Password. (See “Setting or Changing the System
Settings Password,” on p. 4-16.)
● This step is not required if the system settings
password is not stored.
Deleting the Dept. ID and Password
3
Press the [ON] key, and then the [STORE
DEPT. ID/PASSWORD] key.
4
Use the [▼] and [▲] keys to display the
department ID/password you want to
delete. Then touch the department ID
or password and press the C key.
Clear
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5
Press the [OK] key.
Press the [OK] key.
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Checking and Printing Copy Totals (COPY TOTALS)
This allows you to display a count of or print out a list of the number of copies made so far for each
department.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Enter the system settings password, then press
the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password stored under Set System Settings
Password. (See “Setting or Changing the System
Settings Password,” on p. 4-16.)
● This step is not required if the system settings
password is not stored.
3
Select the [ON] key, then press the [COPY
TOTALS] key.
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Checking and Printing Copy Totals (COPY TOTALS)
6
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
4
Check or print the copy totals.
■ To check copy totals:
Press the [▼] or [▲] keys to display the desired department. After
checking the copy totals, press the [OK] key.
■ To print the displayed list:
Press the [PRINT LIST] key.
A screen such as shown below appears.
To stop printing, press the [CANCEL] key. When printing is completed, press the [OK] key.
Checking and printing Copy Totals (COPY TOTALS)
5
Press the [OK] key.
6
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears
again.
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Deleting Copy Totals
The following instructions describe how to delete the copy totals made so far for all departments.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Enter the system settings password, then press
the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password stored under Set System Settings
Password. (See “Setting or Charging the System
Settings Password,” on p. 4-16.)
● This step is not required if the system settings
password is not stored.
Select the [ON] key, then press the [COPY
TOTALS] key.
4
Press the [CLEAR ALL TOTALS] key.
5
Select the [YES] key.
The message "Initialized." is displayed in the touch panel display
for about two seconds.
MEMO
● To cancel the deletion process, select
the [NO] key.
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Deleting Copy Totals
3
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing
6
Press the [OK] key.
Press the [OK] key.
7
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Returning the Custom Common Settings to Their Defaults
Returning the Custom Common Settings to Their Defaults (INITIALIZE CUSTOM COMMON SETTINGS)
(INITIALIZE CUSTOM COMMON SETTINGS)
This function allows you to return the custom common settings to their defaults (initial settings).
NOTICE
●The settings for Restrict Facsimile Control Card User and Dept. ID Management, that require the user to
enter the system settings password, cannot be initialized.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Press the [YES] key.
MEMO
● To cancel initialization, press the [NO] key.
This screen is displayed for about two seconds.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
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MEMO
●The Timer settings screen is made up of several screens. Use the [▲] and [▼] keys to scroll to the desired
screen and make the required settings.
●When [▲] or [▼] should be pressed, the indication
is displayed in this manual.
Setting the Current Date and Time (DATE/TIME)
Sets the current date and time. The date and time set here is printed at the top of documents received
by FAX. It is also used as the time setting required for functions for which the time can be set.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Enter the date and time as a continuous ten-digit number.
MEMO
●Enter only the last two digits for the year.
●Enter the date as four digits without a space, such as
0605 for June 5.
●Enter the time in 24-hour notation as four digits
without a space, such as 1503 for 15:03.
●If you make a mistake when entering values, press the
C key, and enter the values again starting with the year.
●The year 2000 will be displayed as 00.
Clear
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Setting the Time to Initiate Auto Sleep after Finishing Operations
(AUTO SLEEP TIME)
If the machine is not operated (no keys are pressed) for a certain period of time, the control panel power
switch automatically moves to the OFF position to save power. The machine then enters the Sleep
mode.
MEMO
●The initial setting is [ 1 ] hour.
●Documents received by FAX and instructions from a host computer can be printed even while the machine
is in the Sleep mode.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
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Setting the Current Date and Time (DATE/TIME)
Setting the Time to Initiate Auto Sleep after Finishing Operations (AUTO SLEEP TIME)
Enter the current date (year, month, day) and time
with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ), then press the
[OK] key.
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Timer Settings
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Timer Settings
2
Enter the desired Auto Sleep Time with the [▼] or
[▲] keys, then press the [OK] key.
The Auto Sleep Time settings are 30 minutes, 1 to 4 hours (in one-hour
increments) .
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Setting the Time Taken for Display to Return to Basic Features Screen after
Finishing Operations (AUTO CLEAR TIME)
Sets the Auto Clear Time. If the machine is not operated (no keys are pressed) for a certain period of
time, the display returns to the Basic Features screen. This time is called "Auto Clear Time."
Auto Clear Time can be set from 1 to 9 minutes in one-minute increments. Auto Clear Time can also be
set to "OFF."
Setting the Time Taken for Display to Return to Basic Features Screen after Finishing Operations (AUTO CLEAR TIME)
Setting the Time Taken for the Unit to Quiet Down after Last Task (TIME UNTIL UNIT QUIETS DOWN )
MEMO
●The initial setting is [ 2 ] minutes.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Enter the desired time period with the Number
keys ( 0 - 9 ) or [+] [–] keys, then press the
[OK] key.
0
: Auto clear OFF
1 to 9 : Sets in one-minute increments.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Setting the Time Taken for the Unit to Quiet Down after Last Task
(TIME UNTIL UNIT QUIETS DOWN )
This machine enters the Quiet mode after a specified amount of time has elapsed following output
operations or after a key has been pressed. On this screen you can specify the amount of time that
must prior entering the Quiet mode.
NOTICE
● After entering this mode, it takes a little longer for the first copy to be made.
● When the machine is used in an environment where high temperatures can occur, do not set this item to
“0 minutes” (OFF).
MEMO
●The initial setting is "1 minute."
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1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Enter the desired time period with the Number
keys ( 0 - 9 ) or [+] [–] keys, then press the
[OK] key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Timer Settings
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Sets the time that the machine is automatically turned OFF on different days of the week.
• Setting range:Daily from Sunday to Saturday, 00:00 to 23:59 in one-minute increments
• The initial setting:No setting
MEMO
● When the auto clear time and weekly timer are both set, the auto clear time has priority.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the day of the week, enter the time with
the Number keys, and then press the [OK] key.
MEMO
● The time is expressed as four continuous digits in the
form of "Hours" and "Minutes".
Example:
7:05 a.m. → 0705
11:18 p.m. → 2318
● If you make a mistake when entering the time, choose
the day of the week again, then enter a four-digit
number.
● If you do not want to specify the time, press the C
key.
Clear
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
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Setting the Time That the Unit’s Power Turns OFF on Different Days of the Week (DAILY TIMER SETTINGS)
Setting the Time That the Unit’s Power Turns OFF on Different
Days of the Week (DAILY TIMER SETTINGS)
This machine has been properly adjusted prior to delivery. The type of copy paper used
and the state of originals, however, may sometimes affect copying accuracy. This function enables you to adjust for any slight difference in size and exposure between the
original and output copies.
MEMO
●The Adjustment/Cleaning screen is made up of several screens. Use the [▲] and [▼] keys to scroll to the desired
screen and make the required settings.
●When [▲] or [▼] should be pressed, the indication
is displayed in this manual.
Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and
Copy Image Occur (ZOOM FINE ADJUSTMENT)
This function serves to compensate for slight differences in size between the original and the copy.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Key
2
Press the [ ] or [ ] keys to adjust the copy
ratio (%), then press the [OK] key.
▼
Fine-adjusting Zoom When Differences in Original Image and Copy Image Occur (ZOOM FINE ADJUSTMENT)
Adjusting the Standard Exposure (EXPOSURE RECALIB.)
Additional Functions
▼
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Zoom Fine Adjustment
● Adjustment Ranges
X (horizontal) direction : –1.0 to +1.0% in 0.1% increments
Y (vertical) direction : –1.0 to +1.0% in 0.1% increments
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Adjusting the Standard Exposure (EXPOSURE RECALIB.)
Adjusts the exposure adjustment scale to calibrate differences in exposure. Perform this adjustment if
differences between the image in the original and the copy occur when copying an original free from
smudges or dirty marks with the exposure scale set in the Basic Features screen.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
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Key
2
Press the [LIGHT] or [DARK] keys to adjust the
exposure, then press the [OK] key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Staple Realignment for Saddle Finisher
After a staple jam in the Saddle Finisher unit has been cleared or staples are loaded in the Saddle
Finisher, this function feeds paper to the unit and staples a few times, so that staples will be immediately available for the next job.
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Zoom Fine Adjustment
NOTICE
● This setting is not required when the Saddle Finisher-C2 is not installed.
Staple Realignment for Saddle Finisher
MEMO
●The required paper is fed automatically.
●The following paper sizes can be used for this function: 11”x17”/LTRR.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Press the [START] key.
3
When the function is completed, press the
[C] key.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears
again.
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Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Zoom Fine Adjustment
Changing the Saddle Stitch Position
When the Saddle Finisher-C2 is installed, slight position differences in the saddle stitch position may
occur. You can compensate for such differences as follows.
NOTICE
●This setting is not required when the Saddle Finisher-C2 is not installed.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the paper size for which you want to
change the saddle stitch position.
Changing the Saddle Stitch Position
MEMO
●Some of the paper sizes displayed may not be available
in certain countries.
3
Use the [▼] and [▲] keys to adjust the
saddle stitch position, then press the [OK]
key.
● The example shows adjustment for A3 / 11" × 17" paper.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears
again.
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MEMO
●The Custom Copy Settings screen is made up of several screens. Use the [▲] and [▼] keys to scroll to the
desired screen and make the required settings.
●When [▲] or [▼] should be pressed, the indication
is displayed in this manual.
Setting Standard Keys (STANDARD KEY1/KEY2 SETTING)
Store the Standard key to be displayed in the Basic Features screen. You can store up to two standard
keys from either the keys in the Special Features screen, or from memory keys containing copy jobs
stored by Mode Memory.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Lightly dimmed lettering in the list of modes indicates that the
mode has already been stored.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Example:
Standard keys 1 and 2 are displayed in the
touch panel display as shown below.
● Standard key 1
● Standard key 2
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Setting Standard Keys (STANDARD KEY1/KEY2 SETTING)
Press the [▼] or [▲] keys to display the desired
mode to be stored as a Standard key. Select
the item, then press the [OK] key.
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Copy Settings
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Copy Settings
Auto Orientation
Using parameters such as original size and zoom ratio, this function automatically rotates the copy
image to the most suitable position for the specified copy paper size.
MEMO
● The Initial setting is “ON.”
1
Call up the desired screen as follows.
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the
[OK] key.
Auto Orientation
Setting Automatic Collate ON/OFF (AUTO COLLATE)
MEMO
●Only standard paper sizes up to LTR can be rotated.
●When auto paper selection is selected, the paper
matching the width will be displayed as optimum size if
there is no paper with optimum length.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Setting Automatic Collate ON/OFF (AUTO COLLATE)
The function allows automatic selection of the Collate mode when the original is placed in the feeder.
This is helpful when making multiple copies, because the user does not need to remember to select the
Collate mode.
MEMO
● The Initial setting is “ON.”
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the
[OK] key.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
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Photo Mode
This setting gives you the choice of whether or not to use the Photo mode. When the Photo mode is set
to [ON], the [PHOTO] key appears in the Basic Features screen.
MEMO
● The initial setting is “OFF.”
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [ON] or [OFF] key, then press the
[OK] key.
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
Storing the Current Standard Settings (STANDARD SETTINGS)
"Standard Settings" refers to a combination of copy modes that the machine is set to after the power is
turned ON or when the
key is pressed. This section describes how to store the Standard Settings.
Standard Settings can be returned to their initial settings (defaults).
Reset
MEMO
● The Standard mode initial settings (defaults) are as follows:
Copy quantity
: 1
Paper selection
: Automatic
Exposure/Image quality : A
Storing the Standard Settings
MEMO
●To change the Standard Settings, copy settings must already have been stored as the Standard Settings.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
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Photo Mode
Storing the Current Standard Settings (STANDARD SETTINGS)
3
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Copy Settings
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Copy Settings
2
Press the [STORE] key.
3
Press the [YES] or [NO] key.
■ To store the displayed settings as standard
settings:
Select the [YES] key.
Storing the Current Standard Settings (STANDARD SETTINGS)
■ To cancel storing the currently displayed settings
as the Standard settings:
Select the [NO] key. The display returns to the display in step 1.
The settings displayed here are the currently set copy
settings. Press the [▼] or [▲] keys to display copy modes that
do not fit in the display area.
This screen is displayed for about two seconds.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
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Initializing the Standard Settings
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Press the [INITIALIZE] key.
Press the [YES] or [NO] key.
■ To initialize the Standard settings:
Select the [YES] key.
■ To cancel initialization of the Standard
settings:
Select the [NO] key. The display returns to the display in
step 1.
This screen is displayed for about two seconds.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears
again.
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Initializing the Standard Settings
3
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Copy Settings
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Custom Copy Settings
Restoring Settings to Initial Settings (INITIALIZE CUSTOM COPY SETTINGS)
Items that have been changed in the Custom Copy Settings mode can be returned to their factory
defaults (initial settings).
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the [YES] or [NO] key.
■ To initialize custom copy settings:
Select the [YES] key.
After initializing the custom copy settings, the screen below is
displayed and then the display returns to the Custom Copy
Settings screen.
Restoring Settings to Initial Settings (INITIALIZE CUSTOM COPY SETTINGS)
■ To cancel initialization of custom copy settings:
Select the [NO] key.
The display returns to the Custom Copy Settings screen.
3
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears
again.
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NOTICE
●This setting is not necessary if the printer functions are not installed.
●This setting is not necessary if the optional expansion memory (32MB or 64MB) is not installed with the Océ
3133/3140, even if the printer functions are installed.
Mail Box Setting/Storing
When using the mail box, each mail box item must be set and stored beforehand.
MEMO
● The Mail box can store up to 70 items (Available Box numbers : 00 to 99).
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Image Server Custom Settings
Key
Press the Mail Box number, then press the
[STORE] key.
MEMO
●You can also select a mailbox by entering a Mail Box
number using a Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
3
Enter the Mail Box name, then press the
[OK] key.
MEMO
●For details on how to enter the characters, see
"Entering Characters on the Touch Panel
Display," on p. 1-6.
●If you wish to cancel storing, press the [C] key.
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Mail Box Setting/Storing
2
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Image Server Custom Settings
4
Enter the password with the Number keys (
9 ), and then press the [OK] key.
0
-
NOTICE
● Since there is no way to check the password registered,
please record the password you registered and keep it
separately.
MEMO
●If no password is registered, press the [OK] key.
●You can delete the letter (number) you entered by pressing
the C key.
●If you wish to cancel registration, press the [C] key.
Clear
5
Set the amount of time to elapse before received
documents are automatically deleted by pressing
the [▲] or [▼] key, and press the [OK] key.
Mail Box Setting/Storing
●The amount of time which can be set is as follows:
1,2,3,6 or 12 hours
1,2 or 3 days
MEMO
● The default setting is [3] days.
6
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
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Deleting a Mail Box
NOTICE
●You cannot delete a Mail Box if there is data remaining in it.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows:
Additional Functions
Key
2
Select the mail box you wish to delete, and
then press the [DELETE] key.
Enter the password, then press the [OK]
key.
MEMO
●If a System setting password has been set,
instead of entering a Mail Box password you can
enter the system setting password then press
the [OK] key and advance to the next step.
●Enter the password used when the mail box was
registered. (See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.
4-37.)
If a password is not registered, this operation is
not required.
4
Press the [YES] or [NO] key.
■ If you wish to delete
Select the [YES] key.
■ If you do not wish to delete
Select the [NO] key.
5
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen
appears again.
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Deleting a Mail Box
3
Setting and Adjusting Custom Common Settings to Suit Your Needs
Image Server Custom Settings
Troubleshooting
6–1
Clearing Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs, the following display appears in the touch panel display.
Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam
The display indicating the
location of the paper jam
appears in the touch panel
display, followed by instructions on how to clear the
paper jam. This display will
repeatedly appear in the
touch panel display until the
paper jam is entirely
cleared.
Example of display indicating the
location of the paper jam
Example of display indicating how
to clear the paper jam
Troubleshooting
Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam
CAUTION
●When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
●When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or
other metal objects to touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, take care not to allow the toner on the
jammed copy paper to come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your hands or clothing. If they
become dirty, wash them immediately with cold water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it
impossible to remove the toner stains.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to
prevent the toner on the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your eyes or mouth,
wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician.
1
Inspect all areas which appear in the touch panel display, and remove any jammed
paper. See the appropriate pages for instructions on how to find and remove
jammed paper.
Display indicating locations of the paper jam and page number describing how to
remove jammed copy paper
*Feeder (See p. 7-13)
Main unit (See p. 6-4)
Stack bypass (See p. 6-14)
Copy tray (See p. 6-7)
Right cover (See p.6-9.)
Duplexing unit (See p. 6-6)
*Only when the Feeder is installed, it appears.
6–2
In drawers (See p. 6-10)
Clearing Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs in the accessories, see the description on the pages for the accessory in question.
Finisher-C1/ Saddle Finisher-C2
DADF-B1
Finisher-E1
For details refer to DADF-B1 user’s guide.
Finisher-C1/
Saddle Finisher-C2
(See p. 7-19)
Cassette Feeding Unit-R1
DADF-B1
Paper Deck-B1
Paper Deck-B1
(See p. 7-8)
2
After you have removed all paper jams at the locations indicated in the touch
panel display, restore the levers and doors to the positions they were in before
the paper jam occurred.
3
Continue operations following the instructions displayed in the touch panel display.
■ If there is remaining paper to be removed:
The display indicating how to clear the paper jam
appears in the touch panel display.
Repeat the procedure from step 1.
■ If all paper jams have been removed:
A message prompting you to carry out operations for
resuming copying will appear in the touch panel display.
Follow these instructions.
Example: If the display on the left appears,
key to continue
press the
making the remaining copies.
Start
MEMO
● If the original has been completely scanned, copying
of the remaining copies will start automatically.
6–3
Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam
Cassette
Feeding Unit-R1
(See p. 7-5)
Cassette
Feeding Unit-S1
(See p. 7-3)
Troubleshooting
Cassette Feeding Unit-S1
Finisher-E1
(See p. 7-34)
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper Jam in the Main Unit
If a paper jam occurs in the main unit, a display similar to the one on the left
appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow
the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel
display to remove the jammed paper.
Troubleshooting
1
Open the front cover of the main unit.
Paper Jam in the Main Unit
2
Move the green lever in the direction of the
arrow.
3
6–4
Remove any remaining jammed paper from
the fixing unit.
Clearing Paper Jams
4
Turn the green knob in the direction of the arrow,
and remove any jammed paper.
CAUTION
● The parts located around the green knob are subject to high
temperatures. When removing jammed paper, take care not to
touch anything in this area except the green knob.
5
Return the green lever back to its original
position.
Troubleshooting
6
Close the front cover.
Follow the instructions in the touch
panel display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p.
6-2.)
6–5
Paper Jam in the Main Unit
7
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper Jam in the Duplexing Unit
If a paper jam occurs in the duplexing unit, a display similar to the one on the
left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and
follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel
display to remove the jammed paper.
1
Open the front cover of the main unit.
Troubleshooting
Paper Jam in the Duplexing Unit
2
Lift up the green lever of the duplexing unit with
one hand, and pull out the jammed paper with
the other hand.
duplexing unit
3
Return the green lever back to its original
position.
4
Close the front cover.
5
Follow the instructions in the touch
panel display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on
p. 6-2.)
6–6
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper Jam in the Copy Tray
If a paper jam occurs in the copy tray, a display similar to the one on the left
appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow
the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel
display to remove the jammed paper.
Open the front cover of the main unit.
Open the left cover of the main unit.
CAUTION
● When opening the cover, do not touch the connector of
the motor with your finger, a staple or etc, as this may
result in electrostatic breakage.
NOTICE
●The front door must be opened before clearing paper
jams.
●Remove any paper on the trays before clearing paper
jams.
3
Raise the lever towards you, and pull out
the jammed paper.
6–7
Paper Jam in the Copy Tray
2
Troubleshooting
1
Clearing Paper Jams
4
Push the green lever down, and pull out the
jammed paper from the fixing unit.
CAUTION
●The parts located around the green lever are subject to high
temperatures. When removing jammed paper, take care not to
touch anything in this area except the green lever.
5
Close the left cover.
Troubleshooting
6
Close the front cover.
Paper Jam in the Copy Tray
7
Follow the instructions in the touch
panel display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p.
6-2.)
6–8
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper Jam in the Right Cover
If a paper jam occurs at the right cover, a display similar to the one on the left
appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow
the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel
display to remove the jammed paper.
Open the right cover of the main unit.
Troubleshooting
1
NOTICE
● The right door cannot be opened with the stack bypass
opened. If the stack bypass is open, first close the stack
bypass, then open the right door.
Paper Jam in the Right Cover
2
Remove any jammed paper.
3
Close the right cover.
4
Follow the instructions in the touch
panel display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p.
6-2.)
6–9
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper Jam in the Drawers
If a paper jam occurs in a drawer, a display similar to the one on the left
appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and follow
the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel
display to remove the jammed paper.
Troubleshooting
1
Open the right cover of the main unit.
Check that there is no jammed paper.
NOTICE
● The right door cannot be opened with the stack bypass
opened. If the stack bypass is open, first close the stack
bypass, then open the right door.
Paper Jam in the Drawers
2
Pull out the drawer indicated in the display.
3
6–10
Remove any jammed paper.
Clearing Paper Jams
4
Return the drawer to its original position.
5
Close the right cover.
Troubleshooting
6
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)
NOTICE
●If the paper jam message remains in the display,
follow the directions in the display, and check again
for any jammed paper.
6–11
Paper Jam in the Drawers
Follow the instructions in the touch panel
display.
Clearing Paper Jams
Frequently Occurring Paper Jams
If paper jams occur frequently even though the machine seems to be in proper working order, follow the
procedure below to clean the static charge eliminator.
MEMO
● If paper jams occur frequently, make sure that the size set on the paper size dial on the drawer matches
the size of the paper loaded in the drawer.
1
Open the front cover of the main unit.
Troubleshooting
2
Pull out the static charge eliminator by its knob
slowly towards you.
Frequently Occurring Paper Jams
3
Remove the static charge eliminator cleaning
brush.
4
Clean the groove of the static charge
eliminator as shown in the figure on the
left.
Insert the brush of the static charge eliminator cleaner
into the groove, and carefully move the brush back
and forth in the groove.
6–12
Clearing Paper Jams
5
When you have finished cleaning the groove, return
the static charge eliminator and the brush to their
original positions.
6
After you have finished cleaning the static charge
eliminator, return the brush to its original position.
Troubleshooting
7
Close the front cover.
Frequently Occurring Paper Jams
6–13
Clearing Paper Jams
Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stack Bypass
If a paper jam occurs in the stack bypass, a display similar to the one on the
left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and
follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch panel
display to remove the jammed paper.
Troubleshooting
1
Remove all paper from the stack bypass.
Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stack Bypass
2
Pull out any jammed paper from the stack
bypass.
3
6–14
Close the stack bypass.
Clearing Paper Jams
4
Open the right cover of the main unit.
5
Remove any jammed paper.
Troubleshooting
6
Follow the instructions in the touch panel
display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)
6–15
Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stack Bypass
7
Close the right cover or of the main unit.
Routine Cleaning
Original is not Being Scanned Cleanly
If the original is not scanning cleanly, clean the platen glass and the feeding belt.
WARNING
● When cleaning the machine, first turn OFF the main power switch and unplug the power plug. Failure to
observe these items may result in a fire or electrical shock.
CAUTION
● Do not use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner or other solvents for cleaning. Doing so might result in plastic
parts becoming deformed.
Platen Glass
Troubleshooting
Clean the platen glass with a cloth dampened with water
or a mild cleaning agent, then wipe with a dry cloth.
Original is not Being Scanned Cleanly
Rear Side of Platen Cover
Clean the rear side of the platen cover with a cloth
dampened with water or a mild cleaning agent, then
wipe with a dry cloth.
Original Feeding Belt
Move the original feeding belt with your hand as you
wipe it with a cloth dampened with water or a mild
cleaning agent, then wipe with a dry cloth.
6–16
Routine Cleaning
Original Scanned Using The Feeder Becomes Dirty (FEEDER CLEANING)
If your originals have black streaks or appear dirty after feeding them in the feeder, perform Feeder Cleaning. Cleaning is accomplished by repeatedly feeding blank originals (copy sheets) through the feeder.
MEMO
●The Adjustment/Cleaning screen is made up of several screens. Use the [▲] and [▼] keys to scroll to the
desired screen and make the required settings.
is displayed in this manual.
●When [▲] [▼] should be pressed, the indication
●It takes about 10 seconds to clean the feeder.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows.
Additional Functions
2
Place blank LTR-size copy sheets in the feeder,
and then press the [START] key.
Troubleshooting
Key
MEMO
● To cancel Feeder Cleaning, press the [C] key.
3
When Feeder Cleaning is complete, the
display returns to the Adjustment/Cleaning
screen.
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
6–17
Original Scanned Using The Feeder Becomes Dirty (FEEDER CLEANING)
● While feeder cleaning is being performed, the message on the
left appears in the touch panel display.
Routine Cleaning
Streaks Appear on Copy Sheet (ROLLER CLEANING)
A probable cause of black streaks appearing on output copy paper is a dirty roller. If this is the case,
clean the roller.
MEMO
●It takes about 15 seconds to clean the roller.
1
Call up the desired screen as follows.
Additional Functions
Key
Troubleshooting
2
Press the [START] key.
MEMO
●If you want to stop cleaning, press the
Clear
C
key.
Streaks Appear on Copy Sheet (ROLLER CLEANING)
● While roller cleaning is being performed, the message on the
left appears in the touch panel display.
3
When Roller Cleaning is complete, the
display returns to the Adjustment/Cleaning
screen.
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeat this until the Basic Features screen appears again.
6–18
Self-diagnostic (Error) Display
Self-diagnostic (Error) Displays
Self-diagnostic (error) messages appear in the touch panel display at the following times:
■ When copying cannot be performed because of an operational error.
■ When you need to make a judgment or take some action during copying.
If a self-diagnostic message appears, follow the instructions in the touch panel display.
Message/Cause
Remedy
Load LTR-size paper.
The paper drawer loaded with the correct paper
Load the indicated paper size in a paper drawer.
size is not inserted into the machine.
● If you press the
Start
key while this message
currently selected paper size.
Return pg.1 to the top and press the Start key.
Copying was stopped due to a problem with the
Arrange the originals in page order with the first
feeder.
page on top. Place the originals back in the feeder
Troubleshooting
appears, copying will be performed with the
Start
original supply tray, then press the
key.
Copies from the previous copy job remain in the
Remove the copies from all of the trays, then
Finisher.
press the
Start
key.
Remove the paper from the output tray
Copies from the previous copy job remain in the
Remove the copies from all of the trays, then
output tray.
press the
Start
key.
Connect the Finisher to the main unit.
The Finisher is not properly connected to the
Connect the Finisher to the main unit properly.
main unit.
6–19
Self-diagnostic (Error) Displays
Romove the paper from the Finisher and press start key.
Self- diagnostic (Error) Display
Message/Cause
Remedy
Paper has jammed in the ● area.
An original jam or paper jam has occurred,
Remove paper from the machine following the
preventing you from making copies.
guidance messages in the touch panel display.
(See “Clearing Paper Jams,” on p. 6-2)
Add toner.
There is not enough toner to make copies.
Replace the toner cartridge with a recom-
Troubleshooting
mended toner cartridge.
(See “Adding Toner,” on p. 5-8)
Load paper.
Self-diagnostic (Error) Displays
The machine has run out of paper. No more copies
Load paper.
can be made.
(See “Loading paper,” on p. 5-2)
The drawer is not correctly inserted.
Insert the drawer as far as it will go.
(See “Loading paper,” on p. 5-2)
6–20
Service Call Message
If a malfunction occurs and the machine will not operate
normally, the message on the left (the service call
message) will appear in the touch panel display.
If this message appears, follow the procedure described
below.
WARNING
●Do not insert or unplug the power plug with wet hands, as this may
result in electrical shock.
CAUTION
●Always grasp the plug portion when unplugging the power plug.
Pulling on the power cord may expose or snap the core wire, or
otherwise damage the power cord. If the cord is damaged, this could
cause an electricity leak and result in a fire or electrical shock.
Turn the main power switch OFF. Allow at least 10
seconds before turning the main power switch back
ON.
If the machine still does not operate normally,
carry out the following procedure, and then
contact your service representative:
• Turn the main power switch OFF.
• Unplug the power cable from the outlet.
6–21
Service Call Message
2
Troubleshooting
1
Handling Options
7–1
System Configuration
The following options and accessories can be connected to the machine.
Handling Options
System Configuration
7–2
Cassette Feeding Unit-S1
If you attach the Cassette Feeding Unit-S1 to the machine, two extra sizes of copy paper
can be used in addition to the paper sizes in the machine’s standard paper drawers.
Up to 500 sheets (20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) of copy paper can be loaded in each drawer.
Parts and Their Functions
Right cover
Open to remove jammed
copy paper.
Drawers
Each drawer holds up to
500 sheets (20-lb bond (80g/m2))
of copy paper.
Handling Options
Clearing Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs in the Cassette Feeding Unit-S1, a display similar to
the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam
occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in
the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.
1
Open the right cover of the Cassette Feeding
Unit-S1.
REQUEST
●When opening the cover, do not touch the connector of the
motor with your finger, a staple or etc, as this may result in
electrostatic breakage.
MEMO
● If Paper Deck-B1 is installed, remove it from the main unit.
7–3
Parts and Their Functions
Clearing Paper Jams
CAUTION
● When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut
your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
● When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the
machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to
touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical
shock.
● When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to
come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your
hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold
water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it
impossible to remove the toner stains.
● When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on
the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner
enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
Cassette Feeding Unit-S1
2
Remove any jammed paper.
3
Close the right cover.
Handling Options
4
Follow the instructions in the touch panel
display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)
Main Specifications
Main Specifications
Name
Cassette Feeding Unit-S1
Paper feeding system
500 sheets (20-lb bond (80g/m2)) × 2
Power source
From Main Unit
Dimensions(H × W × D)
17-7/8" × 23" × 26-1/4" (453mm × 585mm × 665.1mm)
Weight
Approx. 86.4 lb (39.2kg)
Acceptable paper sizes
1st drawer
2nd drawer
7–4
:
:
LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR
11"x17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR
Cassette Feeding Unit-R1
If you attach the Cassette Feeding Unit-R1 to the machine, four extra sizes of copy paper
can be used in addition to the paper sizes in the machine’s standard paper drawers.
■ Up to 500 sheets (20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) of copy paper can be loaded in each drawer.
NOTICE
● Cassette Feeding Unit-R1 cannot be installed at the same time as Paper Deck-B1.
Parts and Their Functions
Right cover
Open to remove jammed
copy paper.
Handling Options
Drawers
Each drawer holds up to
500 sheets (20-lb bond (80g/m2))
of copy paper.
Clearing Paper Jams
CAUTION
●When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut
your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
●When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the
machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to
touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical
shock.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to
come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your
hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold
water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible
to remove the toner stains.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on
the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner
enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
1
Open the right door of the Cassette Feeding UnitR1.
REQUEST
●When opening the cover, do not touch the connector of the
motor with your finger, a metal staple etc., as this may result in
electrostatic breakage.
7–5
Parts and Their Functions
Clearing Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs in the Cassette Feeding Unit-R1, a display similar to
the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam
occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in
the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.
Cassette Feeding Unit-R1
2
Remove any jammed paper.
Handling Options
3
Close the right cover.
Main Specifications
4
Follow the instructions in the touch panel
display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)
Main Specifications
Name
Cassette Feeding Unit-R1
Paper feeding system
500sheets (20-lb bond (80g/m2)) × 4
Power source
From Main Unit
Dimensions(H × W × D)
17-7/8" × 23" × 26-1/4"(453mm × 585mm × 665.1mm)
Weight
Approx. 104 lb (47.2kg)
Acceptable paper sizes
1st and 3rd drawers : LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR
2nd and 4th drawers : 11"×17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR
7–6
Paper Deck-B1
If you attach the Paper Deck-B1 to the machine, one extra size of copy paper can be used
in addition to the paper size in the machine’s standard paper drawers.
Up to 3500 sheets (20-lb bond (80 g/m2)) of copy paper can be loaded in the paper deck.
NOTICE
● Paper Deck-B1 cannot be installed at the same time as Cassette Feeding Unit-R1.
Parts and Their Functions
Release button
Press to remove the Paper
Deck-B1 from the Main Unit.
Open button
Press to load copy paper or to check
for a paper jam.
Handling Options
Paper Deck
Max. 3500 copy sheets
(20-lb bond (80g/m2))
can be loaded.
Paper Supply indicator
Enables you to check the amount of
paper remaining in the Paper Deck.
If a paper jam occurs in the Paper Deck-B1, a display similar to the one on
the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred,
and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch
panel display to remove the jammed paper.
CAUTION
●When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut
your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
●When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the
machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to
touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical
shock.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to
come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your
hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold
water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible
to remove the toner stains.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on
the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner
enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
7–7
Parts and Their Functions
Clearing Paper Jams
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper Deck-B1
Paper Jam in the Paper Deck
1
Press the Release button to remove the paper deck
from the Main Unit.
2
Remove any jammed paper.
Handling Options
Paper Jam in the Paper Deck
3
Press the Open button to open the paper
deck.
4
7–8
Remove any jammed paper.
Paper Deck-B1
5
Close the Paper Deck and reconnect it to the main
unit.
CAUTION
● When reconnecting the Paper Deck to the main unit, be
careful not to catch your fingers, as this may result in
personal injury.
6
Follow the instructions in the touch panel
display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)
Loading Paper in the Paper Deck
Handling Options
1
Press the Open button to open the paper deck.
Open a package of copy paper, and remove the
paper stack.
CAUTION
●When loading copy paper, take care not to cut your hands on
the edges of the copy paper.
NOTICE
●Rewrap any remaining paper in its original package, and
store it in a dry place away from direct sunlight.
●Do not copy on the following types of copy stock. Doing
so may cause a paper jam.
• Severely curled or wrinkled paper
• Transparencies for digital full-colour copiers.
• Paper on which colour images have been copied
• Paper which has been copied on using a digital full colour
copier (do not copy on the reverse side either)
• Paper which has been printed on using a thermal transfer printer (do not copy on the reverse side either)
MEMO
●The Paper Deck holds up to about 3500 sheets of copy
paper (20-lb bond (80g/m2)).
●For high-quality copies, use paper recommended by
Canon.
7–9
Loading Paper in the Paper Deck
2
Paper Deck-B1
3
Turn the paper stack over, and place it in the paper
drawer.
NOTICE
● If the copy paper is curled, curl it down before placing it in the
paper drawer.
● Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed
the limit mark at the back of the paper drawer.
4
Close the Paper Deck and reconnect it to the main
unit.
Handling Options
CAUTION
● When returning the Paper Deck to its original position,
be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may
result in personal injury.
Main Specifications
Main Specifications
Name
Paper Deck-B1
Paper deck capacity
3500 sheets(20-lb bond (80g/m2))
Power source
From Main Unit
Dimensions(H × W × D)
20-1/2" × 12-3/4" × 23" (519mm × 323mm × 583mm)
Weight
Approx. 90.4 lb (41kg)
Acceptable paper sizes
LTR
7–10
DADF-A1 (Feeder)
Place a stack of originals in the original supply tray, and they are automatically fed to the
platen glass for copying. Originals can also be automatically reversed to make two-sided
copies from two-sided originals.
Parts and Their Functions
Feeder cover
Original supply
tray
Auxiliary tray
Original output tray
Handling Options
REQUEST
●Do not place objects in the document tray. Doing so might damage
originals that are output onto the tray.
7–11
Parts and Their Functions
Slide guide
DADF-A1
Replacing the Stamp Cartridge (When the fax function is installed)
Originals sent by FAX via the feeder attached to this machine can be stamped to indicate that they have
been sent. Replace the stamp cartridge when this mark is faint or is no longer printed.
1
Open the feeder.
Handling Options
2
Remove the old stamp cartridge using tweezers while holding down the lock lever with
your finger. The lock lever is for securing the
stamp cartridge.
Replacing the Stamp Cartridge (When the fax function is installed)
3
Insert the new stamp cartridge using
tweezers while holding down the lock lever
with your finger as shown in the figure on
the right.
4
7–12
Gently lower the feeder.
DADF-A1
Clearing Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs in the DADF-A1, a display similar to the one on the
left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam occurred, and
follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in the touch
panel display to remove the jammed paper.
CAUTION
●When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut
your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
●When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the
machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to
touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical
shock.
1
Fully open the feeder cover, and remove any
jammed originals.
7–13
Clearing Paper Jams
2
Handling Options
Open the feeder cover, and remove any paper on
the feeder.
DADF-A1
3
Open the inner cover, and remove any jammed
originals.
Remove all jammed originals, and close the inner
cover and feeder cover.
Handling Options
4
Lift up the feeder cover holding it by its centre
on its left side, and remove any jammed
originals.
Clearing Paper Jams
5
7–14
Remove the original on the platen glass.
DADF-A1
6
Gently lower the feeder.
7
Follow the instructions in the touch panel
display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)
Handling Options
Main Specifications
DADF-A1 (Feeder)
Acceptable original size
11" × 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT
Originals
13 to 28-Ib bond (50g/m2 to 105g/m2)
Original supply tray capacity
25 sheets ...... 11" × 17"/LGL-size, (20-Ib bond (80g/m2))
50 sheets ...... LTR/LTRR/STMT/STMTR-size, (20-Ib bond (80g/m2))
Max power consumption
170W
Original replacement speed
40 sheets/minute(imageRUNNER 400Series),
33 sheets/minute(imageRUNNER 330Series)
Power source
24V (From Main Unit)
Dimensions(H × W × D)
6-3/8" × 25-3/8" × 20-3/4" (161mm × 645mm × 527mm)
Weight
Approx. 31Ib (14.1kg)
7–15
Main Specifications
Name
Finisher-C1/
Saddle Finisher-C2
Functions common to Finisher-C1 and Saddle Finisher-C2
■ Staple-collate Functions:
• A Collate function for collating copies into sets arranged in page order
• A Group function for grouping together and outputting all copies of the same original.
• A Staple-collate function for collating and automatically stapling copies into sets
arranged in page order
■ TRAY Functions:
• Output Designation for Each Tray
Function provided only on Saddle Finisher-C2
■ Booklet function
• This function enables you to make booklets consisting of pages folded and stapled
at the centre.
Parts and Their Functions
Handling Options
Interrupt tray
Interrupt copies are delivered to this tray.
TRAY A
Parts and Their Functions
Output Tray
Copy or FAX output sheets
will be delivered to
these trays.
You can set the tray
function so that the output
of a specified function,
copy, fax or printer is
delivered to a designated
tray.
TRAY B
Upper cover
Open to removed jamed paper.
(See "Clearing Paper Jams," on p. 7-19.)
Front cover (upper)
Open this cover to replace the staple
case in the staple unit, or when a
staple jam occurs.
(See "Removing Jammed Staples
from the Stapler Unit," on p.7-23.)
TRAY C
Booklet tray
The paper that is
folded and stapled
at the center to form a booklet
is delivered to this tray.
* Only installed in Saddle Finisher-C2.
Front cover (lower)
Open this cover when a
paper jam or staple jam occurs
in the saddle stitcher unit,
or when replacing the saddle
stitcher unit staple cartridge.
(See "When a Paper Jam Occurs
in the Saddle Stitcher Unit," on
p.7-25, "Replaceing the Saddle
Stitcher Unit Staple Cartridge," on
p.7-27 and "Removing Jammed
Staples from the Saddle Stitcher
Unit," on p.7-29.) * Only installed
in Saddle Finisher-C2.
* The illustration shows Saddle Finisher-C2.
* In the description on the following pages Finisher-C1 and Saddle Finisher-C2 are referred to collectively as “finisher”
unless otherwise stated.
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Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
Staple-collate Functions
MEMO
●You cannot use the Transparency Interleaving mode in combination with the Collate function, Group
function or Staple-collate function.
Collate Mode
This function shifts forward only the first page of the printing paper, then automatically aligns the pages
and delivers them.
Group Mode
This function shifts forward only the first copy of each page of the document, then collates the copies of
each page and delivers them.
Staple-collate Mode
CAUTION
●Do not place your hand in the part of the tray where stapling is performed while a Finisher is attached, as this may
result in personal injury.
Copies are stapled at the following locations.
■ When an original is placed on the platen glass:
Corner Staple
Double Staple
NOTICE
●You cannot corner-staple
STMT or STMTR paper.
●You cannot double-staple
LTRR, STMT or STMTR paper.
Copies are staple here.
Copies are staple here.
■ When originals are placed in the Feeder:
Corner Staple
Copies are staple here.
Double Staple
Copies are staple here.
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Staple-collate Functions
MEMO
●When the delivered printing paper reaches the stacking limit of the tray, the paper is delivered to another tray
that can accept it. When the stacking limit of all of the trays that can accept the paper is reached, printing
stops. By removing all printed papers on the tray, the printing restarts.
●If the machine stops during collating, a message is displayed, and the Staple Supply indicator lights while
stapling is taking place, it means that almost all of the staples have been used up and the staple case must
be replaced. Replace the staple case in this case.
(See "Replacing the Staple Case in the Stapler Unit," on p. 7-21.)
●If you make copies in the Staple-collate mode, they are delivered to tray C.
Handling Options
This function automatically collates copies into sets arranged in page order, staples the sets and
outputs them.
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
TRAY Functions
Output Designation for Trays
You can output to the three trays specified as either FAX or copy output trays. You can set which
function should be output to each of the three trays by setting TRAY in Custom Common Settings under
Additional Functions. (See p. 4-13.)
MEMO
●The system is set as follows before leaving the factory.
• Tray A: Copy
• Tray B: No setting*
• Tray C: No setting*
* If you leave the setting of tray at “No setting”, no prints are delivered.
●You cannot set “Copy” for tray C only.
●We recommend attaching the supplied labels to the trays for identifying their respective use. Blank labels are
also provided which you can fill out yourself.
●If you make copies while printing a fax, the copies are sometimes delivered to the interrupt tray.
Handling Options
Sliding Function
If you make copies with the Collate function and Group function set, the first
page of the printing paper is shifted approximately 30 mm and then delivered.
5
4
3
2
1
This function is only available with the Saddle Finisher-C2.
This function enables you to make booklets consisting of pages folded and stapled at the centre.
MEMO
●The maximum number of sheets that can be bound is 15 (60 pages).
Originals
Staple
The pages are folded with a
roller to form a booklet.
1
2
3
4
7
2
8
1
1
8
4
5
TRAY Functions
Booklet Function
Booklet Function
6
5
6
7
8
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3
6
3
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
Clearing Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs while the Finisher is being used, a display similar to
the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam
occurred, and follow the procedure below and the procedure that appears in
the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.
* This screen appears when Saddle Finisher-C2 is installed.
1
2
Remove any paper protruding from the
output tray.
NOTICE
● When copying using the Staple-collate function,
do not remove the copy set which is being output
before stapling.(After clearing the paper jam,
output of this copy set will continue the page
which was last output.)
3
Raise the interrupt tray, then open the
upper cover and check the inside of the
Finisher.
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Clearing Paper Jams
Move the Finisher away from the machine
holding the section indicated in the figure on the
left.
Handling Options
CAUTION
●When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut
your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
●When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the
machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to
touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical
shock.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to
come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your
hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold
water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible
to remove the toner stains.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on
the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner
enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
4
Lift the gray cover upward, and remove any
jammed paper.
5
Remove jammed paper while lifting up the
black roller.
Handling Options
6
Return the black roller and gray cover, then
close the upper cover and the interrupt
tray.
Clearing Paper Jams
7
Connect the Finisher to the main unit.
8
Follow the instructions in the touch
panel display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam,"
on p. 6-2.)
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Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
Replacing the Staple Case in the Stapler Unit
When the Finisher runs out of staples, the staple case must be replaced.
The message on the left will appear in the touch panel display. Follow the
procedure described below to replace the staple case.
1
Open the front cover (upper) of the Finisher.
Handling Options
Push down the green lever.
3
Pull out the slightly protruding staple
cartridge holding it by its left and right
sides.
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Replacing the Staple Case in the Stapler Unit
2
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
4
Pull out the empty staple case holding it by its left
and right sides.
5
Insert the new staple case.
MEMO
●Only one staple case can be inserted at a time.
●Use only the special staple case for use on this machine.
Handling Options
6
Remove the seal fixing the staples by
pulling it straight out.
Replacing the Staple Case in the Stapler Unit
7
Gently push the stapler unit back into
the Finisher until the green lever returns to its original position.
8
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Make sure that the stapler unit is
firmly secured, and then close the
front cover (upper) of the Finisher.
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit
If a staple jam occurs, the message on the left appears. Follow the
procedure described below to remove any jammed staples.
1
Open the front cover (upper) of the Finisher.
3
Push down the green lever.
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Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit
2
Handling Options
Remove the paper waiting to be stapled from
the delivery tray.
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
4
Pull out the slightly protruding staple cartrige holding it
by its left and right sides.
5
Lower the knob of the staple cartridge.
Handling Options
6
Remove all of the staples that slide from
the staple case.
Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit
7
Return the knob of the staple cartridge
to its original position.
8
Return the staple cartridge to its
original position, and close the front
cover (upper).
MEMO
●When you close the cover, the staple
unit automatically performs a “dry”
stapling operation several times, to
reposition the staples.
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Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
When a Paper Jam Occurs in the Saddle Stitcher Unit
This procedure is only required when Saddle Finisher-C2 is installed.
If a paper jam occurs when the booklet mode was set using Saddle
Finisher-C2, the screen shown at left appears. Remove the jammed paper
according to the instructions on the screen.
1
2
Open the front cover (lower) of the Finisher.
3
Turn the knob on the right.
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When a Paper Jam Occurs in the Saddle Stitcher Unit
Move the Saddle Finisher-C2 away from the machine holding the section indicated in the figure on
the left.
Handling Options
CAUTION
●When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut your
hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
●When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the
machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to touch
the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical shock.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to
come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your hands or
clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold water.
Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible to
remove the toner stains.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on the
paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner enters your
eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and consult a physician.
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
4
Turn the knob on the left while pressing it.
5
Remove any jammed paper.
Handling Options
6
Open the stack section on the right, and
remove the paper.
When a Paper Jam Occurs in the Saddle Stitcher Unit
7
Close the front cover (lower) of the
Finisher.
8
Connect the Finisher to the main
unit.
9
Follow the instructions in the
touch panel display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the
Jam," on p. 6-2.)
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Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
Replacing the Saddle Stitcher Unit Staple Cartridge
This procedure is only required when Saddle Finisher-C2 is installed.
When the Finisher runs out of staples, the staple cartridge must be
replaced. The message on the left will appear in the touch panel display.
Follow the procedure described below to replace the staple cartridge.
Open the front cover (lower) of the Finisher.
Pull out the saddle stitcher unit.
3
Pull forward the stapler unit of the saddle
stitcher unit, then push it up.
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Replacing the Saddle Stitcher Unit Staple Cartridge
2
Handling Options
1
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
4
Pull out the empty staple cartridge holding it by its
left and right sides.
5
Insert the new staple cartridge.
NOTICE
●Replace both the inner and outer staple cartridges at
the same time.
Handling Options
6
Pull forward the stapler unit of the saddle
stitcher unit, then return it to its original
position.
Replacing the Saddle Stitcher Unit Staple Cartridge
7
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Push back the saddle stitcher unit,
then close the front cover (lower).
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
Removing Jammed Staples from the Saddle Stitcher Unit
This procedure is only required when the Saddle Finisher-C2 is installed.
If a staple jam occurs, the message on the left appears. Follow the
procedure described below to remove any jammed staples.
1
Open the front cover (lower) of the Finisher.
Handling Options
2
Pull out the saddle stitcher unit.
Pull forward the stapler unit of the saddle
stitcher unit, then push it up.
4
Grasp the left and right ends of the
staple cartridge, and remove the
cartridge.
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Removing Jammed Staples from the Saddle Stitcher Unit
3
Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
5
Push down part A, then pull up knob B.
B
A
6
Remove the jammed staples, then return knob
B to its original position.
Handling Options
7
Return the staple cartridge to its original
position.
Removing Jammed Staples from the Saddle Stitcher Unit
8
Pull forward the stapler unit of the
saddle stitcher unit, then return it to its
original position.
9
Push back the saddle stitcher unit,
then close the front cover (lower).
NOTICE
● Once you have removed the jammed
staples, be sure to reposition staples for
the saddle stitcher unit. (See “Staple
Realignment for Saddle Finisher,” on
p.4-29.)
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Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
When a Paper Jam Occurs in the Interrupt Tray
If a paper jam occurs during an interrupt copy operation, the screen at left
appears. Remove all of the jammed paper using the following procedure.
1
Move the Finisher away from the machine holding
the section indicated in the figure on the left.
When a Paper Jam Occurs in the Interrupt Tray
2
Remove any jammed paper.
3
Connect the Finisher to the main unit.
4
Handling Options
CAUTION
●When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut
your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
●When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the
machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to
touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical
shock.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to
come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your
hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold
water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible
to remove the toner stains.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on
the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner
enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
Follow the instructions in the touch
panel display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on
p. 6-2.)
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Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
Output indication function
This function operates only when the optional Finisher Output Indicator Lamp is installed on the finisher.
Output Indicator Lamp
When output paper is
delivered from the fax or computer,
the lamp at the top flashes.
When printing has ended,
the flashing changes to a steady glow.
Handling Options
Output indication function
REQUEST
●If the Finisher Output indicator lamp’s cable gets caught in between the copier and the Finisher, it could cause
electrical damage. To prevent this from happening, make sure that you bind the cable with the cable strap.
For more details, contact your service representative.
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Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2
Main Specifications
Handling Options
Main Specifications
Consumables
Consumables
Staple cartridge
Use only the staple cartridges recommended for use on this machine. There is a space behind the front cover (upper)
for storing staple cartridges (equivalent to the space occupied by three stapler unit staple cartridges).
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Finisher-E1
Functions common to Finisher-E1
■ Staple-collate Functions:
• A Collate function for collating copies into sets arranged in page order
• A Group function for grouping together and outputting all copies of the same original.
• A Staple-collate function for collating and automatically stapling copies into sets
arranged in page order
Parts and Their Functions
Finishing Tray
Output sheets are finishing here,
in separate batches. (Collating,
grouping, staple collating etc...)
Handling Options
Parts and Their Functions
Output Tray
Output jobs' are delivered to
this tray after being finished
on the finishing tray.
MEMO
●Tracing papers are not delivered to the output tray. They are left on the finishing tray.
* In the description on the following pages Finisher-E1 is referred to as “finisher” unless otherwise stated.
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Finisher-E1
Staple-collate Functions
MEMO
●You cannot use the Transparency Interleaving mode in combination with the Collate function, Group
function or Staple-collate function.
Collate Mode
The function automatically collates copies into page order.
Group Mode
This function shifts forward only the first copy of each page of the document, then sorts the copies of
each page and delivers them.
Staple-collate Mode
CAUTION
● Do not place your hand in the part of the tray where stapling is performed while a Finisher is attached, as this may
result in personal injury.
MEMO
● When the delivered printing paper reaches the stacking limit of the finishing and output trays, printing stops.
By removing all printed papers from the finishing and output trays, the printing restarts.
● When copying tracing papers, and the stacking limit of the finishing tray is reached printing stops. Remove all
tracing papers from the finishing tray and pressing the
key to restart printing.
●If the machine stops during collating, a message is displayed in the touch panel display, and the Staple
Supply indicator lights while stapling is taking place, it means that almost all of the staples have been used
up and the staple case must be replaced. Replace the staple case in this case. (See "Replacing the Staple
Case in the Stapler Unit", on p7-38.)
Handling Options
This function automatically collates copies into sets in page order, staples the sets and outputs them.
Start
■ When an original is placed on the platen glass:
Corner Staple
NOTICE
●You cannot staple STMTor STMTR paper.
Copies are staple here.
■ When originals are placed in the Feeder:
Corner Staple
Copies are staple here.
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Staple-collate Functions
Copies are stapled at the following locations.
Finisher-E1
Clearing a Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs while the Finisher is being used, a display similar to
the one on the left appears in the touch panel display. Check where the jam
occurred on the display, and follow the procedure below and the procedure
that appears in the touch panel display to remove the jammed paper.
* This screen appears when Finisher-E1 is installed.
Handling Options
CAUTION
●When removing jammed originals or copy paper, take care not to cut
your hands on the edges of the original or copy paper.
●When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the
machine, do not allow necklaces, bracelets or other metal objects to
touch the inside of the machine, as this may result in burns or electrical
shock.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed copy paper to
come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your
hands or clothing. If they become dirty, wash them immediately with cold
water. Washing with warm water will set the toner and make it impossible
to remove the toner stains.
●When removing copy paper which has become jammed inside the
machine, remove the jammed copy paper gently to prevent the toner on
the paper from scattering and entering your eyes or mouth. If toner
enters your eyes or mouth, wash immediately with cold water and
consult a physician.
Clearing a Paper Jams
1
Move the Finisher away from the machine holding
the section indicated in the figure on the left.
Main Unit
Finisher-E1
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Finisher-E1
2
Remove any protruding paper.
NOTICE
●When removing jammed paper, do not remove any paper from
the finishing tray.
Main Unit
Handling Options
3
Connect the Finisher to the main unit.
Main Unit
4
Follow the instructions in the touch panel
display.
(See "Display Indicating How to Clear the Jam," on p. 6-2.)
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Clearing a Paper Jams
Finisher-E1
Finisher-E1
Replacing the Staple Case in the Stapler Unit
When the Finisher runs out of staples, the staple case must be replaced.
The message on the left will appear in the touch panel display. Follow the
procedure described below to replace the staple case.
1
Handling Options
Move the Finisher away from the machine holding
the section indicated in the figure on the left.
Main Unit
Finisher-E1
Replacing the Staple Case in the Stapler Unit
2
3
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Pull out the staple cartridge holding it by
its left and right sides (Green portion).
Pull out the empty staple case holding
it by its left and right sides.
Finisher-E1
4
Insert the new staple case.
MEMO
●Only one staple case can be inserted at a time.
●Use only the special staple case for use on this machine.
5
Remove the seal fixing the staples by pulling it
straight out.
Handling Options
6
Return the staple cartridge back into its
original position.
Replacing the Staple Case in the Stapler Unit
7
Return the Finisher to its original
position.
Main Unit
Finisher-E1
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Finisher-E1
Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit
If a staple jam occurs, the message on the left appears. Follow the
procedure described below to remove any jammed staples.
1
Handling Options
Remove the paper waiting to be stapled from
the finishing tray.
Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit
2
Move the Finisher away from the machine
holding the section indicated in the figure
on the left.
3
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Pull out the staple cartridge
holding it by its left and right sides
(Green portion).
Finisher-E1
4
Lower the knob of the staple cartridge.
5
Remove all of the staples that slide from the
staple case.
Handling Options
6
Return the knob of the staple cartridge to its
original position.
Gently push the staple cartridge back
into its original position.
8
Return the Finisher to its original
position.
MEMO
●When you return the Finisher to its
original position, the stapler unit
automatically performs a “dry” stapling
operation several times, to reposition
the staples.
●Follow the instructions in the touch
panel display after that.
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Removing Jammed Staples from the Stapler Unit
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Finisher-E1
Main Specifications
Name
Finisher-E1
Paper
13 to 32-lb bond (50 to 128g/m2)
Capacity per tray
Max. stapling capacity
[Collate mode/Group mode]
STMT/STMTR/LTR/LTRR : 1000 sheets 20-lb bond (80g/m2)
LGL/11"✕17" : 500 sheets 20-lb bond (80g/m2)
[Staple-collate mode]
30 sets
Staple Unit
: LTR/LTRR : 30 sheets 20-lb bond(80g/m2)
LGL/11"X17" : 15 sheets 20-lb bond (80g/m2)
Power consumption
Less than 40W
Power source
24V (From the Main Unit)
Dimensions(H × W × D)
14-1/4" × 21-3/4" × 22-5/8" (363mm × 553mm × 574mm)
Handling Options
Installation location(W × D)
59-3/8" × 28-3/8" (1507mm × 720mm)
Weight
Approx. 26.4 lb (12 kg)
Consumables
Staple cartridge
Use only the recommended staple cartridges for this machine.
Main Specifications
Consumables
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Appendix
8–1
Operation When User Restrictions
are Enabled
Inserting the Control Card
When the optional Control Card is attached to the machine, you must insert the control card before
starting to use the copy function.
NOTICE
●A control card enables you to restrict user of the FAX function as well. (See “Restricting Use of the Fax
Function,” on p.4-16.)
●When the display in step 3 below does not appear in the touch panel display even if the control card is
inserted, check the following:
• Make sure that the control card is inserted in the correct direction.
• Make sure that the control card is inserted as far as it can go.
• Make sure that an unusable control card is not inserted.
MEMO
●For details on how to handle the control card, see the Control Card Instruction Manual.
Operations before Using Copy Functions
1
Press the
COPY
key.
The screen on the left appears.
Appendix
MEMO
●For details on operations to carry out to turn the power ON,
see "Main Power and Control Panel Power" on p. 1-8.
Inserting the Control Card
2
Insert the control card into the card slot making
sure it is facing the correct direction.
3
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The Basic Features screen appears in the
touch panel display.
Operation When User Restrictions are Enabled
Operations after Using Copy Functions
1
After making copies, remove the control card.
The touch panel display returns to the screen for inserting the control
card.
NOTICE
● After a control card is removed, it must be inserted again
before copies can be made.
Entering the Dept. ID and Password
When Department ID Management has been set, the department ID and password must be entered
before starting to make copies.
MEMO
● If you press the COPY key when you are not using the control card, the message “Insert a control card.”
appears in the touch panel display. Insert the control card into the card slot. (For details, see "Inserting the
Control Card," on p. 8-2.)
Appendix
Operations after the Turning Power ON
Press the
COPY
key.
The screen on the left appears.
MEMO
● For details on operations to carry out to turn the power ON,
see "Main Power and Control Panel Power," on p. 1-8.
2
Press the [DEPT. ID] key, and enter the department ID.
MEMO
●Enter the four-digit department ID with the Number
keys ( 0 - 9 ).
●If you make a mistake when entering values, press the
C key, and enter the values again.
Clear
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Entering the Dept. ID and Password
1
Operation When User Restrictions are Enabled
3
Press the [PASSWORD] key, and enter the password with the Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
MEMO
● Enter the four-digit password with the Number keys ( 0 9 ).
● If you make a mistake when entering the password, press
the C key, and enter the password again.
● If a password has not been set, proceed to step 4.
Clear
4
MNO
JKL
5
6
Start
8
Press the
ID
key.
The Basic Features screen appears in the touch panel display.
WXY
TUV
9
● If the department ID and/or password that you entered are
wrong, the message "Wrong ID or password" appears. Repeat
the procedure from step 2.
OPER
ID
0
Appendix
Operations after Using Copy Functions
MNO
JKL
5
6
Start
WXY
TUV
8
9
1
After copying is completed, press the
control panel.
ID
key on the
The screen for entering the department ID and password appears.
Entering the Dept. ID and Password
OPER
0
ID
● To make copies again, enter the department ID and password again.
NOTICE
● If you do not press the ID key after finishing your copy job,
any additional copies will be totaled under the same
department ID which you previously entered.
MEMO
● After making copies, the screen for entering the password
automatically appears after the set time has elapsed if you
forget to press the ID key. (See "Auto Clear Function," on p.
4-3.)
8–4
Using a Mail Box (When the printer
function is installed)
When printing data from a computer using this machine, you can first input the data to a
registered Mail Box, then print it whenever desired.
The printing operation is performed from this machine, enabling you to avoid mixing the
prints with copies and faxes. Also, you can set a password in the Mail Box, enabling you
to make prints while preventing other persons from observing the data in the Mail Box.
Print output from a Mail Box.
Data is sent to a
registered Mail Box.
Using a Mail Box (When the printer function is installed)
8–5
Appendix
NOTICE
● When the printer function is not installed with the Océ 3133/3140, the Mail Box function can not be used
either.
● When the optional expansion memory (32MB or 64MB) is not installed with the Océ 3133/3140, the Mail Box
can not be used either.
●In order to store documents in a Mail Box, you must set a Mail Box in advance. (See “Mail Box Setting/
Storing,” on p.4-37.)
●The Mail box can store up to 70 items (Available Box numbers : 00 to 99).
●Each Mail box can store up to 100 documents.
Using a Mail Box
Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box
You can print out documents stored in the Mail Box.
NOTICE
●To store a document in the Mail Box, it is necessary to perform the Mail Box setting beforehand. (See
“Mail Box Setting/Storing,” on p.4-37.)
1
Press the
FAX
Error
Data
PRINT•I/F
1
Guide
Error
GHI
2
JKL
key.
Clear
ABC
Reset
PRINT•I/F
MEMO
● Depending upon the setting, the initial screen for extended
functions may appear. In this case, press the [MAILBOX] key.
^
3
C
M
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2
Press the desired Mail Box number
MEMO
● You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the
Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box
3
Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password used when the Mail Box was
stored.(See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.4-37)
If a password has not been stored, this operation
is not required.
8–6
Using the Mail Box
4
Select the document you wish to print, and press
the [PRINT] key
5
The machine starts printing.
MEMO
● To cancel printing, press the [CANCEL] key.
●Data that has been printed is automatically deleted.
Appendix
Printing Documents stored in the Mail Box
8–7
Using the Mail Box
Printing Multiple Documents
You can print out multiple documents stored in the Mail Box.
NOTICE
● To store a document in the Mail Box, you need to set up and register the Mail Box beforehand. (See “Mail
Box Setting/Storing,” on p.4-37.)
1
Press the
FAX
Error
Data
PRINT•I/F
1
Guide
Error
GHI
2
JKL
key.
Clear
ABC
Reset
PRINT•I/F
MEMO
● Depending upon the setting, the initial screen for extended
functions may appear. In this case, press the [MAILBOX] key.
^
3
C
M
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2
Press the desired Mail Box number
Printing Multiple Documents
MEMO
● You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the
Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
3
Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password used when the Mail Box was
stored.(See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.4-37)
If a password has not been stored, this operation is
not required.
8–8
Using the Mail Box
4
Press the [MULTIPLE SELECT] key, and select the
documents you wish to print.
5
Press the [PRINT] key.
Appendix
6
The machine starts printing.
MEMO
● To cancel printing, press the [CANCEL] key.
● Date that has been printed is automatically
deleted.
Printing Multiple Documents
8–9
Using the Mail Box
Checking the Document’s Detailed Information
You can check the detailed information of documents stored in the Mail Box.
NOTICE
●To store a document in the Mail Box, you need to set up and register the Mail Box beforehand. (See “Mail
Box Setting/Storing,” on p.4-37.)
1
Press the
^
FAX
Error
Data
PRINT•I/F
1
Guide
Error
GHI
2
JKL
key.
Clear
ABC
Reset
PRINT•I/F
MEMO
● Depending upon the setting, the initial screen for extended
functions may appear. In this case, press the [MAILBOX] key.
3
C
M
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2
Press the desired Mail Box number.
MEMO
● You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the
Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
Checking the Document’s Detailed Information
3
Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password used when the Mail Box was
stored.(See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.4-37)
If a password has not been stored, this operation
is not required.
4
8–10
Select the document, and press the
[DETAILS] key.After checking the detailed information, press the [DONE] key.
Using the Mail Box
Erasing a Document from the Mail Box
You can erase a document stored in the Mail Box.
NOTICE
● To store a document in the Mail Box, you need to set up and register the Mail Box beforehand. (See “Mail
Box Setting/Storing,” on p.4-37.)
1
Press the
FAX
Error
Data
PRINT•I/F
1
Guide
Error
GHI
2
JKL
key.
Clear
ABC
Reset
PRINT•I/F
MEMO
● Depending upon the setting, the initial screen for extended
functions may appear. In this case, press the [MAILBOX] key.
^
3
C
M
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2
Press the desired Mail Box number.
3
Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password used when the Mail Box was
stored.(See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.4-37)
If a password has not been stored, this operation
is not required.
8–11
Erasing a Document from the Mail Box
MEMO
● You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the
Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
Using the Mail Box
4
Select the document, and press the [ERASE] key.
5
Check the document, and press the [YES] key.
If you do not wish to erase the document, press the [NO] key.
Appendix
6
Erasing a Document from the Mail Box
8–12
Press the [DONE] key.
Using the Mail Box
Erasing Multiple Documents
You can delete multiple documents stored in the Mail Box.
NOTICE
●To store a document in the Mail Box, you need to set up and register the Mail Box beforehand. (See “Mail
Box Setting/Storing,” on p.4-37.)
1
Press the
FAX
Error
Data
PRINT•I/F
1
Guide
Error
GHI
2
JKL
key.
Clear
ABC
Reset
PRINT•I/F
MEMO
● Depending upon the setting, the initial screen for extended
functions may appear. In this case, press the [MAILBOX] key.
^
3
C
M
Appendix
2
Press the desired Mail Box number.
3
Enter the password, and press the [OK] key.
MEMO
● Enter the password used when the Mail Box was
stored.(See "Mail Box Setting/Storing," on p.4-37)
If a password has not been stored, this operation
is not required.
8–13
Erasing Multiple Documents
MEMO
●You can directly enter the Mail Box number using the
Number keys ( 0 - 9 ).
Using Mail Box
4
Press the [MULTIPLE SELECT] key, and select the
documents to erase.
5
Press the [ERASE] key.
Appendix
6
Check the documents, and press the [YES]
key.
If you do not wish to erase the documents, press the [NO]
key.
Erasing Multiple Documents
7
8–14
Press the [DONE] key.
Checking Printing Status
You can check the printing status (Stand-by, Printing, etc.) and cancel printing using the
Print Monitor Screen.
NOTICE
●You cannot check the copying or Fax status or cancel copying or faxing operation, from the print status screen.
Checking Detailed Information for Printing Documents
1
Press the [PRINT MONITOR] key.
MEMO
● If FAX functions are also installed, after pressing the
[SYSTEM MONITOR] key, select the [PRINT MONITOR] key.
Select the document you wish to check the
detailed information for, and press the
[DETAILS] key.
After checking the detailed information,
press the [DONE] key.
Repeating this operation returns the display to the Basic
Features Screen.
8–15
Checking Detailed Information for Printing Documents
3
Appendix
2
Checking Printing Status
Canceling Printing
1
Press the [PRINT MONITOR] key.
MEMO
●If FAX functions are also installed, after pressing the [SYSTEM
MONITOR] key, select the [PRINT MONITOR] key.
2
Select the document to be canceled, and press
the [CANCEL] key.
Appendix
3
Press the [YES] key or [NO] key.
Canceling Printing
MEMO
●The canceled document is displayed as NG on
the Printing Job History screen.
4
Press the [DONE] key.
Repeating this operation returns the display to the
Basic Features Screen.
8–16
Checking Printing Status
Checking the Printing History
1
Press the [PRINT MONITOR] key.
MEMO
● If FAX functions are also installed, after pressing the [SYSTEM
MONITOR] key, select the [PRINT MONITOR] key.
2
Press the [PRINT LOG] key.
Appendix
3
After checking the printing job history, press
the [DONE] key.
MEMO
● When the document has been printed correctly,
OK is shown. Stop is shown for documents for
which printing has been cancelled.
8–17
Checking the Printing History
Repeating this operation returns the display to the Basic
Features Screen.
Main Specifications
Appendix
Main Specifications
Name
Canon imageRUNNER 400/330 Series
Type
Desktop
Platen
Stationary
Photoconductive material
OPC
Copying system
Laser Electrostatic Transfer System
Developing system
Toner Projection System
Fixing system
Heat Roller method
Resolution
600 dpi
Number of tones
256
Acceptable copy stock
Plain paper
Paper drawer : 17-lb bond to 20-lb bond (64g/m2 to 80g/m2)
Stack bypass : 17-lb bond to 32-lb bond (64g/m2 to 128g/m2)
Transparencies, labels (using the stack bypass), tracing paper
(Cassette and stack bypass can be used. However, if using a cassette
when the Finisher-E1 is installed, it is neccessary to set the "Special
cassette" setting.)
Acceptable originals
Sheet, books, 3-dimensional objects (Up to 4.4-lb bond or 2 kg)
Maximum original size
11" × 17"
Copy sizes
Paper drawer:
11" × 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR
Stack bypass:
11" × 17", LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR
Free Size (4-1/8" × 5-1/8" to 11" × 17")
Non-image areas
1/8" on all edges
Warm-up time
81 seconds max. (when main power is turned ON)
Activation time from Sleep mode
81 seconds max.
Activation time from Energy Saver mode @
Return Directly to Standard Mode
0 second
|10%
19 seconds max.
|25%
30 seconds max.
|40%
43 seconds max.
First copy time
6 seconds max. [LTR-size, 100% copying, AUTO Exposure Control,
1st Drawer (top drawer) selected]
8–18
Main Specifications
Copy speed
Direct(100%) 11" × 17"
LGL
LTR
LTRR
STMT
STMTR
11" × 17"➝ STMTR (50%)
11" × 17"➝ LTRR (64%)
11" × 17"➝ LGL (73%)
11" × 15"➝ LTRR (73%)
LGL➝ LTRR (78%)
40cpm
30cpm
23cpm
30cpm
30cpm
33cpm
30cpm
23cpm
30cpm
30cpm
Enlargement LGL➝ 11"×17"(121%)
LTRR➝ 11"×17"(141.4%)
STMTR➝11"×17"(200%)
19cpm
19cpm
19cpm
19cpm
19cpm
19cpm
Reduction
Magnification
imageRUNNER imageRUNNER
400 Series
330 Series
19cpm
19cpm
23cpm
23cpm
40cpm
33cpm
30cpm
30cpm
40cpm
33cpm
40cpm
33cpm
Direct
Reduction
Appendix
1:1.000
(100%)
1:0.786
(LGL➝LTR)
1:0.733
(11" × 17"➝LGL/11" × 15"➝LTR)
1:0.647
(11" × 17"➝LTR)
1:0.500
(11" × 17"➝STMT)
1:0.250
Enlargement 1:1.214
(LGL➝11" × 17")
1:1.294
(LTR➝11" × 17")
1:2.000
(STMT➝11" × 17")
1:4.000
1:8.000
Zoom
1:0.25 to 1:8.000
Dual Cassettes (500 sheets each )
Stack bypass [stack bypass: 50 sheets 20-lb bond (80 g/m2);
stack approx. 1/4" (5mm) high]
Multiple copies
999 sheets max.
Power source
120V 60 Hz
Max power consumption
1.5kW
Dimensions (H × W × D)
27-1/2" × 25-3/8" × 28-3/8" (699mm × 645mm × 720mm) (imageRUNNER 400E)
28-1/4" × 23" × 28-3/8" (717mm × 585mm × 720mm) (imageRUNNER 330E)
21-1/4" × 23" × 28-3/8" (538mm × 585mm × 720mm) (imageRUNNER 400S/330S*)
*Platen cover not attached
Installation space (W × D)
51" × 28-3/8" (1296mm × 720mm) (Dimensions when the DADF-A1 is
attached and the original output tray and copy tray are extended.)
47-1/2" × 28-3/8" (1195mm × 720mm) (Dimensions when the DADF-A1
is not attached and the original output tray and copy tray are extended.)
Weight
Approx. 224-lb bond (101.8 kg) (imageRUNNER 400E)
Approx. 221-lb bond (100.5 kg) (imageRUNNER 330E)
Approx. 183-lb bond (83.4 kg) (imageRUNNER 400S/330S)
Specifications are subject to change without notice for product improvement.
8–19
Main Specifications
Paper feeding system
Index
A
Additional Function Screen ........................................................................................................................ p. 6
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS key .............................................................................................................. p. 1-4
Additional Functions Settings Table ....................................................................................................... p. 4-5
ADS ........................................................................................................................................................ p. 4-8
APS ......................................................................................................................................................... p. 4-8
AUDIBLE TONES ................................................................................................................................... p. 4-8
Auto Clear Function ................................................................................................................................ p. 4-3
AUTO CLEAR TIME ............................................................................................................................. p. 4-26
AUTO COLLATE .................................................................................................................................. p. 4-32
Auto Drawer Switching ........................................................................................................................... p. 4-3
AUTO SLEEP TIME .............................................................................................................................. p. 4-25
Auto Sleep .............................................................................................................................................. p. 4-2
AUTO START ....................................................................................................................................... p. 2-28
AUTO ZOOM ........................................................................................................................................ p. 2-11
Automatic Adjustment of Exposure and Image Quality(A) .................................................................... p. 2-26
B
Basic Features Screen .............................................................................................................................. p. 3
BOOKLET ............................................................................................................................................. p. 3-11
Appendix
C
Index
Cassette Feeding Unit-R1 ...................................................................................................................... p. 7-5
Cassette Feeding Unit-S1 ....................................................................................................................... p. 7-3
CLEAR key ............................................................................................................................................. p. 1-4
Collate ................................................................................................................................................... p. 2-39
Common Functions ................................................................................................................................. p. 4-2
Consumables ........................................................................................................................................ p. 5-12
Control Card ........................................................................................................................................... p. 8-2
Control panel power switch ..................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
Control Panel .......................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
COPY EXPOSURE ............................................................................................................................... p. 2-24
COPY key ............................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
Copy Ratio by % ..................................................................................................................................... p. 2-9
COPY TOTALS ..................................................................................................................................... p. 4-21
Custom Settings for Copying, FAX and Printing ..................................................................................... p. 4-6
D
DADF-A1(Feeder) ................................................................................................................................. p. 7-11
DAILY TIMER SETTINGS .................................................................................................................... p. 4-27
Dept. ID and Password ........................................................................................................................... p. 8-4
DEPT. ID MANAGEMENT .................................................................................................................... p. 4-18
DIF. SIZE ORIGINAL ............................................................................................................................ p. 3-10
DRAWER ELIGIBILITY FOR APS/ADS ................................................................................................. p. 4-8
E
8 ON 1 .................................................................................................................................................. p. 3-21
8–20
Index
ENERGY SAVER key ............................................................................................................................. p. 1-4
Energy Saver Mode ................................................................................................................................ p. 4-3
Enlarging Originals ................................................................................................................................. p. 2-8
Entering Alphabet Characters ................................................................................................................. p. 1-6
Entering Special Letters .......................................................................................................................... p. 1-7
ENTIRE IMAGE .................................................................................................................................... p. 2-13
Error ...................................................................................................................................................... p. 6-19
EXPOSURE RECALIB. ........................................................................................................................ p. 4-28
F
4 ON 1 .................................................................................................................................................. p. 3-20
Face Down Copy Output ........................................................................................................................ p. 4-4
FAX key .................................................................................................................................................. p. 1-4
FAX MONITOR .......................................................................................................................................... p. 3
FEEDER CLEANING ............................................................................................................................ p. 6-17
Finisher-C1 ........................................................................................................................................... p. 7-16
Finisher-E1 ........................................................................................................................................... p. 7-34
FINISHER ............................................................................................................................................. p. 2-39
Flow of Copy Operations ........................................................................................................................ p. 1-9
FRAME ERASE .................................................................................................................................... p. 3-16
Group .................................................................................................................................................... p. 2-39
Guide Function Screen .............................................................................................................................. p. 7
GUIDE key .............................................................................................................................................. p. 1-4
Appendix
G
H
I
ID key ...................................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
IMAGE COMB. ..................................................................................................................................... p. 3-20
IMAGE REPEAT ................................................................................................................................... p. 3-30
IMAGE SEPARATION .......................................................................................................................... p. 3-24
INITIALIZE CUSTOM COMMON SETTINGS ....................................................................................... p. 4-24
INITIALIZE CUSTOM COPY SETTINGS ............................................................................................. p. 4-36
INTERRUPT key ..................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
INTERRUPT MODE ............................................................................................................................. p. 2-31
L
Loading Paper ........................................................................................................................................ p. 5-2
M
Mail Box Screen ......................................................................................................................................... p. 5
Mail Box Setting/Storing ....................................................................................................................... p. 4-37
8–21
Index
Horizontal placement ............................................................................................................................ p. 1-11
Index
Mail Box .................................................................................................................................................. p. 8-5
Main power ............................................................................................................................................. p. 1-8
Main Specifications ............................................................................................................................... p. 8-18
MARGIN ............................................................................................................................................... p. 3-14
MODE MEMORY .................................................................................................................................. p. 3-32
MULTI-PG ENLARGE .......................................................................................................................... p. 2-18
N
NEGA/POSI .......................................................................................................................................... p. 3-27
Number keys ........................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
O
1 TO 2 ................................................................................................................................................... p. 3-24
1 TO 2/2 → 1 SIDED ............................................................................................................................ p. 3-25
1 TO 4 ................................................................................................................................................... p. 3-24
One-touch dial buttons ............................................................................................................................ p. 1-4
Options ................................................................................................................................................. p. 5-13
Orientation of Originals ......................................................................................................................... p. 1-11
Output indication function ..................................................................................................................... p. 7-32
OVERLAY ............................................................................................................................................... p. 3-7
Appendix
P
Index
Paper Deck-B1 ....................................................................................................................................... p. 7-7
Paper jams .............................................................................................................................................. p. 6-2
PAPER SELECT ..................................................................................................................................... p. 2-2
Paper Supply Indicator Function ............................................................................................................. p. 4-4
Parts and Their Function ........................................................................................................................ p. 1-2
Photo Mode .......................................................................................................................................... p. 4-33
Placing Originals ................................................................................................................................... p. 1-11
Power indicator ....................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
Print Monitor Screen .................................................................................................................................. p. 5
PRINT MONITOR ...................................................................................................................................... p. 3
PRINT I/F key ......................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
Q
Quantity of Copy .................................................................................................................................. p. 2-27
R
RECALL ................................................................................................................................................ p. 3-39
Reducing Originals ................................................................................................................................. p. 2-8
RESET key ............................................................................................................................................. p. 1-4
ROLLER CLEANING ............................................................................................................................ p. 6-18
Rotate ................................................................................................................................................... p. 2-39
Routine Cleaning .................................................................................................................................. p. 6-16
8–22
Index
S
Saddle Finisher-C2 ............................................................................................................................... p. 7-16
Self-diagnostic Display ......................................................................................................................... p. 6-19
SHARPNESS ........................................................................................................................................ p. 3-28
SHIFT ................................................................................................................................................... p. 3-13
Sleep Function ........................................................................................................................................ p. 4-2
Special Features Screen ........................................................................................................................... p. 4
Stack Bypass .......................................................................................................................................... p. 2-4
Stamp Cartridge .................................................................................................................................... p. 7-12
STANDARD KEY SETTING ................................................................................................................. p. 4-31
STANDARD SETTINGS ....................................................................................................................... p. 4-33
Staple .................................................................................................................................................... p. 2-39
START key ............................................................................................................................................. p. 1-4
STOP key ............................................................................................................................................... p. 1-4
System Configuration ............................................................................................................................. p. 7-2
SYSTEM MONITOR .................................................................................................................................. p. 3
T
Vertical placement ................................................................................................................................ p. 1-11
X
XY ZOOM(different XY copy ratio) ....................................................................................................... p. 2-16
Z
ZOOM FINE ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................. p. 4-28
ZOOM PROGRAM ............................................................................................................................... p. 2-14
ZOOM(same XY copy ratio) ................................................................................................................. p. 2-14
8–23
Index
V
Appendix
2 ON 1 .................................................................................................................................................. p. 3-20
2 TO 4/2 → 1 SIDED ............................................................................................................................ p. 3-25
TIME UNTIL UNIT QUIETS DOWN ...................................................................................................... p. 4-26
Toner box ................................................................................................................................................ p. 5-8
Touch Panel Display .................................................................................................................................. p. 3
Touch panel ............................................................................................................................................ p. 1-4
TRACING PAPER CASSETTE SETTINGS ......................................................................................... p. 4-10
TRANSP. INTERLVING ........................................................................................................................... p.3-4
Troubleshooting Chap.6
TWO-PAGE SEPARATION .................................................................................................................... p. 3-2
Two-Sided Copying .............................................................................................................................. p. 2-33
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