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Olivetti d-Color MF652 - MF752 User manual
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d-COLOR MF652/d-COLOR MF752
Code: 571102
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Olivetti S.p.A.
Gruppo Telecom Italia
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Table of contents
1
Checking the Name and Function of each Part in this Machine
Front side ........................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Rear side ............................................................................................................................................ 1-5
Inside.................................................................................................................................................. 1-7
2
Checking the Name and Function of each Optional Component
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
Checking the list of optional components.................................................................................... 2-3
Finisher FS-535/Saddle Stitcher SD-512/Punch Kit PK-521 ....................................................... 2-6
Job Separator JS-602 ..................................................................................................................... 2-8
Z Folding Unit ZU-606..................................................................................................................... 2-9
Post Inserter PI-505 ...................................................................................................................... 2-11
Name and function of each part ...................................................................................................... 2-11
Post inserter operations................................................................................................................... 2-12
Keys on control panel ...................................................................................................................... 2-12
Finishing using Post Inserter............................................................................................................ 2-13
2.6
2.7
Finisher FS-534/Saddle Stitcher SD-511/Punch Kit PK-520 ..................................................... 2-14
Large Capacity Unit LU-301/LU-204 ........................................................................................... 2-17
3
Checking the Available Paper Types
4
Checking the Specifications of this Machine
Type of this machine.......................................................................................................................... 4-3
Paper.................................................................................................................................................. 4-3
Mechanical specifications.................................................................................................................. 4-5
Dual Scan Document Feeder ............................................................................................................. 4-5
Operating environment ...................................................................................................................... 4-5
Common specifications ..................................................................................................................... 4-6
Copy function..................................................................................................................................... 4-6
Scanner functions .............................................................................................................................. 4-7
Printer function................................................................................................................................... 4-9
Network function.............................................................................................................................. 4-12
5
Checking the Specifications of Optional Components
Fax function (Fax Kit FK-511) ............................................................................................................ 5-3
Large Capacity Unit LU-301 .............................................................................................................. 5-3
Large Capacity Unit LU-204 .............................................................................................................. 5-4
Finisher FS-535.................................................................................................................................. 5-5
Saddle Stitcher SD-512 ..................................................................................................................... 5-7
Punch Kit PK-521 .............................................................................................................................. 5-8
Job Separator JS-602........................................................................................................................ 5-9
Z Folding Unit ZU-606 ....................................................................................................................... 5-9
Post Inserter PI-505 ......................................................................................................................... 5-10
Finisher FS-534................................................................................................................................ 5-11
Saddle Stitcher SD-511 ................................................................................................................... 5-13
Punch Kit PK-520 ............................................................................................................................ 5-14
Authentication Unit AU-102 ............................................................................................................. 5-14
Authentication Unit AU-201 ............................................................................................................. 5-15
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6
7
Using the Authentication Unit (Biometric Type)
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.4
6.5
6.5.1
6.5.2
Authentication Unit (Biometric Type) ............................................................................................ 6-3
Status of authentication unit.......................................................................................................... 6-4
Operations required to use this function (for the administrator) ............................................... 6-5
Configuring authentication settings of this machine.......................................................................... 6-5
Registering user authentication information ...................................................................................... 6-8
Logging in to this machine........................................................................................................... 6-11
Using Data Administrator (for the administrator) ...................................................................... 6-12
Data Administrator ........................................................................................................................... 6-12
Setting up the operating environment ............................................................................................. 6-12
Installing BioDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows 7) ................................................................................. 6-12
Installing BioDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows Vista) ........................................................................... 6-13
Installing BioDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows XP)............................................................................... 6-14
Installing Data Administrator PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit AU-102 .............................. 6-15
6.5.3
Registering user authentication information .................................................................................... 6-15
Using the Authentication Unit (IC Card Type)
7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.3
7.4
7.4.1
7.4.2
Authentication Unit (IC card type) ................................................................................................. 7-3
Operations required to use this function (for the administrator) ............................................... 7-4
Configuring authentication settings of this machine.......................................................................... 7-4
Registering user authentication information ...................................................................................... 7-7
Logging in to this machine............................................................................................................. 7-9
Using Data Administrator (for the administrator) ...................................................................... 7-10
Data Administrator ........................................................................................................................... 7-10
Setting up the operating environment ............................................................................................. 7-10
Installing IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows 7) .......................................................................... 7-10
Installing IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows Vista) .................................................................... 7-11
Installing IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows XP)........................................................................ 7-12
Installing Data Administrator PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit AU-201 ................................. 7-12
7.4.3
Registering user authentication information .................................................................................... 7-13
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Checking the Name and
Function of each Part in this
Machine
1
1
Checking the Name and Function of each Part in
this Machine
Front side
No.
Name
Description
1
Control Panel
Used to configure various settings in this machine.
2
Left Cover Release Lever
Used to open the Left Cover.
3
Left Cover
Open the Left Cover when clearing a paper jam.
4
Lateral Guide
Adjust this guide along the width of the original.
5
Dual Scan Document Feeder
Automatically feeds and scans originals by page. This
unit scans a 2-sided original by only requiring the paper be fed into the machine once without reversing.
This unit is referred to as ADF in the manual.
6
Original Tray
Load the original face up in this tray. Open this tray
when clearing a paper jam in the ADF.
7
Original Output Tray
The scanned original is fed out onto this tray.
8
Stylus Pen
Used to select a menu on the Touch Panel, or enter
characters.
9
USB Port (Type A) USB2.0/1.1
Used to connect an external memory unit (USB memory unit) to this machine.
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1
1-4
No.
Name
Description
10
Automatic Duplex Unit Release Lever
Used to lock the Automatic Duplex Unit.
11
Auto Duplex Unit
Used to reverse paper when performing 2-sided printing.
12
Top Right Door
Open this door to clear a paper jam.
13
Top Right Door Release Lever
Used to lock the Top Right Door.
14
Bypass Tray Door
Open this door when clearing a paper jam in the Bypass Tray.
15
Bypass Tray
Used to print data on irregularly size paper, thick paper, transparencies, postcards (4 e 6 (A6 Card)), envelopes, or label sheets.
Allows you to load up to 150 sheets of plain paper, 100
sheets of Thick 1, 80 sheets of Thick 1+, 70 sheets of
Thick 2, 60 sheets of Thick 3, 50 sheets of Thick 4, 20
sheets of transparency, postcards (4e6 (A6 Card)), 50
label sheets, 70 sheets for index paper, and 10 sheets
of envelopes or banner paper.
16
Bypass Tray Door Lever
Used to lock the Bypass Tray Door.
17
Bottom Right Door
Open this door to clear a paper jam.
18
Bottom Right Door Release Lever
Used to lock the Bottom Right Door.
19
Paper-Empty Indicator
Flashes in orange when a tray runs low on paper, and
lights up when a paper-out occurs.
20
Tray 4
Allows you to load up to 1000 sheets of plain paper.
Allows you to load up to 750 sheets of Thick 1, 500
sheets of Thick 1+, 450 sheets of Thick 2, 400 sheets
of Thick 3, 200 sheets of postcards (4 e 6 (A6 Card)).
21
Tray 3
Allows you to load up to 1500 sheets of plain paper.
Allows you to load up to 1150 sheets of Thick 1, 800
sheets of Thick 1+, 700 sheets of Thick 2, 600 sheets
of Thick 3, and 200 sheets of postcards (4 e 6 (A6
Card)).
22
Tray1, Tray2
Allows you to load up to 500 sheets.
Allows you to load hold up to 400 sheets of Thick
1, 280 sheets of Thick 1+, 250 sheets of Thick 2, and
200 sheets of Thick 3.
23
Lower Front Door
Open this door to replace a Waste Toner Box or Imaging Unit, and to clean the Printhead.
24
Upper Front Door
Open this door to replace a Toner Cartridge.
25
Data Indicator
Flashes in blue while this machine is receiving a job.
If a job is currently spooled, this indicator lamp lights
up blue.
26
Status Indicator (Printing indicator)
Flashes in white during normal printing.
27
Output Tray
Collects printed pages.
28
Power key
Press this key to switch to Power Save mode.
When the power is turned off, the machine is placed
into the power save mode, and the LED of the Power
key lights orange.
29
Status Indicator (Warning or stop indicator)
Indicates the status of this machine by flashing or
lighting up.
Flash in orange: Warning
Lights up orange: The machine has stopped.
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Rear side
The illustration shows the main unit with the Heater and optional Fax Kit.
Tips
The Heater is handled as an optional unit depending on sales areas.
No.
Name
Description
1
Finisher Connector
Connect the cable of the Finisher.
2
Filter
Used to collect toner powders inside the main unit.
3
Power Cord
Used to supply power to this machine.
The shape of the power cord varies depending on the
sales region.
4
Heater Power Switch
Used to turn Heater operations on or off. This function
prevents paper from being affected by humidity when
the power is turned on.
5
Network Connector (10BaseT/100Base-TX/1000Base-T)
Connect to this port when using this machine as a network printer or network scanner.
6
USB Port (Type B) USB2.0/1.1
Connect to this port when using this machine as a
USB-connected printer.
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No.
1-6
Name
Description
7
USB Port (Type A) USB2.0/1.1
Used to connect Authentication Unit AU-102 or Authentication Unit AU-201.
8
Jack for connecting a telephone
(TEL PORT1)
Used to connect a telephone cord.
Connect the cord to this connector when using only
one telephone line.
9
Telephone Jack (LINE PORT1)
Used to connect a general telephone subscriber line.
Connect the cord to this connector when using only
one telephone line.
10
RS-232C port
Used to connect an IC card unit for JScribe.
11
Telephone Jack (LINE PORT2)
Used to connect a general telephone subscriber line.
12
Ozone Filter
Used to collect ozone inside the main unit.
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Inside
No.
Name
Description
1
Original Glass
Used to load the original.
2
Fusing Unit
Used to fuse toner to paper using heat and pressure.
3
Main Power Switch
Press this switch to turn the machine on or off.
4
Total Counter
Counts the total number of printed pages to date.
5
Printhead Cleaner
Used to clean the surface of the Print Head Glass
when replacing the Imaging Unit.
6
Waste Toner Box
Used to collect used waste toners.
7
Imaging Unit
Used to create a print image.
8
Charger Cleaner
Used to clean the Electrostatic Charger Wire when
an image error occurs.
9
Lock Release Tab
Used to remove the Imaging Unit.
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1
1-8
No.
Name
Description
10
Toner Cartridge
This machine provides Toner Cartridge in four colors:
cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y), and black (K). A fullcolor image is created by combining the four toner
colors.
11
Slit Scan Glass (front)
Used to scan an original image when using the ADF.
12
Original Scale
Load the original along this scale. This scale is also
used to measure the size of the loaded original.
13
Opening and Closing Guide
Lever that locks the guide to scan the back side of an
original. Open this guide when clearing a paper jam or
cleaning the Slit Scan Glass (back).
14
Slit Scan Glass (back)
Used to scan the back side of an original when using
the ADF.
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Checking the Name and
Function of each Optional
Component
2.1
Checking the list of optional components
2
2
Checking the Name and Function of each Optional
Component
2.1
Checking the list of optional components
No.
Name
Description
1
Main unit
Scans the original in the scanner section, and prints a
scanned image in the printer section.
This unit is referred to as "machine", "main unit", or
"MF752/652" in the manual.
2
Authentication Unit AU-102
Performs user authentication by scanning vein patterns in the finger.
The Working Table WT-506 or Working Table
WT-509 is required to install Authentication Unit
AU-102.
This unit is referred to as an Authentication Unit in the
manual.
3
Authentication Unit AU-201
Performs user authentication by scanning information
recorded on the IC card.
The Mount Kit MK-735 is required to install Authentication Unit AU-201.
This unit can also be installed on the Working Table
WT-506 or Working Table WT-509.
This unit is referred to as an Authentication Unit in the
manual.
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Checking the list of optional components
2
No.
2.1
Name
Description
4
Working Table WT-509
This is used to move the Control Panel. This is also
used when the Authentication Unit is installed.
5
Working Table WT-506
Provides an area to temporarily place an original or
other materials. This is also used when the Authentication Unit is installed.
6
Output Tray OT-503
Collects printed pages.
7
Keyboard Holder KH-102
Install this holder to use a external keyboard.
For details on external keyboards, contact your service
representative.
8
Mount Kit MK-715
Used to print data on banner paper.
9
Large Capacity Unit LU-301
Allows you to load up to 3000 sheets of 8-1/2 e 11 (A4)
size.
This unit is referred to as a Large Capacity Unit in the
manual.
10
Large Capacity Unit LU-204
Allows you to load up to 2500 sheets of SRA3 or 11 e
17 (A3) size.
To change the paper size, contact your service representative.
This unit is referred to as a Large Capacity Unit in the
manual.
11
Image Controller IC-414 ver1.0
Built-in Image Controller.
Installing this unit will provide higher quality printing result.
Video Interface Kit VI-506 is required to install Image
Controller IC-414 ver1.0.
12
Finisher FS-534
Sorts, groups and staples printed paper before outputting it.
13
Saddle Stitcher SD-511
Install this unit onto Finisher FS-534. This unit supports the fold/bind function.
It is referred to as Saddle Stitcher in the manual.
14
Punch Kit PK-520
Install this unit onto Finisher FS-534.
This unit supports the punching function.
15
Saddle Stitcher SD-512
Install this unit onto Finisher FS-535. This unit supports the fold/bind function.
It is referred to as Saddle Stitcher in the manual.
16
Finisher FS-535
Sorts, groups and staples printed paper before outputting it.
17
Punch Kit PK-521
Install this unit onto Finisher FS-535.
This unit supports the punching function.
18
Post Inserter PI-505
Install this unit onto the Finisher FS-535 to enable insertion of a cover sheet into copied or printed sheets.
This unit also allows you to manually operate the finisher (only the lower tray is available).
19
Job Separator JS-602
Install this unit onto Finisher FS-535.
Collects printed pages.
This unit is referred to as Job Separator in the manual.
20
Z Folding Unit ZU-606
Install this unit onto the Finisher FS-535 to enable Z
folding or punching holes.
This unit is referred to as a Z Folding Unit in the manual.
The following options are not shown in the figure.
2-4
21
Fax Kit FK-511
Used to operate this machine as a fax machine. Alternatively, this kit allows more telephone lines to be connected.
22
Stamp Unit SP-501
Stamps a scanned original when sending a fax. This
unit allows you to check that the original has been
scanned.
23
Spare TX Marker Stamp 2
A replacement stamp for the Stamp Unit SP-501.
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Checking the list of optional components
2
No.
Name
Description
24
Local Interface Kit EK-604
Install this unit when using the external keyboard.
This unit is equipped with a speaker.
For details on external keyboards, contact your service
representative.
25
Local Interface Kit EK-605
Install this unit when connecting to the external keyboard or Bluetooth-enabled device.
This unit is equipped with a speaker and a receiving
device for Bluetooth communication.
For details on external keyboards, contact your service
representative.
26
Video Interface Kit VI-506
This unit is required to install Image Controller IC-414
ver1.0.
27
Security Kit SC-508
Supports the copy guard and password copy functions to prevent unauthorized copying.
28
i-Option LK-101 v3
Supports the web browser function that is one of the
advanced functions.
29
i-Option LK-102 v3
Supports the PDF processing function that is one of
the advanced functions.
30
i-Option LK-105 v3
Supports the searchable PDF function that is one of
the advanced functions.
31
Upgrade Kit UK-204
Install this unit when using Web browser, PDF
processing, searchable PDF, My Panel, My Address,
or special fonts.
32
i-Option LK-106
Used to add a bar code font that is one of special
fonts.
33
i-Option LK-107
Used to add a unicode font that is one of special fonts.
34
i-Option LK-108
Used to add an OCR font that is one of special fonts.
35
Mount Kit MK-735
Required to install Authentication Unit AU-201.
36
Heater HT-508
Prevents paper in a paper tray from being affected by
humidity.
• This option may not be available depending on the
sales area.
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2
2.2
2-6
Finisher FS-535/Saddle Stitcher SD-512/Punch Kit PK-521
2.2
Finisher FS-535/Saddle Stitcher SD-512/Punch Kit PK-521
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Finisher FS-535/Saddle Stitcher SD-512/Punch Kit PK-521
No.
2
Name
Description
1
Output Tray 2
Collects printed pages.
2
Output Tray 1
Collects printed pages.
3
Front Door
Open this door when clearing a paper jam or staple
jam or when replacing a staple cartridge.
4
Horizontal Transport Unit Cover
Open this cover when removing paper that caused a
paper jam in the horizontal transport unit.
5
Jam Removal Dial [FS7]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the finisher.
6
Guide Lever [FS6]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
7
Guide Lever [FS8]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
8
Jam Removal Dial [FS5]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the finisher.
9
Guide Lever [FS3]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
10
Guide Lever [FS4]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
11
Punch Kit
Punches printed sheets for filing by installing the
Punch Kit in the finisher.
12
Punch Scrap Box
Remove this box when disposing of punch scraps.
13
Guide Lever [FS9]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
14
Staple Cartridge
Pull out this cartridge from the finisher when clearing a
staple jam or replacing a staple cartridge.
15
Handle [SD2]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
16
Handle [SD1]
Hold this handle when moving the Saddle Stitcher in
and out.
17
Jam Removal Dial [SD3]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the finisher.
18
Saddle Stitcher
Pull out this unit when clearing a paper jam or staple
jam or when replacing a staple cartridge.
19
Folding Output Tray
Used to feed out the printed fold/bind paper.
20
Jam Removal Dial [FS2]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the finisher.
21
Guide Lever [FS1]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
22
Staple Cartridge
Pull out this cartridge from the Saddle Stitcher when
clearing a staple jam or replacing a staple cartridge.
23
Guide Lever [SD4]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
24
Guide Lever [SD5]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
25
Exit Cover
This cover opens automatically when paper is fed out.
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Job Separator JS-602
2
2.3
Job Separator JS-602
No.
2-8
2.3
Name
Description
1
Output Tray
Collects printed pages.
2
Job Separator Cover
Open this door to clear a paper jam.
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2.4
Z Folding Unit ZU-606
2
Z Folding Unit ZU-606
No.
Name
Description
1
Z Folding/Conveyance Unit
Pull out this unit to remove jammed paper.
2
Guide Lever [FN1]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
3
Punch Scrap Box
Remove this box when disposing of punch scraps.
4
Front Door
Open this door when clearing a paper jam or disposing
punch scraps.
5
Guide Lever [FN6]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
6
Guide Lever [FN7]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
7
Guide Lever [FN8]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
8
Handle [FN2]
Hold this handle when taking the Z-fold unit in and out.
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Z Folding Unit ZU-606
2
No.
Name
Description
Jam Removal Dial [FN5]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the Z-fold unit.
10
Guide Lever [FN3]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
11
Jam Removal Dial [FN4]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the Z-fold unit.
9
2-10
2.4
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Post Inserter PI-505
2.5
Post Inserter PI-505
2.5.1
Name and function of each part
No.
2
Name
Description
1
Post Inserter Control Panel
Operate this panel when manually using the finisher.
For details on the operation procedure of the post inserter, refer to page 2-12.
2
Lower Tray Paper Guide
When cover paper is loaded, slide this guide to align
with the paper size.
3
Lower Tray
Load cover paper into this tray.
4
Upper Tray
Load cover paper into this tray.
5
Upper Tray Paper Guide
When cover paper is loaded, slide this guide to align
with the paper size.
6
Upper Unit Release Lever
When clearing a paper jam, rise this lever, and slide the
upper unit to the left.
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Post Inserter PI-505
2
2.5.2
2.5
Post inserter operations
Keys on control panel
When the Post Inserter PI-505 is installed on the Finisher FS-535, you can manually operate the Finisher
FS-535 using the Post Inserter Control Panel.
No.
Name
Description
1
Corner Staple Lamp
Indicates that the corner staple is selected.
2
Center Staple & Fold Lamp
Indicates that Center Staple is selected.
3
Finishing
Press this key to select finishing.
4
2-Hole Lamp
Indicates that 2-Hole is selected.
5
3-Hole Lamp
Indicates that 3-Hole is selected.
6
Select punch
Press this key to select the punch hole type.
7
Start/stop
Press this key to start post inserter operations.
If you press this key during operation, this unit will
stop.
8
4-Hole Lamp
Indicates that 4-Hole is selected.
9
Tri-Fold Lamp
Indicates that Tri-Fold is selected.
2 position staple lamp
Indicates that 2-position staple is selected.
10
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Post Inserter PI-505
2
Finishing using Post Inserter
0
Only the lower tray can be used as the output tray. The upper tray is not available.
1
Place paper in the lower tray of the Post Inserter, and align the lateral guide to the paper size.
%
%
%
%
%
2
Load the original by placing it so that its top side faces the back of the machine.
To use the corner staple or 2-staple option, load the paper face up.
To perform Punch, load the paper face up.
To perform Bind, load the front side of the bound paper face down.
To perform Tri-Fold, load the outside of the tri-folded paper face down.
Press the Finishing key and Select punch key, and select the desired finishing.
% To configure Finishing settings, press the Finishing key to turn the LED on. To configure punch settings, press the Select punch key to turn the LED on.
% Punch settings are available together with the corner staple or 2-staple option.
3
Press the Start/stop key.
% If the Start/stop key is pressed during operation, the operation will be stopped.
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2.6
2-14
Finisher FS-534/Saddle Stitcher SD-511/Punch Kit PK-520
2.6
Finisher FS-534/Saddle Stitcher SD-511/Punch Kit PK-520
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Finisher FS-534/Saddle Stitcher SD-511/Punch Kit PK-520
No.
2
Name
Description
1
Output Tray 2
Collects printed pages.
2
Output Tray 1
Collects printed pages.
3
Front Door
Open this door when clearing a paper jam or staple
jam or when replacing a staple cartridge.
4
Horizontal Transport Unit Cover
Open this cover when removing paper that caused a
paper jam in the horizontal transport unit.
5
Stapler
Move this unit to the front side when clearing a staple
jam.
6
Guide Lever [FS2]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
7
Jam Removal Dial [FS1]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the finisher.
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2
No.
2-16
2.6
Name
Description
8
Jam Removal Dial [FS5]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the finisher.
9
Punch Scrap Box
Remove this box when disposing of punch scraps.
10
Staple Cartridge
Pull out this cartridge from the punch kit when clearing
a staple jam or replacing a staple cartridge.
11
Guide Lever [FS4]
Turn this lever to clear a paper jam.
12
Dial
Turn this dial to move the stapler to the front side when
clearing a staple jam.
13
Handle [SD2]
Turn this handle to clear a paper jam.
14
Saddle Stitcher
Pull out this unit when clearing a paper jam or staple
jam or when replacing a staple cartridge.
15
Jam Removal Dial [SD3]
Turn this dial to remove paper that caused a paper jam
in the finisher.
16
Handle [SD1]
Hold this handle when moving the Saddle Stitcher in
and out.
17
Transport Unit [FS3]
Open this cover when removing paper that caused a
paper jam in the transport unit.
18
Punch Kit
Punches printed sheets for filing by installing the
Punch Kit in the finisher.
19
Top Cover
Open this cover when removing paper that caused a
paper jam in the finisher.
20
Staple Cartridge
Pull out this cartridge from the Saddle Stitcher when
clearing a staple jam or replacing a staple cartridge.
21
Handle [SD5]
Turn this handle to clear a paper jam.
22
Handle [SD4]
Turn this handle to clear a paper jam.
23
Folding Output Tray
Used to collect printed pages by the fold/bind function.
d-Color MF752/652
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2.7
Large Capacity Unit LU-301/LU-204
2
Large Capacity Unit LU-301/LU-204
No.
Name
Description
1
Upper Door
Open this door to load paper.
2
Paper Take-Up Roller
Rotates when paper is fed to this machine.
3
Paper-Empty Indicator
Flashes in orange when a tray runs low on paper, and
lights up when a paper-out occurs.
4
Release Lever
Press this key to disconnect the Large Capacity Unit
from the main unit.
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2-18
Large Capacity Unit LU-301/LU-204
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Checking the Available Paper
Types
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3
Checking the Available Paper Types
Paper Type
Paper weight
Paper capacity
Thin paper
13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb
(52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 150 sheets
Tray 1: 500 sheets
Tray 2: 500 sheets
Tray 3: 1500 sheets
Tray 4: 1000 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-301: 3000 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-204: 2500 sheets
Plain paper
Recycled paper
Single Side Only*1
Special Paper*2
Letterhead*3
Colored Paper*4
User Paper 1*5
User Paper 2*5
15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 150 sheets
Tray 1: 500 sheets
Tray 2: 500 sheets
Tray 3: 1500 sheets
Tray 4: 1000 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-301: 3000 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-204: 2500 sheets
Thick 1
User Paper 3*5
24-3/16 lb to 31-15/16 lb
(91 g/m2 to 120 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 100 sheets
Tray 1: 400 sheets
Tray 2: 400 sheets
Tray 3: 1150 sheets
Tray 4: 750 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-301: 2500 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-204: 2000 sheets
Thick 1+
User Paper 4*5
32-3/16 lb to 41-3/4 lb
(121 g/m2 to 157 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 80 sheets
Tray 1: 280 sheets
Tray 2: 280 sheets
Tray 3: 800 sheets
Tray 4: 500 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-301: 1750 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-204: 1450 sheets
Thick 2
User Paper 5*5
42 lb to 55-5/8 lb
(158 g/m2 to 209 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 70 sheets
Tray 1: 200 sheets
Tray 2: 200 sheets
Tray 3: 700 sheets
Tray 4: 450 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-301: 1550 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-204: 1250 sheets
Thick 3
User Paper 6*5
55-7/8 lb to 68-1/8 lb
(210 g/m2 to 256 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 60 sheets
Tray 1: 200 sheets
Tray 2: 200 sheets
Tray 3: 600 sheets
Tray 4: 400 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-301: 1300 sheets
Large Capacity Unit LU-204: 1000 sheets
Thick 4
68-3/8 lb to 79-13/16 lb
(257 g/m2 to 300 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 50 sheets
Transparency
-
Bypass Tray: 20 sheets
Postcards (4 e 6 (A6
Card))
-
Bypass Tray: 50 sheets
Tray 3: 200 sheets
Tray 4: 200 sheets
Envelope
-
Bypass Tray: 10 sheets
Label sheets
-
Bypass Tray: 50 sheets
Index paper
-
Bypass Tray: 70 sheets
Banner paper
33-13/16 lb to 55-7/8 lb
(127 g/m2 to 210 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 10 sheets
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*1
Paper where you do not print on both sides (for example, when something is already printed on the front
side).
*2
Fine and other special paper.
*3
Paper where company names, preset text, and others are already printed.
*4
Colored paper.
*5
Paper that is registered as one of frequently used paper types.
For paper weight and media adjustment settings, contact your service representative.
NOTICE
Paper other than plain paper, such as transparency and colored paper, is called special paper. When loading
special paper into the paper tray, specify the correct paper type. Otherwise, it may result in a paper jam or
image error.
Tips
For paper weight and media adjustment settings, contact your service representative.
When printing on the reverse side of a sheet printed on one side, load paper into the Bypass Tray, and
select [Duplex 2nd Side] in the paper setting, improving a reduction of the printing image quality. [Duplex 2nd Side] is available when plain paper, Thick 1, Thick 1+, Thick 2, Thick 3, or Thick 4 is selected
to be printed from the Bypass Tray.
If thin paper, Thick 3, or Thick 4 is selected for printing, resulting image quality may not be as expected.
Do not use thin paper thinner than 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 (A5).
When loading transparency in the paper tray, place them in the v direction.
Transparency can only be printed in black.
The Mount Kit MK-715 is required to use banner paper for printing.
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Checking the Specifications
of this Machine
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4
Checking the Specifications of this Machine
Type of this machine
Item
Specifications
Type
Scanner, printer, integrated console
Document holder
Stationary (mirror scanning)
Photo conductor
OPC
Light source
LED light-source illumination
Copy system
Laser electrostatic copying
Developing system
Dry 2-component HMT developing system
Fusing system
Belt fusing
Paper
Type
Paper feed port (Maximum number of sheets to be loaded)
Automatic
Duplex
Unit
Tray 1 /
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
Bypass
Tray
Thin paper (1313/16 lb to 1511/16 lb (52 g/m2 to
59 g/m2))
o (500
sheets)
o (1500
sheets)
o (1000
sheets)
o (150
sheets)
o
Plain paper (1515/16 lb to 2315/16 lb (60 g/m2 to
90 g/m2))
o (500
sheets)
o (1500
sheets)
o (1000
sheets)
o (150
sheets)
o
1-sided special paper (15-15/16 lb to
23-15/16 lb (60
g/m2 to 90 g/m2))
o (500
sheets)
o (1500
sheets)
o (1000
sheets)
o (150
sheets)
-
Thick 1 (24-3/16 lb
to 31-15/16 lb (91
g/m2 to 120 g/m2))
o (400
sheets)
o (1150
sheets)
o (750
sheets)
o (100
sheets)
o
Thick 1+ (32-3/16 lb
to 41-3/4 lb (121
g/m2 to 157 g/m2))
o (280
sheets)
o (800
sheets)
o (500
sheets)
o (80
sheets)
o
Allowable paper types
Recycled paper (1515/16 lb to 2315/16 lb (60 g/m2 to
90 g/m2))
Special paper (1515/16 lb to 2315/16 lb (60 g/m2 to
90 g/m2))
Letterhead (1515/16 lb to 2315/16 lb (60 g/m2 to
90 g/m2))
Colored Paper (1515/16 lb to 2315/16 lb (60 g/m2 to
90 g/m2))
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Type
Paper feed port (Maximum number of sheets to be loaded)
Automatic
Duplex
Unit
Tray 1 /
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
Bypass
Tray
Thick 2 (42 lb to 555/8 lb (158 g/m2 to
209 g/m2))
o (250
sheets)
o (700
sheets)
o (450
sheets)
o (70
sheets)
o
Thick 3 (55-7/8 lb to
68-1/8 lb (210 g/m2
to 256 g/m2))
o (200
sheets)
o (600
sheets)
o (400
sheets)
o (60
sheets)
o
Thick 4 (68-3/8 lb to
79-13/16 lb (257
g/m2 to 300 g/m2))
-
-
-
o (50
sheets)
-
Transparency
-
-
-
o (20
sheets)
-
Postcards (4 e 6 (A6
Card))
-
o (200
sheets)
o (200
sheets)
o (50
sheets)
o
Index paper
-
-
-
o (70
sheets)
-
Envelope
-
-
-
o (10
sheets)
-
Label sheets
-
-
-
o (50
sheets)
-
Banner paper (3313/16 lb to 55-7/8 lb
(127 g/m2 to 210
g/m2))
-
-
-
o (10
sheets)
-
12 e 18 w,
11 e 17 w to
5-1/2 e 81/2 w, SRA3
w, A3 w to
A5 w, B4 w,
B5 w/v, 8 e
13 w*1, 16K
v, 8K w
8-1/2 e 11 v, 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 v,
A4 v, A5 v, B5 v, postcard (4
e 6 (A6 Card)) w, 16K v
12 e 18 w to
5-1/2 e 81/2 w/v, 4 e
6 w, SRA3
w, A3 w to
A6 w, B4 w
to B6 w, A6
Card w, 8 e
13 w*1, 16K
w/v, 8K w,
banner paper*2
Width: 39/16 inches
to 12-5/8
inches (90
mm to 320
mm),
Length: 51/2 to 471/4 inches
(139.7 mm
to 1200 mm)
12-1/4 e
18 w to
5-1/2 e
8-1/2 w,
4 e 6 w,
SRA3 w,
A3 w to
A6 w, B4
w to B6
w, ISOB5 w/v,
A6 Card,
8 e 13
w*1, 16K
w/v, 8K
w
Width: 315/16
inches to
12-5/8
inches
(100 mm
to 320
mm),
Length:
5-13/16
inches to
18 inches (148
mm to
457.2
mm)
Allowable sizes
*1
There are six types of foolscap: 8-1/2 e 13-1/2 w, 220 mm e 330 mm w, 8-1/2 e 13 w, 8-1/4 e 13 w,
8-1/8 e 13-1/4 w, and 8 e 13 w. Any one of these sizes is selectable. For details, contact your service representative.
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Banner paper
Width: 8-1/4 to 11-11/16 inches (210 mm to 297 mm)
Length: 18 to 47-1/4 inches (457.3 mm to 1200 mm)
Mechanical specifications
Item
Specifications
Power supply
AC 120 V, 16 A, 60 Hz (AC 220 V to 240 V, 10 A, 50/60 Hz)
Max. power consumption
2100 W
Size
Width 25-9/16 inches (650 mm) e Depth 31-7/16 inches (799 mm) e Height
45-1/2 inches (1,155 mm)
Machine occupation dimensions
Width 38-7/8 inches (988 mm) e Depth 56-7/8 inches (1,444.5 mm) e
Height 64-15/16 inches (1,650 mm)
This shows the dimensions when the Paper Tray is pulled out and the Tray
Extension of the Bypass Tray and ADF are opened.
Weight
Approx. 487-3/16 lb (221 kg)
Dual Scan Document Feeder
Item
Specifications
Original feed function
1-sided original, 2-sided original, mixed original
Original types
1-Sided
Thin paper (9-5/16 lb to 13-1/16 lb (35 g/m2 to
49 g/m2))
Plain paper (13-5/16 lb to 55-7/8 lb (50 g/m2 to
210 g/m2))
2-Sided
Plain paper (13-5/16 lb to 55-7/8 lb (50 g/m2 to
210 g/m2))
Mixed original
Plain paper (13-5/16 lb to 34-1/16 lb (50 g/m2 to
128 g/m2))
Original Size
1-Sided/2-Sided Originals: 11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 v, A3 w to A6 w
Index paper: 8-1/2 e 14 w, 8-1/2 e 11 v/w, A3 w, A4 v/w, B4 w, B5 v
Original loading capacity
1-Sided or 2-Sided Originals: Max. 150 sheets (21-1/4 lb (80 g/m2))
Index paper: Max. 70 sheets
Scan speed
1-sided: 90 sheets/min. 2-sided: 180 sheets/min. (At letter (8-1/2 e 11 v) or
A4 v scanning)
Power supply
Supply from machine
Max. power consumption
81.5 W or less
Size
Width 24-5/16 inches (618 mm) e Depth 22-5/8 inches (575 mm) e Height
5-1/2 inches (140 mm)
Weight
Approx. 39-11/16 lb (18 kg)
Operating environment
Item
Specifications
Operating environment
conditions
Temperature: 50 to 86 °F (10 to 30 °C)
Humidity: 15 to 85%RH
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Common specifications
Item
Specifications
Warm-up time
Period from the time sub power off mode is released to the time this machine is ready for printing while the Main Power Switch is turned on (room
temperature: 73.4 °F (23 °C))
22 sec. or less
Period from the time Main Power Switch was turned on to the time this
machine is ready for printing (room temperature: 73.4 °F (23 °C))
22 sec. or less
Warm-up time may vary depending on the operating environment and usage.
Fast copy (print) time
(At letter (8-1/2 e 11 v) or
A4 v printing)
d-Color MF752
Full color: 3.6 sec. or less
Black: 5.3 sec. or less
d-Color MF652
Full color: 3.7 sec. or less
Black: 5.3 sec. or less
Memory size (hard disk capacity)
2048 MB (250 GB)
Copy function
Item
Specifications
Resolution
Scanning
600 dpi e 600 dpi
Writing
1200 dpi e 1200 dpi
Type
Sheets, books (two-page spread), three-dimensional
objects
Size
Max. 11 e 17 w (A3 w)
Weight
4-7/16 lb (2 kg)
Top edge
3/16 inch (4.2 mm)
Bottom edge
1/8 inch (3.0 mm)
Right edge
1/8 inch (3.0 mm)
Left edge
1/8 inch (3.0 mm)
Originals
Image chipping width
Maximum printing area
4-6
For paper 12-1/4 e 18 inches (311.1 mm e 457.2 mm): 11-15/16 e 17-11/16
inches (302.6 mm e 448.7 mm)
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Item
Specifications
Copy speed
(At letter (8-1/2 e 11 v) or
A4 v printing)
Full Color
(Simplex/Duplex)
d-Color MF752
Thin paper: 42 sheets/min.
Plain paper: 60 sheets/min.
Thick 1/Thick1+/Thick 2/Thick 3/Thick 4:
38 sheets/min.
1200 dpi, Special paper/Glossy mode:
25 sheets/min.
d-Color MF652
Thin paper: 42 sheets/min.
Plain paper: 60 sheets/min.
Thick 1/Thick1+/Thick 2/Thick 3/Thick 4:
38 sheets/min.
1200 dpi, Special paper/Glossy mode:
25 sheets/min.
Black
(Simplex/Duplex)
d-Color MF752
Thin paper: 51 sheets/min.
Plain paper: 75 sheets/min.
Thick 1/Thick1+/Thick 2/Thick 3/Thick 4:
38 sheets/min.
1200 dpi, Special paper/Glossy mode:
25 sheets/min.
d-Color MF652
Thin paper: 45 sheets/min.
Plain paper: 65 sheets/min.
Thick 1/Thick1+/Thick 2/Thick 3/Thick 4:
38 sheets/min.
1200 dpi, Special paper/Glossy mode:
25 sheets/min.
Copy magnification
Full size: 100.0% +/- 0.5%
Enlarged size: 115.4%, 122.4%, 141.4%, 200.0%
Reduced size: 86.6%, 81.6%, 70.7%, 50.0%
Manual: 25.0 to 400.0% (in 0.1% steps)
Number of continuous
copies
1 to 9999 sheets
Density adjustment
Copy density
Manual density adjustment (9 levels)
Background density
Manual or automatic density adjustment (9 levels),
Background removal
Plain paper
250 sheets
Thin paper
250 sheets
Thick
10 sheets
Transparency
1 sheet
Number of sheets loaded in
Output Tray
Scanner functions
Item
Specifications
Scannable range
Max. 11 e 17 w (A3 w)
Originals
Type
Sheets, books (two-page spread), three-dimensional
objects
Size
Max. 11 e 17 w (A3 w)
Weight
4-7/16 lb (2 kg)
Scannable paper size
d-Color MF752/652
11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, 4 e 6 w/v, A3 w to B6 w, A6 Card w/v,
8 e 13 w*1, 16K w/v, 8K w
*1 There are six types of foolscap: 8-1/2 e 13-1/2 w, 220 mm e 330 mm w,
8-1/2 e 13 w, 8-1/4 e 13 w, 8-1/8 e 13-1/4 w, and 8 e 13 w. Any one of
these sizes can be selected. (Default: 8 e 13 w) For details, contact your
service representative.
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Item
Specifications
Image chipping width
Top edge
3/16 inches (4.2 mm) (Thin paper: 3/16 inches
(5.0 mm))
Bottom edge
1/8 inch (3.0 mm)
Right edge
1/8 inch (3.0 mm)
Left edge
1/8 inch (3.0 mm)
Scanning resolution
Push: 200 dpi/300 dpi/400 dpi/600 dpi
Pull: Allows you to zoom and scan data.
Function
E-Mail Settings
FTP
PC (SMB)
User Box
Web DAV
Scan server sending
PC (DPWS)
Special functions
Mixed Original, Thin Paper, Z-Folded Original, Banner Original, Despeckle,
Blank Original Removal, Binding Position, Erase, Center Erase, Book Original, Book Separation, Original Direction, Bleed Removal, Stamp/Composition, Date/Time, Header/Footer, Sharpness
SMB
Supported Operating Systems
Windows
Windows XP Home/Professional
Windows Server 2003, each edition
Windows Vista, each edition
Windows Server 2008
The DFS function supports only the environment configured by the following Windows server operating
systems.
Windows Server 2003, each edition
Windows Server 2008
The direct hosting function supports the following operating systems.
Windows XP
Windows Vista
(The IPv6 function is only supported in Windows Vista.)
Samba
2.2.x series
3.x series
Novell Netware
Netware 6.5 (SP6 or later)
Compatible computer
TWAIN
4-8
Computer
Conforms to the OS specifications.
Memory
Conforms to the OS specifications.
Network
Computer with correct TCP/IP protocol settings
Hard disk
Requires free memory space of 20 MB or more.
Driver
TWAIN Driver, HDD TWAIN Driver
Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP Home Edition (SP3 or later)
Windows XP Professional (SP3 or later)
Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (SP3 or later)
Windows Vista Home Basic (SP2 or later)*
Windows Vista Home Premium (SP2 or later)*
Windows Vista Ultimate (SP2 or later)*
Windows Vista Business (SP2 or later)*
Windows Vista Enterprise (SP2 or later)*
Windows 7 Home Basic*
Windows 7 Home Premium*
Windows 7 Professional*
Windows 7 Enterprise*
Windows 7 Ultimate*
*
Supports the 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) environment.
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Printer function
Item
Specifications
Type
Built-in printer controller
Memory size
2048 MB (Common to the main unit)
Hard disk size
250 GB (Common to the main unit)
I/F
Ethernet (1000Base-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T)
USB 2.0/1.1
Printer language
PCL5e/c Emulation
PCL XL ver. 2.1 Emulation
PostScript 3 Emulation (3016)
XPS ver.1.0
Resolution
1800 dpi e 600 dpi or 1200 dpi e 1200 dpi (in 1200 dpi mode)
Image chipping width
Top edge
3/16 inch (4.2 mm)
Bottom edge
3/16 inch (4.2 mm)
Right edge
3/16 inch (4.2 mm)
Left edge
3/16 inch (4.2 mm)
Maximum printing area
For paper 12-1/4 e 18 inches (311.1 mm e 457.2 mm): 11-15/16 e 17-11/16
inches (302.6 mm e 448.7 mm)
Number of sheets loaded in
Output Tray
Plain paper
250 sheets
Thin paper
250 sheets
Thick
10 sheets
Transparency
1 sheet
Fonts (Built-in fonts)
<PCL>
European 80 fonts
Japanese
HG Mincho L
HG P Mincho L
HG Gothic B
HG P Gothic B
<PostScript 3 Emulation>
European 137 fonts
Japanese
HG Mincho L
HG Gothic B
Compatible computer
IBM PC and its compatible machine
Macintosh (PowerPC, Intel Processor: Mac OS X 10.4/10.5/10.6 only)
d-Color MF752/652
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4
4-10
Item
Specifications
Printer driver
PCL Driver (PCL
driver)
Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 1 or later)
Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition (Service
Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (Service
Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003 R2, Standard Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Enterprise Edition
Windows XP Professional e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003, Standard e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Standard e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Enterprise e64 Edition
Windows Vista Business *
Windows Vista Enterprise *
Windows Vista Home Basic *
Windows Vista Home Premium *
Windows Vista Ultimate *
Windows Server 2008 Standard *
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise *
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard
Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise
Windows 7 Home Basic *
Windows 7 Home Premium *
Windows 7 Professional *
Windows 7 Enterprise *
Windows 7 Ultimate *
* Supports the 32-bit (e86) or 64-bit (e64) environment.
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Item
Specifications
Printer driver
PostScript Driver
(PS driver)
Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 1 or later)
Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition (Service
Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (Service
Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003 R2, Standard Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Enterprise Edition
Windows XP Professional e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003, Standard e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Standard e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Enterprise e64 Edition
Windows Vista Business *
Windows Vista Enterprise *
Windows Vista Home Basic *
Windows Vista Home Premium *
Windows Vista Ultimate *
Windows Server 2008 Standard *
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise *
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard
Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise
Windows 7 Home Basic *
Windows 7 Home Premium *
Windows 7 Professional *
Windows 7 Enterprise *
Windows 7 Ultimate *
* Supports the 32-bit (e86) or 64-bit (e64) environment.
XPS Driver (XPS
driver)
Windows Vista Business *
Windows Vista Enterprise *
Windows Vista Home Basic *
Windows Vista Home Premium *
Windows Vista Ultimate *
Windows Server 2008 Standard *
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise *
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard
Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise
Windows 7 Home Basic *
Windows 7 Home Premium *
Windows 7 Professional *
Windows 7 Enterprise *
Windows 7 Ultimate *
*
Supports the 32-bit (e86) or 64-bit (e64) environment.
PostScript PPD
driver (PS-PPD)
Mac OS 9.2 or later
Mac OS X 10.2.8/10.3/10.4/10.5 /10.6
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Item
Specifications
Fax driver
PCL Driver (PCL
driver)
Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 1 or later)
Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition (Service
Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (Service
Pack 1 or later)
Windows Server 2003 R2, Standard Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Enterprise Edition
Windows XP Professional e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003, Standard e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Standard e64 Edition
Windows Server 2003 R2, Enterprise e64 Edition
Windows Vista Business *
Windows Vista Enterprise *
Windows Vista Home Basic *
Windows Vista Home Premium *
Windows Vista Ultimate *
Windows Server 2008 Standard *
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise *
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard
Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise
Windows 7 Home Basic *
Windows 7 Home Premium *
Windows 7 Professional *
Windows 7 Enterprise *
Windows 7 Ultimate *
* Supports the 32-bit (e86) or 64-bit (e64) environment.
Network function
Item
Specifications
Type
Embedded
Frame type
Ethernet 802.2
Ethernet 802.3
Ethernet II
Ethernet SNAP
Cable type
1000Base-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T
Connector
Bluetooth performance
RJ-45
*1
Communication protocol: Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
Supported profile: OPP/BPP/SPP
Supported protocols
TCP/IP(IPv4/IPv6), BOOTP, ARP, ICMP, DHCP, DHCPv6, AutoIP, SLP,
SNMP, FTP, LPR/LPD, RAW Socket, SMB over TCP/IP, IPP, HTTP, POP,
SMTP, LDAP, NTP, SSL, IPX, AppleTalk, Bonjour, NetBEUI, WebDAV, DPWS, S/MIME, IPsec, DNS, DynamicDNS, LLMNR, LLTD, SSDP, SOAP
Supported LDAP Servers
OpenLDAP 2.1x, Active Directory, Exchange 5.5/2000/2003, Sun Java Directory Server(Netscape/iPlanet Directory Server), Novell NetWare 5.x/6.x
NDS, Novell eDirectory 8.6/8.7, LotusDominoServer(5.x/6.x)*2
Supported LDAP protocol
LDAP Protocol Version 3 (Version 2 is not supported)
Supported SSL versions
SSL3.0 and TLS1.0 (An x.509 certificate must be installed on the server.)
Multiprotocol
Auto detection
Settings
Saved to non-volatile memory
*1 Requires the optional Local Interface Kit EK-605.
*2 When using the Lotus Domino Server, and setting the search condition to "OR", the function will not work
correctly.
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Checking the Specifications
of Optional Components
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Checking the Specifications of Optional Components
Fax function (Fax Kit FK-511)
Item
Specifications
Memory size
2048 MB (standard)
Number of stored pages
10,000 pages (when an approx. 700-character original with the 8-1/2 e 11
(A4) size is stored with [Fine] resolution)
Applicable lines
Subscribed telephone lines (including facsimile communication networks)
PBX lines
Scanning line density
Ultra Fine:
600 dpi e 600 dpi
Super Fine:
16 dot/mm e 15.4 line/mm, 400 dpi e 400 dpi
Fine:
8 dot/mm e 7.7 line/mm, 200 dpi e 200 dpi
Normal:
8 dot/mm e 3.85 line/mm
Faxes are transmitted at any of the above scanning line densities according to the capabilities of a recipient's machine.
Baud rate (G3)
2400/4800/7200/9600/12000/14400/16800/19200/21600/24000/26400/
28800/31200/33600 bps
Maximum scanning size
Original Glass:
11-11/16 inches e 17 inches (297 mm e 431.8 mm) (11 e 17 (A3) size)
ADF:
11-11/16 inches e 39-3/8 inches (297 mm e 1000 mm) (Normal, Fine, Super
Fine)
11-11/16 inches e 17 inches (297 mm e 432 mm) (Ultra Fine, Manual Transmission)
Maximum recording size
11-11/16 inches e 16-9/16 inches (297 mm e 420 mm) (11 e 17 (A3) size)
An original of 39-3/8 inches (1000 mm) or more is printed based on the
page separation setting.
Large Capacity Unit LU-301
Item
Specifications
Paper Type
Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)), Plain paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Thick 1 (24-3/16 lb to 31-15/16
lb (91 to 120 g/m2)), Thick1+ (32-3/16 lb to 41-3/4 lb (121 to 157 g/m2)),
Thick 2 (42 lb to 55-5/8 lb (158 to 209 g/m2)),
Thick 3 (55-7/8 lb to 68-1/8 lb (210 to 256 g/m2)
Paper Size
8-1/2 e 11 v, A4 v
Number of sheets able to
be loaded
Plain paper: 3000 sheets (21-1/4 lb (80 g/m2))/
3300 sheets (17 lb (64 g/m2)), Thick 1: 2500 sheets, Thick 1+: 1750 sheets,
Thick 2: 1550 sheets, Thick 3: 1300 sheets
Power supply
Supply from machine
Max. power consumption
22 W or less
Size
Width 14-7/16 inches (367 mm) e Depth 20-13/16 inches (528 mm) e
Height 15-15/16 inches (405 mm)
Weight
Approx. 39-11/16 lb (18 kg)
d-Color MF752/652
5-3
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Large Capacity Unit LU-204
Item
Specifications
Paper Type
Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)), Plain paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)),
Thick 1 (24-3/16 lb to 31-15/16 lb (91 to 120 g/m2)), Thick1+ (32-3/16 lb to
41-3/4 lb (121 to 157 g/m2)), Thick 2 (42 lb to 55-5/8 lb (158 to 209 g/m2)),
Thick 3 (55-7/8 lb to 68-1/8 lb (210 to 256 g/m2)
Paper Size*
12 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 8-1/2 e 11 w/v, SRA3 w, A3 w, B4 w, A4 w/v
Number of sheets able to
be loaded
Plain paper: 2500 sheets (21-1/4 lb (80 g/m2))/2750 sheets (17 lb (64 g/m2),
Thick 1: 2000 sheets, Thick 1+: 1450 sheets, Thick 2: 1250 sheets, Thick
3: 1000 sheets
Power supply
Supply from machine
Max. power consumption
22 W or less
Size
Width 24-3/4 inches (629 mm) e Depth 21-7/8 inches (556 mm) e Height
15-15/16 inches (405 mm)
Weight
Approx. 55-1/8 lb (25 kg)
*
The maximum number of loadable sheets for each paper size is 2500 sheets (21-1/4 lb (80 g/m2)) or 2750
sheets (17 lb (64 g/m2)).
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Finisher FS-535
Item
Specifications
Output tray
Output Tray 1 (Sub tray), Output Tray 2 (Main tray)
Feeding function
Group, Sort, Offset Group*, Offset Sort*, Staple*
Fed into Output Tray 2
*
Paper Type
Group, Sort: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)),
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)). Recycled paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)),
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 79-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to 300 g/m2)), Transparency,
Postcard (4 e 6 (A6 Card)), Envelope, Label sheets, Letterhead, Index paper, Banner paper*
*
Fed into Output Tray 1
Offset Group, Offset Sort: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to
59 g/m2)), Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Thick (24-3/16 lb
to 79-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to 300 g/m2))
Staple: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)), Plain
paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper (1515/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Thick (24-3/16 lb to 55-5/8 lb
(91 g/m2 to 209 g/m2))
Paper Size
<Output Tray 1>
12-1/4 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, 4 e 6 w, SRA3w, A3 w to
A6 w, B4 w to B6 w, A6 Card w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 3-9/16 inches to 12-5/8 inches (90 mm to 320 mm),
Length: 5-1/2 to 47-1/4 inches (139.7 mm to 1200 mm)
<Output Tray 2>
Group/Sort:
12-1/4 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, 4 e 6 w, SRA3w, A3 w to
A6 w, B4 w to B6 w, A6 Card w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 5-1/8 to 12-5/8 inches (130 mm to 320 mm),
Length: 5-1/2 to 18 inches (139.7 mm to 457.2 mm)
Offset Group/Offset Sort:
12-1/4 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 7-1/4 e 10-1/2 w/v, SRA3 w, A3 w to A5 v,
B4 w to B6 w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 7-3/16 to 12-1/4 inches (182 mm to 311.15 mm),
Length: 5-7/8 to 18 inches (148.5 mm to 457.2 mm)
Staple:
11 e 17 w to 7-1/4 e 10-1/2 w/v, A3 w to A5 v, B4 w to B6 v, 16K w/v,
8K w
Width: 7-3/16 inches to 12 inches (182 mm to 304.8 mm),
Length: 5-7/8 inches to 18 inches (148.5 mm to 457.2 mm)
Paper loading capacity
<Output Tray 1>
Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)),
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2))
200
sheets
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 79-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to 300 g/m2)), Transparency, Postcard (4 e 6 (A6 Card)), Envelope, Label sheets,
Letterhead, Index paper
20
sheets
Banner paper
Not
specified
Load height: 1-1/2 inches (38 mm)
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Item
Specifications
Paper loading capacity
<Output Tray 2>
Group/
Sort
Offset
Group/
Offset Sort
Staple
Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to
15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to
59 g/m2)), Plain paper (1515/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to
90 g/m2)), Recycled paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 to 90 g/m2))
8-1/2 e 11 w,
A4 w or less
3000
sheets
8-1/2 e 14 w,
B4 w or more
1500
sheets
5-1/2 e 8-1/2
w, A5 w or
more
500
sheets
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 79-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to
300 g/m2))
100
sheets
Transparency, postcard (4 e 6 (A6 Card)), envelope, label sheet, letterhead, index paper
Not
specified
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to
23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)),
Recycled paper (15-15/16 lb
to 23-15/16 lb (60 to
90 g/m2))
8-1/2 e 11 w,
A4 w or less
3000
sheets
8-1/2 e 14 w,
B4 w or more
1500
sheets
B5 v or less
500
sheets
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 79-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to
300 g/m2))
Not
specified
Thin paper (1313/16 lb to 1511/16 lb (52 g/m2
to 59 g/m2)), Plain
paper (15-15/16
lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 to 90 g/m2)),
Recycled paper
(15-15/16 lb to
23-15/16 lb (60 to
90 g/m2))
2 to 9 sheets
200
copies
10 to 20 sheets
50 copies
21 to 30 sheets
30 copies
31 to 40 sheets
25 copies
41 to 50 sheets
20 copies
51 to 60 sheets
15 copies
61 to 100
sheets
10 copies
2 to 9 sheets
50 copies
10 to 20 sheets
50 copies
21 to 30 sheets
30 copies
31 to 40 sheets
25 copies
41 to 50 sheets
20 copies
51 to 60 sheets
15 copies
61 to 100
sheets
10 copies
8-1/2 e
11 w,
A4 w
or less
8-1/2 e
14 w,
B4 w
or
more
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 55-5/8 lb (91 g/m2 to
209 g/m2))
Not
specified
Load height: 14-1/2 inches (369 mm)
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Item
Specifications
Maximum number of stapled sheets
Thin paper, Plain paper,
Recycled paper (13-13/16
lb to 21-1/4 lb (52 g/m2 to
80 g/m2))
100 sheets
Shift amount
1-3/16 inches (30 mm)
Power supply
Supply from machine
Max. power consumption
105 W or less (when all applicable options are installed)
Size
Width: 28-1/2 inches (724 mm) (When tray is pulled out: 34-11/16 inches
(881 mm)) e Width: 27-15/16 inches (709.5 mm) e Height: 40-3/8 inches
(1025 mm)
Weight
Approx. 140 lb (63.5 kg)
Consumables
Staple MS-10A
For EH-1028 (Product No. 1002 manufactured by MAX) (5,000 staples included) e 1 unit
Saddle Stitcher SD-512
Item
Specifications
Feeding function
Center Staple & Fold, Half-Fold
(Belt conveyer feeding)
Paper Type
Fold, Staple: Thin Paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)),
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Thick (24-3/16 lb to 55-5/8 lb
(91 g/m2 to 209 g/m2))*
* Can be used only as a cover page.
Half-Fold:Thin Paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)),
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Thick (24-3/16 lb to 55-5/8 lb
(91 g/m2 to 209 g/m2))*
*
Can be used by only one sheet.
Tri-Fold: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)), Plain
paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper (1515/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2))
Paper Size
Center Staple, Center Fold: 12-1/4 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 8-1/2 e 11 w, A3
w, A4 w, B4 w, 8K w
Width: 8-1/4 to 12-5/8 inches (210 mm to 320 mm), Length: 11 to 18 inches
(279.4 mm to 457.2 mm)
Tri-Fold: 8-1/2 e 11 w, A4 w, 16K w
Maximum number of
sheets that can be centerstapled
20 sheets
Example number of stapled sheets: Front cover (13-13/16 lb to 55-5/8 lb
(52 g/m2 to 209 g/m2)) 1 sheet + Thin paper, Plain paper (13-13/16 lb to 2315/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 90 g/m2) 19 sheets
Maximum number of folded sheets
Half-Fold: 5 sheets
Tri-Fold: 3 sheets
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Item
Specifications
Capacity of Folding Output Tray
Center folding
When the length
of paper is
13 inches
(330 mm) or more
1 to 5 sheets stapled
35 sets
6 to 10 sheets stapled
30 sets
11 to 20 sheets stapled
15 sets
1 to 5 sheets stapled
35 sets
6 to 10 sheets stapled
25 sets
11 to 20 sheets stapled
15 sets
When the length
of paper is
13 inches
(330 mm) or more
1 to 5 sheets folded
35 sets
When the length
of paper is less
than 13 inches
(330 mm)
1 to 5 sheets folded
35 sets
When the length
of paper is
13 inches
(330 mm) or less
Half-Fold
Tri-Fold
One sheet folded
50 sets
2 sheets folded
40 sets
3 sheets folded
30 sets
Size
Width 9-7/16 inches (239 mm) e Depth 22-13/16 inches (579 mm) e Height
21 inches (534 mm)
Weight
Approx. 51-3/8 lb (23.3 kg), Approx. 7-1/16 lb (3.2 kg) (output tray)
Consumables
Staple SK-602
For EH-280 (Product No. 505 manufactured by MAX) (5000 staples included) e 1 unit
Power supply
Supplied from Finisher FS-535.
Punch Kit PK-521
5-8
Item
Specifications
Number of punch holes
2 holes, 3 holes, 4 holes
Paper Type
Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)), Plain paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Thick (24-3/16 lb to
79-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to 300 g/m2))
Paper Size
11 e 17 w to 7-1/4 e 10-1/2 w/v, A3 w to A4 w/v, B4 w to B5 w/v, 16K
w/v, 8K w
Power supply
Supplied from Finisher FS-535.
Size
Width 5-3/4 inches (146.2 mm) e Depth 25-3/16 inches (639.2 mm) e
Height 9-3/16 inches (233.8 mm)
Weight
Approx. 9-15/16 lb (4.5 kg)
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Job Separator JS-602
Item
Specifications
Output tray
Output Tray 3
Feeding function
Group, Sort
Paper Type
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2))
Paper Size
11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w, A3 w to A5 w, SRA4 w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 5-1/2 inches to 7-3/16 inches (139.7 mm to 182 mm), Length: 1111/16 inches to 17 inches (297 mm to 431.8 mm)
Paper loading capacity
Plain paper
21-1/4 lb
(80 g/m2)
8-1/2 e 11 w, A4 w
100
sheets
Other than 8-1/2 e 11 w, A3 w
50 sheets
Size
Width 13-7/16 inches (341 mm) e Depth 21-1/8 inches (537 mm) e Height
5-7/8 inches (149 mm)
Weight
Approx. 3-7/8 lb (1.75 kg)
Z Folding Unit ZU-606
Item
Specifications
Number of punch holes
2 holes, 3 holes, 4 holes
Paper type when hole
punching is selected
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2))
Paper size when hole
punching is selected
11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, A3 w to A5 w/v, 16K w/v, 8K w
Fold type
Z-Fold
Paper type when Z-folding
is selected
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2))
Paper size when Z-folding
is selected
11 e 17 w, 8-1/2 e 14 w, A3 w, B4 w , 8K w
Power supply
Supply from electrical outlet
Size
Width 6-5/8 inches (169 mm) e Depth 26 inches (660 mm) e Height 40-7/16
inches (1027.5 mm)
Weight
Approx. 99-3/16 lb (45 kg)
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5
Post Inserter PI-505
5-10
Item
Specifications
Configuration
2 trays (upper and lower)
Cover paper type
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 to 90 g/m2)), Thick (24-3/16 lb
to 55-5/8 lb (91 g/m2 to 209 g/m2))
Cover paper size
<Upper Tray>
8-1/2 e 11 w/v, 7-1/4 e 10-1/2 v, 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 v, A4 w/v to A5 v, B5 w/v,
16K w/v
Width: 7-3/16 inches to 12-1/4 inches (182 mm to 311.1 mm)
Length: 5-1/2 inches to 11-11/16 inches (139 mm to 297 mm)
<Lower Tray>
12 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w, 8-1/2 e 14 w, 8-1/2 e 11 w/v, 7-1/4 e 10-1/2 w/v,
5-1/2 e 8-1/2 v, A3 w to A5 v, B4, B5 w/v, SRA4 w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 7-3/16 inches to 12-1/4 inches (182 mm to 311.1 mm)
Length: 5-1/2 inches to 18 inches (139 mm to 457.2 mm)
Paper loading capacity
Plain paper 21-1/4 lb (80 g/m2)
Power supply
Supplied from Finisher FS-535.
Size
Width 20-1/8 inches (511 mm) e Depth 25 inches (635 mm) e Height 811/16 inches (220 mm)
Weight
Approx. 23-1/8 lb (10.5 kg)
200 sheets for each tray
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Finisher FS-534
Item
Specifications
Output tray
Output Tray 1 (Sub tray), Output Tray 2 (Main tray), Folding Output Tray
(Top of RU unit)
Feeding function
Group, Sort, Offset Group, Offset Sort, Staple
Paper Type
Group, Sort: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)),
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)), Transparency, Postcard (4 e 6 (A6 Card))*, Envelope, Label sheets, Letterhead, Index paper*,
Banner paper*
* Fed into Output Tray 1
Offset Group/Offset Sort: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2
to 59 g/m2)), Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)),
Recycled paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2))
Staple: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)), Plain
paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)),
Thick (3-9/16 lb to 8-1/4 lb (91 g/m2 to 209 g/m2))
Paper Size
<Output Tray 1>
12-1/4 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, 4 e 6 w, A3 w to A6 w,
A6 Card, B4 w to B6 w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 3-9/16 inches to 12-5/8 inches (90 mm to 320 mm), Length: 5-1/2
to 47-1/4 inches (139.7 mm to 1200 mm)
<Output Tray 2>
Group/Sort:
12-1/4 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, A3 w to A6 w, B4 w to
B6 w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 5-1/8 to 12-5/8 inches (130 mm to 320 mm),
Length: 5-1/2 to 18 inches (139.7 mm to 457.2 mm)
Offset Group/Offset Sort:
12-1/4 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, SRA3 w, A3 w to A5 v,
B4 w to B6 w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 7-3/16 to 12-5/8 inches (182 mm to 320 mm),
Length: 5-7/8 to 18 inches (148.5 mm to 457.2 mm)
Staple:
11 e 17 w to 7-1/4 e 10-1/2 w/v, A3 w to A5 v, B4 w to B5 w/v, 16K w/v,
8K w
Width: 7-3/16 to 11-11/16 inches (182 to 297 mm),
Length: 5-7/8 to 17 inches (148.5 mm to 431.8 mm)
<Folding Output Tray>
12-1/4 e 18 w, 11 e 17 w to 5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, A3 w to A6 w, B4 w to
B6 w, 16K w/v, 8K w
Width: 3-9/16 to 12-5/8 inches (90 mm to 320 mm),
Length: 5-1/2 to 18 inches (139.7 mm to 457.2 mm)
Paper loading quality
<Output Tray 1>
Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)),
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)),
Recycled paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90
g/m2))
200
sheets
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 11-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to 300 g/m2)),
Transparency, Postcard (4 e 6 (A6 Card)), Envelope, Label
sheets, Letterhead, Index paper
20 sheets
Banner paper
Not specified
Load height: 1-3/8 inches (35 mm)
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5
Item
Specifications
Paper loading quality
<Output Tray 2>
Group/
Sort
Offset
Group/
Offset Sort
Staple
Thin paper (1313/16 lb to 1511/16 lb (52 g/m2
to 59 g/m2)), Plain
paper (15-15/16
lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 g/m2 to 90
g/m2)), Recycled
paper (15-15/16
lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 g/m2 to 90
g/m2))
8-1/2 e 11 w, A4 w or
less, B5 w/v or more
3000
sheets
8-1/2 e 14 w, B4 w or
more
1500
sheets
5-1/2 e 8-1/2 w/v, A5
w/v or more
500
sheets
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 11-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to
300 g/m2)), Transparency, Postcard (4 e 6 (A6
Card)), Envelope, Label sheets, Letterhead,
Index paper
20 sheets
Thin paper (1313/16 lb to 1511/16 lb (52 g/m2
to 59 g/m2)), Plain
paper (15-15/16
lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 g/m2 to 90
g/m2)), Recycled
paper (15-15/16
lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 g/m2 to 90
g/m2))
8-1/2 e 11 w/v, A4 w/v,
B5 v
3000
sheets
8-1/2 e 14 w, A4 w, B5
w, B4 w or more
1500
sheets
B5 v or less
500
sheets
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 11-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to
300 g/m2))
20 sheets
Thin paper (1313/16 lb to 1511/16 lb (52 g/m2
to 59 g/m2)), Plain
paper (15-15/16
lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 g/m2 to 90
g/m2)), Recycled
paper (15-15/16
lb to 23-15/16 lb
(60 g/m2 to 90
g/m2))
2 to 9 sheets
100 copies
10 to 20 sheets
50 copies
21 to 30 sheets
30 copies
31 to 40 sheets
25 copies
41 sheets or more
20 copies
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 11-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to
300 g/m2))
20 copies
Load height: 14-3/4 inches (375 mm) (8-1/2 e 11 w, A4 w or less)/
7-3/8 inches (187.5 mm) (8-1/2 e 14 w, B4 w or more)
Paper loading quality
<Folding Output Tray>
Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)),
Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)),
Recycled paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90
g/m2))
100
sheets
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 11-13/16 lb (91 g/m2 to 300 g/m2)),
Transparency, Postcard (4 e 6 (A6 Card)), Envelope, Label
sheets, Letterhead, Index paper
20 sheets
Load height: 7/8 inches (22.5 mm)
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Maximum number of stapled sheets
Thin paper, Plain paper, Recycled paper (13-13/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb
(52 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)): 50 sheets
Thick (24-3/16 lb to 31-15/16 lb (91 g/m2 to 120 g/m2)): 30 sheets
Thick (32-3/16 lb to 55-5/8 lb (121 g/m2 to 209 g/m2)): 15 sheets
Example number of stapled sheets: Thick (55-5/8 lb (209 g/m2)) 2 sheets +
Plain paper (23-15/16 lb (90 g/m2)) 48 sheets
Shift amount
13/16 inches (20 mm)
Power supply
Supply from machine
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Item
Specifications
Max. power consumption
56 W or less
Size
Width 20-13/16 inches (528 mm), 25-7/8 inches* (658 mm*) e Depth: 251/4 inches (641 mm) e Height 40-1/4 inches (1023 mm), 41-15/16 inches*
(1065 mm*)
The numbers marked by * indicate the values applied when the tray is
pulled output
Weight
Approx. 88-3/16 lb (40 kg)
Consumables
Staple SK-602
For EH-590 (Product No. 505 manufactured by MAX) (5000 staples included) e 1 unit
Saddle Stitcher SD-511
Item
Specifications
Feeding function
Center Staple & Fold, Half-Fold
Paper Type
Center Staple, Staple: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to
59 g/m2)), Plain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)),
Thick (3-9/16 lb to 8-1/4 lb (91 g/m2 to 209 g/m2))*
* Can be used only as a cover page.
Half-Fold: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)),
Pain paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)),
Thick (3-9/16 lb to 8-1/4 lb (91 g/m2 to 209 g/m2))*
*
Can be used by only one sheet.
Tri-Fold: Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)), Plain
paper (15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2))
Paper Size
Center Staple/Center Fold: 12-1/4 e 18 w, 11e 17 w, 8-1/2 e 14 w, 8-1/2
e 11 w, A3 w, A4 w, B4 w, 8K w
Width: 8-1/4 to 12-5/8 inches (210 mm to 320 mm), Length: 11 to 18 inches
(279.4 mm to 457.2 mm)
Tri-Fold: 8-1/2 e 11 w, A4 w, 16K w
Maximum number of
sheets that can be centerstapled
20 sheets
Example number of stapled sheets: Front cover (13-13/16 lb to 55-5/8 lb
(52 g/m2 to 209 g/m2)) 1 sheet + Thin paper, Plain paper (13-13/16 lb to 2315/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 90 g/m2) 19 sheets
Maximum number of folded sheets
Half-Fold: 5 sheets, Tri-Fold: 3 sheets
Capacity of Folding Output Tray
Number of center-stapled or halffolded sheets
Number of trifolded sheets
1 to 3 sheets
20 copies
4 to 10 sheets
10 copies
11 to 20 sheets
5 copies
1 sheet
30 copies
2 to 3 sheets
10 copies
Size
Width 8-1/4 inches (210 mm) e Depth 21-7/8 inches (556 mm) e Height 219/16 inches (547 mm)
Weight
Approx. 52-15/16 lb (24 kg)
Consumables
Staple SK-602
For EH-280 (Product No. 505 manufactured by MAX) (5000 staples included) e 1 unit
Power supply
Supplied from Finisher FS-534.
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Punch Kit PK-520
Item
Specifications
Number of punch holes
2 holes, 3 holes, 4 holes
Paper Type
Thin paper (13-13/16 lb to 15-11/16 lb (52 g/m2 to 59 g/m2)), Plain paper
(15-15/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)), Recycled paper (1515/16 lb to 23-15/16 lb (60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2))
Paper Size
11 e 17 w to 7-1/4 e 10-1/2 w/v, A3 w to A4 w/v, B4 w to B5 w/v, 16K
w/v, 8K w
Power supply
Supplied from Finisher FS-534.
Size
Width 2-3/8 inches (61 mm) e Depth 19-3/8 inches (492 mm) e Height 59/16 inches (142 mm)
Weight
Approx. 3-15/16 lb (1.8 kg)
Authentication Unit AU-102
Item
Specifications
Name
Biometric Authentication Unit AU-102
Biometric sensor system
Transmission-type optical system
Verification time
Approx. 1 sec. or less
Interface
USB 2.0
Dimensions
Width 2-5/16 inches (59 mm) e Depth 3-1/4 inches (82 mm) e Height 215/16 inches (74 mm)
Weight
Approx. 3/16 lb (96 g) (Excluding USB cable)
Max. power consumption
(mA)
DC 5 V 500 mA
System conditions (operating state)
Ambient temperature
41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C)
Humidity
20% to 80% (No dew condensation)
Ambient temperature
32 to 122 °F (0 to 50 °C)
Humidity
20% to 80% (No dew condensation)
Computer
PC-AT compatible machine
CPU
Conforms to the recommended operating environment of your operating system.
Memory (RAM)
Conforms to the recommended operating environment of your operating system.
Free space on
hard disk
600MB or more
Monitor
800 e 600 pixels or more
Network
Must be configured with the correct TCP/IP or
IPX/SPX protocol settings.
Application
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP1) or later
Windows XP: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (SP2 or
later)
Windows Vista: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (SP1
or later)
Windows 7 is equipped with .NET Framework required to operate Data Administrator as the standard.
Interface
Conforms to USB 2.0.
System conditions (nonoperating state)
Compatible computer
Supported Operating Systems
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For the supported operating systems, refer to Readme.
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Authentication Unit AU-201
Item
Specifications
Name
Card Authentication Unit AU-201
Dimensions
Width 3-5/8 inches (92 mm) e Depth 2-1/2 inches (64 mm) e Height 5/8
inches (16 mm)
Weight
Approx. 1/4 lb (120 g)
Power supply
Power feeding from USB port
System conditions (operating state)
Ambient temperature
32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C)
Humidity
20% to 85% (No dew condensation)
Ambient temperature
-4 to 122 °F (-20 to 50 °C)
Humidity
20% to 85% (No dew condensation)
System conditions (nonoperating state)
Radio law division
Self-guided read-write communication facility
Applicable card
FeliCa, TypeA, FCF, FCF campus, FeliCa (private card), SSFC, HID (Prox)
(number of bits: 26bit, 34bit, 35bit, 37bit, 40bit), HID (iClass),
ExtraCardType_100 to ExtraCardType_255
Acquired standard
VCCI class B
Compatible computer
Computer
PC-AT compatible machine
CPU
Conforms to the recommended operating environment of your operating system.
Memory (RAM)
Conforms to the recommended operating environment of your operating system.
Free space on
hard disk
600MB or more
Monitor
800 e 600 pixels or more
Network
Must be configured with the correct TCP/IP or
IPX/SPX protocol settings.
Application
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP1) or later
Windows XP: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (SP2 or
later)
Windows Vista: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (SP1
or later)
Windows 7 is equipped with .NET Framework required to operate Data Administrator as the standard.
Interface
Conforms to USB 1.1.
Supported Operating Systems
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For the supported operating systems, refer to Readme.
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Using the Authentication Unit
(Biometric Type)
6.1
Authentication Unit (Biometric Type)
6
Using the Authentication Unit (Biometric Type)
6.1
Authentication Unit (Biometric Type)
6
The Authentication Unit (Biometric Type) is a "biometrics (biometric authentication) system" that scans finger vein patterns to perform personal authentication. It offers a system that makes it difficult for someone to
masquerade as an authorized user, realizing enhanced security.
If this machine provides the user authentication, you can log in to this machine or execute a print job using
the biometric authentication function.
d Reference
For details on the user authentication, refer to [User's Guide: Web Management Tool].
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6.2
6.2
Status of authentication unit
The status of the authentication unit is indicated by status indicator LEDs and beep sounds.
6-4
Status indicator LEDs
Status
Lit up green
Ready state or authentication is completed
Flash in green
During authentication or scanning operation
Lit up red
Authentication failed or scanning failed
Unlit
The authentication unit is not recognized
Beep sound
Status
One short blip sound
Scanning starts
One short blip sound
During a retry after authentication failed
Two short blip sounds
Authentication completed
One short blip and one long beep sound
Authentication failed
One long beep sound
Scanning canceled
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6.3
Operations required to use this function (for the administrator)
6.3.1
Configuring authentication settings of this machine
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First, configure the authentication function of this machine (ON (MFP)).
Tips
This machine does not support external server authentication.
1
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [User Authentication/Account Track] - [General Settings] - [User
Authentication].
2
Set [General Settings] to [ON (MFP)], then tap [OK].
% When combining account track settings, press [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [User Authentication/Account Track] - [General Settings], and set [Synchronize User Authentication & Account Track]
to [Synchronize]. When separately managing the user authentication and account track, set to [Do
Not Synchronize].
3
Tap [OK].
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4
Select [Yes], then tap [OK].
5
Press [Authentication Device Settings] - [General Settings] - [Bio Authentication], and configure the following setting.
Settings
Description
[Beep Sound]
Select whether to give a "blip" sound when the finger vein pattern is
scanned successfully.
[ON] is selected by default.
[Operation Settings]
Select how to log in to this machine.
• [1-to-many authentication]: Simply place his or her finger to log in.
• [1-to-1 authentication]: Enter the user name and position his or her finger to log in.
[1-to-many authentication] is specified by default.
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Tap [OK].
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6
If desired, tap [Logoff Settings] to configure automatic logout settings.
% Select whether to automatically log out when original scanning has been completed (default: [Do
not log off]).
8
Tap [Close] to exit the authentication settings of this machine.
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6.3.2
6.3
Registering user authentication information
After the authentication function of this machine (ON (MFP)) has been configured, register user authentication
information.
The following two methods are available to register information.
Connect the authentication unit to this machine, and use the Touch Panel to register information.
Connect the authentication unit to a computer, and use Data Administrator through a computer to register information.
This section explains how to connect the authentication unit to this machine and use the Touch Panel to
register information. For how to use Data Administrator for registration, refer to page 6-15.
NOTICE
User information is stored in the hard disk of this machine. If any changes are made to the general settings
of this machine or to the way the hard disk is formatted, the registered user information is erased.
0
Before starting this procedure, connect the authentication unit to this machine.
1
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [User Authentication/Account Track] - [User Authentication Settings] - [User Registration].
2
Select a desired registration number, then tap [Edit].
3
Enter the user name and password, and tap [Register Auth. Info.].
% To restrict functions applicable to users, select Function Permission.
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4
6
Tap [Edit].
% Up to two authentication information items can be registered for each user. For [Bio Authentication
1] and [Bio Authentication 2], register separate fingers. You should register two authentication information items in case you injure your finger.
5
Place your finger on the authentication unit to scan the finger vein pattern.
% Place your finger straight so that your finger cushion lightly touches the hollow and protuberance
part of the scanning section.
% Scan a finger vein pattern three times. Place the same finger on the authentication unit again after
scanning just once, and tap [Scan].
% After scanning the finger vein patterns, place the same finger, then tap [Authentication Test]. If the
authentication test has succeeded, tap [New]. If the authentication test has failed, retry scanning.
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6.3
NOTICE
Do not place anything other than your finger on the scanning section during scanning operation. Otherwise, it may result in a malfunction.
Do not disconnect the USB cable from the authentication unit during scanning. Doing so may cause the
system to become unstable.
6
6-10
Tap [Close] to finish the user information registration.
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6.4
Logging in to this machine
6
Logging in to this machine
The login methods vary depending on the authentication settings of this machine.
[1-to-many authentication] allows the user to log in by simply placing his or her finger on the authentication unit.
[1-to-1 authentication] allows the user to log in by entering their user name and placing his or her finger
on the authentication unit.
1
Check that [Authentication Device] is selected in [Authentication Method].
% If [1-to-1 authentication] is selected, enter the user name.
2
Place your finger on the authentication unit.
% Place your finger straight so that your finger cushion lightly touches the hollow and protuberance
part of the scanning section.
Authentication starts. If authentication succeeds, you can log in to this machine.
Tips
If authentication fails frequently, finger vein patterns may not be registered correctly. Register finger
vein patterns again.
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6.5
Using Data Administrator (for the administrator)
6.5.1
Data Administrator
6.5
Data Administrator is a management tool to edit or register authentication information or address information of the target device through a computer on the network.
Using this tool allows you to import authentication information or address information from a device and rewrite it to the device after editing.
6.5.2
Setting up the operating environment
Installing BioDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows 7)
To use Data Administrator, set up the operating environment after configuring authentication settings of this
machine.
For setup, install the BioDriver (USB-Driver) of the authentication unit, then install Data Administrator
PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit AU-102.
0
0
0
Before setup, install Data Administrator V4.1.15000 or later in your computer. For details on installation, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
To check the version of your Data Administrator, select the [Help] menu in Data Administrator, and
also select [Version Information] - [Plug-in version].
The latest BioDriver (USB-Driver) can be downloaded from our Web site.
1
Turn the Main Power Switch of this machine off, and disconnect the authentication unit from this machine.
2
Install BioDriver (USB-Driver).
% Connect the authentication unit to the USB port of your computer.
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
Do not connect another USB device to the same port as for the authentication unit. Doing so reduces
the USB power supply, resulting in an operation failure.
To use the USB hub, connect the self-power USB hub that supplies 500 mA or more.
3
Open the [Devices and Printers] window.
% Open the [Control Panel], select [Hardware and Sound], and then click [View devices and printers].
When [Control Panel] is displayed in an icon view, double-click [Devices and Printers].
4
Right-click the device name or [Unknown Device] of the authentication unit displayed in the [Unspecified] category, then click [Properties].
5
In the [Hardware] tab, click [Properties].
6
In the [General] tab, click [Change settings].
7
In the [Driver] tab, click [Update Driver...].
8
In the screen in which to select how to search the driver software, click [Browse my computer for driver
software].
9
Click [Browse...].
10
Select the BioDriver (USB-Driver) file in the computer, then click [OK].
11
Click [Next], and perform the procedure by following the on-screen instructions.
% If the [Windows Security] dialog box for verifying the publisher appears, click [Install this driver software anyway].
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When the installation is complete, click [Close].
Then, install Data Administrator PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit AU-102. Refer to
page 6-15.
Installing BioDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows Vista)
To use Data Administrator, set up the operating environment after configuring authentication settings of this
machine.
For setup, install the BioDriver (USB-Driver) of the authentication unit, then install Data Administrator
PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit AU-102.
0
0
0
Before setup, install Data Administrator V4.1.15000 or later in your computer. For details on installation, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
To check the version of your Data Administrator, select the [Help] menu in Data Administrator, and
also select [Version Information] - [Plug-in version].
The latest BioDriver (USB-Driver) can be downloaded from our Web site.
1
Turn the Main Power Switch of this machine off, and disconnect the authentication unit from this machine.
2
Install BioDriver (USB-Driver).
% Connect the authentication unit to the USB port of your computer.
The [Found New Hardware] dialog box appears.
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
Do not connect another USB device to the same port as for the authentication unit. Doing so reduces
the USB power supply, resulting in an operation failure.
To use the USB hub, connect the self-power USB hub that supplies 500 mA or more.
3
Select [Locate and install driver software (recommended)].
4
Click [Browse my computer for driver software (advanced)].
5
Click [Browse...].
6
Select the BioDriver (USB-Driver) file in the computer, then click [OK].
7
Click [Next], and perform the procedure by following the on-screen instructions.
8
When the installation is complete, click [Close].
Then, install Data Administrator PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit AU-102. Refer to
page 6-15.
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6.5
Installing BioDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows XP)
To use Data Administrator, set up the operating environment after configuring authentication settings of this
machine.
For setup, install the BioDriver (USB-Driver) of the authentication unit, then install Data Administrator
PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit AU-102.
0
0
0
0
Before setup, install Data Administrator V4.1.15000 or later in your computer. For details about installation, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
To check the version of your Data Administrator, select the [Help] menu in Data Administrator, and
also select [Version Information] - [Plug-in version].
Administrator privileges are required to perform this task.
The latest BioDriver (USB-Driver) can be downloaded from our Web site.
1
Turn the Main Power Switch of this machine off, and disconnect the authentication unit from this machine.
2
Connect the authentication unit to the USB port of your computer.
The [Found New Hardware Wizard] dialog box appears.
% If the [Windows connect to Windows Update] screen appears, select ["No, not this time"], then click
[Next].
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
Do not connect another USB device to the same port as for the authentication unit. Doing so reduces
the USB power supply, resulting in an operation failure.
To use the USB hub, connect the self-power USB hub that supplies 500 mA or more.
3
Select [Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)], then click [Next].
4
Under [Search for the best driver in these locations.], select [Include this location in the search:], then
click [Browse].
5
Select the BioDriver (USB-Driver) file in the computer, then click [OK].
6
Click [Next], and perform the procedure by following the on-screen instructions.
7
When the installation completes, click [Finish].
Then, install Data Administrator PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit AU-102. Refer to
page 6-15.
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Installing Data Administrator PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit
AU-102
0
The latest Data Administrator PlugIn can be downloaded from our Web site.
1
Click setup.exe of Data Administrator PlugIn.
2
When necessary, select the setup language, and click [OK].
3
Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed with the installation.
4
Click [Next].
5
Select [I accept the terms in the license agreement], and then click [Next].
6
Click [Install].
7
When the installation completes, click [Finish].
This completes the installation of Data Administrator PlugIn for Biometric Authentication Unit AU102, which completes the setup.
6.5.3
Registering user authentication information
To register user authentication information with Data Administrator, connect the authentication unit to the
USB port of the computer, and also connect the computer to this machine via network.
0
To use Data Administrator, set up the operating environment in advance. For details about the setup
procedure, refer to page 6-12.
1
Turn on the Main Power Switch of this machine.
2
Start Data Administrator, and import device information of this machine.
% Restart the procedure five or more seconds after connecting the authentication unit.
% For details about how to import device information, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
3
In [Function selection], select [Authentication settings] - [User authentication settings], and then click
[Add].
4
Select a user template, and click [OK].
% For details about templates, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
The User Registration screen appears.
5
Enter the user name and password, select the [AU-102] tab, then click [Register Auth. Info].
% Up to two authentication information items can be registered for each user. For [Location of
registration1] and [Location of registration2], register separate fingers. You should register two authentication information items in case you injure your finger.
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6
6.5
Place your finger on the authentication unit to scan the finger vein pattern.
% Place your finger straight so that your finger cushion lightly touches the hollow and protuberance
part of the scanning section.
% Scan a finger vein pattern three times. Place the same finger on the authentication unit again after
scanning just once, and press [Start Reading].
% After scanning the finger vein patterns, place the same finger, then click [Authentication Test]. If the
authentication test has succeeded, click [Register]. If the authentication test has failed, click [Reset]
to repeat the scanning process.
7
Click [OK], and register authentication information of the next user.
8
After the registration of authentication information has been completed for all users, click [Export to the
device].
% When necessary, select a user name, and click [Edit] to change registered information.
9
Click [Write].
% Data Administrator supports the batch copy function. When necessary, you can collectively write
the registered authentication information to multiple devices.
10
When writing to this machine has finished, click [OK].
11
Disconnect the authentication unit from the USB port of the computer.
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
12
Restart this machine.
NOTICE
When restarting this machine, turn the Main Power Switch off and on again after 10 or more seconds
have passed. Not doing so may cause an operation failure.
13
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Connect the authentication unit to the USB Port of this machine.
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NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
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6.5
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Using the Authentication Unit
(IC Card Type)
7.1
Authentication Unit (IC card type)
7
Using the Authentication Unit (IC Card Type)
7.1
Authentication Unit (IC card type)
7
The Authentication Unit (IC card type) is an "IC card authentication" system that reads the IC card to perform personal authentication. If you register a compatible noncontact IC card such as an employee ID card,
you can use this machine synchronously with functions such as the user entering-leaving management to
integrate the authentication system.
If this machine provides the user authentication, you can log in to this machine or execute a print job using
the IC card authentication function.
NOTICE
Authentication Unit (IC card type) must be installed inside the Working Table or Mount Kit MK-735.
The optional Upgrade Kit UK-204 or i-Option LK-101 v3 is required to use the Authentication Unit (IC card
type).
d Reference
For details on the user authentication, refer to [User's Guide: Web Management Tool].
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7.2
Operations required to use this function (for the administrator)
7.2.1
Configuring authentication settings of this machine
7.2
This section explains an example of setting General Settings to [ON (MFP)].
d Reference
You can also configure settings so that authentication is performed in the LDAP server using the card ID registered in the authentication card (LDAP-IC Card Authentication). How to configure the setting is explained
using Web Connection. For details, refer to [User's Guide: Web Management Tool].
First, configure the authentication function of this machine (ON (MFP)).
0
To configure authentication settings, a service representative must enable IWS (Internal Web Server)
settings in advance. For details, contact your service representative.
1
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [IWS Settings].
2
Select [ON], then tap [OK].
% Restart this machine by following the on-screen instructions.
3
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [User Authentication/Account Track] - [General Settings] - [User
Authentication].
4
Set [General Settings] to [ON (MFP)], then tap [OK].
% When combining account track settings, press [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [User Authentication/Account Track] - [General Settings], and set [Synchronize User Authentication & Account Track]
to [Synchronize]. When separately managing the user authentication and account track, set to [Do
Not Synchronize].
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5
Tap [OK].
6
Select [Yes], then tap [OK].
7
Tap [Authentication Device Settings] - [General Settings] - [Card Authentication], and configure the following setting.
Settings
Description
[Card Detail Settings]
Press this button to change setting information of the loadable driver for
the registered IC cards on the Web browser of this machine.
For details on the setting procedure, refer to [User's Guide: Advanced
Function Operations].
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7.2
Settings
Description
[Operation Settings]
Select how to log in to this machine.
• [Card Authentication]: Pass the IC card over the authentication unit to
log in.
• [Card Authentication + Password]: Pass the IC card over the authentication unit, and enter the password to log in.
[Card Authentication] is specified by default.
[Authentication Card ID
Number]
Select whether to notify the counter, which collects the use status of this
machine, of the authentication card ID.
[Ignore] is specified by default.
8
Tap [OK].
9
If desired, tap [Logoff Settings] to configure automatic logout settings.
% Select whether to automatically log out when original scanning has been completed (default: [Do
not log off]).
10
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Tap [Close] to exit the authentication settings of this machine.
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Registering user authentication information
After the authentication function of this machine (ON (MFP)) has been configured, register user authentication
information.
The following two methods are available to register information.
Connect the authentication unit to this machine, and use the Touch Panel to register information.
Connect the authentication unit to a computer, and use Data Administrator through a computer to register information.
This section explains how to connect the authentication unit to this machine and use the Touch Panel to
register information. For how to use Data Administrator for registration, refer to page 7-13.
NOTICE
User information is stored in the hard disk of this machine. If any changes are made to the general settings
of this machine or to the way the hard disk is formatted, the registered user information is erased.
0
Before starting this procedure, connect the authentication unit to this machine.
1
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [User Authentication/Account Track] - [User Authentication Settings] - [User Registration].
2
Select a desired registration number, then tap [Edit].
3
Enter the user name and password, and tap [Register Auth. Info.].
% To restrict functions applicable to users, select Function Permission.
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4
Tap [Edit].
5
Pass or place the IC card over or on the authentication unit, then tap [OK].
7.2
NOTICE
During scanning, do not leave the IC card close within 1-9/16 inches (40 mm) from the card reader.
6
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When [Registration complete.] appears, tap [Close] to finish the user information registration.
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7.3
Logging in to this machine
7
Logging in to this machine
The login methods vary depending on the authentication settings of this machine.
In [Card Authentication], you can login by simply passing or placing the IC card over or on the authentication unit.
For [Card Authentication + Password], you can login by passing or placing the IC card over or on the
authentication unit and entering the password.
1
Check that [Authentication Device] is selected in [Authentication Method].
2
Pass or place the IC card over or on the authentication unit.
% For [Card Authentication + Password], enter the password, and tap [Login].
Authentication starts. If authentication succeeds, you can log in to this machine.
Tips
If authentication fails frequently, IC card information may not be registered properly. Register IC card
information again.
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7.4
Using Data Administrator (for the administrator)
7.4.1
Data Administrator
7.4
Data Administrator is a management tool to edit or register authentication information or address information of the target device through a computer on the network.
Using this tool allows you to import authentication information or address information from a device and rewrite it to the device after editing.
7.4.2
Setting up the operating environment
Installing IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows 7)
To use Data Administrator, set up the operating environment after configuring authentication settings of this
machine.
For setup, install the IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) of the authentication unit, then install Data Administrator
PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit AU-201.
0
0
0
Before setup, install Data Administrator V4.1.15000 or later in your computer. For details on installation, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
To check the version of your Data Administrator, select the [Help] menu in Data Administrator, and
also select [Version Information] - [Plug-in version].
The latest IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) can be downloaded from our Web site.
1
Turn the Main Power Switch of this machine off, and disconnect the authentication unit from this machine.
2
Install IC CardDriver (USB-Driver).
% Connect the authentication unit to the USB port of your computer.
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
Do not connect another USB device to the same port as for the authentication unit. Doing so reduces
the USB power supply, resulting in an operation failure.
To use the USB hub, connect the self-power USB hub that supplies 500 mA or more.
3
Open the [Devices and Printers] window.
% Open the [Control Panel], select [Hardware and Sound], and then click [View devices and printers].
When [Control Panel] is displayed in an icon view, double-click [Devices and Printers].
4
Right-click the device name or [Unknown Device] of the authentication unit displayed in the [Unspecified] category, then click [Properties].
5
In the [Hardware] tab, click [Properties].
6
In the [General] tab, click [Change settings].
7
In the [Driver] tab, click [Update Driver...].
8
In the screen in which to select how to search the driver software, click [Browse my computer for driver
software].
9
Click [Browse...].
10
Select the IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) file in the computer, then click [OK].
11
Click [Next], and perform the procedure by following the on-screen instructions.
% If the [Windows Security] dialog box for verifying the publisher appears, click [Install this driver software anyway].
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Using Data Administrator (for the administrator)
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When the installation is complete, click [Close].
Then, install Data Administrator PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit AU-201. Refer to page 7-12.
Installing IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows Vista)
To use Data Administrator, set up the operating environment after configuring authentication settings of this
machine.
For setup, install the IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) of the authentication unit, then install Data Administrator
PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit AU-201.
0
0
0
Before setup, install Data Administrator V4.1.15000 or later in your computer. For details about installation, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
To check the version of your Data Administrator, select the [Help] menu in Data Administrator, and
also select [Version Information] - [Plug-in version].
The latest IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) can be downloaded from our Web site.
1
Turn the Main Power Switch of this machine off, and disconnect the authentication unit from this machine.
2
Install IC CardDriver (USB-Driver).
% Connect the authentication unit to the USB port of your computer.
The [Found New Hardware] dialog box appears.
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
Do not connect another USB device to the same port as for the authentication unit. Doing so reduces
the USB power supply, resulting in an operation failure.
To use the USB hub, connect the self-power USB hub that supplies 500 mA or more.
3
Select [Locate and install driver software (recommended)].
4
Click [Browse my computer for driver software (advanced)].
5
Click [Browse...].
6
Select the IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) file in the computer, then click [OK].
7
Click [Next], and perform the procedure by following the on-screen instructions.
% If the [Windows Security] dialog box for verifying the publisher appears, click [Install this driver software anyway].
8
When the installation is complete, click [Close].
Then, install Data Administrator PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit AU-201. Refer to page 7-12.
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7.4
Installing IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) (Windows XP)
To use Data Administrator, set up the operating environment after configuring authentication settings of this
machine.
For setup, install the IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) of the authentication unit, then install Data Administrator
PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit AU-201.
0
0
0
0
Before setup, install Data Administrator V4.1.15000 or later in your computer. For details about installation, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
To check the version of your Data Administrator, select the [Help] menu in Data Administrator, and
also select [Version Information] - [Plug-in version].
Administrator privileges are required to perform this task.
The latest IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) can be downloaded from our Web site.
1
Turn the Main Power Switch of this machine off, and disconnect the authentication unit from this machine.
2
Connect the authentication unit to the USB port of your computer.
The [Found New Hardware Wizard] dialog box appears.
% If the [Windows connect to Windows Update] screen appears, select [No, not this time], then click
[Next].
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
Do not connect another USB device to the same port as for the authentication unit. Doing so reduces
the USB power supply, resulting in an operation failure.
To use the USB hub, connect the self-power USB hub that supplies 500 mA or more.
3
Select [Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)], then click [Next].
4
Under [Search for the best driver in these locations.], select [Include this location in the search:], then
click [Browse].
5
Select the IC CardDriver (USB-Driver) file in the computer, then click [OK].
6
Click [Next], and perform the procedure by following the on-screen instructions.
7
When the installation completes, click [Finish].
Then, install Data Administrator PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit AU-201. Refer to page 7-12.
Installing Data Administrator PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit AU-201
0
The latest Data Administrator PlugIn can be downloaded from our Web site.
1
Click setup.exe of Data Administrator PlugIn.
2
When necessary, select the setup language, and click [OK].
3
Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed with the installation.
4
Click [Next].
5
Select [I accept the terms in the license agreement], and then click [Next].
6
Click [Install].
7
When the installation is complete, click [Finish].
This completes the installation of Data Administrator PlugIn for IC Card Authentication Unit
AU-201, which completes the setup.
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7.4.3
Using Data Administrator (for the administrator)
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Registering user authentication information
To register user authentication information with Data Administrator, connect the authentication unit to the
USB port of the computer, and also connect the computer to this machine via network.
0
To use Data Administrator, set up the operating environment in advance. For details about the setup
procedure, refer to page 7-10.
1
Turn on the Main Power Switch of this machine.
2
Start Data Administrator, and import device information of this machine.
% Restart the procedure five or more seconds after connecting the authentication unit.
% For details about how to import device information, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
3
In [Function selection], select [Authentication settings] - [User authentication settings], and then click
[Add].
4
Select a user template, and click [OK].
% For details about templates, refer to the relevant Data Administrator manual.
The User Registration screen appears.
5
Enter the user name and password, and select the [IC card authentication] tab.
6
Place the IC card on the authentication unit, then click [Start reading].
% If necessary, click [Card ID Input] to register the card ID.
7
Click [OK], and register authentication information of the next user.
8
After the registration of authentication information has been completed for all users, click [Export to the
device].
% When necessary, select a user name, and click [Edit] to change registered information.
9
Click [Write].
% Data Administrator supports the batch copy function. When necessary, you can collectively write
the registered authentication information to multiple devices.
10
When writing to this machine has finished, click [OK].
11
Disconnect the authentication unit from the USB port of the computer.
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
12
Restart this machine.
NOTICE
When restarting this machine, turn the Main Power Switch off and on again after 10 or more seconds
have passed. Not doing so may cause an operation failure.
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13
7.4
Connect the authentication unit to the USB port of this machine.
NOTICE
When connecting or disconnecting the USB cable, hold the plug. Otherwise, the machine may be damaged or a failure may occur.
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DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC ON THE TREATMENT, COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND
DISPOSAL OF ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND THEIR COMPONENTS
INFORMATION
1. FOR COUNTRIES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU)
The disposal of electric and electronic devices as solid urban waste is strictly prohibited: it must be collected separately.
The dumping of these devices at unequipped and unauthorized places may have hazardous effects on health and the
environment.
Offenders will be subjected to the penalties and measures laid down by the law.
TO DISPOSE OF OUR DEVICES CORRECTLY:
a) Contact the Local Authorities, who will give you the practical information you need and the instructions for handling the
waste correctly, for example: location and times of the waste collection centres, etc.
b) When you purchase a new device of ours, give a used device similar to the one purchased to our dealer for disposal.
The crossed dustbin symbol on the device means that:
- when it to be disposed of, the device is to be taken to the equipped waste collection centres and is to be
handled separately from urban waste;
- The producer guarantees the activation of the treatment, collection, recycling and disposal procedures in
accordance with Directive 2002/96/EC (and subsequent amendments).
2. FOR OTHER COUNTRIES (NOT IN THE EU)
The treatment, collection, recycling and disposal of electric and electronic devices will be carried out in accordance with the
laws in force in the country in question.
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