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Olivetti Fax-Lab 470 User manual
Ink Jet Fax
Fax-Lab 470
INSTRUCTIONS
EDITED/PUBLISHED/PRODUCED BY:
Printed in Thailand.
Olivetti, S.p.A. con unico azionista
Gruppo Telecom Italia
Direzione e coordinamento di Telecom Italia S.p.A.
Code of user manual: 256652P
Date of publication: July 2005.
Copyright © 2005, Olivetti
All rights reserved.
No parts of this manual may be photocopied, reproduced or translated into other languages without prior written
authorization from Olivetti S.p.A.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make any changes to the machine described in this manual, at any time, and
without prior warning.
This machine has been approved, under the terms of Council Decision 98/482/EC, for Europe-wide connection as a
single terminal to an analogue Public Switched Telephone System (PSTN) system.
However, due to differences between individual PSTNs in the various countries, the approval does not unconditionally
guarantee success operation of every PSTN termination point.
If you encounter any problems, you should contact your supplier immediately.
The manufacturers declare under their own responsibility that this product
complies with provisions laid down by the directive 1999/05/CE (a copy of the
certificate is included at the end of the manual).
Conformance is certified by the application of the mark
to the product.
Network compatibility declaration
This product has been designed and developed to operate in the networks of all European Community countries, and
in those of Switzerland and Norway.
Full compatibility with the networks of individual countries will depend on specific national software parameters which
can be set in the product. If you encounter problems with non EC PSTN networks, contact your national technical
support service.
Your attention is drawn to the following conditions that could compromise the conformity attested above as well as the
machine’s characteristics:
• incorrect electrical supply;
• incorrect installation, erroneous or improper use, or any use that differs from what is indicated in the user manual
supplied with the machine;
• replacement of components or original parts using other types not approved by the manufacturer, or where carried
out by unauthorized persons.
The electrical socket must be near to hand and easily accessible. To disconnect the machine from the electrical power
supply, unplug it from the supply socket.
SHORT GUIDE
This chapter contains a simplified description of the installation, transmission, reception and copying procedures. For more detailed instructions,
see the relevant sections.
INSTALLATION
For further details, see the “Delivery contents, connecting up and first-time operation” chapter.
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Connect the fax machine to the telephone line
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Connect the receiver
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Connect the fax machine to the mains socket
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Enter the fax machine’s country settings
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The display shows the language in which the messages will be displayed.
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If the language displayed is not the desired one, press
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to change it, then
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to confirm the setting. The display shows “CHOOSE COUNTRY”.
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to confirm the setting. The display shows a country of destination.
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to change it, then
If the country displayed is not the desired one, press
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to confirm the setting. Press
to complete the procedure.
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Insert printing paper
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Insert the print head
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SHORT GUIDE
TRANSMITTING
For further details, see “Transmitting a document” in the “Basic transmission and reception operations” chapter.
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The side to be sent must be face up.
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Enter
the
recipient’s
number
(maximum
of 64 digits)
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RECEIVING
For further details, see “Receiving a document” in the “Basic transmission and reception operations” chapter.
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Press the
key until the display shows “RECEPTION MODE” and then press the
button again to confirm
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keys until the display shows “MANUAL” and then
the setting. The display shows “AUTOMATIC”. Press the
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press the
button again to confirm the setting.
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When the telephone rings, lift the
to engage the line.
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As soon as you hear the dialling tone,
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.
press
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COPYING
For further details, see the “Making a copy” chapter.
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Place the document on the ADF. The side to be copied must be face up.
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.
and then press
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Press
to make a single copy or type the desired number of copies (max 9) and then press
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. To change the contrast, resolution and reduction values shown on the display, see the
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“Making a copy” section.
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CONTENTS
ESSENTIAL SAFETY NOTES
1
MAKING A COPY
26
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK ........................................................ 1
WHAT DOCUMENTS CAN BE COPIED ...................................... 26
RISK OF SUFFOCATION .............................................................. 1
COPYING .................................................................................... 26
RISK OF FIRE ............................................................................... 1
RISK OF ACCIDENT ..................................................................... 1
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE (TAD)
27
ATTENTION .................................................................................. 1
THE TAD CONSOLE ................................................................... 27
OPERATING PRECAUTIONS ....................................................... 1
CHANGING, DELETING AND ACTIVATING
THE ACCESS CODE .................................................................. 27
DELIVERY CONTENTS, CONNECTING UP AND
FIRST-TIME OPERATION
OUTGOING MESSAGES AND MEMOS ..................................... 28
2
PACKAGE CONTENTS ................................................................ 2
CONNECTING TELEPHONE LINE ............................................... 2
CONNECTING HANDSET ............................................................ 3
MAINS CONNECTION .................................................................. 3
SETTING THE LENGTH OF MEMOS
AND INCOMING MESSAGES .................................................... 30
PLAYING INCOMING MESSAGES AND MEMOS ...................... 30
DELETING MESSAGES AND MEMOS ALREADY
LISTENED TO ............................................................................. 30
MAKING IMPORTANT PREDETERMINED SETTINGS ................ 3
TRANSFERRING INCOMING MESSAGES
AND MEMOS TO A REMOTE TELEPHONE ............................... 31
LANGUAGE AND COUNTRY SETTING ....................................... 3
OPERATING THE TAD FROM A REMOTE LOCATION .............. 32
ENTERING THE DATE AND TIME ................................................ 4
SPECIAL TAD FUNCTIONS ........................................................ 32
INSERTING PAPER ...................................................................... 5
PRINTING THE TAD CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS ........... 33
INSTALLING THE PRINT HEAD ................................................... 6
CHANGING THE DATE AND TIME ............................................... 6
MORE SOPHISTICATED OPERATIONS
34
ENTERING NAME AND FAX NUMBER ........................................ 7
OTHER USEFUL RECEPTION SETTINGS ................................ 34
SETTING UP FOR LINE CHARACTERISTICS ............................. 8
OTHER USEFUL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS .......................... 38
TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING IN POLLING MODE ............ 40
COMPONENTS
10
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
CONSOLE
BASIC TRANSMISSION
AND RECEPTION OPERATIONS
11
42
IF THERE IS A POWER FAILURE .............................................. 42
IF PAPER OR INK HAS RUN OUT ............................................. 42
13
TRANSMITTING A DOCUMENT ................................................. 13
RECEIVING A DOCUMENT ........................................................ 18
SETTING ONE-TOUCH AND SPEED DIALLING ........................ 18
IF TRANSMISSION IS UNSUCCESSFUL ................................... 42
MINOR PROBLEMS ................................................................... 42
ERROR CODES .......................................................................... 43
SIGNALS AND MESSAGES ....................................................... 44
PRINTING REPORTS AND LISTS .............................................. 21
MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
MAKING A CALL
24
REPLACING PRINT HEAD ......................................................... 46
TELEPHONING WITH ONE-TOUCH DIALLING ......................... 24
RE-ENABLING THE PRINT HEAD AND
CHECKING THE NOZZLES ........................................................ 46
TELEPHONING WITH SPEED DIALLING .................................. 24
TELEPHONING WITH THE HELP OF THE
PHONE BOOK ............................................................................. 25
REDIALLING ONE OF THE LAST 20
INCOMING NUMBERS OR ONE OF THE
LAST 10 OUTGOING NUMBERS ............................................... 25
46
CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD ELECTRICAL
CONTACTS. ................................................................................ 47
CLEANING OPTICAL READ HEAD ............................................ 48
CLEANING SEATING ................................................................. 48
CLEARING JAMMED DOCUMENTS .......................................... 48
CLEARING PAPER JAMS ........................................................... 48
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CONTENTS
MANUFACTURER AND SERVICE
49
DISPOSAL
50
TECHNICAL DATA
51
INDEX
52
ii
ESSENTIAL SAFETY NOTES
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
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•
Never attempt to repair the fax machine yourself. If you remove
the outer casing, you could receive an electric shock or suffer some
other kind of injury. Only qualified personnel may open or otherwise
repair the fax machine.
During storms we recommend you unplug the fax machine from
both the power outlet and the telephone line. This eliminates all
risk of electric shock or damage to the unit.
No fluids or vapour may enter the fax machine. If fluid does find its
way into the fax machine, however, immediately unplug the mains
cable from its socket and have the unit repaired by qualified
personnel before using it again.
The fax machine may not be operated outside.
Operate the fax machine only on a mains socket (220 – 240 V AC,
50 – 60 Hz) earthed in accordance with regulations.
Always pull on the mains plug, never on the mains cable.
Never touch the mains cable or the mains plug with wet or damp
hands.
Do not bend or squeeze the mains cable and route it such that it
does not come into contact with hot surfaces.
Before cleaning, remove the mains plug from the mains socket.
Only use the fax machine when it is working properly, is not
damaged and has not been dropped. If the fax machine, the mains
plug or the mains cable is damaged, you must not operate the
machine. Have the unit checked by qualified personnel and repaired
if necessary.
Do not insert any objects into interior of the fax machine through
the airflow slots.
RISK OF SUFFOCATION
•
ATTENTION
Observe the following notes. Otherwise the fax machine may be
damaged:
• Keep the fax machine in a dust-free place away from excessive
heat. Do not expose the fax machine to direct sunlight.
• Keep the necessary distance between the fax machine and any
objects or walls for proper ventilation of the machine.
• Operate the fax machine only at a temperature of between 5 °C
and 35°C and a relative humidity of between 15% and 85%.
• Keep the fax machine away from other electrical or electronic
appliances which may generate interference, e.g. radio, television,
etc.
• In case of a voltage drop or power failure, it will not be possible to
make or receive telephone calls as the keypad will be disabled.
• If it is essential that you make a call in this situation, you must use
an emergency telephone approved by the telephone company. You
may plug this directly to the fax machine (in countries where this is
allowed) or directly into the wall telephone line socket.
• Leave enough room in front of the outlet for the unloading of
originals and received/copied documents. These may otherwise
fall to the ground.
OPERATING PRECAUTIONS
This fax machine is only meant for transmission and reception of faxes
and for photocopying of paper documents. In addition, the fax machine
may be used as a telephone or answering machine. Any other usage
is not allowed.
The fax machine and associated parts are packed in plastic foil.
Never let children play unattended with the fax machine or the foil.
RISK OF FIRE
•
If you are to leave the fax machine unused for a long period of
time, you should disconnect it from the power supply. In this way, it
will be protected against the risk of damage due to interference or
sudden power surges.
RISK OF ACCIDENT
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Place the fax machine on a stable, flat surface free of vibration.
This prevents it from falling and being damaged.
Route the mains cable such that no-one can step on it or stumble
over it.
Never let unattended children operate the fax machine or play with
it.
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DELIVERY CONTENTS, CONNECTING UP AND FIRST-TIME OPERATION
PACKAGE CONTENTS
CONNECTING
1. Lay the fax machine on its right side.
2. Insert one end of the telephone line cable into the “LINE” socket
on the base of the fax machine (see example).
3. Insert the plug on the other end of the cable into the wall telephone
line socket (see example).
In addition to the fax machine and this manual, you will find the following
parts in the package:
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FAX MACHINE
The telephone line connection cable.
The power cable.
The telephone plug (if applicable).
The box containing the monochrome print head provided with the
machine.
The telephone handset.
The document support.
The printing paper support.
List of freephone numbers for servicing and warranty enquiries.
CONNECTING ADDITIONAL TELEPHONE
(Connection example)
1. Insert the plug of the additional device into the wall telephone line
socket.
2. Note connection example.
CONNECTING TELEPHONE LINE
ATTENTION
The additional connection socket EXT hidden in the base must not be
used for Germany and Austria. This EXT socket must not be used.
The fax machine telephone line connection, additional
telephone or other devices are regulated by national
standards. These norms vary from country to country. The
following diagrams illustrate several connections. However,
if the connection to the telephone line is different in your country is
different from those shown in the diagrams, respect the regulations
in force in your country.
The fax machine is set up for connection to the public
telephone line. If you want to connect it to a private line and
you also want to use it on a public line, see “Setting up according
to line characteristics”.
CONNECTION (U.K./IRELAND)
WALL SOCKETS FOR CONNECTION TO TELEPHONE LINE
CORD
FAX
C
B
Connection sockets
A
A
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE
2
B
C
CONNECTING HANDSET
MAKING
IMPORTANT PREDETERMINED SETTINGS
For the fax machine to work properly, set your language and
your country.
Once the fax is connected to the mains, it automatically runs a short
function test to check that its components are working and the
language in which the messages will appear is shown on the display.
LANGUAGE AND COUNTRY SETTING
1. Lay the fax machine on its right side.
2. Insert the plug of the handset into the socket on the fax machine
with the symbol
.
3. Fix the handset cable into the groove made for this purpose.
4. Replace the fax machine in its normal position.
5. Move it into its designated position.
MAINS CONNECTION
The display shows the language in which the messages are
displayed. For example:
DEUTSCH
1. If the language displayed is not the desired one, press the
key:
/
For example:
ENGLISH
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
CHOOSE COUNTRY
1. Insert the connector of the power cable into the socket on the rear
of the fax machine.
2. Insert the mains plug into the mains wall socket.
3. To confirm the setting, press the key:
NOTE
The fax machine will remain permanently connected, ready to
receive and send documents 24 hours a day. If you want to turn
it off, pull out the power cable plug from the wall socket as the
fax machine has no power switch.
The display shows the name of the country. For example:
DEUTSCHLAND
4. If the country displayed is not the desired one, press the
key:
/
For example:
U.K./IRELAND
If your country is not present among those shown on the
display, see the table below:
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COUNTRY
COUNTRY TO BE SELECTED
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Chile
China
Colombia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Holland
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Luxembourg
Mexico
New Zealand
Norway
Peru
Portugal
Rest of world
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Turkey
UK
Uruguay
USA
Venezuela
AMERICA LATINA
NZL/AUSTRALIA
ÖSTERREICH
BELGIUM
BRASIL
AMERICA LATINA
CHINA
AMERICA LATINA
CZECH REPUBLIC
DANMARK
FINLAND
FRANCE
DEUTSCHLAND
GREECE
HOLLAND
U.K./IRELAND
ISRAEL
ITALIA
BELGIUM
AMERICA LATINA
NZL/AUSTRALIA
NORGE
AMERICA LATINA
PORTUGAL
INTERNATIONAL
S. AFRICA
ESPAÑA
SVERIGE
SCHWEIZ
TAIWAN
TURKEY
U.K./IRELAND
AMERICA LATINA
AMERICA
AMERICA LATINA
ENTERING THE DATE AND TIME
You must enter the date and time
- when you connect the fax machine for the first time to
the mains
- after every power failure.
The date and time can be changed at any time, see the
“Changing the date and time” section.
1. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
FORMAT: DD/MM/YY
3. If you want to set another date format, press the key:
/
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
TIME FORMAT: 24 H
5. If you want to set another time format (12 hours), press the
key:
/
6. Press the key:
The display shows:
DD/MM/YY HH:MM
25-06-05 11:23 AM
7. To enter the new date and time
(e.g. 26-06-05, 12:00 AM), press the key:
5. To confirm the setting, press the key:
-
As each digit is entered, the cursor will move to the next
one.
6. To exit settings, press the key:
DD/MM/YY HH:MM
26-06-05 12:00 AM
NOTE
8. You can also change single digits by positioning the cursor
at the desired position.
To do so, press the key:
You can change the entries at any time.
1. Press the
+
key.
2. Repeat setting the language and the country of destination
3. To confirm the settings made, press the
AUTOMATIC
or, in the models with built-in telephone answering machine, the total
number of messages received, in this case, “00” is displayed.
00
and alternating on the lower line:
SET DATE AND TIME
CHECK PRINT HEAD
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9. To overwrite the position to be changed, press the key:
key.
Having set the language and the country, the following messages will
appear on the display:
AUTOMATIC
/
-
10. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The date and time setting procedure has been completed.
The new date and time will be updated automatically and
will be printed on each page sent.
11. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode, press
the key:
Remember that the stand-by mode is the status in which it
is idle and that it is the mode from which the machine can
be programmed.
NOTE
When refilling the ASF, place new sheets under and not on top of
sheets already present.
CHECKING
STANDARD PRINTING FORMAT ON FAX MACHINE
Check the printing format set matches the format of the paper
to be used. If this is not so, correct performance of the fax
machine is not guaranteed.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
If you have chosen the 12-hour time format, the display will show the
letter “P” (post meridian) or the letter “A” (ante meridian). The time
format can be changed in this way
1. Press the cursor keys J/K, to position the cursor under the
character to be changed.
2. Press the key .
The setting is changed.
3. Press the key
NOTE
if you have made a mistake or the procedure
was interrupted.
INSERTING PAPER
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
PRINTER PARAMET.
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
SIZE: A4
5. Press the key
/
until the desired paper format appears on the display.
6. To confirm the setting, press the key:
7. Press the key:
The display shows:
AUTOMATIC
CHECK PRINT HEAD
1. Push the paper support into the slots on the unit (1).
2. Push it until it clicks into position.
3. Open the automatic sheet feeder (ASF) panel as indicated by the
arrow (2).
4. Grip the sheets you want to insert by the upper edge (3).
5. Let them drop loosely into the ASF without bending them.
6. Close the ASF panel as indicated by the arrow (4).
7. Push the sheets against the left side of the ASF using the adjusting
lever (5).
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INSTALLING THE PRINT HEAD
REACTIVATING
THE PRINT HEAD AND TESTING
THE NOZZLES
The print head provided with the machine allows you to print up to
80 pages*, whereas replacement print heads with a greater capacity
allow you to print up to 450 pages*.
* Format ITU-TS, Test Sheet chart no.1 (black coverage 3.8%).
NO!
Once the print head has been inserted, the fax machine starts the print
head reactivation and nozzle check procedure. This concludes with:
• the printing, on the sheet loaded automatically, of a diagnostic
test sheet containing:
- a numbered scale, for checking the flow of ink and the
electrical circuits of the print head nozzles.
- a group of graphics and text, so that the printing quality
may be evaluated.
• the display shows the message:
“CHECK PRINT OUT”, “1=EXIT 0=REPEAT”.
Print the test sheet as follows:
Check that the numeric scale is not broken at any point and that the
black areas do not present any horizontal white lines: only under these
conditions is the print head inserted correctly and is working properly.
1. Enter the value 1 if this is the case. The fax machine automatically
returns to its stand-by mode.
2. If breaks or white lines are found, enter the value 0. Reactivating
the print head and testing the nozzles is then repeated.
3. If the new print test continues to be unsatisfactory, repeat the
procedure again.
4. If the print test result is satisfactory, press the
key to exit
from the procedure.
The fax machine returns to its stand-by mode.
IMPORTANT
When the print head is about to run out of ink, the display shows:
1. Flip the operating panel forwards as indicated by the arrow.
2. Lift the print head compartment cover using the lever, as shown in
the figure.
3. Remove the print head from its packing.
Attention:
Avoid touching the nozzles and the electrical contacts.
4. Pick up the print head by its sides.
5. Remove the protective foil from the nozzles.
6. Turn the print head so that the electrical contacts face downwards.
7. Push the print head into its housing.
8. Push the print head until it audibly clicks into position.
9. Close the print head compartment cover and the operating panel.
NOTE
Once the print head provided with the machine has run out, only nonrechargeable print heads (disposable) may be used.
NOTE
If, after the print head has been installed, the “CHECK PRINT HEAD”
message appears, remove it and then reinsert it, pressing it more firmly
into position. If the message remains on the display, remove the print
head and clean the electrical contacts of the print head and the carriage,
see “Cleaning print head electrical contacts”, chapter “Maintenance
operations”.
NOTE
To replace the print head, see the section “Maintenance operations”.
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INK LOW
At the same time the fax machine automatically prints a page to
warn you that the ink is running out and you will have to replace
the print head soon.
When there is no more ink, the display shows:
OUT OF INK
To replace the print head, see the section “Maintenance
operations”.
When buying new print heads, refer to the corresponding
codes at the end of the manual.
CHANGING THE DATE AND TIME
If the date and time shown on the display are not correct,
you can change them at any time.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
From this point follow the procedure previously described
in “Entering the date and time”.
ENTERING NAME AND FAX NUMBER
ENTERING
YOUR FAX NUMBER
1. Press the key:
Name (max. 16 letters) and number (max. 20 digits) will
remain unchanged until they are intentionally changed and
will be printed on each page received by your
correspondent’s fax machine.
The display shows:
TYPE YOUR NUMBER
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
2. To enter your fax machine number, press the keys:
-
INSTALLATION
3. To enter a space, press the key:
2. Press the key:
/
If you make any typing errors, correct them in the same
way as for your name.
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
If you are entering a country code, press the * key instead
of zeros. The + character appears on the display.
4. To confirm the fax number, press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
STATION NAME
5. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE YOUR NAME
You have the following ways of entering a name or logo:
You can enter letters and digits.
5. To do so, press the keys:
NAME
AND FAX NUMBER PRINTING POSITION
You can put information in the header of the original document
to be sent. This can be your name/logo, your fax number,
date/time and number of pages. This information is received
at the top of the page, outside the actual fax contents or
inside the text area, slightly lower down than in the previous
case.
Press the corresponding key until the desired character
appears. After you have released the key, the cursor
automatically jumps to the position to allow you to enter the
next character.
6. To enter a space, press the key:
Your fax machine is set up as default to send this information
within the text area.
/
Changing the position
You may include a variety of special symbols, e.g. &, in your
name.
7. To do so, press the keys:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
You can also change wrong characters by positioning the
cursor under the corresponding character.
8. To do so, press the key:
2.
Press the key:
The display shows:
/
DATE AND TIME
Now enter the correct character.
9. To delete the name completely, press the key:
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
Example:
To enter the name “LARA”, press the keys:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
Until you have selected the letter “L”.
until the display shows:
Until you have selected the letter “A”.
HEADER INSIDE
Until you have selected the letter “R”.
Until you have selected the letter “A”.
10. To confirm the name, press the key:
5. To select the other parameters, press the key:
/
The display shows:
HEADER OUTSIDE
The display shows:
6. To confirm the setting, press the key:
PHONE NUMBER
Now enter the fax number as indicated below:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the key:
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SETTING UP FOR LINE CHARACTERISTICS
CONNECTING
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
TO A PUBLIC LINE
2. Press the key:
The fax machine is already set up to be connected to a
public line. Check, however, the following points:
• The “PUBL.LINE (PSTN)” parameter is selected.
• The dialling mode parameter (tone or pulse) is compatible
with the public telephone exchange line to which you have
connected the fax machine. If in doubt about the choice to
be made, ask your public telephone company.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
4. To select the other options, press the key:
/
2. Press the key:
PRIV.LINE (PBX)
5. Press the key:
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
The display shows:
3. Press the key:
PSTN DIAL:TONE
6. To select the other dialling mode, press the key:
The display shows:
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
/
PSTN DIAL:PULSE
If the fax machine is set up for connection to a private line,
select the “Private Line” connection setting.
4. To do so, press the key:
7. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows:
/
EXT.LINE:PREFIX
5. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows:
PSTN DIAL:TONE
8. To select the other “EXT.LINE:FLASH” option, press the
key:
/
9. To confirm the selection, press the key:
6. To view the other dialling mode (in countries where it is
available), press the key:
/
If you confirmed, by pressing the key
PSTN DIAL:PULSE
, the
“EXT.LINE:PREFIX” mode, the fax machine prompts you to
enter the number corresponding to the area code (max. 3
digits).
7. To confirm the selection, press the key:
10. Press the key:
8. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key
The display shows:
PSTN DIAL:TONE
11. To select the other dialling mode, press the key:
CONNECTING TO A PRIVATE LINE (PBX)
To connect the fax machine to a private line and be able to
use it also on a public line, proceed as follows:
•
•
•
•
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Select the “PRIV.LINE (PBX)” parameter.
Set the same dialling mode (tone or pulse) as the one used
by the private telephone exchange that manages the line to
which you have connected the fax machine. If in doubt about
the choice to be made, ask the company that manages your
private telephone network.
Set the output mode (area code or flash) to access the
public telephone network from the private telephone network.
Set the same dialling mode (tone or pulse) as the one
used by the public telephone exchange.
/
PSTN DIAL:PULSE
12. To confirm the setting, press the key:
13. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode, press
the key:
NOTE
Having confirmed the dialling mode to be used by the fax machine to
connect to the public line, simply press the
key, before dialling the
correspondent’s fax or telephone number, to gain access to it. An “E”
appears on the display.
SIMULTANEOUS CHANGING OF DIALLING MODE
You can change the dialling mode for a single dialling operation
without having to change the setup.
1. Press the
key, before entering the fax or telephone number.
The fax machine now changes the dialling mode for this dialling
operation. At the end of transmission, the fax machine always restores
the dialling mode set up on it.
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COMPONENTS
The figure shows the external and internal parts of the fax machine.
Plain paper automatic sheet feeder (ASF)
Adjustable to the following paper sizes: A4, Letter and Legal.
Maximum capacity: 100 sheets (80gr/m2).
Paper support
Connection sockets
(see base)
Paper adjusting lever
Document support
Received or copied document
output
Speaker
Notes about paper
Console
Built-in telephone handset
Sent or copied document output
Display
Automatic feeder for original documents to
be sent and copied (ADF)
Maximum capacity: 20 sheets A4 (80gr/m2).
The display consists of two lines of 16
characters each. It shows the date and
time, menu items, error messages,
resolution and contrast values and the
total number of messages received.
Print head compartment
Print head compartment cover
Optical reader
Machine serial number plate
(see base)
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CONSOLE
•
Adjusts the resolution of the documents to be sent and
copied (only with the document inserted in the ADF).
•
Puts the line on hold during a telephone conversation (with
the handset off the hook).
•
Turns off the microphone, during a "handsfree" telephone
call, so that the correspondent cannot hear what is said at
your end of the line.
•
Gives access to programming mode.
•
Selects menus and submenus.
•
button has been
After the
pressed, the speaker volume is turned
up to maximum and then recommences at the lowest volume.
•
Scroll “forwards” and “backwards” through the values
of a parameter.
•
Move the cursor to the right and to the left while
entering numbers and names.
•
Used to perform TAD functions. Described in
corresponding chapter.
With the handset lifted, gives access to the special
functions made available by the network operator
and commonly known as REGISTER RECALL
(R function).
Lit, indicates that there are messages or memos in the memory that have already been
played.
Blinking, indicates that the memory contains documents that have not been printed, messages
or memos that have not been played.
Unlit, indicates that the memory is empty.
•
Dials the fax or telephone number.
•
If pressed for more than a second,
(once set) the telephone or fax
number assigned assigned to the key
is automatically dialled (one-touch
dialling function).
•
Sets any numeric data.
•
Selects digits and alphanumeric
characters during the entry of
numbers and names.
•
With tone dialling, a tone is sent down
the line for special network services.
•
Selects characters and special
symbols during the entry of names by
scrolling backwards and forwards.
“Error” LED indicator
Signals an operating fault during transmission or
reception.
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•
•
•
Unloads a document from the ADF.
•
Turns off the “
•
Returns the fax machine to the stand-by mode.
•
Stops the programming, transmission, reception
or copying operation in progress.
” LED indicator.
After two numeric keys (01-50)
have been pressed, automatically dials (once set) the
associated telephone or fax
numbers.
Cancels incorrect settings.
Display
A two-line liquid crystal display
with a capacity of 16 characters
per line.
Shows operator prompts and
error messages.
•
Used to dial a telephone or fax number without
lifting the telephone handset.
•
Also activates the handsfree function.
With the fax machine connected to a private exchange:
- When pressed once before dialling the telephone or fax
number, access to the public line is provided. When pressed
twice, it provides access to the programmed network
operator.
•
Starts receiving a document.
•
After the fax number has been
dialled, starts sending a document
(only with the document already
inserted in the ADF).
•
Confirms the selection of menus,
submenus, parameters and their
values and moves on to the next
procedure.
•
Starts copying a document (only
with the document already
inserted in the ADF).
With the fax machine connected to the public line:
- When pressed before dialling the telephone or fax number,
access to the programmed network operator is provided.
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•
Inserts a pause during the dialling of the telephone or fax number.
•
Displays a list of the last 10 fax or telephone numbers dialled (outgoing
calls) or the last 20 numbers from which calls have been received
(incoming calls), irrespective of whether or not a document was present
in the ADF.
BASIC TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION OPERATIONS
Now that your fax machine has a name and number, it is ready to
operate and be used for the following functions:
•
Transmitting documents (also in broadcast mode, from the
memory, or by polling)
•
Receiving documents (also by polling)
•
Making telephone calls (see the chapter “Making a call”)
•
Copying documents (see chapter “Making a copy”).
TRANSMITTING A DOCUMENT
WHAT DOCUMENTS CAN BE TRANSMITTED
Sizes
• Breadth
min. 148 mm - max. 216 mm
•
min. 216 mm - max. 600 mm
Length
Sheet thickness
80 g/m2 (max. 20 sheets)
60 - 90 g/m2 (max. 10 sheets)
50 - 140 gr/m2 (1 sheet at a time)
For documents of a different size from those specified, you can
use a transparency with a rear sheet as a document holder.
PLACE
1. Insert the automatic document feeder (ADF) in the openings
provided for this purpose.
2. Push in the ADF until it clicks into position.
Attention:
You must not force the original.
3. Insert the document with the side to be transmitted facing upwards
(automatic document feed).
The bottom edge of the original is fed into the ADF and the display
shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
SETTING CONTRAST AND RESOLUTION
NEVER USE
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Before transmitting a document you can make some
adjustments to optimise the printing quality.
rolled paper
excessively thin paper
torn paper
damp or wet paper
excessively small paper format
crumpled paper
carbon paper
SETTING THE CONTRAST
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
In order to avoid damaging your fax machine and invalidating your
guarantee, make sure that the documents you are to use are in good
condition and do not contain:
•
•
•
•
THE DOCUMENT IN THE ADF
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
staples
paper clips
adhesive tape
correcting liquid or glue that has not yet dried.
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
In all such cases, photocopy the document and transmit the copy or
use a transparency cover.
until the display shows:
CONTRAST:NORMAL
5. Press the key
/
until the other available options “DARK” and “LIGHT” are
shown.
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
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7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
Choose the type of contrast on the basis of the following criteria:
• NORMAL, if the document is neither too light nor too dark.
NORMAL appears on the bottom line of the display.
• LIGHT, if the document is excessively dark. LIGHT appears on
the bottom line of the display.
• DARK, if the document is excessively light. DARK appears on the
bottom line of the display.
Note
If you want you can dial the recipient’s number using the quick dialling
procedures, see “Setting one-touch and speed dialling”, “Sending
with one-touch dialling” and “Sending with speed dialling”.
Note
To abort the current transmission, press the key
machine ejects the document from the ADF and returns to the standby mode.
If the document to be removed consists of more than one sheet, before
pressing
TO SET THE RESOLUTION
. The fax
to eject the first, remove all the others by hand.
1. Press the key:
TO TRANSMIT AND HEAR THE DIALLING TONES
until the desired value appears on the display.
•
•
•
Choose the resolution on the basis of the following
criteria:
STD (STANDARD) if the original contains easily readable
characters. An arrow appears on the bottom line of the
display in line with the “ ” symbol on the console.
FINE if the original contains very small characters or
diagrams. An arrow appears on the bottom line of the
display in line with the “ ” symbol on the console.
HALF TONES, if the document contains shaded areas.
An arrow in line with the “ ” symbol and an arrow in line
with the “ ” symbol printed on the console appear on the
bottom line of the display.
1. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
2. If you want to hear the dialling tone, press the key:
The display shows:
TRANSMITTING AN ORIGINAL
ON LINE
And the length of the transmission in minutes and seconds
in the top right-hand corner.
3. To select the recipient number, press the keys:
1. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
-
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if not shown on the display)
is: “ ” (standard).
If desired, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
2. To select the recipient number, press the keys:
The recipient’s number may contain a maximum of 64 digits.
3. To start transmitting, press the key:
If the document is transmitted correctly, once this operation
has been completed, the display will show the message “TX
COMPLETED” for a few seconds.
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Transmission commences and the message
“CONNECTING” appears on the display.
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message “TX
COMPLETED” for a few seconds.
FOR TRANSMISSION, LIFT THE HANDSET
1. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
If you have entered any incorrect digits: position the cursor, using the
|/} keys, to the incorrect digit and overwrite it with the correct one. If
you want to delete the number altogether, press the
The recipient’s number may contain a maximum of 64 digits.
4. As soon as you hear the tone of the recipient’s fax machine,
press the key:
key.
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
2. Lift the handset to engage the line.
6. Confirm the entry or the already existing code. Press the
key:
The display shows:
ON LINE
The display shows:
TYPE PREFIX:
(0 - 9):
and the length of the transmission in minutes and seconds
in the top right-hand corner.
3. To select the recipient number, press the keys:
7. To enter the new code number (6 digits max.), press the
keys:
The recipient’s number may contain a maximum of 64 digits.
8. Confirm the entry or the already existing code. Press the
key:
If your correspondent’s fax machine is set up for automatic
reception, you will hear the fax machine signal.
If it is set up for manual reception, the correspondent
himself will answer. Ask him to press the start key on his
fax. Then wait for the fax signal.
4. To start sending, press the key:
The message “CONNECTING” appears on the display. If
the document is sent correctly, once this operation has been
completed, the display will show the message “TX
COMPLETED” for a few seconds.
AUTOMATIC REDIAL
If no connection is established due to line errors or because the
recipient’s number is busy, the fax machine automatically redials
the number up to five times.
TO DIAL A FREQUENTLY USED CODE AUTOMATICALLY
The fax machine allows a frequently used code to be stored.
This can be, for example, an area code or a code for access
to an additional telephone user.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
The display shows:
ENTER ACRONYM
(A - Z):
Enter the acronym to be used to identify the code on the
display (1 character).
9. Press the key:
10. Confirm the entry or the already existing code. Press the
key:
11. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
Note
Automatic code dialling is activated by pressing the
key before
dialling the recipient’s number.
If the fax machine is connected to a private line (PBX), the
key is
to be pressed twice before dialling the correspondent’s number. In
both cases, the original must be placed in the ADF.
2. Press the key
until the display shows:
OTHER CARR.:ON
TRANSMITTING ORIGINAL AT A PRESET TIME
(DELAYED TRANSMISSION)
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
ENTER NAME:
Enter the name that identifies the area code region or the
name of the additional telephone user.
4. To do so, press the keys:
5. To change a character, press the cursor keys:
/
Position the cursor under the letter to be overwritten.
This function enables you to solve time zone problems if
your correspondent is located thousands of kilometres away
and to avoid paying high prices by choosing time bands
when there is less traffic on the telephone lines.
1. Place the original document in the ADF. On the upper line,
the display shows:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
2. Press the key
until the display shows:
DELAYED TX
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3. Press the key:
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
CHANGE PARAM.?
If you want to delete the previously set up transmission
setting, press the keys |/}. The message “CANCEL
SETTING?” appears on the display.
4. To confirm the deletion, press the key:
Enter the time at which you want to transmit the document.
For example “16:50”.
4. To do so, press the keys:
-
The fax machine automatically returns to the stand-by
mode.
If you want to change the time at which the document is to
be sent or the number of the recipient to whom you want to
send the document, take the following steps:
5. Press the key:
5. Press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
Dial your recipient’s number in any of the available methods:
directly on the numeric keypad or using the one-touch keys
or speed dialling codes (see “Setting one-touch and
speed dialling”).
6. Press the keys:
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
16:50
You can overwrite the displayed time with the new time.
6. To do so, press the keys:
7. To confirm the entry, press the key:
Confirm the entry or the existing time.
7. To do so, press the key:
The display shows “TX SET.” for a few seconds and then:
AUTOMATIC OO
TX AT 16:50
The display shows:
TYPE FAX NUMBER
Note
8. If you want to set the current time, press the key:
You can cancel the “delayed transmission” setting. Do so by removing
the document from the ADF or by pressing the
key.
9. To continue with the next steps, press the key:
Note
You can overwrite the displayed number with the new
number.
10. To do so, press the keys:
If there is a power failure, the delayed transmission will be
cancelled.
-
CHANGING OR DELETING DELAYED TRANSMISSION ALREADY
SET UP
Confirm the entry or the existing number displayed.
11. To do so, press the key:
The display shows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
DELAYED TX
AUTOMATIC OO
TX AT 18:00
2. Press the key:
TRANSMITTING AN ORIGINAL TO MULTIPLE RECIPIENTS
The display shows:
ALREADY ENTERED
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The fax machine’s memory allows you to send a document (even
at a preset time) to multiple recipients (max. 10): “Broadcast
transmission”. See “Transmitting a document from the memory”.
TRANSMITTING
A DOCUMENT FROM THE MEMORY
1. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values as
described previously.
Note
If there is a power failure, the transmission from the memory will
be cancelled.
PROGRAMMED TRANSMISSION FROM THE MEMORY
CHANGING, REPEATING OR DELETING
1. Press the key:
until the display shows:
MEMORY TX
2. Press the key
2. Press the key:
until the display shows:
TX FROM MEMORY
The display shows:
3. Press the key:
ALREADY ENTERED
3. Press the key:
The fax machine starts to store the original document. Once
saved, the display shows the message “DOC.N. XXXX” for
several seconds.
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
PRINT SETTING?
You can choose the following options:
PRINT SETTING? – To print the memory transmission
parameters only. When it has finished printing, the fax
machine returns automatically to its stand-by status.
CANCEL SETTING? - To cancel the setting. The fax machine
returns to its initial stand-by status.
CHANGE PARAM.? – To change the recipient’s number or
the desired transmission time.
4. To select the other options, press the key:
For example “16:50”.
4. To do so, press the keys:
Confirm the entry or the current time.
5. To do so, press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
Dial your recipient’s number in any of the available methods:
directly on the numeric keypad or using the one-touch keys
or speed dialling codes (see “Setting one-touch and
speed dialling”).
6. To do so, press the keys:
-
/
5. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
From this point on, proceed from Point No. 3 onwards of the
procedure in “Transmitting a document from the memory”.
7. Press the key:
The fax machine prompts you to enter another number:
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
If you want to send the document to more than one
correspondent, repeat the previous two steps for each extra
recipient.
8. To terminate the procedure, press the key:
9. If you want to send the document to one correspondent
only, simply press the key:
Once the procedure has been completed, the display shows:
AUTOMATIC 00
MEMORY TX
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RECEIVING A DOCUMENT
You can set up the fax machine in four separate reception modes:
• Manual reception . For all occasions in which the user is present
and can answer the calls personally.
• Automatic reception. Automatic reception, for all occasions in
which the user is not present but wants to receive documents
anyway. This is the standard mode of your fax machine.
• Automatic reception with call type recognition. In this reception
mode, after a given number of rings (default setting: 2 rings), the
fax machine connects to the telephone line and is capable of
recognizing whether the incoming call is a fax call or a telephone
call.
• Reception with an answering machine (TAD). In this reception
mode, the TAD receives the calls, records any messages left by
the correspondent and, if he wants to send you a document,
enables the fax machine to receive it.
CHOOSING RECEPTION MODE
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
RECEPTION MODE
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
3. then hang up.
The fax machine starts receiving. The display shows some
information about the reception in progress, including your
correspondent’s fax number or, if programmed, his name.
Once the document has been received, the display shows
the message “RX COMPLETED” for a few seconds. The
fax machine then returns to the stand-by mode.
AUTOMATIC RECEPTION
After two rings, the fax machine prepares to receive a
document. The document is received as in manual reception
mode.
AUTOMATIC RECEPTION WITH CALL TYPE RECOGNITION
The action taken by the fax machine in this reception mode
depends on who is calling:
- If the caller is another fax machine, after two rings your fax
machine automatically prepares to receive a document.
- If the caller is a telephone, after two rings, the fax machine
emits an acoustic signal for about 20 seconds and the
display shows “LIFT HANDSET”. If you do not lift the
receiver within these 20 seconds, the fax machine
automatically prepares to receive a document.
If you lift the receiver before the fax machine connects to
the telephone line and you hear the dialling tone, proceed
as follows:
1. Press the key
AUTOMATIC
You may also view the other available options: “MANUAL”,
“PHONE/FAX” and “TAD/FAX”. This message is only
displayed if you have recorded outgoing message 1 (see
“The telephone answering device”).
3. To do so, press the key:
/
4. To confirm the entry, press the key:
2. then hang up.
RECEPTION
Note
You can break off the reception in progress.
1. Press the
5. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
WITH AN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAD)
See the corresponding chapter.
key.
The fax machine returns to its stand-by status.
SETTING ONE-TOUCH AND SPEED DIALLING
PROCEDURE FOR THE VARIOUS RECEPTION MODES
MANUAL RECEPTION
1. When the telephone rings, lift the handset to engage the
line.
The display shows:
ON LINE
2. As soon as you hear the fax machine signal or if the
correspondent asks you to receive a document:
The fax machine is also capable of carrying out quick dialling
procedures, such as one-touch dialling and speed dialling, but these
functions must be duly set.
ONE-TOUCH DIALLING
You can assign each of the 10 numeric keys (0 - 9) a fax
number or a telephone number and a name which will be
dialled automatically when you press this key for more than
a second.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
CONNECTING
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The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key
14. To confirm the entry, press the key:
until the display shows:
ONE TOUCH DIAL
The display shows:
4. Press the key:
EDIT ANOTHER YES
You can terminate the procedure at this point or program
another one-touch dialling key.
15. To interrupt the procedure, press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE ONE TOUCH
KEY: 0-9
5. Press the numeric key to which you want to assign the
telephone number or the fax number:
16. To program another one-touch dialling key, press the key:
To set up, repeat the corresponding steps for recipient
number and name entry.
The display shows:
1:NUM. FAX/TEL
If a fax number or a telephone number has already been
saved, the display will show it.
Enter the recipient’s telephone or fax number (max. 64
digits).
6. Press the keys:
SPEED DIALLING
Using codes (01 - 50) you can assign other fax numbers,
telephone numbers and names which will be automatically
dialled by pressing the
key and typing the code.
-
Follow the first two steps of the one-touch dialling
procedure, then:
1. Press the key
If you want to correct a digit, set the cursor under the digit
to be changed.
7. To do so, press the key:
/
until the display shows:
CODED SPEED DIAL
You can now overwrite the wrong digit.
8. If you want to delete the complete number, press the key:
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
If your fax machine is connected to a private line, access
the public line by pressing the key before dialling the
number.
9. To do so, press the key:
A letter “E” (external) appears on the display.
10. To confirm the entry, press the key:
TYPE SPEED NO.
(01-50):
Select the code with which you want to associate the
).
telephone or fax number (for example
3. Press the keys:
The display shows:
O1:NUM. FAX/TEL
The display shows:
1: NAME
If a name has already been stored, the display will show it.
Enter the recipient name (max. 16 characters) as you did
for your name (see “Entering name and fax number”,
chapter “Delivery contents, connecting up and first-time
operation”).
11. To do so, press the keys:
From here on, follow the one-touch dialling procedure
starting from the steps in which the number and name of the
correspondent are set.
Note
If you want, you can print the information saved on the 10 one-touch
dialling keys and 50 speed dialling codes (see chapter “Printing
reports and lists”).
If you want to correct a character, place the cursor under
the character to be changed.
12. To do so, press the key:
/
You can now overwrite the wrong character.
13. To delete the entire name, press the key:
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CHANGING
A ONE-TOUCH DIALLING KEY OR SPEED DIALLING
SENDING WITH SPEED DIALING
CODE
1. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
1. Follow the one-touch dialling or speed dialling procedure
until the display shows:
- For one-touch dialling
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
1:NUM. FAX/TEL
- For speed dialling
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values as
described in “Setting contrast and resolution”.
2. Press the key:
O1:NUM. FAX/TEL
2. To delete the display, press the key:
The display shows:
Enter the new telephone or fax number (max. 64 digits).
3. To do so, press the keys:
ADDRESS BOOK
CODE OR < >
-
Type the desired speed dialling code, for example:
.
3. To do so, press the keys:
4. To confirm the entry, press the key:
The display shows:
1: NAME
The display shows the stored fax number. If the name has
also been saved, the display shows the latter.
Once the number has been dialled, transmission continues
in the ordinary way.
or
01: NAME
5. To delete the display, press the key:
TRANSMITTING WITH ONE-TOUCH OR SPEED DIALLING BY
6. Enter the new name (max. 16 characters).
7. To confirm the entry, press the key:
SEARCHING THE PHONE BOOK
If you do not remember the one-touch dialling key or speed
dialling code to which you assigned a given fax number,
you can start sending the document from the phone book
as follows:
1. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
8. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
DOCUMENT READY
SENDING
WITH ONE-TOUCH DIALING
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
1. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values as
described in “Setting contrast and resolution”.
2. Press the key:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
The display shows:
ADDRESS BOOK
CODE OR < >
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values as
described in “Setting contrast and resolution”.
2. Pressing the desired numeric key for more than one second:
Now locate the fax number or name of the correspondent
to whom you wish to send your document.
3. To do so, press the key:
The display shows the fax number stored under it. If the
name has also been saved, the display shows the latter.
Transmission then continues in the normal way.
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/
4. To start transmission, press the key:
TRANSMITTING A DOCUMENT BY RECALLING ONE
THE LAST 20 INCOMING NUMBERS OR ONE OF
THE LAST 10 NUMBERS CALLED
•
Last transmission report: contains information about the last
transmission and can be printed, once programmed, always and
automatically after each transmission or on request at the desired
moment.
•
Failed transmission report: also contains information about the
last transmission but is printed automatically only when the
transmission has failed. The fax machine is set by default to
print this kind of report automatically. If you wish to disable it, see
the relevant paragraph.
•
Last broadcast transmission request report: contains
information about the last broadcast transmission request and
can be printed, once programmed, always and automatically after
each transmission or on request at the desired moment.
OF
1. Place the original document in the ADF. On the upper line,
the display shows:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values as
described in “Setting contrast and resolution”.
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
INCOMING CALLS
3. To program the other “OUTGOING CALLS” option, press
the key:
INTERPRETING THE REPORTS
• Act. N.
Progressive number of the transactions
(transmission/reception) carried out.
• Type
Activity:
TX, TX POLLING, TX ECM for transmission.
/
RX, RX POLLING, RX ECM for reception.
4. To confirm the selection, press the key
• Dialled
Number
You can now select the fax number or name of the recipient
to whom you wish to send the document on the list of the
last 20 incoming calls or on the list of the last 10 outgoing
calls.
5. To do so, press the key:
/
6. To start sending, press the key:
PRINTING REPORTS AND LISTS
REPORTS
By printing out reports, the fax machine enables you to check the
result of all the transactions carried out (transmission and reception),
the volume of documents handled and much other useful information.
The fax machine prints the following reports:
• Power failure report: it is always and automatically printed after
a power failure, if there are documents in the memory.
Once the operating conditions have been restored, the fax machine
will automatically print a report indicating the number of pages in
the memory up to that time that you have lost. In this case, we
recommend that you print out an activity report to be able to
recognize the number or name that sent the lost document.
•
• Name
•
Fax number of the correspondent that you
selected.
Name of recipient dialled. Only displayed if you
have saved it on the one-touch dialling keys or in
the speed dialling codes. This field is not printed
on the activity report.
Received Id Contains number (and possibly) name of recipient
dialled. This number corresponds to the number
you dialled, only if the correspondent set his own
fax number correctly. Otherwise, it may be
different or not be present at all.
• Date/Time
Date and time at which the transaction was
carried out.
• Duration
• Pages
• Result
Length of transaction (in minutes and seconds).
Total number of pages sent/received.
Result of the transaction:
- OK: if the transaction was completed
successfully.
- ERROR CODE XX: if the transmission was
faulty. The cause is indicated by the error code
(see “Error codes”, chapter “Troubleshooting
guide”).
Activity report: contains information about the last 42
transactions carried out (transmission and reception operations),
which the fax machine keeps in its memory. It is printed
automatically (after the thirty-second transaction and subsequent
deletion of the stored data) or on request.
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ENABLING
AND DISABLING AUTOMATIC PRINTING OF
4. Press the key
TRANSMISSION AND FAILED TRANSMISSION REPORTS
until the display shows:
BROADC. REP.:ON
1. Press the key
5. To select the “BROADC. REP.:OFF” option, press the key:
until the display shows:
/
FAX SET-UP
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
2. Press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
ENABLING AND DISABLING AUTOMATIC PRINTING DELAYED
The display shows:
TRANSMISSION DATA
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
until the display shows:
FAILED TX REPORT
FAX SET-UP
You can choose the following options: “TX REPORT:
ALWAYS” and “TY REPORT: OFF”.
FAILED TX REPORT - the fax machine will automatically
print a report only after each failed transmission.
TX REPORT:ALWAYS - the fax machine will automatically
print a report after each transmission irrespective of the
result.
TX REPORT: OFF - the fax machine will not print any report.
5. To select one of the options, press the key:
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
/
4. Press the key
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
until the display shows:
DELAY LIST: ON
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
5. To select the “DELAY LIST: OFF” option, press the key:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
ENABLING AND DISABLING AUTOMATIC PRINTING OF
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
BROADCAST TRANSMISSION REPORTS
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
PRINTING TRANSMISSION, ACTIVITY, BROADCAST
TRANSMISSION AND CALLER ID REPORTS ON REQUEST
2. Press the key:
1. Press the key
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
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until the display shows:
PRINT OUT REPORT
note
2. Press the key:
If you chose “PRINT: INSTALL” or “PRINT:BLACK LIST”, when the fax
machine has finished printing, it returns automatically to the stand-by
mode.
The display shows:
LAST TX REPORT
You can choose the following options: “LAST
BROAD.REP.”, “ACTIVITY REPORT”, “PRINT: ID LIST”
and “PRINT OUT:EXIT”.
3. To select one of the options, press the key:
/
If you have chosen “MENU EXIT”, press the
key to return the
fax machine to the stand-by mode.
PRINTING CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS AND DATA RELATING
TO ONE-TOUCH DIALLING AND SPEED DIALLING
4. To confirm the selection, press the key:
1. Press the key
Having printed the report, the fax machine automatically
returns to its initial standby status.
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
Note
2. Press the key:
If you have chosen “PRINT OUT:EXIT”, press the
key to return
The display shows:
the fax machine to the stand-by mode.
DATE AND TIME
LISTS
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
PRINT OUT SET-UP
At any time, you can print complete lists of the installation and
setup parameters and print the data saved in the one-touch dialling
keys and speed dialling codes.
By printing out the lists of installation and setup parameters, you will
obtain an up to date report of the default values and those that you
have set to adapt it to your operating requirements.
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
PRINT SETTINGS
5. To view the other available options: “PRINT:ONE TOUCH”,
“PRINT:SPEED DIAL” and “PRINT OUT:EXIT”, press the
key:
PRINTING INSTALLATION PARAMETERS AND BLACKLISTED
NUMBERS
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
Having printed the report, the fax machine automatically
returns to its initial standby status.
Note
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
If you have chosen “PRINT OUT:EXIT”, press the
key to return
the fax machine to the stand-by mode.
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
PRINT INSTALL.
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
PRINT: INSTALL
5. To view the other available options: “PRINT:BLACK LIST”
and “MENU EXIT”, press the key:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
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MAKING A CALL
When you engage the line by lifting the telephone handset, you
may use all the telephone functions available on ordinary telephones
sold on the market.
These also include the R function (REGISTER RECALL, activated by
pressing the
key) which provides access to the special services
made available by the company that manages the telephone network.
CASE 2
Do not place the original document in the ADF.
1. Lift the handset to engage the line.
or
to activate the handsfree function, press the key:
You can also use the following functions:
•
Call the correspondent using the fast dialling procedures set, see
“Telephoning with one-touch dialling” and “Telephoning with
speed dialling”.
The display shows:
•
(HOLD)
Momentarily hold a telephone call by pressing the
key. The call is resumed as soon as the same key is pressed again.
and the length of the call in minutes and seconds in the top
right-hand corner.
•
Activate the "handsfree" function, by pressing the
key before
or during a telephone call. This function is useful if you want other
persons at your end to take part in the conversation.
ON LINE
00:00
2. Press the desired numeric key (in example
-
The display shows the associated telephone number that
you stored (see “Setting one-touch and speed dialling”,
chapter “Basic transmission and reception operations”).
If you also associated a name with it, the display will show
this, too.
TELEPHONING WITH ONE-TOUCH DIALLING
CASE 1
Do not place the original document in the ADF.
):
TELEPHONING WITH SPEED DIALLING
1. Press the desired numeric key, for example, for more than
one second (in example
):
Do not place the original document in the ADF.
1. Lift the handset to engage the line.
The display shows the associated telephone number that
you stored (see “Setting one-touch and speed dialling”,
chapter “Basic transmission and reception operations”).
If a name was also associated with it, the display will show
this, too.
2. Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is
free, you can lift the handset and start talking.
or
to activate the handsfree function, press the key:
The display shows:
ON LINE
and the length of the call in minutes and seconds in the top
right-hand corner.
2. Press the key:
The display shows the length of the call in minutes and
seconds in the top right-hand corner.
NOTe
The display shows:
If you want to activate the "handsfree" function, having raised the
handset, press the
00:00
TEL CALL
CODE OR < >
key. The display shows:
REPLACE HANDSET
3. Type the desired speed dialling code, for example
. To do so, press the keys:
The display shows the stored telephone number (see
“Setting one-touch and speed dialling”, chapter “Basic
transmission and reception operations”).
If a name was also associated with it, the display will show
this, too.
Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is
free you can start talking.
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TELEPHONING WITH THE HELP OF THE
REDIALLING ONE OF THE LAST 20
PHONE BOOK
INCOMING NUMBERS OR ONE OF THE
LAST
10 OUTGOING NUMBERS
Do not place the original document in the ADF.
1. Lift the handset to engage the line.
Do not place the original document in the ADF.
1. Lift the handset to engage the line.
or
to activate the handsfree function, press the key:
or
to activate the handsfree function, press the key:
The display shows:
ON LINE
00:00
The display shows:
and the length of the call in minutes and seconds in the top
right-hand corner.
ON LINE
2. Press the key:
and the length of the call in minutes and seconds in the top
right-hand corner.
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
TEL CALL
CODE OR < >
The display shows:
Select the telephone number or name of the correspondent
you want to call.
3. To do so, press the key:
INCOMING CALLS
3. To program the other “OUTGOING CALLS” option, press
the key:
/
4. To start the dialling procedure, press the key:
00:00
/
4. To confirm the selection, press the key:
Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is
free you can start talking.
5. You can find the telephone number or name of the
correspondent you wish to call on the list of the last
20 incoming calls or on the list of the last 10 outgoing calls.
To do so, press the key:
/
6. To start the dialling procedure, press the key:
Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is
free you can start talking.
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MAKING A COPY
WHAT DOCUMENTS CAN BE COPIED
Before making a copy, make sure that the document respects the
characteristics described in “What documents may be used”, section
“Transmitting a document”, chapter “Basic transmission and
reception operations”.
9. To display the other two types of contrast available:
“CONTRAST: LIGHT” or “CONTRAST: DARK”, press the
key:
/
10. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows the values that you have just selected.
At this point, simply choose the resolution you want and set
the number of copies you want to make:
11. To choose the desired resolution setting: “TEXT” or
“PHOTO”, press the key:
COPYING
As mentioned previously, you can also use the fax machine
as a photocopier. The printing quality obtained depends
on the type of copy you want to obtain: Normal copy or
Quality copy, and the contrast and resolution values that
you select before starting the copying function.
1. Choose the type of contrast on the basis of the following
criteria:
• NORMAL, if the document is neither too light nor too
dark.
• LIGHT, if the document is too dark.
• DARK, if the document is too light.
Choose the resolution on the basis of the following criteria:
• TEXT, if the document contains easily legible text or
simple graphics.
• PHOTO, if the document contains shaded areas.
2. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
3. Press the key:
12. To make a single copy, press the key:
13. To make multiple copies (max. 9), enter the desired number.
To do so, press the key:
14. To start the copying procedure, press the key:
The fax machine saves the pages of the document one by
one before making the copies.
Note
You can break off the copying in progress. If the document consists of
more than one sheet, remove all the sheets behind the first sheet
manually. Then press the
key to eject the first sheet.
1. To eject the first sheet from the ADF, press the
The display shows the default contrast, resolution settings
and copy type: 100%, NORMAL and TEXT, respectively.
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
COPY: HIGH QUAL.
5. To select the other “COPY:NORMAL” option, press the key:
key.
2. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key.
Note
If you want to make enlargements or reductions, lay the original in the
centre in a lengthwise direction. Use the middle step in the sheet
feeder as an orientation aid.
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6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows:
ZOOM: 100%
7. To select the other available options: “140%”, “70%” or
“50%”, press the key:
/
8. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows:
CONTRAST:NORMAL
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The maximum printing width is 204 mm and the maximum printing
length is 282 mm. The maximum non-printing area is: right and left
4 mm, top 3 mm and bottom 14 mm.
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE (TAD)
The fax machine is equipped with an integrated telephone answering
device which performs the same functions as those performed by
external telephone answering devices.
You can therefore:
• record outgoing messages which will be played automatically
when you are out, to request callers to leave a message or call
back later;
• record memos;
This key starts recording a memo.
•
listen to outgoing messages;
By pressing the key again, you delete messages and memos
•
change outgoing messages;
•
•
record messages left by callers when you are out, to ensure that
your calls do not get lost;
listen to recorded messages and memos;
•
delete recorded messages and memos;
•
forward messages to a remote telephone;
•
control the TAD from a remote location.
Press the key to move, while playing messages and memos,
to the start of the next message or memo.
Press this key to return to a previous message or memo
while playing messages and memos. You must first have
listened to all messages or memos.
already listened to.
INDICATOR LED (MESSAGES)
On, to indicate that there are messages or memos in the
memory that have already been played.
Blinking, to indicate that there are messages or memos in
the memory that have not yet been played.
Off, to indicate that there are no messages or memos in the
memory.
The TAD’s recording capacity depends on the size of the memory
available (ca. 14 mins.). The length of the messages is
programmable and may be 30 or 60 seconds, see “Setting the length
of memos and incoming messages”.
IMPORTANT
Keys required to use the TAD:
This key provides access to the TAD configuration menu
and selection of various sub-menus.
/
By pressing this key you can select the available options for
a particular value or parameter.
The TAD can only be enabled after recording outgoing message
1. See “Outgoing messages and memos”, and, in particular,
“Recording outgoing message 1”.
This key starts recording and playing. In addition, it has the
following functions: selecting the menu for configuring the
TAD, sub-menu selection, parameter and setting
confirmation, and switching to the next condition.
Note
In TAD/FAX reception mode, the fax machine automatically prepares
to receive when it is called by another fax machine, to prevent
documents sent to you from getting lost.
This key interrupts recording and playing. It additionally
breaks off the current programming activity and returns the
fax machine to its stand-by status.
Note
In addition, to prevent others from operating the TAD from a remote
location without your authorization (except to leave messages),
access has been protected by a four-digit numeric code (set by default
to “1234”) which you can change or delete at any time, see “Changing
or deleting the TAD access code”.
THE TAD CONSOLE
CHANGING, DELETING AND ACTIVATING THE
ACCESS CODE
Use of an access code prevents
other people from listening to your personal messages;
and modifying the TAD configuration parameters that you
have set.
1. Press the key
•
•
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
This key starts playing new messages and memos. If there
are any messages or memos that you have not heard, the
procedure starts with the first unheard memo. In addition,
by pressing this key you can momentarily stop playing
messages and memos. By pressing the key again, you
resume listening.
2. To confirm the entry, press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
ACCESS CODE
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4. Press the key:
OUTGOING MESSAGES AND MEMOS
The display shows the default code “1234”:
TYPE CODE
(0 - 9): 1234
Enter the new code, for example, “0001” to change or delete
the current code.
5. To enter a new code or change the existing one, press the
keys:
6. To delete the code, press the key:
7. Press the key
The display shows:
PLAY UNLOCK
8. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
To protect the TAD with an access code, carry out the above
steps until the display shows “PLAY UNLOCK”. Then
proceed as follows:
You can allow only persons who know the access code to
listen to messages.
1. To do so, press the key:
/
You can record several different types of outgoing messages:
• OGM 1, which has a maximum length of 20 seconds, prompts the
caller to leave a message on the TAD. For example:
“You have called the telephone number ... I’m out at the moment.
You can leave a message after the beep or press the Start button
on your fax machine if you want to send a fax. Thanks”.
• OGM 2, which has a maximum length of 10 seconds, may be
recorded:
• if you are out and have selected the TAD/FAX reception mode,
to inform the caller that the answering device cannot receive
messages because its memory is full. For example:
“I’m sorry but I can only receive faxes at the moment. If you
need to speak to me, please call back later”;
• if you are in but have selected PHONE/FAX mode, to tell the
caller not to hang up, for example: For example:
“Please wait”.
•
CALL TRANSFER MESSAGE, which has a maximum length of
10 seconds, to inform you on a remote telephone that there are
new messages for you on the TAD.
•
To transfer unheard messages, proceed as follows:
• The TAD must first be set up correctly (see “Transferring
messages and memos to a remote telephone”).
• The functions that enable you to operate the TAD from a remote
location must be enabled (see “Operating the telephone
answering device from a remote location”).
•
MEMOS (Voice), which have a length that may be programmed
to 30 or 60 seconds, for personal memos (as reminders, for
example). This message is not played when an incoming call is
received.
The display shows:
PLAY LOCK
RECORDING OUTGOING MESSAGE 1
2. To confirm the selection, press the key:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
The display shows:
SET-UP UNLOCK
You can allow only persons who know the access code to
program the TAD.
3. To do so, press the key:
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TAD SET-UP
2. Press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
RECORD OGM #1
The display shows:
SET-UP LOCK
4. Press the key:
4. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows:
5. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
LIFT HANDSET
5. Lift the handset:
The display shows:
TO RECORD
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6. To start recording the outgoing message, press the key:
5. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
The display shows:
RECORDING 19
You have 20 seconds (counted on the display from 19 to
00) to record your outgoing message.
if the message lasts less than 20 seconds, there are
three ways of ending the recording.
RECORDING OUTGOING MESSAGE 2
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
The recording was completed
• as soon as you stop speaking and hang up the handset,
• by pressing the
key,
• by pressing the
key.
key to stop recording, the fax
If you press the
machine does not automatically play the recorded
message.
If the time available runs out, the fax machine emits a
brief beep and automatically plays back the message you
have recorded.
7. Then hang up.
8. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
TAD SET-UP
2. Press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
RECORD OGM #2
From this point on, proceed as described in Point No. 4 of
“Recording outgoing message 1”.
Note
Bear in mind however that you only have 10 seconds.
LISTENING TO OUTGOING MESSAGE 2
Note
1. Press the key
If the volume of the message is too low or too high you can regulate
it during playback, using the
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
key. The display shows the volume
level set in the top right-hand corner.
PLAYING OUTGOING MESSAGE 1
2. Press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
PLAY OGM #2
From this point on, proceed as described in Point No. 4 of
“Playing outgoing message 1” onwards.
2. Press the key:
RECORDING
A TRANSFER MESSAGE
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
PLAY OGM #1
4. To listen to the previously recorded outgoing message 1,
press the key:
The display shows:
PLAYING
When it plays to the end of the message, the fax machine
automatically prepares to record a new outgoing message
1. In this case, if you like, you can change or replace the
message recorded previously by repeating the recording
procedure. To do so, you must repeat the recording
procedure.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. Press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
REC.FORW.ANNOUNC
From this point on, proceed as described in Point No. 4 of
“Recording outgoing message 1”.
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TO RECORD MEMOS
PLAYING INCOMING MESSAGES AND MEMOS
As mentioned previously, the telephone answering device
may be used to record one or more memos, which are
handled in the same way as incoming messages.
1. Press the key:
If there is one or more incoming messages in the TAD
memory that have not yet been played back, the
“MESSAGES” LED indicator blinks and the display shows
the total number of messages recorded (including memos),
for example, 03:
TAD/FAX
03
01-06-05 10:32
The display shows:
LIFT HANDSET
2. Lift the handset:
The display shows:
REC.MEMO MSG?
3. To start recording, press the key:
The display shows:
RECORDING 30
Note
You have 30 or 60 seconds at your disposal (see “Setting the
length of memos and incoming messages”) to record your memo
in the same way as OUTGOING MESSAGES 1 and 2.
At this point, you can listen to all the messages including the
memos recorded in the memory. The messages not yet
listened to are numbered progressively up to a maximum of
49. Whenever a message is played, the display shows the
day and time at which the message was received.
You can listen to the message via the loudspeaker or, if it is
for example confidential, on the handset only.
1. To start listening to the messages via the loudspeaker, press
the key:
2. To listen to the messages via the handset, press the key:
3. Now lift the handset immediately:
SETTING THE LENGTH OF MEMOS AND
INCOMING MESSAGES
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
The fax machine plays the messages, separated by a short
beep.
Having played back the last message, the fax machine emits two
short beeps and returns automatically to the stand-by mode. The
“MESSAGES” indicator LED stops blinking and remains on.
TAD SET-UP
DELETING MESSAGES AND MEMOS ALREADY
2. Press the key:
LISTENED TO
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
ICM REC.TIME
4. Press the key:
You cannot delete a message or a memo until you have started
listening to it.
Incoming messages or memos that have not been played back cannot
be deleted. The memory cannot therefore be completely cleared until
all the messages and memos present in it have been played back.
The display shows:
REC.TIME:30 SECS
5. To select the other available “REC.TIME:60 SECS” option,
press the key:
DELETING THE MESSAGE OR MEMO YOU ARE CURRENTLY
LISTENING TO
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6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
1. To start listening to the messages or memos, press the
key:
The display shows:
PLAY MSG 01 03
30-06-05 10 :47
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2. To delete the messages you are currently listening to, press
the key:
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
FORWARDING OFF
The TAD moves to the next message and the display shows:
5. To select the other “FORWARD.ONE TIME” or
“FORWARD.DAILY” options, press the key:
PLAY MSG 01 02
30-06-05 10 :47
/
3. To delete the next message, press the key:
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows:
Proceed in the same way for all the messages you want to
delete.
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
Note
If you do not want to delete any messages, press the
Type the time at which you want the messages to be
transferred, for example: “11:45”.
7. To do so, press the keys:
key:
-
8. To confirm the entry, press the key:
DELETING ALL MESSAGES ALREADY LISTENED TO
For example, there are 6 messages on the TAD of which 3
have already been played back:
The display shows:
TYPE TEL. NUMBER
1. Press the key:
Type the telephone number where you want to be called,
for example: “02 614456”.
9. To do so, press the keys:
The display shows:
-
DELETE OLD MSG?
CANCEL/
10. To confirm the entry, press the key:
2. To delete messages already listened to, press the key:
The display shows:
REC.FORW.ANNOUNC
The display shows the stand-by status and the number of
messages remaining after deletion. In this case, 3.
Note
If you do not want to delete any messages, press the
At this point, you may proceed to record the transfer message
(see “Recording the transfer message”) or abort the
procedure by pressing the key.
11. To terminate the procedure, press the key:
key.
TRANSFERRING INCOMING MESSAGES AND
Note
The message transfer setting is cancelled by a power failure.
MEMOS TO A REMOTE TELEPHONE
If you wish, you can program the TAD to call you on a remote
telephone at a given time to let you listen to any new
messages received.
In addition to the time and number at which you wish to be
called, you can program the way in which the transfer is to
be made (once only or once a day).
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
Note
If you have already recorded a transfer message, the display will show
the message “PLAYING” and the TAD will play the message back.
Changing or replacing the message is described in “Recording the
transfer message”.
After you have programmed the TAD to transfer new messages to a
remote location, you can listen to them by operating the TAD in the
same way as in the “Operating the TAD from a remote location”
section.
2. Press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
FORWARD MESSAGES
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OPERATING THE TAD FROM A REMOTE
SPECIAL TAD FUNCTIONS
LOCATION
You can operate the TAD not only directly using specific keys on the
fax machine console, but also from any other location. This
necessitates that the telephone used operates in tone mode, for
example: a mobile phone.
To operate the TAD remotely, you must set the fax machine in the
“TAD/FAX” reception mode and you must also type in the access
code (default value: “1234”) after listening to OUTGOING MESSAGE
1.
The remote functions available are enabled by another numeric code
consisting of one or two digits (see the table below). If the code has
two digits, it is advisable to wait for the confirmation signal
between one digit and the other.
CODE
1
2
3
4
5+5
CODE
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
You can set up the TAD for the following special functions:
• TOLL SAVER
• ANNOUNCE ONLY
• SILENT RECEPTION OF INCOMING MESSAGES
TOLL SAVER
•
•
OPERATING FUNCTION
Plays new messages.
Plays all messages.
Repeats current message or returns to previous
message.
Stops playing current message and skips to next
message.
Deletes all played messages.
Using this function, when you access the TAD from a remote
location to listen to any messages, the fax machine will
answer as follows:
if there are no new messages, it will answer the call two
rings after the number preset;
if there are new messages, it will answer the call after the
preset number of rings (see “Changing the number of
rings”, chapter “More sophisticated operations”).
Therefore if you hear one ring more than the preset number,
you will know that there are no new messages and you
can hang up before the fax machine answers the call.
This function is not available in all countries.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
PROGRAMMING FUNCTION
TAD SET-UP
Disables the TAD/FAX reception mode and enables the
AUTOMATIC reception mode.
Sets up the fax machine for TAD/FAX reception mode.
Enables the OUTGOING MESSAGE 1 to be recorded.
Terminates and confirms the recording of OUTGOING
MESSAGE 1.
Disables the transfer of messages and memos to a
remote telephone.
Enables only the OUTGOING MESSAGE to be played.
Typing 0 after an operating sequence from 1 to 5 aborts the function
in progress.
Typing 0 after a programming sequence from #1 to #6 aborts the
programming function in progress and returns to the operating
functions. In this case, to resume the programming phase, press #
again.
2. Press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
TOLL SAVER
4. To confirm, press the key:
The display shows:
OFF
5. To select the other “ON” option, press the key:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
To perform both the remote playback and programming functions,
you must:
•
Dial the fax number from the remote telephone. The TAD will answer
by playing OUTGOING MESSAGE 1.
•
Choose the function that you want to perform and type its code
with reference to the table above.
The TAD confirms the operation by emitting a beep.
If you have set the TAD access code, at the end of OUTGOING
MESSAGE 1, type in the code:
• If the code is correct, you will hear a short beep after which you
may enter the code for the remote function.
Terminate communication using the method applicable to the
telephone you are using.
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7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
OUTGOING MESSAGE ONLY
SILENT RECEPTION OF INCOMING MESSAGES
Using this function, whenever an incoming call is received,
the TAD plays outgoing message 1 but does not record any
incoming messages.
You can use this function when you expect to be away for a
long time and it would not be possible to record all messages
received in your absence.
In this case, in place of the ordinary outgoing message, it is
advisable to record a different one, for example:
When this function is enabled, you can receive messages
confidentially. In other words, the TAD receives messages
without playing them over the speaker so that any other
persons present cannot hear your messages.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. Press the key:
“From 22nd June to 19th September only faxes will be
accepted. No incoming messages will be recorded”.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
TAD SET-UP
3. Press the key:
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
ICM SPEAKER:ON
3. Press the key
4. To select the other “ICM SPEAKER:OFF” option, press the
key:
until the display shows:
ANNOUNCE ONLY
4. To confirm, press the key:
The display shows:
ANNOUNC.ONLY:OFF
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5. To confirm the selection, press the key:
6. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
5. To select the other “ANNOUNC.ONLY:ON” option, press
the key:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
PRINTING THE TAD CONFIGURATION
PARAMETERS
The display shows:
LIFT HANDSET
If you have already recorded outgoing message 1, the display
will show the message “PLAYING” and the TAD will play it
back.
If you have not yet recorded outgoing message 1, the display
will show the message “NOT RECORDED”.
7. To change the outgoing message recorded previously or
to record a new one, lift the handset:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. Press the key:
3. Press the key
The display shows:
TO RECORD
8. To start recording, press the key:
until the display shows:
PRINT TAD SET-UP
4. To confirm, press the key:
The display shows:
RECORDING 20
The display shows:
PRINT OUT:
If the display shows: “PRINT OUT: EXIT”, press the |/}
keys to display the option: “PRINT OUT:
”.
5. To start printing, press the key:
Once this operation has been completed, the fax machine
automatically returns to its stand-by status.
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MORE SOPHISTICATED OPERATIONS
4. Press the key
OTHER USEFUL RECEPTION SETTINGS
until the display shows:
SURPLUS:AUTO
PRINTING AREA FOR A RECEIVED DOCUMENT
You can choose one of the other available settings:
“SURPLUS:OFF” or “SURPLUS:ON”.
5. To do so, press the key:
REDUCING
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
FAX SET-UP
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
PRINTER PARAMET.
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
REDUCTION:94%
Choose one of the following reduction values: “80%”, “76%”,
“70%” and “OFF”.
5. To do so, press the key:
Note
If you choose the “SURPLUS:AUTO” setting, the fax machine will
print the surplus text on another sheet providing the surplus exceeds
12 mm.
If you choose the “SURPLUS:ON” setting, the fax machine will always
print the surplus text on another sheet.
If you choose the “SURPLUS:OFF” setting, the fax machine will not
print the surplus text.
ENABLING AND DISABLING SILENT RECEPTION
In the AUTOMATIC, PHONE/FAX and TAD/FAX reception
modes, you can set up the fax machine to receive
documents without any rings being emitted when an
incoming call is received.
When this function is enabled, the behaviour of the fax
machine depends on the reception mode selected and the
caller:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
TO RECEIVE AN OVERLONG DOCUMENT
If you receive a document that is longer than the preset
size, you can have the surplus text printed by your fax
machine on another sheet.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
•
in AUTOMATIC and TAD/FAX modes, the fax machine will
never ring when an incoming call is received;
•
In PHONE/FAX mode, when an incoming call is received,
the fax machine will not ring if the caller is another fax
machine. If the call is a telephone call, the fax machine
will emit an acoustic signal, in place of the ring, to prompt
you to lift the handset.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
3. Press the key:
until the display shows:
PRINTER PARAMET.
The display shows:
ENHANCED FEATUR.
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4. Press the key
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
until the display shows:
SILENT RX: NEVER
You can choose the following options: “SILENT
RX:ALWAYS” or “SILENT RX: DAILY”.
5. To do so, press the key:
CALLER ID: ON
5. To select the “CALLER ID: OFF” option, press the key:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
Note
If there is a power failure, the stored date and time are lost. if this
function is enabled, the first incoming call restores the date and time.
Note
The daily silent reception setting (“SILENT RX: DAILY”) is cancelled
by a power failure.
DISPLAYING
CHANGING NUMBER OF RINGS
This function is only enabled in some countries.
When the fax machine is set up for PHONE/FAX or
TAD/FAX reception mode, when an incoming call is received,
the fax machine automatically recognizes, after two rings,
whether the call is being made from another fax machine
(FAX) or a telephone (TEL).
You can change the number of rings as follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
CALLER ID
This function, which may be activated by the telephone
company on request by the user, is only available in some
countries and conforms to the ETSI ETS 300 778-1
standard.
•
•
•
This function tells you immediately who is calling. In this
way, you will be able to decide in advance whether to answer
the call or not.
If the fax machine is in stand-by mode, whenever a call is
received, one of the following items of information id
always shown when this function is enabled:
Number or name of the caller;
PRIVATE: if the correspondent has chosen not to reveal
his identity to you;
NOT AVAILABLE: if the correspondent is connected to a
telephone exchange that does not support this service.
If you are programming your fax machine and, when an
incoming call is received, want to know who is calling you,
you must press the
key before answering the call.
It may however happen, if you are connected to a particular
kind of telephone network, that the number of the caller is
not displayed on the fax machine. If this occurs, contact
technical support for your country.
The fax machine is set up to display the caller ID. You
may however set it up not to display it, as follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key
until the display shows:
RING COUNT:02
You can choose between the following values: “01”, “04”,
“06”, “07” and “08”.
3. To do so, press the key:
/
4. To confirm the selection, press the key:
5. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
RING VOLUME: CHANGING
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
2. Press the key:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
ENHANCED FEATUR.
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3. Press the key:
4. Press the key
Until the display shows:
The display shows:
DISTINC.RING:OFF
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
5. Press the key
/
until the display shows:
until the display shows:
CHANGE PATTERN
RING VOLUME:HIGH
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
You can choose from three further options: “RING
VOLUME:LOW”, “RING VOLUME:MED”, and “RING
VOLUME:OFF”. For example: “RING VOLUME: LOW”.
5. To do so, press the key:
The display shows:
AUTODETECT. RING
/
7. Call the fax machine with the desired frequency so that the
fax machine detects it.
The display shows:
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
RING DETECTED
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
ENABLING AND DISABLING RING FREQUENCY RECOGNITION
In some countries, local telephone companies offer the
possibility of assigning the same telephone line two or
more numbers, corresponding to different users. When an
incoming call is received, a different ring frequency
indicates which user is to answer the call.
8. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
Note
If the fax machine cannot detect that particular frequency, the display
will show the message “RING NOT DETECT.”.
1. At this point, press the
key and repeat the procedure.
CHANGING ACOUSTIC SIGNAL LENGTH
Note
This function is only enabled in some countries.
When the fax machine is set up for automatic reception
with recognition of the type of call, it behaves as follows:
• if it is being called by a fax machine, it will automatically
prepare to receive a document after the preset number of
rings
• if it is being called by a telephone, it will emit an acoustic
signal for a time of 20 seconds, after which, if you still
have not lifted the handset, it will automatically prepare to
receive a document.
If you want, you can change the length of the acoustic signal
as follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
This function is not available in Germany.
This function is extremely useful in the home or small offices,
where the same telephone line is shared by more than one
person.
Your fax machine is capable of “learning” one of these
frequencies (see the procedure that follows). In this way,
when a call with the specific ring frequency is received, the
fax machine (in “PHONE/FAX” and “TAD/FAX” reception
modes) prepares exclusively to receive a document.
This function is particularly useful when associated with
silent reception in that the fax machine will only ring if the
call is coming from a telephone.
We recommend you disconnect the TAD from the power
supply before carrying out the recognition procedure.
INSTALLATION
1. Press the key
2. Press the key
until the display shows:
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
FAX/TEL TIMER:20
2. Press the key:
You can choose one of the following reaction times:
“15”, “20”, “30”, “40”,
3. To do so, repeatedly press the key:
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
3. Press the key
/
4. To confirm the selection, press the key:
until the display shows:
ENHANCED FEATUR.
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5. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
CHANGING
THE SILENCE LAPSE
This function is only enabled in some countries.
If the TAD has a shorter silence lapse set up as the fax
machine,the latter can never automatically go to Reception,
since the TAD occupies the line first. If no message is
received within the preset time, the connection is
automatically aborted. In this case, the silence lapse on
the fax machine must be shortened so that this occupies
the line first.
To change the preset silence lapse, proceed as follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
5. Press the key:
The display shows the code you set previously, for example:
TYPE CODE
CODE(0/9,*) *8
Enter the new code (e.g. “*9”).
6. To do so, press the key:
7. To confirm the selection, press the key:
8. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
2. Press the key
until the display shows:
SILENCE LAPSE: 6
You can choose the following silence lapses: “3”, “4”, “6”,
“8”, “10” and “OFF”
3. To do so, repeatedly press the key:
/
4. To confirm the selection, press the key:
5. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
Note
To disable this function
1. Press |/} after the fourth step to display “REMOTE START:OFF”.
2. To confirm the entry, press the
3. Press the
key.
key.
The fax machine returns to the stand-by mode.
Note
If you are connected to a private line, follow the same procedure until
the display shows “PUBL.LINE (PSTN)”, press the |/} keys to display:
“PRIV.LINE (PBX)” and then continue as described in the procedure.
CHANGING THE FAX MACHINE REMOTE OPERATION CODE
You can enable reception on the fax machine from a remote
telephone. The fax machine must be set up for manual
reception and the remote telephone must use tone dialling.
Type in the code ** for remote fax operation on the remote
telephone. This operation has the same effect as pressing
the
key on the fax machine.
You can replace the second asterisk of this code using digits
from 0 to 9.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
3. Press the key:
The display shows the line to which the fax machine was set
to be connected, for example:
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
REMOTE START:ON
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OTHER USEFUL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS
ENABLING OR DISABLING NEW DOCUMENT TRANSMISSION
FROM MEMORY
CHANGING
POSITION OF NAME AND FAX NUMBER
1. Press the key
The information in the heading of the document to be sent
(name/logo, fax number, date and time and number of pages)
may be received by your correspondent’s fax machine
outside the text area or inside the text area.
Your fax machine is designed to send this information inside
the text area.
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
To change the position:
1. Press the key
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
2. Press the key:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
The display shows:
until the display shows:
DATE AND TIME
RETRANS.DOC.:ON
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
5. To display the other “RETRANS.DOC:OFF” option, press
the key:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
HEADER INSIDE
5. To select another parameter, press the key:
/
The display shows:
HEADER OUTSIDE
LINE MONITORING
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The fax machine is set up so that you can hear the dialling
tones during the dialling phases as well as the connection
signals exchanged between your fax machine and your
correspondent’s fax machine. If this is not the case, program
the function as follows:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key
until the display shows:
LINE MONITOR:OFF
3. To select the other “LINE MONITOR:ON” option, press the
key:
/
4. To confirm the selection, press the key:
5. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
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SETTING LOUDSPEAKER VOLUME
LOWERING
If the volume of the dialling tones and connection signals is
too low or too high, regulate it using the
TRANSMISSION SPEED
The fax machine normally transmits at a speed of
14400 bps (bits per second). A transmission speed of
9600 or 4800 bps is recommended on telephone lines with
interference.
key.
1. Press the key:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
ON LINE
2. Press the key:
2. To raise or lower the volume of the speaker, press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
The display shows the volume level set in the top right-hand
corner.
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
TO REGULATE THE BUZZER VOLUME
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
You can set the volume of the buzzer to “High”, “Medium”
or “Low” or switch it off.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TX SPEED 14,4
until the display shows:
You can also choose the options: “TX SPEED 9.6” and “TX
SPEED 4.8”,
5. To do so, press the key:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
/
The display shows:
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
BUZZER VOL.:LOW
You can select the other available options: “BUZZER
VOL.:HIGH”, “BUZZER VOL.:MED” and “BUZZER
VOL.:OFF”.
5. To do so, press the key:
/
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
ENABLING AND DISABLING ECM MODE
The ECM mode (Error Correction Mode) is a system for
correcting the errors caused by interference on the line. This
function only has effect if it has been enabled both on your
fax machine and on your correspondent’s fax machine. The
display will show the letter “E”.
The fax machine is already set up for this mode of
transmission. However, you can set it up to send documents
in normal mode, as follows:
1. Press the key
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
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4. Press the key
4. To confirm the entry or the current time, press the key:
until the display shows:
ECM: ON
The display shows:
TYPE NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
5. To display the other “ECM:OFF” option, press the key:
/
Dial the correspondent’s number using any of the available
methods: directly on the numeric keypad or using the onetouch dialling keys or speed dialling codes.
5. For one-touch dialling or speed dialling press the keys:
6. To confirm the selection, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to the stand-by mode, press the
key:
6. To confirm the entry, press the key:
The fax machine shows the message “POLL SET” for a few
seconds and then returns automatically to the stand-by
status. The second line of the display shows: “POLL. RX:
06:20 PM”.
TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING IN POLLING
MODE
Note
WHAT POLLING MEANS
You can cancel polling reception.
It is a transmission request that a fax machine makes to another fax
machine so that the latter sends the document requested automatically.
There are two main characteristics of communication using the polling
method:
•
•
key.
1. To do so, press the
CHANGING OR DELETING AN ALREADY MADE POLLING
RECEPTION SETTING
the user who is to receive the document requests
transmission. In other words, a user may connect to another fax
machine and request it to send a document (specifically prepared)
to him, even when the user at the other end of the line is out.
1. Press the key
the transaction is paid for by the person who requested
transmission (that is, the user who receives the document) and
not the person whose fax machine sends the document.
2. Press the key:
until the display shows:
POLLING RX
The display shows:
ALREADY ENTERED
TRANSMITTING A DOCUMENT IN POLLING MODE
(POLLING RECEPTION)
3. Press the key:
Arrange with your correspondent the time at which you intend
to make the transmission request so that he has time to put
the document to be sent in his fax machine. Then set up
your fax machine to receive the document, by programming
the dialling mode to be used to call your correspondent and
the time at which you wish to receive the document.
1. Press the key
The display shows:
CHANGE PARAM.?
You can choose the following options:
CANCEL SETTING? - To cancel the setting. The fax machine
returns to its stand-by status.
CHANGE PARAM.? - To change the time at which the
transmission request is to be made or the number of the
correspondent from whom you want to receive the
document.
4. To view the other available option: “CANCEL SETTING?”,
press the key:
until the display shows:
POLLING RX
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
You can confirm the current time or overwrite with a new
one, for example “06:20 PM”.
3. To overwrite the current time, press the keys:
-
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/
5. To confirm the selection, press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
From here on, proceed as described in “Transmitting a
document in polling mode”.
PREPARING THE DOCUMENT FOR TRANSMISSION
(POLLING TRANSMISSION)
1. Place the original document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
The initial resolution value (even if it is not shown on the
display) is: “ ” (standard).
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values (see
“Setting contrast and resolution”, chapter “Basic
transmission and reception operations”).
2. Press the key:
until the display shows:
POLLING TX
3. Twice press the key:
The second line of the display shows: “POLLING TX SET”.
Note
You can delete the polling operation that has been set up.
1. Do so by removing the document from the ADF or by pressing the
key.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
IF THERE IS A POWER FAILURE
If there is a power failure, the fax machine keeps the following
data in the memory: the numbers set for one-touch and
speed dialling and the reports, while the documents present
in the memory will be lost. The date and time are also lost.
These will have to be reset by carrying out the procedure
described in the “Setting the date and time” section of the
“Delivery contents, setting up and first-time operation”
chapter.
If the Display caller ID function is enabled, the date and
time will be restored when the next call is received.
IF PAPER OR INK HAS RUN OUT
If, during reception, the paper runs out or gets jammed, the
ink runs out, the print head compartment cover is open,
the paper support is closed or the operator console is
raised, the machine stops printing. The display shows the
relevant message and the document you are receiving is
temporarily recorded in the memory. Once the problem has
been solved, the fax machine resumes printing.
IF TRANSMISSION IS UNSUCCESSFUL
Sometimes, due to line problems such as excessively heavy
telephone traffic or any other kind of interference, the
document sent is received badly by the correspondent, who
will ask you to send it to him again.
In these cases, it is advisable to send the document again at
a slower speed. The fax machine transmits regularly at a
speed of 14400 bps (bits per second). To reduce the speed,
follow the procedure described in the “Reducing
transmission speed” section of the “More sophisticated
operations” chapter.
If transmission is unsuccessful due to errors on the line
or fax machine, the error LED “ ” lights up and a short
beep is emitted; in this case, the fax machine automatically
prints the transmission report (see “Printing reports and
lists”, chapter “Basic transmission and reception
operations”), on which an error code indicates the cause
of the error (you will find a list of all the error codes further
on).
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MINOR PROBLEMS
The list below may be used as a guide to the solution of minor
problems.
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The fax machine is not working. Ensure that it is connected to
the mains power socket.
The document has not been fed Check that the document
in correctly.
corresponds with the
recommendations
listed in the section
“What documents can be
transmitted” in chapter
“Basic transmission and
reception operations”.
The fax machine is not
transmitting.
Check whether the document is
jammed.
The line is busy:
Wait until it is free, then repeat
the transmission.
The fax machine is unable to
receive automatically.
The fax machine is set to
manual reception:
Set to automatic reception.
The fax machine is unable to
copy or receive.
Check whether the
document or the
print paper is jammed.
The paper in use is
unsuitable:
check the paper characteristics
in chapter “Technical data”.
The fax machine prints white
copies.
Place the document correctly
with the printed side facing
upwards
Note
Incorrect transmission or reception by the fax machine may also
depend on factors other than those listed above, which will be signalled
in the form of error codes on the Transmission report and Activity
report, see “Printing reports and lists”, chapter “Basic
transmission and reception operations”.
ERROR CODES
The error codes printed both on the transmission report and the activity
report consist of two digits indicating the cause of the error. To save
space, the two-digit code without any message is printed on the activity
report.
CODE
MESSAGE
OK
No message. Positive result.
02
IMPOSSIBLE CONNECTION
The fax machine does not receive a
dialling tone, or the signals are irregular.
Check that the machine is correctly
attached to the line and the handset is on
the hook. Then attempt to make the
connection again.
03
RECEIVER DOES NOT ANSWER
The correspondent does not answer or
is not a fax machine.
Check the number of the correspondent.
04
ERR. WHILE TRANSMITTING
RESEND FROM PAGE: nn
Transmission error. “nn” = number of
page with transmission error.
Retransmission from the page listed in the
transmission report onwards.
05
RESEND PAGES:
nn, ..... nn
The recipient fax machine found errors
on several pages. “nn” = number of
page with transmission error.
Retransmission of the pages listed in the
transmission report.
07
DOCUMENT TOO LONG
The original document is too long. The
transmission time exceeds the time
allowed.
Split up the original document.
08
CHECK THE DOCUMENT
The optical reader cannot read the
original document.
Remove the document from the ADF and
place it in position again. Then repeat the
transmission procedure.
09
STOP PRESSED
The user aborted the transmission.
No remedy.
10
No message
The fax machine found a reception error.
Inform the correspondent and ask him to
resend the document.
11
No message
Printing error during reception.
Reception continued in memory and this
has become full before the end of
transmission.
Remedy the error and wait until the
document has been printed from the
memory.
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ERRORS WHILE POLLING
The correspondent has not set up his fax
machine for polling and has not left a
document in the ADF.
Inform the correspondent.
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POWER FAILURE ON PAGE nn
Power failure during transmission or
reception.
Retransmission from the page listed in the
report onwards.
(OK)
No message
The document has been received but the
print quality is not satisfactory.
Inform the correspondent.
OCC
LINE BUSY
The line is busy.
Try again when the line is free.
CAUSE OF FAULT
REMEDY
No remedy.
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DOC IN MEMORY
SIGNALS AND MESSAGES
Any problems that may arise are generally indicated by acoustic
signals (accompanied, in some cases, by visual signals: error LED
“ ” indicator on) or by error messages on the display.
The fax machine also emits acoustic signals and shows messages
on the display that do not indicate an error condition.
ACOUSTIC SIGNALS
Short 1-second signal
• You pressed an incorrect key during an operating phase.
Long 3 second signal plus error LED indicator on
• Transaction not carried out correctly.
Continuous signal
• Request to hang up if you forgot to do so after an operation that
required the handset to be lifted.
The document received was saved because an error occurred during
the reception phase, preventing it from being printed immediately:
check the type of error (paper out or jammed, ink out, cover open,
etc.) and correct the error.
MEMORY FULL
One or more documents received in the memory, due to an error that
occurred during reception, have filled the memory: check the type of
error (missing or jammed paper, ink out, cover open, etc.) and correct
it. The documents will be printed automatically thus freeing space in
the memory.
NOT PROGRAMMED
You chose a one-touch dialling key or a speed dialling code that you
have not set: program the key or the code (see “Setting onetouch and speed dialling”, chapter “Basic transmission and
reception operations”).
OUT OF INK
The ink in the cartridge has run out: replace the print head (see “To
replace the print head”, chapter “Maintenance operations”).
Note
To turn off the “
” error LED indicator, press the
key.
PAPER ERROR, PRESS
A sheet of printing paper got jammed during the copying or reception
phase: press the key. If the sheet is not unloaded automatically, check
where it is jammed and remove it (see “Removing jammed sheets
of paper”, chapter “Maintenance operations”).
ERROR MESSAGES ON THE DISPLAY
POLL.RETRY NNN
AUTOREDIAL NNN
No connection was established due to line errors or because the
correspondent is busy: the fax machine prepares to redial automatically.
You set polling reception and the connection was not established due
to line errors or because the correspondent is busy: the fax machine
prepares to redial automatically.
REMOVE DOCUMENT, PRESS
CHECK DOCUMENT, PRESS
•
The document is not being fed correctly: reposition the document on
the ADF and press the
operation.
key then, if the document is not unloaded
press the
automatically, remove the jammed document by hand (see
“Removing jammed documents”, chapter “Maintenance
operations”).
key to restore the fax machine’s normal
CHECK PAPER, PRESS
•
The paper in the feeder has run out: add some more and press
A document jammed while the document was being copied or sent:
•
You aborted the document scanning phase by pressing the
key.
to clear the message from the display.
•
The paper is not being fed correctly: replace the paper in the feeder
and press the
operation.
key to restore the fax machine’s normal
COPY INTERRUPTED
•
•
You aborted the copy operation by pressing the
key.
An error occurred during the document copying phase, preventing
it from being printed: check the type of error on the display and
correct it.
COVER OPEN
You forgot to close the print head compartment cover: close it.
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RX ERROR
The document was not received correctly: press the
key to
turn off the “ ” error LED indicator and clear the message from the
display.
RX IN MEMORY
Reception continues in the memory because an error occurred during
the reception of a document, preventing it from being printed: check
the type of error on the lower line of the display and correct it.
SYSTEM ERROR NN
A fatal error has occurred on the fax machine: turn the fax machine off
and then on again. If the error persists, turn off the fax machine and
call the Customer Engineering Service.
POLL RX: HH:MM
TX ERROR
The last document was not sent correctly: to turn off the “
indicator and clear the message from the display press the
and then send it again.
” LED
key,
The TAD access code is incorrect: press the
the correct code.
PRINTING
The fax machine is printing a report or a list.
WRONG CODE, PRESS
•
You have made a transmission request (Polling reception).
key and type
REPLACE HANDSET
You have activated the “handsfree” function. Hang up.
RX COMPLETED
The document was received correctly.
OTHER ACOUSTIC SIGNALS
RX INTERRUPTED
Short 1-second signal
• Transaction carried out successfully.
You aborted reception by pressing the
Intermittent 20-second signal
• Prompt to lift the handset to answer a telephone call.
key.
STORING
The fax machine is saving the pages of the document to be copied.
TEL CALL
OTHER DISPLAY MESSAGES
You have engaged the line by lifting the handset of the telephone
connected.
CHECK PRINT OUT
1=EXIT 0=REPEAT
TRANSMITTING
The fax machine has automatically tested the print head nozzles and
printed out the test sheet: check whether the printing quality is
acceptable and make your choice.
A document is being sent.
TRANSMITTING....
A document is being sent.
CONNECTING
The fax machine is connecting to your correspondent’s fax machine.
TX AT HH:MM
You have set transmission at a preset time (broadcast transmission).
DIALLING
The fax machine is dialling the number of the correspondent you called.
TX COMPLETED
Transmission was completed successfully.
DOCUMENT READY
You have inserted the document in the ADF correctly.
TX INTERRUPTED
LAST TX OK
You aborted transmission by pressing the
key.
The last transmission was completed successfully.
LIFT HANDSET
The correspondent has made a talk request: lift the handset to start
the conversation.
LINE ON HOLD,
PRESS HOLD
You have put a telephone call on hold by pressing the
the
key: press
key again to resume the conversation with the correspondent.
MEMORY TX
You have set transmission from the memory.
NEW PRINT HEAD?, 1=YES 0=NO
You have installed a disposable print head for the first time or you
have removed and reinstalled it: select the relevant answer. If you
answer “yes” but the print head is not new, the fax machine will not
detect the out of ink condition.
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MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
REPLACING PRINT HEAD
Note
If you have replaced the print head because the ink ran out, when
the print head compartment cover and the operator console are closed,
the fax machine will automatically recognize that the print head has
been replaced and the display will show the message “NEW PRINT
HEAD? 1 = YES, 0 = NO”. Set the value 1.
At this point, the fax machine automatically cleans the print head
and tests the nozzles, printing out the result of the diagnostic test.
From this point on proceed as described in “Delivery contents,
connecting up and first-time operation”.
If you replaced the print head because of a deterioration in printing
quality, proceed as follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
HEAD MAINTENANCE
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
NEW HEAD: ON
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
NO!
CLEANING: ON
The fax machine cleans the print head and tests the nozzles,
printing out the result of the diagnostic test.
From this point on proceed as described in “Installing the
print head“ in chapter “Delivery contents, connecting
up and first-time operation”.
RE-ENABLING THE PRINT HEAD AND
CHECKING THE NOZZLES
If, when using the fax machine normally, you notice a
deterioration in print quality, you can quickly re-enable
the print head and test the nozzles by following a procedure
that ends with printing out of the diagnostic test result.
1. Press the key
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Flip open the console (1).
Lift the print head compartment cover using the lever (2).
To release the print head, loosen the strap.
Pull the print head from its seat (3).
Remove the new print head from its package and, holding it on
both sides, peel off the film covering the nozzles (4).
Attention!
Do not touch the nozzles or electrical contacts (5)
6. Replace the print head in its seat (6).
Ensure that the electrical contacts face downwards.
7. Push the print head until it clicks into place, confirming correct
seating (7).
8. Close the print head compartment cover and the console.
until the display shows:
HEAD MAINTENANCE
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
NEW HEAD: ON
3. To program the other “NEW HEAD: OFF” option, press the
key:
/
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4. To confirm the selection, press the key:
CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD ELECTRICAL
CONTACTS
The display shows:
CLEANING: ON
The fax machine cleans the print head and tests the nozzles,
printing out the result of the diagnostic test.
Examine the diagnostic test result by consulting “Installing
the print head”, chapter “Delivery contents,
connecting up and first-time operation”.
Note
You can interrupt the procedure at any time.
1. To do so, press the
key.
Note
If the quality of the test result still fails to meet your expectations after
carrying out the cleaning procedure, continue as follows, stopping
when you achieve a satisfactory printing quality:
- Make a copy of a document with the desired type of graphics or
text on the fax machine and evaluate its quality.
- Change the type of paper (the paper in use could be excessively
porous) and repeat the procedure.
- Remove and re-insert the print head.
- Remove the print head and check if any foreign material is present
on the nozzles. If this is the case, gently remove the foreign material
without touching the electrical contacts. Finally, reinstall the print
head.
- Remove the print head and clean the electrical contacts both on
the print head and on the print head carriage, see “Cleaning the
print head electrical contacts”. Finally, reinstall the print head.
- Call the customer technical service.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Disconnect the fax machine from the power socket.
Flip open the console (1).
Lift the print head compartment cover using the lever (2).
To release the print head, loosen the strap.
Pull the print head from its seat (3).
Clean the electrical contacts using a slightly damp cloth (4).
Attention!
You must not touch the nozzles while doing so!
Also clean the print head carriage using a slightly damp cloth (5).
Replace the print head in its seat.
Ensure that the electrical contacts face downwards.
Push the print head until it clicks into place, confirming correct
seating.
Close the print head compartment cover and the console.
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CLEANING OPTICAL READ HEAD
CLEARING PAPER JAMS
Dust accumulating on the glass surface of the optical read head may
cause problems in the scanning of documents. To avoid these
problems, the glass should be cleaned regularly. Proceed as follows:
If the paper used to print the documents received or to copy documents
becomes jammed, this condition is signalled on the display by the
message “PAPER ERROR, PRESS
”.
Try to eject the document by pressing the
key. If this does not
happen, remove it manually. Proceed as follows:
If the paper gets jammed in the ASF:
1. Disconnect the fax machine from the power socket.
2. Flip open the console (1).
3. Clean the optical read head glass.
Use a cloth that has been moistened with a glass cleaner. Do not
spray the cleaner directly onto the glass surface.
4. Carefully dry the glass.
5. Close the console
Note
To check whether the optical reader is clean, make a copy of a blank
sheet. If any vertical lines appear on the copy but the optical reader
looks perfectly clean, contact customer service.
1. Open the ASF panel (1).
2. Remove the jammed sheet (2).
Ensure that it does not tear.
If the paper gets jammed in the received/copied document output:
CLEANING SEATING
1. Disconnect the fax machine from the power socket.
2. Use a soft, lint-free cloth.
Moisten the cloth with a neutral detergent diluted in water.
CLEARING JAMMED DOCUMENTS
During transmission or copying, a document may become jammed
(this condition is signalled by the display showing the message:
“REMOVE DOCUMENT, PRESS
“).
Try to eject the document by pressing the
happen, remove it manually. Proceed as follows:
1. Flip open the console.
2. Remove the document from the ADF.
3. Close the console.
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key. If this does not
1. Remove the jammed sheet (1).
Ensure that it does not tear.
MANUFACTURER AND SERVICE
MANUFACTURER
Olivetti, S.p.A. con unico azionista
Gruppo Telecom Italia
Direzione e coordinamento di Telecom Italia S.p.A.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
If the fax machine is not working as it should, or you want to ask the
manufacturers something, call the number indicated on the "Warranty
Card".
WARRANTY
Refer to the "Warranty Card" provided with the product.
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DISPOSAL
DIRECTIVE 2002/96/CE 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;
Olivetti guarantees the activation of the treatment, collection, recycling and disposal procedures in accordance with
Directive 2002/96/CE (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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TECHNICAL DATA
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
RECEIVING
Model ......................... Desktop fax machine
Display ....................... LCD 16 + 16 char.
Memory capacity ......... 2 MB
Printing system ............ Printing on plain paper, bubble ink jet
printer
Max. printing width .............................. 204 mm
Printing paper ...................................... A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Dimensions
Width .......................... 350 mm
Depth ......................... 280 mm (***)
Height ......................... 140 mm (**)
Weight ........................ ca. 4.7 Kg
COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATIONS
Telephone network ..... Public/private
Compatibility .............. ITU
Communication speed ............... 14400-12000-9600-7200-48002400
Data compression method ......... MH, MR, MMR
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage ....................................... 220-240 VAC or 110-240 VAC
(see data plate on base of fax
machine)
Frequency .................................. 50-60Hz (see data plate on base
of fax machine)
Power consumption:
- In stand-by mode ...................... ca. 4W
- Maximum .................................. 35W
SPECIFICATIONS
US Letter (216 x 279 mm)
US Legal (216 x 356 mm)
Paper weight: 70-90 gr/m2
Paper feed .................. Plain paper cassette (max 100 sheets of 80
gr/m2)
TELEPHONE
ANSWERING DEVICE (TAD)
• Recording capacity: ca. 14 mins.
• Memo store
• 2 outgoing messages
• “ANNOUNCE ONLY” function
• “TOLL SAVER” function
• Transfer message
• Fast access from console and remote location
• Access code
• Message recording
• Retention of messages if power failure.
(*) = ITU-TS format, Test Sheet no.1 (Slerexe Letter). Standard
resolution and MH compression.
(**) = Height without paper support fitted.
(***) = Depth without paper support fitted.
AMBIENT CONDITIONS
Temperature ............... from +5 oC to +35 oC (operating)
from -15 oC to +45 oC (transport)
from 0 oC to +45 oC (storage and stand-by)
Relative humidity ......... 15% - 85% (operating/storage/stand-by)
5% - 95% (transport)
OPTICAL READER SPECIFICATIONS
Scanning method ................................ CIS
Scanning resolution:
- Horizontal .......................................... 8 pixel/mm
- Vertical STANDARD ......................... 3.85 lines/mm
- Vertical FINE ..................................... 7.7 lines/mm
TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS
Transmission time .................. ca. 7 secs (14400 bps) (*)
ADF capacity .......................... Manual feeding:
............................................... A4, Letter and Legal
(50gr/m2 - 140 gr/m2)
............................................... Automatic feeding:
............................................... 20 sheets A4 (80 gr/m2)
............................................... 10 sheets Letter and Legal
(80 gr/m2)
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INDEX
A
D
Aborting
transmission 14
Additional telephone
connecting 2
Automatic dialling
code number 15
Automatic printing
broadcast report 22
delayed transmission 22
Automatic redial 15
Date
changing 6
entering 4
Delayed transmission
automatic printing 22
changing 16
deleting 16
Deleting
delayed transmission 16
TAD access code 27
Deleting memos 30
Delivery contents 2
Dialling mode
changing 9
Dialling tones
audible 38
listening 38
Display messages 44, 45
Displaying telephone number of caller 35
Disposing of 50
Documents
clearing jams 48
B
Broadcast report
automatic printing 22
C
Changing
country 4
date 6
delayed transmission 16
dialling mode 9
language 4
TAD access code 27
time 6
Changing acoustic signal length 36
Changing the fax machine silence lapse 37
Checking
nozzles 6
Cleaning
electrical contacts 47
read head 48
seating 48
cleaning optical read head 48
Cleaning read head 48
Cleaning seating 48
Clearing jammed documents 48
Clearing paper jam 48
Code
automatic dialling 15
Components 10, 11
Configuration parameters 23
Connect telephone line 2
Connecting
additional telephone 2
handset 3
private line 8
public line 8
Connection
Examples 2
to mains 3
Connection signals
audible 38
listening 38
Contrast
settings 14
Copying
contrast, resolution settings and copy type 26
Country
changing 4
setting 3
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E
Electrical contacts 47
Error
codes 43
Signals and messages 44
Essential safety notes 1
F
Fault correction
disabling 39
enabling 39
setting 39
Fax
automatic polling reception 40
Retransmitting stored fax 38
Fax machine
Components 10
Console 11
inserting paper 5
placing original in position 13
switching off 3
Fax number
changing 38
matching 38
printing position 7
transmitting 38
Fax polling
automatic 40
preparing 41
Fax reception
manually enabling 37
Fixing errors 42
H
Handset
connecting 3
Header
changing
matching
Header line
changing
matching
38
38
38
38
I
Improving print quality 13
Incoming messages
playing 30
setting 30
silent reception 33
L
Language
changing 4
setting 3
Lists
printing 23
Loudspeaker
setting volume 39
M
Mains connection 3
Maintenance operations 46
Making a copy 26
Manufacturer
reaching 49
telephone number 49
Memos
deleting 30
length of 30
playing 30
recording 30
N
Name
printing position 7
No ink 42
No paper 42
Nozzles
checking 6, 46
reactivating 6
O
One-touch dialling 20
printing configuration parameters 23
Operating precautions 1
Originally provided 6
Outgoing messages 28
playing 29
recording 28
P
Package contents 2
Paper
inserting 5
Paper format 5
Phone book 24
Placing the original document in position 13
Polling reception
automatic 40
changing 40
deleting 40
setting 40
Predetermined settings 3
Print head
cleaning electrical contacts 47
re-enabling 46
replacing 6
Print position
changing 7
fax number 7
name 7
Printing
blacklisted numbers 23
installation parameters 23
one-touch dialling configuration parameters 23
reports 22
speed dialling configuration parameters 23
Printing blacklisted numbers 23
Printing format 5
Printing installation parameters 23
Printing lists 23
Printing reports 21
Private line
connecting 8
Programming
transmission 17
Public line
connecting 8
R
Reactivating
nozzles 6
Receiving
basic operations 13
choosing mode 18
Receiving document
overlong 34
Reception
automatic 18
manual 18
with answering machine (TAD). 18
with call type recognition 18
Redial
automatic 15
reducing printing area 34
Remote operation
TAD 32
Reports
broadcast transmission request 21
power failure report 21
printing 22
transmission and reception transactions 21
transmission report 21
transmission reports 21
Retransmitting fax 38
Retransmitting stored fax 38
Ring tones
changing number 35
changing volume 35
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S
Service telephone number 49
Setting
incoming messages 30
one-touch dialling 18
speed dialling 19
Setting the silence lapse 37
Signals
acoustic 44, 45
Special functions
outgoing messages only 33
silent reception of incoming messages 33
„Toll saver“ function 32
Speed dialling 20, 23
printing configuration parameters 23
Standard printing format 5
Switching off
fax machine 3
T
TAD
activating the access code 27
changing the access code 27
console 27
deleting the access code 27
functions 27
recording a transfer message 29
recording memos 30
remote operation 32
special functions 32
Telephone connection 2
Telephone numbers
incoming calls 25
outgoing calls 25
viewing 25
Telephoning
to an incoming number 25
to an outgoing number 25
Test sheet 6
Time
changing 6
entering 4
Time format 5
To set the contrast 13
To set the resolution 14
Toll saver 32
Transmission
aborting 14
programming 17
unsuccessful 42
Transmission polling
preparing 41
Transmission report 21
transmission error 21
Transmission speed
lowering 39
setting 39
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Transmitting
at a preset time 15
basic operations 13
formats 13
from the memory 17
original 14
preset time 15
sheet thickness 13
to a received number 21
to a transmitted number 21
to hear the dialling tones. 14
to multiple recipients 16
with one-touch dialling 20
with speed dialling 20
Troubleshooting 42
V
Volume
buzzer 39
changing 35
loudspeaker 39
Y
Your fax number
entering 7
MANUFACTURER’S CE DECLARATION of CONFORMITY according to EN 45014
OLIVETTI S.p.A
Via Jervis, 77 - IVREA (TO) - ITALY
Declares under its sole responsibility that:
this fax model distributed on the market under the Olivetti brand name
is IN COMPLIANCE with directive 99/5/EC dated 9th march 1999
fulfills the essential requirements of Electromagnetic Compatibility and of Electrical Safety as prescribed by
the Directives:
89/336/EEC dated 3rd May 1989 with subsequent amendments (Directive 92/31/EEC dated 28th April 1992
and Directive 93/68/EEC dated 22nd July 1993);
73/23/EEC dated 19th February 1973 with subsequent amendments (Directive 93/68/EEC dated 22nd July
1993),
since designed and manufactured in compliance with the following European Harmonized Standards:
EN 55022 : 1999 (Limits and methods of measurements of radio interference characteristics of Information
Technology Equipment) / Class B;
EN 61000-3-2 (Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part 2 : Limits - Section 2 : Limits for harmonic current
emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16 A per phase);
EN 61000-3-3 (Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part 3 : Limits - Section 3 : Limitation of voltage
fluctuations and flicker in low voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current up to and including
16A);
EN 55024 : 1998 (Electromagnetic Compatibility – Information technology equipment – Immunity
characteristics – Limits and methods of measurement);
EN 60950 –1 : 2001 (Safety of Information Technology Equipment, including electrical business equipment).
Moreover the product is in compliance with following Standards
ETSI TBR 38 : May 1998 (Requirements for a terminal equipment incorporating an analogue handset function
capable of supporting the justified case service when connected to the analogue interface of the PSTN in
Europe);
ETSI TBR 21 : January 1998 Requirements for pan-European approval for connection to the analogue Public
Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN) of TE (excluding TE supporting the voice telephony service) in which
network addressing, if provided, is by means of Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) signaling.
Compliance with the above mentioned essential requirements is shown by affixing the CE marking on the product.
Scarmagno, 15th June 2005
Olivetti S.p.A.
Notes: 1) CE Marking has been affixed in 2005
2) The Quality System is in compliance with the UNI EN ISO 9000 series of Standards
Olivetti S.p.A. Sede Sociale Ivrea, Via Jervis, 77 - Cap. Soc. Euro 78.000.000 - C.C.I.A.A. Torino n. 547040 - Trib. Ivrea Reg. Soc. n.1927 - Cod. Fisc. e Part. IVA 02298700010
Monochrome print head order number
Disposable print head: P/N B0336F
256652P
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