Panasonic All in One Printer DP-C106 User manual

Panasonic All in One Printer DP-C106 User manual
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Digital Color Imaging System
Documentation
Model No.
DP-C106
Options
DA-TL28C/TL26C/RM64C/RM128C/DU26C/SM112C/S27C
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Safety Notes, Compliances
Certifications, and Other Notices
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Panasonic shall not be liable for any loss or damage, including consequential
or special damages, resulting from the use of this information, even if loss or
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Safety Notes
Your DP-C106 and its supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict
safety requirements. These include safety agency examination and approval,
and compliance with established environmental standards. Please read the
following instructions carefully before operating the DP-C106.
Failure to follow the recommendations in this section may result in personal
injury or rescinding of the Dealer's Warranty/Maintenance Agreement.
WARNING
An improper connection to the DP-C106 grounding conductor can result in
electrical shock. Always connect the copier to a properly grounded wall
outlet. If in doubt, have the outlet checked by a qualified electrician.
Never use an extension cord between the copier power cord and an electrical
outlet.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord.
Do not place the DP-C106 where people may step on the power cord.
Follow all warnings and instructions that are marked on or supplied with the
DP-C106.
Never override or "cheat" electrical or mechanical interlock devices.
Always locate the DP-C106 on a solid support surface with adequate
strength for the weight of the copier.
Do not use the DP-C106 near water, wet locations, or outdoors.
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Never push objects of any kind into the slots in the covers, as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or
electric shock.
The DP-C106 is designed to prevent user access to unsafe areas and to
ensure that the device will not operate with the covers opened. Never attempt
any maintenance function that is not specified in the DP-C106 Operating
Instructions.
Never remove any covers or guards that require a tool for removal, unless
you are instructed to do so. Ensure that you read all Warnings and Cautions,
and follow each step in the instructions exactly as they are written.
Never attempt any activity that is not specified in the DP-C106 Operating
Instructions, or on the User Interface, or that is not specifically directed by an
authorized Panasonic representative.
Do not look directly at the exposure lamps. The exposure lamps are not
harmful but they are very bright and may cause discomfort. It is
recommended that the Scanner Cover be closed when the DP-C106 is in use.
Never operate the DP-C106 if unusual noises or odors are detected.
Disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet and call your local authorized
Panasonic service representative to correct any problems.
Maintenance Safety
Refer to these instructions as needed in order to ensure the safe operation
of the Copier/Printer.
Always use materials that are supplied or approved by Panasonic. Use of
other materials may result in poor performance and could create a hazardous
situation.
Do not use aerosol cleaners. Follow the instructions in the DP-C106
Operating Instructions for the appropriate cleaning methods.
Never use supplies or cleaning materials for purposes other than what they
were intended. Keep all supplies and cleaning materials out of the reach of
children.
Never place coffee or other liquids on the machine.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the machine.
The DP-C106 is equipped with an energy-saving device to conserve power
when not in use.
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Unplug the DP-C106 from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
•
When the power cord is damaged or frayed
•
If liquid has been spilled into the DP-C106
•
If the DP-C106 has been exposed to rain or water
•
If the DP-C106 is producing unusual noises or odors
If the system does not work or continues to malfunction after following the
Problem Solving procedures in the DP-C106 Operating Instructions, call your
local authorized Panasonic service representative.
Ozone Safety
Make sure that the machine is installed in a spacious or well-ventilated room
so as not to increase the amount of ozone in the air, since ozone is heavier
than air, it is recommended that air at floor level be ventilated.
Laser Safety
Use of controls, adjustments or performance procedures other than those
specified herein, may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.
This equipment complies with safety standards. With specific regard to laser
safety, the equipment complies with performance standards for laser products
set by government agencies as a Class I laser product and does not emit
hazardous lights, the beam is totally enclosed during all modes of customer
operation and maintenance.
.
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Safety Notes
FCC
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment
in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Responsible Party:
Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094
Technical Support:
Panasonic Document Imaging Company/
Technical Support Department
Two Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094
1-800-225-5329
Email: [email protected]
The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if any
unauthorized changes or modifications are made to this equipment.
Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance
with FCC regulations.
European Union
This product complies with the requirements of EC Council Directives
73/23/EEC amended by 93/68/EEC, and 89/336/EEC amended by
92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
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WARNING
This product is certified, manufactured and tested in compliance with strict
safety and radio frequency interference regulations. Any unauthorized
alteration, which includes the addition of new functions or the connection of
external devices, may impact this certification. Please contact your local
authorized Panasonic representative for a list of approved accessories.
WARNING
In order to allow this equipment to operate in proximity to Industrial, Scientific
and Medical (ISM) equipment, the external radiation from the ISM equipment
may have to be limited or special mitigation measures taken.
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WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may
cause radio frequency interference in which case the user may be required
to take adequate measures.
The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if any
unauthorized changes or modifications are made to this equipment.
Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance
with the Radio Communications Act of 1992.
Documentation Conventions
The following conventions are used throughout the Operating Instructions.
WARNING
Warnings alert you to potential hazard that could result in serious injury or
death.
CAUTION
Cautions alert you to operations that may result in minor injury or damage to
the machine.
Notes contain additional information, explanations, and helpful suggestions.
Keypoints provide techniques or shortcuts.
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1. Setting Up the DP-C106 ........................................................................................ 1-1
Preparing for the Installation..................................................................................... 1-1
Selecting a Location.............................................................................................. 1-1
Space Requirements for the DP-C106 Printer ...................................................... 1-2
Space Requirements Without the Optional 10 Bin Sorter.................................. 1-2
Space Requirements With the Optional 10 Bin Sorter....................................... 1-3
Checking the Installation Components .............................................................. 1-4
Installing the System Console .................................................................................. 1-5
Unpacking the Printer ............................................................................................... 1-9
Printer Installation ................................................................................................... 1-19
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit (option)...................................................................... 1-27
Loading Paper in the Paper Tray............................................................................ 1-35
Installing the Scanner Rack .................................................................................... 1-39
Installing the Scanner with ADF.............................................................................. 1-45
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter...................................................................................... 1-51
Switching the Power On ......................................................................................... 1-65
Switching the Power Off ......................................................................................... 1-66
Printing a Test Page from the Printer Control Panel ............................................... 1-67
Making a Test Copy from the Scanner ................................................................... 1-68
Adding Memory to the Printer ................................................................................. 1-69
Adding Memory to the Scanner .............................................................................. 1-75
Installing the Oversize Paper Tray/Transparency Tray (option).............................. 1-79
2. Getting to Know the DP-C106 .............................................................................. 2-1
Printer, Front View .................................................................................................... 2-1
Printer, Rear View..................................................................................................... 2-2
Printer, Internal View ................................................................................................ 2-3
Printer Control Panel ................................................................................................ 2-4
Scanner and Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) Components ............................... 2-5
Scanner Control Panel.............................................................................................. 2-7
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Options and Supplies................................................................................................ 2-9
Options.................................................................................................................. 2-9
Supplies .............................................................................................................. 2-10
3. System Administrator Functions ......................................................................... 3-1
Map to the Networking Chapters .............................................................................. 3-2
Guide to the Networking Chapters............................................................................ 3-3
4. Connecting to the Network................................................................................... 4-1
Supported Network Protocols and Frame Types ...................................................... 4-3
Quick Path to Installation .......................................................................................... 4-4
Ethernet Cabling ................................................................................................... 4-4
Parallel Cable Connection..................................................................................... 4-4
Mac OS Environment with AppleTalk.................................................................... 4-6
Windows Computers in a Novell Environment ...................................................... 4-7
Windows NT 4.0 Server Environment ................................................................... 4-8
Windows Computers Using Windows Printing ...................................................... 4-9
Unix and Windows NT. 4.0 Workstations on a TCP/IP Network.......................... 4-10
Parallel Port Connection ..................................................................................... 4-11
Connecting the DP-C106 to the Network................................................................ 4-12
5. Preparing for the Setup ........................................................................................ 5-1
Levels of Access and Control ................................................................................... 5-1
Printer Connections............................................................................................... 5-2
Passwords ............................................................................................................ 5-3
Where to Set Passwords ................................................................................... 5-3
Control Level Scenarios .................................................................................... 5-4
Fiery WebTools ........................................................................................................ 5-6
Network Server Setup Requirements.................................................................... 5-7
Ensuring the Printer Connection ........................................................................... 5-8
6. Setting Up the Network Server............................................................................. 6-1
Support for Fiery Utilities .......................................................................................... 6-1
Printing on a NetWare 3.x, 4.x, or 5.x Network......................................................... 6-2
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Overview of IPX Printing to the DP-C106 ................................................................. 6-3
Configuring a NetWare 3.x, 4.x, or 5.x Server for Printing ........................................ 6-4
Setting Up an NDS Connection............................................................................. 6-6
Setting the NetWare 4.x or 5.x Bindery Context.................................................... 6-6
Setting Up a NetWare Print Queue for Bindery..................................................... 6-7
Setting Up NetWare Windows Clients for Printing .................................................... 6-7
The DP-C106 on a TCP/IP Network with Windows NT 4.0....................................... 6-8
Configuring a Windows NT 4.0 Server .................................................................. 6-9
Adding the DP-C106 to the TCP/IP Network
(Windows NT 4.0) ................................................................................................. 6-9
Installing the DP-C106 as a Shared Printer ........................................................ 6-10
Configuring Clients of a Windows NT 4.0
or Windows 2000 Server..................................................................................... 6-11
Configuring the Server and Client Workstations for Fiery WebTools ...................... 6-12
Setting Up Fiery WebTools on the Printer........................................................... 6-12
Setting Up Fiery WebTools on a Client Workstation ........................................... 6-12
Accessing the Fiery WebTools............................................................................ 6-13
Changing the WebLink Destination ..................................................................... 6-13
The Printer on a Network with UNIX Workstations ................................................. 6-14
Setting Up the Printer on TCP/IP Networks ........................................................ 6-15
Setting Up Printing on UNIX Systems ............................................................. 6-15
Setting Up TCP/IP for Communication with the Printer ................................... 6-16
7. Performing the Setup from the Printer Control Panel........................................ 7-1
Set Up the Print Functions........................................................................................ 7-1
Top-level Menus.................................................................................................... 7-2
System Setup........................................................................................................ 7-3
Printer Setup ......................................................................................................... 7-4
PostScript Setup ................................................................................................... 7-5
PCL Setup............................................................................................................. 7-6
Specify Network Information..................................................................................... 7-7
Specify Network Protocol Options......................................................................... 7-8
Perform Network Services Setup............................................................................ 7-10
NDS Setup .......................................................................................................... 7-10
Bindery Setup ..................................................................................................... 7-13
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SMB Setup.......................................................................................................... 7-15
Print Information Pages .......................................................................................... 7-16
8. Installing User Software in a Windows 95/98/Me Environment ......................... 8-1
Overview of Installation............................................................................................. 8-2
Before You Begin...................................................................................................... 8-2
Installing PostScript or PCL Print Drivers ................................................................. 8-3
Installing the PostScript or PCL Print Drivers (Windows 95/98/Me) ...................... 8-3
Completing the Connection ...................................................................................... 8-7
Parallel Port Printing ............................................................................................. 8-7
To Prepare the Port for Parallel Port Printing in Windows 95 ............................ 8-7
To Prepare the Port for Parallel Port Printing in Windows 98/Me ...................... 8-9
Setting Up Parallel Port Printing ...................................................................... 8-12
Setting Up IPX/SPX Printing with Windows 95/98/Me......................................... 8-14
Setting Up SMB Printing on Windows 95/98/Me..................................................... 8-17
Setting Printer Options............................................................................................ 8-22
Installing Additional Software for Windows 95/98/Me ............................................. 8-23
Copying Printer Description Files ........................................................................ 8-24
Installing the ICM Profile ..................................................................................... 8-24
Loading the Working Space Profile Using Photoshop 5.0 ............................... 8-25
Loading the ICM Profile ................................................................................... 8-26
9. Installing User Software in a Windows 2000 Environment................................ 9-1
Overview of Installation............................................................................................. 9-2
Before You Begin...................................................................................................... 9-2
Installing the User Software for Parallel Port Printing ............................................... 9-3
Installing the Software for TCP/IP and LPR Printing
(New Installation of Windows 2000).......................................................................... 9-9
Installing TCP/IP and LPR Printing
(Upgrade Installation of Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000).................................. 9-13
Installing the User Software for IPX/SPX Printing................................................... 9-15
Installing the User Software for SPM Printing......................................................... 9-22
Installing the User Software for SMB Printing......................................................... 9-24
Setting Printer Options............................................................................................ 9-30
Installing Additional Software for Windows 2000 .................................................... 9-31
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Copying Printer Description Files ........................................................................ 9-32
Installing the ICM Profile ..................................................................................... 9-32
Loading the Working Space Profile Using Photoshop 5.0 ............................... 9-33
Loading the ICM Profile ................................................................................... 9-34
10. Installing User Software in a Windows NT 4.0 Environment ......................... 10-1
Overview of Installation........................................................................................... 10-2
Before You Begin.................................................................................................... 10-2
Installing the User Software for Parallel Port Printing
(Windows NT 4.0) ................................................................................................... 10-3
Installing the User Software for IPX Printing (Windows NT 4.0) ............................. 10-9
Installing the User Software for TCP/IP and LPR Printing
for Windows NT 4.0 .............................................................................................. 10-15
Installing the User Software for SMB Printing ...................................................... 10-18
Setting Printer Options.......................................................................................... 10-24
Installing Additional Software for Windows NT 4.0 ............................................... 10-25
Copying Printer Description Files ...................................................................... 10-26
Installing the ICM Profile ................................................................................... 10-26
Installing the ICM Profile on Windows NT 4.0 ............................................... 10-26
Loading the Working Space Profile using Photoshop 5.0.............................. 10-27
Loading the ICM Profile ................................................................................. 10-28
11. Installing User Software in a Macintosh OS Environment............................. 11-1
General Steps for Installing the User Software....................................................... 11-1
Setting Up the DP-C106 as a PostScript Printer ................................................. 11-2
Setting Up the DP-C106 in the Chooser ............................................................. 11-4
Installing Fiery Software and Fonts ..................................................................... 11-6
Installing Mac OS Software ............................................................................. 11-6
Installing Mac OS Runtime for Java ................................................................ 11-7
Installing Additional Software.................................................................................. 11-8
Loading Profiles .................................................................................................. 11-9
Setting the ColorSync System Profile.............................................................. 11-9
Loading the Monitor Settings File Using Photoshop 5.0 ................................ 11-10
Loading the ICC Printer Profile in Photoshop 4.0 .......................................... 11-11
Loading the ICC Printer Profile in Photoshop 5.0 .......................................... 11-12
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12. Installing the Fiery Software for Windows and Macintosh ............................ 12-1
Installing the Fiery Link Software ............................................................................ 12-1
Using the Software for the First Time ..................................................................... 12-2
Configuring a Connection for Fiery Link
for Windows and Macintosh OS .......................................................................... 12-2
Configuring the Connection to Fiery Servers
in a Local Subnet............................................................................................. 12-3
Manually Configuring the Connection to Fiery Printers.................................... 12-4
Configuring the Connection for Fiery Link
Using an Advanced IP Search......................................................................... 12-6
Configuring the Connection for Fiery Link
Using an Advanced Subnet Search................................................................. 12-9
Installing ColorWise Pro Tools for Windows and Macintosh OS........................... 12-12
Configuring a Connection for ColorWise Pro Tools........................................... 12-12
Modifying the Configuration ........................................................................... 12-14
Downloading Installers with Fiery WebTools ........................................................ 12-15
Setting Up Fiery WebTools ............................................................................... 12-15
Setting Up Fiery WebTools on the Printer ..................................................... 12-15
Setting Up Client Workstations
to Use Fiery WebTools .................................................................................. 12-16
13. Printing from the Windows Workstations ....................................................... 13-1
Printing from Applications ....................................................................................... 13-2
Setting Options and Printing with Windows 95/98/Me and Windows 2000 ......... 13-2
Configuring the PostScript Print Options for Windows 95/98/Me ........................ 13-3
Configuring the PCL Print Options for Windows 95/98/Me.................................. 13-5
Setting Options and Printing from Windows 2000 .................................................. 13-7
Using Saved Settings (Windows 95/98/Me and Windows NT 4.0) ...................... 13-9
Creating Saved Settings.................................................................................. 13-9
Loading Saved Settings................................................................................... 13-9
Deleting Saved Settings ................................................................................ 13-10
Modifying Saved Settings .............................................................................. 13-10
Exporting Saved Settings .............................................................................. 13-11
Importing Saved Settings .............................................................................. 13-11
Using Shortcuts .................................................................................................... 13-12
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Setting Print Options Using Shortcuts ............................................................... 13-12
Setting Print Options Using Page Shortcuts...................................................... 13-12
Working with Custom Page Sizes in Windows 95/98/Me or Windows 2000 ......... 13-13
Defining a Custom Page Size ........................................................................... 13-13
Printing a Custom Page Size ............................................................................ 13-14
Saving Files to Print at a Remote Location........................................................... 13-15
Setting Print Options for a Job with Windows NT 4.0 ........................................... 13-15
Setting Print Options for a PostScript Job (Windows NT 4.0) ........................... 13-16
Setting Print Options for all PostScript Jobs (Windows NT 4.0) ........................ 13-18
Setting Print Options for a PCL Job (Windows NT 4.0)..................................... 13-18
Setting Print Options for all PCL Jobs (Windows NT 4.0) ................................. 13-19
Printing with WebDownloader............................................................................... 13-20
14 Printing from the Macintosh OS Workstations ................................................. 14-1
Printing from Applications ....................................................................................... 14-1
Selecting the Printer in the Chooser.................................................................... 14-1
Setting Options and Printing from Mac OS Workstations.................................... 14-3
Printing from an Application ................................................................................ 14-5
Defining a Custom Page Size ................................................................................. 14-6
15. Using the Fiery WebTools ................................................................................ 15-1
Fiery WebTools Overview....................................................................................... 15-1
Accessing the Fiery WebTools ............................................................................... 15-3
Using the Status WebTool ...................................................................................... 15-4
Using the Installer WebTool.................................................................................... 15-5
Using WebDownloader ........................................................................................... 15-7
Font Manager ......................................................................................................... 15-8
16. Using Fiery Link ................................................................................................ 16-1
Fiery Link Tools ...................................................................................................... 16-4
Setting Preferences ................................................................................................ 16-6
Using My Fiery List of Fiery Link............................................................................. 16-8
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17. Using Fiery WebSpooler................................................................................... 17-1
Tracking and Managing Jobs with Fiery WebSpooler............................................. 17-1
Accessing the Fiery WebSpooler Window .......................................................... 17-2
About the Fiery WebSpooler Window ................................................................. 17-3
Job Icons............................................................................................................. 17-3
Job Types ........................................................................................................... 17-3
Manipulating Job Options and Job Flow ............................................................. 17-4
Overriding Job Option Settings ........................................................................... 17-6
Using the Job Log................................................................................................... 17-7
Displaying the Job Log........................................................................................ 17-7
Updating, Printing and Deleting the Job Log....................................................... 17-8
18. Performing the Setup from WebSetup ............................................................ 18-1
Accessing Setup ..................................................................................................... 18-1
Enabling Java Services .......................................................................................... 18-2
Accessing Fiery WebSetup..................................................................................... 18-3
General Setup Options ........................................................................................... 18-4
Server Setup........................................................................................................... 18-5
Network Setup ........................................................................................................ 18-8
Printer Setup......................................................................................................... 18-20
Exiting Setup ........................................................................................................ 18-23
19. Using ColorWise Pro Tools .............................................................................. 19-1
Calibrator ................................................................................................................ 19-1
Introduction ......................................................................................................... 19-1
Understanding Calibration................................................................................... 19-2
How Calibration Works .................................................................................... 19-2
Scheduling Calibration..................................................................................... 19-3
Checking Calibration Status ............................................................................ 19-4
Using a Densitometer.......................................................................................... 19-4
Setting Up the Densitometer ........................................................................... 19-4
To Connect the X-Rite DTP32 to the Computer .............................................. 19-4
Calibrating with ColorWise Pro Tools.................................................................. 19-5
To Calibrate the Copier Using Calibrator......................................................... 19-5
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To Restore Default Calibration Measurements................................................ 19-6
Expert Mode........................................................................................................ 19-6
Color Editor............................................................................................................. 19-6
Editing Profiles .................................................................................................... 19-7
To Edit a Simulation Profile in Master Mode
or an Output Profile in Custom Mode .............................................................. 19-7
To Edit a Simulation in Quick or Full Mode...................................................... 19-9
Undoing Simulation Edits .................................................................................. 19-10
To Undo Edits Made to a Custom Linked Simulation .................................... 19-10
Checking Edited Profiles ................................................................................... 19-11
To Check a Profile ......................................................................................... 19-11
Profile Manager .................................................................................................... 19-11
Setting the Default Profiles................................................................................ 19-12
To Specify a Default Profile ........................................................................... 19-13
Downloading Profiles ........................................................................................ 19-13
To Download a Profile ................................................................................... 19-13
Editing Profiles .................................................................................................. 19-15
Managing Profiles ............................................................................................. 19-15
To Back Up Profiles....................................................................................... 19-15
To Delete Profiles from the Fiery Hard Disk .................................................. 19-16
Defining Profiles ................................................................................................ 19-16
To Define a Profile......................................................................................... 19-16
Changing Global Settings ................................................................................. 19-17
To Change the Global Settings...................................................................... 19-17
20. Basic Copying ................................................................................................... 20-1
The Copier Control Panel ....................................................................................... 20-1
Copy Mode ............................................................................................................. 20-3
Auto Start ............................................................................................................ 20-4
The Copier Main Screen ..................................................................................... 20-4
Positioning the Originals ......................................................................................... 20-5
The Document Glass .......................................................................................... 20-5
The Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)............................................................. 20-7
Making a Copy...................................................................................................... 20-10
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21. Copy Features ................................................................................................... 21-1
Reduce/Enlarge ...................................................................................................... 21-1
Using the Reduce/Enlarge Feature ..................................................................... 21-2
Paper Supply .......................................................................................................... 21-4
Using Paper Trays 1, 2, and 3 ............................................................................ 21-4
Using the Bypass Tray ........................................................................................ 21-5
Loading the Bypass Tray................................................................................. 21-5
Loading Transparencies into the Bypass Tray................................................. 21-8
Loading Postcards into the Bypass Tray ......................................................... 21-9
Loading Envelopes in the Bypass Tray ......................................................... 21-10
Making a Copy Using the Bypass Tray.......................................................... 21-11
Color Mode ........................................................................................................... 21-12
Using the Color Mode Feature .......................................................................... 21-14
Lighten/Darken ..................................................................................................... 21-15
Using the Lighten/Darken Feature .................................................................... 21-15
Quality Adjustment................................................................................................ 21-16
Using the Sharpness Option ............................................................................. 21-16
Using the Color Level Adjustment ..................................................................... 21-17
Using the Background Mask Feature ................................................................ 21-18
Advanced Features............................................................................................... 21-19
Using the Output Feature.................................................................................. 21-20
Determining the Output with the Optional 10 Bin Sorter.................................... 21-21
Using the Erase Feature ................................................................................... 21-22
Using the 2-Sided Feature ................................................................................ 21-23
Using the 2 Up Feature ..................................................................................... 21-25
22. Tools Mode ........................................................................................................ 22-1
Meter Check ........................................................................................................... 22-1
Administrative Features .......................................................................................... 22-2
Defaults for Copy ................................................................................................ 22-4
Color ................................................................................................................... 22-7
Auto Color Adjust ................................................................................................ 22-9
Detect Document Size ...................................................................................... 22-11
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Auto Mode Change ........................................................................................... 22-12
Limit Copy Set................................................................................................... 22-13
Timer Preset ..................................................................................................... 22-14
Sound Preset .................................................................................................... 22-16
User Password.................................................................................................. 22-17
ADMIN Password.............................................................................................. 22-19
Version Information ........................................................................................... 22-20
Self Diagnostics ................................................................................................ 22-21
Transporting the Scanner.................................................................................. 22-22
23. Problem Solving ................................................................................................ 23-1
Avoiding Paper Jams.............................................................................................. 23-1
Printer Jam Clearance Areas.................................................................................. 23-2
ADF Jam Clearance Area....................................................................................... 23-3
Clearing a Paper Tray Jam..................................................................................... 23-5
Clearing a Duplex Unit/Kit Jam............................................................................... 23-7
Clearing Area 1 Jams ............................................................................................. 23-9
Clearing Area 2 Jams ........................................................................................... 23-13
Clearing Area 3 Jams ........................................................................................... 23-15
Clearing Area 4 Jams ........................................................................................... 23-17
Clearing Area 5 Jams ........................................................................................... 23-19
Clearing the Fuser Area .................................................................................... 23-19
Clearing the Upper Inverter............................................................................... 23-21
Clearing Area 6 Jams ........................................................................................... 23-25
Clearing Jams in the 10 Bin Sorter ....................................................................... 23-26
Copy/Print Quality Problems................................................................................. 23-27
Adjusting the Printer Color.................................................................................... 23-29
VisualCal........................................................................................................... 23-29
1. Print Limits Page ...................................................................................... 23-29
2. Gray Balance Page .................................................................................. 23-31
3. Comparison Page..................................................................................... 23-32
Printer Error Messages......................................................................................... 23-33
Printer Error Codes............................................................................................... 23-37
Scanner Error Codes ............................................................................................ 23-39
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10 Bin Sorter Error Messages .............................................................................. 23-41
Network Problem Solving ..................................................................................... 23-43
Problems During Setup from the Control Panel ................................................ 23-43
Network Protocol Setup Messages ................................................................... 23-44
Novell Problems During Network Setup ............................................................ 23-48
Novell Error Messages...................................................................................... 23-49
Runtime Printer Error Messages ....................................................................... 23-51
Name Table ...................................................................................................... 23-53
Printing Problems ................................................................................................. 23-54
On a Windows Workstation............................................................................... 23-54
On a Mac OS Workstation ................................................................................ 23-55
General Printing Problems ................................................................................ 23-56
Problems with Print Quality ............................................................................... 23-59
Job Management Problem Solving ....................................................................... 23-61
Job Management Error Messages .................................................................... 23-61
Unexpected Printing Results............................................................................. 23-63
Clearing the Printer ........................................................................................... 23-64
Users are Unable to Connect to the DP-C106 .................................................. 23-64
24. Maintenance ...................................................................................................... 24-1
Cleaning Procedures .............................................................................................. 24-1
Cleaning the Printer Covers ................................................................................ 24-1
Cleaning the Scanner.......................................................................................... 24-2
Document Glass and ADF Cover .................................................................... 24-2
Cleaning the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) ........................................... 24-3
Replacing the Toner Cartridges.............................................................................. 24-5
Replacing the Print/Copy Cartridge ........................................................................ 24-9
Replacing the Toner Waste Container.................................................................. 24-15
Storing the Supplies.............................................................................................. 24-17
Toner Cartridges ............................................................................................... 24-17
Handling Precautions .................................................................................... 24-17
Print/Copy Cartridge.......................................................................................... 24-18
Handling Precautions .................................................................................... 24-18
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25. Technical Data ................................................................................................... 25-1
Printer Specifications .............................................................................................. 25-1
Electrical Specifications .......................................................................................... 25-3
Emissions ............................................................................................................... 25-3
Supplies.................................................................................................................. 25-4
Fiery Server Hardware Components ...................................................................... 25-5
Font List.................................................................................................................. 25-6
PostScript Printer Fonts ...................................................................................... 25-6
Adobe Type 1 Fonts ........................................................................................ 25-6
PostScript TrueType Fonts ............................................................................... 25-12
PCL Printer Fonts ................................................................................................. 25-13
10 Bin Sorter Specifications.................................................................................. 25-14
A. System Administrator Tips ..................................................................................A-1
B. Print Options ........................................................................................................ B-1
Where to Set Print Options .......................................................................................B-1
Print Option Override Hierarchy................................................................................B-2
Default Settings ........................................................................................................B-2
Print Options Table ...............................................................................................B-3
More About Print Options......................................................................................B-9
Black Overprint ..................................................................................................B-9
CMYK Simulation Profile .................................................................................B-10
Electronic Collation..........................................................................................B-11
Custom Output Direction .................................................................................B-11
Duplex .............................................................................................................B-12
Output Profile...................................................................................................B-13
Page Range ....................................................................................................B-13
Rendering Style ...............................................................................................B-13
RGB Source Profile .........................................................................................B-14
Glossary
Index
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1
Setting Up the DP-C106
This chapter contains the hardware installation instructions only. To install the printer
driver software, go to the Installing Your User Software chapter. To install to the
network, go to the appropriate chapter for your operating system.
Preparing for the Installation
Before you begin the installation of your Panasonic DP-C106, read this entire
section. You must locate an appropriate site for the installation of the
DP-C106. Reading this section assists you with the decision making process.
Selecting a Location
WARNING
The wall outlet must be rated for 115 or 240 volts. It must also be protected
for at least 15 amps for 115 volts, or 8 amps for 240 volts. If you are in
doubt about a power source, ensure that a qualified electrician checks the
outlet.
Do not connect any other devices to the wall outlet designated for the
DP-C106.
Install the Panasonic DP-C106 in a location that meets the following
conditions:
•
The DP-C106 has a designated wall outlet.
•
The power cord cannot be stepped on, or be a tripping hazard.
•
The location has a level, stable surface.
DO NOT install the DP-C106 in a location that has any of the following
conditions:
•
In direct sun light
•
Near an air conditioner or heater
•
In a dusty place
•
Near an open flame
•
In a windy place
•
Near water
•
Where it might be subject to
vibration
•
Near a magnetic field
•
Where abrupt changes in temperature or humidity occur
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Setting Up the DP-C106
Preparing for the Installation
Space Requirements for the DP-C106 Printer
CAUTION
The Panasonic DP-C106 has ventilation openings on the side and rear,
which must remain unobstructed for safe operation. The Printer should be
located at least 6 and 1/2 inches (165 mm) from the wall. Obstructing the
ventilation openings could present a fire hazard.
Using the space requirements illustrated below ensures that the Printer has
the ventilation it requires. It also ensures that you have the space needed for
replacing the supplies.
Space Requirements Without the Optional 10 Bin Sorter
The following illustration is a top view of the printer.
6.5 inches (165 mm)
18 inches
23 inches
(457.2 mm)
(584.2 mm)
36 inches
(914.4 mm)
67 inches
(1702 mm)
63 inches
(1600 mm)
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Preparing for the Installation
Setting Up the DP-C106
Space Requirements With the Optional 10 Bin Sorter
The following illustration shows the dimensions for the largest configuration of
the Copier/Printer, which includes a Duplex Unit/Kit and a 10 Bin Sorter.
6.5 inches
(165 mm)
67 inches
1702 mm
22.75 inches
(569 mm)
36 inches
(900 mm)
36 inches
(914.4 mm)
23 inches
(584.2 mm)
81 inches
(2057 mm)
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Setting Up the DP-C106
Preparing for the Installation
Checking the Installation Components
Ensure that all of the components you ordered are available before you begin
the installation. All of the components are listed below.
•
Printer
•
Scanner with ADF
•
Scanner Rack
•
System Console
•
Duplex Unit (For North America) (optional)
Duplex Kit (Except North America) (optional)
You may need a phillips head and a flat blade screwdriver in order to
perform the installation of the DP-C106.
Following the instructions ensures that the DP-C106 components are installed
in the following order:
1.
System Console
2.
Printer
3.
Duplex Unit/Kit, if ordered
4.
Scanner Rack
5.
Scanner with ADF
6.
Accessories, if ordered
7.
Client Software (customer installed)
The First Step
If the DP-C106 was installed for you, go to Chapter 2. Getting to Know the
DP-C106.
Go to Installing the System Console procedure in this section.
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Installing the System Console
Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the System Console
To install the System Console, perform the following steps.
WARNING
You will need at least two people to remove it from the carton.
1.
Open the System Console carton.
2.
Remove the styrofoam and the plastic wrap from the top of the System
Console.
3.
With a person on each side of the box, grasp the crossbars in the
locations indicated by the labels.
4.
Lift the System Console from the box and place it in the selected
location.
5.
Lock the front casters as shown below.
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Installing the System Console
6.
Remove all the tape from the outside of the System Console.
7.
Pull the top paper tray open until it stops, and remove the packing
shown below.
8.
Close the top tray and repeat step 7 for the lower paper tray.
9.
Open the two paper trays.
WARNING
Use care when removing the packing from connectors and wire harnesses.
10. Remove the cardboard protector from the rear post shown below.
11. Close the two paper trays.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
12. Remove the tape from the paper feed area access door, and then open
the door.
13. Remove the cardboard packing shown below.
CAUTION
Open the Harness Access Cover before placing the Printer on top of the
System Console.
14. Close the paper feed area access door.
The Next Step
Go to the Unpacking the Printer procedure in this section.
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Installing the System Console
Unpacking the Printer
Setting Up the DP-C106
Unpacking the Printer
Read all the steps before performing this procedure. There are decisions to
make before removing the Printer from the packing.
Ensure that the following items are included in the carton:
1.
Remove the four cardboard supports and the Styrofoam packing from
the top of the Printer.
2.
Remove the cardboard tray from the top of the Printer and place it in a
safe place, out of the way of the installation.
The cardboard tray contains the following items:
•
One Print/Copy Cartridge Box
(with Toner Waste Container)
•
Four Toner Boxes
(Yellow, Cyan, Magenta and Black)
•
CD Package Containing one CD
(DP-C106 Printer Drivers,
Utilities & Documentation)
•
Installation Instructions Booklet
Operating Instructions Booklet
•
Power Cord
•
Output Tray
3.
Pull the plastic wrap that is around the Printer down around the pallet
and away from the bottom of the Printer.
4.
Before lifting the Printer from the pallet, read all the Warnings and
Cautions on the next page.
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Unpacking the Printer
WARNING
The Printer weighs 153 pounds (69.5 kg) without the Toner Cartridges and
the Print/Copy Cartridge installed. ALWAYS USE FOUR PEOPLE TO LIFT
THE PRINTER.
Ensure that you keep the Printer LEVEL. Please note that the rear of the
Printer is heavier than the front.
REAR
FRONT
WARNING
Ensure that you have a firm footing and bend your knees to avoid possible
back injuries. When lifting the Printer, face the machine and grip the
recessed areas shown in the illustration below.
NEVER lift the Printer by gripping any other area. The Printer could fall and
cause injuries.
5.
With a person at each corner, place your hands inside the plastic wrap,
in the positions shown below.
CAUTION
DO NOT lift or support the Printer by the Bypass Tray that is located on the
right-hand side.
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Unpacking the Printer
6.
Setting Up the DP-C106
Carefully, lift the Printer from the pallet.
CAUTION
Ensure that the Harness Access Cover is open before placing the Printer on
top of the System Console in step 8.
7.
Open the Harness Access Cover.
8.
Place the Printer on the System Console:
a.
Align the two pins in the System Console with the corresponding
holes in the Printer. Aligning the left rear covers of the two devices
will assist you in aligning the pins. Aligning the pins and the left
rear covers is shown below.
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9.
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Unpacking the Printer
b.
Remove the Paper Tray 2, and tighten the two Thumb Screws
shown below. Do not over tighten the Thumb Screws.
c.
Reinstall the Paper Tray 2.
Remove all the tape from the exterior of the Printer:
a.
Left side
b.
Right side
Unpacking the Printer
c.
Setting Up the DP-C106
Inside the Front Cover
10. Remove all the internal packing from the Printer by performing steps a
through m.
a.
Remove the spacer styrofoam labeled B.
b.
Remove the cardboard collar labeled H from the knob shown below.
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Unpacking the Printer
c.
Pull and remove the narrow strip labeled G from the Toner chamber.
d.
Press the Anti-rotation button to release the rotating chambers.
e.
Turn the Rotary Knob in the direction of the arrow, until it stops.
Pull and remove the next visible strip labeled G.
f.
Repeat steps c through e until all four of the strips labeled G are
removed from the Toner Carousel.
g.
Close the Front Cover.
h.
Pull open Paper Tray 1 until it stops. Remove the two spacers
labeled C and E, shown below.
Unpacking the Printer
Setting Up the DP-C106
i.
Close the Paper Tray 1.
j.
Gently pull the Fuser area open and remove the spacer labeled A.
k.
Lift the Fuser Pressure Release Lever to remove the spacer
labeled J, then lower the lever down until it stops.
l.
Close the Fuser area.
m.
Open the Bypass Tray and remove the spacer labeled F.
n.
Close the Bypass Tray.
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Unpacking the Printer
o.
Gently pull the handle until the Bypass Transport is completely
opened, then remove the two spacers labeled D.
p.
Close the Bypass Transport.
11. Close the Front Cover.
12. After installing the Printer on the System Console, perform the following
steps:
a.
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Remove the Rear Connector Cover from the rear of the Printer by
pressing down on the release latch while grasping under the Rear
Connector Cover, then pull it away from the Printer.
Unpacking the Printer
Setting Up the DP-C106
b.
Open the Harness Access Cover.
c.
Connect the two small connectors from the System Console into
the jacks in the Printer.
d.
While holding the Harness Access Cover on the System Console
closed, align the Rear Connector Cover to the plastic rails, and
slide it into the Printer.
The Next Step
Go to the Printer Installation procedure.
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Unpacking the Printer
Printer Installation
Setting Up the DP-C106
Printer Installation
Perform this procedure after the Printer is unpacked, and placed in a suitable
location.
If you are installing the 10 Bin Sorter, skip step 1 and go to step 2.
1.
Locate the Output Tray in the cardboard tray removed from the top of
the printer. Install the tray by performing steps a through c.
a.
Standing on the left-hand side of the Printer, hold the Output Tray
as shown.
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Do not place the metal spring into the hole. Ensure that the metal spring
extends down against the outside of the cover.
b.
Place the right-hand arm of the tray into the corresponding hole as
shown.
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c.
Printer Installation
Place the left-hand arm of the tray into the corresponding hole as
shown.
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2.
Install the Print/Copy Cartridge:
a.
Open the Front Cover of the Printer.
b.
Rotate the beige lever A in the direction of the arrows, until the dot
is aligned with the Unlocked symbol.
A
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Printer Installation
3.
Setting Up the DP-C106
Install the Print/Copy Cartridge:
a.
Remove the Print/Copy Cartridge from the box.
b.
Tear open the notched end of the silver protective bag and remove
the Print/Copy Cartridge.
CAUTION
DO NOT touch the blue surface of the drum. If the drum is scratched, or
contaminated with oil from your hand, the output can be degraded.
c.
Hold the cartridge by the strap. While keeping it level, remove the
foam wrapper.
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Printer Installation
d.
Holding the cartridge by the strap, align the guide with the Printer
rail.
e.
Push the cartridge all the way into the Printer until it snaps into
place.
f.
Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow until the dot is aligned
with the Locked symbol.
B
If lever B will not move to the Locked position, ensure that the cartridge is
inserted all the way into the Printer.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
g.
Rotate lever A in the direction of the arrow until the dot is aligned
with the Locked symbol.
A
4.
Install the Toner Cartridges:
Each Toner Cartridge chamber is designated for a specific color. Ensure
that the correct Toner Cartridge is installed into the corresponding color on
the chamber.
a.
Locate the correct Toner Cartridge box for the color of the current
chamber.
b.
Remove the Toner Cartridge from the box.
c.
Shake the cartridge seven or eight times as shown below.
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Printer Installation
d.
Align the arrow visible on the top of the cartridge with the Red Dot
sticker on the chamber (located at 11 o’clock position), insert the
cartridge into the Printer as far as it will go.
e.
Use the handle on the end of the cartridge to rotate the cartridge in
the direction of the arrow. Ensure that the dot on the cartridge is
aligned with the Locked symbol as shown.
CAUTION
Ensure that the cartridge is in the Locked position. If the cartridge is NOT in
the Locked position, Toner can spill into the Printer.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
f.
Press and release the Anti-rotation button.
g.
Rotate the Rotary Knob in the direction of the arrow until it stops at
the next chamber.
If the Toner Cartridge is not in the Printer all the way, the knob will not rotate.
5.
Repeat step 5 for the three remaining Toner Cartridges.
Rotate the carousel again to ensure that the last cartridge is inserted all the
way into the Printer.
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6.
Printer Installation
Close the Printer Front Cover.
The Next Step
If you have ordered the optional Duplex Unit/Kit, go to the Installing the
Duplex Unit/Kit procedure.
If you do not have a Duplex Unit/Kit, go to Loading Paper in the Paper Tray
procedure.
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Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit
Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit (option)
The Duplex Unit/Kit enables the DP-C106 to print two-sided output.
1.
2.
Open the Duplex Unit/Kit box and remove the contents:
•
Duplex Unit/Kit
•
Upper Inverter
•
Lower Inverter
•
Two Thumb Screws
•
Connector Cover (w/ Cutout)
•
Special Tool
Remove the Duplex Unit/Kit from the plastic wrap.
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3.
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit
Open Paper Tray 1.
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4.
Using a phillips head screwdriver, remove the screw shown below.
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5.
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To remove the cover, shift it to the right then pull it away from the Printer.
Discard the cover.
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit
6.
7.
Setting Up the DP-C106
Install the Duplex Unit/Kit:
a.
Align the rails on the tray with the rails in the Printer.
b.
Partially close the Duplex Unit/Kit and the paper tray.
Install the Lower Inverter:
Skip step a and go to step b, if the Output Tray is not installed.
a.
Gently squeeze the sides of the Output Tray toward each other in
order to remove the tray from the Printer.
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b.
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit
Using a screwdriver, remove the two screws from lower left-hand
cover of the Printer as shown below.
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8.
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c.
Remove the cover by shifting it to the front of the Printer then
pulling it away from the Printer. Discard the cover.
d.
Close the Duplex Tray and Paper Tray 1.
Using the Special Tool from the contents of the Printer carton, remove
the two Fuser Tray Caps (Plain) from the left-hand side of the Printer.
Discard the two covers.
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit
9.
Setting Up the DP-C106
Remove the Left Connector Cover (Plain) located on the lower left-hand
side of the Printer. DO NOT discard this cover.
CAUTION
Ensure that the small connector and cable on the left-hand side of the Lower
Inverter are pulled back out of the way.
10. Install the Lower Inverter as shown below.
SMALL
CONNECTOR
AND CABLE
The Lower Inverter does not install flush with the Printer covers.
a.
Install the two Thumb Screws from the contents of the box.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit
b.
Connect the small connector from the Lower Inverter to the small
jack located at the rear of the left-hand side of the Printer.
c.
Reinstall the Left Connector Cover (Plain).
11. Install the Upper Inverter:
a.
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Install the Upper Inverter into the Printer as shown.
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit
Setting Up the DP-C106
b.
Connect the tiny connector on the rear of the Upper Inverter to the
small jack in the access hole, as shown below.
c.
Install the new Connector Cover (w/ Cutout) into the access hole,
guiding the wires through the cutout in the cover.
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CAUTION
Use caution if you must rearrange the tiny wires on the connector in order to
close the Connector Cover.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the Duplex Unit/Kit
12. Reinstall the Output Tray if it was removed in step 7.
The Next Step
Go to the Loading the Paper in the Paper Tray procedure.
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Loading Paper in the Paper Tray
Setting Up the DP-C106
Loading Paper in the Paper Tray
When loading paper, use paper weight between 14 to 23 lbs. Refer to Types
of Paper in the Operating Instructions or the Color Materials Usage Guide on
the CD.
1.
From the front of the Printer, pull the paper tray out of the Printer as far
as it will go.
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If you are loading paper in the System Console paper trays, skip step 2. It is
not necessary to press down on the metal plate in Tray 2 or Tray3.
2.
Press down on the metal plate in the tray until it latches.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
Loading Paper in the Paper Tray
3.
Pinch the Horizontal and Vertical Paper Guides and move them away
from the center of the tray as far as they will go.
4.
Place the right edge of the paper stack against the right metal edge and
under the front right-hand side paper tab as shown below.
5.
Ensure that the paper stack does not cover the MAX guideline.
To avoid jams, load paper with the long edge against the side of the tray
when possible.
6.
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Adjust the two Paper Guides so that they lightly touch the edges of the
paper stack.
Loading Paper in the Paper Tray
Setting Up the DP-C106
Moving the guides too tight against the paper stack can cause a jam.
7.
Ensure that the vertical Paper Guide is aligned with the appropriate
paper size mark on the bottom of the tray.
Automatic paper size detection cannot occur if the vertical Paper Guide is
out of position.
8.
Push the paper tray firmly into the Printer.
9.
Repeat this procedure until all the trays are loaded with the desired
paper stock.
The Next Step
Go to the Installing the Scanner Rack procedure.
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Loading Paper in the Paper Tray
Installing the Scanner Rack
Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the Scanner Rack
You will need a phillips head screwdriver to perform this installation
1.
Open the Scanner Rack carton.
2.
Ensure that the following parts are included in the carton:
3.
1.
2.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1.
Right Leg
6.
Rear/Bottom Plate with casters
2.
Left Leg
7.
Spacer Bar
3.
Right Support
8.
2 Braces
4.
Left Support
9.
2 Stabilizing Feet
5.
Table Top
10. 2 Bumpers
6mm Hex Key, not shown
32 Screws (M4 x 10), not shown
8 Hex Screws, not shown
8 Lock Washers, not shown
8 Flat Washers, not shown
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Installing the Scanner Rack
3.
Attach the Left Leg and Right Leg to the Rear/Bottom Plate using eight
screws (M4 x 10) as shown below.
4.
Install the Spacer Bar between the tops of the two legs using four
screws (M4 x 10). You have just completed the Lower Assembly.
5.
Turn the Lower Assembly over.
6.
Install the two Stabalizing Feet, using four screws (M4 x 10) as shown.
Installing the Scanner Rack
7.
Setting Up the DP-C106
Place the table top face-down on the floor.
a.
Place the Left Support and the Right Support into the table top and
install the two screws (M4 x 10). This is the Upper Assembly
b.
Install four screws (M4 x 10) through the supports and into the top
of the table.
c.
Install eight screws (M4 x 10) through the two braces into the
positions shown below.
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Installing the Scanner Rack
8.
Turn the Upper Assembly over, and slide it into the legs of the Lower
Assembly. Line up the alignment mark of the Upper Assembly with the
height mark (3 settings) of the Lower Assembly according your height
requirements.
9.
Attach the two assemblies together with eight Hex Screws, Lock
Washers and Flat Washers using the Hex Key.
Installing the Scanner Rack
Setting Up the DP-C106
10. Install the two Bumpers into the rear slots of the bottom plate.
If the optional Duplex Unit/Kit is being installed, insert the Bumpers into the
front slots of the bottom plate.
11. Move the Scanner Table around the Printer as shown.
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The Next Step
Go to the Installing the Scanner with ADF procedure.
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Installing the Scanner Rack
Installing the Scanner with ADF
Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the Scanner with ADF
1.
Open the Scanner with ADF carton.
2.
Ensure that the following items are in the carton.
•
Scanner with ADF
•
Power Cord
•
Printer Interface Cable
•
Power Cable
3.
Remove the plastic from the top of the Scanner with ADF and push it
down the side of the carton away from the Scanner with ADF.
4.
With a person on each side of the box, place your hands inside the
plastic and under the Scanner with ADF.
5.
Lift the Scanner with ADF from the box and place it on the Scanner Rack.
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Installing the Scanner with ADF
6.
Ensure that the front Scanner feet are placed into the round recessed
areas on the top front of the Scanner Rack.
7.
Tighten the Thumb Screw, shown below, in order to secure the Scanner
to the Table Top.
8.
Remove the three Thumb Screws from the left-hand side of the Scanner.
Please store these screws in a safe place, or tape them to the rear of the
Scanner Rack. The screws lock the Scanner Drive into a secure position.
You will need them if the Scanner has to be moved.
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9.
Setting Up the DP-C106
Connect the Scanner cables by performing the following steps:
a.
Install one end of the Interface Cable to the rear of the Scanner,
and the other end to the left-hand side (Rear view) of the Printer.
b.
Connect the Power Cable between the Printer and the Scanner as
shown.
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c.
Installing the Scanner with ADF
Connect the cable to the back of the Scanner and tighten the two
screws.
10. Connect the Scanner Power Cord to the wall outlet and to the rear of the
Scanner.
11. Install the Exit Tray.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
The Next Step
If you are installing the optional 10 Bin Sorter, go to the Installing the 10 Bin
Sorter procedure. Otherwise, go to the Printing the Test Page procedure.
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Installing the Scanner with ADF
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
The 10 Bin Sorter is an optional accessory for the DP-C106. It attaches to the
left side of the unit and consists of 10 Bins and a high capacity bin.
The 10 Bin Sorter functions are available to copy jobs only. Sorting functions
are not available to print jobs.
1.
Ensure that there is adequate space for the unit to the left of the
Copier/Printer. The 10 Bin Sorter dimensions are as follows:
Width
17.2 in (437mm)
Height
28 in (710 mm)
Depth
19.1 in (484 mm)
An additional 14 in (356 mm) must be allowed to the left of the 10 Bin
Sorter to enable jam clearance.
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2.
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Review the 10 Bin Sorter components before installing the unit.
4
1
5
2
3
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1 Sorter Bins
2 High Capacity Bin
3 Attachment Plate
4 Jam Clearance Cover
5 Interface Cable
6 Connector Cover
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Setting Up the DP-C106
Unpacking the 10 Bin Sorter
Read all the steps before performing this procedure.
1.
Open the box. Remove the plastic bag with the Left Connector Cover (w/
Cutout).
2.
Remove the plastic bag.
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3.
Remove the cardboard inserts that hold the unit in place. Move any
plastic away from the bottom wheels of the 10 Bin Sorter.
4.
Gently tip the box so the 10 Bin Sorter is standing on its wheels
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Setting Up the DP-C106
CAUTION
When rolling an unattached 10 Bin Sorter, hold the unit from the inboard
side, not the bins. Do not press down on the attachment plate as this may
cause the unit to tip.
5.
Carefully roll the 10 Bin Sorter out of the box.
6.
Remove the plastic wrapping from around the 10 Bin Sorter.
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7.
Remove the tape and cardboard from the inboard side of the 10 Bin
Sorter.
8.
Remove the cardboard from the top of the 10 Bin Sorter. Remove the
cardboard protector and tape from the sorting bins. Remove the strap
around the high capacity bin. Remove any tape or cardboard from the
outboard side of the 10 Bin Sorter.
9.
Open the cover and remove any packing material inside it.
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Setting Up the DP-C106
CAUTION
Do not remove the plastic tie wrap on the metal roller under the jam
clearance cover. The tie wrap holds a sensor wire out of the way, as
illustrated in the figure below.
10. Remove the tape that is holding the Interface Cable in place. Keep the
cable wrapped to protect the connector.
11. Ensure that any remaining tape is removed from the unit.
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Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Connecting the 10 Bin Sorter
Read all the steps before performing this procedure.
CAUTION
Ensure that the power is Off on the Copier/Printer before you begin to install
the 10 Bin Sorter.
1.
Switch Off the Copier/Printer.
2.
Remove the Output Tray from the Copier/Printer.
3.
At the 10 Bin Sorter, extend the Attachment Plate.
CAUTION
Do not press down on the Attachment Plate as this may cause the unit to tip.
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4.
Setting Up the DP-C106
Perform one of the following:
•
If the DP-C106 does not have the optional Duplex Unit/Kit, ensure
that the vertical edge of the spacer plate is positioned to the right,
near the vertical edge of the attachment plate. No icon should be
visible in the spacer plate cut out. Proceed to step 5.
•
If the DP-C106 has the optional Duplex Unit/Kit, remove the spacer
plate using the two Thumb Screws. Position the plate so its vertical
edge is to the left and Thumb Screws align with the holes in the
base of the extension. Ensure that the Duplex Unit/Kit icon is visible
in the spacer plate cut out. Tighten the Thumb Screws.
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5.
Align the 10 Bin Sorter with the left side of the DP-C106 so the Thumb
Screws on the plate align with the holes in the left cover of the
Copier/Printer. The upper horizontal edges of the alignment plate should
fit under Jam Clearance Area 5.
6.
Tighten the Thumb Screws on the front and rear of the alignment plate.
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Setting Up the DP-C106
7.
Remove the Left Connector Cover (Plain) that is below the power plug
on the left side (Rear view) of the Copier/Printer.
8.
Remove the protective plastic wrap from the 10 Bin Sorter Interface
Cable and Connector.
9.
Plug in the Interface Cable Connector.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
CAUTION
Be careful not to squeeze or disconnect any of the wires or the Interface
Cable with the cover in the following step.
10. Remove the new Left Connector Cover (w/ Cutout) from the plastic bag.
Holding the cable to the left (Rear view) cutout side of the opening, place
the lower edge into the opening and push the new Left Connector Cover
(w/ Cutout) up into place.
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Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Setting Up the DP-C106
11. Slide the 10 Bin Sorter to the right into position.
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The Next Step
Go to the Printing the Test Page procedure.
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Installing the 10 Bin Sorter
Printing the Test Page
Setting Up the DP-C106
Switching the Power On
1.
Press the Power Switch to the On (I) position on the Printer.
2.
Press the Power Switch to the On (I) position on the left-hand side of the
Scanner.
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The DP-C106 performs a registration setup, then after a few moments
messages indicating the Scanner is ready are displayed on the Printer
Control Panel and on the Scanner Control Panel.
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Setting Up the DP-C106
Printing the Test Page
Switching the Power Off
1.
Ensure that the READY message is displayed on the two Control Panels.
Do not switch Off the power if any other message is displayed. There may
be a problem, or if the DP-C106 is networked, it may be receiving data.
2.
Press the Power Switch to the Off (O) position on the Scanner only.
The Scanner controls the power for the Printer, therefore it is not necessary
to switch Off the power on the Printer.
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Printing the Test Page
Setting Up the DP-C106
Printing a Test Page from the Printer Control Panel
Print the test page in order to ensure that the Printer is functioning. An
original document is not required. The Test Page can be generated from the
Printer Control Panel.
For a quick overview of the Control Panel, refer to the Getting to Know the
DP-C106 section of the Operating Instructions.
ARROW buttons
MENU button
1010
0101
0010
C/
ITEM/ENTER button
1.
Ensure that READY is displayed on the Printer Control Panel Screen.
2.
Press the Printer MENU button repeatedly until the message PRINT
PAGES FROM LIST is displayed on the Control Panel Screen.
3.
Press the ITEM/ENTER button.
PRINT CONFIGURATION appears on the Control Panel.
4.
Press the ( ) ARROW button until PRINT TEST PAGE appears on the
Control Panel.
5.
Press the ITEM/ENTER button.
PROCESSING JOB FROM TRAY 1 is displayed.
After a moment the Test Page is delivered to the Output Tray on the top
of the Printer.
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Printing the Test Page
Making a Test Copy from the Scanner
For a quick overview of the Scanner Control Panel, refer to Getting to Know
the DP-C106 section of the Operating Instructions.
Copy button
Start button
1.
Ensure that READY is displayed on the Printer Control Panel Screen.
2.
Lift the Scanner Cover and place an original on the Document Glass.
3.
Press the Copy button to enter Copy mode.
4.
Press the Start button on the Scanner Control Panel.
After a moment the copy is delivered to the Output Tray on the top of the
Printer.
5.
Remove the original from the Document Glass.
The Next Step
Perform one of the following steps:
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•
If you are adding memory to the Printer, go to the Adding Memory to the
Printer procedure.
•
If you are adding memory to the Scanner, go to the Adding Memory to
the Scanner procedure.
•
If you are not adding memory, go to Getting to Know the DP-C106
section of the Operating Instructions.
Adding Memory to the Printer
Setting Up the DP-C106
Adding Memory to the Printer
You will need a phillips head screwdriver to perform this procedure.
CAUTION
•
Protect the Memory Card from static electricity by keeping it in the antistatic bag until you are ready to install it.
•
Handle the card by the top or side edges only. Do not touch the card
components or the gold connector edge.
•
Avoid placing the card near magnetic devices, such as a PC Monitor.
•
Avoid exposing the card to direct sunlight, high temperatures, or
humidity.
1.
Switch Off the power to the Printer and to the Scanner.
2.
Remove the three screws from the upper right-hand side panel of the
Printer.
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3.
Adding Memory to the Printer
Slide the panel to the rear and lift to remove. The memory card slots are
located behind the panel.
•
The upper slot contains the 64MB memory card, already installed
•
The lower slot is empty.
4.
If you are replacing the 64MB memory card with one or two memory
cards, go to step 6. If you are adding another memory card to the
existing 64MB memory, perform step 5.
5.
Remove the additional Memory Card from the anti-static bag.
a.
Separate the clips and slide the card into the lower slot below the
64MB memory card.
b.
Using your thumbs, press the card into the slot until it clicks.
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c.
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Go to step 7.
Adding Memory to the Printer
6.
Setting Up the DP-C106
To replace the 64MB memory card perform the following steps:
a.
In order to remove the 64MB memory card separate the two clips
on the sides of the card slot using your thumbs.
b.
When the clips are separated, remove the 64MB card.
c.
Remove the new Memory Card from the anti-static bag.
d.
Place the 64MB memory card in the anti-static bag.
e.
Slide the new Memory Card into the upper slot.
f.
Using your thumbs, press the card into the slot until it clicks.
g.
If you are installing a second card, slide it into the lower slot and
press it into place.
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Adding Memory to the Printer
7.
Insert the left-hand side Printer panel into place as shown below.
8.
Press the panel closed and slide it to the front of the unit.
9.
Reinstall the three screws into the side panel.
Adding Memory to the Printer
Setting Up the DP-C106
10. Switch On the Printer and the Scanner power.
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11. After a few moments, READY is displayed on the control panel.
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Adding Memory to the Printer
The Next Step
Perform one of the following steps:
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•
If you are adding memory to the Scanner, go to Adding Memory to the
Scanner procedure.
•
If you are not installing memory to the Scanner, go to the Getting to
Know the DP-C106 section of the Operating Instructions.
Adding Memory to the Scanner
Setting Up the DP-C106
Adding Memory to the Scanner
The Scanner Memory Card enables 2-Sided copying.
You will need a flat blade screwdriver to perform this procedure.
CAUTION
•
Protect the Memory Card from static electricity by keeping it in the antistatic bag until you are ready to install it.
•
Handle the card by the top or side edges only. Do not touch the
memory card components or the gold connector edge.
•
Avoid placing the memory card near magnetic devices, such as a PC
Monitor.
•
Avoid exposing the memory card to direct sunlight, high temperatures,
or humidity.
1.
Switch Off the power to the Scanner and unplug the Power Cord.
2.
Locate the access cover on the left side of the Scanner.
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Adding Memory to the Scanner
3.
Press the latch toward the front, and remove the access cover from the
Printer.
4.
Using a Slotted Blade Screwdriver, loosen 2 screws on the Memory
Protective Cover and remove it.
5.
Remove the Memory Card from the anti-static bag.
6.
With the card connector facing upwards, align the card to the rails in the
access slot, then push the memory card into the Scanner as far as it will
go.
Adding Memory to the Scanner
Setting Up the DP-C106
7.
Align the screws on the end of the memory card to the holes in the rear
Printer cover.
8.
Use a Slotted Blade Screwdriver to tighten the screws.
9.
Replace the access cover, plug the Power Cord into the Scanner and
switch On the power.
10. After a few moments, READY is displayed on the printer control panel.
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Adding Memory to the Scanner
The Next Step
Go to the Installing the Oversize Paper Tray/Transparency Tray (option)
section of the Operating Instructions.
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Installing the Oversize Paper Tray/Transparency Tray (option)
Setting Up the DP-C106
Installing the Oversize Paper Tray/Transparency Tray (option)
The optional Oversize Paper Tray (DA-TL28C) can be used for oversized
paper.
The optional Transparency Tray (DA-TL26C) can be used for OHP.
1.
Open the carton box and remove the packing.
Packing
<Oversize Paper Tray>
(DA-TL28C)
2.
<Transparency Tray>
(DA-TL26C)
Remove the current Paper Tray.
2
2
1
3.
Install Oversize Paper Tray/Transparency Tray.
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4.
Installing the Oversize Paper Tray/Transparency Tray (option)
Place the Tray Label on the Front Panel of Tray , if necessary.
<Oversize Paper Tray>
(DA-TL28C)
<Transparency Tray>
(DA-TL26C)
2
2
1
12.9 x 18
1
A3-Over
OHP
The Next Step
Go to the Getting to Know the DP-C106 section of the Operating Instructions.
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5
6
4
7
3
8
2
9
1
10
Printer, Front View
1.
Paper Tray 1 – place paper supply here
2.
Duplex Unit/Kit – option that allows two-sided printing
3.
Front Cover – open to access the Toner Cartridges and the Print/Copy
Cartridge
4.
Control Panel – use to access the Printer menus and to view messages
5.
Printer Output Top Tray – the prints are delivered here
6.
Paper Stop – use to stop oversized prints from being pushed out of the
Output Tray. The Paper Stop is adjustable up to 17 x 11 inch (B4) paper
7.
Top Right-hand Cover – open to add additional memory
8.
Bypass Tray – use for transparencies, envelopes, postcards, or other
stock
9.
Bypass Transport – open to access paper jams
10. Paper Feed Area – open to access paper jams
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Printer, Rear View
13
12
11
14
15
16
Printer, Rear View
11. Scanner Power Connector –provides power to the Scanner
12. Scanner Interface Connector – provides interface to the Scanner
13. Area 4 Access Cover – open to access paper jams
14. Printer Side Output Tray – copies are delivered to this tray
15. Printer Power Switch – use to switch the Printer power Off and On
16. Printer Power Cable Connector – connect the Printer Power Cable
here
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Printer, Internal View
Getting to Know the DP-C106
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20
21
18
22
23
17
Printer, Internal View
17. Toner Carousel Access – the four Toner Cartridges are installed one at
a time, through this opening
18. Fuser Jam Clearance Area – the Fuser applies heat to the Toner in
order to adhere it to the paper
19. Anti-rotation Lever – use to release the Toner Carousel in order to
remove and replace the Toner Cartridges
20. Lever B – used to lock the Print/Copy cartridge in position
21. Print/Copy Cartridge – use to transfer copy/print image to media
22. Knob – used to manually turn the carousel in order to access the Toner
Cartridges
23. Lever A – the Print/Copy Cartridge is accessed through here
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Printer Control Panel
1
9
2
4
3
1010
0101
0010
C/
8
7
6
5
Printer Control Panel
2-4
1.
Control Panel Screen – use to view the system status, menu options,
problem messages, and fault codes
2.
(
3.
MENU button – use to step through the Printer menus
4.
OFFLINE button– use this button to change the system status from online to off-line and back again
5.
CLEAR/STOP button – use this button to Clear an entry, Stop a
procedure or Cancel an operation and to return to the READY menu
6.
ITEM/ENTER button– use this button to select options displayed on the
screen
7.
ERROR Indicator – this indicator is lit when an error has occurred
8.
PROCESSING Indicator – this indicator is lit when Printer is processing
a job
9.
ONLINE Indicator – this indicator is lit when the system is on-line
) ARROW buttons – use to view listed options in a menu
Scanner and Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) Components
Getting to Know the DP-C106
4
3
1
6
5
2
Scanner and Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) Components
The ADF comes mounted to the Scanner. Its components are illustrated and
described by numbers 3 through 6.
1.
Scanner Control Panel – use to access the DP-C106 features and
options
2.
Memory Expansion Slot – provided for the 1 to 2 Side Copy option
3.
Document Input Tray – place the originals to be scanned here
4.
Original Exit Tray – scanned originals are delivered here
5.
Document Cover Handle – use to access the Document Glass
6.
Access Cover – raise to access the feed rollers and to clear jams
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Scanner and Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) Components
7
8
2-6
7.
Registration Guide– align the original with the Registration Guide
8.
Document Glass – supports the original for scanning
Scanner Control Panel
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16
18
15
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20
19
13
12
11
1
10
2
9
8
3
7
4
5
6
Scanner Control Panel
1.
Control Panel Screen – use to view the system status, menu options,
problem messages, and fault codes
2.
Copy button – use to change the system from the on-line mode to
copying mode
3.
Tools button – provides access to the administration features
4.
Clear All button – use to clear the selected option and reset the system
to the defaults
5.
Stop button – use to stop the copying process
6.
Start button – use to start the copying process
7.
Numeric Keypad – use to enter copy quantity and passwords
8.
Exit button – use to return to the previously displayed screen message
9.
Select button – use to save the currently selected features and options
10. (
menu
) ARROW (Menu) buttons – use to view listed options in a
11. Advanced Features button – use to access the Output, Erase, 2-sided,
and 2 Up features
12. Quality Adjustment buttons – use to access the quality adjustment
screen in order to change the Sharpness and the Color Level of the
copies
13. Contrast Dial – use to lighten or darken the Control Panel Screen
14. Paper Supply (
tray
)ARROW buttons – use to select the desired paper
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15. Zoom (
400%
Scanner Control Panel
) ARROW buttons – use to select Reduce/Enlarge from 25-
16. Reduce/Enlarge (
) ARROW buttons – use to select one of the
preset reduction or enlargement settings
17. Reduce/Enlarge indicators – indicates which setting is currently
selected
18. Paper Supply indicators – indicates which paper tray is currently
selected
19. Color Mode button – use to access color mode options
20. Lighten/Darken button – use to lighten or darken the output
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Options and Supplies
Getting to Know the DP-C106
Options and Supplies
The DP-C106 is a digital Color Copier/Printer which can produce images with
great color and clarity. Furthermore, its copying/printing functionality can also
be greatly enhanced by the addition of the following options and supplies.
We hope you find that the wide ranging capabilities will make your officeplace more productive and efficient.
Options
Part Name
Part No.
Description
10 Bin Sorter
DA-S27C
The 10 Bin Sorter can sort or stack up
to 10 sets of copies in the bins. It can
also be used to stack up to 500 sheets
in the high capacity bin. The ADF is
required for full functionality.
112MB Image
Memory
Upgrade
DA-SM112C
Add 112MB of memory to scanner for 2
sided copying.
64MB Memory
Upgrade
DA-RM64C
128MB Memory
Upgrade
DA-RM128C
Up to 256MB capacity of memory for
the Printer.
(Except Europe)
Duplex Unit
(Except North
America: Duplex
Kit )
DA-DU26C
(For North
America)
DA-DU27C
(Except North
America)
Oversize Paper
Tray
DA-TL28C
This tray handles paper stock up to
12 x 18 inches in size.
Transparency
Tray
DA-TL26C
This tray can handle up to 100
transparencies. (8.5 x 11" only)
Enables 2-Sided printing.
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Options and Supplies
Supplies
Part Name
2-10
Part No.
1 Black Toner Cartridge
DQ-UR26K
1 Cyan Toner Cartridge
DQ-UR26C
1 Magenta Toner Cartridge
DQ-UR26M
1 Yellow Toner Cartridge
DQ-UR26Y
1 Print/Copy Cartridge
DQ-UH26X
1 Toner Waste Container
DQ-BF28X
3
System Administrator Functions
This chapter provides an introduction to system administrator functions
as well as a guide to the documentation. It includes the following:
•
A flowchart that lists system administration functions in the order
they are generally performed. It also provides a map to the
networking chapters.
•
A table that lists common system administrator functions and
provides references to the appropriate chapters
The Fiery utilities enable remote users to view server functions. Users
may also have the ability to manage jobs remotely if the system
administrator has assigned them such privileges. For a more detailed
introduction, refer to the chapter Using the Fiery WebTools.
You should also refer to the table of contents and index for assistance
in locating information.
The DP-C106 is referred to as a Printer in chapters that refer primarily to its
printing capabilities.
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System Administrator Functions
Map to the Networking Chapters
The following flowchart provides the general order of system
administration tasks for the DP-C106 from installation through printing.
Chapters that are below the main flowchart do not have to be
performed in any particular order and may be used as needed after
initial installation. Refer to the chapters for details.
Connecting to the Network
Setting Up the Network Server
Performing the Setup from
the Printer Control Panel
Installing User Software
(Windows 2000)
Installing User Software
(Windows 95/98/Me)
Installing User Software
(Windows NT 4.0)
Installing User Software
(Macintosh OS)
Installing the Fiery Software
Printing from Windows
Workstations
Printing from Macintosh OS
Workstations
Using the Fiery WebTools
Using Fiery Link
Using Fiery WebSpooler
Using ColorWise Pro Tools
to Calibrate the Printer
System Administrator Tips
3–2
Performing the Setup from
WebSetup (Remote)
Technical Information,
Including Font List
Problem Solving
Print Options
System Administrator Functions
Guide to the Networking Chapters
Administration features are provided in the user software package and
are built into the DP-C106. The following table indicates where
information about these features is located.
For these operations:
And these tasks:
Refer to:
Connecting and setting up the
printer; modifying printer setup
Connecting the DP-C106 and
performing initial Setup from
the control panel
Preparing for the Setup
Setting up network servers
Setting up servers to manage
and share printing services
Setting Up the Network Server
Setting printer defaults,
including modes, imaging,
paper size handling, and error
handling.
Installing User Software in a
Windows 95/98/Me
Environment
Setting up the printing
environment
Performing the Setup from the
Printer Control Panel
Novell Documentation
Installing User Software in a
Windows 2000 Environment
Installing User Software in a
Windows NT 4.0 Environment
Installing User Software in a
Macintosh OS Environment
Installing the Fiery Software
for Windows and Macintosh
Publishing the Print queue, the
Direct Connection, or the Hold
queue for end users.
Setting Up the Network Server
Protecting the integrity of user
jobs and maintaining the
consistency of printer settings
Setting passwords
Setting Up the Network Server
Setting up all new users
Setting up printing, including
installing PS and PCL printer
drivers, and PPD and PDD
files.
Setting up the job environment
Novell Documentation
Novell Documentation
Installing optional user
software.
Installing color reference
pages (CMYK swatches,
PANTONE Reference, color
sample pages)
Preparing users to access
Fiery WebTools.
Installing User Software in a
Windows 95/98/Me
Environment
Installing User Software in a
Windows 2000 Environment
Installing User Software in a
Windows NT 4.0 Environment
Installing User Software in a
Macintosh OS Environment
Installing the Fiery Software
for Windows and Macintosh
Setting Up the Network Server
Novell Documentation
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System Administrator Functions
For these operations:
Getting users started with
printing
And these tasks:
Setting up printing to the
DP-C106. Setting job-specific
options.
Using Fiery Utilities
Refer to:
Printing from the Windows
Workstations
Printing from the Macintosh
OS Workstations
Setting printing options in
printer properties windows or
in applications printing
windows
Setting and overriding print
options
Print options
Controlling the job flow
Using Fiery WebTools and
Fiery utilities for managing
jobs, tracking current jobs,
canceling jobs, printing jobs in
the Hold queue, or reprinting
from the Printed or Hold
queues.
Using the Fiery WebTools
Modifying the printer setup
remotely
Performing Setup procedures
from the WebSetup utility
Performing the Setup from
WebSetup
Calibration and color
management
Printing with CMYK
simulations
Using ColorWise Pro Tools
Refer also to the section
Setting Print Options in the
Installing User Software for
your operating system.
Calibrating the DP-C106.
Printing color samples swatch
pages. Installing the color
profiles.
Maintaining optimum DP-C106
performance
Tips
Problem solving
Solving Setup Problems
Deleting jobs and clearing
queues
Printing, printer, and user
software troubleshooting.
3–4
System Administrator Tips
Problem Solving
4
Connecting to the Network
This chapter discusses the basic stages of connecting the printer to the
network, provides an overview of network requirements and protocol
diagrams, and describes how to physically connect the printer to an
established network.
Network installation is generally performed by a network or printing
administrator and involves four stages:
•
Physical connection of the printer to the network and to the server.
If this step includes preparation of a network node and routing of
the printer network cable, refer to the network documentation for
specific installation instructions.
•
Configuring UNIX, Windows NT 4.0 and IPX (Novell) network
servers to provide client access to the DP-C106 as a color
PostScript or PCL printer. No special configuration of AppleShare
servers is required. Refer to Setting up the Network Server.
•
Setting up the printer for the network environment. At the Printer
Control Panel, configure the Server Setup, Network Setup, and
Printer Setup. You can then configure the remaining setup
options from the Printer Control Panel or remote workstation with
WebSetup. You can also calibrate the DP-C106. Refer to
Performing the Setup from the Printer Control Panel and Using
ColorWise Pro Tools.
4–1
Connecting to the Network
•
Preparing each client workstation that will be printing to the
DP-C106. Install the appropriate printer drivers and print
description files and connect the workstation to the network.
When appropriate, install Fiery utilities and an Internet browser.
Verify the printer in the list of printers and run a test print. Refer to
the Installing User Software for your operating system.
The system administrator is responsible for monitoring and maintaining
system performance and troubleshooting any network problems that
arise. For more information, refer to Problem Solving.
4–2
Connecting to the Network
Supported Network Protocols and Frame Types
The DP-C106 supports TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, and AppleTalk protocols
(rules that enable computers on a network to communicate with each
other). These protocols are supported on Mac OS, Windows, and
UNIX platforms. All can be simultaneously active. Workstations that
use other protocols can print through a server that uses one of the
protocols mentioned.
The following table lists supported protocols, printing services, frame
types and platforms:
Protocol
Printing Services
Frame Types
Platforms
Novell IPX/SPX
PServer (Printer Server)
Ethernet 802.2
Windows NT
Enables printing in
NetWare networks.
Ethernet 802.3
Ethernet_II
Windows
95/98/Me
Can run in bindery and
NDS modes.
Ethernet SNAP
Windows 2000
Ethernet_II
Windows NT
Supports up to 8
servers and an NDS
connection.
TCP/IP
LPD (Line Printer
Daemon), the standard
TCIP/IP printing
protocol
Windows 2000
Solaris 2.4
SunOS 4.1.x
http protocols for web
pages
Enables printing in
TCP/IP networks using
LPR clients.
Supports direct socket
interface with port 9100.
TCP/IP
AppleTalk
SMB (Server Message
Block), the protocol that
supports Windows File
and Print Sharing.
Ethernet_II
Windows NT
PAP (Printer Access
Protocol)
Ethernet SNAP
Macintosh
(EtherTalk Phase 2
only)
Windows 2000
Windows
95/98/Me
Windows 2000
4–3
Connecting to the Network
Quick Path to Installation
The DP-C106 can use Ethernet cabling to multiple workstations. It also
supports a parallel cable connection to a single workstation.
Ethernet Cabling
The standard Ethernet cabling includes the following:
•
Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), defined as Category 5 for
100Base-TX (Fast Ethernet)
•
Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), Category 3, 4, or 5 for use with
10Base-T
The cable uses an 8-pin RJ-45 connector that plugs into the RJ-45
socket on the printer.
Do not attach cables to more than one Ethernet connector; only one
Ethernet connection can be made at any one time.
Parallel Cable Connection
The DP-C106 can also accept print jobs from a Windows computer
through its high-speed, bi-directional parallel port. This connection is
useful for portable computers and for workstations that use dedicated
networks using protocols other than AppleTalk, TCP/IP, or IPX.
Parallel port connections can be used simultaneously with network
connections.
The parallel port accepts a bidirectional Centronics-type (IEEE-1284)
printer cable.
The diagrams on the following pages illustrate typical system
installations. Refer to the page with your preferred platform and
network type. For actual installation and setup, refer to the chapters
that are appropriate to your system.
4–4
Connecting to the Network
The illustrations are logical diagrams are not intended to describe the
physical arrangement (topology) of devices on the network. A variety of
physical arrangements is possible with each logical arrangement.
If the network uses more than one protocol or more than one type of
workstation, combine the setups listed for each component of your
system. Multiple protocols (illustrated as parallel lines) can run on the
same cable. A solid connection from the printer with an arrow indicates
that other supported network types can be operational at the same
time.
The IPX/SPX, TCP/IP and AppleTalk functionality outlined in this section is
available on Ethernet networks only.
The protocols used in these diagrams are illustrated as follows:
IPX (Novell)
Parallel
AppleTalk
Other
TCP/IP (lpd,
SMB or http)
4–5
Connecting to the Network
Mac OS Environment with AppleTalk
Another
supported
protocol
Printer
AppleTalk
Mac OS Workstation
Mac OS Workstation
Mac OS Workstation
AppleTalk protocol
4–6
Mac OS Workstation can print
directly and use Fiery Utilities
Connecting to the Network
Windows Computers in a Novell Environment
Another
supported
protocol
Printer
NetWare Server
IPX
TCP/IP (http) for
Fiery WebTools
Windows Workstation:
NetWare Client
Windows Workstation:
NetWare Client
IPX protocol
SPX protocol
(TCP/IP or AppleTalk possible)
Windows Workstation:
NetWare Client running SPX
Printing on this network:
All Windows Workstations can print
through the NetWare Server
For using Fiery WebTools:
A Windows 95/98/Me Workstation
with TCP/IP (http) loaded
4–7
Connecting to the Network
Windows NT 4.0 Server Environment
Another
supported
protocol
Printer
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
or Windows NT Server
acting as Print Server
LAN with
NETBEUI, etc.
TCP/IP (lpd) for Printing
TCP/IP (http) for Fiery WebTools
TCP/IP for Fiery Utilities
Windows
Workstation
Windows
Workstation
NETBEUI or other protocol
available on the Workstations
and the Server
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
with TCP/IP loaded
TCP/IP
Printing on this Network:
Windows 95/98/Me Workstations can print
using a protocol available on the Windows
NT 4.0 Print Server. Windows 4.0 machines
can print using TCP/IP with the lpd protocol.
For Using Fiery Utilities and WebTools:
A Windows NT 4.0 Workstation with TCP/IP
loaded
4–8
Connecting to the Network
Windows Computers Using Windows Printing
Another
supported
protocol
Printer
TCP/IP (SMB)
Windows
Workstation
Windows
Workstation
Windows
Workstation
TCP/IP (SMB) protocol
For Windows Printing:
Windows 95/98/Me and NT 4.0
Workstation
Window (SMB) printing enabled
4–9
Connecting to the Network
Unix and Windows NT 4.0 Workstations on a TCP/IP Network
Another
supported
protocol
Printer
UNIX Server
or Workstation
TCP/IP (lpd and http)
TCP/IP Client Workstation
TCP/IP (lpd) protocol
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
with TCP/IP loaded
Printing on this Network:
UNIX Workstations with the TCP/IP (LPD) protocol
can print directly and act as the host for shared
printing
TCP/IP Workstations can print through the UNIX
Server or directly; requires TCP/IP and the LPR
Print Service loaded
For running Fiery Utilities and WebTools:
Only a Windows 95/98/Me, NT 4.0, or Mac OS
Workstation with TCP/IP loaded can use these
applications
4–10
Connecting to the Network
Parallel Port Connection
A supported
network protocol
Parallel input
Printer
Protocol not
directly supported
PC Workstation,
Server or Laptop
Parallel
With the Parallel Port enabled,
the printer can accept and print
jobs sent to its parallel port
4–11
Connecting to the Network
Connecting the DP-C106 to the Network
Complete the following steps before you configure the DP-C106 and
the workstations that will print to it:
1.
Ensure that the DP-C106 is plugged in, switched On, and
functioning properly.
2.
Prepare the network servers to share DP-C106 software and to
enable networked users to print to the printer.
3.
Power Off the DP-C106.
CAUTION
Do not attach cables to more than one Ethernet connector; only one
Ethernet connection can be made at any one time.
4.
5.
4–12
Connect the appropriate network cable to the printer:
•
For UTP cable for 100Base-TX or 10Base-T, connect the
RJ-45 cable connector to the RJ-45 socket on the back of
the printer.
•
For parallel cabling, connect the Centronics cable to the
parallel port on the back of the printer. Connect the other
end of the cable to the parallel port on the Windows
workstation. Power On the workstation and the DP-C106.
Configure network servers for printing. Refer to Setting Up the
Network Server.
5
Preparing for the Setup
Successful printing requires careful setup. This chapter leads you
through the pre-setup preparation. It also introduces Fiery WebTools,
focusing on the utilities used in setup.
Levels of Access and Control
When you configure the printer during Setup as system administrator,
you will implement a particular level of control by enabling or not
enabling print connections, passwords, and access to Fiery WebTools.
The level of control can range from strict to moderate to minimal or
none.
•
Strictest control might be appropriate for a high-volume printing
environment where an administrator or operator controls the job
flow and all printing. Jobs sent from client workstations are stored
(spooled) to the printer hard disk until the operator releases them
to the print queue. In this type of configuration, only the system
administrator and lead operator have access the job management
tools.
•
Least control might be appropriate for a small site where anyone
on the local network can access and control all printing and
printer functions. Although there may be an administrator or
operator charged with certain duties, all users have equal access
to the system and job management tools.
5–1
Preparing for the Setup
Printer Connections
The DP-C106 supports three print connections:
•
Hold Queue — Jobs that are sent to the Hold queue are spooled
to the printer hard disk for printing at a later time or for repeated
printing. Because the Hold Queue is a storage place, jobs sent to
it cannot be printed without being released through the job
management tools.
•
Print Queue — This is the standard printer queue. Jobs sent to
the Print queue are processed and printed in the order received.
Jobs prioritized by an operator from the job management tools
and jobs sent through the Direct connection can take priority over
jobs sent to the Print queue.
•
Direct Connection — This Connection transmits jobs directly to
the printer, but only when the printer is not processing another job.
If the printer is busy, the job remains at the user workstation until
the printer is ready. The job is then processed as soon as the
previous job is finished and before the next queued job is
processed.
Jobs sent to the Direct Connection are not stored on the printer
hard disk and cannot be selected for reprinting, moving, or
deletion. Therefore, this connection provides a measure of
security for sensitive files. Jobs sent to the Direct Connection are
displayed in the Job Log. You cannot use the Direct Connection
for lpd printing over TCP/IP.
To download fonts to the printer, you must publish the Direct
Connection.
These print connections can be enabled or published in Printer Setup.
All published connections are constantly checked for the presence of
jobs. To use the Fiery Utilities and Fiery WebTools, enable either the
Hold Queue and/or the Print Queue.
The Print Queue and Direct Connection give remote users more direct
access to the printer than the Hold Queue. Therefore, the Print Queue
and Direct Connection should not be published in environments that
require stricter control.
In addition, you can enable the Printed Queue, a storage area for the
most recent jobs from the Print Queue, and specify the maximum
number of jobs retained. Using jobs management tools, a user can
reprint jobs in the Printed Queue.
5–2
Preparing for the Setup
Passwords
Passwords provide a means of controlling access to printer functions:
•
Administrator passwords provide the highest level of control,
since the administrator has access to Setup and can control the
printing and job management environment. Administrator
privileges include publishing print connections, setting passwords,
deleting fonts, clearing the printer of all job data, and setting the
WebLink help page destination.
When the Printer Control Panel prompts you for the Administrator
password, you must enter it immediately or the control panel
returns to an Idle state and you must start over again.
•
Operator passwords enable control of print jobs from the job
management tools (including the ability to override job settings),
the ability to perform printer calibration, and the ability to override
calibration settings.
•
Guests do not require passwords to log into job management
tools. Guests are limited to viewing job status; they cannot make
changes to jobs or to the printer setup.
By default, no passwords are set on the printer. If you do not
specifically set passwords, all users will have administrator privileges,
which include access to important functions such as Setup (including
setting passwords) and job control. It is strongly recommended that
you set at least an Administrator password to protect the printer from
random or accidental changes to Setup.
Where to Set Passwords
Administrator passwords can be set at the Printer Control Panel or in
Fiery WebSetup.
Operator passwords can be set at the Printer Control Panel or in Fiery
WebSetup.
5–3
Preparing for the Setup
Control Level Scenarios
Typical scenarios of access and control, ranging from least control to
strictest control, are described below. Select the scenario that best
matches your site requirements, and then refer to the corresponding
number in the table for guidance on how to configure your system for
those requirements.
It is strongly recommended you set at least an Administrator password
to prevent unauthorized changes to system settings.
•
Least Control (not recommended)—No designated administrator
or operator
All users have equal access to all system functions including
Setup, clearing the printer, deleting printer fonts, performing
calibration, printing to all print connections, and managing all jobs
from the job management tools.
•
A designated administrator but no designated operator
Only an administrator can perform Setup and other administrator
functions, but all other system functions are accessible to all
users, including performing calibration, printing to all print
connections, and managing all jobs from the job management
tools.
•
A designated administrator and a superuser operator
Only an administrator can perform Setup and other administrator
functions, and only an operator or administrator can perform
calibration and control jobs from the job management tools. Users
can print to all print connections.
5–4
Preparing for the Setup
•
A designated administrator and a designated operator, no Fiery
WebTool access
Only an administrator can perform Setup, and only an operator or
administrator can perform calibration and control jobs from the job
management tools. Users can print to the Hold Queue and the
Print Queue, but not to the Direct Connection. The operator
controls all job flow, but jobs sent to the Print Queue may not
require operator intervention.
•
Strictest Control-A designated administrator and a designated
operator, no Fiery WebTool access, operator controls all jobs
Only an administrator can perform Setup, and only an operator or
administrator can perform calibration and control jobs from the job
management tools; users can print only to the Hold Queue; the
administrator and the operator have complete control of job flow; no
access to Fiery WebTools.
Setup Values
Set an Administrator Password
(strongly recommended)
Set an Operator Password
1
(Least)
2
3
4
5
(Strictest)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
5–5
Preparing for the Setup
Fiery WebTools
The printer can support Internet or intranet access with Fiery
WebTools from Windows 95/98/Me, Windows 2000, Windows NT
4.0,and Mac OS Workstation using the recommended browsers:
Internet Explorer 4.x and higher or Netscape Navigator 4.x and higher.
To enable use of Fiery WebTools, perform the following in Setup:
•
Enable TCP/IP
•
Set an IP address, subnet mask and gateway address for the
printer
Instead of manually assigning the IP address, subnet mask and
gateway address, you can use DHCP, RARP or BOOTP protocols to
assign some or all of these addresses. Refer to the chapter Performing
the Setup from the Printer Control Panel.
Passwords can be set to control access to Fiery WebTools features. If
you do not specifically set these passwords, all users have access to
Fiery WebTools functions.
Fiery WebTools include Status, WebInstall, Web Setup,
WebDownloader, Web Link and WebSpooler. For more information,
refer to Using the Fiery WebTools.
5–6
Preparing for the Setup
Network Server Setup Requirements
For Novell, and Windows NT 4.0 (using TCP/IP) networks, the network
servers must be configured for printing before you configure printer
network settings in Setup. The diagrams in Connecting to the Network
provide references for network server setup.
To configure network settings in Setup, you need a live network
connection so the printer can query the network for zones, servers,
and server-based queues.
Whenever the configuration of the server, the printer, or the network
itself changes at your site, you can modify individual settings to
correspond to the changed environment. Changing network or port
settings may require that you make changes to other Setup options.
5–7
Preparing for the Setup
Ensuring the Printer Connection
Complete the following steps before you configure the server and the
workstations that will print to the DP-C106. A service technician may
have performed some initial installation.
1.
Print a Test Page from the Printer Control Panel to ensure that
the printer is functioning normally in a stand-alone mode.
To print a Test Page:
a.
Press the MENU button on the printer control panel until the
message PRINT PAGES FROM LIST is displayed.
b.
Press the ITEM/ENTER button to display PRINT
CONFIGURATION.
c.
Press ITEM/ENTER to print the page.
2.
Switch Off the printer and connect the interface cable from the
printer to the server.
3.
To confirm the connection, switch On the printer and print another
test page from the Printer Control Panel.
4.
With the printer switched Off, connect the network cable to the
network, as described in Connecting to the Network.
The network should already be installed and operational.
5.
Switch On the printer.
6.
Prepare network servers to share printer software and to enable
networked users to print to the DP-C106.
Refer to Setting Up the Network Server for details.
7.
5–8
Perform Printer Setup as described in Performing the Setup from
the Printer Control Panel.
6
Setting Up the Network Server
This chapter describes environments that typically include one or more
Novell NetWare and Windows NT 4.0 network servers that share
printing to the DP-C106. It describes setting up servers that use
IPX/SPX or TCP/IP protocols for communicating with the printer.
The chapter includes guidelines for setting up direct communication
from Windows NT 4.0 and UNIX workstations, where a network server
is optional. It also outlines the requirements for network clients to print
to the DP-C106 and to run the Fiery WebTools and utilities.
For specific Novell procedures, refer to your Novell documentation.
The DP-C106 can accept jobs concurrently from NetWare, Windows
NT 4.0, and AppleShare servers, as well as jobs sent directly from
Windows NT or UNIX workstations. Because AppleShare servers
require no special configuration, they are not discussed in this section,
except for their use in the NT 4.0 Windows environment.
Support for Fiery Utilities
The Fiery Utilities (ColorWise Pro Tools , Fiery Spooler and Fiery Link)
are supported over the TCP/IP platform on Windows 95/98/Me,
Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 platforms. More information is
provided in later chapters, according to network type.
6–1
Setting Up the Network Server
Printing on a NetWare 3.x, 4.x or 5.x Network
The NetWise™ features built into the DP-C106 supports the following
network operating environments:
•
NetWare 5.x—Bindery and Novell Directory Services (NDS)
•
NetWare 4.x—Novell Directory Services (NDS)
•
NetWare 3.x—Bindery services
•
Servers running NetWare 4.x in bindery emulation mode
The term bindery server refers to a Novell file server running NetWare
3.x or running NetWare 4.x and NetWare 5.x in emulation mode.
The term NDS describes components of a NetWare operating system
running NetWare 4.x in native mode.
Ethernet-based NetWare networks support the IPX/SPX protocol.
Setting up a NetWare environment correctly requires the cooperation of the
Novell network administrator. You must have administrator privileges on the
network to create new NDS or bindery objects.
NetWare clients print to the DP-C106 through the Novell network
server. Server setup and client network setup are outlined in this
chapter.
For information about client setup and printing refer to the installation
and printing chapters that are appropriate for the operating system.
The DP-C106 can receive print jobs from NetWare clients over the
Ethernet network topologies. During printer setup, you select the frame
type(s) that will be used for communication between the DP-C106 and
the network servers. Frame type refers to the format of a
communications packet; frame types are specified in a startup file
when the NetWare server (or any other workstation) loads its network
drivers.
IPX-supported client workstations running Windows 95/98/Me and
Windows NT 4.0 communicate directly to the printer, not through the
NetWare server.
6–2
Setting Up the Network Server
Overview of IPX Printing to the DP-C106
Setting up the DP-C106 is similar to setting up any other PostScript
printer on the network. The following information is useful for
experienced system administrators.
The DP-C106 with IPX connections has these characteristics:
•
NetWare 3.x, 4.x and 5.x are supported directly. NetWare 4.x is
also supported through bindery emulation.
•
A minimum connection to the DP-C106 consists of a NetWare file
server, a NetWare print server, and a NetWare queue.
•
A single directory tree (for NetWare 4.x) and up to eight bindery
servers can be configured simultaneously. This limit is the same
for Ethernet configurations.
•
The DP-C106 searches for print jobs on one NetWare print server
per bindery server.
•
Each print server can store jobs for any print connection on the
DP-C106.
•
Windows 95/98/Me and Windows NT 4.0 workstations (whether a
Novell server is present or not) can use IPX/SPX protocols for
communicating with the printer directly or use Fiery Utilities
(ColorWise Pro Tools, Fiery Spooler and Fiery Link).
NetWare file servers support the creation of print queues, which are
storage areas for print jobs. When a client on a remote workstation
decides to print, the job is directed to a print queue on the NetWare file
server and spooled to the NetWare server disk, freeing up the client
workstation.
The queues on the NetWare server must be named to match the Direct
connection, Print queue, and Hold queue on the printer. The NetWare
queue names should be given one of the following lower case
extensions in English:
_print
_hold
_direct
6–3
Setting Up the Network Server
You do not have to rerun Setup when adding or removing a NetWare
queue, but you should initialize these settings by powering the printer
Off and On after a queue is created or removed.
When the DP-C106 is configured to connect to a NetWare server, it
polls the NetWare server for jobs in each of its queues. If jobs are
found, they are transferred over the network to the matching
connection. For example, jobs from the NetWare queue with the _print
extension are sent to the Print queue. While a job is processed and
printed, a record of the job is created. You can access the Job Log
containing these records at any time.
Configuring a NetWare 3.x, 4.x or 5.x Server for Printing
Use this section when you set up a NetWare file server so that
networked users can print to the DP-C106 from their workstations and
the printer can obtain jobs from the NetWare server.
For each NetWare file server that you configure, follow these general
steps:
•
Ensure that the server is connected to a functioning IPX network.
•
Log in as the Supervisor from a PC connected to the NetWare file
server.
•
For NetWare 4.x and 5.x installations, set up an NDS connection.
•
For NetWare 4.x and 5.x in emulation mode, set the bindery
context.
•
For NetWare 3.x and for NetWare 4.x and 5.x in bindery
emulation, set up a file server, a print server, and a print queue
for the DP-C106.
More detail is provided in subsequent sections and in your NetWare
documentation.
With bindery services, you can route all DP-C106 print jobs through the
same NetWare file server, or you can configure more than one file
server to handle DP-C106 jobs.
The functions you perform on the Novell server, on the DP-C106 and
on the client workstation, are summarized in the following tables.
Complete the operations on the server first, then at the DP-C106, and
finally at the client workstation.
6–4
Setting Up the Network Server
Configuring NDS Connections
On the NDS File Server
In WebSetup
• Port Setup:
Ethernet Setup
In NetAdmin:
Create NDS print queues
Create the NDS printer and
assign print queues
Create the print server and
assign the printer
Configure users of the print
queue
• Protocol Setup:
IPX/SPX Setup—
select frame type(s)
• Service Setup:
PServer Setup and
NDS Setup
• Select Root
• Browse to select print
server
At the Client Workstation
Install user software
For printing:
Connect client to print queues
that you set up on the
NetWare file server
(Associated with the print
server selected in NDS
Setup).
For running the Fiery utilities:
Configure the connection to
the printer.
• Specify print queue search
root (optional)
• Set Polling Interval
Configuring a Bindery Connection
On the Bindery
File Server
In PConsole:
Select up to 8 NetWare file
servers
For each file server:
• Configure the print server
In WebSetup
• Port Setup:
Ethernet Setup
• Protocol Setup:
IPX/SPX Setup—
select frame type(s)
• Configure the print queue
• Service Setup:
PServer Setup and
Bindery Setup
• Configure the users of the
print queue
• Add up to 8 file servers
• Set Polling Interval
At the Client Workstation
Install user software
For printing:
Connect client to print queues
that you set up on the
NetWare file server
(Associated with the print
server selected in Bindery
Setup).
For running the server utilities:
Configure the connection to
the printer.
6–5
Setting Up the Network Server
Setting Up an NDS Connection
In NDS, all NetWare entities (objects) are organized in a hierarchical
tree structure. Objects have a name, properties, and a context that
defines the location of the object in the directory tree. For the DP-C106,
you must define a printer, a print server object, and one or more print
queue objects. Objects are created in NetWare administrator programs,
such as PConsole, NetAdmin, or NetWare Administrator.
The top-level object is known as the [Root] object. The name of the
[Root] object is also the name of the tree. Below the [Root] are other
objects: containers that consist of other objects or leaf objects that do
not contain other objects. Access to objects is controlled by rights that
are defined as properties of each object. Rights are established by
system administrators.
Setting the NetWare 4.x or 5.x Bindery Context
You can connect only one directory tree to the DP-C106. If you need to
connect additional NetWare 4.x or 5.x servers, you can do so by using
bindery emulation, which causes the 4.x or 5.x server to behave like
and be accepted as a NetWare 3.x server.
Keypoint:
The selected file server must be in a different tree from that
selected in NDS Setup.
Up to eight bindery servers, in native 3.x or 4.x or 5.x emulation mode
can connect to the DP-C106.
In order to set up the NetWare 4.x or 5.x server in bindery emulation
mode for printing to the DP-C106, the system administrator must:
6–6
•
Determine the Directory Services path to the container in which
the print server and the print queue for the DP-C106 will be
created. The container defines the bindery context for the network
structure.
•
Edit the network startup file to set the bindery context.
•
Activate the new bindery context.
Setting Up the Network Server
Setting Up a NetWare Print Queue for Bindery
For NetWare 3.x and for 4.x or 5.x in emulation mode, the NetWare
print server and print queue for DP-C106 are created and configured
from NetWare Print Console (PCONSOLE), a utility that is stored in the
NetWare Public directory.
As with NDS, create several NetWare entities on a Novell server, then
select them in the Network Setup.
Setting Up NetWare Windows Clients for Printing
Before setting up client workstations for printing, ensure that you
perform Network Setup on the DP-C106 and that the settings reflect
the entities you created in the NetWare administrator utilities.
For printing to the DP-C106, connect all Windows clients to a Novell
NetWare server and permit them to connect to the NetWare print server or
servers on which you defined a print queue.
After the Novell server and the DP-C106 have been set up, client setup
consists of the following:
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Installing the networking protocol, binding it to the network
adapter card, and permitting the client to log in to the NetWare file
server.
On Windows 95/98/Me and Windows 2000 workstations, both the
IPX/SPX-compatible protocol and the Client for NetWare
Networks should be loaded from the Network Control Panel.
On Windows NT workstations, Client Service for NetWare
(CSNW) should be installed. Use the CSNW option in the Control
Panel to set printing options and specify a preferred NetWare
server.
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Setting up the DP-C106 as a PostScript or PCL printer by
installing a PostScript or PCL printer driver and the DP-C106 PPD
or PDD (PostScript or PCL printer description file).
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Adding a network port and connecting the workstation to one or
more NetWare queues that have been defined for the DP-C106.
Refer to the chapter Connecting to the Network for details on how
to connect to Windows 95/98/Me and Windows NT 4.0
workstations
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Installing other Fiery software, such as Color Reference files.
Refer to Installing the Fiery Software for Windows and Macintosh
for details.
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Setting Up the Network Server
The DP-C106 on a TCP/IP Network with Windows NT 4.0
When a Windows NT 4.0 workstation is configured to connect to the
DP-C106 using TCP/IP, it can print directly to the printer. If the
workstation shares the printer over the network, it is acting as a print
server to Windows NT 4.0 clients. The client workstations print to the
DP-C106 by printing to the Windows NT 4.0 print server. Printing can
then be monitored and controlled at the Windows NT 4.0 print server.
With TCP/IP protocols loaded, you can also run Fiery WebTools and
utilities from a Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 95/98/Me workstation.
The Windows NT 4.0 server can also use AppleTalk protocols for
printing. When creating a printer to share with AppleTalk users, do not
capture the printer, as this forces all users to print to the server rather
than directly to the printer. If you capture the printer, print connections
will not be displayed in the Mac OS Chooser.
Ensure that the following are true when TCP/IP network connections
are made:
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Ensure that the IP addresses are valid for the DP-C106 and for
any workstations that will print to it or run Fiery utilities.
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In Printer Setup, enable TCP/IP and enter the IP address, subnet
mask and gateway address for the DP-C106. You can enter these
addresses manually or use DHCP, RARP, or BOOTP protocols to
assign them dynamically.
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Ensure that the DP-C106 name and address are listed in a
domain name server (DNS) or a hosts name database used by
the system.
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Ensure that your system host table includes the correct internal
name for the DP-C106 as a remote printer.
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For Windows NT 4.0, install the DP-C106 PostScript and PCL
printer driver files on the Windows NT 4.0 print server from the
User Software CD.
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Repeat the installation for everyone who prints to the DP-C106.
Each server and workstation running the Fiery utilities with
TCP/IP also needs the TCP/IP protocol and the Fiery utility
software.
Setting Up the Network Server
Configuring a Windows NT 4.0 Server
Use the following procedure to configure a Windows NT 4.0 server to
communicate with the DP-C106. Basic steps include:
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Load the TCP/IP network protocol and configure it with an IP
address, subnet mask and gateway.
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Enter the host name of the DP-C106 in the host database
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Perform Printer Setup.
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On the Windows NT 4.0 server, create a printer for each print
connection, install the appropriate printer drivers, and (optionally)
share the printer on the network.
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Enter the host name and remote printer name of the DP-C106 in
the printer connection.
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If the Windows NT 4.0 server is also a workstation, install the
Fiery utilities.
More detail is provided in subsequent chapters and in your Microsoft
documentation.
Adding the DP-C106 to the TCP/IP Network
(Windows NT 4.0)
If your TCP/IP network consists of Windows NT 4.0 servers and
Windows NT 4.0 clients, perform the following procedure.
1.
Register the IP address of the printer in the host name database
used by your system.
For installations that do not have a system administrator or a
central host name database, add the printer to the hosts file on
the Windows NT 4.0 server.
Add the printer to the hosts file on any workstations that have
TCP/IP loaded and will use the Fiery Utilities.
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