FS-C8650DN - KYOCERA Document Solutions America

FS-C8650DN
OPERATION GUIDE
Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of FS-C8650DN
This Operation Guide is intended to help you operate the machine correctly, perform routine maintenance and
take a simple troubleshooting action as necessary, so that you can always use the machine in good condition.
Please read this Operation Guide before you start using the machine.
We recommend the use of our own brand supplies. We will not be liable for any damage caused by the use of
third party supplies in this machine.
A label shown in the illustration assures that the supplies are our own brand.
Included Guides
The following guides are supplied with the machine. Refer to them as necessary.
Quick Installation Guide
Describes the procedures for installation of the machine.
Safety Guide
Provides safety and cautionary information for the installation and use of the
machine. Be sure to read this guide before using the machine.
Safety Guide (FS-C8650DN) Describes the machine installation space, cautionary space, and other
information. Be sure to read this guide before using the machine.
Product Library disc
Operation Guide (This
Guide)
Describes how to load paper, basic print operations, and troubleshooting.
Data Security Kit (E)
Operation Guide
Explains the installation and setting methods for the Data Security Kit.
Card Authentication Kit (B) Describes how to authenticate to the machine using the ID card.
Operation Guide
Command Center RX User Describes how to access the machine from a computer via a Web browser to
Guide
check and change settings.
Printer Driver User Guide
Describes how to install the printer driver and use printer functionality.
KYOCERA Net Direct Print Describes how to use functionality for printing PDF files without launching
Operation Guide
Adobe Acrobat or Reader.
KYOCERA Net Viewer User Describes how to monitor the network printing system with KYOCERA Net
Guide
Viewer.
PRESCRIBE Commands
Technical Reference
Describes the native printer language (PRESCRIBE commands).
PRESCRIBE Commands
Command Reference
Describes PRESCRIBE command functionality and control for each type of
emulation.
Safety Conventions in This Guide
The sections of this guide and parts of the machine marked with symbols are safety warnings meant to protect the
user, other individuals and surrounding objects, and ensure correct and safe usage of the machine. The symbols and
their meanings are indicated below.
WARNING: Indicates that serious injury or even death may result from insufficient attention to or incorrect
compliance with the related points.
CAUTION: Indicates that personal injury or mechanical damage may result from insufficient attention to or
incorrect compliance with the related points.
Symbols
The U symbol indicates that the related section includes safety warnings. Specific points of attention are indicated
inside the symbol.
... [General warning]
... [Warning of high temperature]
The
symbol indicates that the related section includes information on prohibited actions. Specifics of the prohibited
action are indicated inside the symbol.
... [Warning of prohibited action]
... [Disassembly prohibited]
The z symbol indicates that the related section includes information on actions which must be performed. Specifics
of the required action are indicated inside the symbol.
... [Alert of required action]
... [Remove the power plug from the outlet]
... [Always connect the machine to an outlet with a ground connection]
Please contact your service representative to order a replacement if the safety warnings in this Operation Guide are
illegible or if the guide itself is missing (fee required).
Note An original which resembles a bank note closely may not be copied properly in some rare cases
because this machine is equipped with a counterfeiting prevention function.
Contents
Legal and Safety Information
1 Part Names
Exterior / Cassettes ......................................................................................................................................... 1-2
Interior/Connectors .......................................................................................................................................... 1-3
When options are installed ............................................................................................................................. 1-4
Operation Panel ............................................................................................................................................... 1-5
2 Preparation before Use
Power On/Off .................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
Changing Network Interface Parameters ....................................................................................................... 2-3
Printing a Status Page ..................................................................................................................................... 2-7
Installing Software ........................................................................................................................................... 2-8
Status Monitor ................................................................................................................................................ 2-14
Uninstalling Software (Windows) ................................................................................................................. 2-17
Command Center RX ..................................................................................................................................... 2-18
Loading Paper ................................................................................................................................................ 2-20
Registering a page size ................................................................................................................................. 2-36
Energy Saver Function .................................................................................................................................. 2-37
Operation Panel ............................................................................................................................................. 2-38
Keys ................................................................................................................................................................ 2-40
Using the Menu Selection System ............................................................................................................... 2-43
Setting a Mode Selection Menu .................................................................................................................... 2-45
3 Printing
Printing - Printing from Applications ............................................................................................................. 3-2
Loading Envelopes .......................................................................................................................................... 3-5
Banner printing ................................................................................................................................................ 3-8
Secure Pull Printing (Optional Feature) ....................................................................................................... 3-12
4 Document Box
Document Box .................................................................................................................................................. 4-2
Custom Box ...................................................................................................................................................... 4-3
Job Box ........................................................................................................................................................... 4-24
5 Status Menu
Displaying the Status Menu Screen ............................................................................................................... 5-2
Job Status ......................................................................................................................................................... 5-2
Job Log ............................................................................................................................................................. 5-4
USB Keyboard .................................................................................................................................................. 5-5
Wireless Network ............................................................................................................................................. 5-6
6 Operation Panel
Report Print ...................................................................................................................................................... 6-2
USB Memory (USB memory selection) .......................................................................................................... 6-7
Counter (Viewing the counter value) ........................................................................................................... 6-16
Paper Settings ................................................................................................................................................ 6-18
Print Settings .................................................................................................................................................. 6-28
Network (Network settings) .......................................................................................................................... 6-40
Optional network (Optional Network settings) ............................................................................................ 6-48
Device Common (Selecting/Setting the common device) .......................................................................... 6-59
Security (Security function setting) ............................................................................................................. 6-84
User/Job Account (User Login Setting/Job Account setting) ................................................................... 6-98
Adjust/Maint. (Adjust/Maintenance selection/setting) .............................................................................. 6-119
Op Functions (Optional application settings) ........................................................................................... 6-129
Shut down (Shutting down the machine) .................................................................................................. 6-133
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7 Maintenance
Toner Container Replacement ........................................................................................................................ 7-2
Waste Toner Box Replacement ...................................................................................................................... 7-5
Replacing Staples ............................................................................................................................................ 7-8
Emptying the Punch Waste Box (Option) .................................................................................................... 7-13
Cleaning .......................................................................................................................................................... 7-15
8 Troubleshooting
General Guidelines .......................................................................................................................................... 8-2
Print Quality Problems .................................................................................................................................... 8-3
Error Messages ................................................................................................................................................ 8-6
Clearing Paper Jams ...................................................................................................................................... 8-16
Appendix
Optional Equipment .........................................................................................................................................A-2
Character Entry Method ..................................................................................................................................A-6
Paper .................................................................................................................................................................A-9
Specifications .................................................................................................................................................A-17
Glossary ..........................................................................................................................................................A-24
Index
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Legal and Safety Information
CAUTION NO LIABILITY IS ASSUMED FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY IMPROPER INSTALLATION.
Notice on Software
SOFTWARE USED WITH THIS PRINTER MUST SUPPORT THE PRINTER'S EMULATION MODE. The printer is factoryset to emulate the PCL.
Notice
The information in this guide is subject to change without notification. Additional pages may be inserted in future editions.
The user is asked to excuse any technical inaccuracies or typographical errors in the present edition.
No responsibility is assumed if accidents occur while the user is following the instructions in this guide. No responsibility is
assumed for defects in the printer's firmware (contents of its read-only memory).
This guide, any copyrightable subject matter sold or provided with or in connection with the sale of the page printer, are
protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. Copying or other reproduction of all or part of this guide, any copyrightable
subject matter without the prior written consent of KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. is prohibited. Any copies made of all
or part of this guide, any copyrightable subject must contain the same copyright notice as the material from which the
copying is done.
Regarding Trade Names
• PRESCRIBE, KPDL and ECOSYS are trademarks of Kyocera Corporation.
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 and
Internet Explorer are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.A. and/or other countries.
• PCL is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company.
• Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader and PostScript are trademarks of Adobe Systems, Incorporated.
• Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
• Novell is registered trademarks of Novell, Inc.
• IBM and IBM PC/AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
• Bonjour, Macintosh, and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
• All European language fonts installed in this machine are used under licensing agreement with Monotype Imaging Inc.
• Helvetica, Palatino and Times are registered trademarks of Linotype GmbH.
• ITC Avant Garde Gothic, ITC Bookman, ITC ZapfChancery and ITC ZapfDingbats are registered trademarks of
International Typeface Corporation.
• UFST™ MicroType® fonts by Monotype Imaging Inc. are installed in this machine.
• ThinPrint is a trademark of Cortado AG in Germany and other countries.
All other brands and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. The
designations ™ and ® will not be used in this Operation Guide.
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License Agreements
GPL/LGPL
This product contains GPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html) and/or LGPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html)
software as part of its firmware. You can get the source code, and you are permitted to copy, redistribute and modify it under
the terms of GPL/LGPL.
For further information including availability of the source code, visit http://www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.com/gpl/.
Open SSL License
Copyright © 1998-2006 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following
conditions are met:
1
Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
2
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3
All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgment:
"This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://
www.openssl.org/)"
4
The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and "OpenSSL Project" must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without prior written permission.
For written permission, please contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
5
Products derived from this software may not be called "OpenSSL" nor may "OpenSSL" appear in their names without
prior written permission of the OpenSSL Project.
6
Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software
developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http:// www.openssl.org/)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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Original SSLeay License
Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The implementation was written so as
to conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are adhered to. The following
conditions apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The
SSL documentation included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms except that the holder is Tim
Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in the code are not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution as the author of the parts of the library used.
This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual) provided with the
package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following
conditions are met:
1
Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3
All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement:
"This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)"
The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines from the library being used are not cryptographic related :-).
4
If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the apps directory (application code) you must
include an acknowledgement:
"This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT
OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
The licence and distribution terms for any publically available version or derivative of this code cannot be changed. i.e. this
code cannot simply be copied and put under another distribution licence [including the GNU Public Licence.]
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Monotype Imaging License Agreement
1
Software shall mean the digitally encoded, machine readable, scalable outline data as encoded in a special format as
well as the UFST Software.
2
You agree to accept a non-exclusive license to use the Software to reproduce and display weights, styles and versions
of letters, numerals, characters and symbols (Typefaces) solely for your own customary business or personal
purposes at the address stated on the registration card you return to Monotype Imaging. Under the terms of this
License Agreement, you have the right to use the Fonts on up to three printers. If you need to have access to the fonts
on more than three printers, you need to acquire a multi-user license agreement which can be obtained from
Monotype Imaging. Monotype Imaging retains all rights, title and interest to the Software and Typefaces and no rights
are granted to you other than a License to use the Software on the terms expressly set forth in this Agreement.
3
To protect proprietary rights of Monotype Imaging, you agree to maintain the Software and other proprietary
information concerning the Typefaces in strict confidence and to establish reasonable procedures regulating access to
and use of the Software and Typefaces.
4
You agree not to duplicate or copy the Software or Typefaces, except that you may make one backup copy. You agree
that any such copy shall contain the same proprietary notices as those appearing on the original.
5
This License shall continue until the last use of the Software and Typefaces, unless sooner terminated. This License
may be terminated by Monotype Imaging if you fail to comply with the terms of this License and such failure is not
remedied within thirty (30) days after notice from Monotype Imaging. When this License expires or is terminated, you
shall either return to Monotype Imaging or destroy all copies of the Software and Typefaces and documentation as
requested.
6
You agree that you will not modify, alter, disassemble, decrypt, reverse engineer or decompile the Software.
7
Monotype Imaging warrants that for ninety (90) days after delivery, the Software will perform in accordance with
Monotype Imaging-published specifications, and the diskette will be free from defects in material and workmanship.
Monotype Imaging does not warrant that the Software is free from all bugs, errors and omissions.
The parties agree that all other warranties, expressed or implied, including warranties of fitness for a particular
purpose and merchantability, are excluded.
8
Your exclusive remedy and the sole liability of Monotype Imaging in connection with the Software and Typefaces is
repair or replacement of defective parts, upon their return to Monotype Imaging.
In no event will Monotype Imaging be liable for lost profits, lost data, or any other incidental or consequential damages,
or any damages caused by abuse or misapplication of the Software and Typefaces.
9
Massachusetts U.S.A. law governs this Agreement.
10 You shall not sublicense, sell, lease, or otherwise transfer the Software and/or Typefaces without the prior written
consent of Monotype Imaging.
11 Use, duplication or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in the Rights in Technical Data
and Computer Software clause at FAR 252-227-7013, subdivision (b)(3)(ii) or subparagraph (c)(1)(ii), as appropriate.
Further use, duplication or disclosure is subject to restrictions applicable to restricted rights software as set forth in
FAR 52.227-19 (c)(2).
12 You acknowledge that you have read this Agreement, understand it, and agree to be bound by its terms and
conditions. Neither party shall be bound by any statement or representation not contained in this Agreement. No
change in this Agreement is effective unless written and signed by properly authorized representatives of each party.
By opening this diskette package, you agree to accept the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
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Compliance and Conformity
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 and
Part 18 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
• The use of a non-shielded interface cable with the referenced device is prohibited.
CAUTION — The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions; (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
* The above warning is valid only in the United States of America.
Interface connectors
IMPORTANT Be sure to power off the printer before connecting or disconnecting an interface cable. For protection
against static electricity discharge to the printer's internal electronics through the interface connector(s), cover any
interface connector that is not in use with the protective cap supplied.
Note Use shielded interface cables.
Canadian Department of Communications Compliance Statement
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Avis de conformité aux normes du ministère des Communications du
Canada
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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Energy Saving Control Function
The device comes equipped with a Low Power Mode where energy consumption is reduced after a certain amount of time
elapses since the device was last used, as well as a Sleep where printer and fax functions remain in a waiting state but
power consumption is still reduced to a minimum when there is no activity with the device within a set amount of time.
Sleep
The device automatically enters Sleep when 60 minutes have passed since the device was last used. The amount of time
of no activity that must pass before Sleep is activated may be lengthened. For more information refer to Sleep section.
Low Power Mode
The device automatically enters Low Power Mode when 5 minutes have passed since the device was last used. The
amount of time of no activity that must pass before Low Power Mode is activated may be lengthened. For more information
refer to Low Power Mode section.
Automatic 2-Sided Print Function
This device includes 2-sided copying as a standard function. For example, by copying two 1-sided originals onto a single
sheet of paper as a 2-sided copy, it is possible to lower the amount of paper used. For more information refer to Duplex
(Setting the duplex printing) on page 6-30.
Printing in duplex mode reduces paper consumption and contributes to the conservation of forest resources. Duplex mode
also reduces the amount of paper that must be purchased, and thereby reduces cost. It is recommended that machines
capable of duplex printing be set to use duplex mode by default.
Resource Saving - Paper
For the preservation and sustainable use of forest resources, it is recommended that recycled as well as virgin paper
certified under environmental stewardship initiatives or carrying recognised ecolabels, which meet EN 12281:2002*1 or an
equivalent quality standard, be used.
This machine also supports printing on 64 g/m2 paper. Using such paper containing less raw materials can lead to further
saving of forest resources.
*1: EN12281:2002 "Printing and business paper - Requirements for copy paper for dry toner imaging processes"
Your sales or service representative can provide information about recommended paper types.
Environmental benefits of "Power Management"
To reduce power consumption when idle, this machine is equipped with a power management function that automatically
activates energy-saving mode when the machine is idle for a certain period of time.
Although it takes the machine a slight amount of time to return to READY mode when in energy-saving mode, a significant
reduction in energy consumption is possible. It is recommended that the machine be used with the activation time for
energy-saving mode set to the default setting.
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Energy Star (ENERGY STAR®) Program
We have determined as a participating company in the International Energy Star Program that this product
is compliant with the standards laid out in the International Energy Star Program.
ENERGY STAR® is a voluntary energy efficiency program with the goal of developing and promoting the
use of products with high energy efficiency in order to help prevent global warming. By purchasing
ENERGY STAR® qualified products, customers can help reduce emissions of greenhouse gases during
product use and cut energy-related costs.
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Environment
The service environmental conditions are as follows:
• Temperature: 50 to 90.5 °F (10 to 32.5 °C)
• Humidity: 15 to 80 %
However, adverse environmental conditions may affect the image quality. It is recommended to use the machine at a
temperature: around 60.8 to 80.6 °F or less (16 to 27 °C), humidity: around 36 to 65%. Avoid the following locations when
selecting a site for the machine.
• Avoid locations near a window or with exposure to direct sunlight.
• Avoid locations with vibrations.
• Avoid locations with drastic temperature fluctuations.
• Avoid locations with direct exposure to hot or cold air.
• Avoid poorly ventilated locations.
If the floor is delicate against casters, when this machine is moved after installation, the floor material may be damaged.
During printing, some ozone is released, but the amount does not cause any ill effect to one’s health. If, however, the
machine is used over a long period of time in a poorly ventilated room or when printing an extremely large number of copies,
the smell may become unpleasant. To maintain the appropriate environment for print work, it is suggested that the room be
properly ventilated.
Cautions when Handling Consumables
Do not attempt to incinerate the toner container or unit. Dangerous sparks may cause burns.
Keep the toner container and unit out of the reach of children.
If toner happens to spill from the toner container or unit, avoid inhalation and ingestion, as well as contact with your eyes
and skin.
• If you do happen to inhale toner, move to a place with fresh air and gargle thoroughly with a large amount of water. If
coughing develops, contact a physician.
• If you do happen to ingest toner, rinse your mouth out with water and drink 1 or 2 cups of water to dilute the contents of
your stomach. If necessary, contact a physician.
• If you do happen to get toner in your eyes, flush them thoroughly with water. If there is any remaining tenderness,
contact a physician.
• If toner does happen to get on your skin, wash with soap and water.
Do not attempt to force open or destroy the toner container or unit.
Other precautions
Return the exhausted toner container and waste toner box to your dealer or service representative. The collected toner
container and waste toner box will be recycled or disposed in accordance with the relevant regulations.
Store the machine while avoiding exposure to direct sunlight.
Store the machine in a place where the temperature stays below 40ºC while avoiding sharp changes of temperature and
humidity.
If the machine will not be used for an extended period of time, remove the paper from the cassette and the Multi Purpose
(MP) Tray, return it to its original package and reseal it.
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SAFETY OF LASER BEAM (USA)
1. Safety of laser beam
This machine has been certified by the manufacturer to Class 1 level under the radiation performance standards established
by the U.S.DHHS (Department of Health and Human Services) in 1968. This indicates that the product is safe to use during
normal operation and maintenance. The laser optical system, enclosed in a protective housing and sealed within the
external covers, never permits the laser beam to escape.
2. The CDRH Act
A laser-product-related act was implemented on Aug. 2, 1976, by the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH)
of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This act prohibits the sale of laser products in the U.S. without certification,
and applies to laser products manufactured after Aug. 1, 1976. The label shown below indicates compliance with the CDRH
regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States. On this machine, the label is on the right.
FS-C8650DN
3. Optical unit
When checking the optical unit, avoid direct exposure to the laser beam, which is invisible. Shown at below is the label
located on the cover of the optical unit.
4. Maintenance
For safety of the service personnel, follow the maintenance instructions in the other section of this manual.
5. Safety switch
The power to the laser unit is cut off when the right cover is opened.
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Safety Instructions Regarding the Disconnection of Power
Caution: The power plug is the main isolation device! Other switches on the equipment are only functional switches and
are not suitable for isolating the equipment from the power source.
Attention: Le débranchement de la fiche secteur est le seul moyen de mettre l’appareil hors tension. Les interrupteurs sur
l’appareil ne sont que des interrupteurs de fonctionnement: ils ne mettent pas l’appareil hors tension.
WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 and
Part 18 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
•
The use of a non-shielded interface cable with the referenced device is prohibited.
CAUTION — The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device contains the module, which complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions; (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Radio Tag Technology
In some countries the radio tag technology used in this equipment to identify the toner container may be subject to
authorization and the use of this equipment may consequently be restricted.
Other precautions (for users in California, the United States)
This product contains a CR Coin Lithium Battery which contains Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
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Laser Safety (Europe)
Laser radiation could be hazardous to the human body. For this reason, laser radiation emitted inside this machine is
hermetically sealed within the protective housing and external cover. In the normal operation of the product by user, no
radiation can leak from the machine.
This machine is classified as Class 1 laser product under IEC/EN 60825-1:2007.
Caution: Performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
These labels are attached to the laser scanner unit inside the machine and are not in a user access area.
The label shown below is attached on the right side of the machine.
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About the Operation Guide
This Operation Guide has the following chapters:
Chapter 1 - Part Names
This chapter explains the names of parts.
Chapter 2 - Preparation before Use
This chapter explains the preparations and settings necessary before use and the method for loading paper.
Chapter 3 - Printing
This chapter explains the method for printing from a computer.
Chapter 4 - Document Box
This chapter explains about the Document Box function.
Chapter 5- Status Menu
This chapter explains how to check the job status and job history.
Chapter 6 - Operation Panel
This chapter explains how to use the operation panel to configure the printer.
Chapter 7 - Maintenance
This chapter explains about the replacement of toner container and the cleaning of the printer.
Chapter 8 - Troubleshooting
This chapter explains how to handle error messages, paper jams and other problems.
Appendix
This section explains the method for entering characters, an introduction to optional products and the printer specifications.
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Conventions
This manual uses the following conventions.
Convention
Description
Example
Italic Typeface
Used to emphasize a key word, phrase To replace the toner container, refer to Toner
or reference to additional information. Container Replacement on page 7-27.
Bold
Used to denote buttons on the
software.
To start printing, click OK.
Bracket Bold
Used to denote operation panel keys.
Press [OK] to resume printing.
Note
Used to provide additional or useful
information about a function or feature.
Important
Used to provide important information. IMPORTANT Ensure paper is not folded, curled, or
Note Check with your network administrator
for the network address settings.
damaged.
Caution
Indicates what must be observed to
prevent injury or machine breakdown
and how to deal with it.
CAUTION The fuser unit inside the printer
is hot. Do not touch it with your hands as it
may result in burn injury.
Warning
Used to alert users to the possibility of
personal injury.
WARNING If you ship the printer, remove
and pack the developer unit in a plastic bag
and ship them separately from the printer.
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1
Part Names
This chapter identifies the machine parts and operation panel keys.
Exterior / Cassettes ............................................................................................................................... 1-2
Interior/Connectors................................................................................................................................ 1-3
When options are installed ................................................................................................................... 1-4
Operation Panel ..................................................................................................................................... 1-5
1
Part Names
Exterior / Cassettes
1
9
10
2
3
4
11
2
Main Tray
3
Paper stopper
4
Job Separator
5
Operation Panel
6
USB Memory Slot (A1)
7
Right Cover 1 Lever
8
Right Cover 1
9
Paper Length Guide
7
8
19
20
21
22
13
Front Cover
6
14
15
16
17
18
12
1
5
10 Paper Width Adjusting Tab
11 (Paper Width Guide) Lock
12 Cassette 1
13 Cassette 2
14 Right Cover 2 Lever
15 Right Cover 2
16 Paper Width Guide
17 Main Power Switch
18 Multi Purpose Tray
19 Support Tray Section of the Multi Purpose Tray
20 Right Cover 3 Lever
21 Right Cover 3
22 Handles
1-2
Part Names
Interior/Connectors
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
Network Interface Connector
2
USB Port (A2)
3
USB Interface Connector (B1)
4
Option Interface
5
Toner Container (Black)
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Toner Container (Magenta)
Toner Container (Cyan)
Toner Container (Yellow)
Handles
Cleaning Brush
Release key
Waste Toner Box
Waste Toner Tray
Toner Container Release Lever
1-3
11
12
13
14
Part Names
When options are installed
1
3-f
3-c
3-d
3-a
3-e
3-b
2
3-h
1
Mailbox
2
Document Finisher
3
Cassette 3 to 7
• 3-a: Cassette 3
3-g
• 3-b: Cassette 4
• 3-c: Cassette 5
• 3-d: Cassette 6
• 3-e: Cassette 7
• 3-f: Cassette 5
• 3-g: Cassette 3 or 6
• 3-h: Cassette 4 or 7
1-4
3
Part Names
Operation Panel
1
2
3
8
4
9
5
10
6
11
12
7
13
1
Message Display
2
[Right Select] Key
3
[Left Select] Key
4
[Logout] Key
5
[Menu] Key
6
[Back] Key
7
Numeric Keys
8
[Cancel] Key
9
Arrow Keys
14
10 [OK] Key
11 [Clear] Key
12 [Document Box] Key
13 Ready Indicator
14 Data Indicator
15 Attention Indicator
1-5
15
Part Names
1-6
2
Preparation before Use
This chapter contains explanations on the following topics:
Power On/Off .......................................................................................................................................... 2-2
Changing Network Interface Parameters............................................................................................. 2-3
Printing a Status Page ........................................................................................................................... 2-7
Installing Software ................................................................................................................................. 2-8
Status Monitor ...................................................................................................................................... 2-14
Uninstalling Software (Windows) ....................................................................................................... 2-17
Command Center RX ........................................................................................................................... 2-18
Loading Paper ...................................................................................................................................... 2-20
Energy Saver Function........................................................................................................................ 2-37
Operation Panel ................................................................................................................................... 2-38
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Preparation before Use
Power On/Off
Power On
Turn the main power switch on.
IMPORTANT When turning off the main power switch, do not turn on
the main power switch again immediately. Wait more than 5 seconds,
and then turn on the main power switch.
Power Off
CAUTION The hard disk may be operating when the Data indicator is lit or blinking. Turning off the main
power switch while the hard disk is operating may cause damage.
Note that when the main power switch is turned off, the machine will be unable to automatically receive print
data from computers.
Shut down.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
Completed.
Turn the main power
switch off.
1
2
3
Make sure that the Data indicator off.
4
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
5
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]).The display will show "Completed. Turn
the main power switch off.".
6
Switch off the main power switch.
Press [Menu].
Press U or V to select Shut down.
]
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Preparation before Use
Changing Network Interface Parameters
This printer supports TCP/IP, TCP/IP (IPv6), IPP, SSL Server and the IPSec protocols and Security Level.
The table below shows the items required for each of the settings.
Configure the printer's network parameters as appropriate for your PC and your network environment.
Menu
Submenu
Network
TCP/IP Settings
Setting
TCP/IP
On/Off
IPv4 Setting
IPv6 Setting
Protocol Detail
Restart Network
DHCP
On/Off
Auto-IP
On/Off
IP Address
IP address
Subnet Mask
Mask value
Default Gateway
Gateway address
Bonjour
On/Off
TCP/IP(IPv6)
On/Off
RA(Stateless)
On/Off
DHCPv6
On/Off
NetBEUI
On/Off
SNMPv3
On/Off
FTP(Server)
On/Off
SNMP
On/Off
SMTP
On/Off
POP3
On/Off
RAW Port
On/Off
LPD
On/Off
HTTP
On/Off
LDAP
On/Off
Yes/No
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Menu
Submenu
Setting
Security
Network Security
WSD-PRINT
On/Off
Enhanced WSD
On/Off
EnhancedWSD(SSL)
On/Off
IPP
On/Off
SSL Setting
SSL
Off/On
On/Off
Encryption
AES/DES/3DES
IPP over SSL
On/Off
HTTPS
On/Off
IPSec
On/Off
Thin Print
Off/On
On/Off
Thin Print over SSL
On/Off
LAN Interface
Auto/10BASE-Half/
10BASE-Full/
100BASE-Half/
100BASE-Full/
1000BASE-T
Note After all network related settings have been done, turn the machine OFF and ON again. This is mandatory to
make the settings effective!
Network Settings
This section explains the settings for when DHCP is used or when an IP Address is entered while TCP(IPv4) is selected.
For details of the settings, refer to Network (Network settings) on page 6-40. Also, for how to use the Menu Selection
System, refer to Using the Menu Selection System on page 2-43.
Note When entering an IP Address manually, check the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway with the
system administrator.
Menu:
a b
1
Report Print
********************2 USB Memory
3 Counter
[ Exit
]
a b
Network:
1
TCP/IP Settings
********************2 Restart Network
[
Exit
1
While the printer displays Ready to print., Please wait.,
Sleeping. and Processing., press [Menu]. The Mode Selection
Menu is displayed.
2
3
Press U or V to select Network.
Press [OK]. The Network menu screen appears.
]
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Preparation before Use
Checking that TCP/IP is On
This is an explanation of the method for setting for IPv4, but TCP/IP should also be On when setting for IPv6.
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
********************2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
a b
TCP/IP:
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
4
Select TCP/IP Settings and press [OK]. The TCP/IP Settings
menu screen appears.
5
6
Press U or V to select TCP/IP.
7
Check that On is selected. If Off is selected, then press U or V to
select On.
Press [OK]. The TCP/IP screen appears.
Note "*" is displayed for the setting which has been
selected.
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
********************2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
8
Press [OK]. The TCP/IP setting is set and the TCP/IP Setting. menu
reappears.
Switching DHCP to Off or On
Select On when using a DHCP server to automatically obtain an IP Address. Select Off to enter an IP Address.
a b
IPv4 Setting:
1
DHCP
********************2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
DHCP:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
9
10
Press U or V to select IPv4 Setting.
11
12
Press U or V to select DHCP.
13
Press U or V to select Off or On.
Press [OK]. The IPv4 Setting menu screen appears.
Press [OK]. The DHCP screen appears.
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IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
********************2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
14
Press [OK]. The DHCP setting is set and the IPv4 Setting menu
reappears.
Note DHCP becomes effective when On is selected. Press
[Menu] to end the Mode Selection Menu.
When Off is set, continue on to enter the IP Address.
Entering the IP address
If DHCP is set to Off, enter the IP Address manually.
a b
IP Address:
/**0.
0.
0.
15
16
Press U or V to select IP Address.
17
Use the numeric keys to set the IP address.
Press [OK]. The IP Address screen appears.
0
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
Increase or reduce the figures by pressing U or V.
Use Y and Z to move the position being entered, which is shown
highlighted.
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
********************2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
18
Press [OK]. The IP address is stored and the IPv4 Setting menu
reappears.
Entering the Subnet Mask
When DHCP is set to Off, enter the Subnet Mask manually.
a b
Subnet Mask:
/**0.
0.
0.
19
20
Press U or V to select Subnet Mask.
21
Use the numeric keys to set the subnet mask.
Press [OK]. The Subnet Mask screen appears.
0
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
The method for entering is the same as for the IP Address.
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
********************2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
22
Press [OK]. The subnet mask setting is stored and the IPv4 Setting
menu reappears.
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Preparation before Use
Entering the Default Gateway
When DHCP is set to Off, enter the Default Gateway manually.
a b
Default Gateway:
/**0.
0.
0.
23
24
Press U or V to select Default Gateway.
25
Use the numeric keys to set the default gateway.
Press [OK]. The Default Gateway screen appears.
0
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
The method for entering is the same as for the IP Address.
26
Press [OK]. The default gateway is stored and the IPv4 Setting menu
reappears.
This completes the network settings. Press [Menu] and end the
Mode Selection Menu.
Note When the network settings have been changed, the
machine must be switched OFF then back ON again to make
the changes effective.
Printing a Status Page
After completing the network settings, print a status page. The status page allows you to confirm a range of information,
including network addresses and network protocols.
To print a status page, select Status Page from the Report Print menu. Refer to Report Print on page 6-2 for detailed
information.
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Preparation before Use
Installing Software
If you are connecting this machine to a Windows PC, follow the next steps to install the software. The example shows
you how to connect your machine to a Windows 7 PC.
The following softwares are supported:
Software on CD-ROM (Windows)
Express Mode or Custom Mode can be selected for the installation method. The software that can be installed and the
printer port selection method vary depending on which method is selected.
Installation Method
Software
Function
Description
KX driver
Print
This driver enables files on a computer to be
printed by the machine. Multiple page description
languages (PCL XL, KPD, etc.) are supported by
a single driver. This printer driver allows you to
take full advantage of the features of the machine.
Use this driver to print PDF files.
Express
Mode
*
KX (XPS) printer driver
This printer driver supports the XPS (XML Paper
Specification) format developed by Microsoft
Corporation.
—
Mini printer driver
(PCL/KPDL)
This is a Microsoft MiniDriver that supports PCL
and KPDL. There are some restrictions on the
machine features and option features that can be
used with this driver.
—
This makes it possible to print a PDF file without
starting Adobe Acrobat/Reader.
—
This is a utility that enables monitoring of the
machine on the network.
—
KYOCERA Net Direct
Print
Utility
KYOCERA Net Viewer
Font
—
These are display fonts that enable the machine’s
built-in fonts to be used in a software application.
Custom
Mode
*
● Standard installation.
○ Allows selection of the components to be installed.
* Selected by default.
Note Plug and Play is disabled on this device when in Sleep. Wake the device from Sleep before continuing. Refer
to Sleep on page 2-37.
2-8
Preparation before Use
Installing Printer Driver in Windows
Note Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
If the Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box displays, select Cancel.
If the autorun screen is displayed, click Run Setup.exe.
If the user account management window appears, click Allow.
You can use either Express Mode or Custom Mode to install the software. Express Mode automatically detects connected
machines and installs the required software. Use Custom Mode if you want to specify the printer port and select the software
to be installed. For details, refer to Custom Installation in the Printer Driver User Guide on the CD-ROM.
Note In Windows operating systems, you must be logged on with administrator rights to install the printer driver.
1 Insert the CD-ROM.
2
Click View License Agreement and read the License Agreement.
Click Accept.
3
Click Install Software.
4
Click Express Mode.
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5
Click OK.
6
Select the print system to be installed and click Next.
Note If the print system detection window appears and the
installer fails to detect the machine, verify that it is connected
to the computer via a network or USB cable and that it is
turned on and click Reload.
7
Select installation settings. Follow the instructions on the screen to
select the settings, and click Next.
8
Click Install.
Note If the Windows security window appears, click Install
this driver software anyway.
9
A message appears saying that the printer has been installed
successfully. Click Finish.
This completes the printer driver installation procedure. Follow the on-screen instructions to restart the system, if required.
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Preparation before Use
Installing Printer Driver in Macintosh
The example shows you how to connect your machine to a Macintosh running MAC OS X v10.6.
Note Installation on MAC OS must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
When printing from a Macintosh computer, set the machine’s emulation to [KPDL] or [KPDL(Auto)].
For details about the configuration method, refer to Network (Network settings) on page 6-40.
If connecting by Bonjour, enable Bonjour in the machine's network settings. For details, refer to Bonjour (Bonjour
setting) on page 6-43.
In the Authenticate screen, enter the name and password used to log in to the operating system.
1
Insert the CD-ROM.
Double-click the Kyocera icon.
2
Double-click either OS X 10.4 Only or OS X 10.5 or higher
depending on your Mac OS version.
3
Double-click Kyocera OS X vx.x.
4
Install the printer driver as directed by the instructions in the
installation software.
This completes the printer driver installation.
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Next, specify the print settings. If an IP or AppleTalk connection is used, the settings below are required. If a USB
connection is used, the machine is automatically recognized and connected.
5
Open System Preferences and click Print & Fax.
6
Click the plus symbol (+).
7
Click the IP icon for an IP connection or the AppleTalk icon for an
AppleTalk connection and then enter the IP address and printer
name. Click Add.
Note When using a Bonjour connection, select [Default] and
click the item that appears in "Printer Name". The driver with
the same name as the machine automatically appears in
"Driver".
8
Select the options available for the machine and click Continue
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Preparation before Use
9
The selected printer is added. This completes the print settings.
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Preparation before Use
Status Monitor
The Status Monitor shows a print system status message at the bottom right of the printing screen. You can also start
Command Center RX to check and change printer settings.
The Status Monitor is installed automatically during KX driver installation.
Accessing the Status Monitor
Use either of the methods listed below to launch the Status Monitor.
• Launch when printing starts:
When you specify a printer and start a print job, one Status Monitor is launched for each printer name. If Status Monitor
startup is requested from multiple printers, Status Monitors are launched for each printer that issues the request.
• Launch from the KX driver properties:
Click the Status Monitor button in the Advanced tab. Then click Open Status Monitor button in the Status Monitor
dialog box to launch the Status Monitor.
Exiting the Status Monitor
Use either of the methods listed below to exit the Status Monitor.
• Exit manually:
Right-click the Status Monitor icon in the taskbar and select Exit in the menu to exit the Status Monitor.
• Exit automatically:
The Status Monitor automatically shuts down after 5 minutes if it is not being used.
Screen Overview
The screen overview of the Status Monitor is as follows.
Pop-up window
3D View
Status Monitor icon
Pop-up window
If an information notification event occurs, a pop-up window appears. This
window only appears when the 3D View is open on the desktop.
3D View
This shows the status of the monitored printer as a 3D image. You can
choose whether to show or hide the 3D view from the menu displayed
when you right-click the Status Monitor icon.
If an information notification event occurs, the 3D view and an alert sound
are used to notify you. For information on the sound notification settings,
refer to Notification Settings on page 2-16.
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Preparation before Use
Status Monitor icon
While the Status Monitor is running, its icon is displayed in the taskbar
notification area. When you position the cursor over the icon, the printer
name appears. Right-clicking the Status Monitor icon allows you to set
the options below.
Show/Hide the status monitor
Displays or hides the Status Monitor icon.
Command Center RX
If the printer is connected to a TCP/IP network and has its own IP
address, use a web browser to access the Command Center RX to
modify or confirm the network settings. For more information, refer to the
Command Center RX User Guide.
Always on top
Positions the Status Monitor in front of other active windows.
Opacity
Adjusts the Status Monitor to let a variable amount of background to show
through the image. Select a percentage between 20 to 100.
Enlarge window
Doubles the size of the Status Monitor window.
Notification...
Specify the Notification setting for the Status Monitor. For details, refer
to Notification Settings on page 2-16.
www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.com
Accesses the KYOCERA Document Solutions global website.
Exit
Exits the Status Monitor.
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Preparation before Use
Notification Settings
Use the Notification option to set up the Status Monitor.
The Notification tab contains the following items.
IMPORTANT To confirm the settings on Notification tab, the computer requires the sound capabilities such as
sound card and speaker.
Enables Event Notification
Select to enable or disable monitoring the events in Available events.
Sound file
A sound file can be selected if you require an audible notification. Click
Browse to search for the sound file.
Use Text to speech
Select this check box to enter text you would like to hear played for
events. Although a sound file is unnecessary, this function is applicable
for Windows XP or later.
To use this function, follow these steps.
1
2
Select Enables Event Notification checkbox.
3
To use a sound file for notification of events, remove the checkmark
from the Use Test to speech checkbox. The Sound file text box will
be enabled.
4
Enter the location of the sound file (.wav), or click Browse... to select
a sound file saved on your computer.
Select an event to use with the text to speech function in Available
events.
Note The available file format is WAV.
5
Select Use Text to speech checkbox to speech the text entered in
Text to speech box when an event occurred.
Click Play
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to confirm the sound or text is played correctly.
Preparation before Use
Uninstalling Software (Windows)
The software can be uninstalled (removed) using the Product Library disc supplied with the printer.
IMPORTANT On Macintosh computers, because the printer settings are specified using a PPD (PostScript Printer
Description) file, the software cannot be uninstalled using the Product Library disc.
1
2
Exit all active software applications.
3
Following the procedure used to install the printer driver, click
Remove Software. The Software Remove wizard appears.
4
5
Select the software package to remove.
Insert the Product Library disc supplied with the printer into the optical
drive.
Click Uninstall.
Note In Windows Vista, the Remove Driver and Package
screen appears. Select Remove driver and driver package,
and click OK. When KYOCERA Net Viewer or KYOCERA Net
Direct Print is installed, separate uninstallers are launched for
each application. Proceed with the uninstallation steps for
each application as directed by the on-screen instructions.
The uninstaller starts.
6
7
When Uninstall complete screen appears, click Next.
Select whether you restart your computer or not, click Finish.
Note The software can be uninstalled from the Program
menu.
(In the case of Windows XP)
Start the uninstaller by clicking start > All Programs >
Kyocera > Kyocera Uninstaller, and uninstall the software.
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Command Center RX
Command Center RX is a tool used for tasks such as verifying the operating status of the machine on the web and changing
the settings for security, network printing and advanced networking.
If the E-mail settings are made then it is possible to send notification by E-mail when a job is completed.
Note To change settings in Command Center RX, you must log in as an administrator of the machine. The default
factory settings are set as shown below.
Login User Name: Admin
Login Password: Admin
The operation procedure for accessing Command Center RX is as follows.
1
2
Start the web browser.
In the Address or Location bar, enter the machine’s IP address.
e.g.) http://10.183.51.41/
The web page displays basic information about the machine and
Command Center RX as well as their current status.
3
Select an item from the navigation bar on the left of the screen. The
settings must be configured separately depending on the items.
If restrictions have been set for Command Center RX, enter the
correct user name and password to access pages other than the
startup page.
For more information, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
E-mail Setting
Specifying the SMTP settings allows you to send notification of the end of a Job via E-mail.
To use this function, this machine must be connected to a mail server using the SMTP protocol.
Also, check the following:
• The network environment used to connect this machine to the mail server
A full-time connection via a LAN is recommended.
• SMTP Settings
Use Command Center RX to register the IP address or host name of the SMTP server.
• If limits have been set on the size of E-mail messages, it may not be possible to send large volume E-mails.
The procedure for specifying the SMTP settings is explained below.
1
Click Settings -> Advanced -> SMTP -> General.
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2
Enter the correct settings in each field.
The settings to be specified in the SMTP settings screen are shown
below.
Item
Description
SMTP Protocol
Enables or disables SMTP protocol. To use E-mail, this protocol must be enabled.
SMTP Port Number
Set the SMTP Port Number. Normally use the port No. 25.
SMTP Server Name
Enter the SMTP server IP address or its name. The maximum length of the SMTP
server name and IP address is 64 characters.
If entering the server name, an IP address of DNS server must also be configured.
The DNS server address can be entered on the TCP/IP setting screen.
SMTP Server Timeout
Set the amount of time to wait before time-out in seconds.
Authentication Protocol
Enables or disables the SMTP authentication protocol or sets POP before SMTP as
the protocol. The SMTP authentication supports Microsoft Exchange 2000.
Authenticate as
Authentication can be set from three POP3 accounts or you can choose a different
account.
Login User Name
When Other is selected for Authentication, the login user name entered here will be
used for SMTP authentication. The maximum length of the login user name is 64
characters.
Login Password
When Other is selected for Authentication, the password entered here will be used for
authentication. The maximum length of the login password is 64 characters.
SMTP Security
Enables or disables the SMTP Security. When this protocol is enabled, either SSL/TLS
or STARTTLS must be selected. To enable SMTP security, the SMTP port number may
have to be changed according to the server settings.
Typically, 465 for SSL/TLS and 25 or 587 for STARTTLS are used for SMTP ports.
POP before SMTP Timeout
Test
Set the amount of time to wait before time-out in seconds when you have selected
POP before SMTP as the Authentication Protocol.
This will test if the SMTP connection can be successfully established.
E-mail Size Limit
Enter the maximum size of E-mail that can be sent in kilobytes. When the value is 0,
the limitation for E-mail size is disabled.
Sender Address
Enter the E-mail address of the person responsible for the machine, such as the
machine administrator, so that a reply or non-delivery report will go to a person rather
than to the machine. The sender address must be entered correctly for SMTP
authentication. The maximum length of the sender address is 128 characters.
Signature
Enter the signature. The signature is free form text that will appear at the end of the Email body. It is occasionally used for further identification of the print system. The
maximum length of the signature is 512 characters.
Domain Restriction
Enter the domain names that can be permitted or rejected. The maximum length of the
domain name is 32 characters. You can also specify the E-mail addresses.
Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS)
This printer supports DDNS through DHCP. To use this system, you have to set the DHCP/BOOTP option to On first.
Set the DDNS to On to use the DDNS service to update the correspondence of the host names and IP addresses.
Refer to the Command Center RX User Guide for the method for setting this.
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Loading Paper
Paper can be loaded in the two standard cassettes and the multi purpose tray. Paper feeders are also available as
an option (refer to Optional Equipment on page A-2).
For the paper feed methods for each cassette, refer to the page below.
Cassette
Standard
Option
Name
Page
Cassette 1,
Cassette 2
Standard cassettes
2-22
Multi Purpose Tray
Multi Purpose Tray
2-28
Cassette 3,
Cassette 4
Paper Feeder (500-sheet x 2)*
2-22
Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2)
2-25
Cassette 5
Side Feeder (3,000-sheet)
2-27
Side Feeder (500-sheet x 3)*
2-22
Large Capacity Side Feeder
(500*, 1,500-sheet x 2**)
2-22
Side Feeder (500-sheet x 3)*
2-22
Large Capacity Side Feeder
(500*, 1,500-sheet x 2**)
2-25
Cassette 6
Cassette 7
* The paper feed method is the same as standard cassettes 1 and 2.
** The paper feed method is the same as the Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2).
IMPORTANT Cautions when setting the Energy Saver mode
• The number of sheets that can be held varies depending on your environment.
• To obtain clearer color prints, use special paper for color printing.
You should not use inkjet printer paper or any paper with a special surface coating. (Such paper may cause paper jams
or other faults.)
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Preparation before Use
Before Loading Paper
When you open a new package of paper, fan the sheets to separate
them slightly prior to loading in the following steps.
1
2
Bend the whole set of sheets to swell them in the middle.
3
Raise the right and left hands alternately to create a gap and feed air
between the paper.
4
Finally, align the paper on a level, flat table.
If the paper is curled or folded, straighten it before loading. Paper that
Hold the stack at both ends and stretch it while keeping the entire
stack risen.
is curled or folded may cause a jam.
CAUTION If you copy onto used paper (paper already used for printing), do not use paper that is stapled or
clipped together. This may damage the machine or cause poor image quality.
Avoid exposing opened paper to high temperatures and high humidity as dampness can be a cause of
problems. Seal any remaining paper after loading in the multi purpose tray or cassettes back in the paper
storage bag.
If the machine will not be used for a prolonged period, protect all paper from humidity by removing it from
the cassettes and sealing it in the paper storage bag.
Note Note that some paper types have a tendency to curl and may jam in the paper eject unit.
If the output paper scatters or stacks unevenly, turn the paper over in the cassette, or change the orientation
(vertical/horizontal) of the paper in the cassette.
If you use special paper such as letterhead, paper with holes or paper with pre-prints like logo or company name,
refer to the Paper on A-9.
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Loading Paper in the Cassettes
The standard cassettes
The 2 standard cassettes will each hold plain paper, recycled paper or color paper.
Cassette 1 and 2 hold up to 500 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m2) (or up to 550 sheets of 64 g/m2 plain paper).
The following paper sizes are supported: A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II, 12 × 18",
Letter, Letter-R, Statement-R, Folio, 8K, 16K, 16K-R and 216 × 340 mm.
IMPORTANT
• When using media types other than plain paper (such as recycled or colored paper), always specify the media
type and paper weight settings. (Refer to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassettes on page 2-30,
Media Type Set. (Paper type settings) on page 6-23.)
The cassettes can hold paper with weights between 60 and 256 g/m2. If you are using a paper weight between
106 and 256 g/m2, set the media type to Thick and set the weight of the paper you are using.
• Do not load thick paper that is heavier than 256 g/m2 in the cassettes. Use the multi purpose tray for paper that is
heavier than 256 g/m2.
• If you wish to use 330 × 210 mm to 356 × 220 mm paper, contact a service technician.
1
Pull the cassette out toward you until it stops.
Note Do not pull out more than one cassette at a time.
2
Squeeze the ends of the bottom of the paper length guide and move
the guide to fit the length of the paper.
Note Paper sizes are marked on the cassette.
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3
Press the (Paper Width Guide) Lock to release the lock. Grasp the
paper width adjusting tab and move the paper width guides to fit the
paper.
4
Align the paper flush against the right side of the cassette.
Example: A4
After removing new paper from its packaging, fan the paper before
loading it in the cassette.
(Refer to Before Loading Paper on page 2-21)
IMPORTANT
• Before loading the paper, be sure that it is not curled or folded. Paper
that is curled or folded may cause paper jams.
• Ensure that the loaded paper does not exceed the level indicator (see
illustration on the left).
• When loading the paper, keep the side that was closest to the
package seal facing up.
• The paper length and width guides must be adjusted to the paper
size. Loading the paper without adjusting these guides may cause
skewed feeding and paper jams.
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5
Be sure that the paper length and width guides rest securely against
the paper. If there is a gap, readjust the guides to fit the paper.
6
Press the (Paper Width Guide) Lock to lock.
7
Insert the indication on the sheet so as to match the size and type of
paper to be placed. (The indication is printed on both sides of the
sheet.)
8
Gently push the cassette back in.
Note If the machine will not be used for a prolonged period,
protect all paper from humidity by removing it from the
cassettes and sealing it in the paper storage bag.
9
Select the media type (plain, recycled, etc.) loaded in the cassette.
(Refer to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassettes on
page 2-30.)
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The Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2) (Option)
The Optional cassettes will each hold plain paper, recycled paper or color paper.
The Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2) holds up to 3,000 sheets (1,500-sheet x 2) of plain paper
(80 g/m2) (or up to 3,500 sheets (1,750-sheet x 2) of 64 g/m2 plain paper).
The following paper sizes are supported: A4, B5 and Letter.
IMPORTANT
• When using media types other than plain paper (such as recycled or colored paper), always specify the media type and
paper weight settings. (Refer to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassettes on page 2-30,Media Type Set.
(Paper type settings) on page 6-23.)
The cassettes can hold paper with weights up to 256 g/m2. If you are using a paper weight between 106 and 256 g/m2,
set the media type to Thick and set the weight of the paper you are using.
• Do not load thick paper that is heavier than 256 g/m2 in the cassettes. Use the multi purpose tray for paper that is
heavier than 256 g/m2.
Clamp
1
Pull the cassette out toward you until it stops.
2
Rotate the Paper Size Guide (A) clamp and remove. Pull the Paper
Size Guide (A) up and out.
3
Insert the Paper Size Guide (A) into the slot (bottom of cassette) for
the paper size to be used.
Paper Size Guide (A)
Make sure that the top of the paper size guide (A) matches the paper
size to be used, attach the clamp, and rotate the clamp to lock it.
Gently try moving the Paper Size Guide (A) to verify that it is fixed.
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4
With the bottom of the cassette pressed all the way down, press the
hook on the side of the Paper Size Guide (B) to release it and pull out
the Paper Size Guide (B).
5
Adjust the Paper Size Guide (B) to the paper size.
Paper Size Guide (B)
A4
Insert the Paper Size Guide (B) into the slot marked A4 (on the
bottom of the cassette), and lock the hook (it will make a "click"
sound).
Gently try moving the Paper Size Guide (B) to verify that it is fixed.
B5
Open the Paper Size Guide (B) as shown, insert into the slot marked
B5 (on the bottom of the cassette), and lock the hook (it will make a
"click" sound).
Gently try moving the Paper Size Guide (B) to verify that it is fixed.
Letter
The Paper Size Guide (B) is not attached.
6
Insert the paper into the cassette.
After removing new paper from its packaging, fan the paper before
loading it in the cassette.
(Refer to Before Loading Paper on page 2-21)
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IMPORTANT
• Before loading the paper, be sure that it is not curled or folded. Paper
that is curled or folded may cause paper jams.
• Ensure that the loaded paper does not exceed the level indicator (see
illustration below).
• When loading the paper, keep the print side facing up.
7
Insert the indication on the sheet so as to match the size and type of
paper to be placed. (The indication is printed on both sides of the
sheet.)
8
Gently push the cassette back in.
Note If the machine will not be used for a prolonged period,
protect all paper from humidity by removing it from the
cassettes and sealing it in the paper storage bag.
9
Select the media type (plain, recycled, etc.) loaded in the cassette.
(Refer to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassettes on
page 2-30.)
Side Feeder (3,000-sheet) (Option)
The optional side feeder hold up to 3,000 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m2). The following paper sizes are supported: A4, B5,
Letter.
Pull the cassette out toward you until it stops and insert the paper into
the cassette. After loading paper, gently push the cassette back in.
Note The default paper size setting is A4. If you need the
paper size changed to B5 or Letter, contact your service representative.
IMPORTANT
• Before loading the paper, be sure that it is not curled or folded.
Paper that is curled or folded may cause paper jams.
• Ensure that the loaded paper does not exceed the level indicator
(see illustration below).
• When loading the paper, keep the print side facing down.
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Loading Paper in the Multi Purpose Tray
The multi purpose tray will hold up to 150 sheets of A4 or smaller plain paper (80 g/m2) (or up to 165 sheets of 64 g/m2 plain
paper) or up to 50 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m2) (or up to 55 sheets of 64 g/m2 plain paper) lager than A4.
The multi purpose tray accepts paper sizes 12×18" and from A3 to A6-R and Hagaki and from Ledger to Statement-R, 8K,
16K and 16K-R. Be sure to use the multi purpose tray when you print on any special paper.
IMPORTANT When using media types other than plain paper (such as recycled or colored paper), always specify
the media type and paper weight settings. (Refer to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray
(MP Tray Setting) on page 2-33, Media Type Set. (Paper type settings) on page 6-23.) If you are using a paper weight
of 106 g/m2 or more, set the media type to Thick and set the weight of the paper you are using.
The capacity of the multi purpose tray is as follows.
• A4 or smaller plain paper (80 g/m2), recycled paper or color paper: 150 sheets
(64 g/m2 plain paper :165 sheets)
• B4 or larger plain paper (80 g/m2), recycled paper or color paper: 50 sheets
(64 g/m2 plain paper :55 sheets)
• Hagaki: 30 sheets
• OHP film: 10 sheets
• Envelope DL, Envelope C4, Envelope C5, Envelope #10 (Commercial #10), Envelope #9 (Commercial #9), Envelope
#6 (Commercial #6), Monarch, Youkei 4, Youkei 2: 10 sheets
• Banner paper: 470.1 mm (18.51") to a maximum of 1220.0 mm (48"):
1 sheet (manual feed), 10 sheets (when optional banner tray is attached)
Note When you load custom size paper, enter the paper size by referring to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type
for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting) on page 2-33.
When you use special paper such as transparencies or thick paper, select the media type by referring to Specifying
Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting) on page 2-33.
1
Open the Multi Purpose tray until it stops.
2
When loading paper sizes 12×18" and from A3 to B4 and Ledger to
Legal, extend the support tray section of the multi purpose tray until
the mark "∆" is fully appeared.
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3
Adjust the paper width guides to the width of the paper.
After removing new paper from its packaging, fan the paper before
loading it in the multi-purpose tray.
(Refer to Before Loading Paper on page 2-21)
4
Insert the paper along the paper width guides into the tray until it
stops.
IMPORTANT Keep the print side facing down.
Curled paper must be uncurled before use.
Straighten the top edge if it is curled.
When loading paper into the multi purpose tray, check that there is no
paper left over in the tray from a previous job before loading the
paper. If there is just a small amount of paper left over in the multi
purpose tray and you want to add more, first remove the left-over
paper from the tray and include it with the new paper before loading
the paper back into the tray.
If there is a gap between the paper and the paper width guides,
readjust the guides to fit the paper in order to prevent skewed feeding
and paper jams.
IMPORTANT Ensure that the loaded paper does not exceed the
level indicator (see illustration).
Note When you load envelopes in the multi purpose tray, select the envelope type by referring to Specifying Paper
Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting) on page 2-33.
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Specifying Paper Size and Media (Cassette Setting)
The default paper size setting for cassettes 1 and 2, for the multi purpose tray and for the optional paper feeder (cassettes
3 to 7) is [Auto], and the default media type setting is [Plain].
To fix the type of paper to be used in cassettes, specify the paper size and media type setting. (Refer to Specifying Paper
Size and Media Type for the Cassettes on page 2-30.)
To fix the type of paper to be used in multi purpose tray, specify the paper size setting. (Refer to Specifying Paper Size and
Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting) on page 2-33.)
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassettes
To fix the type of paper to be used in cassettes 1 or 2 or the optional paper feeders (cassettes 3 to 7), specify the paper
size. Also, if you use a media type other than plain paper, specify the media type setting. To change to a media type other
than Plain, refer to Media Type Set. (Paper type settings) on page 6-23.
Selection Item
Selectable Size/Type
Standard Sizes *
Select from the standard sizes. Selectable paper sizes are as follows.
Letter-R, Letter, Legal, A4-R, A4, B5-R, B5, A3, B4, Ledger, A5, Oficio II, 216×340 mm,
12×18", 8K, 16K-R, 16K, Statement, Folio
Media Type
Plain, Preprinted**, Bond, Recycled, Vellum**, Rough**, Letterhead**, Color**,
Prepunched, Thick**, High Quality and Custom 1~8**
*
**
Only A4, Letter, and B5 can be specified when the optional Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2) and the
optional Large Capacity Side Feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x 2) are used.
This cannot be selected when the cassette paper weight is Heavy 5 or Extra heavy. Select at the Multi Purpose
Tray.
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Cassette (1 to 7) Set. (Settings for the cassettes)
When loading paper in the printer’s paper cassette, follow the steps below to set the paper size and paper type.
If the optional paper feeder is installed, use the same procedure to set the cassette paper size and paper type.
Cassette (1 to 7) Size (Setting the cassette paper size)
1 In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select the paper
cassette you want to set.
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1
Paper Size
********************2 Media Type
[
Exit
2
Press [OK]. The Cassette # Set. menu screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select Paper Size.
4
Press [OK]. The Paper Size screen appears listing the paper sizes
that can be used with the selected cassette.
]
ab
Paper Size:
1
*Auto(Metric)
********************2 Auto(Inch)
3 Letter-R
The available paper sizes are as follows:
Auto(Metric)
Auto(Inch)
Letter-R
Letter
Legal
A4-R
A4
B5-R
B5
A3
B4
Ledger
A5
Oficio II
216x340mm
12x18"
8K
16K-R
16K
Statement
Folio
Note To have the paper size automatically selected from metric
sizes or inch sizes, select Auto (Metric) or Auto (Inch).
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired paper size.
Press [OK]. The paper size for the cassette is set and the Paper
Settings menu screen reappears.
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Cassette (1 to 7) Type (Setting the cassette paper type)
By setting a paper type (plain, recycled, etc.) for the paper cassette, you can automatically select the paper in the paper
cassette according to the paper type you command on the printer driver. The default setting is plain paper for all paper
cassettes.
For more information about paper types that you can feed from the paper cassette, refer to Basic Paper Specifications on
page A-10.
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1
Paper Size
********************2 Media Type
[
Exit
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select the cassette you
want to set.
2
Press [OK]. The Cassette # Set. menu screen appears.
# shows the number of the cassette installed in the printer (1 to 7).
]
ab
Media Type:
1
*Plain
********************2 Preprinted
3 Bond
3
Press U or V to select Media Type.
4
Press [OK]. The Media Type screen appears listing the media types
that can be used with the selected cassette.
The available Media Types are as follows:
Plain
Preprinted
Bond
Recycled
Vellum
Rough
Letterhead
Color
Prepunched
Thick
HighQuality
CUSTOM1 to 8
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired media type.
Press [OK]. The media type for the cassette is set and the Paper
Settings menu screen reappears.
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Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting)
To fix the type of paper to be used in the multi purpose tray, specify the paper size. When using other than a plain paper,
specify the media type.
Item
Description
Paper Size
Select from the standard sizes. Selectable paper sizes are as follows.
Envelope Monarch, Envelope #10 (Commercial #10), Envelope DL,
Envelope C5, Executive, Letter-R, Letter, Legal, A4-R, A4, B5-R, B5, A3, B4,
Ledger, A5, A6, B6, Envelope #9 (Commercial #9),
Envelope #6 (Commercial #6 3/4), ISO B5, Custom*, Envelope C4, Hagaki,
Oufuku hagaki, Oficio II, 216×340 mm, 12×18", 8K, 16K-R, 16K, Statement,
Folio, Youkei 2, Youkei 4
Media Type
Selectable media types are as follows.
Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, Vellum, Rough,
Letterhead, Color, Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Coated, Thick,
High Quality and Custom 1~8**
*
**
Refer to Registering a page size on page 2-36 for selecting Custom for Custom Paper Size.
Refer to Media Type Set. (Paper type settings) on page 6-23 for selecting Custom 1- 8 from Media Type.
Note To change to a media type other than Plain, refer to Media Type Set. (Paper type settings) on page 6-23.
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MP Tray Set. (MP tray settings)
To print correctly on paper supplied from the MP tray, use the procedure below to set the paper size and media type.
Note Feeding the paper having a paper size which does not match the current paper size from the MP tray can
cause paper jam.
When the paper size and/or paper type is set in the driver, the driver settings are given priority.
Paper Size (Paper size setting for MP tray)
You can use this to set the paper size that can be supplied from the MP tray. The default setting is Letter size for the U.S.
and Canada and A4 for other countries.
For more information about the paper sizes that you can feed from the MP tray, refer to Basic Paper Specifications on page A-10.
MP Tray Set.:
ab
1
Paper Size
********************2 Media Type
[
Exit
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select MP Tray Set..
2
Press [OK]. The MP Tray Set. menu screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select Paper Size.
4
Press [OK]. The Paper Size screen appears listing the paper sizes
that can be supplied from the MP tray.
]
ab
Paper Size:
1
*Auto(Metric)
********************2 Auto(Inch)
3 Envelope Monarch
The available paper sizes are as follows:
Auto(Metric)
Auto(Inch)
Envelope Monarch
Envelope #10
Envelope DL
Envelope C5
Executive
Letter-R
Letter
Legal
A4-R
A4
B5-R
B5
A3
B4
Ledger
A5
A6
B6
Envelope #9
Envelope #6
ISO B5
Custom
Envelope C4
Hagaki
Oufuku Hagaki
Oficio II
216x340mm
12x18"
8K
16K-R
16K
Statement
Folio
Youkei 2
Youkei 4
Note To have the paper size automatically selected from metric
sizes or inch sizes, select Auto (Metric) or Auto (Inch).
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired paper size.
Press [OK]. The paper size for the MP tray is set and the Paper
Settings menu screen reappears.
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Media Type (Paper type setting for MP tray)
You can use this to set the paper type that can be supplied from the MP tray. The default setting is Plain.
For more information about paper types that you can feed from the MP tray, refer to Basic Paper Specifications on page A-10.
MP Tray Set.:
ab
1
Paper
Size
********************2 Media Type
[
Exit
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select MP Tray Set..
2
Press [OK]. The MP Tray Set. menu screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select Media Type.
4
Press [OK]. The Media Type screen appears listing the media types
that can be supplied from the MP tray.
]
ab
Media Type:
1
*Plain
********************2 Transparency
3 Preprinted
[ Exit
]
The available paper types are as follows:
Plain
Transparency
Preprinted
Labels
Bond
Recycled
Vellum
Rough
Letterhead
Color
Prepunched
Envelope
Cardstock
Coated
Thick
HighQuality
CUSTOM1 to 8
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired media type.
Press [OK]. The media type for the MP tray is set and the Paper
Settings menu screen reappears.
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Registering a page size
To use a paper size that is not in the machine's paper sizes, register the paper size on the Basic tab of the print settings
screen of the printer driver.
Once registered, the paper size can be selected from the Page Size menu.
Note To print without using the printer driver, set the paper size and type as explained in Specifying Paper Size
and Media Type for the MP Tray Set. (MP tray settings) on page 2-34.
2
8
9
3
10
5
6
4
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
Display the print settings screen.
Click the Basic tab.
Click the Page Sizes... button to register the size.
Click the New button.
Enter the name of the paper.
Enter the paper size.
To print using a paper size of 470.1 mm or longer (18.51" or longer),
up to a maximum length of 1220.0 mm (48"), refer to Banner
printing on page 3-8.
7 Click the OK button.
8 Select the page size (name) registered in steps 4 to 7.
9 Select MP Tray.
10 Select the media type.
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Energy Saver Function
Low Power Mode
When the machine is left idle for a certain period of time, the message display turns off and power consumption is reduced.
This status is referred to as Low Power Mode.
The default preset time is 5 minutes.
If print data is received during Low Power Mode, the message display lights up and printing starts.
To resume, press OK key. The printer will be ready to operate within 25 seconds.
Note that ambient environmental conditions, such as ventilation, may cause the machine to respond more slowly.
Sleep
When the machine is left idle for a certain period of time in Low Power Mode, the message display turns off and power
consumption is minimized. This status is referred to as Sleep.
If print data is received during Sleep, the message display lights up and printing starts.
To resume, press the OK key. FS-C8650DN will be ready within 45 seconds.
Note that ambient environmental conditions, such as ventilation, may cause the machine to respond more slowly.
In case of not using the machine for an extended period of time
CAUTION If this machine will be left unused for an extended period (e.g. overnight), turn it off at the main
power switch. If the machine will not be used for an even longer period of time (e.g. vacation), remove the
power plug from the outlet as a safety precaution.
CAUTION Remove paper from the cassettes and seal it in the paper storage bag to protect it from humidity.
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Operation Panel
Message Display
Messages indicating the status of the various printer operations are displayed on the message display.
Status Information
Message
Meaning
Please wait.
The printer is warming up and is not ready.
When the printer is switched on for the first time, this message will take several minutes.
Please wait.
Loading paper...
Appears while paper is being loaded.
Please wait.
Adding toner...
Toner is currently being replenished. This message may be displayed during continuous
printing of a large volume of pages which require a large amount of toner such as with
photographs, etc.
Please wait.
Performing
Color Calibration...
The color calibration function is being performed automatically as you powered on the
printer. You can also execute this function manually on the operation panel.
For details, refer to ColorCalibration on page 6-120.
Ready to print.
The printer is ready to print.
Processing.
The printer is receiving data to print. This is also shown when the printer is reading a USB
memory or hard disk.
Sleeping.
The printer is in Auto Sleep. The printer wakes from Auto Sleep whenever a print job is
received. The printer then warms up and goes on-line.
For details on Auto Sleep, refer to Sleep on page 2-37.
Canceling...
Jobs inside the printer are being canceled. To cancel a job, refer to Canceling a Printing
Job on page 2-40.
Error Codes
For information on error code and errors where the printer requires the operator's attention, refer to Error Messages on page
8-6.
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Indicators in Message Display
Ready to print.
UW A4
VX A6
[ Status ]
[ Toner ]
Ready, Data, and Attention Indicators
The following indicators light during normal operation and whenever the printer needs attention. Depending on the status
of lighting, each indicator has the following meaning:
Indicator
Description
Flashing. Indicates an error that you can resolve. For details, refer to Troubleshooting on page 8-1.
Or, the printer is in Auto Sleep. The printer wakes from Auto Sleep whenever a print job is received. The
printer then warms up and goes on-line.
For details on Auto Sleep, refer to Sleep Timer (Sleep timer timeout time) on page 6-74.
On. Indicates that the printer is ready and on-line. The printer prints the data it receives.
Off. Indicates that the printer is off-line because printing is manually stopped or automatically stopped
due to an error condition. Data can be received but will not be printed. For details, refer to Error
Messages on page 8-6 if printing is automatically stopped when an error condition has occurred.
Flashing. Indicates that a data is being received.
On. Indicates either that data received is being processed before printing starts, or that the hard disk or
memory card is being accessed.
Flashing. If Please wait is displayed, the printer is warming up.
Or, the printer cannot print for some reason (e.g. there is no paper in the cassette). Check the message
display and carry out the required action. For details, refer to Error Messages on page 8-6.
On. The printer cannot print due to an error. Check the message display and carry out the required
action. For details, refer to Error Messages on page 8-6.
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Keys
The operation panel keys are used to configure the printer operation. Note that certain keys have a secondary function.
Cancel Key
• Cancel a printing job.
• Stop the alarm sound.
Canceling a Printing Job
1
While the printer displays Processing., press [Cancel].
The Job Cancel List appears, showing the list of current print
jobs.
2
Press U or V to display the desired job and then press [OK].
When the Job will be canceled. Are you sure? message
appears, press [Yes] ([Left Select]) to cancel the job or [No]
([Right Select]) to cancel this operation and continue printing.
When you cancel a job, Canceling... appears on the message
display and printing stops after the page currently printing has been
fed out.
Logout Key
• If user control is set then please log out by pressing [Logout] after operations are completed.
Menu Key
• [MENU] lets you enter the menu system to change the setup and printing environment of the printer.
Back Key
• Cancels the menu setting currently displayed and returns to the menu for the previous step.
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Arrow Keys
• The four arrow keys are used in the menu system to access an item or enter numeric values.
OK Key
• Finalize settings of numeric values and other selections.
Numeric Keys
• Enter numbers and symbols.
Clear Key
• Clears entered numbers and characters.
Document Box Key
• Press this key when using Document Box. For details, refer to Document Box on page 4-2.
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Left Select Key / Right Select Key
• These keys only function when the respective key tabs are shown in the message display. Pressing the key executes
the function shown in the message display.
Pressing the key executes the function shown in the message display.
E.g.:
When the menu shown below is displayed, pressing [Left Select] ([Yes]) prints the file selected. Pressing [Right Select]
([No]) stop printing and returns to the menu for the previous step.
Print.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
]
• These keys only function when the paper jam message has appeared on the message display. A help message will
then appear to facilitate jam clearing in the location.
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Using the Menu Selection System
Menu Selection System
This section explains how to use the menu selection system.
[Menu] on the operation panel allows you to use the menu to configure the printer settings to your specific needs. Settings
can be made when Ready to print., Please wait. or Processing. is indicated on the printer message display.
Note Settings that are received from application software and the printer driver will take priority over settings made
in the operation panel.
Entering the Mode Selection Menu
Press [Menu] when Ready to print. is indicated on the printer message display.
The mode selection menu is displayed.
Ready to print.
UW A4 A A3 B A4
[ Status ] [ Toner
]
Scroll line
Menu:
a b
1
Report Print
********************2 USB Memory
3 Counter
[ Exit
]
The directions of usable
arrow keys are shown on
the screen displayed.
An asterisk (*) is displayed
to the left of the currently
selected setting.
Scroll page
a b
Menu:
4 Paper Settings
5 Print Settings
6
Network
********************[ Exit
]
a b
Paper Settings:
1 MP Tray Set.
2
Cassette 1 Set.
********************3 Media Type Set.
[ Exit
]
Note Only when USB memory is installed, USB Memory is displayed.
2-43
a b
Media Type:
1
*Plain
********************2 Preprinted
3 Bond
Preparation before Use
Selecting a Menu
The mode selection menu is hierarchical. Press U, V, Y or Z to display the desired menu.
Menu:
a b
1
Report Print
********************2 USB Memory
3 Counter
[ Exit
]
P b
Detail:
File Name:
1/ 4
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
• If [a ] appears in the top-right of the screen, you can use the U and
V to scroll up and down through the menu options one line at a time,
and the Y and Z to move between menu options one page at a time.
• If [P ] appears in the top-right of the screen, you can use the Y and Z
to switch between pages.
[ Detail ]
To return to the menu one level up, press [Back].
Setting a Menu
Media Type:
a b
1
*Plain
*********************
2 Preprinted
3 Bond
Select the desired menu and press [OK]. You can now select options in
the menu. press U, V, Y or Z to select or enter the desired setting and
then press [OK] to confirm your selection.
If you are choosing from a list of settings, an asterisk (*) is displayed to
the left of the currently selected setting.
Canceling Menu Selection
If you press [Menu] when a menu is selected, the message display returns to Ready to print.
2-44
Preparation before Use
Setting a Mode Selection Menu
This section explains the setting procedures used for each menu item in the mode selection menu.
Menu:
a b
1
Report Print
********************2 USB Memory
3 Counter
[ Exit
]
1
While the printer displays Ready to print., Please wait.,
Sleeping. and Processing., press [MENU]. The Mode Selection
Menu is displayed.
2
Each time you press U or V, the selection changes.
• Report Print...6-2
• USB Memory...6-7
• Counter...6-16
• Paper Settings...6-18
• Print Settings...6-28
• Network...6-40
• Device Common...6-59
• Security...6-84
• User/Job Account...6-98
• Adjust/Maint. ...6-119
• Op Functions...6-129
• Shut down...6-133
Note Optional network is only displayed when a
network interface card or Wireless Network Interface Kit is
installed as an option.
2-45
Preparation before Use
2-46
3
Printing
This chapter contains explanations on the following topics:
Printing - Printing from Applications ................................................................................................... 3-2
Loading Envelopes ................................................................................................................................ 3-5
Banner printing ...................................................................................................................................... 3-8
Secure Pull Printing (Optional Feature)............................................................................................. 3-12
3-1
Printing
Printing - Printing from Applications
Follow the steps below to print documents from applications.
Note To print the document from applications, install the printer driver on your computer from the supplied CDROM (Product Library).
1
2
Create a document using an application.
3
Click the T button next to the Name field and select this machine
from the list.
4
Click File and select Print in the application. The Print dialog box
appears.
Enter the desired print quantity in the Number of copies box. Enter
any number up to 999.Enter any number up to 9999.
When there is more than one page, select Collate to print out one by
one in the sequence of the page numbers.
5
Click the Properties button. The Properties dialog box appears.
6
Select the Basic tab and click the Page Size button to select the
paper size.
To print on the special paper such as thick paper or transparency,
click the Media Type menu and select the media type.
To print using a paper size of 470.1 mm or longer (18.51" or longer),
up to a maximum length of 1220.0 mm (48"), refer to Banner
printing on page 3-8.
7
Click Source and select the paper source.
Note If you choose Auto Select, paper is supplied automatically
from the paper source loaded with paper of optimum size and
type. To print on special paper such as envelope or thick paper,
place it on the multi purpose tray and select MP Tray.
8
Select paper orientation, either Portrait or Landscape, to match the
orientation of the document.
Selecting Rotate 180° will print the document rotated 180°.
9 Click the OK button to return to the Print dialog box.
10 Click the OK button to start printing.
3-2
Printing
Printer driver print settings screen
The printer driver print settings screen allows you to configure a variety of print-related settings. For more information, refer
to the Printer Driver User Guide on the CD-ROM.
1
2
No.
Description
1
Quick Print
3
Provides icons that can be used to easily configure frequently used functions. Each time you click an icon, it changes to
an image resembling the print results and applies the settings.
Basic
This tab groups basic functions that are frequently used. You can use it to configure the paper size, destination,
and duplex printing, and color mode.
Layout
This tab lets you configure settings for printing various layouts, including booklet printing, combine mode, poster
printing, and scaling.
Finishing
This tab lets you configure settings related to finishing of printed media, including binding and stapling.
Imaging
This tab lets you configure settings related to the quality and color mode of the print results.
Publishing
This tab lets you create covers and inserts for print jobs and put inserts between sheets of OHP film.
Job
This tab lets you configure settings for saving print data from the computer to the machine. Regularly used
documents and other data can be saved to the machine for easy printing later. Since saved documents can be
printed directly from the machine, this function is also convenient when you wish to print a document that you don't
want others to see.
Advanced
This tab lets you configure settings for adding text pages or watermarks to print data. It also provides simple color
adjustment functionality.
2
Profiles
Printer driver settings can be saved as a profile. Saved profiles can be recalled at any time, so it's a convenient
practice to save frequently used settings.
3
Reset
Click to revert settings to their initial values.
3-3
Printing
Printer Driver Help
The printer driver includes Help. To learn about print settings, open the printer driver print settings screen and display Help as
explained below.
1
1
2
Click the ? button in the upper right corner of the screen.
Click the item you want to know about.
2
Changing the default printer driver settings (Windows 7)
The default printer driver settings can be changed. By selecting frequently used settings, you can omit steps when printing.
The procedure is as follows.
1
2
3
4
Click the start button, and then click Devices and Printers.
Right-click the printer driver icon of the machine, and click the Properties menu of the printer driver.
Click the Printing Preferences button on the General tab.
Select the default settings and click the OK button.
For the settings, refer to Printer driver print settings screen on page 3-3.
3-4
Printing
Loading Envelopes
Up to 10 envelopes may be loaded in the multi purpose tray.
Acceptable envelope sizes are as follows.
Acceptable Envelope
Size
Monarch
3 7/8"×7 1/2"
Envelope #10 (Commercial #10)
4 1/8"×9 1/2"
Envelope #9 (Commercial #9)
3 7/8"×8 7/8"
Envelope #6 (Commercial #6)
3 5/8"×6 1/2"
Envelope DL
110×220 (mm)
Envelope C4
229×324 (mm)
Envelope C5
162×229 (mm)
Youkei 2
162×114 (mm)
Youkei 4
235×105 (mm)
1
Open the multi purpose tray.
2
Adjust the paper width guides to the width of the envelope.
3-5
Printing
3
Insert along the paper width guide all the way in as shown.
When you load envelopes or
cardstock in the multi purpose tray
Close
the flap.
Load envelopes with the print side facing down.
e.g.) When printing the address.
Landscape
Cardstock Portrait
Return
form
postcard (Hagaki) form
envelopes envelopes
(Oufuku
hagaki)
Open the flap.
IMPORTANT Use unfolded return postcard (Oufuku hagaki).
IMPORTANT How to load envelopes (orientation and facing) will differ depending on the type of envelope. Be sure
to load it in correctly, otherwise printing may be done in the wrong direction or on the wrong face.
4
On the machine, set the size and type of the postcard or envelope that you placed.
For details, refer to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting) on page 2-33.
3-6
Printing
Registering a page size
When cardstock or an envelope is loaded in the Multi Purpose Tray, set the paper size and type and then register the paper
size on the Basic tab of the print settings screen in the printer driver.
Once registered, the paper size can be selected from the Page Size menu.
2
8
9
3
10
5
6
4
7
1 Display the print settings screen.
2 Click the Basic tab.
3 Click the Page Sizes... button to register the size.
4 Click the New button.
5 Enter the name of the paper.
6 Enter the paper size.
7 Click the OK button.
8 Select the page size (name) registered in steps 4 to 7.
9 Select MP Tray.
10 Select Cardstock or Envelope.
3-7
Printing
Banner printing
When a document length from 470.1 mm (18.51") to a maximum of 1220.0 mm (48") is specified for printing, the print job
is treated as banner printing.
*
Max. number of sheets
1 sheet (manual feed), 10 sheets (when optional banner tray is attached*)
Paper width
210 (8.26") to 304.8 (12") mm
Paper length
Max. 1220 (48") mm
Paper weight
136 to 163 g/m2
Paper type
Heavy 2
Destination
Job separator tray
When the banner tray (option) is used, up to 10 sheets of banner paper can be fed continuously . (Refer to
Using the Banner Tray (Option) on page 3-10.)
Follow the steps below to set banner paper in the printer driver.
1
Click the Basic tab and then click the Page Sizes button.
2
Click the New button, enter the name, length (470.1 mm or longer),
and width of the custom paper size being registered, and click the OK
button.
3
Click Print size, select the custom paper size that you registered, and
click the OK button.
Note When KPDL is used for PDL Settings of the printer driver, a length setting of 470.5 mm (18.53") or longer is
handled as banner print.
3-8
Printing
When you execute printing in this case, a message appears on the machine's operation panel. Place the paper in the
multipurpose tray, continue to support it so that it does not fall, and press [Continue] (Right Select Key). To cancel printing,
press [Cancel].
Use MP tray to print
on following paper.
Custom
Plain
[Continue ]
IMPORTANT If an output tray that cannot be used for banner printing such as Mailbox (option) is selected in the
printer driver, the output tray automatically changes to the Job Separator Tray.
To print on multiple sheets manually (not using the banner tray), place each sheet after the previous sheet is printed,
and press [Continue] (Right Select Key).
After pressing [Continue] (Right Select Key), support the paper with both
hands so that it feeds in correctly.
After printing starts, catch the paper when it is output so that it does not fall.
Do not stand up the stopper. Standing up the stopper may cause paper
jams.
3-9
Printing
Using the Banner Tray (Option)
When the banner tray (option) is used, up to 10 sheets of banner paper can be fed continuously.
1
Open the Multi Purpose tray until it stops.
Do not extend the multi purpose auxiliary tray.
2
Release the paper width guide lock on the banner tray and open to
the maximum width.
3
Attach the banner tray to the multi purpose tray.
Fit the openings on the sides of the banner tray onto the tabs on the
sides of the multi purpose tray, and press into place.
3-10
Printing
4
Open the paper width guides on the multi purpose tray to the
maximum width.
Make sure that the banner tray is attached so that the paper width
guides on the banner tray are outside the paper width guides on the
multi purpose tray.
5
Load banner paper so that it passes under the paper clamp bar.
6
Loop the banner paper back and place the end on the paper support.
7
Adjust the paper width guides to the width of the paper.
IMPORTANT If there is a gap between the paper and the paper width
guides, readjust the guides to fit the paper in order to prevent skewed
feeding and paper jams.
3-11
Printing
8
Adjust the paper width guides on the banner tray to the same width
as the paper width guides on the multi purpose tray and lock.
IMPORTANT Remove the paper when you are not performing banner printing.
Note The print confirmation screen can be set in the system menu to not appear when the banner tray is attached.
This will allow continuous printing on multiple sheets. (Refer to Msg Banner Print (Preview screen setting for Banner
Printing) on page 6-82.)
Secure Pull Printing (Optional Feature)
Secure Pull Printing is a printing feature where a user pulls the print job to an afterward selected printer. To use this feature,
the following system environments are required.
6 User pulls the
print job from the
selected printer.
3 User logins to the
Authentication
Server using ID
card.
5 Spooler server
sends the print job
to the selected
printer.
2 Spooler server
receives the
print job.
4 Authentication
Server confirms
the login
information
registered.
Authentication server: it has to install the KYOCERA Net Policy Manager (Option).
ID card and ID card reader: they are used to register and authenticate a user.
Spooler server: it pulls the print job to an afterward selected printer if user required.
For more details, contact your dealer or service representative.
3-12
1 User sends the
print job to the
spooler server.
4
Document Box
This chapter contains explanations on the following topics:
Document Box........................................................................................................................................ 4-2
Custom Box............................................................................................................................................ 4-3
Job Box................................................................................................................................................. 4-24
4-1
Document Box
Document Box
The Document Box is a function for saving print data from a computer onto the HDD on the machine and then printing it by
operating the operation panel.
Press [Document Box] to display the Document Box menu.
Document Box has the following functions.
• Custom Box...4-3
• Job Box...4-24
4-2
Document Box
Custom Box
The Custom Box is a general-purpose box which allows the user to save print data on the printer's HDD and then re-use it
whenever necessary.
The transmission of data to save in the box is done with the printer driver. For more information, refer to the Printer Driver
User Guide.
Use the printer's operation panel to print the print data stored in a Custom Box.
Procedure for printing using Custom Box
Follow the work flow below when using Custom Box.
Registering the Custom Box (page 4-4)
▼
Specifying the Custom Box from a computer and sending the print job (page 3-2)
▼
Using the operation panel to specify a file within a Box and printing it (page 4-15)
Note After pressing [Document Box], it is possible to display either the Custom Box list screen or the Job Box
menu screen or to set them. Refer to Def. Screen(Box) (Document Box default screen settings.) on page 6-60.
If the Job Box menu screen is displayed, follow the procedure below to display the Custom Box list screen.
1
Press [Back].
2
Press U or V to select Custom Box.
3
Press [OK]. Custom Box list screen appears.
Operation panel display
a b
Custom Box:
[ Menu
] [
Add
]
1
Press [Document Box]. Either the Custom Box list screen or the Job
Box menu screen is displayed.
Note After pressing [Document Box], it is possible to display
either the Custom Box list screen or the Job Box menu screen or
to set them. Refer to Def. Screen(Box) (Document Box default
screen settings.) on page 6-60.
If the Job Box menu screen is displayed, follow the procedure
below to display the Custom Box list screen.
1
Press [Back].
2
Press U or V to select Custom Box.
3
Press [OK]. Custom Box list screen appears.
The options available in Custom Box are as follows:
• Custom Box operation (Box creation, editing and deletion)...4-4
• File operations (Printing, deleting and moving files)...4-15
4-3
Document Box
Custom Box operation (Box creation, editing and deletion)
It is possible to create Custom Boxes and change Box settings.
The following operations are possible:
• Custom Box creation...4-4
• Editing and Deleting Custom Boxes...4-11
• Sorting the Custom Box list...4-12
• Searching Custom Boxes...4-13
• Setting automatic document deletion for Custom Boxes...4-14
Note The creation and setting of Custom Boxes is also possible from Command Center RX. For more information,
refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
Custom Box creation
Create a Custom Box. Enter the Box Name and Box Number then it is possible to continue on and set the details of the Box.
Note When user login administration is enabled, log in as a user with administrator authority.
Box Name Entry:
a b
Box03*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press [Add] ([Right Select]). The
Box Name Entry screen appears.
2
Enter the Box Name using the numeric keys.
Note Up to 32 characters can be entered.
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Box Number Entry: a b
(0001 - 1000)
/0003-
3
Press [OK]. The Box Number Entry screen appears.
4
Enter the Box Number using the numeric keys.
Note Enter the Box Number as a four-digit number from 0001 1000.
q Box03:
a b
1
Exit
********************2 Detail
5
Press [OK].
4-4
Document Box
6
Press U or V to select Detail or Exit then press [OK].
To set the details of the Box, select Detail and proceed to Detailed
box settings on page 4-5.
If the details of the Box will not be set then select Exit and finish the
operation.
Detailed box settings
Set the details of the Box when necessary. The items to set are different between when user login administration is not
enabled, when user login administration is enabled and the user is logged in with administrator authority and when user
login administration is enabled and the user is logged in with user authority.
a b
1/9
Detail:
Box Name:
Box03
[
Edit
]
The detailed settings for the Box are as below.
Yes: The setting can be changed. No: The setting cannot be changed. –: No setting
User login On
Setting
User login Off
Reference Page
Administrator User
Box Name
Yes
Yes
Yes
Box Name (Change the Box name)...4-6
Owner
–
Yes
No
Owner (Owner settings)...4-6
Permission
–
Yes
Yes
Permission (settings for the sharing of a
Box)...4-7
Box Password
Yes
Yes
Yes
Box Password (Box password setting)...4-7
Box Number
Yes
Yes
Yes
Box Number (Change of the Box number)...48
Usage Restrict.
Yes
Yes
No
Usage Restrict. (Setting for maximum
possible capacity usage)...4-9
Auto File Del.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auto File Del. (Setting for automatic file
deletion)...4-9
Overwrite Set.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Overwrite Set. (Setting of overwrite
storage)...4-10
Del. afterPrint
Yes
Yes
Yes
Del. afterPrint (Setting for file deletion after
printing)...4-10
4-5
Document Box
Box Name (Change the Box name)
Change the Box name.
a b
1/9
Detail:
Box Name:
Box03
[
Edit
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Box Name.
2
Press [Edit] ([Right Select]). The Box Name Entry screen
appears.
3
Enter the Box Name using the numeric keys.
]
Box Name Entry:
a b
Box03*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
Note Up to 32 characters can be entered.
Refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6 for details on
entering characters.
4
Press [OK]. The Detail menu screen reappears.
Owner (Owner settings)
When user login administration is enabled, set the owner of the Box. If the owner is not set then the owner name is displayed
as [-----].
a b
2/9
Detail:
Owner:
Smith
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Owner.
2
Press [Change] ([Right Select]). The User setting screen
appears.
3
Press U or V to select Network User.
[ Change ]
User setting:
a b
1
Network
User
********************2 None
Note If the owner will not be set then select None and press
[OK].
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
4
Press [OK]. The Login User Name screen appears.
]
4-6
Document Box
5
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys.
Note Up to 64 characters can be entered.
Refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6 for details on
entering characters.
6
Press [OK]. The Detail menu screen reappears.
Permission (settings for the sharing of a Box)
When user login administration is enabled, this setting determines whether or not a Box will be shared with other users.
a b
3/9
Detail:
Permission:
Private
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Permission.
2
Press [Change] ([Right Select]). The Permission screen
appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select Shared or Private.
[ Change ]
Permission:
a b
1 Shared
2 *Private
********************-
Press [OK]. The Detail menu screen reappears.
Box Password (Box password setting)
It is possible to set a password for a box and restrict the users who have access to it. Enter one if necessary.
Note This setting is not displayed when user login administration is enabled and the Permission (settings for the
sharing of a Box) on page 4-7 has been set to Private.
a b
4/9
Detail:
Box Password:
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Box Password.
2
Press [Edit] ([Right Select]). The New Password input menu
screen appears.
3
Enter the new password using the numeric keys.
zzzzzzzzzz
[
New Password:
*
[
Edit
]
a b
S
ABC
Text
]
Note Up to 16 characters can be entered. For details on entering
characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6.
4-7
Document Box
Confirm Password: a b
*
S
[
ABC
Text
4
Press [OK]. The Confirm Password input menu screen appears.
5
To confirm, re-enter the security password to be registered. Enter the
password with the numeric keys.
6
Press [OK]. If the password is correct, the setting is changed to the
new password and the Detail menu screen reappears.
]
If the password is not correct, the display shows Incorrect
password. and returns to the New Password screen, so enter again
from the new password.
Box Number (Change of the Box number)
Change the Box number.
a b
5/9
Detail:
Box Number:
0002
[
Edit
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Box Number.
2
Press [Edit] ([Right Select]). The Box Name Entry screen
appears.
3
Enter the Box Number using the numeric keys.
]
Box Number Entry: a b
(0001 - 1000)
/0002-
Note Enter the Box Number as a four-digit number from 0001 1000.
If the display shows This box number is already
registered. then this Box number is already in use. Register a
different Box number.
4
Press [OK]. The Detail menu screen reappears.
4-8
Document Box
Usage Restrict. (Setting for maximum possible capacity usage)
It is possible to restrict the capacity of Boxes in order to preserve the HDD capacity. To limit the usage capacity, enter the
maximum value (MB) with the numeric keys. The limit value will vary depending on the number of user Boxes that are
created, but it is possible to enter the maximum between 1 and 30,000 (MB).
Detail:
Usage Restrict.:
200MB
a b
6/9
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Usage
Restrict..
2
Press [Change] ([Right Select]). The Usage Restrict. screen
appears.
3
4
Enter the limit value using the numeric keys.
[ Change ]
Usage Restrict.:
(1 - 30000)
/**200-MB
a b
Press [OK]. The Detail menu screen reappears.
Auto File Del. (Setting for automatic file deletion)
This automatically deletes the documents that have been saved after a fixed period. Set to On for the automatic deletion
and then enter the number of days that the documents will be stored. Between 1 and 31 (days) can be entered. Set to Off
if automatic deletion will not be used.
Detail:
Auto File Del.:
Off
a b
7/9
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Auto File
Del..
2
Press [Change] ([Right Select]). The Auto File Del. menu
screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select Off/On.
5
Press U or V to select On or Off.
[ Change ]
Auto File Del.:
a b
1 Off/On
********************-
Off/On:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
Press [OK]. The Off/On screen reappears.
4-9
Document Box
Auto File Del.:
a b
1
Off/On
********************2 Period
Period:
a b
(1 - 31)
/*7-day(s)
6
Press [OK]. The Auto File Del. menu screen reappears.
Note If On has been selected, set the number of days for storage
as the Period. Period is only displayed if it has been set to On.
7
8
Press U or V to select Period.
Press [OK]. The Period screen reappears.
9 Enter the number of days for storage using the numeric keys.
10 Press [OK]. The Detail menu screen reappears.
Overwrite Set. (Setting of overwrite storage)
This setting is used to permit or prohibit the overwriting of old documents that have been stored for the storage of new
documents.
Detail:
Overwrite Set.:
Permit
a b
8/9
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Overwrite
Set..
2
Press [Change] ([Right Select]). The Overwrite Set. screen
appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select Permit or Prohibit.
[ Change ]
Overwrite Set.:
a b
1
*Permit
********************2 Prohibit
Press [OK]. The Detail menu screen reappears.
Del. afterPrint (Setting for file deletion after printing)
This automatically deletes the documents from the Boxes when the printing is complete.
Detail:
Del. afterPrint:
Off
a b
9/9
1
In the Detail menu screen, press Y or Z to select Del.
afterPrint.
[ Change ]
4-10
Document Box
Del. afterPrint: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
2
Press [Change] ([Right Select]). The Del. afterPrint screen
appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select On or Off.
Press [OK]. The Detail menu screen reappears.
Editing and Deleting Custom Boxes
It is possible to change the detailed settings of the Custom Boxes and to delete Boxes.
Custom Box:
a b
i
0001 ABC box
********************i 0002 XYZ box
i 0003 Common
[ Menu ] [ Add
]
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
All Files
********************j AAAA
g
T
j BBBB
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press U or V to select the Box to edit
or delete.
2
Press [OK]. The file list screen for the Box selected is displayed.
Note If the screen for entering a password is displayed then
enter the password using the numeric keys and then press [OK].
Refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6 for details on
entering characters.
The following operations are possible:
• Editing Custom Boxes...4-11
• Deleting Custom Boxes...4-12
Editing Custom Boxes
Menu:
a b
1
Search(Name)
********************2 Box Detail/Edit
3 Delete
a b
1/9
Detail:
Box Name:
Box03
[
Edit
]
1
In the file list screen, press [Menu] ([Left Select]).The Menu screen
appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select Box Detail/Edit.
4
Press Y or Z to check each of the settings and make changes.
Press [OK]. The Detail screen appears.
Note For the method for making changes, refer to Detailed box
settings on page 4-5.
5
When the editing is completed press [OK]. The file list screen
reappears.
4-11
Document Box
Deleting Custom Boxes
Menu:
a b
1
Search(Name)
********************2 Box Detail/Edit
3 Delete
Delete.
Are you sure?
z q ABC box
[
Yes
] [
No
1
In the file list screen, press [Menu] ([Left Select]). The Menu screen
appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select Delete.
4
To proceed with deleting the custom box, press [Yes] ([Left
Select]). Completed. appears and the custom box is deleted. The
Once deleting of the custom box ends, the Custom Box list screen
reappears.
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
]
Custom Box:
a b
i
0002 XYZ box
********************i 0003 Common
i 0004 DEF box
[ Menu ] [ Add
]
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the file list screen
without deleting the custom box.
Sorting the Custom Box list
When user login administration is enabled, it is possible to sort the list display into either Box Number order or Box Owner
order.
Menu:
a b
1
Sort
********************2 Search(No.)
3 File Del. Time
[ Exit
]
a b
Sort:
1
*Box No.
********************2 Box Owner
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press [Menu] ([Left Select]). The
Menu screen appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select Sort.
4
5
Press U or V to select Box No. or Box Owner.
Press [OK]. The Sort screen appears.
Press [OK]. The Menu screen reappears.
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Searching Custom Boxes
It is possible to search for a Custom Box using either the Box number or Box name.
Menu:
a b
1
Sort
********************2 Search(No.)
3 File Del. Time
[ Exit
]
a b
Search(No.):
(0001 - 1000)
/0003[ Menu
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press [Menu] ([Left Select]). The
Menu screen appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select Search (No.) or Search (Name).
Press [OK]. The Search (No.) screen or the Search (Name)
screen appears.
Searching is possible using the methods below:
• Searching with Box numbers...4-13
• Searching with Box names...4-13
]
Searching with Box numbers
Menu:
a b
1
*Search(No.)
********************2 Search(Name)
Search(No.):
a b
(0001 - 1000)
/0003[ Menu
1
In the Search(No.), press [Menu] ([Left Select]). The Menu
screen appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select Search(No.).
4
Enter the Box number to be found and press [OK]. A search is done
for the Box number entered.
1
In the Search(No.), press [Menu] ([Left Select]). The Menu
screen appears.
2
Press U or V to select Search(Name).
Press [OK]. The Search(No.) screen appears.
]
Searching with Box names
Menu:
a b
1
*Search(No.)
********************2 Search(Name)
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Document Box
a b
Search(Name):
Box03*
S
[ Menu
] [
ABC
Text
]
3
Press [OK]. The Search(Name) screen appears.
4
Enter the Box name to be found and press [OK]. A search is done for
the Box name entered.
Note Refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6 for details on
entering characters.
Setting automatic document deletion for Custom Boxes
Set the time for documents stored in Custom Boxes to be automatically deleted.
Menu:
a b
1
Sort
********************2 Search(No.)
3 File Del. Time
[ Exit
]
File Del. Time:
Hour
Min.
/00-:
00
a b
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press [Menu] ([Left Select]). The
Menu screen appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select File Del. Time.
4
Enter the hours and minutes using the numeric keys.
Press [OK]. The File Del. Time screen appears.
Press U or V to increase or decrease the figures.
Use Y and Z to move the position being entered, which is shown
highlighted.
5
Press [OK]. The Menu screen reappears.
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File operations (Printing, deleting and moving files)
It is possible to print files stored in a Custom Box, to delete them or to move them to a different Custom Box.
The following operations are possible:
• Box number/Box name (Select a File)...4-15
• Select/Deselect All Files...4-15
• Print a File...4-16
• Print a File (Changes to the print settings)...4-17
• Delete a File...4-22
• Moving files...4-22
• Check File Details...4-23
Custom Box:
a b
i
0001 ABC box
********************i 0002 XYZ box
i 0003 Common
[ Menu ] [ Add
]
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
All Files
********************j AAAA
g
j BBBB
g
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press U or V to select a Custom Box.
2
Press [OK]. The printer displays a list of files stored in the Custom
Box.
Note If the screen for entering a password is displayed then
enter the password using the numeric keys and then press [OK].
Refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6 for details on
entering characters.
Box number/Box name (Select a File)
To print/delete a file in the Custom Box, first select the file to be printed or deleted.
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
All Files
********************j AAAA
g
g
j BBBB
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
2
Press U or V to select the file to be printed/deleted.
When [Select] ([Right Select]) is pressed, the file is selected. A
checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] ([Right Select])
again to cancel the selection.
Note To select all files, follow the steps of Select/Deselect All
Files on page 4-15.
Select/Deselect All Files
All files in the Custom Box are selected.
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
All Files
********************j AAAA
T
j BBBB
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
In the file list screen, press U or V to select All Files.
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m 0001 ABC box:
a b
All
Files
********************j AAAA
g
j BBBB
g
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
2
Press [Select] ([Right Select]).
When there is a file not checked in the Custom Box, all files will be
checkmarked.
When all files in the Custom Box are checked, all checkmarked files
are deselected.
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
All Files
********************j AAAA
T
j BBBB
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
Print a File
Print the file(s) selected in the Custom Box.
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Print(ChangeSet)
3 Delete
a b
Copies:
(1 - 999,---)
--*****copies
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select Print.
Press [OK]. The Copies menu screen appears.
If you want to change the number of remaining copies to be printed,
use the numeric keys to set the number of copies to be printed.
Note If Job Accounting is enabled, enter the account ID in the
login screen that appears. The Copies menu screen appears
after login.
--- is displayed first, and it means it according to the set number of
copies when the data of each file is preserved. In this setting, each
set number of copies is printed.
Accepted.
4
Press [OK]. The message Accepted. appears and printing begins.
When On is selected in the Del. afterPrint (Setting for file deletion
after printing) on page 4-10, the selected file will be deleted from the
Custom Box after it is printed.
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Document Box
Print a File (Changes to the print settings)
To change the print settings for a file selected in a Custom Box and print it.
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Print(ChangeSet)
3 Delete
a b
Copies:
(1 - 999)
--*****copies
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select Print(ChangeSet).
Press [OK]. The Copies menu screen appears.
If you want to change the number of remaining copies to be printed,
use the numeric keys to set the number of copies to be printed.
Note If Job Accounting is enabled, enter the account ID in the
login screen that appears. The Copies menu screen appears
after login.
[Function]
[Function] ([Right Select]) can be pressed to change the print
settings. For details, refer to Print Function Settings on page 4-17.
Paper Source:
a b
Auto
********************F Letter
Labels
A A4
Plain
[Function]
Accepted.
4
Press [OK]. The Paper Source menu screen appears.
5
6
Press U or V to select the tray containing the paper you want to use.
Press [OK]. The message Accepted. appears and printing begins.
When On is selected, the selected file will be deleted from the Custom
Box after it is printed.
Print Function Settings
When printing, the print settings can be changed.
Options available in Print Function Settings are as follows:
• Paper Output (Output location selection)...4-18
• Collate (Collate Setting)...4-18
• Offset (Offset Setting)...4-19
• Duplex (Setting the duplex printing)...4-19
• Eco Print (Selecting the EcoPrint mode)...4-20
• File Name Entry (entering a file name)...4-20
• JobFinish Notice (Settings for notification when jobs are finished)...4-21
• Del. after Print (Delete data after printing setting)...4-21
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Document Box
Paper Output (Output location selection)
Select the output location. For details, refer to Paper Output (Selecting the Paper Output Location) on page 6-31.
Note The screen varies depending on the installed options.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
Paper Output:
a b
1
*Job Separator
********************2 Tray A
3 Tray B
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Paper Output.
3
Press [OK]. The Paper Output menu appears showing the
available output locations.
Note The screen shown appears when a 4,000-sheet Finisher is
installed.
4
5
Press U or V to select the desired output location.
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Collate.
3
Press [OK]. The Collate screen appears.
4
5
Press U or V to select On or Off.
Press [OK]. The selected output location is stored and the Function
menu reappears.
Collate (Collate Setting)
Select the collate setting.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
Collate:
1 Off
1 *On
********************-
Press [OK]. The selected mode is set and you return to the function
menu.
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Document Box
Offset (Offset Setting)
Set whether each set of printed output is offset from the previous set.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
Offset:
1 Off
1 *On
********************-
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Offset.
3
Press [OK]. The Offset screen appears.
4
Press U or V to select On or Off.
5
Press [OK].
The selected mode is set and you return to the function menu.
Duplex (Setting the duplex printing)
Set duplex printing. For details, refer to Duplex (Setting the duplex printing) on page 6-30.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
Duplex:
1
*Off
********************2 Bind Long Edge
3 Bind Short Edge
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Duplex.
3
Press [OK]. The Duplex screen appears showing the list of
available duplex printing modes.
4
Press U or V to select the desired duplex printing mode.
The message display toggles through the following:
Off (default)
Bind Long Edge
Bind Short Edge
Selecting Off disables duplex printing.
5
Press [OK]. The duplex printing mode is set and the Function menu
reappears.
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Document Box
Eco Print (Selecting the EcoPrint mode)
Set EcoPrint mode. For details, refer to EcoPrint (Selecting the EcoPrint mode) on page 6-35.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
EcoPrint:
1 Off
2
*1(Low)
********************3 2
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Eco Print.
3
Press [OK]. The Eco Print screen appears.
4
Press U or V to select the EcoPrint mode.
5
Press [OK]. The EcoPrint mode is set and the Function menu
reappears.
File Name Entry (entering a file name)
Enter the file name. The file name entered is displayed as the Job Name in the Job Status and Job Log.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
File Name Entry:
doc*
a b
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select File Name Entry.
3
Press [OK]. The File Name Entry screen appears.
4
Enter the file name using the numeric keys.
S
[
ABC
Text
]
Note Up to 32 characters can be entered.
Refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6 for details on
entering characters.
5
Press [OK]. Register the file name and the Function menu
reappears.
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Document Box
JobFinish Notice (Settings for notification when jobs are finished)
The end of a job is notified using E-mail.
Note To send E-mail on this machine, set the SMTP and POP3 settings to On. For details, refer to Protocol Detail
(Detailed settings for the network protocol) on page 6-46.
A mail server must be registered. For the method for setting a server, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
JobFinish Notic: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
Address Entry:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select JobFinish Notice.
3
Press [OK]. The JobFinish Notice screen appears.
4
Press U or V to select On.
5
Press [OK]. The Address Entry screen appears.
6
Enter the E-Mail address to be notified.
]
Note Up to 128 characters can be entered.
Refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6 for details on
entering characters.
When user login administration is set, the address of the logged in
user is entered.
7
Press [OK]. Register the address and the Function menu
reappears.
Del. after Print (Delete data after printing setting)
Use this setting to specify whether or not the file data is deleted after printing.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Del. after Print.
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Del. after Print: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
3
Press [OK]. The Del. after Print screen appears.
4
5
Press U or V to select the Del. after Print setting.
Press [OK]. The Del. after Print setting is set and the Function
menu reappears.
Delete a File
Delete the file(s) selected in the Custom Box.
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Print(ChangeSet)
3 Delete
Delete.
Are you sure?
z j AAAA
[
Yes
] [
No
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
3
Press U or V to select Delete.
4
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Completed. appears
and the selected file(s) are deleted.
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
]
Completed.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Print/Delete
menu screen without deleting the file.
Moving files
A file can be moved to a different Custom Box.
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Print(ChangeSet)
3 Delete
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
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Document Box
m 0001 ABC box:
a b
4
Move
********************-
Custom Box:
a b
i
0002 XYZ box
********************i 0003 Common
i 0004 doc box
Completed.
2
Press U or V to select Move.
3
Press [OK]. The Custom Box list screen appears.
4
5
Press U or V to select the destination Box.
The message Completed. appears and the selected file(s) is/are
moved. Press [OK].
Note If the screen for entering a password is displayed then
enter the password using the numeric keys and then press [OK].
Refer to Character Entry Method on page A-6 for details on
entering characters.
Check File Details
Details for the file that is selected with the cursor will appear.
Menu:
a b
1
Search(Name)
********************2 Box Detail/Edit
3 File Detail
Detail:
P b
File Name:
1/ 5
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
1
2
In the file list screen, press [Menu] ([Left Select]).
3
Press [OK]. Details for the file that is selected with the cursor
appears.
Press U or V to select File Detail.
The details for the file covers 6 pages in all. Press Z to view to the
next page or Y to return to the previous page.
[ Detail ]
In the File Name screen, if the file name is abbreviated because it
cannot be displayed on one line, press [Detail] ([Right Select]) to
change the display to three lines. If the file name cannot be displayed
in three lines, use U or V to scroll up and down the display.
Detail:
O b
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZ.txt
Pressing [OK] in three lines display returns you to one line display.
4
Pressing [OK] while the file details are displayed returns you to the
file list screen.
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Document Box
Job Box
Job Box is a print function that makes the Job Retention function possible. The settings are specified from the printer driver.
Refer to Printer driver print settings screen on page 3-3 or the Printer Driver User Guide.
Job Retention
Job Retention has four modes as summarized below. These modes are selected from the printer driver through the
application software:
*
Quick Copy
Proof-and-Hold
Private Print
Stored Job
Primary function
To later print
additional copies
To proof the first copy
before printing
multiple copies
To hold the document
in printer to prevent
unauthorized access
To electronically store
documents such as
fax cover pages
On terminating print
setting from
application software
Prints simultaneously
Prints one copy
simultaneously
Does not print
Does not print
Retrieved by
Operation panel
Operation panel
Operation panel
Operation panel
Default number of
copies printed at
retrieval
Same as storing
(can be changed)
One less
(can be changed)
Same as storing
(can be changed)
One
(can be changed)
Maximum number of
jobs stored *
32, expandable to 300 32, expandable to 300 Depends on the HDD
capacity (the job is
automatically deleted
after printing)
Depends on the HDD
capacity
PIN security
No
No
Yes
Yes (if necessary)
Data after printing
Stored
Stored
Deleted
Stored
Data at power off
Deleted
Deleted
Deleted
Stored
Jobs in excess will cause the earlier ones to be deleted.
Note Refer to the Printer Driver User Guide for the driver settings and print (save) procedures.
After pressing [Document Box], it is possible to display either the Job Box list screen or the Custom Box menu
screen or to set them. Refer to Def. Screen(Box) (Document Box default screen settings.) on page 6-60.
If the Custom Box menu screen is displayed, follow the procedure below to display the Job Box list screen.
1
Press [Back].
2
Press U or V to select Job Box.
3
Press [OK]. Job Box list screen appears.
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Document Box
Procedure for printing using Job Box
Follow the work flow below when using Job Box.
Specifying the Custom Box from a computer and sending the print job (page 3-2)
▼
Using the operation panel to specify a file within a Box and printing it
• Quick Copy (page 4-25)
• Proof-and-Hold (page 4-29)
• Private Print (page 4-31)
• Stored Job (page 4-31)
Operation panel display
Job Box:
a b
1
Job Box Settings
********************-
[
Exit
1
]
Press [Document Box]. Either the Custom Box list screen or the Job
Box menu screen is displayed.
Note After pressing [Document Box], it is possible to display
either the Custom Box list screen or the Job Box menu screen or
to set them. Refer to Def. Screen(Box) (Document Box default
screen settings.) on page 6-60.
If the Job Box menu screen is displayed, follow the procedure
below to display the Custom Box list screen.
1
Press [Back].
2
Press U or V to select Job Box.
3
Press [OK]. Job Box menu screen appears.
The options available in Job Box are as follows:
• Quick Copy (Using Quick Copy)...4-25
• Using Proof-and-Hold...4-29
• Private/Stored (Printing a Private Print/Stored Job)...4-31
• Job Box Settings (Job Box Configuration)...4-35
Quick Copy is only displayed if there are any jobs that were saved to the HDD in Quick Copy mode.
Private/Stored is only displayed if there are any jobs that were saved to the HDD.
Quick Copy (Using Quick Copy)
This mode enables you to print the requested number of copies of a job, simultaneously storing the job on the HDD. When
additional copies are required, you can reprint the required number of copies from the printer operation panel. To print a job
as a quick copy job, refer to Printer Driver User Guide.
The default number of print jobs that can be stored on the HDD is 32. This value can be increased to up to 300. For details,
refer to Job Box Settings (Job Box Configuration) on page 4-35. When the number of jobs reaches the limit, the oldest job
will be overwritten by the new one.
When the printer is turned off, all stored jobs will be deleted.
Note Refer to the Printer Driver User Guide for the driver settings.
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Document Box
The following operations are possible:
• Printing Additional Copies using Quick Copy...4-26
• Select/Deselect All Files...4-26
• Print a File...4-27
• Deleting a Quick Copy Job...4-27
• Delete a File...4-28
Printing Additional Copies using Quick Copy
1 In the Job Box menu, press U or V to select Quick Copy.
2 Press [OK]. The Quick Copy screen appears listing the user names
Quick Copy:
a b
l
User01
********************l User02
l User03
l User01:
a b
All Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313g
Q Data02.doc 120313g
[ Select ]
for stored jobs.
3
Press U or V to select the user name you entered in the printer
driver.
4
Press [OK]. The printer displays a list of the jobs stored under the
selected user name.
5
Press U or V to scroll to the desired job title.
When [Select] ([Right Select]) is pressed, the file is selected. A
checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] ([Right Select])
again to cancel the selection.
Note To select all files, follow the steps of Select/Deselect All
Files on page 4-26
Select/Deselect All Files
All files in the Job Box are selected.
l User01:
a b
All Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313g
Q Data02.doc 120313g
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
l User01:
a b
All
Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313T
Q Data02.doc 120313T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
In the file list screen, press U or V to select All Files.
2
Press [Select] ([Right Select]).
When all files in the Job Box are checked, all checkmarked files are
deselected.
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Document Box
When there is a file not checked in the Job Box, all files will be
checkmarked.
l User01:
a b
All
Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313g
Q Data02.doc 120313g
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
Print a File
Print the file(s) selected in the Job Box.
l User01:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Delete
a b
Copies:
(1 - 999,---)
--*****copies
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press U or V to select Print and press [OK]. The Copies menu
screen appears.
To print 2 or more copies, use the numeric keys to set the number of
copies to be printed.
Note --- is displayed first, and it means it according to the set
number of copies when the data of each file is preserved. In this
setting, each set number of copies is printed.
Accepted.
3
Press [OK]. The message Accepted. appears and the printer prints
the selected job.
Deleting a Quick Copy Job
Jobs saved using Quick Copy are automatically deleted when you turn the printer off, but you can also use this procedure
to delete jobs individually.
Quick Copy:
a b
l
User01
********************l User02
l User03
1
2
In the Job Box menu, press U or V to select Quick Copy.
3
Press U or V to select the user name you entered in the printer
driver.
Press [OK]. The Quick Copy screen appears listing the user names
for stored jobs.
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Document Box
l User01:
a b
All
Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313g
Q Data02.doc 120313g
[ Select ]
4
Press [OK]. The printer displays a list of the jobs stored under the
selected user name.
5
Press U or V to select the name of the job to be deleted.
When [Select] ([Right Select]) is pressed, the file is selected. A
checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] ([Right Select])
again to cancel the selection.
Note To select all files, follow the steps of Select/Deselect All
Files on page 4-26
Delete a File
Delete the file(s) selected in the Job Box.
l User01:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Delete
Delete.
Are you sure?
z Q Data01.doc 120313
[
Yes
] [
Completed.
No
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press U or V to select Delete and press [OK]. A confirmation
message is appears.
3
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Completed. appears
and the printer deletes the selected job.
]
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to return to the previous
screen.
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Document Box
Using Proof-and-Hold
When you print multiple copies, this mode first prints one copy so that you can proof it before continuing to print the
remaining copies. Since you can proof the printouts before printing the remaining copies, wastage of paper can be reduced.
The printer prints one copy and, at the same time, saves the print job on the HDD. You can also change the number of
copies when resuming printing from the operation panel.
When the printer is turned off, all stored jobs will be deleted.
The following operations are possible:
• Printing Remaining Copies of a Proof-and-Hold Job...4-29
• Print a File...4-30
• Deleting a Proof-and-Hold Job...4-30
• Delete a File...4-31
Printing Remaining Copies of a Proof-and-Hold Job
Refer to Printer Driver User Guide for the driver settings.
Quick Copy:
a b
l
User01
********************l User02
l User03
l User01:
a b
All Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313g
Q Data02.doc 120313g
[ Select ]
1
In the Job Box menu, press U or V to select Quick Copy.
2
Press [OK]. The Quick Copy screen appears listing the user names
for stored jobs.
3
Press U or V to select the user name you entered in the printer
driver.
4
Press [OK]. The printer displays a list of the jobs stored under the
selected user name.
5
Press U or V to select the name of the job to be printed.
When [Select] ([Right Select]) is pressed, the file is selected. A
checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] ([Right Select])
again to cancel the selection.
Note To select all files, follow the steps of Select/Deselect All
Files on page 4-26
4-29
Document Box
Print a File
Print the file(s) selected in the Job Box.
l User01:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Delete
Copies:
a b
(1 - 999,---)
--*****copies
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press U or V to select Print and press [OK]. The Copies menu
screen appears.
If you want to change the number of remaining copies to be printed,
use the numeric keys to set the number of copies to be printed.
Note --- is displayed first, and it means it according to the set
number of copies when the data of each file is preserved. In this
setting, each set number of copies is printed.
If Job Accounting is enabled, enter the account ID in the login screen
that appears. The Copies menu screen appears after login.
Note When the access code is set to the document selected in
the check box, ID error is displayed for the disagreement.
Accepted.
3
Press [OK]. The message Accepted. appears and the printer prints
the selected job.
Deleting a Proof-and-Hold Job
Saved jobs are automatically deleted when you turn the printer off, but you can also use this procedure to delete jobs
individually.
Quick Copy:
a b
l
User01
********************l User02
l User03
l User01:
a b
All Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313g
Q Data02.doc 120313g
[ Select ]
1
2
In the Job Box menu, press U or V to select Quick Copy.
3
Press U or V to select the user name you entered in the printer
driver.
4
Press [OK]. The printer displays a list of the jobs stored under the
selected user name.
Press [OK]. The Quick Copy screen appears listing the user names
for stored jobs.
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Document Box
5
Press U or V to select the name of the job to be deleted.
When [Select] ([Right Select]) is pressed, the file is selected. A
checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] ([Right Select])
again to cancel the selection.
Note To select all files, follow the steps of Select/Deselect All
Files on page 4-26
Delete a File
Delete the file(s) selected in the Job Box.
l User01:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Delete
Delete.
Are you sure?
z Q Data01.doc 120313
[
Yes
] [
No
Completed.
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press U or V to select Delete and press [OK].A confirmation
message is appears.
3
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Completed. appears
and the selected job is deleted.
]
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to return to the previous
screen.
Private/Stored (Printing a Private Print/Stored Job)
In private printing, you can specify that a job is not printed until you release the job from the operation panel. When sending
the job from the application software, specify a 4-digit access code in the printer driver. The job is released for printing by
entering the access code on the operation panel ensuring confidentiality of the print job.
In the stored job mode, access codes are not mandatory, but can be set on the printer driver if printing with PIN security is
required. Then, the access code must be entered on the operation panel to print a stored job. Print data will be stored in the
HDD after printing.
Refer to Printer Driver User Guide for the driver settings.
The following operations are possible:
• Printing a Private/Stored Job...4-32
• Print a File...4-32
• Deleting a Private/Stored Job...4-33
• Delete a File...4-34
4-31
Document Box
Printing a Private/Stored Job
Private/Stored:
a b
l
User01
********************l User02
l User03
l User01:
a b
All Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313g
Q Data02.doc 120313g
[ Select ]
1
2
In the Job Box menu, press U or V to select Private/Stored.
3
Press U or V to select the user name you entered in the printer
driver.
4
Press [OK]. The printer displays a list of the jobs stored under the
selected user name.
5
Press U or V to select the name of the job to be printed.
Press [OK]. The Private/Stored screen appears listing the user
names for stored jobs.
When [Select] ([Right Select]) is pressed, the file is selected. A
checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] ([Right Select])
again to cancel the selection.
Note To select all files, follow the steps of Select/Deselect All
Files on page 4-26
Print a File
Print the file(s) selected in the Job Box.
l User01:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Delete
ID:
P b
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press U or V to select Print and press [OK]. If the selected job was
saved as a Private Print job, its ID is displayed. If the job was saved
in stored job mode, the number of direct copies is displayed.
3
Use the numeric keys to enter the access code entered in the printer driver.
0001S
*******************
Press [OK]. If the entered access code is correct, the Copies menu
screen appears.
If the entered access code is incorrect, the ID menu screen
reappears.
Note When the access code is set to the document selected
in the check box, Incorrect ID is displayed for the
disagreement.
4-32
Document Box
Copies:
a b
(1 - 999,---)
--*****copies
Accepted.
4
To print 2 or more copies, use the numeric keys to set the number of
copies to be printed.
Note --- is displayed first, and it means it according to the set
number of copies when the data of each file is preserved. In this
setting, each set number of copies is printed.
5
Press [OK]. The message Accepted. appears and the printer prints
the selected job.
Deleting a Private/Stored Job
You can individually delete stored jobs by performing the following procedure. Jobs saved using Private Print will be
automatically deleted if you turn the power off after printing, but jobs saved using Stored Job will not be deleted
automatically.
Private/Stored:
a b
l
User01
********************l User02
l User03
l User01:
a b
All Files
********************Q Data01.doc 120313g
Q Data02.doc 120313g
[ Select ]
1
2
In the Job Box menu, press U or V to select Private/Stored.
3
Press U or V to select the user name you entered in the printer
driver.
4
Press [OK]. The printer displays a list of the jobs stored under the
selected user name.
5
Press U or V to select the name of the job to be printed.
Press [OK]. The Private/Stored screen appears listing the user
names for stored jobs.
When [Select] ([Right Select]) is pressed, the file is selected. A
checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] ([Right Select])
again to cancel the selection.
Note To select all files, follow the steps of Select/Deselect All
Files on page 4-26
4-33
Document Box
Delete a File
Delete the file(s) selected in the Job Box.
l User01:
a b
1
Print
********************2 Delete
P b
ID:
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press [OK]. The Print/
Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press U or V to select Delete and press [OK]. The ID is
displayed.
3
Use the numeric keys to enter the access code entered in the printer
driver.
4
Press [Enter] ([Right Select]). If the entered access code is
correct, the Delete menu screen appears. If the entered access code
0001S
*******************
Delete.
Are you sure?
z Q Data01.doc 120313
[
Yes
] [
Completed.
No
is incorrect, the ID menu screen reappears.
Note When the access code is set to the document selected
in the check box, ID error is displayed for the disagreement.
]
5
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). Complete. appears and the printer
deletes the selected job.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to return to the previous
screen.
4-34
Document Box
Job Box Settings (Job Box Configuration)
Change Job Box settings, such as the maximum number of storable documents in the HDD, and automatic delete settings,
and select the storage media.
The following items are available in the Job Box detail settings.
• Changing the Maximum Number of Quick Copy jobs...4-35
• Set Automatic Delete times for Temporary Jobs...4-35
Changing the Maximum Number of Quick Copy jobs
This changes maximum number of Quick Copy jobs to a value between 0 and 300. The default is 32.
Job Box Settings: a b
1
Quick Copy Jobs
********************2 JobRet. Deletion
[
Exit
1
2
In the Job Box menu, press U or V to select Job Box Settings.
3
Select Quick Copy Jobs and press [OK]. The Quick Copy Jobs
screen appears.
4
Use the numeric keys to set the maximum number of Quick Copy
jobs.
5
Press [OK]. The setting is stored and the Job Box Settings menu
reappears.
Press [OK]. The Job Box Settings screen appears.
]
Quick Copy Jobs: a b
(0 - 300)
/32-job(s)
Set Automatic Delete times for Temporary Jobs
When the set period passes, the temporary jobs are automatically
deleted.
Job Box Settings: a b
1
Quick Copy Jobs
********************2 JobRet. Deletion
[
Exit
1
2
In the Job Box menu, press U or V to select Job Box Settings.
3
Select JobRet. Deletion and press [OK]. The JobRet.
Deletion screen appears.
Press [OK]. The Job Box Settings screen appears.
]
4-35
Document Box
JobRet. Deletion: a b
1
*Off
********************2 1 hour
3 4 hour
4
Press U or V to select the desired Automatic Delete time. The list
shows the following times:
Off (automatic delete is not performed)
1 hour (deleted in 1 hour)
4 hours (deleted in 4 hours)
1 day (deleted on the next day)
1 week (deleted after one week)
5
Press [OK]. The setting is stored and the Job Box Settings menu
reappears.
4-36
5
Status Menu
This chapter contains explanations on the following topics:
Displaying the Status Menu Screen ..................................................................................................... 5-2
Job Status............................................................................................................................................... 5-2
Job Log ................................................................................................................................................... 5-4
USB Keyboard........................................................................................................................................ 5-5
Wireless Network ................................................................................................................................... 5-6
5-1
Status Menu
Displaying the Status Menu Screen
If Status is displayed at the left of the bottom row of the message display
whilst the machine is printing or awaiting printing, it is possible to display
the Status menu screen.
Ready to print.
UW A4
VX A5
[ Status ] [ Toner
]
Press [Status] ([Left Select]). The Status menu screen appears.
Status:
a b
1
Job Status
********************2 Job Log
3 USB Keyboard
[ Exit
]
The following operations are possible on the Status menu screen:
• Job Status
• Job Log
• USB Keyboard
• Wireless Network
Note USB Keyboard is only displayed when a USB keyboard is
connected.
Job Status
It is possible to check the status of jobs printing or awaiting printing.
In addition to the jobs printed from computers, it is also possible to check reports such as status pages and jobs printed
directly from USB memory.
The information available in the Job Status is listed below.
Results Displayed
Item
Content
Display
Icon
Description
Job Name
Job name
Job name
Status
Job status
Processing
r
Printing
Pause
s
Printing suspended
Canceling
t
Job canceled.
Printer
n
Printed from a PC
Report
j
Report
USB
Y
Printed from USB memory
Box
i
Printed from Job Box
Job Type
Job type
Job name
Accepted Time
Job reception time
Year/Month/Day Hour:
Minute
User Name
Printed user name
User name
Printed Pages
Pages printed
***Page(s)
No. of pages
***/***
Pages completed/Pages specified
Color
Color printing
Black & White
Black & White printing
Mixed
Mixed Color and Black & White
printing
-----
Nothing printed
Color/B & W
Printing type
5-2
Status Menu
Job Status:
a b
0006 n ABCDEFGHIJN r
1
In the Status menu, press U or V to select Job Status.
2
Press [OK]. Job Status is displayed and a list is displayed of the
job numbers and job names of the jobs currently being printed or
awaiting printing. Also, the type of job and results are indicated for
each job using icons.
3
Press U or V to select the name of the job whose details you want
to view.
4
Press [Detail] ([Right Select]). The Job Status details screen
appears.
[ Detail ]
0006 Detail:
P b
Job Name:
1/7
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
The detailed job status covers 6 pages in all. Press Y to view to the
next page or Z to return to the previous page.
[ Detail ]
Pressing [OK] while file or folder details are displayed returns you to the
Job Status menu.
0006 Detail:
P b
Job Name:
1/7
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
If the entire name shown as the Job Name will not fit on one line, pressing
[Detail] ([Right Select]) changes to a 3-line name display. If the name
is 3 or more lines long, you can scroll up or down by pressing U or V.
[ Detail ]
Detail:
O b
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZabcdefghijklmnop
qrstuvwxyz1234567890
Pressing [OK] during 3-line name display returns you to single-line name
display.
5-3
Status Menu
Job Log
You can use the Job Log to check the history of jobs that have already finished printing.
As well as jobs printed from PCs, this log shows the outcomes for jobs printed directly from USB memory and reports such
as status pages.
It is possible to check the log of the 100 most recent jobs.
The information available in the Job Log is listed below.
Results Displayed
Item
Content
Display
Icon
Description
Job Name
Job name
Job name
Result
Job status
OK
u
Completed normally
Error
v
Error occurred.
Cancel
t
Job canceled.
Printer
n
Printed from a PC
Report
j
Report
USB
Y
Printed from USB memory
Box
i
Printed from Job Box
Job Type
Job type
Job name
Accepted Time
Job reception time
Year/Month/Day Hour:
Minute
User Name
Printed user name
User name
Printed Pages
Pages printed
***Page(s)
No. of pages
***/***
Pages completed/Pages specified
Color
Color printing
Black & White
Black & White printing
Mixed
Mixed Color and Black & White
printing
-----
Nothing printed
Color/B & W
Printing type
Job Log:
a b
0006 n ABCDEFGHIJN v
1
In the Status menu, press U or V to select Job Log.
2
Press [OK]. Job Log is displayed, along with the job numbers of
completed jobs and a list of the job names. The job type and result for
each job are also shown as icons.
3
Press U or V to select the name of the job whose details you want
to view.
[ Detail ]
5-4
Status Menu
0006 Detail:
P b
Job Name:
1/7
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
4
Press [Detail] ([Right Select]). The Job Log details screen
appears.
The detailed job log covers 7 pages in all. Press Y to view to the next
page or Z to return to the previous page.
[ Detail ]
Pressing [OK] while file or folder details are displayed returns you to
the Job Log menu.
If the entire name shown as the Job Name will not fit on one line,
pressing [Detail] ([Right Select]) changes to a 3-line name
display. If the name is 3 or more lines long, you can scroll up or down
by pressing U or V.
0006 Detail:
P b
Job Name:
1/7
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
[ Detail ]
Pressing [OK] during 3-line name display returns you to single-line
name display.
Detail:
O b
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZabcdefghijklmnop
qrstuvwxyz1234567890
USB Keyboard
When a USB keyboard is attached, it is possible to check whether the USB keyboard can be used.
USB Keyboard:
b
1
In the Status menu, press U or V to select USB Keyboard.
2
Press [OK]. If the USB keyboard is available for use, Available is
displayed.
Available
5-5
Status Menu
Wireless Network
When the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-51) is installed, it is possible to check the status of the wireless LAN.
Note Wireless Network is only displayed when the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-51) is installed.
Wireless network: P b
Status:
1/2
Connection
Wireless network: P b
NetwkName(SSID): 2/2
AAAA
1
In the Status menu, press U or V to select Wireless network.
2
Press [OK]. The status of the wireless LAN is displayed.
3
Press Y or Z. The NetwkName(SSID) is displayed.
Note If some of the NetwkName(SSID) are not displayed, press
[Detail] ([Right Select]) and all the Names will be displayed.
[ Detail ]
Detail:
O b
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZabcdefghijklmnop
qrstuvwxyz1234567890
If the entire name shown as the NetwkName(SSID) will not fit on one
line, pressing [Detail] ([Right Select]) changes to a 3-line name
display.
5-6
6
Operation Panel
This chapter contains explanations on the following topics:
Report Print ............................................................................................................................................ 6-2
USB Memory (USB memory selection) ................................................................................................ 6-7
Counter (Viewing the counter value) ................................................................................................. 6-16
Paper Settings...................................................................................................................................... 6-18
Print Settings........................................................................................................................................ 6-28
Network (Network settings) ................................................................................................................ 6-40
Optional network (Optional Network settings).................................................................................. 6-48
Device Common (Selecting/Setting the common device)................................................................ 6-59
Security (Security function setting) ................................................................................................... 6-84
User/Job Account (User Login Setting/Job Account setting) ......................................................... 6-98
Adjust/Maint. (Adjust/Maintenance selection/setting).................................................................... 6-119
Op Functions (Optional application settings) ................................................................................. 6-129
Shut down (Shutting down the machine) ........................................................................................ 6-133
6-1
Operation Panel
Report Print
Prints a report. The options available in the Report Print menu are as follows:
• Menu Map (Printing a menu map)...6-2
• Status Page (Printing a printer's status page)...6-4
• Font List (Printing a list of the printer's fonts)...6-6
• HDD File List (Printing a list of the files on the hard disk)...6-6
Report Print:
a b
1
Menu
Map
********************2 Status Page
3 Font List
[ Exit
]
1
2
3
Press [MENU].
Press U or V to select Report Print.
Press [OK]. The Report Print menu appears showing a list of the
types of report that can be printed. Note that report types shown may
vary depending on which optional units are installed in the printer.
Menu Map (Printing a menu map)
The printer prints a full list of the menu selection system menu map.
1
2
In the Report Print menu, press U or V to select Menu Map.
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
Note When Job Accounting is set but user login is not set,
the screen for entering Job Accounting information is
displayed. Enter the Account ID and press [OK].
3
Print.
Are you sure?
z Menu Map
[
Yes
] [
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Accepted. appears and
the printer prints the menu map.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Report Print menu
without printing the menu map.
No
]
Note The Menu numbers are printed on the Menu Map
outputted. It is possible to use the numeric keys to enter the
Menu number and display the settings required.
Example: Displaying the Menu Map printing menu
1
Press [Menu].
2
Press [1] on the Numeric Keys. The Report Print
menu appears.
3
Press [1] on the Numeric Keys. A confirmation message
is displayed.
6-2
Operation Panel
Menu Map Sample
Menu Map
Printer
Firmware version
6-3
Operation Panel
Status Page (Printing a printer's status page)
You can check the printer's current status and option settings by printing a status page.
1
2
In the Report Print menu, press U or V to select Status Page.
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
Note When Job Accounting is set but user login is not set,
the screen for entering Job Accounting information is
displayed. Enter the Account ID and press [OK].
3
Print.
Are you sure?
z Status Page
[
Yes
] [
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Accepted. appears and
the printer prints the status page.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Report Print menu
without printing the status page.
No
]
Understanding the Status Page
The numbers in the following diagram refer the items explained below the diagram. The items and values on the status page
may vary depending on the printer’s firmware version.
Status Page
Printer
1
Firmware version
Paper Settings
2
Interface Block
5
Group Settings
Memory
Print Settings
6
Emulation
Device Common Settings
7
Counters
Option Status
8
3
Network
Data Sanitization
4
Toner Gauges
6-4
9
10
Operation Panel
1
Firmware Version
This item shows the version and release date of the printer
firmware.
2
Printer Settings Information
This item shows various printer settings for hardware-related
items:
3
-
MP tray paper size and type
-
Paper cassette size and type
-
Copies
-
EcoPrint
-
Default Media Type
-
Sleep time
-
Formfeed timeout time
Installed Options
This item shows the options installed in the printer:
4
-
Paper Feeder
-
Side Feeder
-
Finisher
-
Mail Box
-
IC Card kit (B)
-
Security Kit(E)
Network Status
This item shows the IP address, subnet mask address, and
default gateway address for the network interface card in the
printer.
5
Interface Information
This information shows the block status for items including the
USB memory slot and USB interface. When connected by
network interface card (NIC), block status is shown for an
optional interface.
6
Memory
This item shows:
7
-
Standard memory in the printer
-
Option memory slot status in megabytes
-
Total memory in the printer
Emulation
This item shows all available emulations of the printer. The
KPDL (AUTO) or PCL 6 emulation is set as the default when the
printer is shipped from the factory. The emulations are:
8
-
PCL 6
-
KPDL
-
IBM Proprinter
-
DIABLO630
-
EPSON LQ-850
Page Information
This shows counter information. Total printed page count and
total page count of each paper size are shown, and are itemized
by color/monochrome/total for each counter.
9
Data Sanitization
The status of the Data Sanitization implementation is displayed.
6-5
Operation Panel
10 Consumable Status
This item shows the approximate level of remaining toner. When
the value is 100, the toner container is full. The closer to 0, the
smaller the amount of remaining toner.
Font List (Printing a list of the printer's fonts)
To help you decide in selecting a font, you can printout lists of the internal fonts or the optional fonts.
1
2
In the Report Print menu, press U or V to select Font List.
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
Note When Job Accounting is set but user login is not set,
the screen for entering Job Accounting information is
displayed. Enter the Account ID and press [OK].
3
Print.
Are you sure?
z Font List
[
Yes
] [
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Accepted. appears and
the printer prints the font list.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Report Print menu
without printing the font list.
No
]
Font List Sample
HDD File List (Printing a list of the files on the hard disk)
This allows you to print a list of the files on the hard disk.
Print.
Are you sure?
z Hard Disk File List
[
Yes
] [
No
1
2
In the Report Print menu, press U or V to select HDD File List.
3
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Accepted. appears and
the printer prints a list of the files held on the hard disk.
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Report Print menu
without printing the hard disk file list.
]
6-6
Operation Panel
USB Memory (USB memory selection)
A USB memory can be connected to the machine to print a file saved in the USB memory, and the USB memory can be
removed.
The USB Memory menu automatically appears when you install the USB memory.
IMPORTANT This message is only displayed when the USB host block and USB Storage block are set to Unblock.
For more information, please refer to I/F Block Set. (External interface block setting) on page 6-92.
The options available in the USB Memory menu are as follows:
• Print File (Printing and checking the files in the USB memory)...6-7
Display of File List...6-7
Print File (Prints the selected file)...6-8
Print Function Settings...6-9
Paper Output (Output location selection)...6-9
Collate (Collate Setting)...6-9
Offset (Offset Setting)...6-10
Duplex (Setting the duplex printing)...6-10
Eco Print (Selecting the EcoPrint mode)...6-11
File Name Entry (entering a file name)...6-11
JobFinish Notice (Setting for notification when jobs are finished.)...6-12
Encrypted PDF (PDF password entry)...6-13
TIFF/JPEG Size (Adjusting the TIFF/JPEG file print out size)...6-13
XPS FitTo Page (Adjusting the XPS file print out size)...6-14
Detail (Shows the details of the selected file)...6-14
• Remove Memory (Removing the USB memory)...6-15
USB Memory:
a b
1
Print File
********************2 Remove Memory
[
Exit
1
2
3
Press [MENU].
Press U or V to select USB Memory.
Press [OK]. The USB Memory menu appears showing a list of
available actions.
]
Print File (Printing and checking the files in the USB memory)
This displays a list of the files and folders in the USB memory. You can print the select file.You can also view the details of
the selected file or folder.
The options available in the Print File menu are as follows:
• Display of File List...6-7
• Print File (Prints the selected file)...6-8
Display of File List
Print File:
O b
i
Folder-1
********************i Folder-2
j File-1.jpg
[ Detail ]
1
2
In the USB Memory menu, press U or V to select Print File.
Press [OK]. File List appears showing a list of the files and folders in
the USB memory.
If there are 3 or more files and folders, pressing U or V repeatedly
scrolls up or down through the list.
6-7
Operation Panel
Press U or V to select a folder and then press [OK].
i Folder-1:
O b
i
Folder-11
********************j File3.tif
j File4.pdf
[ Detail ]
The folders and files in the selected folder are displayed.
IMPORTANT Print File only shows the PDF, TIFF, JPEG and
XPS files in the USB memory. Up to 4 folder levels can be
displayed. Depending on the USB memory capacity and the
number of files, the list may take some time to appear.
Print File (Prints the selected file)
You can use this to specify printing for files in the USB memory.
1
Use the procedure described in Print File (Printing and checking the
files in the USB memory) on page 6-7 to display a list of the files in
the folder containing the file you want to print.
2
3
Press U or V to select the file you want to print.
Press [OK]. The Copies menu screen appears.
Note When Job Accounting is set but user login is not set,
the screen for entering Job Accounting information is
displayed. Enter the Account ID and press [OK].
Copies:
a b
(1 - 999)
/**1-copies
4
To print 2 or more copies, use the numeric keys to set the number of
copies to be printed.
Note [Function] ([Right Select]) can be pressed to
change the print settings. For details, refer to Print Function
Settings on page 6-9.
[Function]
Paper Source:
a b
F
Letter
Labels
********************A A4
Plain
B A5
Bond
[Function]
5
Press [OK]. The Paper Source menu screen appears.
Note [Function] ([Right Select]) can be pressed to
change the print settings. For details, refer to Print Function
Settings on page 6-9.
6
Press U or V to select the tray containing the paper you want to use.
7
Press [OK]. The message Accepted. appears and printing begins.
Accepted.
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Operation Panel
Print Function Settings
When printing, the print settings can be changed.
Options available in Print Function Settings are as follows:
• Paper Output (Output location selection)...6-9
• Collate (Collate Setting)...6-9
• Offset (Offset Setting)...6-10
• Duplex (Setting the duplex printing)...6-10
• Eco Print (Selecting the EcoPrint mode)...6-11
• File Name Entry (entering a file name)...6-11
• JobFinish Notice (Setting for notification when jobs are finished.)...6-12
• Encrypted PDF (PDF password entry)...6-13
• TIFF/JPEG Size (Adjusting the TIFF/JPEG file print out size)...6-13
• XPS FitTo Page (Adjusting the XPS file print out size)...6-14
Paper Output (Output location selection)
Select the output location. For details, refer to Paper Output (Selecting the Paper Output Location) on page 6-31.
Note The screen varies depending on the installed options.
Function:
a b
1
Paper
Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
Paper Output:
1
*Job Separator
********************2 Tray A
3 Tray B
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Paper Output.
3
Press [OK]. The Paper Output menu appears showing the
available output locations.
Note The screen shown appears when a 4,000-sheet Finisher is
installed.
4
5
Press U or V to select the desired output location.
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Collate.
Press [OK]. The selected output location is stored and the Function
menu reappears.
Collate (Collate Setting)
Select the collate setting.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
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Operation Panel
Collate:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
3
Press [OK]. The Collate screen appears.
4
5
Press U or V to select whether Collate mode is enabled.
Press [OK].
The selected mode is set and you return to the function menu.
Offset (Offset Setting)
Set whether each set of printed output is offset from the previous set.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
Offset:
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Offset.
3
Press [OK]. The Offset screen appears.
4
5
Press U or V to select whether Offset mode is enabled.
Press [OK].
The selected mode is set and you return to the function menu.
Duplex (Setting the duplex printing)
Set duplex printing. For details, refer to Duplex (Setting the duplex printing) on page 6-30.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Duplex.
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Operation Panel
Duplex:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 Bind Long Edge
3 Bind Short Edge
3
Press [OK]. The Duplex screen appears showing the list of
available duplex printing modes.
4
Press U or V to select the desired duplex printing mode.
The message display toggles through the following:
Off (default)
Bind Long Edge
Bind Short Edge
Selecting Off disables duplex printing.
5
Press [OK]. The duplex printing mode is set and the Function menu
reappears.
Eco Print (Selecting the EcoPrint mode)
Set EcoPrint mode. For details, refer to EcoPrint (Selecting the EcoPrint mode) on page 6-35.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
EcoPrint:
1 Off
2
*1(Low)
********************3 2
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Eco Print.
3
Press [OK]. The Eco Print screen appears.
4
Press U or V to select the EcoPrint mode.
5
Press [OK]. The EcoPrint mode is set and the Function menu
reappears.
File Name Entry (entering a file name)
Enter the file name. The file name entered is displayed as the Job Name in the Job Status and Job Log.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select File Name Entry.
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Operation Panel
File Name Entry: a b
doc*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
3
Press [OK]. The File Name Entry screen appears.
4
Enter the file name using the numeric keys.
Note Up to 32 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
Additional Info.: a b
1
*Job No. + Date
********************5 Date + Job No.
5
6
Press [OK]. The Additional Info. screen appears.
Press U or V to select from the additional information that can be set
for the file name.
The following settings can be selected.
• None (No additional information is added.)
• Date (To add the date.)
• Job No. (To add the Job Number.)
• Job No. + Date (To add the Job Number and date.)
• Date + Job No. (To add the date and Job Number.)
7
Press [OK]. Register the file name and the Function menu
reappears.
JobFinish Notice (Setting for notification when jobs are finished.)
Notification that a job has finished is sent by E-Mail.
Note To send E-mail from this machine, set the SMTP and POP3 settings to On. For details, refer to the Protocol
Detail (Detailed settings for the network protocol) on page 6-46.
It is necessary to register a mail server. For the method for setting the server, refer to the section on Command Center
RX on page 2-18.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
JobFinish Notice: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select JobFinish Notice.
3
Press [OK]. The JobFinish Notice screen appears.
4
Press U or V to select On.
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Operation Panel
Address Entry:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
5
Press [OK]. The Address Entry screen appears.
6
Enter the address to be notified.
]
Note Up to 128 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
When user login administration is enabled, the address of the
logged in user is entered.
7
Press [OK]. Register the address and the Function menu
reappears.
Encrypted PDF (PDF password entry)
The password of a PDF file can be entered.
Function:
a b
1
Paper
Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select Encrypted PDF.
3
Press [OK]. The Password input menu screen appears.
4
Enter the password for the PDF file.
]
Note Up to 256 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page A6.
5
Press [OK] to enter the password and the Function menu
reappears.
TIFF/JPEG Size (Adjusting the TIFF/JPEG file print out size)
Use this setting to select the printing method used when TIFF or JPEG files are printed directly.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
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Operation Panel
TIFF/JPEG Size:
a b
1
Paper Size
********************2 Image Resolution
3 Print Resolution
2
Press U or V to select TIFF/JPEG Size.
3
Press [OK]. The TIFF/JPEG Size screen appears.
The options available in TIFF/JPEG Size are as follows:
• Paper Size (default)
Images are resized so that they fill the paper size when printed.
• Image Resolution
Image files are printed at the resolution specified in the
resolution information. Images with no resolution information are
printed using the Paper Size setting.
• Print Resolution
Images are printed using a 1-to-1 correspondence between the
image file pixels and printed dots. For example, the printed size
of a 600 x 300-pixel image file is 1 inch x 1/2 inch.
4
5
Press U or V to select whether TIFF/JPEG Size mode is enabled.
Press [OK]. The TIFF/JPEG Size setting is set and the Function
menu reappears.
Note Images are automatically rotated during printing to
provide a closer match between the aspect ratios of the
image file and the paper used for printing.
XPS FitTo Page (Adjusting the XPS file print out size)
Reduces or enlarges the image size to fit to the selected paper size when printing XPS file.
Function:
a b
1
Paper Output
********************2 Collate
3 Offset
a b
XPS FitTo Page:
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
In the Copies menu or the Paper Selection menu, press
[Function] ([Right Select]). The Function menu appears.
2
Press U or V to select XPS FitTo Page.
3
Press [OK]. The XPS FitTo Page screen appears.
4
5
Press U or V to select whether XPS FitTo Page mode is enabled.
Press [OK]. The XPS FitTo Page setting is set and the Function
menu reappears.
Detail (Shows the details of the selected file)
Use this to view detailed information on the files and folders in the USB memory.
1
Use the procedure described in Print File (Printing and checking the
files in the USB memory) on page 6-7 to display a list of the files or
folders you want to check.
2
Press U or V to select the folder or file you want to check.
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Operation Panel
Detail:
P b
File Name:
1/ 4
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
3
Press [Detail] ([Right Select]). The Detail screen appears.
If you selected a file, there are 4 Detail screens. Press Y or Z to
move between the screens.
[ Detail ]
If you selected a folder, there are 2 Detail screens. Press Y or Z to
move between the screens.
Detail:
P b
Folder Name:
1/ 2
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
[ Detail ]
If the entire name shown as the File Name or Folder Name will
not fit on one line, pressing [Detail] ([Right Select]) changes to a
3-line name display. If the name is 3 or more lines long, you can scroll
up or down by pressing U or V.
Detail:
P b
File Name:
1/ 4
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
[ Detail ]
Pressing [OK] twice while file or folder details are displayed returns
you to the Print File menu.
Detail:
O b
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZabcdefghijklmnop
qrstuvwxyz1234567890
Remove Memory (Removing the USB memory)
Allows you to remove a USB memory device.
IMPORTANT If the correct procedure is not followed to remove a USB memory device, the data may be corrupted
or the device may be damaged.
1
2
Cannot remove the
memory while in use.
In the USB Memory menu, press U or V to select Remove Memory.
Press [OK]. The printer is now ready for the USB memory to be
removed and the Mode Selection menu screen appears.
IMPORTANT If the screen on the left appears, the USB memory is
still being used. Wait until the relevant job (e.g. printing from the USB
memory) has ended and then repeat the Remove Memory procedure.
6-15
Operation Panel
Counter (Viewing the counter value)
Displays the number of pages printed.
The options available in Counter are as follows:
• Total (Displaying the total printed pages)...6-16
• Color (Displaying the color printed pages)...6-17
• Black & White (Displaying the monochrome printed pages)...6-17
Counter:
a b
1
All
********************2 Full Color Pages
[
Exit
1
2
3
Press [MENU].
4
Select [All].
5
Press [OK]. The All menu appears showing a list of available
options.
Press U or V to select Counter.
Press [OK]. The Counter menu appears.
]
ALL:
a b
1
Total
********************2 Color
3 Black & White
[ Exit
]
Total (Displaying the total printed pages)
This only displays the total number of pages printed. You cannot change the displayed number.
Total:
Total
Ob
17000
1
In the Counter menu screen, press U or V to select Total.
2
Press [OK]. The Total screen appears showing the total number of
pages printed.
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Operation Panel
Color (Displaying the color printed pages)
This allows you to check the total number of color pages printed and the number of color pages printed in each of the 12
paper sizes.
You cannot change the displayed number.
Color:
Total
A3
A4
Ob
17000
2000
1000
1
In the Counter menu screen, press U or V to select Color.
2
Press [OK]. The Color screen appears showing the total number of
color pages printed and the number of color pages printed in 2 paper
sizes.
Press U or V to view the number of color pages printed in other
paper sizes.
Pressing [OK] returns you to the Counter menu.
Black & White (Displaying the monochrome printed pages)
This allows you to check the total number of monochrome pages printed and the number of monochrome pages printed in
each of the 12 paper sizes.
You cannot change the displayed number.
Black & White:
Total
A3
A4
Ob
17000
2000
1000
1
In the Counter menu screen, press U or V to select Black &
White.
2
Press [OK]. The Black & White screen appears showing the total
number of monochrome pages printed and the number of
monochrome pages printed in 2 paper sizes.
Press U or V to view the number of monochrome pages printed in
other paper sizes.
Pressing [OK] returns you to the Counter menu.
6-17
Operation Panel
Paper Settings
This sets the paper size and type for the MP tray and cassettes from which paper is supplied.
The options available in Paper Settings are as follows:
• MP Tray Set. (MP tray settings)...6-19
Paper Size (Paper size setting for MP tray)...6-19
Media Type (Paper type setting for MP tray)...6-21
• Cassette (1 to 7) Set. (Settings for the cassettes)...6-22
Cassette (1 to 7) Size (Setting the cassette paper size)...6-22
Cassette (1 to 7) Type (Setting the cassette paper type)...6-23
• Media Type Set. (Paper type settings)...6-23
• Reset Type Adj. (Resets customized settings)...6-27
1
2
3
Paper Settings:
a b
1
MP Tray Set.
********************2 Cassette 1 Set.
3 Cassette 2 Set.
[ Exit
]
Press [MENU].
Press U or V to select Paper Settings.
Press [OK]. The Paper Settings menu appears showing a list of
available options.
Media Type Set.
Set the type of paper used in the paper cassette and Multi Purpose Tray. This will allow you to select the paper type in the
printer driver when you print.
In addition to paper types registered in the machine, you can set custom paper types. For details, refer to Media Type Set.
(Paper type settings) on page 6-23.
Paper types that can be set vary depending on the paper source. Refer to the table below. For details, refer to Paper on
page A-9.
Paper Source
Paper type (message display)
MP tray
Cassette
Plain (60 to 105 g/m2)
Y
Y
Transparency
Y
N
Preprinted
Y
Y*
Labels
Y
N
Bond (60 to 256 g/m2)
Y
Y
Recycled (60 to 105 g/m2)
Y
Y
Rough
Y
Y*
Vellum
Y
Y*
Letterhead
Y
Y*
Color
Y
Y*
Y
Y
Y
N
Prepunched (60 to 105 g/m2)
Envelope (106 to 300 g/m
2)
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Operation Panel
Paper Source
Paper type (message display)
*
MP tray
Cassette
Cardstock (106 to 300 g/m2)
Y
N
Coated
Y
N
Thick (106 to 300 g/m2)
Y
Y*
HighQuality (60 to 163 g/m2)
Y
Y
CUSTOM#
Y
Y*
Paper of weight up to 256 g/m2 can be used in the paper cassette.
Y: Paper type can be set.
N: Paper type cannot be set.
MP Tray Set. (MP tray settings)
To print correctly on paper supplied from the MP tray, use the procedure below to set the paper size and media type.
Note Feeding the paper having a paper size which does not match the current paper size from the MP tray can
cause paper jam.
The options available in MP Tray Set. menu are as follows:
• Paper Size (Paper size setting for MP tray)...6-19
• Media Type (Paper type setting for MP tray)...6-21
Paper Size (Paper size setting for MP tray)
You can use this to set the paper size that can be supplied from the MP tray. The default setting is Letter size for the U.S.
and Canada and A4 for other countries.
For more information about the paper sizes that you can feed from the MP tray, refer to Paper on page A-9.
MP Tray Set.:
a b
1
Paper Size
********************2 Media Type
[
Exit
1
2
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select MP Tray Set..
3
Press U or V to select Paper Size.
Press [OK]. The MP Tray Set. menu screen appears.
]
6-19
Operation Panel
Paper Size:
a b
1
*Auto(Metric)
********************2 Auto(Inch)
3 Envelope Monarch
4
Press [OK]. The Paper Size screen appears listing the paper sizes
that can be supplied from the MP tray.
The available paper sizes are as follows:
Auto(Metric)
Envelope #9
Auto(Inch)
Envelope #6
Envelope Monarch
ISO B5
Envelope #10
Custom
Envelope DL
Envelope C4
Envelope C5
Hagaki
Executive
Oufuku Hagaki
Letter-R
Oficio II
Letter
216x340mm
Legal
12x18"
A4-R
8K
A4
16K-R
B5-R
16K
B5
Statement
A3
Folio
B4
Youkei 2
Ledger
Youkei 4
A5
A6
B6
Note To have the paper size automatically selected from metric
sizes or inch sizes, select Auto (Metric) or Auto (Inch).
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired paper size.
Press [OK]. The paper size for the MP tray is set and the Paper
Settings menu screen reappears.
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Operation Panel
Media Type (Paper type setting for MP tray)
You can use this to set the paper type that can be supplied from the MP tray. The default setting is PLAIN.
For more information about paper types that you can feed from the MP tray, refer to Paper on page A-9.
MP Tray Set.:
a b
1
Paper
Size
********************2 Media Type
[
Exit
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select MP Tray Set..
2
Press [OK]. The MP Tray Set. menu screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select Media Type.
]
Media Type:
a b
1
*Plain
********************2 Transparency
3 Preprinted
Press [OK]. The Media Type screen appears listing the media types
that can be supplied from the MP tray.
The available paper sizes are as follows:
Plain
Transparency
Preprinted
Labels
Bond
Recycled
Vellum
Rough
Letterhead
Color
Prepunched
Envelope
Cardstock
Coated
Thick
HighQuality
CUSTOM 1 to 8
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired media type.
Press [OK]. The media type for the MP tray is set and the Paper
Settings menu screen reappears.
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Operation Panel
Cassette (1 to 7) Set. (Settings for the cassettes)
When loading paper in the printer’s paper cassette, follow the steps below to set the paper size and paper type.
If the optional paper feeder is installed, use the same procedure to set the cassette paper size and paper type.
Cassette (1 to 7) Size (Setting the cassette paper size)
1 In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select the paper
cassette you want to set.
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1
Paper Size
********************2 Media Type
[
Exit
2
Press [OK]. The Cassette # Set. menu screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select Paper Size.
4
Press [OK]. The Paper Size screen appears listing the paper sizes
that can be used with the selected cassette.
]
a b
Paper Size:
1
*Auto(Metric)
********************2 Auto(Inch)
3 Letter-R
The available paper sizes are as follows:
Auto(Metric)
Auto(Inch)
Letter-R
Letter
Legal
A4-R
A4
B5-R
B5
A3
B4
Ledger
A5
Oficio II
216x340mm
12x18"
8K
16K-R
16K
Statement
Folio
Note To have the paper size automatically selected from metric
sizes or inch sizes, select Auto (Metric) or Auto (Inch).
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired paper size.
Press [OK]. The paper size for the cassette is set and the Paper
Settings menu screen reappears.
6-22
Operation Panel
Cassette (1 to 7) Type (Setting the cassette paper type)
By setting a paper type (plain, recycled, etc.) for the paper cassette, you can automatically select the paper in the paper
cassette according to the paper type you command on the printer driver. The default setting is plain paper for all paper
cassettes.
For more information about paper types that you can feed from the paper cassette, refer to Paper on page -9.
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1
Paper Size
********************2 Media Type
[
Exit
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select the cassette you
want to set.
2
Press [OK]. The Cassette # Set. menu screen appears.
# shows the number of the cassette installed in the printer (1 to 7).
]
a b
Media Type:
1
*Plain
********************2 Preprinted
3 Bond
3
Press U or V to select Media Type.
4
Press [OK]. The Media Type screen appears listing the media types
that can be used with the selected cassette.
The available Media Types are as follows:
Plain
Preprinted
Bond
Recycled
Vellum
Rough
Letterhead
Color
Prepunched
Thick
HighQuality
CUSTOM1 to 8
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired media type.
Press [OK]. The media type for the cassette is set and the Paper
Settings menu screen reappears.
Media Type Set. (Paper type settings)
You set the paper thickness by selecting a paper weight. This allows you to set the paper thickness for each of the media
types that can be used on the printer. And for custom paper registered in the printer (up to 8), you can specify paper
thickness and whether duplex printing is permitted.
For normal settings, refer to Setting the Paper Thickness on page 6-24. For custom paper settings, refer to Custom Paper
Settings on page 6-25.
6-23
Operation Panel
Setting the Paper Thickness
You set the paper thickness by selecting a paper weight.
The available paper weights are as follows (grammages are provided as a guide)
Extra Heavy (OHP)
Heavy 5 (257 to 300 g/m²)
Heavy 4 (221 to 256 g/m²)
Heavy 3 (164 to 220 g/m²)
Heavy 2 (136 to 163 g/m²)
Heavy 1 (105 to 135 g/m²)
Normal 3 (91 to 105 g/m²)
Normal 2 (75 to 90 g/m²)
Normal 1 (60 to 74 g/m²)
Light (52 to 59 g/m²)
Change the weight of each media type so that the optimum print result is obtained. The default setting for each media type
is shown below.
Media Type
Paper Weight
Plain
Normal 2
Transparency
Extra Heavy
Preprinted
Normal 2
Labels
Heavy 2
Bond
Normal 3
Recycled
Normal 2
Vellum
Heavy 1
Rough
Normal 3
Letterhead
Normal 2
Color
Normal 3
Prepunched
Normal 2
Envelope
Heavy 2
Cardstock
Heavy 4
Coated
Heavy 1
Thick
Heavy 1
HighQuality
Normal 2
CUSTOM1 to 8
Normal 2
Use the procedure below to set the paper weight.
(For the procedure for setting weights for custom paper (CUSTOM 1 to 8), refer to Custom Paper Settings on page 6-25.)
6-24
Operation Panel
Media Type Set.: a b
1
Plain
********************2 Transparency
3 Preprinted
[ Exit
]
a b
Plain:
1
Paper Weight
********************-
[
Exit
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select Media Type
Set..
2
Press [OK]. The Media Type Set. screen appears listing the
media types that can used with the printer.
3
Press U or V to select the media type for which you want to set the
paper weight.
4
Press [OK]. A menu for the selected media is displayed.
5
Press U or V to select Paper Weight.
6
Press [OK]. The Paper Weight screen appears listing the paper
weights that can used with the printer.
7
8
Press U or V to select the desired paper weight.
]
a b
Paper Weight:
1 Normal 3
2
*Normal 2
********************3 Normal 1
Press [OK]. The paper weight is set and the Media Type Set.
screen reappears.
Custom Paper Settings
This setting specifies the paper weight of the selected custom paper and
whether duplex printing is permitted.
Use the procedure below to set the custom paper weight.
Media Type Set.: a b
1
Plain
********************2 Transparency
3 Preprinted
[ Exit
]
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select Media Type
Set..
2
Press [OK]. The Media Type Set. screen appears listing the
media types that can used with the printer.
3
Press U or V to select the custom paper (CUSTOM 1 to 8) for which
you want to set the paper weight.
6-25
Operation Panel
CUSTOM 1:
a b
1
Paper
Weight
********************2 Duplex
[
Exit
4
Press [OK]. A menu for the selected media is displayed.
5
Press U or V to select Paper Weight.
6
Press [OK]. The Paper Weight screen appears listing the paper
weights that can used with the printer.
7
8
Press U or V to select the desired paper weight.
]
a b
Paper Weight:
1 Extra Heavy
2
*Heavy 3
********************3 Heavy 2
Press [OK]. The paper weight is set and the Media Type Set.
screen reappears.
Use the procedure below to specify whether duplex printing is
permitted with custom paper.
Media Type Set.: a b
1
Plain
********************2 Transparency
3 Preprinted
[ Exit
]
a b
CUSTOM 1:
1
Paper Weight
********************2 Duplex
[
Exit
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select Media Type
Set..
2
Press [OK]. The Media Type Set. screen appears listing the
media types that can used with the printer.
3
Press U or V to select the custom paper (CUSTOM 1 to 8) for which
you want to set the duplex printing permission.
4
Press [OK]. A menu for the selected media is displayed.
5
Press U or V to select Duplex.
6
Press [OK]. The Duplex screen appears listing the paper weights
that can used with the printer.
7
8
Press U or V to specify whether duplex printing is permitted.
]
a b
Duplex:
1
*Permit
********************2 Prohibit
Press [OK]. The duplex printing permission is set and the Media
Type Set. screen reappears.
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Reset Type Adj. (Resets customized settings)
This resets all the settings specified in Media Type Set. (Paper type settings) on page 6-23.
Reset Type Adjust.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
1
In the Paper Settings menu, press U or V to select Reset Type
Adj..
2
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
3
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Completed. appears
and the Paper Settings menu reappears.
]
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Paper Settings
menu without resetting the customized settings.
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Print Settings
These settings specify the following printing parameters: paper feed source, paper feed mode, duplex printing, override A4/
LTR, emulation mode, color mode, print quality, and setting pagination.
The options available in Print Settings are as follows:
• Paper Source (Selecting the paper feed source)...6-28
• MP Tray Priority (the settings for priority paper feed from the MP tray)...6-29
• Paper Feed Mode (Setting the paper feed source)...6-29
• Duplex (Setting the duplex printing)...6-30
• Paper Output (Selecting the Paper Output Location)...6-31
• Override A4/LTR (Overriding difference between A4 and Letter)...6-32
• Emulation (Setting the emulation)...6-32
• Color Mode (Selecting color or black & white printing)...6-34
• Print Quality (Setting print quality)...6-34
• Page Setting (Setting pagination)...6-36
• Offset 1PageDoc. (Offset One Page Documents)...6-38
• User Name (The User Name display settings)...6-39
• Job Name (The Job Name display settings)...6-39
Print Settings:
a b
1
Paper Source
********************2 MP Tray Priority
3 Paper Feed Mode
[ Exit
]
1
2
3
Press [Menu].
Press U or V to select Print Settings.
Press [OK]. The Print Settings menu appears showing a list of
available options.
Paper Source (Selecting the paper feed source)
You can select the paper source from which the printer feeds paper as the default. If an optional paper feeder(s) is installed,
it can also be set the default paper source.
Paper Source:
a b
1 MP Tray
2 *Cassette 1
********************-
1
2
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Paper Source.
Press [OK]. The Paper Source screen appears showing a list of the
available paper sources.
The available paper sources are as follows:
MP Tray
Cassette 1 (printer's standard paper cassette)
Cassette 2 to 5 (optional paper feeders (only installed paper
feeders are shown))
Cassette 5 to 7 (optional side feeders (only installed side feeders
are shown))
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired paper source.
Press [OK]. The paper source is set and the Print Settings menu
reappears.
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Operation Panel
MP Tray Priority (the settings for priority paper feed from the MP tray)
If paper is set in the MP Tray then it is possible for priority to be given to that MP tray in the paper feed.
MP Tray Priority: a b
1
*Off
********************2 Auto Feed
3 Always
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Paper
Selection.
2
Press [OK]. The MP Tray Priority screen appears showing the
available MP tray priority mode options.
Off (The printer driver settings are followed.)
Auto Feed (If Auto is selected in the printer driver and there is paper
in the MP tray then the paper feed will be from the MP tray.)
Always (If there is paper in the MP tray then the paper feed will be
from the MP tray regardless of what is set in the printer driver.)
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired MP tray priority mode.
Press [OK]. The MP tray priority mode is set and the Print Settings
menu reappears.
Paper Feed Mode (Setting the paper feed source)
This mode specifies how the paper should be fed once the paper feed source and paper type have been chosen. If Auto
is selected, the printer searches for a paper feed source that matches the paper size and type, and paper is then delivered
from that source. If Fixed is selected and there is no matching paper feed source, handling proceeds as specified by Paper
Mismatch for Error Handling. For details on paper feeding when Fixed is selected, refer to Paper Mismatch (Detection
settings for paper size/type errors when the paper source is fixed) on page 6-69. The default setting is Auto. To change the
settings, follow the steps described below.
Paper Feed Mode: a b
1
*Auto
********************2 Fixed
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Paper Feed
Mode.
2
Press [OK]. The Paper Feed Mode screen appears showing the
available paper feed options.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired paper feed mode.
Press [OK]. The paper feed mode is set and the Print Settings menu
reappears.
When the Paper Runs Out During Printing
When Paper Feed Mode is set to Fixed, if the paper in the cassette runs out during printing, Add paper in cassette
1. is displayed and the printer stands by. In this event, either replenish the paper in the empty cassette or use the procedure
below to print from another paper source.
Alternative:
a b
B
A5
Plain
********************C A4
Labels
D B5
Plain
1
While Add paper in cassette 1. is displayed, press [Alt.]
([Left Select]). The Alternative menu screen appears.
2
Press U or V to select the desired paper feed source and paper size.
Each time you press U or V, another optional cassette or the paper
size that can currently be fed from the MP tray appears.
3
Press [OK]. Printing continues.
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Operation Panel
Duplex (Setting the duplex printing)
Paper types that can be used for duplex printing are types that can be fed from the paper cassette.
Note Transparencies, labels, vellum, envelopes, cardstock, coated, and Heavy 5 (257 g/m2) or heavier paper
cannot be used for duplex printing. (Refer to Media Type Set. on page 6-18.)
Binding Modes
Binding refers to the manner in which printed pages of paper are joined together (by gluing, stitching, etc.) in book form.
The two possible types of binding are: Bind Long Edge, in which pages are joined together along their long edge; and Bind
Short Edge, in which they are joined together along their short edge. In selecting a binding type, you must also consider the
orientation of the printed page. You can use Bind Long Edge or Bind Short Edge with either landscape or portrait printing.
Depending on the binding type and print orientation, the duplexer provides four types of binding. These are: (1) portrait, Bind
Long Edge, (2) portrait, Bind Short Edge, (3) landscape, Bind Long Edge, and (4) landscape, Bind Short Edge. The figure
below shows these binding methods.
(1)
(2)
Portrait,
Bind Long Edge
Landscape,
Bind Short Edge
(3)
Landscape,
Bind Long Edge
Duplex:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 Bind Long Edge
3 Bind Short Edge
Portrait,
Bind Short Edge
(4)
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Duplex.
2
Press [OK]. The Duplex screen appears showing the list of
available duplex printing modes.
3
Press U or V to select the desired duplex printing mode.
The message display toggles through the following:
Off (default)
Bind Long Edge
Bind Short Edge
Selecting Off disables duplex printing.
4
Press [OK]. The duplex printing mode is set and the Print Settings
menu reappears.
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Operation Panel
Paper Output (Selecting the Paper Output Location)
This setting can be specified when an optional document finisher is installed.
You can select whether print jobs are output to the top tray of the printer, or to the optional document finisher or mail box.
Note The screen varies depending on the installed options.
Paper Output:
a b
1
*Job Separator
********************2 Tray A
3 Tray B
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Paper Output.
2
Press [OK]. The Paper Output screen appears showing the
available output locations.
Note The screen shown appears when a 4,000-Sheet Finisher is
installed.
3
Press U or V to select the desired output location.
The available output locations are as follows:
4,000-Sheet Finisher installed
Job Separator
Tray A
Tray B
Tray 1*
Tray 2*
Tray 3*
Tray 4*
Tray 5*
Tray 6*
Tray 7*
*Tray of optional mail box
1,000-Sheet Finisher installed
Job Separator
Left Tray
4
Press [OK]. The selected output location is stored and the Print
Settings menu reappears.
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Operation Panel
Override A4/LTR (Overriding difference between A4 and Letter)
When the Override A4/LTR is turned On using the operation panel, the printer ignores the difference between A4 and
Letter paper sizes. Printing is performed without an error message even if the actual paper size in the current cassette differs
from the paper size formatting the job.
By default, this feature is On.
Override A4/LTR: a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Override A4/
LTR.
2
Press [OK]. The Override A4/LTR screen appears showing the
shared paper feed mode settings.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired shared paper feed mode.
Press [OK]. The shared paper feed mode is set and the Print Settings
menu reappears.
Emulation (Setting the emulation)
You can change the emulation mode for the current interface. Use the procedure below to select the mode.
Emulation:
a b
1
Emulation Set.
********************2 KPDL Error Rpt.
3 Alt. Emulation
[ Exit
]
Emulation Set.:
a b
1 PCL6
2 KPDL
3 *KPDL(Auto)
********************-
1
2
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Emulation.
3
4
Press U or V to select Emulation Set..
Press [OK]. The Emulation menu screen appears.
Press [OK]. The Emulation Set. screen appears showing a list
of the available emulations. The defaults differ depending on the
delivery destination.
The available emulations are as follows:
PCL6
IBM Proprinter*
DIABLO 630*
EPSON LQ-850*
KPDL
KPDL(Auto)
*This appears when the Emulation Option is installed.
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired emulation.
Press [OK]. The emulation is set and the Print Settings menu
reappears.
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Operation Panel
KPDL Error Rpt. (Printing KPDL errors)
The printer can print error descriptions when printing error occurs during KPDL emulation. The default is On — the printer
does not print KPDL errors.
IMPORTANT This setting only appears when KPDL or KPDL(Auto) is selected for the emulation.
Emulation:
a b
1
Emulation Set.
********************2 KPDL Error Rpt.
3 Alt. Emulation
[ Exit
]
KPDL Error Rpt.: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Emulation
Set..
2
Press [OK]. The Emulation menu screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select KPDL Error Rpt..
5
6
Press U or V to select whether error reports are printed.
Press [OK]. The KPDL Error Rpt. screen appears.
Press [OK]. The error report print setting is set and the Print Settings
menu reappears.
Alt. Emulation (Alternative Emulation for KPDL Emulation)
KPDL is Kyocera’s implementation of the PostScript language. The KPDL (AUTO) emulation enables the printer to
automatically change the emulation mode according to the data received when printing.
In addition to KPDL (AUTO) emulation, you can use the operation panel to set another emulation mode that is used very
often. The default setting is PCL 6.
IMPORTANT This setting only appears when KPDL(Auto) is selected for the emulation.
Emulation:
a b
1
Emulation Set.
********************2 KPDL Error Rpt.
3 Alt. Emulation
[ Exit
]
1
2
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Emulation.
3
Press U or V to select Alt. Emulation.
Press [OK]. The Emulation menu screen appears.
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Operation Panel
Alt. Emulation:
a b
1
*PCL6
********************2 IBM Proprinter
3 DIABLO 630
4
Press [OK]. The Alt. Emulation screen appears showing a list of
the available alternative emulations.
The available alternative emulations are as follows:
PCL6
IBM Proprinter*
DIABLO 630*
EPSON LQ-850*
*This appears when the Emulation Option is installed.
5
6
Press U or V to select the desired alternative emulation.
Press [OK]. The alternative emulation is set and the Print Settings
menu reappears.
Color Mode (Selecting color or black & white printing)
When executing printing at the printer, you can select Color mode or Black & White mode. By default, the printer is set to
print in color mode.
Color Mode:
a b
1
*Color
********************2 Black & White
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Color Mode.
2
Press [OK]. The Color Mode screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired color mode.
Press [OK]. The color mode is set and the Print Settings menu
reappears.
Print Quality (Setting print quality)
In Print Quality menus, you can set the EcoPrint mode, Toner SaveLevel, and Gloss Mode.
The options available in Print Quality are as follows:
• EcoPrint (Selecting the EcoPrint mode)...6-35
• Toner SaveLevel (Selecting the Toner SaveLevel)...6-35
• Gloss Mode (Setting gloss mode)...6-35
Print Quality:
a b
1
EcoPrint
********************2 Toner SaveLevel
3 Gloss Mode
[ Exit
]
1
2
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Print Quality.
Press [OK]. The Print Quality menu screen appears.
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Operation Panel
EcoPrint (Selecting the EcoPrint mode)
By enabling EcoPrint mode, you can minimize the amount of toner used during printing. Because images printed in this
mode may be slightly coarser than those printed in standard resolution, you should use EcoPrint for test prints or other
situations where high-quality prints are not required.
Use the procedure below to select EcoPrint mode. The default setting is Off.
EcoPrint:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Print Quality menu, press U or V to select EcoPrint.
3
4
Press U or V to select the EcoPrint mode.
Press [OK]. The EcoPrint screen appears.
Press [OK]. The EcoPrint mode is set and the Print Quality
menu screen reappears.
Toner SaveLevel (Selecting the Toner SaveLevel)
Select the default Toner SaveLevel. One of five levels [1] - [5] can be set.
Note Raising the level reduces toner consumption, but image quality falls.
Toner Save Level: a b
1
*1(Low)
********************2 2
3 3
1
In the Print Quality menu, press U or V to select Toner Save
Level.
2
Press [OK]. The Toner Save Level screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the Toner SaveLevel mode.
Press [OK]. The Toner SaveLevel mode is set and the Print
Quality menu screen reappears.
Gloss Mode (Setting gloss mode)
This feature can be used to set the glossiness of printed matter.
Gloss Mode:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Print Quality menu, press U or V to select Gloss Mode.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether Gloss Mode is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Gloss Mode screen appears.
Press [OK]. The Gloss mode is set and the Print Quality menu
screen reappears.
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Operation Panel
Page Setting (Setting pagination)
You can use the Page Setting menu to set the number of copies, the page orientation and other pagination settings.
The options available in Page Setting are as follows:
• Copies (Number of copies)...6-36
• Orientation (Print orientation)...6-36
• Wide A4 (Wide A4 pitch)...6-37
• XPS FitTo Page (Adjusting the XPS file print out size)...6-37
• TIFF/JPEG Size (Adjusting the TIFF/JPEG file print out size)...6-38
Page Setting:
a b
1
Copies
********************2 Orientation
3 Wide A4
[ Exit
]
1
2
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Page Setting.
Press [OK]. The Page Setting menu screen appears.
Copies (Number of copies)
You can set the number of copies of each page to be printed for the current interface.
a b
Copies:
(1 - 999)
/**1-copies
1
2
In the Page Setting menu, press U or V to select Copies.
3
4
Use the numeric keys to set the number of copies.
Press [OK]. The Copies screen appears.
Press [OK]. The setting is stored and the Page Setting menu
reappears.
Orientation (Print orientation)
You can select portrait (upright) or landscape (sideways) page orientation.
Portrait Orientation
Landscape Orientation
A
A
6-36
Operation Panel
Orientation:
a b
1
*Portrait
********************2 Landscape
1
2
In the Page Setting menu, press U or V to select Orientation.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired Orientation.
Press [OK]. The Orientation screen appears.
Press [OK]. The orientation is set and the Page Setting menu
reappears.
Wide A4 (Wide A4 pitch)
Turn this to On to increase the maximum number of characters that can be printed in a line for an A4 page (78 characters
at 10 pitch) and Letter size page (80 characters at 10 pitch). This setting is only effective in PCL 6 emulation.
Wide A4:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Page Setting menu, press U or V to select Wide A4.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether Wide A4 mode is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Wide A4 screen appears.
Press [OK]. The wide mode setting is set and the Page Setting menu
reappears.
XPS FitTo Page (Adjusting the XPS file print out size)
Select On in this setting to enlarge or reduce XPS files to fit the printable area during printing.
XPS FitTo Page:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Page Setting menu, press U or V to select XPS FitTo Page.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether XPS FitTo Page mode is enabled.
Press [OK]. The XPS FitTo Page screen appears.
Press [OK]. The XPS FitTo Page setting is set and the Page Setting
menu reappears.
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Operation Panel
TIFF/JPEG Size (Adjusting the TIFF/JPEG file print out size)
Use this setting to select the printing method used when TIFF or JPEG files are printed directly.
TIFF/JPEG Size:
a b
1
*Paper Size
********************2 Image Resolution
3 Print Resolution
1
2
In the Page Setting menu, press U or V to select TIFF/JPEG Size.
Press [OK]. The TIFF/JPEG Size screen appears.
The options available in TIFF/JPEG Size are as follows:
•
Paper Size (default)
Images are resized so that they fill the paper size
when printed.
•
Image Resolution
Image files are printed at the resolution specified in
the resolution information. Images with no
resolution information are printed using the Paper
Size setting.
•
Print Resolution
Images are printed using a 1-to-1 correspondence
between the image file pixels and printed dots. For
example, the printed size of a 600 x 300-pixel
image file is 1 inch x 1/2 inch.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether TIFF/JPEG Size mode is enabled.
Press [OK]. The TIFF/JPEG Size setting is set and the Page Setting
menu reappears.
Note Images are automatically rotated during printing to
provide a closer match between the aspect ratios of the
image file and the paper used for printing.
Offset 1PageDoc. (Offset One Page Documents)
Set whether one-page documents are sorted.
Note This setting is displayed when an optional 1,000-sheet finisher or 4,000-sheet finisher is installed.
Item
Description
Off
Does not sort one-page documents.
On
Sorts one-page documents.
Offset 1PageDoc.: a b
1
*Off
********************1 On
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Offset
1PageDoc..
2
Press [OK]. The Offset 1PageDoc. screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select On or Off.
Press [OK]. The Offset 1PageDoc. setting is set and the Print
Settings menu reappears.
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Operation Panel
User Name (The User Name display settings)
Set whether the job name set in the printer driver is displayed.
User Name:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select User Name.
3
4
Press U or V to select On or Off.
Press [OK]. The User Name screen appears.
Press [OK]. The User Name setting is set and the Print Settings
menu reappears.
Job Name (The Job Name display settings)
Set whether the user name set in the printer driver is displayed.
Job Name:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Job Name.
3
4
Press U or V to select On or Off.
Press [OK]. The Job Name screen appears.
Press [OK]. The Job Name setting is set and the Print Settings menu
reappears.
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Operation Panel
Network (Network settings)
This printer supports TCP/IP and TCP/IP (IPv6) protocols.
IP is an abbreviation for Internet Protocol. This printer routinely uses the TCP/IP (IPv4) protocol, but provides a separate
setting for the next-generation IP, IPv6.
TCP/IP (IPv4) uses 32-bit IP addresses, but the rapid growth in the number of Internet users has resulted in a shortage of
IP addresses. IPv6 was developed to expand the range of available IP addresses by using 128-bit IP addresses.
The options available in the Network settings are as follows:
• TCP/IP (Enable/Disable TCP/IP)...6-40
• IPv4 Setting (TCP/IP IPv4 settings)...6-41
• IPv6 Setting (TCP/IP IPv6 settings)...6-44
• Protocol Detail (Detailed settings for the network protocol)...6-46
• Restart Network (Restarting the network card)...6-47
Note Check with your network administrator when selecting the network setting. After all network related settings
have been done, restart the network. Refer to Restart Network (Restarting the network card) on page 6-47. This is
mandatory to make the settings effective!
When Command Center RX is used, network parameters and security settings can be conveniently changed and
checked from your PC. For more information, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
Network:
a b
1
TCP/IP Settings
********************2 Restart Network
[
Exit
1
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Network.
2
Press [OK]. The Network menu screen appears.
3
Select TCP/IP Settings and press [OK]. The TCP/IP Settings
menu screen appears.
]
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
********************2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP (Enable/Disable TCP/IP)
Select whether or not to use TCP/IP. The default setting is On.
IMPORTANT After changing the setting, restart the network, or turn the machine OFF and then ON. For detailed
information on restarting the network, refer to Restart Network (Restarting the network card) on page 6-47.
a b
TCP/IP:
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the TCP/IP Settings menu, press U or V to select TCP/IP.
2
Press [OK]. The TCP/IP screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether TCP/IP is enabled.
Press [OK]. The TCP/IP setting is set and the TCP/IP Set. menu
reappears.
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Operation Panel
IPv4 Setting (TCP/IP IPv4 settings)
This selects the settings for TCP/IP (IPv4).
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
********************2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
1
In the TCP/IP Settings menu, press U or V to select IPv4
Setting.
2
Press [OK]. The IPv4 Setting menu screen appears.
The options available in the TCP/IP (IPv4) settings are as follows:
• DHCP (DHCP setting)...6-41
• Auto-IP (Auto-IP setting)...6-41
• IP Address (IP address setting)...6-42
• Subnet Mask (Subnet mask setting)...6-42
• Default Gateway (Gateway setting)...6-43
• Bonjour (Bonjour setting)...6-43
IMPORTANT The DHCP, Auto-IP, IP address, subnet mask, gateway
and Bonjour menu options for TCP/IP (IPv4 settings) are displayed
when TCP/IP is enabled.
DHCP (DHCP setting)
Select whether or not to use the DHCP server. The default setting is On.
DHCP:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
In the IPv4 Setting menu, press U or V to select DHCP.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether DHCP is enabled.
Press [OK]. The DHCP screen appears.
Press [OK]. The DHCP setting is set and the IPv4 Setting menu
reappears.
Auto-IP (Auto-IP setting)
Select whether or not to use Auto-IP. The default setting is On.
Auto-IP:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
In the IPv4 Setting menu, press U or V to select Auto-IP.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether Auto-IP is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Auto-IP screen appears.
Press [OK]. The DHCP setting is set and the IPv4 Setting menu
reappears.
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Operation Panel
IP Address (IP address setting)
Set the IP addresses.
Note When you enter the IP address, be sure to set the DHCP setting to Off.
a b
IP Address:
/**0.
0.
0.
1
2
In the IPv4 Setting menu, press U or V to select IP Address.
3
Use the numeric keys to set the IP address.
Press [OK]. The IP Address screen appears.
0
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
Increase or reduce the figures by pressing U or V.
Use Y and Z to move the position being entered, which is shown
highlighted.
4
Press [OK]. The IP address is stored and the IPv4 Setting menu
reappears.
Subnet Mask (Subnet mask setting)
Set the IP subnet mask.
Note When you enter the subnet mask, be sure to set the DHCP setting to Off.
a b
Subnet Mask:
/255.255.
0.
1
2
In the IPv4 Setting menu, press U or V to select Subnet Mask.
3
Use the numeric keys to set the subnet mask.
Press [OK]. The Subnet Mask screen appears.
0
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
Increase or reduce the figures by pressing U or V.
Use Y and Z to move the position being entered, which is shown
highlighted.
4
Press [OK]. The subnet mask setting is stored and the IPv4 Setting
menu reappears.
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Operation Panel
Default Gateway (Gateway setting)
Set the IP gateway addresses.
Note Before you input the gateway, be sure to set the DHCP setting to Off.
a b
Default Gateway:
/**0.
0.
0.
1
In the IPv4 Setting menu, press U or V to select Default
Gateway.
2
Press [OK]. The Default Gateway screen appears.
3
Use the numeric keys to set the default gateway.
0
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
Increase or reduce the figures by pressing U or V.
Use Y and Z to move the position being entered, which is shown
highlighted.
4
Press [OK]. The default gateway is stored and the IPv4 Setting menu
reappears.
Bonjour (Bonjour setting)
Select whether or not to use Bonjour. The default setting is On.
IMPORTANT After changing the setting, restart the network, or turn the machine OFF and then ON. For detailed
information on restarting the network, refer to Restart Network (Restarting the network card) on page 6-47.
Bonjour:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
In the IPv4 Setting menu, press U or V to select Bonjour.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether automatic detection is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Bonjour screen appears.
Press [OK]. The automatic detection setting is set and the IPv4
Setting menu reappears.
6-43
Operation Panel
IPv6 Setting (TCP/IP IPv6 settings)
Set up TCP/IP (IPv6) to connect to the network. The default settings are "TCP/IP Protocol: On, TCP/IP (IPv6): Off".
IMPORTANT After changing the setting, restart the network, or turn the machine OFF and then ON. For detailed
information on restarting the network, refer to Restart Network (Restarting the network card) on page 6-47.
The options available in the TCP/IP (IPv6) settings are as follows:
• TCP/IP (IPv6) (Enable/disable TCP/IP (IPv6))...6-44
• RA (Stateless) (RA (Stateless) setting)...6-45
• DHCPv6 (DHCPv6 setting)...6-45
IMPORTANT The RA (Stateless) and DHCPv6 menu options for TCP/IP (IPv6) are displayed when TCP/IP (IPv6) is
enabled.
IPv6 Setting:
a b
1
TCP/IP(IPv6)
********************-
[
Exit
1
In the TCP/IP Settings menu, press U or V to select IPv6
Setting.
2
Press [OK]. The IPv6 Setting menu screen appears.
]
TCP/IP (IPv6) (Enable/disable TCP/IP (IPv6))
This specified whether TCP/IP (IPv6) is used.
TCP/IP(IPv6):
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the IPv6 Setting menu, press U or V to select TCP/IP(IPv6).
3
Press U or V to select whether TCP/IP (IPv6) is enabled.
4
Press [OK]. The TCP/IP (IPv6) setting is set and the IPv6 Setting
menu reappears.
Press [OK]. The TCP/IP(IPv6) screen appears.
6-44
Operation Panel
RA (Stateless) (RA (Stateless) setting)
Select whether or not to use RA (Stateless). The RA (Stateless) settings are available when selecting On for TCP/IP (IPv6).
The default setting is On.
IMPORTANT After changing the setting, restart the network, or turn the machine OFF and then ON. For detailed
information on restarting the network, refer to Restart Network (Restarting the network card) on page 6-47.
RA(Stateless):
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
In the IPv6 Setting menu, press U or V to select RA(Stateless).
3
4
Press U or V to select whether RA (Stateless) is enabled.
Press [OK]. The RA(Stateless) screen appears.
Press [OK]. The RA (Stateless) setting is set and the IPv6 Setting
menu reappears.
DHCPv6 (DHCPv6 setting)
Select whether or not to use the DHCP (IPv6) server. The DHCP (IPv6) Settings are available when selecting On for TCP/
IP (IPv6). The default setting is On.
IMPORTANT After changing the setting, restart the network, or turn the machine OFF and then ON. For detailed
information on restarting the network, refer to Restart Network (Restarting the network card) on page 6-47.
DHCPv6:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
In the IPv6 Setting menu, press U or V to select DHCPv6.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether DHCPv6 is enabled.
Press [OK]. The DHCPv6 screen appears.
Press [OK]. The DHCPv6 setting is set and the IPv6 Setting menu
reappears.
6-45
Operation Panel
Protocol Detail (Detailed settings for the network protocol)
This selects the settings for Protocol Detail.
*
Item
Description
Default Setting
Restarting the System*
NetBEUI
Selects whether or not to receive
documents using NetBEUI.
On
×
SNMPv3
Set SNMPv3.
Off
z
FTP (Server)
Select whether or not to receive
documents using FTP.
On
z
SNMP
Select whether or not to
communicate using SNMP.
On
z
SMTP (E-mail TX)
Select whether or not to send email using SMTP.
Off
×
POP3 (E-mail RX)
Select whether or not to receive email using POP3.
Off
×
RAW Port
Select whether or not to
communicate using RAW Port.
On
z
LPD
Select whether or not to receive
documents using LPD as the
network protocol.
On
z
HTTP
Select whether or not to
communicate using HTTP.
On
z
LDAP
Select whether or not to use LDAP. Off
×
z: The machine must be restarted after the setting is changed.
×: The machine does not need to be restarted after the setting is changed.
Use the procedure below.
Protocol Detail: a b
1
NetBEUI
********************2 SNMPv3
3 FTP(Server)
[ Exit
]
a b
NetBEUI:
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the TCP/IP Settings menu, press U or V to select Protocol
Detail.
2
Press [OK]. The Protocol Detail menu screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select the item for which you want to make settings.
4
Press [OK]. This displays the setting screen for the item selected in
step 3.
The screen shown is the one when NetBEUI is selected.
5
6
Press U or V to select On or Off.
Press [OK]. The Protocol Detail menu reappears.
6-46
Operation Panel
Restart Network (Restarting the network card)
To restart the network card of the device.
Network:
a b
1 TCP/IP Settings
2
Restart Network
********************[
Exit
Yes
] [
In the Print Settings menu, press U or V to select Network.
3
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Restarting...
appears and the network is restarted.
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
]
Restart.
Are you sure?
[
1
2
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Network menu
without restarting the network.
No
]
6-47
Operation Panel
Optional network (Optional Network settings)
This selects the settings for the optional Network Interface Kit (IB-50) or Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-51).
Note This is only displayed when a Network Interface Kit (IB-50) or Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-51) is
installed as an option.
The options available in the Optional Network settings are as follows:
• Wireless Network (Wireless network settings)...6-49
• Basic (Basic settings for the optional network interface card)...6-55
• Communication (Select the network interface to use)...6-58
Note Check with your network administrator when selecting the network setting. After all network related settings
have been done, restart the network. Refer to Restart Network (Restarting the network card) on page 6-47. This is
mandatory to make the settings effective!
When Command Center RX is used, network parameters and security settings can be conveniently changed and
checked from your PC. For more information, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
2
Press [Menu] .
3
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is not
displayed and the Optional Network menu screen is
displayed.
]
a b
Press U or V to select Optional network.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
4
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
5
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
6
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
6-48
Operation Panel
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
7
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
8
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
Optional network: a b
1
Wireless Network
********************2 Basic
3 Communication
[ Exit
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
9
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the Optional network menu appears
showing a list of available options.
Wireless Network (Wireless network settings)
This selects the settings for Wireless network.
Note Wireless Network is only displayed when the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-51) is installed.
Wireless Network: a b
1
ConnectionStatus
********************2 Quick Setup
3 Custom Setup
[ Exit
]
1
In the Optional network menu, press U or V to select Wireless
network.
2
Press [OK]. The Wireless network menu screen appears.
The following operations are possible:
• ConnectionStatus (Wireless network connection status check)...6-49
• Quick Setup (Quick setup for the wireless LAN)...6-50
• Custom Setup (Detailed settings for the wireless LAN)...6-52
ConnectionStatus (Wireless network connection status check)
When the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-51) is installed, it is possible to check the status of the wireless LAN.
ConnectionStatus: P b
Status:
1/ 2
Connection
1
In the Wireless network menu, press U or V to select
ConnectionStatus.
2
Press [OK]. The ConnectionStatus screen appears.
6-49
Operation Panel
ConnectionStatus: P b
NetwkName(SSID): 2/2
AAAA
3
Press Y or Z. The NetwkName(SSID) is displayed.
Note If some of the NetwkName(SSID) are not displayed, press
[Detail] ([Right Select]) and all the Names will be displayed.
[ Detail ]
Detail:
O b
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZabcdefghijklmnop
qrstuvwxyz1234567890
If the entire name shown as the NetwkName(SSID) will not fit on one
line, pressing [Detail] ([Right Select]) changes to a 3-line name
display.
Quick Setup (Quick setup for the wireless LAN)
When connecting to an access point which supports the automatic wireless LAN setup, you can select the connection
settings using Quick Setup.
Quick Setup:
a b
1
AvailableNetwork
********************2 Push Button
3 PIN (Device)
[ Exit
]
1
In the Wireless Network menu, press U or V to select Quick
Setup.
2
Press [OK]. The Quick Setup menu screen appears.
The following operations are possible:
• AvailableNetwork (Display the access points)
• Push Button (Connect using Push Button)
• PIN (Device) (Connect using a PIN code (for the Wireless Network
Interface Kit))
• PIN (Terminal) (Connect using a PIN code (for the access point)
AvailableNetwork (Display the access points)
Displays the access points which can be connected to.
AvailableNetwork: a b
AccessPoint_001
AccessPoint_002
AccessPoint_003
[ Refresh ]
1
2
In the Quick Setup menu, press U or V to AvailableNetwork.
Press [OK]. The AvailableNetwork screen appears.
Note Press [Refresh] ([Left Select]) to update the
information.
3
Press U or V to select the access point to connect to.
4
Press [OK]. The connection with the access point is started.
When it is necessary to enter an encryption key, the WEP Key entry
screen or Preshared Key entry screen appears.
a b
WEP Key:
00000000
[
ABC
Text
]
When a WEP Key must be entered:
Enter the WEP Key using the numeric keys and press [OK].
Note Up to 26 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
6-50
Operation Panel
[
When a Preshared Key must be entered:
a b
Preshared Key:
00000000
ABC
Text
Enter the Preshared Key using the numeric keys and press [OK].
Note The number of characters is between 8 and 64. For
details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
]
Push Button (Connect using Push Button)
When the access point supports the automatic wireless LAN setup button, you can configure the wireless settings
automatically using the button and the panel operation of the printer.
Press the push button
on access point and
then press [Next].
[
Yes
] [
No
1
2
In the Quick Setup menu, press U or V to select Push Button.
3
4
Press the automatic wireless LAN setup button on the access point.
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
]
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Connecting...
appears and the connection with the access point starts.
PIN (Device) (Connect using a PIN code (for the Wireless Network Interface Kit))
The connection is started using the PIN code for the machine. The PIN code displayed should be entered at the access
point. The PIN code for the machine is generated automatically.
Enter the PIN code
into the access point
and press [Next].
PIN:xxxxxxxx
[ Next
]
PIN code
1
2
In the Quick Setup menu, press U or V to select PIN (Device).
3
Register the PIN code displayed on the Message display at the
access point.
4
Press [Next] ([Left Select]). The message Connecting...
appears and the connection with the access point starts.
Press [OK]. A PIN code is displayed on the Message display.
PIN (Terminal) (Connect using a PIN code (for the access point)
The connection is started using the PIN code for the access point. Enter the PIN code for the access point. For details of
the PIN code for the access point, refer to the Operation Guide of the access point.
a b
PIN Code:
00000000
[
ABC
Text
1
2
In the Quick Setup menu, press U or V to select PIN (Terminal).
Press [OK]. The PIN code entry screen appears.
]
6-51
Operation Panel
3
Enter the PIN Code using the numeric keys.
Note Up to 8 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
4
Press [OK]. The message Connecting... appears and the
connection with the access point starts.
Custom Setup (Detailed settings for the wireless LAN)
It is possible to change the detailed settings of the wireless LAN.
Quick Setup:
a b
1
Netwk Name(SSID)
********************2 Connection Mode
3 Channel
[ Exit
]
1
In the Wireless network menu, press U or V to select Custom
Setup.
2
Press [OK]. The Custom Setup menu screen appears.
The following operations are possible:
• Netwk Name (SSID) (Registration of the access point's SSID)
• Connection mode (Switch between connection modes)
• Channel (Channel settings)
• Netwk Authentic. (Network Authentication setting)
• Encryption (Encryption settings)
Netwk Name (SSID) (Registration of the access point's SSID)
This sets the SSID (Service Set Identifier) for the wireless LAN access point the machine will be connected to.
Netwk Name(SSID): a b
AAA
[
ABC
Text
]
1
In the Custom Setup menu, press U or V to select Netwk
Name(SSID).
2
3
Press [OK]. The Netwk Name(SSID) entry screen appears.
The Netwk Name(SSID) entry screen appears.
Note Up to 32 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
4
Press [OK]. The Custom Setup menu reappears.
Connection mode (Switch between connection modes)
This selects the method for connecting to the wireless LAN. Set Ad Hoc when machines will be connected directly with
each other, without going through an access point.
Connection Mode: a b
1
Ad Hoc
********************2 *Infrastructure
1
In the Custom Setup menu, press U or V to select Connection
Mode.
2
Press [OK]. The Connection Mode screen appears.
The available Connection Mode are as follows:
Ad Hoc (Connect without going through access points)
Infrastructure (Connect via an access point)
3
4
Press U or V to select the connection mode.
Press [OK]. The Custom Setup menu reappears.
6-52
Operation Panel
Channel (Channel settings)
This sets the Channel to be used in the wireless LAN.
a b
Channel:
(1 - 11)
/10-
1
2
In the Custom Setup menu, press U or V to select Channel.
3
Enter the Channel number using the numeric keys, U or V.
Press [OK]. The Channel screen appears.
Note The Channel can be set between 1 and 11.
4
Press [OK]. The Custom Setup menu reappears.
Netwk Authentic. (Network Authentication setting)
This sets the authentication method to be used when connecting to an access point.
Netwk Authentic.: a b
1
Open
********************2 *Shared
3 WPA-PSK
1
In the Custom Setup menu, press U or V to select Netwk
Authentic..
2
Press [OK]. The Netwk Authentic. screen appears.
The available authentication methods are as follows:
Open
Shared
WPA-PSK
WPA2-PSK
Note WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK are only displayed when
Infrastructure has been set as the Connection mode
(Switch between connection modes) on page 6-52.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired authentication method.
Press [OK]. The Custom Setup menu reappears.
Encryption (Encryption settings)
This selects the encryption settings.
Note This setting is not displayed when the setting for Netwk Authentic. (Network Authentication setting) on page
6-53 is set to use an authentication method other than Open, Shared, WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK, using Utility.
Encryption:
a b
1
Data Encryption
********************2 WEP Key
[
Exit
]
1
2
In the Custom Setup menu, press U or V to select Encryption.
Press [OK]. The Encryption screen appears.
The following operations are possible:
• Data Encryption (Data Encryption setting)...6-54
• WEP Key (WEP Key settings)...6-54
• Preshared Key (Preshared Key settings)...6-55
Note WEP Key is displayed when Netwk Authentic.
(Network Authentication setting) on page 6-53 is set to Open
or Shared.
Preshared Key is displayed when Netwk Authentic.
(Network Authentication setting) on page 6-53 is set to WPAPSK or WPA2-PSK.
6-53
Operation Panel
Data Encryption (Data Encryption setting)
This sets the encryption method.
Data Encryption: a b
1
Disable
********************2 *WEP
1
2
In the Encryption menu, press U or V to select Data Encryption.
Press [OK]. The Data Encryption screen appears.
Note The encryption methods that can be selected vary
depending on the authentication method set in Netwk
Authentic. (Network Authentication setting) on page 6-53.
Disable or WEP can be selected when Open or Shared is
set.
TKIP, AES or Auto can be selected when PA-PSK or WPA2PSK is set.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired encryption method.
1
In the Encryption menu, press U or V to select WEP Key.
2
Press [OK]. The WEP Key screen appears.
3
Press[Edit] ([Right Select]). The WEP Key entry screen appears.
4
Enter the WEP Key using the numeric keys.
Press [OK]. The Encryption menu reappears.
WEP Key (WEP Key settings)
This registers the WEP Key.
a b
WEP Key:
zzzzzzzzzz
[
Edit
]
a b
WEP KEY:
zzzzzzzzz*
[
ABC
Text
]
Note Up to 26 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
5
Press [OK]. The Encryption menu reappears.
6-54
Operation Panel
Preshared Key (Preshared Key settings)
This registers the Preshared Key.
Preshared Key:
a b
1
2
In the Encryption menu, press U or V to select Preshared Key.
3
Press[Edit] ([Right Select]). The Preshared Key screen
appears.
4
Enter the Preshared Key using the numeric keys.
Press [OK]. The Preshared Key screen appears.
zzzzzzzzzz
[
Edit
Preshared Key:
zzzzzzzzz*
[
ABC
Text
]
a b
Note The number of characters is between 8 and 64. For
details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6
]
5
Press [OK]. The Encryption menu reappears.
Basic (Basic settings for the optional network interface card)
This selects the basic settings for the optional network interface card (IB-50) or optional Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB51) network.
Basic:
a b
1
TCP/IP Settings
********************2 IPSec
3 LAN Interface
[ Exit
]
1
In the Optional network menu, press U or V to select Wireless
network.
2
Press [OK]. The Wireless network menu screen appears.
The following operations are possible:
• TCP/IP Settings (optional network interface card?TCP/IP
Settings)...6-56
• IPSec (IPSec setting)...6-56
• LAN Interface (LAN Interface setting)...6-57
• MACAddressFilter (MAC address filtering setting)...6-57
• Restart Network (Restarting the optional network interface card)...658
6-55
Operation Panel
TCP/IP Settings (optional network interface card TCP/IP Settings)
This selects the TCP/IP settings.
The options available in the TCP/IP Settings are as follows:
• TCP/IP (Enable/Disable TCP/IP)
• IPv4 Setting (TCP/IP IPv4 settings)
• IPv6 Setting (TCP/IP IPv6 settings)
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
********************2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
1
In the Network Settings menu, press U or V to select TCP/IP
Settings.
2
Press [OK]. The TCP/IP Settings menu screen appears.
TCP/IP (Enable/Disable TCP/IP)
This specified whether TCP/IP is used.
The method for setting is the same as for the standard Network settings. For details, refer to TCP/IP (Enable/Disable TCP/
IP) on page 6-40.
IPv4 Setting (TCP/IP IPv4 settings)
This selects the settings for TCP/IP (IPv4). The method for setting is the same as for the standard Network settings. For
details, refer to IPv4 Setting (TCP/IP IPv4 settings) on page 6-41.
IPv6 Setting (TCP/IP IPv6 settings)
This selects the settings for TCP/IP (IPv6). The method for setting is the same as for the standard Network settings. For
details, refer to IPv6 Setting (TCP/IP IPv6 settings) on page 6-44.
IPSec (IPSec setting)
IPSec (IP Security Protocol) is a security protocol adopted as the standard by the IETF for authentication and encryption in
the third network layer (IP layer).
It can be used with both IPv4 and IPv6.
Note IPv4 uses 32-bit IP addresses and IPv6 uses 128-bit IP addresses.
IPSec:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Basic menu, press U or V to select IPSec.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether IPSec is enabled.
Press [OK]. The IPSec screen appears.
Press [OK]. The IPSec setting is set and the Basic menu reappears.
6-56
Operation Panel
LAN Interface (LAN Interface setting)
Specify the settings for the LAN interface to be used. The default setting is Auto.
Note LAN Interface is only displayed when the optional network interface card (IB-50) is installed.
LAN Interface:
a b
1
*Auto
********************2 10BASE-Half
3 10BASE-Full
1
2
In the Basic menu, press U or V to select LAN Interface.
Press [OK]. The LAN Interface screen appears.
The available LAN Interface are as follows:
Auto
10BASE-Half
10BASE-Full
100BASE-Half
100BASE-Full
1000BASE-T
3
Press U or V to select the desired LAN Interface.
4
Press [OK]. The LAN Interface is set and the Basic menu
reappears.
MACAddressFilter (MAC address filtering setting)
This sets whether or not to enable MAC address filtering.
Note The detailed settings for MAC address filtering are selected using the optional network interface card utility
software.
MACAddressFilter: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Basic menu, press U or V to select MACAddressFilter.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether MAC address filtering is enabled.
Press [OK]. The MACAddressFilter screen appears.
Press [OK]. The MAC address filtering setting is set and the Basic
menu reappears.
6-57
Operation Panel
Restart Network (Restarting the optional network interface card)
To restart the optional network interface card of the device.
Restart.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
1
2
In the Basic menu, press U or V to select Network.
3
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Restarting...
appears and the network is restarted.
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
]
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns to the Basic menu without
restarting the network.
Communication (Select the network interface to use)
This selects the interface to use for network connection.
Communication:
a b
1
*Standard
NIC
********************2 Option NIC
1
In the Optional Network menu, press U or V to select
Communication.
2
Press [OK]. The Communication screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select the desired NIC.
Press [OK]. The NIC is set and the Optional Network menu reappears.
6-58
Operation Panel
Device Common (Selecting/Setting the common device)
Selects/sets all the functions in this printer.
The options available in Device Common are as follows:
• Language (Selecting the message language)...6-59
• Def. Screen(Box) (Document Box default screen settings.)...6-60
• Date Setting (Date and time settings)...6-61
• Buzzer (Alarm (Buzzer) setting)...6-64
• Display Bright. (Display brightness setting)...6-66
• Disp. Backlight (Display backlight setting)...6-66
• Error Handling (Error detection setting)...6-66
• ColorToner Empty (Setting when color toner runs out)...6-71
• Timer Setting...6-71
• USB Keyboard Type (USB keyboard type selection)...6-77
• Manual Staple (Manual Staple setting)...6-77
• TonerAlert Level (Setting for the alert level for toner addition)...6-79
• Display Jobs Log...6-81
• Msg Banner Print (Preview screen setting for Banner Printing)...6-82
Device Common:
a b
1
Language
********************2 Def. Screen(Box)
3 Date Setting
[ Exit
]
1
2
3
Press [MENU].
Press U or V to select Device Common.
Press [OK]. The Device Common menu appears showing a list of
available options.
Language (Selecting the message language)
You can select the language of the message display by following the procedure given below. You can optionally download
messages in other languages. Contact your service technician for information.
Language:
a b
1
*English
********************2 Deutsch
3 Français
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Language.
2
Press [OK]. The Language screen appears showing the list of
languages.
The available languages are as follows:
English
Deutsch
Français
Español
Italiano
Nederlands
Русский
Português
6-59
Operation Panel
The optional languages are as follows:
Optional language
Message display
Turkish
Türkçe
Greek
Ελληνικά
Polish
Polski
Czech
Hungarian
Magyar
Finnish
Suomi
Hebrew
Arabic
Swedish
Svenska
Danish
Dansk
Norwegian
Norsk
Romanian
If you are using one of the optional languages, it is displayed in place
of Português.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired language.
Press [OK]. The language is set and the Device Common menu
reappears.
Def. Screen(Box) (Document Box default screen settings.)
Select the screen to be displayed when [Document Box] is pressed.
Def. Screen(Box): a b
1
*Custom BOX
********************2 Job BOX
1
In the Device Common menu screen, press U or V to select Def.
Screen(Box).
2
Press [OK]. The Def. Screen(Box) screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select either Custom BOX or Job BOX as the default
screen.
4
Press [OK]. The default screen is set and the Device Common menu
reappears.
6-60
Operation Panel
Date Setting (Date and time settings)
Set the date and time.
IMPORTANT To change the Date Setting, the administrator's Login User Name and Login Password must be
entered. For details of the administrator settings, refer to Local User List on page 6-102.
If you change the date/time while using an application, you will no longer be able to use the application.
The date and time settings consist of the following items:
• Date (date setting)...6-62
• Time (time setting)...6-62
• Date Format (date format selection)...6-63
• Time Zone (time difference setting)...6-63
• Summer Time (summer time setting)...6-63
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Date
Setting.
2
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the Date Setting menu screen is
displayed.
]
a b
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
3
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
4
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
5
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
6
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
]
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Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
Date Setting:
a b
1
Date
********************2 Time
3 Date Format
[ Exit
]
7
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
8
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the Date Setting menu appears
showing a list of available options.
1
In the Date Setting menu, press U or V to select Date.
2
Press [OK]. The Date screen appears.
3
Use the numeric keys to set the year, month, and day.
Date (date setting)
a b
Date:
Month
Day
Year
/04- / 04
/ 2012
(Time Zone:Estn Time)
Use Y and Z to move the cursor right and left.
4
Press [OK]. The date is set and the Date Setting menu reappears.
1
2
In the Date Setting menu, press U or V to select Time.
3
Use the numeric keys to set the hour, minute, and second.
Time (time setting)
Time:
a b
Hour
Min.
Second
/11- : 45 : 50
(Time Zone:Estn Time)
Press [OK]. The Time screen appears.
Use Y and Z to move the cursor right and left.
4
Press [OK]. The time is set and the Date Setting menu reappears.
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Date Format (date format selection)
One of three formats can be selected for the date format.
Date Format:
a b
1
*Month/Day/Year
********************2 Day/Month/Year
3 Year/Month/Day
1
In the Date Setting menu, press U or V to select Date Format.
2
Press [OK]. The Date Format screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select the desired date format.
The following date formats can be selected:
Month/Day/Year
Day/Month/Year
Year/Month/Day
4
Press [OK]. The date format is set and the Date Setting menu
reappears.
1
2
In the Date Setting menu, press U or V to select Time Zome.
3
4
Press U or V to select the location.
Time Zone (time difference setting)
Set the time difference from GMT.
Time Zome:
a b
1
-12:00 Internati
********************2 -11:00 Samoa
3 -11:00 UTC-11
Press [OK]. The Time Zome screen appears.
Press [OK]. The time zome is set and the Date Setting menu
reappears.
Note If you select a region that does not utilize summer time, the
summer time setting will not appear.
Summer Time (summer time setting)
Set summer time.
Summer Time:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Date Setting menu, press U or V to select Summer Time.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether the summer time is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Summer Time screen appears.
Press [OK]. The summer time is set and the Date Setting menu
reappears.
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Buzzer (Alarm (Buzzer) setting)
This function uses tones to notify the user of printer operations and the printer status. This setting is useful, for example,
when the printer is located some distance from the user.
The options available in Buzzer are as follows:
• Key Confirmation (Key confirmation tone setting)...6-64
• Job Finish (Job completed tone setting)...6-64
• Ready (Preparation completed tone setting)...6-65
• Error (Error tone setting)...6-65
• Keyboard Confirm (Keyboard confirmation tone setting)...6-65
Buzzer:
a b
1
Key Confirmation
********************2 Job Finish
3 Ready
[ Exit
]
1 In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Buzzer.
2 Press [OK]. The Buzzer screen appears.
Key Confirmation (Key confirmation tone setting)
When On is selected in this setting, a tone sounds each time a key is used. The default setting is On.
Key Confirmation: a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the Buzzer menu screen, press U or V to select Key
Confirmation.
2
Press [OK]. The Key Confirmation screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether the key confirmation tone is enabled.
Press [OK]. The key confirmation tone setting is set and the Buzzer
menu reappears.
Job Finish (Job completed tone setting)
When On is selected in this setting, a tone sounds when printing ends. The default setting is Off.
Job Finish:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Buzzer menu screen, press U or V to select Job Finish.
3
Press U or V to select whether the printing completed tone is
enabled.
4
Press [OK]. The printing completed tone setting is set and the Buzzer
menu reappears.
Press [OK]. The Job Finish screen appears.
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Ready (Preparation completed tone setting)
When On is selected in this setting, a tone sounds when print preparation has been completed. The default setting is Off.
Ready:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Buzzer menu screen, press U or V to select Ready.
3
Press U or V to select whether the preparation completed tone is
enabled.
4
Press [OK]. The preparation completed tone setting is set and the
Buzzer menu reappears.
Press [OK]. The Ready screen appears.
Error (Error tone setting)
When On is selected in this setting, a tone sounds when a problem such as running out of paper or a paper jam occurs
during printing. The default setting is On.
Error:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
In the Buzzer menu screen, press U or V to select Error.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether the warning tone is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Error screen appears.
Press [OK]. The warning tone setting is set and the Buzzer menu
reappears.
Keyboard Confirm (Keyboard confirmation tone setting)
When On is selected in this setting, a tone sounds each time a USB keyboard is used. The default setting is Off.
Keyboard Confirm: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
In the Buzzer menu screen, press U or V to select Keyboard
Confirm.
2
Press [OK]. The Keyboard Confirm screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select whether the keyboard confirmation tone is
enabled.
4
Press [OK]. The Keyboard Confirm tone setting is set and the Buzzer
menu reappears.
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Display Bright. (Display brightness setting)
Sets the brightness of the message display.
Display Bright.: a b
1 Darker -2
2 Darker -1
3 *Normal 0
********************-
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Display
Bright..
2
Press [OK]. The Display Bright. screen appears showing the
available brightness settings.
The list shows the following brightness settings:
Darker -2
Darker -1
Normal 0
Lighter +1
Lighter +2
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired brightness.
Press [OK]. The brightness is set and the Device Common menu
reappears.
Disp. Backlight (Display backlight setting)
Set the backlight for the message display.
Disp. Backlight: a b
1
*On
********************2 Off
3 Touched
1
2
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Disp. Backlight.
Press [OK]. The Disp. Backlight screen appears.
The list shows the following display backlight settings:
On (Standard)
Off (No backlight)
Touched (Backlight lights up during operation)
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired backlight setting.
Press [OK]. The backlight setting is set and the Device Common
menu reappears.
Error Handling (Error detection setting)
This specifies the settings for the detection methods used for duplex printing errors and for paper size and paper type errors
when the paper source is fixed.
The options available in Error Handling are as follows:
• DuplexPaperError (Duplex printing error detection setting)...6-67
• Finishing Error (Setting when a finishing error occurs)...6-67
• No Staple Error (Setting when the staples run out)...6-68
• Stapling Limit (Setting when the number of sheets exceeds the stapling limit)...6-68
• Punch Waste Full (Setting when the punch waste box is full)...6-69
• Paper Mismatch (Detection settings for paper size/type errors when the paper source is fixed)...6-69
• MP Tray Empty (Warning when the MP tray is empty)...6-70
• Jam before Staple (Operation when stapling paper jam occurs)...6-70
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Error Handling:
a b
1
DuplexPaperError
********************2 Finishing Error
3 No Staple Error
[ Exit
]
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Error
Handling.
2
Press [OK]. The Error Handling menu screen appears.
DuplexPaperError (Duplex printing error detection setting)
If the error detection setting for duplex printing has been turned Display Error, and you attempt to print onto a paper
size and paper type that cannot be used for duplex printing, the Duplex disabled error message will be displayed and
printing will stop.
Display
Error
• To print onto one-side of the paper only when this message is displayed, press [OK].
1-sided
• To print onto one-side of the paper.
• Press [Cancel] to cancel the printing itself.
DuplexPaperError: a b
1
*1-sided
********************2 Display Error
1
In the Error Handling menu, press U or V to select
DuplexPaperError.
2
Press [OK]. The DuplexPaperError screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the setting for handling duplex paper errors.
Press [OK]. The handling of duplex paper errors is set and the Error
Handling menu screen reappears.
Finishing Error (Setting when a finishing error occurs)
Select the setting when finishing (stapling, punching, sorting, or auto image rotation) is not possible for the selected paper
size or type.
Display • A message is displayed and printing stops.
Error
Ignore
• A message is not displayed and printing continues without
finishing.
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Finishing Error: a b
1
*Ignore
********************2 Display Error
1
In the Error Handling menu, press U or V to select Finishing
Error.
2
Press [OK]. The Finishing Error screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the setting for handling finishing error.
Press [OK]. The handling of finishing error is set and the Error
Handling menu screen reappears.
No Staple Error (Setting when the staples run out)
This setting can be specified when an optional document finisher is installed.
Select the setting when the staples run out and the Add staples. message is displayed during stapling.
Display • A message is displayed and printing stops. Printing
Error
automatically resumes when staples are added.
Ignore
• A message is displayed, however, printing continues
without stapling.
No Staple Error: a b
1
*Ignore
********************2 Display Error
1
In the Error Handling menu, press U or V to select No Staple
Error.
2
Press [OK]. The No Staple Error screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the setting for handling no staple error.
Press [OK]. The handling of no staple error is set and the Error
Handling menu screen reappears.
Stapling Limit (Setting when the number of sheets exceeds the stapling limit)
Select the setting when the number of printed sheets exceeds the number of sheets that can be stapled.
Display • A message is displayed and printing stops.
Error
Ignore
• A message is not displayed and printing continues without
stapling.
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Stapling Limit:
a b
1
*Ignore
********************2 Display Error
1
In the Error Handling menu, press U or V to select Stapling
Limit.
2
Press [OK]. The Stapling Limit screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the setting for handling staple limit errors.
Press [OK]. The handling of staple limit errors is set and the Error
Handling menu screen reappears.
Punch Waste Full (Setting when the punch waste box is full)
This setting can be specified when a punch unit is installed on the optional Document Finisher. Select the setting when the
punch waste box becomes full and the message Empty the punch waste box. is displayed during punching.
Display • A message is displayed and printing stops. Printing
Error
automatically resumes when the punch waste is discarded
and the punch waste box is replaced in the punch unit.
Ignore
• A message is displayed, however, printing continues
without punching.
Punch Waste Full: a b
1
*Ignore
********************2 Display Error
1
In the Error Handling menu, press U or V to select Punch Waste
Full.
2
Press [OK]. The Punch Waste Full screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the setting for handling punch waste full.
Press [OK]. The handling of punch waste full is set and the Error
Handling menu screen reappears.
Paper Mismatch (Detection settings for paper size/type errors when the paper source is
fixed)
Select Continue in this setting if you want to continue printing even if the paper size or type you specified is different from
the fixed paper source, or select Display Error to have the paper feed error displayed.
Paper Mismatch:
a b
1
*Continue
********************2 Display Error
1
In the Error Handling menu, press U or V to select Paper
Mismatch.
2
Press [OK]. The Paper Mismatch screen appears.
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3
Press U or V to select the setting for handling paper mismatch
errors.
4
Press [OK]. The handling of paper mismatch errors is set and the
Error Handling menu screen reappears.
MP Tray Empty (Warning when the MP tray is empty)
Turn this setting to On if you want the error displayed when the MP tray is configured as the default paper source, and there
is no paper in the MP tray, or turn it to Off not to have the error displayed.
The setting On enables the paper-empty message to display when the MP tray is empty.
MP Tray Empty:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the Error Handling menu, press U or V to select MP Tray Empty.
2
Press [OK]. The MP Tray Empty screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select the setting for the paper-empty message to
display.
4
Press [OK]. The display of MP Tray Empty is set and the Error
Handling menu screen reappears.
Jam before Staple (Operation when stapling paper jam occurs)
The page from which printing is resumed when a paper jam occurs during a job with stapling can be selected.
Item
Description
Top of Page
Resume printing from the first page of the document.
Jammed Page
Resume printing from the page where the jam occurred.
Note This setting is displayed when an optional document finisher is installed.
Jam beforeStaple: a b
1
Top of Page
********************2 Jammed Page
1
In the Error Handling menu, press U or V to select Jam
beforeStaple.
2
Press [OK]. The Jam beforeStaple appears.
3
Press U or V to select the operation when a stapling paper jam
occurs.
4
Press [OK]. The operation when a stapling paper jam occurs is set
and you return to the error settings menu.
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ColorToner Empty (Setting when color toner runs out)
Select whether printing is prohibited or the Print in Black and White setting is used for printing once the color toner runs out.
Stop Printing
Printing stops until the toner is replaced.
Print in B & W When cyan, magenta, or yellow color toner runs out, the printer displays the message Replace the
toner. [C][M][Y] If not, press [OK]. The job is canceled. and stops printing. Printing
resumes when the color toner is replaced. After [OK] is pressed and the current job is canceled, printing
will take place in black and white mode from the next job.
ColorToner Empty: a b
1 Stop Printing
2 *Print in B & W
********************-
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select ColorToner
Empty.
2
Press [OK]. The ColorToner Empty screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select the setting for handling when a color toner
runs out.
4
Press [OK]. The handling when color toner runs out is set and the
Device Common menu reappears.
Timer Setting
This specifies timer-related settings such as the automatic form-feed timeout and the timeout settings for Auto Sleep.
IMPORTANT To change the Timer Setting, the administrator's Login User Name and Login Password must be
entered. For details of the administrator settings, refer to Local User List on page 6-102.
The options available in Timer Setting are as follows:
• Auto Panel Reset (Auto panel reset setting)...6-73
• PanelReset Timer (Setting the panel reset timer)...6-73
• Low Power Timer (Low Power Mode timer timeout time)...6-73
• Sleep Timer (Sleep timer timeout time)...6-74
• Auto Err. Clear (Auto error clear setting)...6-74
• Err. Clear Timer (Setting the error clear time)...6-75
• Error Job Skip...6-75
• Job Skip Timer (Job Skip Timer setting)...6-76
• FormFeed TimeOut (Automatic form feed timeout setting)...6-76
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Timer
Setting.
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Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
2
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the Timer Setting menu screen is
displayed.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
]
a b
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
3
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
4
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
5
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
6
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
7
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
a b
Timer Setting:
1
Auto
Panel
Reset
********************2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
8
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the Timer Setting menu appears
showing a list of available options.
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Auto Panel Reset (Auto panel reset setting)
The Auto Panel Reset function automatically restores the default settings if the panel is not used for a set time. The default
setting is On.
For setting the time until the panel is automatically reset, refer to PanelReset Timer (Setting the panel reset timer) on page
6-73.
Auto Panel Reset: a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select Auto Panel
Reset.
2
Press [OK]. The Auto Panel Reset screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether Auto Panel Reset is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Auto Panel Reset setting is set and the Timer Setting
menu reappears.
PanelReset Timer (Setting the panel reset timer)
When Auto Panel Reset is set to On, this sets the time until the panel is automatically reset after the user stops using
the panel. The default setting is 90 seconds.
PanelReset Timer: a b
(5 - 495)
/90-sec.
1
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select PanelReset
Timer.
2
Press [OK]. The PanelReset Timer screen appears.
3
4
Use the numeric keys to set the panel reset time.
Press [OK]. The panel reset time setting is stored and the Timer
Setting menu reappears.
Low Power Timer (Low Power Mode timer timeout time)
You can adjust the length of time the printer waits before entering Low Power Mode in the absence of a print job. The printer
reverts to normal operation mode when the printer receives a print job or any button is pressed on the operation panel. The
default time is 5 minutes.
Low Power Timer: a b
(1 - 240)
/*5-min.
1
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select Low Power
Timer.
2
Press [OK]. The Low Power Timer screen appears.
3
4
Use the numeric keys to set the low power time.
Press [OK]. The low power time setting is stored and the Timer
Setting menu reappears.
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Sleep Timer (Sleep timer timeout time)
You can adjust the length of time the printer waits before entering Auto Sleep in the absence of data. The printer reverts to
normal operation mode when the printer receives a print job, [OK] is pressed or one of the exterior covers is opened. The
default time is 60 minutes.
Sleep Timer:
a b
(1 - 240)
/60-min.
1
2
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select Sleep Timer.
3
4
Use the numeric keys to set the sleep time.
Press [OK]. The Sleep Timer screen appears.
Press [OK]. The sleep time setting is stored and the Timer Setting
menu reappears.
Auto Err. Clear (Auto error clear setting)
If an error that still allows you to continue printing occurs, the next received data is automatically printed after a set period
of time elapses.
For example, if the printer is shared over a network as a network printer and one person causes one of the above errors,
after the set period of time elapses, the data sent from the next person is printed. The default setting is Off (Auto Error
Clear disabled).
The auto clear errors are:
Print overrun.
KPDL error.
HDD error.
Incorrect account ID.
Account error.
Cannot duplex print on this paper.
Job Accounting restriction exceeded.
No multi copies.
USB memory error.
Restricted by Job Accounting.
Job not stored.
For the procedure for setting the automatic error recovery time, refer to Err. Clear Timer (Setting the error clear time) on
page 6-75.
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Auto Err. Clear: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select Auto Err.
Clear.
2
Press [OK]. The Auto Err. Clear screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether automatic error recovery is enabled.
Press [OK]. The automatic error recovery setting is set and the Timer
Setting menu reappears.
Err. Clear Timer (Setting the error clear time)
If Auto Err. Clear is set to On and a non-fatal error (an error that allows printing to continue) occurs, this setting specifies
the time until the error is recovered and printing resumes. The default setting is 30 seconds.
Err. Clear Timer: a b
(5 - 495)
/*30-sec.
1
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select Err. Clear
Timer.
2
Press [OK]. The Err. Clear Timer screen appears.
3
4
Use the numeric keys to set the recovery time.
Press [OK]. The recovery time setting is stored and the Timer Setting
menu reappears.
Error Job Skip
Set whether a job for which a "Add paper in cassette #" or "Add paper in Multi Purpose tray" error occurred when the job
was started is automatically skipped after a set period of time elapses.
Note When a job is skipped, it is moved to the end of the job queue.
Error Job Skip:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select Error Job Skip.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether error job skip is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Error Job Skip screen appears.
Press [OK]. The error job skip setting is set and the Timer Setting
menu reappears.
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Job Skip Timer (Job Skip Timer setting)
When Error Job Skip is set to "On", you can set the wait time until an error job is skipped. The default setting is 30 seconds.
Job Skip Timer:
a b
(1 - 90)
/*30-sec.
1
2
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select Job Skip Timer.
3
4
Use the numeric keys to set the job skip time.
Press [OK]. The Job Skip Timer screen appears.
Press [OK]. The job skip time setting is stored and the Timer Setting
menu reappears.
FormFeed TimeOut (Automatic form feed timeout setting)
If the printer receives no data for a set period, it times out and releases the current interface. It then prints whatever data it
has in its buffer and feeds out the printed page. The default setting is 30 seconds.
FormFeed TimeOut: a b
(5 - 495)
/30-sec.
1
In the Timer Setting menu, press U or V to select FormFeed
TimeOut.
2
Press [OK]. The FormFeed TimeOut screen appears.
3
4
Use the numeric keys to set the form feed timeout delay.
Press [OK]. The form feed timeout setting is stored and the Timer
Setting menu reappears.
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USB Keyboard Type (USB keyboard type selection)
Select the type of USB keyboard that you want to use.
USB KeyboardType: a b
1
*US
********************2 Europe US
3 France
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select USB
KeyboardType.
2
Press [OK]. The USB KeyboardType screen appears.
The available USB keyboard type are as follows:
US
Europe US
France
Germany
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired USB keyboard type.
Press [OK]. The USB keyboard type is set and the Device Common
menu reappears.
Manual Staple (Manual Staple setting)
The following settings can be configured in the manual staple settings.
•
Off/On...6-78
•
Clear Timer...6-79
•
Staple Position...6-79
Note When a 4,000-sheet finisher is not installed, these settings cannot be configured.
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Manual
Staple.
2
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the Manual Staple menu screen is
displayed.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
]
a b
3
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
4
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
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Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
5
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
6
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
7
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
Manual Staple:
a b
1
Off/On
********************2 Clear Timer
3 Staple Position
[ Exit
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
8
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the Manual Staple menu screen
appears.
Off/On
Select whether or not to set the setting for Manual Staple.
Off/On:
a b
1 *Off
********************
2 *On
1
In the Manual Staple menu, press U or V to select Off/On.
2
Press [OK]. The Off/On screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether Manual Staple setting is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Manual Staple setting is set and the Manual
Staple menu reappears.
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Clear Timer
Set the time until manual stapling mode is automatically cancelled.
Clear Timer:
a b
(5 - 60)
/5-sec.
1
In the Manual Staple menu, press U or V to select Clear Timer.
2
Press [OK]. The Clear Timer screen appears.
3
Use the numeric keys to set the clear time.
The setting range is 5 to 60 seconds (5-second increments).
4
Press [OK]. The clear time setting is stored and the Manual Staple
menu reappears.
Staple Position
Set the default Staple Position.
A4 Long Edge
Staple on the long side of A4 size.
Letter Long Edge
Staple on the long side of letter size.
Staple Position: a b
********************
1
A4 Long Edge
2 Letter Long Edge
[
Exit
1
In the Manual Staple menu, press U or V to select Staple
Position.
2
Press [OK]. The Staple Position screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired staple position.
]
Press [OK]. The Staple Position is set and the Manual Staple
menu reappears.
TonerAlert Level (Setting for the alert level for toner addition)
This sets the toner addition alert level displayed.
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
]
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select TonerAlert
Level.
2
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the TonerAlert Level menu screen
is displayed.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
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Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
3
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
4
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
TonerAlert Level: a b
1
Off/On
********************2 TonerAlert Level
Exit
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
6
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
7
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
[
5
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
8
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the TonerAlert Level menu
screen appears.
9
10
Press U or V to select Off/On.
]
a b
Off/On:
1
*Off
********************2 On
Press [OK]. The Off/On screen appears.
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TonerAlert Level: a b
1
Off/On
********************2 TonerAlert Level
[
Exit
11
12
Press U or V to select whether Toner Alert Level is enabled.
13
14
Press U or V to select TonerAlert Level.
15
Set the level at which an alert will be displayed using the numeric
keys, U or V. The setting is possible between 5 and 100%.
16
Press [OK]. The Toner Alert Level is set and the TonerAlert
Level menu reappears.
Press [OK]. The TonerAlert Level screen appears.
]
TonerAlert Level: a b
(5 - 100)
/*5-%
Press [OK]. The TonerAlert Level screen appears.
Display Jobs Log
Set Display Jobs Log.
Show All
All users can view the job log.
Hide All
Only users with administrator privileges can view the job log.
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Display
Jobs Log.
2
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the Display Jobs Log menu screen
is displayed.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
]
a b
3
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
4
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
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Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
a b
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
Display Jobs Log: a b
1
*Show All
********************2 Hide All
Exit
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
6
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
7
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
[
5
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
8
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the Display Jobs Log menu
screen appears.
9 Press U or V to select the display setting.
10 Press [OK]. The Device Common screen appears.
Msg Banner Print (Preview screen setting for Banner Printing)
This sets whether or not the confirmation screen appears before each sheet is printed when printing multiple banner sheets.
Note Select this setting when the optional banner tray is attached.
The table below shows the available settings.
Off
The confirmation screen is not displayed. (Paper is fed continuously.)
On
The confirmation screen is displayed before each sheet is printed.
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
]
1
2
In the Device Common menu, press U or V to select Msg Banner Print.
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the Msg Banner Print menu screen
is displayed.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
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Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
3
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
4
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
5
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
6
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
7
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
Msg Banner Print: a b
1 Off
********************
2 *On
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
8
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the Msg Banner Print menu
screen appears.
9 Press U or V to select whether the Msg Banner Print is enabled.
10 Press [OK]. The Device Common screen appears.
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Security (Security function setting)
The security functions can be set up to protect printer operation and the print data.
IMPORTANT To change the Security function settings, the administrator's Login User Name and Login Password
must be entered. For details of the administrator settings, refer to Local User List on page 6-102.
The options available in Security are as follows:
• Network Security (Network security setting)...6-85
• I/F Block Set. (External interface block setting)...6-92
• Security Level...6-93
• Data Security (Data Security setting)...6-94
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
2
3
Press U or V to select Security.
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the Security menu screen is
displayed.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
]
a b
Press [MENU].
4
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
5
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
6
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
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Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
7
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
8
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
Security:
a b
1
Network Security
********************2 I/F Block Set.
3 Security Level
[ Exit
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
9
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the Security menu screen appears.
Network Security (Network security setting)
Use this procedure to specify the security settings for each of the network protocols used.
IMPORTANT Check with your network administrator when selecting network settings.
The options available in Network Security are as follows:
• WSD-PRINT (WSD-PRINT setting)...6-86
• Enhanced WSD (Enhanced WSD setting)...6-86
• EnhancedWSD(SSL) (EnhancedWSD(SSL) setting)...6-86
• IPP (IPP setting)...6-87
• SSL Setting (SSL Server setting)...6-87
• IPSec (IPSec setting)...6-90
• ThinPrint (ThinPrint setting)...6-90
• LAN Interface (LAN Interface setting)...6-91
Network Security: a b
1
WSD-PRINT
********************2 Enhanced WSD
3 EnhancedWSD(SSL)
[ Exit
]
1
2
In the Security menu, press U or V to select Network Security.
Press [OK]. The Network Security menu screen appears.
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WSD-PRINT (WSD-PRINT setting)
Select whether or not to use WSD Print. The default setting is On.
WSD-PRINT:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
Network Security menu, press U or V to select WSD-PRINT.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether WSD-PRINT is enabled.
Press [OK]. The WSD-PRINT screen appears.
Press [OK]. The WSD-PRINT setting is set and the Network Security
menu reappears.
Enhanced WSD (Enhanced WSD setting)
Set whether to use our proprietary web services. Network driver use this Enhanced WSD Web service. The default setting
is On.
Enhanced WSD:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
2
Network Security menu, press U or V to select Enhanced WSD.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether Enhanced WSD is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Enhanced WSD screen appears.
Press [OK]. The Enhanced WSD setting is set and the Network
Security menu reappears.
EnhancedWSD(SSL) (EnhancedWSD(SSL) setting)
Set whether to use our proprietary web services over SSL. SSL must be set to "On" in SSL (SSL Server setting) on page
6-87. The default setting is On.
EnhancedWSD(SSL): a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
Network Security menu, press U or V to select
EnhancedWSD(SSL).
2
Press [OK]. The EnhancedWSD(SSL) screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select EnhancedWSD(SSL) is enabled.
Press [OK]. The EnhancedWSD(SSL) setting is set and the Network
Security menu reappears.
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IPP (IPP setting)
IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) is a standard that uses TCP/IP networks such as the Internet to enable print jobs to be sent
between remote computers and printers.
IPP is an extension of the HTTP protocol used to view websites and enables printing to be carried out via routers on printers
in remote locations. It also supports the HTTP authentication mechanisms along with SSL server and client authentication
as well as encryption. The default setting is Off.
IPP:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Network Security menu, press U or V to select IPP.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether IPP is enabled.
Press [OK]. The IPP screen appears.
Press [OK]. The IPP setting is set and the Network Security menu
reappears.
SSL Setting (SSL Server setting)
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) refers to a protocol used to encrypt information sent and received over a network. SSL can
currently be used to encrypt data such as the WWW or FTP files widely used on the Internet so that privacy-related
information, credit card numbers, corporate secrets and other confidential information can be sent and received safely.
SSL servers use this protocol to authenticate servers and clients.
The options available in SSL Setting are as follows:
• SSL (SSL Server setting)...6-87
• IPP over SSL (SSL Server IPP over SSL setting)...6-89
• HTTPS (SSL Server HTTPS setting)...6-90
SSL Setting:
a b
1
SSL
********************-
[
Exit
1
In the Network Security menu, press U or V to select SSL Setting.
2
Press [OK]. The SSL Setting menu screen appears.
]
SSL (SSL Server setting)
Select the SSL server settings.
The options available in SSL are as follows:
• Off/On (SSL operation setting)...6-88
• Encryption (Encryption setting)...6-88
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SSL:
a b
1
Off/On
********************-
[
Exit
1
In the SSL Setting menu, press U or V to select SSL.
2
Press [OK]. The SSL menu screen appears.
]
Off/On (SSL operation setting)
Select whether or not to use the SSL server. The default setting is Off.
a b
Off/On:
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the SSL menu, press U or V to select Off/On.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether to use the SSL server.
Press [OK]. The Off/On screen appears.
Press [OK]. The SSL server setting is set and the SSL menu
reappears.
Encryption (Encryption setting)
Select the encryption method used on the SSL server.
Note This setting is only displayed when the SSL Setting (SSL Server setting) on page 6-87 is set to On.
Encryption:
a b
1
AES
g
*********************
2 DES
T
3 3DES
g
[Complete]
1
2
In the SSL menu, press U or V to select Encryption.
3
Press U or V to move the cursor to the encryption method to be used
and then press [OK].
Press [OK]. The Encryption screen appears.
The options available in Encryption are as follows:
•
AES (SSL Server AES setting)
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) was
developed to replace DES as the standard
encryption as the safety of DES has declined. AES
is a block encryption system that uses 128-bit
blocks and an SPN structure (a typical structure for
repeated encryption) with three selectable key
lengths of 128, 192 and 256 bits.
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•
DES
DES (Data Encryption Standard) is a typical
symmetric-key cryptographic algorithm that divides
data in to 64-bit blocks and then encrypts each
block using a 56-bit key.
IMPORTANT Symmetric-key cryptography, because it uses
the same key for both encryption and decryption, uses the
same key in both directions when encrypted data is
exchanged. Accordingly, to prevent the key from being
divulged, key transfer and storage must be very strictly
managed.
•
3DES
3DES (Triple Data Encryption Standard) is a high
level of encryption in which DES encryption is
repeated threefold.
A hash symbol (g ) appears to the right of the selected encryption
method.
SSL:
a b
1
Off/On
********************2 Encryption
[
Exit
4
After completing the selection, press [Complete] ([Right Select]).
The selected encryption method is set and the SSL menu reappears.
Once you have set an encryption method, and asterisk (*) appears in
front of this menu option.
]
IPP over SSL (SSL Server IPP over SSL setting)
IPP over SSL is an encryption function that uses SSL for communications between users and servers in network printing.
To use IPP over SSL, both server and client must support the protocol. The default setting is Off.
IPP over SSL:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the SSL Setting menu, press U or V to select IPP over SSL.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether IPP over SSL is enabled.
Press [OK]. The IPP over SSL screen appears.
Press [OK]. The IPP over SSL setting is set and the SSL Setting
menu reappears.
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HTTPS (SSL Server HTTPS setting)
HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure) is a protocol that adds SSL data encryption, message authentication and a
digital signature function to the HTTP protocol used for data transfer between WWW servers and clients.
S-HTTP is a similar protocol, but HTTPS differs in that it uses SSL. The default setting is On.
HTTPS:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the SSL Setting menu, press U or V to select HTTPS.
2
Press [OK]. The HTTPS screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether HTTPS is enabled.
Press [OK]. The HTTPS setting is set and the SSL Setting menu
reappears.
IPSec (IPSec setting)
IPSec (IP Security Protocol) is a security protocol adopted as the standard by the IETF for authentication and encryption in
the third network layer (IP layer).
It can be used with both IPv4 and IPv6.
Note IPv4 uses 32-bit IP addresses and IPv6 uses 128-bit IP addresses.
The default setting is Off.
IPSec:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
2
In the Network Security menu, press U or V to select IPSec.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether IPSec is enabled.
Press [OK]. The IPSec screen appears.
Press [OK]. The IPSec setting is set and the Network Security menu
reappears.
ThinPrint (ThinPrint setting)
Select whether or not to communicate using ThinPrint. SSL settings can also be selected. The default setting is On.
Note Thin Print is only displayed when the optional UG-33 has been activated. Thin Print is only supported in
Europe.
ThinPrint:
a b
1
Off/On
********************2 ThinPrintOverSSL
[
Exit
1
In the Network Security menu, press U or V to select ThinPrint.
2
Press [OK]. The ThinPrint menu screen appears.
]
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Off/On:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
ThinPrint:
a b
1
Off/On
********************2 ThinPrintOverSSL
[
Exit
3
Press U or V to select Off/On.
4
Press [OK]. The Off/On screen appears.
5
6
Press U or V to select whether Thin Print is enabled.
Press [OK]. The Thin Print is set and the ThinPrint menu reappears.
When Thin Print is set to On, the settings for Thin Print over SSL
are displayed, so continue on and set these.
]
ThinPrintOverSSL: a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
7
Press U or V to select ThinPrintOverSSL.
8
Press [OK]. The ThinPrintOverSSL screen appears.
9 Press U or V to select whether Thin Print over SSL is enabled.
10 Press [OK]. The Thin Print is set and the ThinPrint menu reappears.
LAN Interface (LAN Interface setting)
Specify the settings for the LAN interface to be used. The default setting is Auto.
LAN Interface:
a b
1
*Auto
********************2 10Base-Half
3 10Base-Full
1
2
In the Network Security menu, press U or V to select LAN Interface.
Press [OK]. The LAN Interface screen appears.
The available LAN Interface are as follows:
Auto
10Base-Half
10Base-Full
100Base-Half
100Base-Full
1000Base-T
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired LAN Interface.
Press [OK]. The LAN Interface is set and the Network Security menu
reappears.
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I/F Block Set. (External interface block setting)
You can use this to lock and thereby protect the interface.
The options available in I/F Block Set. are as follows:
• USB Host (USB Port setting)...6-92
• USB Device (USB interface setting)...6-92
• Option I/F (Network interface card (NIC) setting)...6-93
• USB Storage (USB memory setting)...6-93
I/F Block Set.:
a b
1
USB Host
********************2 USB Device
3 Option I/F
[ Exit
]
1
2
In the Security menu, press U or V to select I/F Block Set..
Press [OK]. The I/F Block Set. menu screen appears.
USB Host (USB Port setting)
This locks and protects the USB Port (USB Host). The default setting is Unblock.
USB Host:
a b
1
*Unblock
********************2 Block
1
2
In the I/F Block Set. menu, press U or V to select USB Host.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether a USB host is used.
Press [OK]. The USB Host screen appears.
Press [OK]. The USB Host setting is set and the I/F Block Set. menu
reappears.
USB Device (USB interface setting)
This locks and protects the USB interface. The default setting is Unblock.
USB Device:
a b
1
*Unblock
********************2 Block
1
2
In the I/F Block Set. menu, press U or V to select USB Device.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether a USB device is used.
Press [OK]. The USB Device screen appears.
Press [OK]. The USB Device setting is set and the I/F Block Set.
menu reappears.
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Option I/F (Network interface card (NIC) setting)
This locks and protects the network interface card (NIC). The default setting is Unblock.
Option I/F:
a b
1
*Unblock
********************2 Block
1
2
In the I/F Block Set. menu, press U or V to select Option I/F.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether an optional interface is used.
Press [OK]. The Option I/F screen appears.
Press [OK]. The Optional I/F setting is set and the I/F Block Set.
menu reappears.
USB Storage (USB memory setting)
This locks and protects the USB storage (USB memory). The default setting is Unblock.
USB Storage:
a b
1
*Unblock
********************2 Block
1
In the I/F Block Set. menu, press U or V to select USB Storage.
2
Press [OK]. The USB Storage screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select whether a USB memory is used.
Press [OK]. The USB memory setting is set and the I/F Block Set.
menu reappears.
Security Level
The Security Level setting is primarily a menu option used by service personnel for maintenance work. There is no need for
customers to use this menu.
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Data Security (Data Security setting)
This is to change the Security Password, perform HDD initialization and perform data sanitization.
• HDD Initializ. (Hard Disk Initialization)...6-94
• DataSanitization (Sanitizing the stored data)...6-97
Note HDD Initializ. is displayed only when the optional Data Security Kit is installed on the printer.
Data Security:
a b
1
HDD Initializ.
********************2 DataSanitization
[
Exit
1
2
In the Security menu, press U or V to select Data Security.
Press [OK]. The Data Security menu screen appears.
]
HDD Initializ. (Hard Disk Initialization)
This is to change the Security Password and initialize on HDD.
• Data Overwrite (data overwrite setting)...6-95
• SecurityPassword (Change the Security Password)...6-95
• Initialization (Initialize on HDD)...6-96
Note The HDD Initializ. menu is used with the optional Data Security Kit (E). For details, refer to Data
Security Kit (E) Operation Guide.
SecurityPassword: a b
*
S
[
ABC
Text
1
In the Data Security menu, press U or V to select HDD
Initializ..
2
Press [OK]. The SecurityPassword input menu screen appears.
3
Enter the Security Password using the numeric keys.
]
Note The initial setting for the Security Password is
"000000". For details on entering characters, refer to
Character Entry Method on page A-6.
HDD Initializ.:
a b
1
Data Overwrite
********************2 Security Passwd
3 Initialization
[ Exit
]
4
Press [OK]. If the Security Password entered is correct, the HDD
Initializ. menu screen appears. If the Security Password
entered was not correct, Incorrect password is displayed and
the SecurityPassword screen reappears. Enter the correct Security
Password.
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Data Overwrite (data overwrite setting)
Set the method for erasing the printed data from the machine's hard disk after printing is finished.
Data Overwrite:
a b
1
*Once Overwrite
********************2 3-time Overwrite
1
In the HDD Initializ. menu, press U or V to select Data
Overwrite.
2
Press [OK]. The Data Overwrite menu screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the Data Overwrite setting.
Press [OK]. Data Overwrite is set and you return to the HDD
initialization menu.
SecurityPassword (Change the Security Password)
Change the Security Password.
New Password:
*
[
a b
1
In the HDD Initializ. menu, press U or V to select Security
Passwd.
2
Press [OK]. The New Password input menu screen appears.
3
Enter the new Security Password using the numeric keys.
S
ABC
Text
]
Note The Security Password must be between 6 and 16
characters. For details on entering characters, refer to
Character Entry Method on page A-6.
Confirm Password: a b
*
S
[
ABC
Text
4
Press [OK]. The Confirm Password input menu screen appears.
5
To confirm, re-enter the security password to be registered. Enter the
new Security Password using the numeric keys.
6
Press [OK]. If the Security Password entered matches then the
password is changed to the new password and the HDD
Initializ. menu reappears.
]
If the password does not match, Incorrect password is displayed
and the New Password screen reappears. Enter again from the new
Security Password.
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Initialization (Initialize on HDD)
Overwrite all the data stored in the HDD when disposing of the printer.
IMPORTANT If you accidentally turn the power switch off during initialization, the HDD might possibly crash or
initialization might fail.
System Initialization
will start.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
Completed.
Turn the main power
switch off.
1
In the HDD Initializ. menu, press U or V to select
Initialization.
2
3
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). Initialization starts.
If you do not wish to initialize, press [No] ([Right Select]). The HDD
Initializ. menu reappears.
]
4
When the initialization is finished Completed. is displayed. Press
[OK] ([Right Select]) and turn the power switch off.
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DataSanitization (Sanitizing the stored data)
This is to completely delete the address information registered on the machine and the stored image data .
IMPORTANT About 8 hours are required to complete this processing, depending on the amount of data. Once
started, the processing cannot be canceled.
Before performing this task, disconnect the modular cable, network cable, and any other cables.
Do not turn off the main power during sanitization. If the main power is turned off, sanitization will automatically resume
when the power is turned on, but complete sanitization cannot be guaranteed.
The data deleted is as listed below.
• Job settings
• Machine settings (Network settings)
• Certificates
• User settings (user lists, document boxes)
• Machine administration (job logs, job accounting)
Note It is possible to check the status of data sanitization implementation on the Status page. For details, refer to
Status Page (Printing a printer's status page) on page 6-4.
Sanitize the data.
Are you sure?
* This process will
take a while.
[ Yes
] [
No
]
Sanitize the data.
Main Memory :Complet
Internal Mem.:Complet
[
OK
1
In the Data Security menu, press U or V to select
DataSanitization.
2
Press [OK]. A confirmation message is displayed.
3
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The message Sanitizing the
data. appears and the data sanitization begins.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Data Security
menu without sanitizing the data.
4
When the data sanitization is finished "Complet" is displayed. Press
[OK] ([Right Select]) and turn the power switch off.
Note It is possible to check the result of data sanitization on
the Status page. For details, refer to Status Page (Printing a
printer's status page) on page 6-4.
]
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Operation Panel
User/Job Account (User Login Setting/Job Account setting)
It is possible to set User Login Administration and Job Accounting on this machine.
User/ Job Account has the following items.
• User Login Set. (User login setting)...6-98
• Job Account.Set. (Job Account setting)...6-110
User Login Set. (User login setting)
User Login Administration is a function which makes it possible to specify the users who can use the machine and to
manage the users. If the login user name and password entered match those already registered then the user is
authenticated and can log in to the machine.
Users are classified into "User," "Administrator" or "DeviceAdmin," depending on their authority. The setting of security
levels can only be done by DeviceAdmin.
The authentication for this machine uses a network authentication server. The registration of users is done on the server.
In the local user list for the machine, 2 users with administrator authority and 2 users with device administrator authority are
registered. To change the administrator information, refer to Local User List on page 6-102.
When the optional Card Authentication Kit is activated, it is possible to log in using an IC card.
First User Login Administration
Follow these steps for the first user login administration.
Enable user login administration. (page 6-100)
▼
Log out. (page 6-108)
▼
The registered user logs in for operations. (page 6-108)
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
]
1
2
3
Press [Menu].
Press U or V to select User/Job Account.
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the User/Job Account menu screen
is displayed.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
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Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
4
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
5
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
User/Job Account: a b
1
User Login Set.
********************2 Job Account.Set.
Exit
Exit
7
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
8
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
9
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the User/Job Account menu
screen appears.
]
User Login Set.: a b
1 User Login
********************2 Local User List
[
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
[
6
10 Press U or V to select User Login Set..
11 Press [OK]. The User Login Set. menu appears.
]
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Operation Panel
User Login
This switches the User Login Administration On/Off and sets the authentication network server.
User Login:
a b
1
Login Type
********************-
[
Exit
1
2
In the User Login Set. menu, press U or V to select User Login.
Press [OK]. The User Login menu screen appears.
]
Login Type (Enabling of User Login Administration)
Select Netwk Authentic. to enable User Login Administration.
Login Type:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 Netwk Authentic.
1
2
In the User Login menu, press U or V to select Login Type.
3
4
Press U or V to select Netwk Authentic. or Off.
Press [OK]. The Login Type screen appears.
Press [OK]. The User Login menu reappears.
Note When Netwk Authentic. is selected, set the
network authentication server.
Netwk Auth. Set (Netwk authentication setting)
Set the network authentication server.
Note These settings are only displayed when Netwk Authentic. has been set as the Login Type (Enabling of
User Login Administration) on page 6-100.
Netwk Auth. Set: a b
1
Server Type
********************2 Host Name
3 Domain Name
[ Exit
]
1
In the User Login menu, press U or V to select Netwk Auth. Set.
2
Press [OK]. The Netwk Auth. Set menu screen appears.
The options available in Netwk Auth. Set are as follows:
• Server Type (Server type selection)...6-101
• Host Name (Entering of Host Name)...6-101
• Port (Port number setting)...6-101
• Domain Name (Entering of Domain Name)...6-102
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Operation Panel
Server Type (Server type selection)
• Select the type of server for the authentication server.
Server Type:
a b
1 NTLM
2
*Kerberos
********************3 Ext.
1
In the Netwk Auth. Set menu, press U or V to select Server
Type.
2
Press [OK]. The Server Type. Set screen appears.
The available server types are as follows:
NTLM
Kerberos
Ext.
3
4
Press U or V to select the desired server type.
Press [OK]. The server type is set and the Netwk Auth. Set menu
reappears.
Host Name (Entering of Host Name)
Enter the Host Name for the authentication server.
a b
Host Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
In the Netwk Auth. Set menu, press U or V to select Host Name.
2
3
Press [OK]. The Host Name screen appears.
Enter the Host Name using the numeric keys.
Note Up to 64 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
]
4
Press [OK]. Register the Host Name and the Netwk Auth. Set
menu reappears.
Port (Port number setting)
Set the Port number for the authentication server.
Note This setting is only displayed when Ext. has been set as the Server Type (Server type selection) on page 6101.
Port:
a b
1
2
In the Netwk Auth. Set menu, press U or V to select Port.
3
Enter the Port number with the numeric keys.
Press [OK]. The Port screen appears.
9093S
/******************[ Login
]
Note If the Port is registered as a blank field, the default Port
number will be enabled.
4
Press [OK]. Register the Port number and the Netwk Auth. Set
menu reappears.
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Domain Name (Entering of Domain Name)
Enter the Domain Name for the authentication server.
Note This setting is only displayed when NTLM or Kerberos has been set as the Server Type (Server type
selection) on page 6-101.
a b
Domain Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
In the Netwk Auth. Set menu, press U or V to select Domain
Name.
2
Press [OK]. The Domain Name screen appears.
3
Enter the Domain Name using the numeric keys.
]
Note Up to 256 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
4
Press [OK]. Register the Domain Name and the Netwk Auth. Set
menu reappears.
Local User List
User information registered in the machine can be viewed and changed.
In the local user list for the machine, 1 user with administrator authority and 1 user with device administrator authority are
registered.
Each user's properties are:
Machine Administrator
Administrator
User Name:
DeviceAdmin
User Name:
Admin
Login User Name:
FS-C8650DN: 5500
Login User Name:
Admin
Login Password:
FS-C8650DN: 5500
Login Password:
Admin
Access Level:
Machine Administrator
Access Level:
Administrator
Use the procedure below to change the details registered.
Note Log in as DeviceAdmin to change the administrator information. When logged in as Admin., it is only possible
to check the administrator information.
Local User List: a b
l
Admin
********************l DeviceAdmin
1
2
3
In the User Login Set. menu, press U or V to select Local User List.
Press [OK]. The Local User List screen appears.
Press U or V to select the administrator to change.
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P b
1/ 5
Detail:
User Name:
Admin
4
Press [OK]. The detailed information for the user is displayed.
5
Press Y or Z to select Login User Name.
6
Pressing [Edit] ([Right Select]). The screen for editing the Login
User Name appears.
7
Change the Login User Name with the numeric keys and press [OK].
The Login User Name screen reappears.
To change the Login User Name
Detail:
P b
Login User Name: 2/ 5
Admin
[
Edit
a b
Login User Name:
Admin*
[
]
ABC
Text
]
Note Up to 32 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
To change the Login Password
Detail:
Login Password:
zzzzzzzzzz
[
P b
3/ 5
Edit
[
ABC
Text
Press Y or Z to select Login Password.
9
Pressing [Edit] ([Right Select]). The New Password screen
appears.
]
a b
New Password:
*
8
]
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Confirm Password: a b
*
[
ABC
Text
10
Enter the new password with the numeric keys and press [OK]. The
Confirm Password screen reappears.
Note Up to 64 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
]
11
To confirm, re-enter the password to be registered. Enter the
Password using the numeric keys.
12
Press [OK]. If the Password matches then the password is changed
to the new one and the Login Password screen reappears.
If the password does not match, Incorrect password is displayed
and the New Password screen reappears. Enter again from the new
Password.
To change the E-mail Address
Detail:
P b
p E-mailAddress: 4/ 5
[
Edit
[
ABC
Text
Press Y or Z to select E-mailAddress.
14
Pressing [Edit] ([Right Select]). The Address Entry screen
appears.
15
Change the address with the numeric keys and press [OK]. The EmailAddress screen reappears.
]
a b
Address Entry:
*
13
]
Note Up to 128 characters can be entered. For details on
entering characters, refer to Character Entry Method on page
A-6.
To change the Account ID
Note This item is only displayed when Job Account is set.
Detail:
Account ID:
k OTHER
a b
5/ 5
16
Press Y or Z to select Account ID.
[ Change ]
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Operation Panel
Account ID:
a b
k
341736
********************k OTHER
17
Pressing [Change] ([Right Select]). The Account ID screen
appears.
18
Press U or V to select the Account ID and press [OK]. The Account
ID screen reappears.
Note For other accounts, select OTHER.
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Operation Panel
ID Card Setting
This sets the login method when the optional Card Authentication Kit is used and users are managed using ID cards.
Note This item is only displayed when the optional Card Authentication Kit is activated. For details of the Card
Authentication Kit, refer to Card Authentication Kit (B) Operation Guide for Printer.
ID Card Setting: a b
1
Key Login
********************2 Password Login
1
In the User Login Set. menu, press U or V to select ID Card
Setting.
2
Press [OK]. The ID Card Setting menu screen appears.
The options available in ID Card Setting are as follows:
• Key Login (Setting for key login permission)...6-106
• Password Login (Password Login setting)...6-106
[
Exit
]
Key Login (Setting for key login permission)
This setting also permits logging in using the numeric keys on the ID card login screen. When Permit is set, KeyLogin is
displayed on the login screen and it is possible to log in by entering the Login User Name and Login Password using the
numeric keys. When Prohibit is set, it is not possible to log in using the numeric keys.
Key Login:
a b
1
*Permit
********************2 Prohibit
1
2
In the ID Card Setting menu, press U or V to select Key Login.
3
4
Press U or V to select Permit or Prohibit.
Press [OK]. The Key Login screen appears.
Press [OK]. Set the Key Login and the The ID Card Setting menu
reappears.
Password Login (Password Login setting)
This sets whether or not to require the entry of a Login Password after authentication using an ID card. When set to On, the
Login Password entry screen is displayed after the ID card is authenticated.
Password Login:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
In the ID Card Setting menu, press U or V to select Password
Login.
2
Press [OK]. The Password Login screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select Off or On.
Press [OK]. Set the Password Login and the The ID Card Setting
menu reappears.
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Operation Panel
NW User Property (Obtain the network user property)
This setting is to acquire user information from the LDAP server.
Note This setting is only displayed when Netwk Authentic. has been set as the Login Type (Enabling of User
Login Administration) on page 6-100 and NTLM or Kerberos has been set as the Server Type (Server type
selection) on page 6-101.
NW User Property: a b
1
Off/On
********************2 Authenticat Type
[
Exit
1
In the User Login Set. menu, press U or V to select NW User
Property.
2
Press [OK]. The NW User Property menu screen appears.
The options available in NW User Property are as follows:
•
•
]
Off/On (Switching network user property
acquisition On/Off)...6-107
Authenticat Type (Authenticat type setting)...6-107
Note Authenticat Type is only displayed when
Kerberos has been set as the Server Type (Server type
selection) on page 6-101.
Off/On (Switching network user property acquisition On/Off)
Set the NW User Property to On/Off.
Off/On:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
********************-
1
In the NW User Property menu, press U or V to select Off/On.
2
Press [OK]. The Off/On screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select On or Off.
1
In the NW User Property menu, press U or V to select
Authenticat Type.
2
Press [OK]. The Authenticat Type screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select Simple or SASL.
Press [OK]. Set the NW User Property and the The NW User
Property menu reappears.
Authenticat Type (Authenticat type setting)
Set the authentication method.
Authenticat Type: a b
1
*Simple
********************2 SASL
Press [OK]. Set the Authenticat Type and the The NW User Property
menu reappears.
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Operation Panel
Login/Logout
Once you enable user login administration, a login user name and password entry screen appears each time you use this
machine. Enter the user information registered on the network authentication server as the login user name and password.
Register new users from the KYOCERA Net Policy Manager. For details, refer to the KYOCERA Net Policy Manager User
Guide.
Login
Use the procedure below to login.
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Menu
] [ Login
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
[
ABC
Text
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The Login
User Name entry screen is displayed.
2
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
a b
Note For details on entering characters, refer to Character
Entry Method on page A-6.
]
Login User Name: O b
User 1
Login Password:
/******************[ Menu ] [ Login ]
Login Password:
*
1
a b
3
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
4
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
5
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].The
login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
User 1
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Menu ] [ Login ]
Note For details on entering characters, refer to Character
Entry Method on page A-6.
6
Check that the correct login user name and password have been
entered then press [Login] ([Right Select]).
Note When Job Accounting is set, it is possible to press
[Menu] ([Left Select]) then select Counter on the menu
displayed and press [OK] to see the number of pages printed
and read.
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Operation Panel
Logout
When the operations are finished, press [Logout].The login screen reappears.
Auto Logout
Logout is automatically executed in the following cases:
• When the power supply is cut
• When auto sleep is activated
• When auto panel reset is activated
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Operation Panel
Job Account.Set. (Job Account setting)
Job Accounting is a function that allows the number of pages used by each department to be managed through the use of
entered account IDs. To specify the Job Accounting settings, it is necessary to log in with an administrator's Login User
Name and Login Password. For details of User Login Administration, refer to User Login Set. (User login setting) on page
6-98.
Job accounting on this machine offers the following features:
• Support for up to 100 departments
• Account IDs up to 8 digits long from 1 to 99999999
• Collective print management for the same account ID
• Totaling of the number of pages used for each department
• Specifiable limits (1 to 9,999,999) on the number of pages used
The options available in the Job Account.Set menu are as follows:
• Job Accounting (Job Accounting settings)...6-112
• Account. Report (Account report printing)...6-112
• Each Job Account (Totals display by account)...6-112
• Account. List (Account List operation)...6-114
• Apply Limit (Operation settings when limits are exceeded)...6-118
• Unknown ID Job (Operation settings for unknown account IDs)...6-118
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
]
1
2
3
Press [Menu].
Press U or V to select User/Job Account.
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the User/Job Account menu screen
is displayed.
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
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Operation Panel
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
4
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
5
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
User/Job Account: a b
1
User Login Set.
********************2 Job Account.Set.
Exit
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
7
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
8
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
[
6
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
9
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the User/Job Account menu
screen appears.
10
11
Press U or V to select Job Account.Set..
]
Job Account.Set.: a b
1
Job Accounting
********************2 Account. Report
2 Each Job Account
[ Exit
]
Press [OK]. The Job Account.Set. menu appears.
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Operation Panel
Job Accounting (Job Accounting settings)
This allows you to turn the Job Accounting function On and Off.
Job Accounting:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
1
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select Job
Accounting.
2
Press [OK]. The Job Accounting screen appears.
3
Press U or V to select On or Off and then press [OK]. The Job
Account.Set. menu reappears.
Account. Report (Account report printing)
This enables you to print the total number of pages for all accounts as a Job Accounting list.
Print.
Are you sure?
z Account. Report
[
Yes
] [
No
1
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select
Account. Report.
2
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). Accepted. appears and the printer
prints the job accounting list.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Job Account.Set.
menu without printing the job accounting list.
]
Each Job Account (Totals display by account)
Displays the number of pages printed for each of the currently selected accounts.
This enables you to check the following numbers for printed pages:
• Total
• Color
• Black & White
• Combine (None)
• Combine (2in1)
• Combine (4in1)
• Duplex (1side)
• Duplex (2side)
Note Before carrying out this operation, register the Account in the Account. List (Account List operation) on page
6-114.
Each Job Account: a b
k
341736
********************k 00923022
k 12345678
1
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select Each
Job Account.
2
Press [OK]. The Each Job Account menu appears with the
accounts with the highest numbers listed first.
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Operation Panel
k 341736:
a b
1
Printed
Pages
********************2 Counter Reset
O b
Printed Pages:
Total
300000
Color
200000
Black & White
100000
3
Press U or V to select an account and then press [OK]. The
Printed Pages/Counter Reset menu screen appears.
4
5
Press U or V to select Printed Pages.
6
7
Press U or V to check the required counter display.
Press [OK]. The Printed Pages menu list screen appears.
Press [OK]. The Printed Pages/Counter Reset menu screen
reappears.
Each Job Account Counter Reset (Totals reset by account)
Resets the number of pages printed for each of the accounts currently set.
Note Before carrying out this operation, register the Account in the Account. List (Account List operation) on page
6-114.
Each Job Account: a b
k
341736
********************k 00923022
k 12345678
k 341736:
a b
1
Printed
Pages
********************2 Counter Reset
Reset counter.
Are you sure?
z k 341736
[
Yes
] [
1
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select Each
Job Account.
2
Press [OK]. The Each Job Account menu appears with the
accounts with the highest numbers listed first.
3
Press U or V to select an account and then press [OK]. The
Printed Pages/Counter Reset menu screen appears.
4
5
Press U or V to select Counter Reset.
Press [OK]. The reset confirmation menu screen appears.
To proceed with resetting the counter, press [Yes] ([Left Select]).
Completed. appears, the counter is reset and the Printed
Pages/Counter Reset menu reappears.
No
]
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Printed Pages/
Counter Reset menu screen without resetting the counter.
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Operation Panel
Account. List (Account List operation)
This specifies the setting for the department to be used for setting Job Accounting.
Add (Account registration)
Use this procedure to add a new account.
Note Because account IDs are managed as numeric strings, "1" and "001" are handled as different accounts.
Also, once Job Accounting is enabled, no jobs are printed unless information is attached showing the accounts from
which the jobs are being printed.
Account. List:
a b
k
1228
********************k 00122
k 3485739
[ Add
]
Account ID:
P b
1
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select
Account. List.
2
Press [OK]. The Account. List menu appears showing a list of
the registered accounts in ascending order.
3
Press [Add] ([Right Select]). The Account ID menu screen
appears.
4
5
Use the numeric keys to enter the account ID to be added.
1228
S
/******************-
k 1230:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
********************2 Delete
3 Exit
Press [OK]. Once the account has been added, a list of selection
options appears.
This message appears if the account ID has already been registered.
This account ID is
already registered.
Detail/Edit (Checking/editing registered account ID settings)
This procedure allows you to check or edit registered accounts.
Account. List:
a b
k
1228
********************k 00122
k 3485739
[ Add
]
1
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select
Account. List.
2
Press [OK]. The Account. List menu appears showing a list of
the registered accounts in ascending order.
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k 1228:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
********************2 Delete
3 Exit
a b
Detail/Edit:
1
Account
ID
********************2 Print Restrict.
Account ID:
P b
3
Press U or V to select an account to check or edit and then press
[OK]. A list of selection options appears.
4
Press U or V to select Detail/Edit and then press [OK]. The
Detail/Edit menu screen appears.
5
To edit an account ID, press U or V to select Account ID and then
press [OK]. The Account ID menu screen appears.
6
7
Use the numeric keys to enter the new account ID.
1228
S
/******************-
Detail/Edit:
a b
1
Account ID
********************2 Restrict.(Total)
3 Limit(Total)
This message appears if the account ID has already been registered.
This account ID is
already registered.
Restrict.(Total): a b
1
*Off
********************2 Counter Limit
3 Reject Usage
Press [OK]. When account ID editing ends, you are returned to the
Detail/Edit menu.
8
To place printing restrictions on this account, press U or V to select
Print Restrict. and then press [OK].
The Print Restrict. screen appears.
• Off
• Counter Limit
• Reject Usage
Detail/Edit:
a b
1
Account ID
********************2 Restrict.(Total)
3 Limit(Total)
9
Press U or V to select a setting and then press [OK]. When the
setting has been completed, the Detail/Edit menu screen
appears.
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Operation Panel
Limit(Total):
a b
(1 - 9999999)
/1000000-pages
M
Detail/Edit:
a b
1
Account ID
********************2 Restrict.(Total)
3 Restrict.(Color)
Restrict.(Color): a b
1
*Off
********************2 Counter Limit
3 Reject Usage
10
When Counter Limit is set for Restrict.(Total) in step 9, set
the limit on the total number of pages that can be printed using this
account. Press U or V to select Limit(Total) and then press
[OK]. The Limit(Total) menu screen appears.
IMPORTANT Limit(Total) is displayed when Counter Limit
is set for Restrict.(Total).
11
Use the numeric keys to enter the limit you want to set for this
account.
After you have entered the limit on the number of pages, press [OK].
The setting is stored and the Detail/Edit menu reappears.
12
To place color printing restrictions on this account, press U or V to
select Restrict.(Color) and then press [OK]. The
Restrict.(Color)screen appears.
• Off
• Counter Limit
• Reject Usage
Detail/Edit:
a b
1
Account ID
********************2 Restrict.(Total)
3 Restrict.(Color)
Limit(Color):
a b
(1 - 9999999)
/1000000-pages
M
Detail/Edit:
a b
1
Account ID
********************2 Restrict.(Total)
3 Restrict.(Color)
13
Press U or V to select a setting and then press [OK]. When the
setting has been completed, the Detail/Edit menu screen
appears.
14
When Counter Limit is set for Restrict.(Color) in step 13,
set the limit on the total number of color pages that can be printed
using this account. Press U or V to select Limit(Color) and then
press [OK]. The Limit(Color)screen appears.
IMPORTANT Limit(Color) is displayed when Counter Limit
is set for Restrict.(Color).
15
Use the numeric keys to enter the color printing limit you want to set
for this account.
After you have entered the limit on the number of pages, press [OK].
The setting is stored and the Detail/Edit menu reappears.
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Delete (Deleting registered accounts)
You can use this procedure to delete a registered account ID.
Account. List:
a b
k
1228
********************k 00122
k 3485739
[ Add
]
k 1228:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
********************2 Delete
3 Exit
Delete.
Are you sure?
z k 1228
[
Yes
] [
No
Add
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select
Account. List.
2
Press [OK]. The Account. List menu appears showing a list of
the registered accounts in ascending order.
3
4
Press U or V to select the ID of the account to be deleted.
5
Press U or V to select Delete and then press [OK]. A confirmation
screen appears.
6
To proceed with deleting the account, press [Yes] ([Left Select]).
Completed. appears and the account is deleted. The Once deleting
of the account ends, the Account. List screen reappears.
Press [OK]. A list of selection options appears.
]
Account. List:
a b
k
00122
********************k 3485739
[
1
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Account. List
menu screen without deleting the account.
]
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Apply Limit (Operation settings when limits are exceeded)
Use this to specify the action taken when a department exceeds its printing limits.
Apply Limit:
a b
1 Immediately
2 *Subsequently
********************-
Job Account.Set.:a b
4
Account. List
********************5 Apply Limit
6 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
1
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select
Apply Limit.
2
Press [OK]. The Apply Limit screen appears.
• Immediately (prohibit printing from this job onwards)
• Subsequently (prohibit printing from the next job onwards)
3
Press U or V to select a setting and then press [OK]. The Job
Account.Set. selection menu list reappears.
Unknown ID Job (Operation settings for unknown account IDs)
Use this procedure to specify whether print jobs from departments with unknown account IDs are permitted.
a b
Unknown ID Job:
1
*Reject
********************2 Permit
Job Account.Set.:a b
4
Account. List
********************5 Apply Limit
6 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
1
In the Job Account.Set. selection menu, press U or V to select
Unknown ID Job.
2
Press [OK]. The Unknown ID Job screen appears.
• Reject (Not printed)
• Permit (Printed)
3
Press U or V to select a setting and then press [OK]. The Job
Account.Set. selection menu list reappears.
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Adjust/Maint. (Adjust/Maintenance selection/setting)
Adjust/Maintenance is used to adjust the print quality and to carry out printer maintenance.
The options available in Adjust/Maintenance are as follows:
• ColorCalib.Cycle (Automatic color adjustment cycle setting)...6-119
• ColorCalibration...6-120
• Color Regist. (Color registration [Standard])...6-120
• Color Regist. (Color registration [Detailed])...6-123
• Restart (Restart Printer)...6-127
• Service Setting (for Maintenance)...6-128
IMPORTANT Service Setting is primarily a menu used by service personnel for maintenance work. There is no
need for customers to use this menu.
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
ColorCalib.Cycle
********************2 ColorCalibration
3 Color Regist.
[ Exit
]
1
2
3
Press [Menu].
Press U or V to select Adjust/Maint..
Press [OK]. The Adjust/Maint. menu appears showing a list of
available options.
ColorCalib.Cycle (Automatic color adjustment cycle setting)
The cycle for automatic execution of color calibration can be selected. The following cycles can be set:
Auto
Automatic judging and adjustment.
Short
Gives priority to image quality. The color adjustment cycle is shorter
than Standard.
Standard
Gives equal priority to image quality and printing processing.
Long
Gives priority to printing processing. The color adjustment cycle is
longer than Standard.
ColorCalib.Cycle:a b
1
*Auto
********************2 Short
3 Standard
[ Exit
]
1
In the Adjust/Maint. menu screen, press U or V to select
ColorCalib.Cycle.
2
Press [OK]. The ColorCalib.Cycle screen appears.
3
4
Press U or V to select the color adjustment cycle.
Press [OK]. The color adjustment cycle is set and the Adjust/
Maint. menu screen reappears.
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ColorCalibration
This printer contains a calibration function that automatically makes adjustments to compensate for changes that occur over
time due to variations in the ambient temperature and humidity. So that the highest quality color printing can be maintained,
this color calibration operation is carried out automatically each time the power to the printer is turned on. The color
calibration operation may be carried out automatically during recovery from the Auto Sleep or during printing.
1
In the Adjust/Maint. menu screen, press U or V to select
ColorCalibration.
2
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
Start the color
calibration.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). Color calibration is carried out, after
which you return to the standby screen.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Adjust/Maint.
menu without carrying out color calibration.
]
Color Regist. (Color registration [Standard])
When using the printer for the first time after set-up or after having moved it, or if printout of any color (magenta, cyan or
yellow) is skewed, use this mode to correct the color registration on the operation panel.
The options available in Registration Normal (Color registration [standard]) are as follows:
• Print Chart (Printing the color registration correction chart)
• Adjust Magenta (Magenta correction)
• Adjust Cyan (Cyan correction)
• Adjust Yellow (Yellow correction)
Print Chart (Printing the color registration correction chart)
You can use this option to print a color registration correction chart for use in correcting the color registration.
Color Regist.:
a b
1
Normal
********************2 Detail
[
Exit
1
In the Adjust/Maint. menu screen, press U or V to select Color
Regist..
2
Press [OK]. The Color Regist. menu screen appears.
Press [Exit] ([Right Select]) to return to the standby screen.
]
Normal:
a b
1
Print Chart
********************2 Adjust Magenta
3 Adjust Cyan
[ Exit
]
3
Press U or V to select Normal.
4
Press [OK]. The Color Regist. Normal menu screen appears.
Press [Exit] ([Right Select]) to return to the standby screen.
5
Press U or V to select Print Chart.
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6
Print.
Are you sure?
z Registration chart
[
Yes
] [
No
]
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
If Job Accounting is enabled, enter the account ID in the login screen
that appears. A confirmation screen appears after login.
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). A confirmation screen appears.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Color Regist.
Normal menu screen without printing the registration chart.
The printed chart is the color registration correction chart shown on the next page.
The printed color registration correction chart includes front (F), vertical (V) and rear (R) registration charts for each color
(cyan, magenta and yellow).
Sample Color Registration Correction Chart [Normal]
Color Registration Correction Chart
MH-F
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
CH-F
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
YH-F
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
MV
I
G
E
C
A
1
3
5
7
9
H
F
D
B
0
2
4
6
8
I
G
E
C
A
1
3
5
7
9
H
F
D
B
0
2
4
6
8
I
G
E
C
A
1
3
5
7
9
H
F
D
B
0
2
4
6
8
MH-R
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
CV
CH-R
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
YV
YH-R
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
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Adjust Magenta (Magenta correction)
Corrects the registration for magenta (red).
Color Regist.:
a b
1
Normal
********************2 Detail
[
Exit
a b
Adjust Magenta:
(I - A, 0 - 9)
2
Press [OK]. The Color Regist. menu screen appears.
Press [Exit] ([Right Select]) to return to the standby screen.
3
Press U or V to select Normal.
4
Press [OK]. The Color Regist. Normal menu screen appears.
Press [Exit] ([Right Select]) to return to the standby screen.
5
Press U or V to select Adjust Magenta.
6
Press [OK]. The Adjust Magenta screen appears.
0 is displayed for the H-F, V and H-R values and the cursor (_)
flashes under the F value.
H-R: 0
Adjust Magenta:
ab
(I - A, 0 - 9)
B V: 0
H-F:/*-
In the Adjust/Maint. menu screen, press U or V to select Color
Regist..
]
a b
Normal:
1
Print Chart
********************2 Adjust Magenta
3 Adjust Cyan
[ Exit
]
H-F:/0- V: 0
1
7
In the F chart for magenta printed in Print Chart above, note the
values where the lines are closest to forming a single straight line.
This would be B in this figure.
8
Press U or V until that value is displayed.
9
Press Y or Z to move the cursor right or left.
H-R: 0
Using the same procedure as for the H-F value, display the V and HR values identified in the color registration correction chart.
When you have completed all the values, press [OK].
The setting is saved and you are returned to the Color Regist.
Normal menu screen.
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Adjust Cyan (Cyan correction) and Adjust Yellow (Yellow correction)
These options correct the registration for cyan (blue) and yellow.
Adjust Cyan:
ab
(I - A, 0 - 9)
H-F:/0- V: 0
1
In the Color Regist. Normal menu screen, press U or V to select
Adjust Cyan or Adjust Yellow.
2
Press [OK]. The Adjust Cyan or Adjust Yellow screen appears.
H-R: 0
Adjust Yellow:
ab
(I - A, 0 - 9)
H-F:/0- V: 0
H-R: 0
Using the same procedure as for magenta, identify the cyan and yellow
values in the color registration correction chart and set them in the printer.
Note As confirmation, try printing the color registration correction
chart again. If the section where the lines most closely coincide
as a single straight line is not 0, redo the adjustment again from
Magenta.
IMPORTANT If the problem of skewed-color printout still persists
even after correcting the color registration, call for service.
Color Regist. (Color registration [Detailed])
This allows you to make fine horizontal and vertical adjustments to the color registration corrections.
The options available in Color Regist. Details (Color registration [detailed]) are as follows:
• Print Chart (Printing the color registration correction chart)
• Adjust Magenta (Magenta correction)
• Adjust cyan (Cyan correction)
• Adjust yellow (Yellow correction)
Print Chart (Printing the color registration correction chart)
You can use this option to print a color registration correction chart for use in correcting the color registration.
Color Regist.:
a b
1
Normal
********************2 Detail
[
Exit
1
In the Adjust/Maint. menu screen, press U or V to select Color
Regist..
2
Press [OK]. The Color Regist. menu screen appears.
Press [Exit] ([Right Select]) to return to the standby screen.
]
3
Press U or V to select Detail.
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Normal:
a b
1
Print
Chart
********************2 Adjust Magenta
3 Adjust Cyan
[ Exit
]
Print.
Are you sure?
z Registration chart
[
Yes
] [
No
4
Press [OK]. The Color Regist. Detail menu screen appears.
Press [Exit] ([Right Select]) to return to the standby screen.
5
Press U or V to select Print Chart.
6
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). Completed appears and printing
begins.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Color Regist.
Detail menu screen without printing the registration chart.
]
If Job Accounting is enabled, a confirmation screen appears after
department login.
If Job Accounting is enabled, also enter the account ID.
The printed chart is the color registration correction chart shown on the next page.
There are H-1 to H-7 (upper part) and V-1 to V-5 (lower part) registration charts for each color (cyan, magenta and yellow)
included on the color registration correction chart.
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Sample Color Registration Correction Chart [Detail]
Adjust Magenta (Magenta correction)
Makes detailed corrections to the registration for magenta (red).
Color Regist.:
a b
1
Normal
********************2 Detail
[
Exit
1
In the Adjust/Maint. menu screen, press U or V to select Color
Regist..
2
Press [OK]. The Color Regist. menu screen appears.
Press [Exit] ([Right Select]) to return to the standby screen.
]
Normal:
a b
1
Print
Chart
********************2 Adjust Magenta
3 Adjust Cyan
[ Exit
]
3
Press U or V to select Detail.
4
Press [OK]. The Color Regist. Detail menu screen appears.
Press [Exit] ([Right Select]) to return to the standby screen.
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Adjust Magenta:
a b
(I - A, 0 - 9)
H-1:/0-H-2: 0 H-3: 0
H-4: 0 H-5: 0 H-6: 0
H-7: 0 V-3: 0
5
Press U or V to select Adjust Magenta.
6
Press [OK]. The Adjust Magenta screen appears.
Values corrected are H-1, H-2, H-3, H-4, H-5, H-6, H-7, V-3.
7
In the H and V charts for magenta printed in Print Chart above, note
the values where the lines are closest to forming a single straight line.
This would be B in this figure.
Adjust Magenta:
a b
(I - A, 0 - 9)
H-1:/*-H-2:
0 H-3: 0
B
H-4: 0 H-5: 0 H-6: 0
H-7: 0 V-3: 0
8
Press U or V until that value is displayed.
9
Press Y or Z to move the cursor right or left.
Using the same procedure as for the H-1 value, display the other
values identified in the color registration correction chart. When you
have completed all the values, press [OK]. The setting is saved and
you are returned to the Color Regist. Detail menu screen.
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Adjust Cyan (Cyan correction) and Adjust Yellow (Yellow correction)
These options make detailed corrections to the registration for cyan (blue) and yellow.
Adjust Cyan:
a b
(I - A, 0 - 9)
H-1:/0-H-2: 0 H-3: 0
H-4: 0 H-5: 0 H-6: 0
H-7: 0 V-3: 0
1
In the Color Regist. Detail menu screen, press U or V to select
Adjust Cyan or Adjust Yellow.
2
Press [OK]. The Adjust Cyan or Adjust Yellow screen appears.
Adjust Yellow:
a b
(I - A, 0 - 9)
H-1:/0-H-2: 0 H-3: 0
H-4: 0 H-5: 0 H-6: 0
H-7: 0 V-3: 0
Using the same procedure as for magenta above, identify the cyan and
yellow values in the color registration correction chart and set them in the
printer.
Note As confirmation, try printing the color registration correction
chart again. If the section where the lines most closely coincide
as a single straight line is not 0, redo the adjustment again from
Magenta.
IMPORTANT If the problem of skewed-color printout still persists
even after correcting the color registration, call for service.
Restart (Restart Printer)
The procedure described below resets the printer’s temporary conditions, such as the current page orientation, font, etc.,
set by commands to their default values. Downloaded fonts and macros are deleted from the printer’s memory.
1
2
Restart.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
In the Adjust/Maint. menu screen, press U or V to select Restart..
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]). The printer is restarted.
Pressing [No] ([Right Select]) returns you to the Adjust/Maint.
menu screen without restarting the printer.
No
]
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Service Setting (for Maintenance)
IMPORTANT Service Setting is primarily a menu used by service personnel for maintenance work.
Item
Description
Value
Service Status
The service status page contains printer settings information that is more
detailed than the standard status page and is therefore mostly for service
purposes. However, there is a great deal of information on the service status
page that may be useful to you.
Yes, No
Network Status
The network status page contains detailed information on the network settings.
This is primarily used for maintenance by service personnel, but it contains
information that may also be useful to you.
Yes, No
Test Page
The test page is printed to check the effectiveness of printer adjustments. This is Yes, No
primarily used for maintenance by service personnel, but it contains information
that may also be useful to you.
DEV-CLN
This sets the refresh mode for the developer. When the printing quality declines, Yes, No
refreshing the developer can restore the printing quality.
Auto DrumRefresh An automatic drum refresh is sometimes carried out when the power supply is
switched on or when the machine recovers from sleep mode. In order to
maintain the image quality, the automatic drum refresh is implemented
automatically after observing the surrounding temperature and humidity.
Here, the time for carrying out the automatic drum refresh is set.
Off, Short,
Standard, Long
Drum
This sets the refresh mode for the drum. When the printing quality declines,
refreshing the drum can restore the printing quality. This is primarily used for
maintenance by service personnel.
Yes, No
LSU
This sets the cleaning mode for the LSU. When the printing quality declines,
cleaning the LSU can restore the printing quality.
Yes, No
Silent Mode
Make the machine run more quietly. Select this mode when the running noise is Off, On
uncomfortable. Use the procedure below to set Silent mode.
First Print Pos.
Using this function speeds up either of the first print time of black and white
printing or color printing by changing the default start position of the first print. In
addition, the machine can automatically detect the appropriate position
depending on your usage.
Standard,
Black & White
Priority, Color
Priority, Auto
Write Data
This writes data to USB memory.
Yes, No
Note This menu only appears when USB memory is inserted.
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Op Functions (Optional application settings)
You can use the optional applications installed on this machine.
Application
The applications listed below are installed on this machine.
You can use these applications for a limited period on a trial basis.
• DATA SECURITY (Data Security Kit(E))
• ID CARD (Card Authentication Kit(B))
• UG-33 (ThinPrint)
• UG-34 (Emulation)
Note Restrictions such as the number of times the application can be used during the trial period differ depending
on the application.
The option available in Op Functions menu are as follows:
• Starting Application Use...6-129
• Checking Application Details...6-132
Starting Application Use
Use the procedure below to start using an application.
Login User Name: O b
/******************Login Password:
[ Login
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
2
3
Press U or V to select Op Functions.
Press [OK]. The Login screen appears.
Note When user login administration is set:
• When logged in as an administrator, the log in screen is
not displayed and the Op Functions menu screen is
displayed.
]
a b
Press [Menu].
• The setting is not possible when logged in as anyone other
than an administrator. Log in again as an administrator.
4
With the Login User Name entry field selected, press [OK]. The
Login User Name entry screen is displayed.
5
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric keys then press [OK].
The log in screen reappears.
]
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login User
Name is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
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Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
/******************[ Login ]
Login Password:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
6
Press U or V to select the Login Password entry field.
7
Press [OK]. The Login Password entry screen is displayed.
8
Enter the Login Password with the numeric keys then press [OK].
The login screen reappears.
]
Login User Name: O b
Admin
Login Password:
●●●●●●●●●●
/******************[ Login ]
a b
Op Functions:
1
ID CARD
********************2 UG-33
3 DATA SECURITY
[ Exit
]
a b
DATA SECURITY:
1
License On
********************2 Detail
Note The initial setting for the administrator's Login
Password is "Admin".
For details on entering characters, refer to Character Entry
Method on page A-6.
9
Pressing [Login] ([Right Select]). If the entered Login User Name
and Login Password are correct, the Op Functions menu appears.
10
11
Press U or V to select the desired application.
12
Press U or V to select License On.
Press [OK].
Note You can view detailed information on the selected
application by selecting Detail.
License On:
a b
1
Official
********************2 Trial
13
Press [OK].
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14
Press U or V to select Official.
Note To use the application as a trial, select Trial and
press [OK]. The confirmation screen is displayed so press
[Yes] ([Left Select]).
License key:
a b
(0000 - 9999)
/0000- - 0000 -
15
Press [OK].
16
Enter the License key using the numeric keys.
Note Some applications do not require you to enter a
license key.
License key:
a b
(0000 - 9999)
1234 - /5678- -
17
Press [OK].
18
When the confirmation screen appears, press [Yes] ([Left Select]).
IMPORTANT If you change the date/time while using an application,
you will no longer be able to use the application.
Note If a message prompting a restart is displayed after
changes have been made then obey the message and switch
the machine OFF and ON again.
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Checking Application Details
Use the procedure below to check the details of an application.
DATA SECURITY:
a b
1
License On
********************2 Detail
Detail:
Function Name:
DATA SECURITY
P b
1
In the Op Functions menu, press U or V to select the application
to check the details of.
2
Press [OK].
3
4
Press U or V to select Detail.
Press [OK]. You can now view detailed information on the selected
application.
1/ 4
[ Detail ]
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Shut down (Shutting down the machine)
Before switching off the machine’s power switch, follow the steps below.
CAUTION Before performing shutdown, make sure the data lamp is off.
Shut down.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
Completed.
Turn the main power
switch off.
1
2
3
Press [Menu].
4
Press [Yes] ([Left Select]).The display will show "Completed. Turn
the main power switch off." Switch off the main power switch.
Press U or V to select Shut down.
Press [OK]. A confirmation screen appears.
]
To return to the menu screen without performing shutdown, press
[No] ([Right Select]).
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7
Maintenance
This chapter contains explanations on the following topics:
Toner Container Replacement .............................................................................................................. 7-2
Waste Toner Box Replacement............................................................................................................. 7-5
Replacing Staples .................................................................................................................................. 7-8
Emptying the Punch Waste Box (Option) ..........................................................................................7-13
Cleaning................................................................................................................................................ 7-15
7-1
Maintenance
Toner Container Replacement
When toner runs low, Toner is running out appears in the message display. Make sure you have a new toner
container available for replacement.
When the message display shows Toner is empty., replace the toner.
Every time you replace the toner container, be sure to clean the parts as instructed below. Dirty parts may deteriorate output
quality.
Note
• For the toner container, always use a genuine toner container. Using a toner container that is not genuine
may cause image defects and product failure.
• The memory chip in the toner container of this product stores information necessary for improving
customer convenience, operation of the recycling system for used toner containers, and planning and
development of new products. The stored information does not include information that makes it possible to
identify individuals, and is only used anonymously for the above purposes.
CAUTION Do not attempt to incinerate the toner container or unit. Dangerous sparks may cause burns.
Installation procedures of the toner container is same for every color. The procedures here represent the yellow toner
container.
(Y) (C) (M) (K)
1
Open the front cover.
2
Turn the toner container release lever to the vertical position.
7-2
Maintenance
3
Remove the toner container and insert it into the provided plastic
disposal bag.
4
Remove the new toner container from the box.
5
Hold the toner container vertically and hit the upper part about 3
times. Invert the toner container so that the other end is up, and hit in
the same way.
6
Hold the toner container horizontally and shake from side to side
about 3 times.
7-3
Maintenance
7
Hold the toner container with both hands and gently push it all the way
in.
8
After pushing the toner container all the way in, turn the toner
container release lever to the horizontal position.
9
Close the front cover.
Note Return the exhausted toner container and waste toner box to your dealer or service representative. The
collected toner container and waste toner box will be recycled or disposed in accordance with the relevant
regulations
7-4
Maintenance
Waste Toner Box Replacement
When the message display shows Check waste toner box., immediately replace the waste toner box.
CAUTION Do not attempt to incinerate the toner container or unit. Dangerous sparks may cause burns.
1
Open the front cover.
2
Press the release key (1) and pull out the waste toner tray (2).
3
Close the cap and remove the old waste toner box diagonally upward.
7-5
Maintenance
4
Insert into the provided plastic disposal bag.
5
Gently remove the new waste toner box from its packaging and open
the cap.
6
Install a new waste toner box.
7
Press the specified position to close the waste toner tray. When the
tray reaches the correct position, it locks in place with a clicking
sound.
7-6
Maintenance
8
Close the front cover.
Note Return the exhausted toner container and waste toner box to your dealer or service representative. The
collected toner container and waste toner box will be recycled or disposed in accordance with the relevant
regulations
7-7
Maintenance
Replacing Staples
A staple cartridge is installed in the optional 1,000-sheet finisher, 4,000-sheet finisher, and center-fold unit.
If a message displays indicating that staples have run out, the staple cartridge holder need to be replenished with staples.
Note If the Staple Unit runs out of staples, contact your service representative or the place of purchase.
Follow the steps below to refill staples.
1,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
1
Open the front cover.
2
Remove the staple cartridge holder.
3
Remove the empty staple cartridge from the staple cartridge holder.
Note The staple cartridge can only be removed when it
contains no more staples.
7-8
Maintenance
4
Insert the new staple cartridge into the staple cartridge holder.
5
Re-install the staple cartridge holder. The staple cartridge holder will
click into place when it has been inserted correctly.
6
Close the front cover.
7-9
Maintenance
4,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
The 4,000-sheet finisher contains staple cartridge holder A.
The optional folding unit contains staple cartridge holders B and C. The refill procedure for staple cartridge holders B and
C are the same as for staple cartridge holder A.
Refilling Staple Cartridge Holder A
Note See page 7-11 to refill staple cartridge holder B/C of the optional folding unit.
1
Open the front cover 1.
2
Remove the staple cartridge holder.
3
Remove the empty staple cartridge from the staple cartridge holder.
Note The staple cartridge can only be removed when it
contains no more staples.
7-10
Maintenance
4
Insert the new staple cartridge into the staple cartridge holder.
5
Re-install the staple cartridge holder. The staple cartridge holder will
click into place when it has been inserted correctly.
6
Close the front cover 1.
Refilling Staple Cartridge Holders B/C (Option)
Follow the steps below to refill staples for the optional folding unit. Follow the same procedure to refill staple cartridge
holders B and C.
1
Open the front cover 1 and 2.
2
Remove the staple cartridge holder B or C.
7-11
Maintenance
3
Open the stopper and remove the empty staple cartridge.
Note The staple cartridge can only be removed when it
contains no more staples.
4
Insert the new staple cartridge into the staple cartridge holder and
close the stopper.
5
Re-install the staple cartridge holder.
When re-installing, align the triangle marks on the staple cartridge
holder and the staple unit. The staple cartridge holder will click into
place when it has been inserted correctly.
6
Close the front cover 1 and 2.
7-12
Maintenance
Emptying the Punch Waste Box (Option)
If a message is displayed on the machine operation panel indicating that the waste punch box is full, be sure to empty the
scraps in the punch waste box.
Leave the main power switch on the machine switched ON ( | ) while performing this procedure.
1,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
1
Open the front cover.
2
Grasp the punch waste box handle and remove the box from the
Document Finisher.
Note The staple cartridge can only be removed when it
contains no more staples.
3
Dispose of the hole punch scraps appropriately.
4
Re-install the punch waste box. Align it with the guides in the
Document Finisher.
5
Close the front cover.
7-13
Maintenance
4,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
1
Open the front cover 1.
2
Grasp the punch waste box handle and remove the box from the
Document Finisher.
Note Take care not to spill the waste hole punch scraps when
removing the container.
3
Dispose of the hole punch scraps appropriately.
4
Re-install the punch waste box. Align it with the guides in the
Document Finisher.
5
Close the front cover 1.
7-14
Maintenance
Cleaning
Clean the machine regularly to ensure optimum output quality.
CAUTION For safety, always unplug the power cord before cleaning the machine.
Separator
Clean the separator regularly (at least monthly) to ensure optimum output quality.
1
Open the front cover.
2
Remove the cleaning brush (blue colored).
3
Pull up the lever and open the right cover 1.
4
As shown in the figure, clean dirt from the separator by moving the
brush from side to side along the separator.
7-15
Maintenance
5
Press the specified position of the right cover 1 to close.
6
Put away the cleaning brush and close the front cover.
1
Open the front cover.
2
Remove the cleaning brush (blue colored).
3
Pull up the lever and open the right cover 1.
Transfer Roller
7-16
Maintenance
4
As shown in the figure, clean dirt from the transfer roller by moving
the brush from side to side along the roller while rotating the roller by
turning the gear at the right end of the roller.
5
Press the specified position of the right cover 1 to close.
6
Put away the cleaning brush and close the front cover.
7-17
Maintenance
7-18
8
Troubleshooting
This chapter contains explanations on the following topics:
General Guidelines ................................................................................................................................ 8-2
Print Quality Problems .......................................................................................................................... 8-3
Error Messages ...................................................................................................................................... 8-6
Clearing Paper Jams ........................................................................................................................... 8-16
If a problem cannot be corrected, contact your service technician.
8-1
Troubleshooting
General Guidelines
The table below provides basic solutions for problems you may encounter with the printer. We suggest you consult this table
to troubleshoot the problems before calling for service.
Corrective Action
Reference
Page
Symptom
Check Items
An application does not start.
Is the Auto Panel Reset time short? Set the Auto Panel Reset time to 30 6-73
seconds or more.
The screen does not respond
when the main power switch is
turned on.
Is the machine plugged in?
Plug the power cord into an AC
outlet.
—
Paper often jams.
Is the paper loaded correctly?
Load the paper correctly.
—
Turn the orientation 180 degrees
around in which the paper is
positioned.
2-22
2-28
Is the paper of the supported type? Remove the paper, turn it over, and
Is it in good condition?
reload it.
Cannot print.
Cannot print with USB memory.
USB memory not recognized.
The color toner is empty.
Is the paper curled, folded or
wrinkled?
Replace the paper with new paper.
Are there any loose scraps or
jammed paper in the machine?
Remove any jammed paper.
8-16
Is the machine plugged in?
Plug the power cord into an AC
outlet.
—
Is the machine powered on?
Turn on the main power switch.
—
Are the printer cable and network
cable connected?
Connect the correct printer cable
and network cable securely.
—
Was the machine powered on
before the printer cable was
connected?
Power on the machine after
connecting the printer cable.
—
Is the print job paused?
Resume printing.
2-40
Is the USB host blocked?
Select [Unblock] in the USB host
settings.
6-92
—
Check that the USB memory is
—
securely plugged into the machine.
Do you want to continue printing in
black and white?
If the black toner is remained, the
6-71
machine continues printing in black
and white by selecting [Print in B &
W] of ColorToner Empty.
Tips
Printer problems may be solved easily by following the tips below. When you have encountered a problem that following the
above guidelines will not solve, try the following:
• Turn the printer power off and wait for several seconds. Then, turn on the printer.
• Reboot the computer which sends the print jobs to the printer.
• Obtain and use the latest version of the printer driver. The latest versions of printer drivers and utilities are available at:
http://www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.com.
• Make sure that the procedures for printing are correctly followed in the application software. Consult the documentation
supplied with the application software.
8-2
Troubleshooting
Print Quality Problems
The tables and diagrams in the following sections define print quality problems and the corrective action you can conduct
to solve the problems. Some solutions may require cleaning or replacing parts of the printer.
If the suggested corrective action will not solve the problem, call for service.
Printed Results
Corrective Action
Reference
Page
Blank sheets are ejected.
Check that the settings of the application software.
—
2 or more sheets are overlaps
when ejected. (multi feed)
Load the paper correctly.
2-22
2-28
Printouts are wrinkled.
Clean the paper separator.
7-15
Turn the orientation 180 degrees around in which the paper is
positioned.
2-22
2-28
Replace the paper with new paper.
Printouts are curled.
Turn the orientation 180 degrees around in which the paper is
positioned.
2-22
2-28
Replace the paper with new paper.
Printouts are totally too light.
Replace the paper with new paper.
2-22
2-28
Select appropriate density level.
—
Shake the toner container from side to side several times.
7-2
Replace the toner container.
Disable EcoPrint mode.
6-11
Run [Drum Refresh].
6-128
Make sure the paper type setting is correct for the paper being used.
6-21
6-23
8-3
Troubleshooting
Printed Results
Corrective Action
Reference
Page
Part of the image is periodically
faint or shows white lines.
Run [Drum Refresh].
6-128
Printouts are fuzzy.
Use in an environment that has suitable humidity.
x
Run [Drum Refresh].
6-128
Texts are not clearly printed.
Select appropriate image quality.
3-3
Printouts are too dark even
though the background of the
scanned original is white.
Select appropriate density level.
—
Run [ColorCalibration].
6-120
White dots appear on the
image.
Run [ColorCalibration].
6-120
Dirt on the top edge or back of
the paper.
Open the right cover. If the machine interior is dirty with toner, clean
it using soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
7-15
8-4
Troubleshooting
Reference
Page
Printed Results
Corrective Action
Images are skewed.
Check the position of the paper width guides.
2-22
2-28
Skewed-color printout.
Run [ColorCalibration].
6-120
Run [Color Regist.].
6-120
Load color copy paper into the paper tray.
—
Run [ColorCalibration].
6-120
Adjust the color using the printer driver.
3-3
Colors appear different than
you anticipated.
8-5
Troubleshooting
Error Messages
The following table lists errors and maintenance messages that you can be dealt with by yourself. If Machine failure.
Call service. appears, turn off the printer, disconnect the power cord, and contact your service technician.
If Machine failure. Call service. or Error occurred. Turn the main power switch off and on. is
displayed, turn off the printer then turn it back on to see if the printer has recovered. If the printer has not recovered, turn off
the printer, disconnect the power cord, and contact your service representative or authorized service center.
Some errors cause the alarm to sound. To stop the alarm, press [Cancel].
Message
Access denied.
You cannot login.
Access point was not
detected.
Account error.
Press [OK].
Add paper in casset.#
Add paper in MP tray.
Corrective Action
The Log in operation failed for the specified number of times so it is no longer
possible to attempt to log in. Contact a system administrator.
It was not possible to connect to the network with the optional wireless LAN
interface.
Check the settings of the wireless LAN interface.
For details, refer to Op Functions (Optional application settings) on page 6-129.
This message is displayed when the Job Accounting function is enabled and an
attempt to specify job accounting settings or to register or delete an account
fails. To return the printer to the print-ready status, press [OK].
The paper has run out in the paper source displayed. Supply paper according to
the paper source displayed (paper cassettes, MP tray, or optional paper
feeders). This message is displayed alternately with messages indicating the
printer status, such as, Ready to print., Please wait., and
Processing..
The paper has run out in the paper source displayed. Supply paper according to
the paper source displayed (paper cassettes, MP tray, or optional paper
feeders). This message is displayed alternately with messages indicating the
printer status, such as, Ready to print., Please wait., and Processing..
8-6
Troubleshooting
Message
Add staples.
Add staples to
Unit #.
Alternative:
a b
1
*A5 Bond
********************2 A5 Plain
3 A4 Labels
A machine
administrator right
is required.
Box limit exceeded.
Corrective Action
Add staples to the 1,000-sheet Finisher. For detail, refer to Replacing Staples on
page 7-8.
Add staples to the staple cartridge holder # of 4,000-sheet Finisher. For detail,
refer to Replacing Staples on page 7-8.
When the cassette does not contain any paper that matches the print data paper
size and type), this message allows you to specify an alternative cassette to use
instead. A paper source number is only displayed when an optional paper
feeder is installed. To print from a different paper source, refer to Paper Feed
Mode (Setting the paper feed source) on page 6-29.
You can only change the settings selected when logged in as a user with
machine administrator privileges.
The box capacity is full.
Either delete files or change the capacity of the box.
For details, refer to Custom Box operation (Box creation, editing and
deletion) on page 4-4.
Displayed when data is being canceled.
Canceling...
Cannot connect.
It was not possible to connect to the network with the optional network interface.
Check the settings of the network interface.
For details, refer to Optional network (Optional Network settings) on page 6-48.
8-7
Troubleshooting
Message
Cannot connect.
Multiple access
points are enabled.
Corrective Action
Multiple access points were detected with the optional wireless LAN interface.
Check the settings of the wireless LAN interface.
For details, refer to Op Functions (Optional application settings) on page 6-129.
Press [OK] and check the following items:
Cannot connect to
Authentication Server
Check the domain
name.
Cannot duplex print
on this paper.
Cannot execute this
job. Restricted by
Authorization
settings.
Cannot remove the
memory while in use.
• Registration to Authentication Server
• Password and computer address for Authentication Server
• Connection of Network
For details, refer to Netwk Auth. Set (Netwk authentication setting) on page 6100.
You attempted to print with a paper size and paper type that cannot be used for
duplex printing. Press [OK] to print onto one-side of the paper only.
This message is shown when operations are restricted in the account when job
accounting is effective.
To change the account settings, refer to Detail/Edit (Checking/editing registered
account ID settings) on page 6-114.
This message is displayed when Remove Memory was selected while a USB
memory was being used.
The previous screen is displayed again 1 or 2 seconds.
The corresponding paper cassette is not installed. Install the cassette.
Cassette# not loaded.
Check cassette #.
This message is displayed when a paper lift error has occurred in the paper
source's cassette. Pull out the cassette for the paper source displayed (either
the paper cassettes or optional paper feeders) and check if the paper is loaded
correctly.
8-8
Troubleshooting
Message
Corrective Action
The side feeder is not installed correctly. Attach the side feeder.
Check the side
feeder.
Attach the side
feeder.
Check waste toner
box.
This message warns following two cases. Install the new waste toner box.
The waste toner box is not installed.
The waste toner box is full.
For details, refer to Toner Container Replacement on page 7-2.
Close the folding unit.
Close the folding
unit.
Enclose
the IPv6 address in
brackets [ ].
Error occurred.
Turn the main power
switch off and on.
####
Failed to get the
network user
information.
The IPv6 address entered in the host name is not enclosed in brackets [ ]. To
enter the IPv6 address, enclose the
(e.g.[ae3:9a0:cd05:b1d2:28a:1fc0:a1:10ae]:140)
Turn the power switch off and then back on again. If this message still remains,
turn the power switch off, and contact your service representative.
An error occurred when obtaining user information after the authentication. Log
in again.
Remove the paper. Printing then resumes.
Finisher left tray is
full of Paper.
8-9
Troubleshooting
Message
Corrective Action
Remove the paper. Printing then resumes.
Finisher tray #
is full of Paper.
Hard disk error.
Press [OK].
##
An error has occurred on the hard disk. Job is canceled. Press [OK].
The possible error codes and their descriptions are as follows.
01: The amount of data that can be saved at once has been exceeded. Restart
the system or turn the power OFF/ON. If the error still occurs, divide the file into
smaller files. If the error occurs after the file is divided, the hard disk is damaged.
Execute [HDD Initializ.].
04: Insufficient space on the hard disk to complete this operation. Move data or
delete unneeded data.
Incorrect account ID.
The Account ID does not match.
Check the registered Account ID.
For more information, refer to Job Account.Set. (Job Account setting) on page
6-110.
Incorrect account ID.
Press [OK].
This message is displayed when the Job Accounting function is enabled and no
account is set for a transmitted print job or the specified account is not
registered (the incorrect account is set).
To return the printer to the print-ready status, press [OK].
For detail, refer to Job Account.Set. (Job Account setting) on page 6-110.
Incorrect ID.
The user ID entered for a Private/Stored Job is not correct. Check the Access
code that you specified on the printer driver.
For detail, refer to Private/Stored (Printing a Private Print/Stored Job) on page 431.
Enter correct login user name or password.
Incorrect Login User
Name or Password.
Enter correct login user name or password.
Incorrect login user
name or password.
Job is canceled.
8-10
Troubleshooting
Message
Corrective Action
Enter the correct password.
Incorrect password.
Job Accounting
restriction exceeded.
Press [OK].
Job not stored.
Press [OK].
This message is displayed when the Job Accounting function is enabled and an
attempt has been made to exceed the print limit set for each account. To return
the printer to the print-ready status, press [OK].
For more information, refer to Job Account.Set. (Job Account setting) on page
6-110.
Printing using the Job Box function failed because there was insufficient space
available on the hard disk. To print an error report and return the printer to the
print-ready status, press [OK].
Remove the paper. Printing then resumes.
Job separator tray is
full of paper.
KPDL error.
Press [OK].
Limit exceeded.
You cannot add any
more.
Current print processing cannot continue because of occurrence of KPDL error
which is categorized by ##. To print out an error report, display KPDL Error Rpt.
from the menu system, and select On. Press [OK] to resume printing. You can
abandon printing by pressing [Cancel].
If Auto Error Clear is set to On, printing will be automatically resumed after a
preset period of time.
For more information, refer to KPDL Error Rpt. (Printing KPDL errors) on page
6-33.
The box capacity is full.
Either delete files or change the capacity of the box.
For details, refer to Custom Box operation (Box creation, editing and
deletion) on page 4-4.
8-11
Troubleshooting
Message
Corrective Action
The size of the paper in the MP tray and the paper size setting are not the same.
Check the paper size.
Load paper in
MP tray.
↓ ↑
Different paper
size is set.
Check paper size.
This message is displayed when Low was selected in Security Level.
Low security
#### represents a mechanical error (#=0, 1, 2, ...). Call for service. The printer
does not operate when this message is displayed. The total number of pages
printed is also indicated, e.g. 0123456.
Machine failure.
Call service.
####
Remove the paper. Printing then resumes.
Mailbox tray # is
full of Paper.
Remove the paper. Printing then resumes.
Main tray is full of
paper.
Remove the paper.
Memory is full.
The process cannot be performed due to insufficient memory. If only [OK] is
available, press [OK]. The job will be canceled.
8-12
Troubleshooting
Message
Memory is full.
Print job cannot be
processed completely.
Non-genuine Toner.
Press [Help].
Paper
jammed in
##########.
Corrective Action
The total amount of data received by the printer exceeds the printer’s internal
memory.
Try adding more memory. Press [OK] to resume printing. You can abandon
printing by pressing [Cancel].
If Auto Error Clear is set to On, printing will be automatically resumed after a
preset period of time.
For more information, refer to Auto Err. Clear (Auto error clear setting) on page
6-74.
This message is displayed if the installed toner container is nongenuine.
The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for damage caused by a
nongenuine toner.
We recommend that you only use genuine toner containers.
When you want to use the toner container currently installed, press [OK] and
[Cancel] simultaneously for 3 seconds or more.
A paper jam has occurred. The location of the paper jam is indicated in place of
the #’s. For details, refer to Clearing Paper Jams on page 8-16.
The machine is under the adjustment to maintain its quality. Please wait.
Please wait.
Adding toner...
The machine is under the adjustment to maintain its quality. Please wait.
Please wait.
Cleaning...
The machine is under the adjustment to maintain its quality. Please wait.
Please wait.
Performing
Color Calibration...
The machine is under the adjustment to maintain its quality. Please wait.
Please wait.
Regulating
the temperature...
8-13
Troubleshooting
Message
Print overrun.
Replace the toner.
[C][M][Y][K]
Clean the printer.
Registered numbers
exceeded.
Cannot add.
Restricted by
Job Accounting.
Press [OK].
Corrective Action
The data transferred to the printer was too complex to print on a page. Press
[OK] to resume printing.
Replace the toner container to our specified toner container.
After cleaning the inside of the printer, press [OK] and the printer will be ready
for printing.
Note If the color toner is empty but the black toner is remained, the
machine continues printing in black and white by selecting [Print in B &
W] of ColorToner Empty.
There are already 100 accounts registered so it is not possible to register any
new accounts.
This message is displayed when printing was attempted, despite the Job
Account function being on with Restriction applied as the job limit for each job
account.
To return the printer to the print-ready status, press [OK].
For more information, refer to Job Account.Set. (Job Account setting) on page
6-110.
Set the folding tray.
Set the folding
tray.
Follow the instructions on the touch panel. and install the punch waste box.
Set the punch waste
box.
Staple jam.
If a staple jam occurs, the machine will stop and the location of the jam will be
indicated on the touch panel. Leave the machine on and follow the instructions
to remove the jammed staple.
8-14
Troubleshooting
Message
Corrective Action
Copying is not possible because data with the same file name exists at the
destination. Delete the data with the same file name at the destination before
copying.
The file name
already exists.
You cannot copy.
The user name is not
registered.
The login user name entered is not registered or wrong. Check the login user
name.
The account ID set has already been registered. Set a different account ID.
This account ID is
already registered.
This login user name
already registered.
Toner is running out.
↓ ↑
[C][M][Y][K]
The changed login user name has already been registered. Set a different login
user name.
Two messages are displayed alternately. The toner in the displayed color (C:
Cyan, M: Magenta, Y: Yellow or K:Black) has run low. Ensure that a new toner
container is available without delay. For details, Toner Container
Replacement on page 7-2.
This message is displayed if the installed toner container's regional specification
does not match the machine’s.
Install the specified toner container.
Unknown toner
installed. PC
[C][M][Y][K]
USB memory error.
Press [OK].
##
An error occurred in the USB memory. The job stopped. Press [OK].
The possible error codes and their descriptions are as follows.
01:The amount of data that can be saved at once has been exceeded.
Restart the system or turn the power OFF/ON. If the error still occurs, the USB
memory is not compatible with the machine.
Use the USB memory formatted by this machine. If the USB memory cannot be
formatted, it is damaged. Connect a compatible USB memory.
8-15
Troubleshooting
Clearing Paper Jams
If paper jams in the paper transport system, or no paper sheets are fed at all, the Paper jam message appears and the
location of the paper jam (the component where the paper jam has occurred) is also indicated. Status Monitor or Command
Center RX can indicate the location of the paper jam (the component where the paper jam has occurred). Remove the paper
jam. After removing the paper jam, the printer will resume printing.
Possible Paper Jam Locations
The figure below shows the printer's paper paths including the optional paper feeder. The locations where paper jams might
occur are also shown here, with each location explained in the table below. Paper jams can occur in more than one
component on the paper paths.
G
H
E
H
H
H
F D
A
B
E
C
C
E
I
I
J
H
K
H
1,000-sheet
Finisher
Paper Jam Message
4,000-sheet
Finisher
Mailbox (Installed
on the 4,000sheet Finisher)
Mailbox
(Installed on
the machine)
Paper jam
Description
location
Reference
Page
A
Paper is jammed at the paper
cassette (1).
page 8-19
B
Paper is jammed at the paper
cassette (2).
page 8-20
C
Paper is jammed at the optional
paper feeder cassette (3, 4).
page 8-21
Paper
jammed in
cassette 1.
[ Help ]
Paper
jammed in
cassette 2.
[ Help ]
Paper
jammed in
cassette #.
[ Help ]
8-16
Troubleshooting
Paper Jam Message
Paper jam
Description
location
Reference
Page
D
Paper is jammed at the MP tray or page 8-25
inside the printer.
E
Paper is jammed in the right cover page 8-26
section.
F
Paper is jammed at the duplex
unit.
G
Paper is jammed at the bridge unit. page 8-32
H
Paper is jammed at the optional
document finisher.
Paper jammed
at MP tray.
[ Help ]
Paper jammed
in right
cover #.
[ Help ]
Paper jammed
in the duplex
unit.
page 8-29
page 8-30
[ Help ]
Paper
jammed in the
bridge unit.
[ Help ]
Paper
jammed in the
finisher.
[ Help ]
Paper
jammed in the
finisher.
[ Help ]
8-17
page 8-32
page 8-34
page 8-39
Troubleshooting
Paper Jam Message
Paper jam
Description
location
Reference
Page
I
Paper is jammed at the mailbox.
page 8-38
J
Paper is jammed at the paper
cassette (5).
page 8-41
K
Paper is jammed at the optional
paper feeder cassette (6, 7).
page 8-43
Paper
jammed in the
mailbox.
[ Help ]
Paper
jammed in the
mailbox.
[ Help ]
Paper
jammed in
cassette #.
[ Help ]
Paper
jammed in
cassette 6.
[ Help ]
General Considerations for Clearing Jams
Bear in mind the following considerations when attempting paper jam removal:
CAUTION When pulling the paper, pull it gently so as not to tear it. Torn pieces of paper are difficult to
remove and may be easily overlooked, deterring the paper jam recovery.
• If paper jams occur frequently, try using a different type of paper, replace the paper with paper from another ream, or flip
the paper stack over. The printer may have problems if paper jams recur after the paper is replaced.
• Whether or not the jammed pages are reproduced normally after printing is resumed, depends on the location of the
paper jam.
8-18
Troubleshooting
Utilizing Online Help Messages
When Paper Jam is displayed, press [Help]([Left Select]) to display the procedure to clear the jam.
Press V to display the next step or press U to display the previous step.
Press the OK key to exit the online help message display.
CorrectiveAction: O b
Open cassette 1 and
remove paper.
Set cassette 1.
[
OK
]
Paper
jammed in
cassette 1.
[ Help ]
Cassette 1
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams in cassette 1.
1
Pull up right cover 1 lever and open the right cover 1.
2
Remove the jammed paper.
3
Pull out cassette 1.
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Troubleshooting
4
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
5
6
Push cassette 1 back in place securely.
Press the specified position to close right cover 1.
Cassette 2
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams in cassette 2.
1
Open right cover 3.
2
Remove the jammed paper.
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Troubleshooting
3
Pull out cassette 2.
4
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
5
6
Push cassette 2 back in place securely.
Close right cover 3.
Optional Cassettes 3 and 4
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams in cassettes 3 or 4 when using the optional paper feeder.
Paper Feeder (500-sheet x 2)
1
If you are using the optional side feeder, pull up the release lever and
separate the side feeder from the multifunction machine.
2
Open right cover 4.
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Troubleshooting
3
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
4
Pull out the cassette in use.
5
Remove the jammed paper.
6
7
Push the cassette back in place securely.
Close right cover 4.
Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2)
1 If you are using the optional side feeder, pull up the release lever and
separate the side feeder from the multifunction machine.
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Troubleshooting
2
Open right cover 4.
3
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
4
Pull out cassettes 3 and 4.
5
Remove the jammed paper.
6
Pull out the paper feed unit (B1).
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Troubleshooting
7
Open the paper feed unit cover (B2) and remove the jammed paper.
8
Close the paper feed unit cover (B2) and push the paper feed unit all
the way back in.
9 Push the cassette back in place securely.
10 Close right cover 4.
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Troubleshooting
Multi Purpose Tray
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams in the multi purpose tray.
1
Remove all sheets of paper from the multi purpose tray.
2
If paper is jammed inside, pull the paper toward you to remove.
3
Pull up right cover 1 lever and open the right cover 1.
4
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
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Troubleshooting
5
Press the specified position to close right cover 1.
Inside the Right Covers 1, 3 and 4
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams inside right cover 1, 3 or 4 when using the optional paper feeder.
1
Remove all sheets of paper from the multi purpose tray.
2
If paper is jammed inside, pull the paper toward you to remove.
3
Open the right cover where the paper is jammed inside.
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Troubleshooting
4
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
A3
5
6
Open the Conveyor Guide (A3) and remove the jammed paper.
7
Open the fuser cover.
Close the Conveyor Guide (A3).
CAUTION The fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient
care when working in this area, as there is a danger of
getting burned.
8
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
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Troubleshooting
9
If jammed paper is seen through the paper ejection slot, pull it toward
your side to remove it.
10 If you are using the optional document finisher, follow step on page 832 to remove jammed paper in the optional bridge unit.
11 Close the right cover.
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Troubleshooting
Duplex unit
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams in the duplex unit.
1
Pull up right cover 1 lever and open the right cover 1.
2
Remove the jammed paper.
3
Open the Conveyor Guide (A3) and remove the jammed paper.
A3
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Troubleshooting
4
Replace the Conveyor Guide (A3), press the indicated part, and close
Right Cover 1.
Duplex Unit and Cassette 1
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams in duplex unit and cassette 1.
1
Pull up right cover 1 lever and open the right cover 1.
2
Remove the jammed paper.
3
Open the Conveyor Guide (A3) and remove the jammed paper.
A3
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Troubleshooting
4
Replace the Conveyor Guide (A3), press the indicated part, and close
Right Cover 1.
5
Open the right cover 2.
6
Remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
7
8
Close the right cover 2.
Pull out cassette 1 and remove the jammed paper.
If the paper tears, remove every loose scrap from inside the machine.
9
Push cassette 1 back in place securely.
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Troubleshooting
Bridge Unit (Option)
If a paper jam occurs in the optional bridge unit, follow the steps below to remove the jam.
1
Open the relay unit cover and remove the jammed paper.
1,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
If a paper jam occurs in the optional 1,000-sheet finisher, follow the steps below to remove the jam.
1
If jammed paper is seen through the paper ejection slot, pull it toward
your side to remove it.
2
Open the front cover.
3
Open feed guide D1 and remove the jammed paper.
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Troubleshooting
4
Open the top tray and then open feed guide D2.
5
Turn the conveyor knob to the left to feed the paper along to enable
easy removal.
6
Close the open feed guides, and close the top and front covers.
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Troubleshooting
4,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
If a paper jam occurs in the optional 4,000-sheet finisher, follow the steps below to remove the jam.
Coupling Section
1
Open the front cover 1.
2
Open conveyor guide (D1) and remove the jammed paper.
3
Close the conveyor guide (D1) and front cover 1.
1
If jammed paper is seen through the paper ejection slot, pull it toward
your side to remove it.
2
Open the front cover 1.
Tray A
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Troubleshooting
3
Open the conveyor guide (D6) and remove the jammed paper.
4
5
Close the conveyor guide (D6).
Open the conveyor guide (D4) and remove the jammed paper.
Note If it is difficult to remove the jammed paper, turn feed
knob D3 until the jammed paper is in a location where it is
easy to remove.
6
Close the conveyor guide (D4) and front cover 1.
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Troubleshooting
Tray B
1
If jammed paper is seen through the paper ejection slot, pull it toward
your side to remove it.
2
Open the front cover 1.
3
Open the conveyor guide (D2).
4
Turn the conveyor knob (D3) to the left to feed the paper along to
enable easy removal.
5
Close the conveyor guide (D2) and front cover 1.
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Troubleshooting
Conveyor / Inner Tray
1
Open the front cover 1.
2
Open the conveyor guide (D2).
3
Turn the conveyor knob (D3) to the left to feed the paper along to
enable easy removal.
4
Follow step 3 onward on page 8-35 to remove jammed paper.
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Troubleshooting
Mailbox (Option)
1
Open the mailbox cover and remove the jammed paper.
2
Close the mailbox cover.
3
If a mailbox is connected to the machine, perform the following steps.
Pull up right cover 1 lever and open the right cover 1.
4
Open the Conveyor Guide (A3) and remove the jammed paper.
5
Replace the Conveyor Guide (A3), press the indicated part, and close
Right Cover 1.
A3
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Troubleshooting
Center-Folding Unit (Option)
Ejection Section
1
Lift up the folding tray and remove any jammed paper.
2
Push the folding unit release lever and pull out the folding unit.
3
Press the release lever, open the left cover of the center fold unit, and
remove the jammed paper.
4
Turn feed knob D9 until the jammed paper is in a location where it is
easy to remove.
5
6
7
Close the folding unit left cover.
8
Close the folding unit top cover, and return the folding unit to its
original position.
Open the folding unit top cover and remove the paper jam.
Turn feed knob D9 until the jammed paper is in a location where it is
easy to remove.
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Troubleshooting
Conveyor Section
1
Open the front cover 1 and 2.
2
3
Open the conveyor guide (D7) and remove the jammed paper.
Turn feed knob D5 until the jammed paper is in a location where it is
easy to remove.
If there is no paper jam in the conveyor guide (D7), proceed to the
following step.
4
5
Close the conveyor guide (D7).
6
7
Close the conveyor guide (D8).
8
Close the front cover 1 and 2.
Open the conveyor guide (D8) and remove the jammed paper.
Remove the paper jammed in the center folding unit.
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Troubleshooting
Cassette 5 (Option)
If a paper jam occurs in cassette 5 when you are using the optional side feeder (3,000-sheet), side feeder (500-sheet x 3),
or large capacity side feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x 2), follow the steps below to remove the jam.
Side Feeder (3,000-sheet)
1
Pull up the release lever and separate the side feeder from the
multifunction machine.
2
Remove the paper from the connection port.
3
Pull out cassette 5.
4
Remove the jammed paper.
5
6
Push the cassette back in place securely.
Connect to the multifunction machine.
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Troubleshooting
Side Feeder (500-sheet x 3) or Large Capacity Side Feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x2)
1 Pull up the release lever and separate the side feeder from the
multifunction machine.
2
Remove the paper from the connection port.
3
Open the top cover and right cover 1.
4
Remove the jammed paper.
5
Pull out cassette 5.
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Troubleshooting
6
Remove the jammed paper.
7
8
9
Push the cassette back in place securely.
Close the top cover and right cover 1.
Connect to the multifunction machine.
Cassette 6,7 (Option)
If a paper jam occurs in cassette 6 or 7 when you are using the optional side feeder (500-sheet x 3) or large capacity side
feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x 2), follow the steps below to remove the jam.
Side Feeder (500-sheet x3)
1
Pull up the release lever and separate the side feeder from the
multifunction machine.
2
3
Follow steps 2 to 5 on page 8-42 to remove the jammed paper.
Open the right cover 2.
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Troubleshooting
4
Remove the jammed paper.
5
Pull out the cassette in use.
6
Remove the jammed paper.
7
8
9
Push the cassette back in place securely.
Close the right cover 2.
Connect to the multifunction machine.
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Troubleshooting
Large Capacity Side Feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x2)
1 Pull up the release lever and separate the side feeder from the
multifunction machine.
2
3
Follow steps 2 to 5 on page 8-42 to remove the jammed paper.
4
Remove the jammed paper.
5
Pull out cassettes 6 and 7.
Open the right cover 2.
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Troubleshooting
6
Remove the jammed paper.
7
Pull out the paper feed unit (B1).
8
Open the paper feed unit cover (B2) and remove the jammed paper.
9
Close the paper feed unit cover (B2) and push the paper feed unit all
the way back in.
10
11
12
Push the cassette back in place securely.
Close the right cover 2.
Connect to the multifunction machine.
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Troubleshooting
Clearing a Staple Jam
If a message indicating a staple jam is displayed on the machine’s operation panel, remove the jammed staples.
Follow the steps below to remove jammed staples.
1,000-sheet Finisher
1
Open the front cover.
2
Remove the staple cartridge holder.
3
Open the cover plate (A) of the staple cartridge holder and remove
any jammed staples.
4
Close the cover (A) plate of the staple cartridge holder into its original
position.
A
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Troubleshooting
5
Re-install the staple cartridge holder. The staple cartridge holder will
click into place when it has been inserted correctly.
6
Close the front cover.
1
Open the front cover 1.
2
Remove the staple cartridge holder A.
3
Open the cover plate (A) of the staple cartridge holder A and remove
any jammed staples.
4,000-sheet Finisher
‹Staple cartridge holder A
A
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Troubleshooting
4
Close the cover plate (A) of the staple cartridge holder into its original
position.
5
Re-install the staple cartridge holder. The staple cartridge holder will
click into place when it has been inserted correctly.
6
Close the front cover 1.
‹Staple cartridge holder B/C
Follow the steps below to remove jammed staples from the optional folding unit.
1
Open the front cover 1 and 2.
2
Remove staple cartridge holder B or C.
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Troubleshooting
3
Open the cover plate (B) of the staple cartridge holder and remove
any jammed staples.
4
Close the cover (B) plate of the staple cartridge holder into its original
position.
5
Re-install the staple cartridge holder.
B
When re-installing, align the triangle marks on the staple cartridge
holder and the staple unit. The staple cartridge holder will click into
place when it has been inserted correctly.
6
Close the front cover 1 and 2.
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Appendix
This chapter lists the provides details of the available interfaces and describes the optional hardware that
can be installed on the printer and shows the printer's specifications.
Optional Equipment.............................................................................................................................. A-2
Character Entry Method ....................................................................................................................... A-6
Paper ...................................................................................................................................................... A-9
Specifications...................................................................................................................................... A-17
Glossary............................................................................................................................................... A-24
For availability of the options, consult your service technician.
A-1
Appendix
Optional Equipment
Overview of Optional Equipment
The following optional equipment is available for the machine.
Network Interface Kit
Mailbox*
Wireless Network
Interface Kit
Card Authentication
Kit (B)
Banner Tray
4,000-sheet Finisher
Hole Punch Unit
Side Feeder
(3,000-sheet)
1,000-sheet Finisher
Hole Punch Unit
Folding Unit
*
Side Feeder
(500-sheet x 3)
Paper Feeder
(500-sheet x 2)**
Large Capacity Feeder
(1,500-sheet x 2)**
Large Capacity Side Feeder
(500, 1,500-sheet x 2)
The Mailbox can either be installed on the machine or the 4000-sheet Finisher Hole Punch Unit.
** If neither a document finisher nor a side feeder is installed, the toppling prevention kit must be installed.
A-2
Appendix
Paper Feeder (500-sheet x2)
Two additional cassettes identical to the printer’s cassette can be installed in the printer. Paper capacity and loading method
are the same as the standard cassettes. Refer to The standard cassettes on page 2-22 for loading paper.
Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2)
In addition to the printer's cassettes, you can also install an optional large capacity feeder (1,500-sheet x 2) capable of
holding up to 3,000 sheets of A4, B5 or Letter paper. Refer to The Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2) (Option) on
page 2-25 for loading paper.
Side Feeder (3,000-sheet)
In addition to the printer's cassettes, you can also install an optional side feeder (3,000-sheet) capable of holding up to 3,000
sheets of A4, B5 or Letter paper. Refer to Side Feeder (3,000-sheet) (Option) on page 2-27 for loading paper.
Side Feeder (500-sheet x 3)
Three additional cassettes identical to cassette 1 can be installed in the printer. Paper capacity and loading method are the
same as cassette 1.
Large Capacity Side Feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x 2)
In addition to the printer's cassettes, you can also install the additional cassette identical to cassette 1 and an optional feeder
(3,500-sheet) capable of holding up to 3,500 sheets of A4, B5 or Letter paper.
1,000-sheet Finisher
This is a document finisher capable of holding large print runs and of separating and offsetting multiple copies of a printout
into individual copies. It can also staple or hole-punch (optional) the offset printouts.
4,000-sheet Finisher
This is a large-capacity document finisher capable of holding large print runs and of separating and offsetting multiple copies
of a printout into individual copies. It can also staple or hole-punch (optional) the offset printouts.
User can select manual staple by operation button. A mail box and folding unit are also available as options.
Manual staple mode
You can staple copied paper manually without any copying operation. It is useful when you have forgotten to set the staple
sort mode before starting copying, or when you want to staple originals.
Note Manual stapling cannot be executed when the machine is in operation.
If there are no staples when manual stapling is performed, the stapling position lamps and stapling position
key LEDs all blink. Add staples. For details, refer to Replacing Staples on page 7-8
A-3
Appendix
Maximum number of sheets available for manual stapling
Paper weight
Paper size
- 90 g/m2
( - 24.0 lb. Bond)
91 - 105 g/m2
(24.3 - 28.0 lb. Bond)
A4, A4-R, B5, Letter, 16K
65 sheets
50 sheets
A3, B4, Folio
30 sheets
30 sheets
Use the buttons on the stapling control section of the Finisher (optional) for manual stapling.
Stapling position
lamps
1
Stapling position
key
Stapling
key / lamp
Press the stapling position key on the stapling control section.
The shutter of the paper exit area is opened and this equipment enters into the manual staple mode.
2
Press the stapling position key to select the stapling position (Back
/ Front
/ 2 Points
).
Operation is not possible while the stapling position lamps are blinking. Operate after the lamps light solidly.
3
Straighten the edges of the paper well and place the paper front side
down in the shutter opening of the output unit.
If the near side of the paper (
the front guide (A).
) will be stapled, place the paper against
If the far side of the paper (
the back guide (B).
) will be stapled, place the paper against
B
If the edge of the paper ( ) will be stapled at two points, place the
paper with the center aligned to the center point between the two side
guides (A and B).
A
CAUTION Do not insert your hand inside the open shutter.
Note Press the stapling position key before you place the paper. Once the paper is placed, the stapling position
key cannot be used.
The stapling lamp lights when the paper is properly placed. If it does not light, replace the paper.
4
Let go of the paper, and then press the stapling key.
Stapling starts. Stapling finishes and the output is delivered to tray A.
CAUTION Be sure that your hands are away from the paper while stapling is in progress.
Finishing the manual staple mode
Press the stapling position button several times until the stapling position lamps turn off. The shutter of the paper exit
area closes. It means that manual stapling is finished. If no operation is performed for approx. 10 seconds, the manual
staple mode will be automatically finished.
Note The time after which manual staple mode is automatically exited can be changed. For details, refer to Manual
Staple (Manual Staple setting) on page 6-77.
A-4
Appendix
Mailbox
Makes it easy to sort output into separate trays. Installing this option adds 7 output trays. When multiple computer users
share the printer, each user can print to a specified tray.
This can be installed on the machine or the 4,000-sheet Finisher.
Note To deliver output to the mail box, change the Paper Output selection on the operation panel or in the printer
driver, or change in the default settings. (For details, refer to Paper Output (Selecting the Paper Output Location) on
page 6-31.)
Folding Unit
Folds printed output at the center or in tri-fold to enable the creation of simple booklets. Installs on the 4,000-sheet finisher.
Banner Tray
This tray enables continuous feeding of banner paper. Up to 10 sheets of banner paper can be loaded. To attach the tray
and load paper, refer to Using the Banner Tray (Option) on page 3-10.
Network Interface Kit
The Network Interface Kit provides a high-speed connection for the Gigabit-per-second interface. Since the kit was
designed to work with TCP/IP and NetBEUI protocols, it fulfills the network printing demands on Windows, Macintosh, and
UNIX environments. This expansion kit is also compatible with ThinPrint.
Wireless Network Interface Kit
This is a wireless LAN interface card which supports the wireless LAN specifications IEEE802.11n (Max 300 Mbps) and
11 g/b. With the utilities supplied, settings are possible for a variety of OS and network protocols.
Data Security Kit
The Data Security Kit overwrites all unnecessary data in the storage area of the hard disk so that it cannot be retrieved. The
Data Security Kit encrypts data before storing it in the hard disk. It guarantees higher security because no data cannot be
decoded by ordinary output or operations.
ThinPrint Option
This application allows print data to be printed directly without a print driver.
Emulation Option
Enables emulation whereby the machine operates using commands for other printers. Installing this option enables IBM
Proprinter, DIABLO 630, and EPSON LQ-850 emulation.
Card Authentication Kit (B)
It is possible to perform user authentication with an IC card. To perform authentication with an IC card, it is necessary to first
register the IC card information in the list of registered users. For the method for registration, refer to the Card Authentication
Kit (B) Operation Guide.
USB Keyboard
A USB keyboard can be used to enter information into the text fields on the operation panel. A special mount is also
available to install the keyboard on the MFP. Please contact your dealer or service representative for information on
keyboards that are compatible with your MFP before you purchase one.
A-5
Appendix
Character Entry Method
In character entry screens, use the procedure below to enter characters.
Keys Used
Use the following keys to enter characters.
3
4
5
1
6
2
1
[Back] Key: Press this key to return to the screen from which you invoked the character entry screen.
2
Numeric Keys: Use these keys to select the character you want to enter.
3
[Right Select] Key: Press this key to select the type of characters you want to enter. (When [Text] is displayed)
4
Arrow Keys: Use these to select the entry position, or select a character from the character list.
5
[OK] Key: Press this key to finalize the entered character(s).
6
[Clear] Key: Press this key to delete the character at the cursor position. If the cursor is at the end of the line, the
character to the left of it is deleted.
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Appendix
Selecting Type of Characters
To enter characters, the following three types are available:
File name input:
Report3*
[
123
Text
]
Current character type
Types
Description
ABC
To enter alphabets.
123
To enter numerals.
Symbols
To enter symbols.
In a character entry screen, press [Text] ([Right Select]) to select the
type of characters you want to enter.
Each time you press [Text] ([Right Select]), the character type
switches as follows: ABC, 123, Symbol, ABC ...
[
ABC
Text
]
[
123
Text
]
Symbols:
a b
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>
?@[¥]^_`{|}~€
€ ٫ƒ„…†‡^‰
<‘’“”•–—˜™>¡¢£¤¥¦§¨©ª
[ Text
]
Entering Characters
After selecting a character type, use the procedure below to enter characters.
Entering Alphabets and Numerals
Referring to the table below, press the key corresponding to the character you want to enter until it is displayed.
Key
Entry mode
Available characters
Alphabetic/Symbol
.@-_/:?1
Numeric
1
Alphabetic/Symbol
abcABC2
Numeric
2
Alphabetic/Symbol
defDEF3
Numeric
3
Alphabetic/Symbol
ghiGHI4
Numeric
4
A-7
Appendix
Key
*
Entry mode
Available characters
Alphabetic/Symbol
jklJKL5
Numeric
5
Alphabetic/Symbol
mnoMNO6
Numeric
6
Alphabetic/Symbol
pqrsPQRS7
Numeric
7
Alphabetic/Symbol
tuvTUV8
Numeric
8
Alphabetic/Symbol
wxyzWXYZ9
Numeric
9
Alphabetic/Symbol
. , - _ ’ ! ? (space) 0
Numeric
0
Alphabetic/Symbol
Switch between upper-/lowercase
Numeric
* or . (decimal point)*
'*' is entered when [123] is selected in the character type selection, or '.' is entered when only numerals are entered and no
character type is selected.
Characters associated with different keys can be entered consecutively. To enter a character associated with the same key
after another, use cursor keys to move the cursor to the next entry position before entering it.
If you use cursor keys to move the cursor to an entry position apart from the end of the line and enter a character there,
spaces are automatically entered in between.
Entering Symbols
Press [Text] ([Right Select]) to display the Symbols screen. Use cursor keys to select the symbol you want to enter and
then press [OK].
Symbols:
a b
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>
?@[¥]^_`{|}~€
€ ٫ƒ„…†‡^‰
<‘’“”•–—˜™>¡¢£¤¥¦§¨©ª
[ Text
]
A-8
Appendix
Paper
This section explains the paper sizes and types that can be used in the paper source.
Cassettes 1
Supported paper sizes
No. of sheets
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II, 12 × 18", Letter,
Letter-R, Statement-R, Folio, 8K, 16K, 16K-R
216 × 340 mm
550 (64 g/m2)
500 (80 g/m2)
Cassettes 2 and the optional paper feeder (500-sheet x 2)
Supported paper sizes
No. of sheets
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II, 12 × 18", Letter,
Letter-R, Statement-R, Folio, 8K, 16K, 16K-R
216 × 340 mm
550 (64 g/m2)
500 (80 g/m2)
Optional large capacity feeder (1,500-sheet x 2)
Supported paper sizes
No. of sheets
3,500 (64 g/m2)
3,000 (80 g/m2)
A4, B5, Letter
Multi Purpose tray (MP tray)
Supported paper sizes
No. of sheets
A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R, B6-R, A6-R, Letter, Letter-R, Executive-R,
Statement, Folio, 16K, 16K-R
165 (64 g/m2)
150 (80 g/m2)
Other sizes:
Portrait - 3 7/8 to 11 5/8" or 98 to 297 mm
Landscape - 5 7/8 to 17" or 148 to 432 mm
A3, B4, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II,
12 × 18", 8K
55 (64 g/m2)
50 (80 g/m2)
Postcards (100 × 148 mm)
Return postcard (148 × 200 mm)
30
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Envelope C4, Envelope #10 (Commercial #10),
Envelope #9 (Commercial #9),
Envelope #6 (Commercial #6 3/4), Monarch, ISO B5, Youkei 2, Youkei 4
Other sizes:
Portrait - 3 7/8 to 11 5/8" or 98 to 297 mm
Landscape - 5 7/8 to 17" or 148 to 432 mm
10
Transparency (OHP film) (A4, A4-R, Letter, Letter-R)
10
A-9
Appendix
Basic Paper Specifications
This machine is designed to print on standard copy paper as used in regular ('dry') copiers and page printers such as laser
printers. It also supports a variety of other types of paper that conform to the specifications given in this appendix.
Be careful when choosing paper. Paper unsuitable for the machine may cause jams or may be wrinkled.
Supported Paper
Use standard copy paper for regular copiers or laser printers. The printing quality will be affected by the quality of paper.
Poor quality paper may result in unsatisfactory output.
Basic Paper Specifications
The following table lists the specifications of paper that is supported with this machine. Refer to the subsequent sections for
further details.
Criteria
Weight
Specifications
Cassettes: 60 to 256 g/m2
Multi purpose tray: 60 to 300 g/m2
Thickness
0.086 to 0.110 mm
Dimensional accuracy
±0.7 mm
Squareness of corners
90° ±0.2°
Moisture content
4 to 6%
Pulp content
80% or more
Note Some recycled paper does not meet requirements for use with this machine as listed in the Basic Paper
Specifications shown below, such as moisture or pulp content. For this reason, we recommend purchasing a small
amount of recycled paper as a sample for testing prior to use. Choose recycled paper that gives the best printing
results and contains low levels of paper dust.
We are not responsible for the problems occurred from the use of paper that does not conform to our specifications.
Choosing the Appropriate Paper
This section describes guidelines for choosing paper.
Condition
Avoid using paper with bent corners or that is curled, dirty, or torn. Do not use paper that has a rough surface or paper fiber
lint, or that is especially delicate. Use of paper in any of these conditions will not only deliver poor copies but may also cause
jams and shorten the useful life of the machine. Choose paper with a smooth and even surface; however, avoid coated paper
or paper with a treated surface as it may damage the drum or fusing unit.
Ingredients
Do not use paper such as paper that has been coated or surface-treated or paper that contains plastic or carbon. Those
types of paper may produce harmful fumes from the heat of printing and may damage the drum.
Be sure to use the standard paper that contains at least 80% pulp, i.e., not more than 20% of the total paper content consists
of cotton or other fibers.
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Supported Paper Sizes
Paper of the following sizes is supported by the machine.
Measurements in the table take into account a ±0.7 mm dimensional accuracy for length and width. Corner angles must be
90° ± 0.2°.
Multi Purpose Tray
Cassette or Multi Purpose Tray
A6-R (105 × 148 mm)
A3 (297 × 420 mm)
B6-R (128 × 182 mm)
B4 (257 × 364 mm)
Hagaki (100×148mm)
A4 (297 × 210 mm)
Oufuku hagaki (148 × 200 mm)
A4-R (210 × 297 mm)
Executive (7 1/4 ×10 1/2")
B5 (257 × 182 mm)
Envelope DL (110 × 220 mm)
B5-R (182 × 257 mm)
Envelope C5 (162 × 229mm)
A5-R (148 × 210 mm)
Envelope C4 (229 × 324mm)
Folio (210 × 330 mm)
ISO B5 (176 × 250 mm)
Ledger
Envelope #10 (Commercial #10) (4 1/8 × 9 1/2")
Legal
Envelope #9 (Commercial #9) (3 7/8 × 8 7/8")
Letter
Envelope #6 (Commercial #6 3/4) (3 5/8 × 6 1/2")
Letter-R
Envelope Monarch (3 7/8 ×7 1/2")
Statement-R
Youkei 2 (114 × 162 mm)
Oficio II
Youkei 4 (105 × 235 mm)
12 × 18"
Size Entry (98 × 148 to 297 × 1,220 mm)
8K (273 × 394 mm)
16K (273 × 197 mm)
16K-R (197 × 273 mm)
216 × 340 mm
Smoothness
The paper surface should be smooth, but it must be uncoated. With paper that is too smooth and slippery, several sheets
may accidentally be supplied at once, causing jams.
Basis Weight
In countries that use the metric system, basis weight is the weight in grams of one sheet of paper one square meter in area.
In the United States, basis weight is the weight in pounds of one ream (500 sheets) of paper cut to the standard size (or
trade size) for a specific grade of paper. Paper that is too heavy or too light may be supplied incorrectly or cause paper jams,
which may cause excessive wear of the machine. Mixed paper weight (i.e., thickness) may cause several sheets to be
supplied at once accidentally and may also cause blurring or other printing problems if the toner fails to adhere correctly.
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Thickness
Avoid using paper that is too thick or thin. Signs that paper may be thin include frequent problems with paper jams or with
several sheets being supplied at once. Paper jams may also indicate that the paper is too thick. The proper thickness is
between 0.086 and 0.110 mm.
Moisture Content
Paper moisture content is the ratio of moisture to dryness expressed as a percentage. Moisture affects how the paper is
supplied, the electrostatic chargeability of the paper, and how the toner adheres.
Paper moisture content varies depending on the relative humidity in the room. High relative humidity causes paper to
become damp, making the edges expand so it appears wavy. Low relative humidity causes paper to lose moisture, making
the edges tighten and weakening print contrast.
Wavy or tight edges may cause the paper to slip when it is supplied. Try to keep the moisture content between 4 to 6%.
To maintain the right level of moisture content, bear in mind the following considerations.
•
Store paper in a cool, well-ventilated place.
•
Store paper flat and unopened in the package. Once the package is opened, reseal it if the paper is not to be used for
a while.
•
Store paper sealed in the original package and box. Put a pallet under the carton to keep it raised above the floor.
Especially during rainy seasons keep the paper a sufficient distance away from wooden or concrete floors.
•
Before using paper that has been stored, keep it at the proper moisture level for at least 48 hours.
•
Do not store paper where it is exposed to heat, sunlight, or dampness.
Other Paper Specifications
Porosity: The density of the paper fibers.
Stiffness: Paper must be stiff enough or it may buckle in the machine, causing jams.
Curl: Most paper naturally tends to curl after the package is opened. When paper passes through the fixing unit, it curls
upward slightly. To deliver flat printouts, load the paper so that the curl faces towards the bottom of the paper tray.
Static electricity: During printing, paper is electrostatically charged so that the toner adheres. Choose paper that can be
discharged quickly so that copies do not cling together.
Whiteness: Paper whiteness affects print contrast. Use whiter paper for sharper, brighter copies.
Quality: Machine problems may occur if sheet sizes are not uniform or if corners are not square, edges are rough, sheets
are uncut, or edges or corners are crushed. In order to prevent these problems, be especially careful when you cut the paper
yourself.
Packaging: Choose paper that is properly packaged and stacked in boxes. Ideally, the packaging itself should have been
treated with a coating to inhibit moisture.
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Specially treated paper: We do not recommend printing onto the following types of paper, even if it conforms to the basic
specifications. When you use these kinds of paper, purchase a small amount first as a sample to test.
•
Glossy paper
•
Watermarked paper
•
Paper with an uneven surface
•
Perforated paper
Special Paper
This section describes printing onto special paper and print media.
The following paper and media can be used.
•
Transparencies
•
Preprinted paper
•
Bond paper
•
Recycled paper
•
Thin paper (from 60 g/m2 to105 g/m2 or less)
•
Letterhead
•
Colored paper
•
Prepunched paper
•
Envelopes
•
Cardstocks (Hagaki)
•
Thick paper (from 106 g/m2 to 300 g/m2 or less)
•
Labels
•
Coated paper
•
High-quality paper
When using these paper and media, choose those that are designed specifically for copiers or page printers (such as laser
printers). Use the multi purpose tray for transparencies, thick paper, envelopes, cardstocks, and label paper.
Choosing Special Paper
Although special paper that meets the following requirements can be used with the machine, print quality will vary
considerably due to differences in the construction and quality of special paper. Thus, special paper is more likely than
regular paper to cause printing problems. Before purchasing special paper in volume, try testing a sample to ensure the
print quality is satisfactory. General precautions when printing onto special paper are given below. Note that we are not
responsible for any harm to the user or damage to the machine caused by moisture or specifications of special paper.
Select a cassette or multi purpose tray for special paper.
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Transparencies
Transparencies must be able to withstand the heat of printing. Transparencies must meet the following conditions.
Criteria
Specifications
Heat resistance
Must withstand at least 190°C
Thickness
0.100 to 0.110 mm
Material
Polyester
Dimensional accuracy
±0.7 mm
Squareness of corners
90° ±0.2°
To avoid problems, use the multi purpose tray for transparencies and load transparencies with the long side facing the
machine.
If transparencies jam frequently at output, try pulling the leading edge of sheets gently as they are ejected.
Hagaki
Burrs
Burrs
Before loading Hagaki into the multi purpose tray, fan them and align the edges. If the Hagaki paper is curled, straighten it
before loading. Printing onto curled Hagaki may cause jams.
Use unfolded Oufuku hagaki (available at post offices). Some Hagaki may still have rough edges developed by a paper
cutter on the back side. Remove any such rough edges by placing the Hagaki on a flat surface and rubbing the edges gently
a few times with a ruler.
Envelopes
Use the multi purpose tray for envelopes.
Due to the structure of envelopes, printing evenly over the entire surface may not be possible in some cases. Thin envelopes
in particular may be wrinkled by the machine in some cases as they pass through. Before purchasing envelopes in volume,
try testing a sample to ensure the print quality.
Storing envelopes for a long period may cause them to become wrinkled. Thus, keep the package sealed until you are ready
to use them.
Keep the following points in mind.
Do not use envelopes with exposed adhesive. In addition, do not use the type of envelope in which the adhesive is exposed
after the top layer is peeled off. Serious damage may be caused if the paper covering the adhesive comes off in the
machine.
Do not use envelopes with certain special features. For example, do not use envelopes with a grommet for winding a string
to close the flap or envelopes with an open or film-covered window.
If paper jams occur, load fewer envelopes at once.
To prevent paper jams when printing onto multiple envelopes, do not allow more than ten envelopes to remain in the output
tray at once.
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Thick Paper
Before loading thick paper in the multi purpose tray, fan it and align the edges. Some thick paper may still have rough edges
developed by a paper cutter on the back side. Remove any such rough edges just as with Hagaki by placing the paper on
a flat surface and rubbing the edges gently a few times with a ruler. Printing onto paper with rough edges may cause jams.
Note If the paper is not supplied correctly even after it is smoothed, load the paper in the multi purpose tray
with the leading edge raised a few millimeters.
Label
Be sure to feed labels from the multi purpose tray.
For selecting labels, use extreme care so that the adhesive may not come in direct contact with any part of the machine and
that the labels are not easily peeled from the carrier sheet. Adhesives that stick to the drum or rollers and peeled labels
remaining in the machine may cause a failure.
When printing onto labels, you must be liable for the print quality and possible trouble.
Top sheet
Adhesive layer
Carrier sheet
Labels consist of three layers as shown in the illustration. The adhesive layer contains materials that are easily affected by
the force applied in the machine. The carrier sheet bears the top sheet until the label is used. This composition of labels
may cause more problems.
The label surface must be covered completely with the top sheet. Gaps between labels may cause peeling of labels,
resulting in a serious failure.
Some label paper has large margins on the top sheet. When using such paper, do not peel these margins from the carrier
sheet before completing output.
Allowed
Not allowed
Top sheet
Carrier sheet
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Use label paper that conforms to the following specifications.
Item
Specifications
Top sheet weight
44 to 74 g/m²
Basis weight
(overall paper weight)
104 to 151 g/m²
Top sheet thickness
0.086 to 0.107 mm
Overall paper thickness
0.115 to 0.145 mm
Moisture content
4 to 6 % (composite)
Colored Paper
Colored paper must conform to the specifications listed on page A-10. In addition, the pigments in the paper must be able
to withstand the heat of printing (up to 200°C or 392°F).
Preprinted Paper
Preprinted paper must conform to the specifications listed on page A-10. The colored ink must be able to withstand the heat
of printing. It must be resistant to silicone oil as well. Do not use paper with a treated surface such as glossy paper used for
calendars.
Recycled Paper
Recycled paper must conform to the specifications listed on page A-10; however, its whiteness may be considered
separately.
Note Before purchasing recycled paper in volume, try testing a sample to ensure satisfactory print quality.
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Specifications
IMPORTANT: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Common functions
Item
Description
Type
Desktop
Printing Method
Electrophotography by semiconductor laser, tandem drum system
Paper Weight
Paper Type
Paper Size
Warm-up Time
(22°C/71.6°F,
60%)
Paper Capacity
Output Tray
Capacity
Cassette 1, 2
60 to 256 g/m2
Multi Purpose
Tray
60 to 300 g/m2
Cassette 1, 2
Plain, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled, Vellum, Rough, Letterhead,
Color (Colour), Prepunched, Thick, High quality, Custom 1 to 8
(Duplex: Same as Simplex)
Multi Purpose
Tray
Plain, Transparency (OHP film), Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled,
Vellum, Rough, Letterhead, Color (Colour), Prepunched, Envelope,
Cardstock, Coated, Thick, High quality, Custom 1 to 8
Cassette 1, 2
Maximum: 12 × 18"/A3 (Duplex: 12 × 18"/A3)
Minimum: Statement-R/A5-R (Duplex: Statement-R/A5-R)
Multi Purpose
Tray
Maximum: 12 × 48"/304.8 × 1220.0 mm
Minimum: Statement-R/A6-R
Power on
FS-C8650DN:
30 seconds or less
Low Power
FS-C8650DN:
20 seconds or less
Sleep
FS-C8650DN:
30 seconds or less
Cassette 1
500 sheets (80 g/m2)
Cassette 2
500 sheets (80 g/m2)
Multi Purpose
Tray
A4/Letter or less
150 sheets (80 g/m2)
More than A4/Letter
50 sheets (80 g/m2)
Main tray
500 sheets (80 g/m2)
Job separator
250 sheets (80 g/m2)
(When the Documents Finisher is installed, 100 sheets.)
Image Write System
Semiconductor laser and electrophotography
Main Memory
Standard
1024 MB
Maximum
2048 MB
Hard Disk
Interface
160GB (standard)
Standard
USB Interface Connector: 1 (Hi-Speed USB)
USBPort: 2 (Hi-Speed USB)
Network interface: 1 (10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX/1000 BASE-T)
Option
Network interface: 1 (10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX/1000 BASE-T)
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Item
Operating
Environment
Description
Temperature
10 to 32.5°C/50 to 90.5°F
Humidity
15 to 80 %
Altitude
2,500 m/8,202 ft maximum
Brightness
1,500 lux maximum
Dimension (W × D × H)
(Main unit only)
26 19/32 × 30 63/64 ×29 13/32"
668 × 787 × 747 mm
Weight (with toner container)
235.8 lb/107 kg
Space Required (W × D)
(Using multi purpose tray)
38 29/64 × 30 63/64"
977 × 787 mm
Power Source
120 V Specification Model:
120 V AC 60 Hz 12.0 A
230 V Specification Model:
220 to 240 V AC 50/60 Hz 7.2 A
Options
Paper Feeder (500-sheet x2), Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2),
1,000-sheet Finisher, 4,000-sheet Finisher, Data Security Kit,
Folding Unit, Mailbox, Side Feeder (3,000-sheet),
Side Feeder (500-sheet x 3), Network Interface Kit,
Large Capacity Side Feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x2), Emulation Option, Hole
Punch Unit, USB Keyboard, Banner Tray, Wireless Network Interface Kit
Printing Speed
First Print Time
(A4, feed from
Cassette)
Black and White copying
55 sheets/min
27 sheets/min
FS-C8650DN
A4/Letter
A3/Ledger
Black and
White
FS-C8650DN:
4.9 seconds or less
Full color
FS-C8650DN:
6.2 seconds or less
Full color copying
50 sheets/min
25 sheets/min
Resolution
600 × 600 dpi
Operating System
Windows XP, Windows Server 2003/R2, Windows Vista, Windows 7,
Windows Server 2008/R2, Mac OS 10.4 or higher
Page Description Language
PRESCRIBE
Emulation
PCL6(PCL5c, PCL-XL), KPDL3 (PostScript3 compatible)
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Paper Feeder (500-sheet x 2) (Option)
Item
Description
Paper Supply
Method
Feed & reverse roller method
(No. Sheets: 500, 80 g/m2, 2 cassettes/No. Sheets: 550, 64 g/m2, 2 cassettes)
Paper Size
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5-R, A5-R, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II, 12 × 18", Letter, Letter-R,
Statement-R, Folio, 8K, 16K, 16K-R, 216 × 340 mm
Supported Paper
Paper weight: 60 - 256 g/m2
Media types: standard, recycled, Thick
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
23 35/64 × 27 35/64 × 12 13/32"
598 × 699.6 × 315 mm
Weight
Approx. 66.1 lbs. / Approx. 30 kg
Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2) (Option)
Item
Description
Paper Supply
Method
Feed & reverse roller method (No. Sheets: 3,000 (80 g/m2)/No. Sheets: 3,500 (64 g/m2))
Paper Size
A4, B5, Letter
Supported Paper
Paper weight: 60 - 256 g/m2
Media types: standard, recycled, Thick
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
23 35/64 × 27 52/64 × 12 26/64"
598 × 706.6 × 315 mm
Weight
Approx. 63.93 lbs / Approx. 29 kg
Side Feeder (500-sheet x 3) (Option)
Item
Description
Paper Supply
Method
Feed & reverse roller method
(No. Sheets: 500, 80 g/m2, 3 cassettes/No. Sheets: 550, 64 g/m2, 3 cassettes)
Paper Size
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5-R, A5-R, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II, 12 × 18", Letter, Letter-R,
Statement-R, Folio, 8K, 16K, 16K-R, 216 × 340 mm
Supported Paper
Paper weight: 60 - 256 g/m2
Media types: standard, recycled, Thick
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
23 35/64 × 28 11/32 × 21 7/64"
598 × 720 × 536 mm
Weight
Approx. 114.6 lbs. / Approx. 52 kg
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Large Capacity Side Feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x 2) (Option)
Item
Description
Paper Supply
Method
Feed & reverse roller method (No. Sheets: 500 sheets (80 g/m2) × 1 cassette, 1,500
sheets (80 g/m2) × 2 cassettes/No. Sheets: 550 sheets (64 g/m2) × 1 cassette, 1,750
sheets (64 g/m2) × 2 cassettes)
Paper Size
Tray 5
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5-R, A5-R, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II,
12 × 18", Letter, Letter-R, Statement-R, Folio, 8K, 16K, 16K-R,
216 × 340 mm
Tray 6, 7
A4, B5, Letter
Supported Paper
Paper weight: 60 - 256 g/m2
Media types: standard, recycled, Thick
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
23 35/64 × 28 11/32 × 21 7/64"
598 × 720 × 536 mm
Weight
Approx. 112.4 lbs / Approx. 51 kg
Side Feeder (3,000-sheet) (Option)
Item
Description
Paper Supply
Method
Feed & reverse roller method
(No. Sheets: 3,000, 80 g/m2/No. Sheets: 3,500 64 g/m2)
Paper Size
A4, B5, Letter
Supported Paper
Paper weight: 60 - 300 g/m2
Media types: standard, recycled, Thick
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
12 41/64 × 24 13/32 × 19 27/32"
321 × 620 × 504 mm
Weight
Approx. 55.1 lbs. / Approx. 25 kg
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1,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
Item
Number of Trays
Paper
Size
(80 g/m2)
Left Tray
(Nonstapling)
Description
1 tray
A3, B4, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II, 12 × 18", 8K: 500 sheets
A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, Letter, Letter-R, 16K: 1,000 sheets
Supported Paper
Weight
Stapling: 90 g/m2 or less
Stapling
A3, B4, B5-R, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II,
12 × 18", 216 × 340 mm, Folio, 8K, 16K-R
30 sheets (60 to 90 g/m2)
20 sheets (91 to 105 g/m2)
2 cover sheet only (106 g/m2 to 135 g/m2)
A4, A4-R, B5, Letter, Letter-R, 16K
50 sheets (60 to 90 g/m2)
40 sheets (91 to 105 g/m2)
2 cover sheet only (106 g/m2 to 135 g/m2)
Number
of Sheets
Media
types
Plain, Recycled, Prepunched
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
26 7/32 × 24 11 × 32 × 41 21/64"
666 × 618.5 × 1,050 mm
Weight
Approx. 66.1 lbs. or less / Approx. 30 kg or less
4,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
Item
Number of Trays
Paper
Size
(80 g/m2)
Stapling
Description
2 trays
Tray A
(NonStapling)
A3, B4, B5-R, Ledger, Legal, 8K: 1,500 sheets
A4, A4-R, B5, Letter, Letter-R, 16K, 16K-R, Folio: 4,000 sheets*, **
A5, B6, Statement-R: 500 sheets
Tray B
A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5, A5-R, Folio, Ledger, Legal, 12 × 18", A3, B4, 8K,Letter, Letter-R,
Statement-R, 16K, 16K-R: 200 sheets
Maximum
Number
A3, B4, B5-R, Ledger, Legal, Oficio II,
12 × 18", 216 × 340 mm, Folio, 8K, 16K-R
30 sheets (52 to 90 g/m2)
20 sheets (91 to 105 g/m2)
2 cover sheet only (106 g/m2 to 135 g/m2)
A4, A4-R, B5, Letter, Letter-R, 16K
65 sheets (52 to 90 g/m2)
55 sheets (91 to 105 g/m2)
2 cover sheet only (106 g/m2 to 135 g/m2)
Media
types
Plain, Recycled, Prepunched
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
23 29/32 × 26 5/16 × 41 25/32"
607.2 × 668.5 × 1,061.3 mm
Weight
Approx. 88.2 lbs or less / Approx. 40 kg or less
*
**
When the Folding Unit is installed, 3000 sheets.
2000 sheets when output is on the tray.
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Hole Punch Unit (Option)
Item
Description
Paper Size
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, Folio, 8K, 16K, Letter-R, Legal, 12 × 18", Statement-R, A5-R, B5-R,
16K-R
Paper Weight
45 - 300 g/m2
Media types
4,000-sheet Finisher
Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled,
Rough, Letterhead, Color (Colour), Prepunched, Thick,
Coated, High Quality
1,000-sheet Finisher
Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled,
Letterhead, Color (Colour), Prepunched, Thick,
Coated, High Quality
Mailbox (Option)
Item
Description
Number of Trays
7
Paper Size
(80 g/m2)
A3, B4, Ledger, Legal: 50 sheets
A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5-R, Letter, Letter-R, 216 × 340 mm, Executive, Folio, 8K, 16K,
16K-R, Statement-R, Oficio II: 100 sheets
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
20 1/16 × 15 3/4 × 18 1/2"
510 mm × 400 mm × 470 mm
Weight
Approx. 22 lbs. / Approx. 10 kg
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Center-Folding Unit (Option)
Item
Sizes
Number of Sheets
Maximum Number
for Storage
(80 g/m2)
Media types
Description
Bi-Fold
A3, B4, A4-R, Ledger, Legal, Letter-R, Oficio II, 8K
Saddle Stitch
A3, B4, A4-R, Ledger, Legal, Letter-R, Oficio II, 8K
Tri-Fold
A4-R, Letter-R
Bi-Fold
5 sheets (60 to 90 g/m2)
3 sheets (91 to 120 g/m2)
1 sheet (121 to 256 g/m2)
Saddle Stitch
16 sheets (60 to 90 g/m2)
13 sheets (91 to 105 g/m2)
1 cover sheet only (106 g/m2 or heavier)
Tri-Fold
5 sheets (60 to 90 g/m2)
3 sheets (91 to 120 g/m2)
Bi-Fold
5 sheets or less per set: 30 sets or more
6 to 10 sheets per set: 20 sets or more
11 to 16 sheets per set: 10 sets or more.
Saddle Stitch
5 sheets or less per set: 30 sets or more
6 to 10 sheets per set: 20 sets or more
11 to 16 sheets per set: 10 sets or more.
Tri-Fold
1 sheet per set: 30 sets or more
2 to 5 sheets per set: 5 sets or more
Bi-Fold
Plain, Bond, Recycled, Prepunched, High Quality
Saddle Stitch
Plain, Recycled, Prepunched
Tri-Fold
Plain, Recycled, Prepunched
Banner Tray (Option)
Item
Description
Max. number of
sheets
10 sheets (Multi Purpose tray)
Paper length
210 (8.26") to 304.8 (12") mm
Paper weight
Max. 1220 (48") mm
Paper Type
Paper weight: 136 to 163 g/m2
Paper type: Heavy 2
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
9 27/32 × 14 23/32 × 5 63/64"
250 × 374 × 152 mm
Weight
Approx. 0.78 lbs. / Approx. 0.352 kg
Note Consult your dealer or service representative for recommended paper types.
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Glossary
Auto Form Feed Timeout
During data transmission, the machine may sometimes have to wait until receiving the next data. This is the auto form feed
timeout. When the preset timeout passes, the machine automatically prints output. However, no output is performed if the
last page has no data to be printed.
Auto-IP
Auto-IP is a module that enables dynamic IPv4 addresses to be assigned to a device on startup. However, DHCP requires
a DHCP server. Auto-IP is a server-less method of choosing an IP address. IP addresses between 169.254.0.0 to
169.254.255.255 are reserved for Auto-IP and assigned automatically.
Auto Paper Selection
A function to automatically select paper in the same size as originals when printing.
Auto Sleep
A mode designed for electrical power saving, activated when the machine is left unused or there is no data transfer for a
specific period. In Sleep mode, power consumption is kept to a minimum.
Bonjour
Bonjour, also known as zero-configuration networking, is a service that automatically detects computers, devices and
services on an IP network. Bonjour, because an industry-standard IP protocol is used, allows devices to automatically
recognize each other without an IP address being specified or DNS server being set. Bonjour also sends and receives
network packets by UDP port 5353. If a firewall is enabled, the user must check that UDP port 5353 is left open so that
Bonjour will run correctly. Some firewalls are set up so as to reject only certain Bonjour packets. If Bonjour does not run
stably, check the firewall settings and ensure that Bonjour is registered on the exceptions list and that Bonjour packets are
accepted. If you install Bonjour on Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, the Windows firewall will be set up correctly for
Bonjour.
Default Gateway
This indicates the device, such as a computer or router, that serves as the entrance/exit (gateway) for accessing computers
outside the network that you are on. When no specific gateway is designated for a destination IP address, data is sent to
the host designated as the Default Gateway.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) that automatically resolves IP addresses, subnet masks, and gateway
addresses on a TCP/IP network. DHCP minimizes the load of network management employing a large number of client
computers because it relieves individual clients including printers from the IP address being assigned.
DHCP (IPv6)
DHCP (IPv6) is the next-generation of the Internet's Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and supports IPv6. It extends the
BOOTP startup protocol that defines the protocols used for transferring configuration information to hosts on the network.
DHCP (IPv6) permits the DHCP server to use its expanded functionality to send configuration parameters to an IPv6 node.
Because the network addresses that can be used are allocated automatically, the IPv6 node management workload is
reduced in systems where the administrator has to exercise close control over IP address allocation.
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dpi(dots per inch)
A unit for resolution, representing the number of dots printed per inch (25.4 mm).
EcoPrint Mode
A printing mode that helps save toner. Copies made in this mode are thus lighter than normal.
Emulation
The function to interpret and execute other printers' page description languages. The machine emulates operation of PCL6,
KPDL3 (PostScript 3 compatible).
FTP(File Transfer Protocol)
A protocol to transfer files on the TCP/IP network, whether the Internet or an intranet. Along with HTTP and SMTP/POP,
FTP is now frequently used on the Internet.
Grayscale
A computer color expression. Displayed images of this sort are typically composed of shades of gray, varying from black at
the weakest intensity to white at the strongest, without any other colors. Gray levels are displayed in numerical levels: that
is, white and black only for 1 bit; 256 gray levels (including white and black) for 8 bits; and 65,536 gray levels for 16 bits.
Help
A Help key is provided on this machine's operation panel. If you are unsure of how to operate the machine, would like more
information on its functions or are having problems getting the machine to work properly, press the Help key to view a
detailed explanation on the touch panel.
IP Address
An Internet protocol address is a unique number that represents a specific computer or related device on the network. The
format of an IP address is four sets of numbers separated by dots, e.g. 192.168.110.171. Each number should be between
0 and 255.
IPP
IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) is a standard that uses TCP/IP networks such as the Internet to enable print jobs to be sent
between remote computers and printers. IPP is an extension of the HTTP protocol used to view websites and enables
printing to be carried out via routers on printers in remote locations. It also supports the HTTP authentication mechanisms
along with SSL server and client authentication as well as encryption.
KPDL (Kyocera Page Description Language)
Kyocera's PostScript page description language compatible with Adobe PostScript Level 3.
Multi Purpose (MP) Tray
The paper supply tray on the right side of the machine. Use this tray instead of the cassettes when printing onto envelopes,
Hagaki, transparencies, or labels.
NetBEUI (NetBIOS Extended User Interface)
An interface, developed by IBM in 1985, as an update from NetBIOS. It enables more advanced functions on smaller
networks than other protocols such as TCP/IP, etc. It is not suitable for larger networks due to lack of routing capabilities to
choose the most appropriate routes. NetBEUI has been adopted by IBM for its OS/2 and Microsoft for its Windows as a
standard protocol for file sharing and printing services.
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PDF/A
This is "ISO 19005-1. Document management - Electronic document file format for long-term preservation - Part 1: Use of
PDF (PDF/A)", and is a file format based on PDF 1.4. It has been standardized as ISO 19005-1, and is a specialization of
PDF, which has been mainly used for printing, for long-term storage. A new part, ISO 19005-2 (PDF/A-2), is currently being
prepared.
POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3)
A standard protocol to receive E-mail from the server in which the mail is stored on the Internet or an intranet.
PostScript
A page description language developed by Adobe Systems. It enables flexible font functions and highly-functional graphics,
allowing higher quality printing. The first version called Level 1 was launched in 1985, followed by Level 2 that enabled color
printing and two-byte languages (e.g. Japanese) in 1990. In 1996, Level 3 was released as an update for the Internet access
and PDF format as well as gradual improvements in implementation technologies.
PPM (prints per minute)
This indicates the number of A4 size printouts made in one minute.
Printer Driver
The software to enable you to print data created on any application software. The printer driver for the machine is contained
in the CD-ROM enclosed in the package. Install the printer driver on the computer connected to the machine.
RA(Stateless)
The IPv6 router communicates (transmits) information such as the global address prefix using ICMPv6. This information is
the Router Advertisement (RA). ICMPv6 stands for Internet Control Message Protocol, and is a IPv6 standard defined in
the RFC 2463 "Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMPv6) for the Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Specification".
Send as E-mail
A function to send the image data stored in the machine as an E-mail attachment. E-mail addresses can be selected from
the list or entered at each time.
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
A protocol for E-mail transmission over the Internet or an intranet. It is used for transferring mail between mail servers as
well as for sending mail from clients to their servers.
Status Page
The page lists machine conditions, such as the memory capacity, total number of prints and scans, and paper source
settings.
Subnet Mask
The subnet mask is a way of augmenting the network address section of an IP address. A subnet mask represents all
network address sections as 1 and all host address sections as 0. The number of bits in the prefix indicates the length of
the network address. The term "prefix" refers to something added to the beginning and, in this context, indicates the first
section of the IP address. When an IP address is written, the length of the network address is indicated by the prefix length
after a forward slash (/). For example, "24" in the address "133.210.2.0/24". In this way, "133.210.2.0/24" denotes the IP
address "133.210.2.0" with a 24-bit prefix (network section). This new network address section (originally part of the host
address) made possible by the subnet mask is referred to as the subnet address. When you enter the subnet mask, be sure
to set the DHCP setting to Off.
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TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
TCP/IP is a suite of protocols designed to define the way computers and other devices communicate with each other over
a network.
TCP/IP (IPv6)
TCP/IP (IPv6) is based on the current Internet protocol, TCP/IP (IPv4). IPv6 is the next-generation Internet protocol and
expands the available address space, which resolves the problem of the lack of addresses under IPv4, while also
introducing other improvements such as additional security functionality and the capacity to prioritize data transmission.
USB (Universal Serial Bus)2.0
A USB interface standard for Hi-Speed USB 2.0. The maximum transfer rate is 480 Mbps. This machine is equipped with
USB 2.0 for high-speed data transfer.
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Index
Symbols
Paper Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-25
(Paper Width Guide) Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
D
Numerics
Daily Maintenance
1,000-sheet Finisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Staple Jam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4,000-sheet Finisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Staple Jam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4,000-sheet Finisher (Option)
Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-3
8-47
A-3
8-48
8-34
A
Alternative Emulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-33
Appendix. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Auto Paper Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-24
Auto Sleep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-24
B
Banner Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Bonjour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-24
Buzzer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-64
Data Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-94
Data Sanitization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-94
Data Security Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Date/Timer
Error Job Skip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-75, 6-76
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-24
DHCP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-24
DHCP (IPv6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-24
Display Bright. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-66
Document Finisher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
dpi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25
Duplex Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-30
Binding Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-30
Permitted with Custom Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-26
Duplex unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-29
Duplex Unit and Cassette 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-30
E
C
Canceling a Printing Job. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette
Loading Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette (1 to 4) Settings
Media Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32,
Paper Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-31,
Paper Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette 3 to 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette 5 (Option)
Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette 6,7 (Option)
Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Center-Folding Unit (Option)
Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning
Platen Cover / Glass Platen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Separator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slit Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfer Roller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Document processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning Brush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Color Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Common Settings
Display Jobs Log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Message Banner Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Custom Paper Size
Duplex Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Emptying the Punch Waste Box (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13
Replacing Staples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
Toner Container Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
Waste Toner Box Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
2-40
2-22
6-23
6-22
6-23
1-2
1-2
1-4
8-41
8-43
8-39
7-15
7-15
7-15
7-16
8-3
1-3
6-34
EcoPrint Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25
Emptying the Punch Waste Box (Option)
1,000-sheet Finisher (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13
4,000-sheet Finisher (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
Emulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25
Error Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-33
Status Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Emulation Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Energy Star Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
Error Detection
Paper mismatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-70
Error Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-66
Paper Jam before Staple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-70
Error Job Skip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-75, 6-76
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
F
Folding Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Font . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-39
Front Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
FTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25
G
6-81
6-82
6-16
Grayscale. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-26
Handles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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H
Index-1
1-2, 1-3
Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25
I
Indicator
Attention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-39
2-39
2-39
Installing
Macintosh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Printer Driver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5, 6-40, 6-56,
IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IPP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-11
2-8
2-9
6-92
A-25
A-25
Status Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Message Display
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-59
Status Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-38
Message display
Online help messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-19
Mode Selection Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-45
MP (Multi-Purpose) Tray
Media Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-35, 6-21
Paper Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-28
Paper Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-34, 6-19
MP Tray Priority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-29
Multi Purpose (MP) Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25
Paper Size and Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-33
Multi Purpose Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
N
J
Job Account setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Job Box
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Job Name. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Job Retention
Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Private Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Proof-and-Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Quick Copy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Job Separator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-98
4-35
6-39
4-24
4-31
4-29
4-25
1-2
K
Key
[Back] Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[Clear] Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[Document Box] Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[Left Select] Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[MENU] Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[OK] Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[Right Select] Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arrow Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Numeric keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-40
2-41
2-41
2-42
2-40
2-41
2-42
2-41
2-41
KPDL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25
L
Label . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-15
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-59
Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
NetBEUI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25
Network Interface Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Network Interface Kit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
O
Online help messages
for clearing paper jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-19
Operation Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2, 1-5
Option
1,000-sheet Finisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
4,000-sheet Finisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Data Security Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Document Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Emulation Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Folding Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Key Counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Large Capacity Feeder (1,500-sheet x 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Large Capacity Side Feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x 2) . . . . . A-3
Mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Network Interface Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2
Paper Feeder (500-sheet x2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Side Feeder (3,000-sheet) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Side Feeder (500-sheet x 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
ThinPrint Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
USB Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Wireless Network Interface Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Option Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
P
M
Machine Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Mailbox. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4, A-5
Main Power Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Main Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-119, 7-1
Automatic Color Adjustment Cycle Setting. . . . . . . . . . . 6-119
Color Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-120
Color Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-120, 6-123
Restart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-127
Manual staple mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Memory
Page Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-36
Paper
Appropriate Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10
Before Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21
Loading Envelopes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Loading in the Cassettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Loading in the Multi Purpose Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-28
Media Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32, 2-35, 6-21, 6-23
Paper Sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-31, 2-34, 6-19, 6-22
Paper Thickness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24, 6-25
Resets Customized settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-27
Size and Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-30, A-9
Index-2
Special Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-13
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10
Paper Cassette
Media Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32, 6-23
Paper Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-28
Paper Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-31, 6-22
Paper Feed Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-29
Paper Feeder
Media Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32, 6-23
Paper Feed source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-28
Paper Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-31, 6-22
Paper Feeder (500-sheet x2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Paper Jam
Bridge Unit (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-32
Cassette 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-19
Cassette 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-20
Cassettes 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-21
Inside the Right Covers 1, 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-26
Multi Purpose Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-25
Paper Jams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-16
4,000-sheet Finisher (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-34
Cassette 5 (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-41
Cassette 6,7 (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-43
Center-Folding Unit (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-39
Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-16
Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-16
Paper Length Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2, 2-22
Paper Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-31, 6-39
Paper stopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Paper Width Adjusting Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Paper Width Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Paper Width Guides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-23
PDF/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-26
POP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-26
PostScript . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-26
PPM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-26
Print
Copies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-36
Counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-16
Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-36
Print Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-34
Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
Print quality problems
troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
Printer Driver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8, A-26
Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Printing Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
R
RA (Stateless). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-26
Release key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Replacing Staples
1,000-sheet Finisher (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
4,000-sheet Finisher (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Resolution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-18
Right Cover 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Right Cover 1 Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Right Cover 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Right Cover 2 Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Right Cover 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Right Cover 3 Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
S
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-84
I/F Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-92
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-85
Separator
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Slit Glass
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
SMTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-26
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-17
1,000-sheet Finisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-21
4,000-sheet Finisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-21
Banner Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-23
Center-Folding Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-23
Common functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-17
Hole Punch Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-22
Large Capacity Feeder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-19
Large Capacity Side Feeder (500, 1,500-sheet x 2) . . . . A-20
Mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-22
Paper Feeder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-19
Side Feeder (3,000-sheet) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-20
Side Feeder (500-sheet x 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-19
Staple Jam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-47
1,000-sheet Finisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-47
4,000-sheet Finisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-48
Status Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4, A-26
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-26
Support Tray Section of the Multi Purpose Tray . . . . . . . . 1-2
Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
T
TCP/IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-27
TCP/IP (IPv6). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-24
ThinPrint Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
TIFF/JPEG Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-38
Timer Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-71
Toner Container
Setting When Color Toner Runs Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-71
Toner Container (Black). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Toner Container (Cyan) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Toner Container (Magenta) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Toner Container (Yellow) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Toner Container Release Lever. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Transfer Roller
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
print quality problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
U
USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-27
USB Interface Connector (B1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
USB Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
USB Memory
Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Remove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-15
USB Memory Slot (A1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
USB Port (A2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
User Name. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-39
Index-3
W
Waste Toner Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Waste Toner Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Wide A4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-37
Wireless Network Interface Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
X
XPS Fit to Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-37
Index-4
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