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Olivetti PG L2645 - L2650 - L2655 User manual
PG L2645, PG L2650, PG L2655
Operation Guide
Code: 601700en
PUBLICATION ISSUED BY:
Olivetti S.p.A.
Gruppo Telecom Italia
www.olivetti.com
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CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity) for users of the European Union (EU)
This product complies with the following EU directives:
2011/65/EU, 2009/125/EC and 2014/53/EU directives.
This declaration is valid for the area of the European Union.
This device must be used with a shielded interface cable. The use of
non-shielded cables is likely to result in interference with radio
communications and is prohibited under EU directives and local rules.
Declaration of Conformity is available at
"http://www.olivetti.com/en/support/download-certificates/".
Your attention is drawn to the following actions which could compromise the conformity attested to above, as well as
the characteristics of the product:
• incorrect electrical power supply;
• incorrect installation, incorrect or improper use or use not in compliance with the warnings provided in the
User’s Manual supplied with the product;
• replacement of original components or accessories with others of a type not approved by the manufacturer, or
performed by unauthorised personnel.
Graphic symbols used on this machine
Graphic
symbols
Descriptions
Graphic
symbols
Descriptions
Graphic
symbols
Descriptions
"ON" position
"OFF" position
STAND-BY
Push-push type
switches
Bonding terminal
Protective earthing
CLASS II EQUIPMENT
Class II equipment
with functional
earthing
Functional earthing
General precaution
High temperature
Electrical shock
hazard
CAUTION
moving fan blade
CAUTION
DOUBLE POLE /
NEUTRAL FUSING
Alternating current
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> Preface
Preface
Thank you for purchasing this machine.
This Operation Guide is intended to help you operate the machine correctly, perform routine maintenance, and take
simple troubleshooting measures as needed so that the machine can always be used in the optimum condition.
Please read this Operation Guide before using the machine.
To maintain quality, we recommend using genuine Olivetti toner containers, which must
pass numerous quality inspections.
The use of non-genuine toner containers may cause failure.
We will not be liable for any damages caused by the use of third party supplies in this machine.
Checking the Equipment's Serial Number
The equipment's serial number is printed in the location shown in the figure.
You'll need the equipment's serial number when contacting your Service Representative. Please check the number
before contacting your Service Representative
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Contents
Preface ..................................................................................................................................... i
Contents .................................................................................................................................. ii
Machine Features .................................................................................................................. vi
Guides Provided with the Machine .................................................................................... viii
About the Operation Guide (this Guide) .............................................................................. x
Structure of the guide ..................................................................................................... x
Conventions Used in This Guide................................................................................... xi
Menu Map ............................................................................................................................. xiii
1
Legal and Safety Information ................................................................ 1-1
Notice ................................................................................................................................. 1-2
Safety Conventions in This Guide ............................................................................. 1-2
Environment .............................................................................................................. 1-3
Precautions for Use ................................................................................................... 1-4
Laser Safety (Europe) ............................................................................................... 1-5
SAFETY OF LASER BEAM (USA) ........................................................................... 1-6
Safety Instructions Regarding the Disconnection of Power ...................................... 1-7
Compliance and Conformity ...................................................................................... 1-7
Other precautions (for users in California, the United States) ................................... 1-8
EN ISO 7779 ............................................................................................................. 1-8
EK1-ITB 2000 ............................................................................................................ 1-8
Wireless Connection (Mexico only) ........................................................................... 1-8
Security Precautions when Using Wireless LAN (If equipped) ................................. 1-8
Limited Use of This Product (If equipped) ................................................................. 1-9
Legal Information .................................................................................................... 1-10
Energy Saving Control Function ............................................................................. 1-14
Automatic 2-Sided Print Function ............................................................................ 1-14
Resource Saving - Paper ........................................................................................ 1-14
Environmental benefits of "Power Management" .................................................... 1-14
2
Installing and Setting up the Machine .................................................. 2-1
Part Names ......................................................................................................................... 2-2
Machine Exterior ....................................................................................................... 2-2
Connectors/Interior .................................................................................................... 2-3
With Optional Equipments Attached ......................................................................... 2-5
Connecting the Machine and Other Devices .................................................................. 2-6
Connecting Cables ............................................................................................................ 2-7
Connecting LAN Cable .............................................................................................. 2-7
Connecting USB Cable ............................................................................................. 2-8
Connecting the Power Cable .................................................................................... 2-8
Power On/Off ..................................................................................................................... 2-9
Power On .................................................................................................................. 2-9
Power Off .................................................................................................................. 2-9
Using the Operation Panel ............................................................................................. 2-10
Operation Panel Keys ............................................................................................. 2-10
Operation Method ................................................................................................... 2-11
Help Screen ............................................................................................................ 2-12
Login/Logout ................................................................................................................... 2-13
Login ....................................................................................................................... 2-13
Logout ..................................................................................................................... 2-14
Default Settings of the Machine ..................................................................................... 2-15
Setting Date and Time ............................................................................................ 2-15
Network Setup ................................................................................................................. 2-16
Configuring the Wired Network ............................................................................... 2-16
Configuring the Wireless Network ........................................................................... 2-19
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Setting Wi-Fi Direct .................................................................................................
Energy Saver function ....................................................................................................
Sleep and Auto Sleep .............................................................................................
Power Off Rule (models for Europe) .......................................................................
Installing Software ..........................................................................................................
Software on DVD (Windows) ..................................................................................
Installing Software in Windows ...............................................................................
Uninstalling the Software ........................................................................................
Installing Software in Mac Computer ......................................................................
Checking the Counter .....................................................................................................
Additional Preparations for the Administrator .............................................................
Strengthening the Security ......................................................................................
Embedded Web Server RX ..............................................................................................
Accessing Embedded Web Server RX .................................................................
Changing Security Settings .....................................................................................
Changing Device Information ..................................................................................
E-mail Settings ........................................................................................................
Creating a New Custom Box ...................................................................................
Printing a document stored in a Custom Box ..........................................................
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2-23
2-25
2-25
2-26
2-27
2-27
2-28
2-34
2-35
2-37
2-38
2-38
2-39
2-40
2-41
2-43
2-45
2-49
2-50
Preparation before Use .......................................................................... 3-1
Loading Paper ................................................................................................................... 3-2
Precaution for Loading Paper ................................................................................... 3-3
Loading in the Cassettes ........................................................................................... 3-4
Loading Statement in the Cassettes
(PG L2645/PG L2650/PG L2655 for inch models) .................................................... 3-8
Loading Paper in the Multi Purpose Tray ................................................................ 3-11
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type .................................................................. 3-15
Paper Stopper .................................................................................................................. 3-18
4
Printing from PC ..................................................................................... 4-1
Printing from PC ................................................................................................................ 4-2
Printing on Non-standard Sized Paper ...................................................................... 4-4
Banner printing .......................................................................................................... 4-5
Printing System Driver Print Settings Screen ............................................................ 4-9
Printing System Driver Help ..................................................................................... 4-10
Changing the Default Printing System Driver Settings (Windows 10) ..................... 4-10
Canceling Printing from a Computer ....................................................................... 4-10
Printing by AirPrint ......................................................................................................... 4-11
Printing by Google Cloud Print ...................................................................................... 4-11
Printing with Wi-Fi Direct ................................................................................................
Printing Data Saved on the Printer ................................................................................
Specifying the Job Box from a Computer and Storing the Job ...............................
Printing Documents from Private Print Box .............................................................
Printing Document from Stored Job Box .................................................................
Printing Document from Quick Copy Box ................................................................
Printing Document from Proof and Hold Box ..........................................................
Job Box Setting ...............................................................................................................
Status Monitor .................................................................................................................
Accessing the Status Monitor ..................................................................................
Exiting the Status Monitor .......................................................................................
Status Monitor Display ............................................................................................
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4-11
4-12
4-12
4-13
4-15
4-17
4-19
4-21
4-22
4-22
4-22
4-22
5
Operation on the Machine ..................................................................... 5-1
Canceling Jobs .................................................................................................................. 5-2
What is Document Box? ................................................................................................... 5-3
Using a Custom Box ......................................................................................................... 5-5
Creating a New Custom Box ..................................................................................... 5-5
Editing and Deleting Custom Box ............................................................................. 5-7
Storing Documents .................................................................................................... 5-7
Printing Documents ................................................................................................... 5-8
Editing Documents .................................................................................................... 5-9
Deleting Documents ................................................................................................ 5-10
Printing Documents Stored in Removable USB Drive ................................................. 5-11
Removing USB Drive ...................................................................................................... 5-13
6
Using Various Functions ....................................................................... 6-1
Functions Available on the Machine ...............................................................................
Custom Box (Printing) ...............................................................................................
USB Drive (Printing Documents) ...............................................................................
Functions ...........................................................................................................................
EcoPrint .....................................................................................................................
Duplex .......................................................................................................................
Job Finish Notice .......................................................................................................
File Name Entry ........................................................................................................
Quiet Mode ................................................................................................................
Del. after Print (Delete after Printed) .........................................................................
Encrypted PDF ..........................................................................................................
TIFF/JPEG Size ........................................................................................................
XPS FitTo Page ........................................................................................................
7
Status/Job Cancel .................................................................................. 7-1
Checking Job Status .........................................................................................................
Checking Job History .......................................................................................................
Sending the Log History ............................................................................................
Device/Communication .....................................................................................................
Checking the Remaining Amount of Toner and Paper (Paper/Supplies) .....................
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6-2
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-5
6-5
6-5
6-5
6-6
6-6
7-2
7-3
7-4
7-5
7-6
Setup and Registration (System Menu) ............................................... 8-1
System Menu ..................................................................................................................... 8-2
Menu Settings ........................................................................................................... 8-3
Report ....................................................................................................................... 8-4
Paper Settings ........................................................................................................... 8-6
Print Settings ........................................................................................................... 8-10
Network ................................................................................................................... 8-13
Optional Network ..................................................................................................... 8-24
Device Common ...................................................................................................... 8-28
Security ................................................................................................................... 8-34
User/Job Account .................................................................................................... 8-36
Adjust/Maint. ........................................................................................................... 8-36
Op Functions ........................................................................................................... 8-37
Software .................................................................................................................. 8-37
9
User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) ... 9-1
Overview of User Login Administration ..........................................................................
Enabling User Login Administration ...............................................................................
Setting User Login Administration ..................................................................................
Adding a User (Local User List) ................................................................................
Changing User Properties .........................................................................................
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9-2
9-3
9-5
9-5
9-6
User Login Administration for Printing ....................................................................... 9-8
NW User Property (Obtain Network User Property) ................................................ 9-10
ID Card Settings ...................................................................................................... 9-11
PIN Login Settings .................................................................................................. 9-12
Using User Login Administration .................................................................................. 9-13
Login/Logout ........................................................................................................... 9-13
Overview of Job Accounting .......................................................................................... 9-14
Enabling Job Accounting ............................................................................................... 9-15
Job Accounting Access ........................................................................................... 9-16
Setting an Account .......................................................................................................... 9-17
Adding an Account .................................................................................................. 9-17
Restricting the Use of the Machine ......................................................................... 9-18
Editing an Account .................................................................................................. 9-19
Deleting an Account ................................................................................................ 9-20
Job Accounting for Printing ..................................................................................... 9-21
Configuring Job Accounting .......................................................................................... 9-23
Apply Limit ............................................................................................................... 9-23
Counting the Number of Pages Printed .................................................................. 9-24
Print Accounting Report .......................................................................................... 9-25
Using Job Accounting .................................................................................................... 9-26
Login/Logout ........................................................................................................... 9-26
Unknown ID Job .............................................................................................................. 9-27
10
Troubleshooting ................................................................................... 10-1
Regular Maintenance ...................................................................................................... 10-2
Cleaning .................................................................................................................. 10-2
Toner Container Replacement ................................................................................ 10-4
Waste Toner Box Replacement .............................................................................. 10-9
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 10-11
Solving Malfunctions ............................................................................................. 10-11
Responding to Messages ...................................................................................... 10-15
Clearing Paper Jams ............................................................................................. 10-24
11
Appendix ............................................................................................... 11-1
Optional Equipment ........................................................................................................ 11-2
Overview of Optional Equipment ............................................................................. 11-2
Optional Function .................................................................................................... 11-7
Character Entry Method .................................................................................................. 11-9
Using the Keys ........................................................................................................ 11-9
Selecting Type of Characters ................................................................................ 11-10
Characters That Can be Entered Using the Numeric Keys ................................... 11-10
Entering Symbols .................................................................................................. 11-11
Entering Characters .............................................................................................. 11-11
Paper .............................................................................................................................. 11-13
Basic Paper Specifications .................................................................................... 11-13
Choosing the Appropriate Paper ........................................................................... 11-14
Special Paper ........................................................................................................ 11-17
Specifications ................................................................................................................ 11-21
Machine ................................................................................................................. 11-21
Printer Functions ................................................................................................... 11-23
Paper Feeder (500-sheet) (Option) ....................................................................... 11-24
Bulk Paper Feeder (2000-sheet) (Option) ............................................................. 11-24
Glossary ......................................................................................................................... 11-25
Index ............................................................................................................................ Index-1
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> Machine Features
Machine Features
The machine is equipped with many useful functions.
Using Various Functions (page 6-1)
Here are some examples.
Optimize your office workflow
Save energy and cost
Save frequently used documents in
the machine (Custom Box)
Save energy as needed 
(Energy Saver function)
Use less toner for printing 
(EcoPrint)
Off
You can save the frequently used
document in the machine and print it
when needed.
Using a Custom Box (page 5-5)
The machine is equipped with Energy
Saver function that automatically
switched into Sleep Mode.
Energy Saver function (page 2-25)
You can save toner consumption with this
function.
When you only need to check the printed
content, such as a trial print run or
documents for internal confirmation, use
this function to save toner.
Use this function when a high-quality print
is not required.
EcoPrint (page 6-4)
Save energy and cost
Strengthen security
Reduce paper use 
(Paper Saving Printing)
Protect data on the SSD 
(Encryption / Overwrite)
Prevent loss of finished documents
(Private Print)
You can print originals on both sides of
the paper. You can also print multiple
originals onto one sheet.
You can overwrite the unnecessary data
that remains on the SSD automatically.
You can temporarily save a printer
document in the machine. By printing the
document from the machine prevents
someone takes your document.
Duplex (page 6-4)
To prevent an external leakage, the
machine is able to encrypt data before
writing it to the SSD.
Data Security (page 8-35)
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Printing Data Saved on the Printer
(page 4-12)
> Machine Features
Strengthen security
Use functions more efficiently
Log in by ID card
(Card Authentication)
Strengthen security 
(Settings for Administrator)
Make the machine quiet 
(Quiet Mode)
Various functions are available for
administrators to strengthen security.
You can make the machine quiet by
reducing its running noise. You can
configure this mode by job.
OK !
You can log in simply by touching an ID
card. You don't need to enter your user
name and password.
Card Authentication Kit(B) "Card
Authentication Kit" (page 11-3)
Strengthening the Security (page 238)
Quiet Mode (page 6-5)
Use functions more efficiently
Install the machine without concerning
the network cables (Wireless Network)
Use USB drive
(USB Drive)
Perform remote operation
(Embedded Web Server RX)
In an environment where the wireless
LAN is used, you can install the machine
without concerning the network cables. In
addition, Wi-Fi Direct, etc. are supported.
It is useful when you need to print
document outside your office or you
cannot print document from your PC.
You can access to the machine remotely
to print, send or download data.
Configuring the Wireless Network
(page 2-19)
Setting Wi-Fi Direct (page 2-23)
You can print the document from the USB
drive by plugging it directly into the
machine.
Printing Documents Stored in
Removable USB Drive (page 5-11)
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Administrators can configure the machine
behavior or management settings.
Embedded Web Server RX (page 2-39)
> Guides Provided with the Machine
Guides Provided with the Machine
The following guides are provided with the machine. Refer to each guide as needed.
The contents of the guides are subject to change without notice for the purpose of improvement of machine
performance.
Printed guides
Start using the
machine quickly
Quick Guide
Explains how to use basic functions of the machine, how to use convenient features, how
to perform routine maintenance, and what to do when problems occur.
Safety Guide
For safe use of the
machine
Provides safety and cautionary information for installation environment and use of the
machine. Be sure to read this guide before using the machine.
Safety Guide (PG L2645, PG L2650, PG L2655)
Indicates the space required for machine installation, and describes the cautionary labels
and other safety information. Be sure to read this guide before using the machine.
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> Guides Provided with the Machine
Guides (PDF) on the DVD (Product Library)
Use the machine
thoughtfully
Use the ID card
Strengthen security
Easily register
machine information
and configure settings
Print data from a
computer
Directly print a PDF file
Operation Guide (This Guide)
Explains how to load paper and perform basic operations, and indicates default settings
and other information.
Card Authentication Kit (B) Operation Guide
Explains how to perform authentication using the ID card.
Data Encryption/Overwrite OPERATION GUIDE
Explains how to introduce and use the Data Encryption/Overwrite Function, and how to
overwrite and encrypt data.
Embedded Web Server RX
Explains how to access the machine from a Web browser on your computer to check and
change settings.
Printing System Driver User Guide
Explains how to install the Printing System Driver and use the printer function.
Network Tool for Direct Printing Operation Guide
Explains how to print PDF files without launching Adobe Acrobat or Reader.
Monitor the machine
and printers on the
network
Network Print Monitor User Guide
Adjust the print
position
Maintenance Menu User Guide
Explains how to monitor your network printing system (the machine) with Network Print
Monitor.
Maintenance Menu provides the explanation on how to configure the print settings.
Install the following versions of Adobe Reader to view the manuals on the DVD.
Version 8.0 or later
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> About the Operation Guide (this Guide)
About the Operation Guide (this Guide)
Structure of the guide
The Operation Guide contains the following chapters.
Chapter
Contents
1
Legal and Safety Information
Provides precautions regarding use of the machine and trademark information.
2
Installing and Setting up the
Machine
Explains part names, cable connections, installation of the software, login, logout, and
other matters related to administration of the machine.
3
Preparation before Use
Explains preparations and settings that are required in order to use the machine, such
as how to use the operation panel, and load paper.
4
Printing from PC
Explains the basic steps for printing.
5
Operation on the Machine
Explains the basic procedures for using document boxes.
6
Using Various Functions
Explains convenient functions that are available on the machine.
7
Status/Job Cancel
Explains how to check the status of a job and the job history, and how to cancel jobs
being printed or waiting to print. Also explains how to check paper and toner levels, and
how to check the device status.
8
Setup and Registration (System
Menu)
Explains System Menu and how it relates to the operation of the machine.
9
User Authentication and
Accounting (User Login, Job
Accounting)
Explains user login and job accounting.
10
Troubleshooting
Explains what to do when toner runs out, an error is displayed, or a paper jam or other
problem occurs.
11
Appendix
Describes convenient options that are available for the machine. Provides information
on media types and paper sizes, and gives a glossary of terms. Explains how to enter
characters, and lists the specifications of the machine.
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> About the Operation Guide (this Guide)
Conventions Used in This Guide
Adobe Reader XI is used as an example in the explanations below.
Click an item in the Table of
Contents to jump to the
corresponding page.
Click to move from the current page to the previously
displayed page. This is convenient when you want to return
to the page from which you jumped to the current page.
IMPORTANT
Indicates operational requirements
and restrictions to operate the
machine correctly, and avoid
damage to the machine or property.
NOTE
Indicates supplemental
explanations and reference
information for operations.
Refer to
Click the underlined text to jump to
the corresponding page.
CAUTION
Indicates that personal injury or
mechanical damage may result
from insufficient attention to or
incorrect compliance with the
related points.
NOTE
The items that appear in Adobe Reader vary depending on how it is used. If the Table of Contents or tools do not
appear, refer to Adobe Reader Help.
Certain items are indicated in this guide by the conventions described below.
Convention
Description
[Bold]
Indicates keys and buttons.
"Regular"
Indicates a message or setting.
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> About the Operation Guide (this Guide)
Conventions used in procedures for operating the machine
In this Operation Guide, continuous operation is as follows:
Actual procedure
Select the [Menu] key.
Procedure indicated in this guide
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key

Select the [▲] or [] key to select [Device Common].

Select the [OK] key.
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> Menu Map
Menu Map
This is a list of menus displayed on the message display. Depending on the settings, some menus may not be displayed.
Some menu names may differ from their reference titles.
Custom
Box
(Box Selection)
(File
Selection)
Print
Print 
(Change Set)
Function
Quiet Mode (page 6-5)
Duplex (page 6-4)
EcoPrint (page 6-4)
File Name Entry (page 6-5)
JobFinish Notice (page 6-4)
Del. after Print (page 6-5)
Delete
Move
Job Box
Quick Copy (page 4-17)
Private/Stored (page 4-13)
Job Box Setting (page 4-21)
S
Status
Job Status (page 7-2)
Job Log (page 7-3)
Keyboard (page 7-5)
Network (page 7-5)
Wi-Fi (page 7-5)
Wi-Fi Direct (page 7-5)
Option Network (page 7-5)
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> Menu Map
Report
Report Print
Menu Map (page 8-4)
Config. List (page 8-4)
Status Page (page 8-4)
Font List (page 8-5)
RAM File List (page 8-5)
SSD File List (page 8-5)
SD Card FileList (page 8-5)
DataSanitization (page 8-5)
Job Log History
Auto Sending (page 8-5)
Send History (page 8-5)
Destination (page 8-5)
Subject (page 8-5)
Personal Info. (page 8-5)
USB Drive
Print File (page 5-11)
Remove USB Drive (page 5-13)
Counter (page 2-37)
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> Menu Map
Paper Settings
MP Tray Set.
Paper Size (page 8-6)
Media Type (page 8-6)
Bulk Feeder Set.
Paper Size (page 8-7)
Media Type (page 8-7)
Cassette 1 Set.
Media Type (page 8-8)
Other Paper Size (page 8-8)
Custom PaperSize (page 8-8)
Cassette 2 Set.
Media Type (page 8-8)
Other Paper Size (page 8-8)
Custom PaperSize (page 8-8)
Cassette 3 Set.
Media Type (page 8-8)
Other Paper Size (page 8-8)
Custom PaperSize (page 8-8)
Cassette 4 Set.
Media Type (page 8-8)
Other Paper Size (page 8-8)
Custom PaperSize (page 8-8)
Cassette 5 Set.
Media Type (page 8-8)
Other Paper Size (page 8-8)
Custom PaperSize (page 8-8)
Media Type Set. (page 8-6)
Reset Type Adj. (page 8-6)
Paper Settings
Paper Setup Msg
MP Tray (page 8-6)
Bulk Feeder (page 8-6)
Cassette 1 (page 8-6)
Cassette 2 (page 8-6)
Cassette 3 (page 8-6)
Cassette 4 (page 8-6)
Cassette 5 (page 8-6)
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> Menu Map
Print Settings
Paper Source (page 8-10)
Auto Cass.Change (page 8-10)
MP Tray Priority (page 8-10)
Paper Feed Mode (page 8-10)
Duplex (page 8-10)
Paper Output (page 8-10)
Override A4/LTR (page 8-10)
Emulation Set. (page 8-11)
Font (page 8-11)
Code Set (page 8-11)
Print Quality
KIR (page 8-12)
EcoPrint (page 8-12)
EcoPrint SaveLvl (page 8-12)
Print Resolution (page 8-12)
Print Density (page 8-12)
Page Setting
Copies (page 8-12)
Orientation (page 8-12)
LF Action (page 8-12)
CR Action (page 8-12)
Wide A4 (page 8-12)
XPS FitTo Page (page 8-12)
TIFF/JPEG Size (page 8-12)
File Name Entry (page 8-12)
User Name (page 8-13)
Job Name (page 8-13)
Job Terminator (page 8-13)
Network
Host Name (page 8-13)
Wi-Fi Direct Set
Wi-Fi Direct (page 8-13)
Device Name (page 8-13)
IP Address (page 8-13)
Auto Disconnect (page 8-14)
Disconnect Timer (page 8-14)
Wi-Fi Settings
Wi-Fi (page 8-14)
Setup (page 8-14)
TCP/IP Settings (page 8-16)
Restart Network (page 8-17)
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> Menu Map
Network
Wired Netwk. Set
TCP/IP Settings (page 8-18)
LAN Interface (page 8-18)
ProtocolSettings (page 8-18)
Primary Network (page 8-24)
Ping (page 8-24)
Restart Network (page 8-24)
Optional Network
Wireless Network (page 8-24)
Basic (page 8-27)
Device Common
Language (page 8-28)
Def. Screen(Box) (page 8-28)
Date Setting
Date (page 8-28)
Time (page 8-28)
Date Format (page 8-28)
Time Zone (page 8-28)
Summer Time (page 8-28)
Buzzer
Key Confirmation (page 8-29)
Job Finish (page 8-29)
Ready (page 8-29)
Error (page 8-29)
Keyboard Confirm (page 8-29)
RAM Disk Setting (page 8-29)
Format SSD (page 8-29)
Format SD Card (page 8-30)
Display Bright. (page 8-30)
Disp. Backlight (page 8-30)
Error Handling
DuplexPaperError (page 8-30)
Paper Mismatch (page 8-30)
InsertMismatch (page 8-30)
MP Tray Empty (page 8-30)
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> Menu Map
Device Common
Timer Setting
Auto Panel Reset (page 8-31)
PanelReset Timer (page 8-31)
Sleep Level Set. (page 8-31)
Sleep Timer (page 8-31)
Power Off Rule (page 8-31)
Power Off Timer (page 8-32)
WeeklyTimer Set. (page 8-32)
Auto Err. Clear (page 8-32)
Err. Clear Timer (page 8-32)
FormFeed TimeOut (page 8-32)
Ping Timeout (page 8-32)
Disp. Status/Log (page 8-32)
USB KeyboardType (page 8-33)
Bluetooth Set. (page 8-33)
Low Toner Alert (page 8-33)
Msg Banner Print (page 8-33)
Security
Network Security (page 8-34)
I/F Block Set. (page 8-34)
Security Level (page 8-35)
Data Security (page 8-35)
User/Job Account
User Login Set.
User Login (page 9-3)
Local User List (page 9-5)
ID Card Settings
Key Login (page 9-11)
Additional Auth. (page 9-11)
PIN Login (page 9-12)
NW User Property (page 9-10)
Job Account.Set.
Job Accounting (page 9-15)
AccountingAccess (page 9-16)
Account. (Local) (page 9-16)
Apply Limit (page 9-23)
Unknown ID Job (page 9-27)
Adjust/Maint.
Quiet Mode (page 8-36)
Restart (page 8-37)
Service Setting (page 8-37)
Op Functions (page 8-37)
Software (page 8-37)
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Information
Please read this information before using your machine. This chapter provides information on the following topics.
Notice ................................................................................................................................................................. 1-2
Safety Conventions in This Guide ........................................................................................................... 1-2
Environment ............................................................................................................................................. 1-3
Precautions for Use ................................................................................................................................. 1-4
Laser Safety (Europe) .............................................................................................................................. 1-5
SAFETY OF LASER BEAM (USA) .......................................................................................................... 1-6
Safety Instructions Regarding the Disconnection of Power ..................................................................... 1-7
Compliance and Conformity .................................................................................................................... 1-7
Other precautions (for users in California, the United States) .................................................................. 1-8
EN ISO 7779 ............................................................................................................................................ 1-8
EK1-ITB 2000 .......................................................................................................................................... 1-8
Wireless Connection (Mexico only) ......................................................................................................... 1-8
Security Precautions when Using Wireless LAN (If equipped) ................................................................ 1-8
Limited Use of This Product (If equipped) ............................................................................................... 1-9
Legal Information ................................................................................................................................... 1-10
Energy Saving Control Function ............................................................................................................ 1-14
Automatic 2-Sided Print Function .......................................................................................................... 1-14
Resource Saving - Paper ....................................................................................................................... 1-14
Environmental benefits of "Power Management" ................................................................................... 1-14
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Notice
Safety Conventions in This Guide
The sections of this guide and parts of the machine marked with symbols are safety warnings meant to protect the user,
other individuals and surrounding objects, and ensure correct and safe usage of the machine. The symbols and their
meanings are indicated below.
WARNING: Indicates that serious injury or even death may result from insufficient
attention to or incorrect compliance with the related points.
CAUTION: Indicates that personal injury or mechanical damage may result from
insufficient attention to or incorrect compliance with the related points.
Symbols
The  symbol indicates that the related section includes safety warnings. Specific points of attention are indicated
inside the symbol.
... [General warning]
... [Warning of high temperature]
The
symbol indicates that the related section includes information on prohibited actions. Specifics of the prohibited
action are indicated inside the symbol.
... [Warning of prohibited action]
... [Disassembly prohibited]
The  symbol indicates that the related section includes information on actions which must be performed. Specifics of
the required action are indicated inside the symbol.
... [Alert of required action]
... [Remove the power plug from the outlet]
... [Always connect the machine to an outlet with a ground connection]
Please contact your service representative to order a replacement if the safety warnings in this Operation Guide are
illegible or if the guide itself is missing (fee required).
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Environment
The service environmental conditions are as follows:
Temperature
50 to 90.5 °F (10 to 32.5 °C)
Humidity
15 to 80%
Avoid the following locations when selecting a site for the machine.
•
Avoid locations near a window or with exposure to direct sunlight.
•
Avoid locations with vibrations.
•
Avoid locations with drastic temperature fluctuations.
•
Avoid locations with direct exposure to hot or cold air.
•
Avoid poorly ventilated locations.
If the floor is delicate against casters, when this machine is moved after installation, the floor material may be damaged.
During printing, some ozone is released, but the amount does not cause any ill effect to one's health. If, however, the
machine is used over a long period of time in a poorly ventilated room or when making an extremely large number of
prints, the smell may become unpleasant. To maintain the appropriate environment for print work, it is suggested that the
room be properly ventilated.
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Precautions for Use
Cautions when handling consumables
CAUTION
Do not attempt to incinerate parts which contain toner. Dangerous sparks may cause burns.
Keep parts which contain toner out of the reach of children.
If toner happens to spill from parts which contain toner, avoid inhalation and ingestion, as well as contact with your eyes
and skin.
•
If you do happen to inhale toner, move to a place with fresh air and gargle thoroughly with a large amount of water. If
coughing develops, contact a physician.
•
If you do happen to ingest toner, rinse your mouth with water and drink 1 or 2 cups of water to dilute the contents of
your stomach. If necessary, contact a physician.
•
If you do happen to get toner in your eyes, flush them thoroughly with water. If there is any remaining tenderness,
contact a physician.
•
If toner does happen to get on your skin, wash with soap and water.
Do not attempt to force open or destroy parts which contain toner.
Other precautions
Return the exhausted toner container and waste toner box to your dealer or service representative. The collected toner
container and waste toner box will be recycled or disposed in accordance with the relevant regulations.
Store the machine while avoiding exposure to direct sunlight.
Store the machine in a place where the temperature stays below 40 °C while avoiding sharp changes of temperature
and humidity.
If the machine will not be used for an extended period of time, remove the paper from the cassette and the Multi Purpose
(MP) Tray, return it to its original package and reseal it.
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Laser Safety (Europe)
Laser radiation could be hazardous to the human body. For this reason, laser radiation emitted inside this machine is
hermetically sealed within the protective housing and external cover. In the normal operation of the product by user, no
radiation can leak from the machine.
This machine is classified as Class 1 laser product under IEC/EN 60825-1:2014.
Regarding CLASS 1 laser products, information is provided on the rating label.
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SAFETY OF LASER BEAM (USA)
1. Safety of laser beam
This machine has been certified by the manufacturer to Class 1 level under the radiation performance standards
established by the U.S.DHHS (Department of Health and Human Services) in 1968. This indicates that the product is
safe to use during normal operation and maintenance. The laser optical system, enclosed in a protective housing and
sealed within the external covers, never permits the laser beam to escape.
2. The CDRH Act
A laser-product-related act was implemented on Aug. 2, 1976, by the Center for Devices and Radiological Health
(CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This act prohibits the sale of laser products in the U.S. without
certification, and applies to laser products manufactured after Aug. 1, 1976. The label shown below indicates
compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States. On this
machine, the label is on the rear.
PG L xxxxxxxx
3. Maintenance
For safety of the service personnel, follow the maintenance instructions in the other section of this manual.
4. Safety switch
The power to the laser unit is cut off when the front cover is opened.
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Safety Instructions Regarding the Disconnection of
Power
Caution: The power plug is the main isolation device! Other switches on the equipment are only functional switches and
are not suitable for isolating the equipment from the power source.
Attention: Le débranchement de la fiche secteur est le seul moyen de mettre l'appareil hors tension. Les interrupteurs
sur l'appareil ne sont que des interrupteurs de fonctionnement: ils ne mettent pas l'appareil hors tension.
Compliance and Conformity
Hereby, Olivetti S.p.A. declares that the radio equipment type PG L2645/PG L2650/PG L2655 are in compliance
with Directive 2014/53/EU.
The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address:
http://www.olivetti.com/en/support/download-certificates/
Module name
Software Ver.
Frequency band in
which the radio
equipment operates:
Maximum radio-frequency power transmitted in the
frequency band in which the radio equipment
operates:
IB-51 (Option)
2.2.6
2.4GHz
100mW
IB-36 (Option)
2014.12
2.4GHz
100mW
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
•
The use of a non-shielded interface cable with the referenced device is prohibited.
CAUTION — The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions; (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all
persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other transmitter.
* The above statements are valid only in the United States of America and Canada.
NOTE — Use shielded interface cables.
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Other precautions
(for users in California, the United States)
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
EN ISO 7779
Maschinenlärminformations-Verordnung 3. GPSGV, 06.01.2004: Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB (A) oder
weniger gemäß EN ISO 7779.
EK1-ITB 2000
Das Gerät ist nicht für die Benutzung im unmittelbaren Gesichtsfeld am Bildschirmarbeitsplatz vorgesehen. Um
störende Reflexionen am Bildschirmarbeitsplatz zu vermeiden, darf dieses Produkt nicht im unmittelbaren Gesichtsfeld
platziert werden.
Wireless Connection (Mexico only)
The operation of this equipment is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) it is possible that this equipment or device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this equipment or device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
La operación de este equipo está sujeta a las siguientes dos condiciones:
(1) es posible que este equipo o dispositivo no cause interferencia perjudicial y (2) este equipo o dispositivo debe
aceptar cualquier interferencia, incluyendo la que pueda causar su operación no deseada.
Security Precautions when Using Wireless LAN
(If equipped)
Wireless LAN allows information to be exchanged between wireless access points instead of using a network cable,
which offers the advantage that a LAN connection can be established freely within an area in which radio waves can be
transmitted.
On the other hand, the following problems may occur if security settings are not configured, because radio waves can
pass through obstacles (including walls) and reach everywhere within a certain area.
Secretly Viewing Communication Contents
A third person with malicious objectives may intentionally monitor radio waves and gain unauthorized access to the
following communication contents.
•
Personal information including ID, passwords, and credit card numbers
•
Contents of email messages
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Illegal Intrusion
A third party with malicious intent may gain unauthorized access to personal or company networks and conduct the
following illegal actions.
•
Extracting personal and confidential information (information leak)
•
Entering into communication while impersonating a specific person and distributing unauthorized information (spoofing)
•
Modifying and retransmitting intercepted communications (falsification)
•
Transmitting computer viruses and destroying data and systems (destruction)
Wireless LAN cards and wireless access points contain built-in security mechanisms to address these problems and to reduce the
possibility of these problems occurring by configuring the security settings of wireless LAN products when the product is used.
We recommend that customers take responsibility and use their judgment when configuring the security settings and that they
ensure that they fully understand the problems that can occur when the product is used without configuring the security settings.
Limited Use of This Product (If equipped)
•
Radio waves transmitted from this product may affect medical equipment. When using this product in a medical
institution or in the vicinity of medical instruments, either use this product according to the instructions and
precautions provided by the administrator of the institution or those provided on the medical instruments.
•
Radio waves transmitted from this product may affect automatic control equipment including automatic doors and fire
alarms. When using this product in the vicinity of the automatic control equipment, use this product according to the
instructions and precautions provided on the automatic control equipment.
•
If this product is used in devices that are directly related to service including airplanes, trains, ships, and automobiles or this
product is used in applications requiring high reliability and safety to function and in devices requiring accuracy including those
used in disaster prevention and crime prevention and those used for various safety purposes, please use this product after
considering the safety design of the entire system including adoption of a failsafe design and redundancy design for reliability and
safety maintenance of the entire system. This product is not intended for use in applications requiring high reliability and safety
including aerospace instruments, trunk communication equipment, nuclear power control equipment, and medical equipment;
hence, the decision as to whether to use this product in these applications needs to be fully considered and determined.
Sólo México (Mexico only)
Este equipo utiliza el módulo de interfaz de red inalámbrica modelo LBWA1ZZ1CA para conectarse a las redes
Inalámbricas.
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Legal Information
Copying or other reproduction of all or part of this guide without the prior written consent of Olivetti S.p.A. is prohibited.
Regarding Trade Names
•
KPDL is a trademark of Kyocera Corporation.
•
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server and Internet Explorer are registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.A. and/or other countries.
•
PCL is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company.
•
Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader and PostScript are trademarks of Adobe Systems, Incorporated.
•
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
•
Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell, Inc.
•
IBM and IBM PC/AT are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
•
AppleTalk, Bonjour, Macintosh, and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
•
All European language fonts installed in this machine are used under licensing agreement with Monotype Imaging
Inc.
•
Helvetica, Palatino and Times are registered trademarks of Linotype GmbH.
•
ITC Avant Garde Gothic, ITC Bookman, ITC ZapfChancery and ITC ZapfDingbats are registered trademarks of
International Typeface Corporation.
•
ThinPrint is a trademark of Cortado AG in Germany and other countries.
•
UFST™ MicroType® fonts by Monotype Imaging Inc. are installed in this machine.
•
This machine contains the software having modules developed by Independent JPEG Group.
•
iPad, iPhone and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
•
AirPrint and the AirPrint logo are trademarks of Apple Inc.
•
iOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license by
Apple Inc.
•
Google and Google Cloud Print™ are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Google Inc.
•
Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance.
All other brands and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. The
designations ™ and ® will not be used in this Operation Guide.
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GPL/LGPL
This product contains GPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html) and/or LGPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html)
software as part of its firmware. You can get the source code, and you are permitted to copy, redistribute and modify
it under the terms of GPL/LGPL.
OpenSSL License
Copyright (c) 1998-2006 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following
conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgment: 
"This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. 
(http://www.openssl.org/)"
4. The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and "OpenSSL Project" must not be used to endorse or promote products derived
from this software without prior written permission.
For written permission, please contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
5. Products derived from this software may not be called "OpenSSL" nor may "OpenSSL" appear in their names without
prior written permission of the OpenSSL Project.
6. Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software
developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR
ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON
ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
Original SSLeay License
Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The implementation was written so
as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are adhered to. The
following conditions apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the
SSL code. The SSL documentation included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms except that the
holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in the code are not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution as the author of the parts of the library used.
This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual) provided with the
package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following
conditions are met:
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1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement:
"This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)"
The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the routines from the library being used are not cryptographic related :-).
4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the apps directory (application code) you must
include an acknowledgement: "This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
The licence and distribution terms for any publically available version or derivative of this code cannot be changed. i.e.
this code cannot simply be copied and put under another distribution licence [including the GNU Public Licence.]
Monotype Imaging License Agreement
1 Software shall mean the digitally encoded, machine readable, scalable outline data as encoded in a special format as
well as the UFST Software.
2 You agree to accept a non-exclusive license to use the Software to reproduce and display weights, styles and
versions of letters, numerals, characters and symbols (Typefaces) solely for your own customary business or
personal purposes at the address stated on the registration card you return to Monotype Imaging. Under the terms of
this License Agreement, you have the right to use the Fonts on up to three printers. If you need to have access to the
fonts on more than three printers, you need to acquire a multiuser license agreement which can be obtained from
Monotype Imaging. Monotype Imaging retains all rights, title and interest to the Software and Typefaces and no rights
are granted to you other than a License to use the Software on the terms expressly set forth in this Agreement.
3 To protect proprietary rights of Monotype Imaging, you agree to maintain the Software and other proprietary
information concerning the Typefaces in strict confidence and to establish reasonable procedures regulating access
to and use of the Software and Typefaces.
4 You agree not to duplicate or copy the Software or Typefaces, except that you may make one backup copy. You
agree that any such copy shall contain the same proprietary notices as those appearing on the original.
5 This License shall continue until the last use of the Software and Typefaces, unless sooner terminated. This License
may be terminated by Monotype Imaging if you fail to comply with the terms of this License and such failure is not
remedied within thirty (30) days after notice from Monotype Imaging. When this License expires or is terminated, you
shall either return to Monotype Imaging or destroy all copies of the Software and Typefaces and documentation as
requested.
6 You agree that you will not modify, alter, disassemble, decrypt, reverse engineer or decompile the Software.
7 Monotype Imaging warrants that for ninety (90) days after delivery, the Software will perform in accordance with
Monotype Imaging-published specifications, and the diskette will be free from defects in material and workmanship.
Monotype Imaging does not warrant that the Software is free from all bugs, errors and omissions.
The parties agree that all other warranties, expressed or implied, including warranties of fitness for a particular
purpose and merchantability, are excluded.
8 Your exclusive remedy and the sole liability of Monotype Imaging in connection with the Software and Typefaces is
repair or replacement of defective parts, upon their return to Monotype Imaging.
In no event will Monotype Imaging be liable for lost profits, lost data, or any other incidental or consequential
damages, or any damages caused by abuse or misapplication of the Software and Typefaces.
9 Massachusetts U.S.A. law governs this Agreement.
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10 You shall not sublicense, sell, lease, or otherwise transfer the Software and/or Typefaces without the prior written
consent of Monotype Imaging.
11 Use, duplication or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in the Rights in Technical Data
and Computer Software clause at FAR 252-227-7013, subdivision (b)(3)(ii) or subparagraph (c)(1)(ii), as appropriate.
Further use, duplication or disclosure is subject to restrictions applicable to restricted rights software as set forth in
FAR 52.227-19 (c)(2).
12 You acknowledge that you have read this Agreement, understand it, and agree to be bound by its terms and
conditions. Neither party shall be bound by any statement or representation not contained in this Agreement. No
change in this Agreement is effective unless written and signed by properly authorized representatives of each party.
By opening this diskette package, you agree to accept the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
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Energy Saving Control Function
The device comes equipped with a Sleep where printer functions remain in a waiting state but power consumption is
reduced to a minimum after a certain amount of time elapses since the device was last used.
Sleep
The device automatically enters Sleep when 1 minute has passed since the device was last used. The amount of time of
no activity that must pass before Sleep is activated may be lengthened.
Sleep and Auto Sleep (page 2-25)
Automatic 2-Sided Print Function
This device includes 2-sided printing as a standard function. For example, by printing two 1-sided originals onto a single
sheet of paper as a 2-sided print, it is possible to lower the amount of paper used.
Duplex (page 6-4)
Printing in duplex mode reduces paper consumption and contributes to the conservation of forest resources. Duplex
mode also reduces the amount of paper that must be purchased, and thereby reduces cost. It is recommended that
machines capable of duplex printing be set to use duplex mode by default.
Resource Saving - Paper
For the preservation and sustainable use of forest resources, it is recommended that recycled as well as virgin paper
certified under environmental stewardship initiatives or carrying recognised ecolabels, which meet EN 12281:2002* or
an equivalent quality standard, be used. 
This machine also supports printing on 64 g/m2 paper. Using such paper containing less raw materials can lead to
further saving of forest resources.
* : EN12281:2002 "Printing and business paper - Requirements for copy paper for dry toner imaging processes"
Your sales or service representative can provide information about recommended paper types.
Environmental benefits of "Power Management"
To reduce power consumption when idle, this machine is equipped with a power management function that
automatically activates energy-saving mode when the machine is idle for a certain period of time. 
Although it takes the machine a slight amount of time to return to READY mode when in energy-saving mode, a
significant reduction in energy consumption is possible. It is recommended that the machine be used with the activation
time for energy-saving mode set to the default setting.
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Installing and Setting
up the Machine
This chapter provides information for the administrator of this machine, such as part names, cable connection, and
software installation.
Embedded Web Server RX ......................... 2-39
Accessing Embedded Web Server RX ... 2-40
Changing Security Settings .............. 2-41
Changing Device Information ........... 2-43
E-mail Settings .................................. 2-45
Creating a New Custom Box ............ 2-49
Printing a document stored in a Custom
Box .................................................... 2-50
Part Names ................................................... 2-2
Machine Exterior ................................. 2-2
Connectors/Interior ............................. 2-3
With Optional Equipments Attached ... 2-5
Connecting the Machine and Other
Devices ......................................................... 2-6
Connecting Cables ........................................ 2-7
Connecting LAN Cable ....................... 2-7
Connecting USB Cable ....................... 2-8
Connecting the Power Cable .............. 2-8
Power On/Off ................................................ 2-9
Power On ............................................ 2-9
Power Off ............................................ 2-9
Using the Operation Panel .......................... 2-10
Operation Panel Keys ....................... 2-10
Operation Method .............................. 2-11
Help Screen ...................................... 2-12
Login/Logout ............................................... 2-13
Login ................................................. 2-13
Logout ............................................... 2-14
Default Settings of the Machine .................. 2-15
Setting Date and Time ...................... 2-15
Network Setup ............................................ 2-16
Configuring the Wired Network ......... 2-16
Configuring the Wireless Network .... 2-19
Setting Wi-Fi Direct ........................... 2-23
Energy Saver function ................................. 2-25
Sleep and Auto Sleep ....................... 2-25
Power Off Rule
(models for Europe) .......................... 2-26
Installing Software ....................................... 2-27
Software on DVD (Windows) ............ 2-27
Installing Software in Windows ......... 2-28
Uninstalling the Software .................. 2-34
Installing Software
in Mac Computer .............................. 2-35
Checking the Counter ................................. 2-37
Additional Preparations for
the Administrator ......................................... 2-38
Strengthening the Security ................ 2-38
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Part Names
Machine Exterior
1
2
7
3
9
6
8
5
4
1 Top Tray
6 USB Drive Slot
2 Paper Stopper
7 Operation Panel
3 Cassette 1
8 Anti-theft Lock Slot
4 Power Switch
9 Rear Cover
5 Handles
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Connectors/Interior
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
10
12
13
1 Option Interface
8 Multi Purpose Tray
2 USB Port
9 Paper Length Guide
3 USB Interface Connector
10 Paper Width Guides
4 Network Interface Connector
11 Bottom Plate (PG L2645 only)
5 Fuser Cover
12 Size Dial
6 Paper Width Guides
13 Duplex Cover
7 Tray Extension
2-3
Installing and Setting up the Machine > Part Names
15
16
14
17
14 Toner Container
17 Left Cover
15 Toner Container Lock Lever
18 Waste Toner Box
16 Registration Roller
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18
Installing and Setting up the Machine > Part Names
With Optional Equipments Attached
8
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 Cassette 2
6 Bulk Paper Feeder
2 Cassette 3
7 Paper Stopper
3 Cassette 4
8 Rear Tray (PG L2645/PG L2650/PG L2655)
4 Cassette 5
Optional Equipment (page 11-2)
5 Castor kit
2-5
Installing and Setting up the Machine > Connecting the Machine and Other Devices
Connecting the Machine and Other Devices
Prepare the cables necessary to suit the environment and purpose of the machine use.
When Connecting the Machine to the PC via USB
USB
When Connecting the Machine to the PC or Tablet by network cable, Wi-Fi, or Wi-Fi direct
Network cable
connection
Network
Wi-Fi
connection*1
Wi-Fi access point
Wi-Fi Direct
connection*1
Tablet
*1 Only for models with the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-36).
NOTE
If you are using wireless LAN, refer to the following.
Configuring the Wireless Network (page 2-19)
Cables that Can Be Used
Connection Environment
Function
Necessary Cable
Connect a LAN cable to the
machine.
Printer
LAN cable (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX,
1000BASE-T)
Connect a USB cable to the
machine.
Printer
USB 2.0 compatible cable (Hi-Speed USB
compliant, max. 5.0 m, shielded)
IMPORTANT
Using a cable other than a USB 2.0 compatible cable may cause failure.
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Connecting Cables
Connecting Cables
Connecting LAN Cable
IMPORTANT
If the power is on, turn the power switch off.
Power Off (page 2-9)
1
Connect the cable to the machine.
1 Connect the LAN cable to the network interface connector.
2 Connect the other end of the cable to the hub.
2
Power on the machine and configure the network.
Network Setup (page 2-16)
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Connecting Cables
Connecting USB Cable
IMPORTANT
If the power is on, turn the power switch off.
Power Off (page 2-9)
1
Connect the cable to the machine.
1 Connect the USB cable to the USB interface connector located on the left side of the body.
2 Connect the other end of the cable to the PC.
2
Power on the machine.
Connecting the Power Cable
1
Connect the cable to the machine.
Connect one end of the supplied power cable to the machine and the other end to a power
outlet.
IMPORTANT
Only use the power cable that comes with the machine.
2-8
Installing and Setting up the Machine > Power On/Off
Power On/Off
Power On
1
Turn the power switch on.
IMPORTANT
When turning off the power switch, do not turn on the power switch again
immediately. Wait more than 5 seconds, and then turn on the power switch.
Power Off
1
Turn the power switch off.
It takes about 3 minutes for power off.
CAUTION
If this machine will be left unused for an extended period (e.g. overnight), turn it off at the main power switch.
If the machine will not be used for an even longer period of time (e.g. vacation), remove the power plug from
the outlet as a safety precaution.
IMPORTANT
Remove paper from the cassettes and seal it in the paper storage bag to protect it from humidity.
2-9
Installing and Setting up the Machine > Using the Operation Panel
Using the Operation Panel
Operation Panel Keys
Displays the Menu screen.
Increments or decrements
numbers, or selects menu in
the message display. In
addition, moves the cursor
when entering the characters.
Select Key:
Selects the menu
displayed at the bottom of
the message display.
Finalizes a function or menu,
and numbers that have been
entered.
Message display:
Displays the setting menu
and error messages.
Returns to the previous
display.
Select Key:
Selects the menu
displayed at the bottom
of the message display.
Numeric keys.
Enter numbers and symbols.
Displays the Document Box
screen.
Exits the operation for the
current user (i.e. log out).
Cancels or pauses the job in
progress.
Lights up in the print ready state.
Blinks during print processing or when an error occurs.
Lights up when the machine is in energy save mode.
Lights or blinks when an error occurs and a job is stopped.
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Using the Operation Panel
Operation Method
This section explains how to operate the setting menus on the message display.
Displaying the Menus and Configuring Settings
Select the [Menu] key to display the setting menus. Select the [▲] key, [▼] key, [◄] key, [►] key, [OK] key, or [Back]
key to select a menu, and perform settings.
Ready to print.
A4
ST
Status
A6
LT
A4
Toner
Select the [Menu] key to display the
setting menus.
Normal screen
Setting menus
The directions of usable arrow
keys are shown on the screen
displayed.
Menu
01 Report
02 USB Drive
03 Counter
Exit
Menu
01 Report
02 USB Drive
03 Counter
When the [▲] or [▼] key is
selected, the selection moves
line by line.
Exit
When the [◄] or [►] key is
selected, the selection moves in
units of one page.
When [OK] is displayed, select
the [OK] key to confirm the
selection.
Menu
06 Network
07 Optional Network
08 Device Common
Exit
Select the [OK] key to display
the selected menu.
The selected item is
displayed with [*]
(asterisk) at the
beginning.
Device Common
01 Language
02 Def. Screen(Box)
03 Date Setting
Exit
When [Exit] is displayed, select [Exit] to exit
the setting menu and return to the normal
screen.
When the [▲] or [▼] key is
selected, the selection moves
line by line.
Language:
01 *English
02 Deutsch
03 Francais
Select the [Back] key to return to
the screen one level higher.
Exiting the menu operation
Language:
01 *English
02 Deutsch
03 Francais
Select the [OK] key to confirm
the selected setting.
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Using the Operation Panel
Help Screen
If you have difficulty operating the machine, you can check how to operate it using the operation panel.
When [Help] is displayed on the message display, select [Help] to display the Help screen. The Help screen shows
machine operation.
Paper
jammed in
Cassette 1.
CorrectiveAction:
Detach Cassette 1.
Remove paper jam.
Reattach Cassette 1.
OK
Help
Select the [▼] key to display the next step or select the [▲] key to display the previous step.
Select the [OK] key to exit the Help screen.
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Login/Logout
Login/Logout
If you are setting a function that requires administrator rights, or if user login administration is enabled, you must enter
your login user name and login password.
NOTE
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
You will be unable to login if you forget your login user name or login password. In this event, login with administrator
privileges and change your login user name or login password.
Login
1
Enter the login user name.
1 If the login screen is displayed during operations, select "Login User Name" and select the
[OK] key.
NOTE
• If [Netwk Authentic.] is selected as the user authentication method, [Menu] is
displayed. Select [Menu] and select [Login Type] and then it is possible to select the
authentication destination as [Local Authentic.] or [Netwk Authentic.].
• Select [Menu] and select [Domain] and then it is possible to select from the domains
registered.
2 Enter the login user name using the numeric keys and select the [OK] key.
Character Entry Method (page 11-9)
2
Enter the login password.
1 Select "Login Password" and select the [OK] key.
2 Enter the login password and select the [OK] key.
Character Entry Method (page 11-9)
3
Select [Login].
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Login/Logout
Logout
To logout from the machine, select the [Logout] key to return to the login user name/login
password entry screen.
Users are automatically logged out in the following circumstances:
•
When the machine enters the sleep state.
•
When the auto panel reset function is activated.
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Default Settings of the Machine
Default Settings of the Machine
Before using this machine, configure such settings as date and time, network configuration, and energy saving functions
as needed.
NOTE
The default settings of the machine can be changed in System Menu.
For settings that are configurable from System Menu, refer to the following:
Setup and Registration (System Menu) (page 8-1)
Setting Date and Time
Follow the steps below to set the local date and time at the place of installation.
When you send an E-mail using the transmission function, the date and time as set here will be printed in the header of
the E-mail message. Set the date, time and time difference from GMT of the region where the machine is used.
NOTE
• If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with administrator privileges.
If user login administration is disabled, the user authentication screen appears. Enter a login user name and
password, and select [Login].
• The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
• Be sure to set the time difference before setting the date and time.
• The correct time can be periodically set by obtaining the time from the network time server.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
1
Display the screen.
2
Configure the settings.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Date Setting] >
[OK] key
[▲] [▼] key > [Time Zone] > [OK] key > Select the time zone > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > 
[Date] > [OK] key > Set the date > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Time] > [OK] key > Set the time >
[OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Date Format] > [OK] key > Select the Date Format > [OK] key
Item
Description
Time Zone
Set the time difference from GMT. Choose the nearest listed location from the list. If
you select a region that utilizes summer time, configure settings for summer time.
Date
Set the date for the location where you use the machine.
Value: Year (2000 to 2037), Month (1 to 12), Day (1 to 31)
Time
Set the time for the location where you use the machine.
Value: Hour (00 to 23), Minute (00 to 59), Second (00 to 59)
Date Format
Select the display format of year, month, and date. The year is displayed
in Western notation.
Value: Month/Day/Year, Day/Month/Year, Year/Month/Day
NOTE
Select the [▲] or [▼] key to enter a number.
Select the [◄] or [►] key to move the position being entered, which is shown highlighted.
2-15
Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
Network Setup
Configuring the Wired Network
The machine is equipped with network interface, which is compatible with network protocols such as TCP/IP (IPv4),
TCP/IP (IPv6), NetBEUI, and IPSec. It enables network printing on the Windows, Macintosh, UNIX and other platforms.
Set up TCP/IP (IPv4) to connect to the Windows network.
Configuration Method
Configuring the Connection
Description
Reference Page
Configuring the wired network settings from System menu.
IPv4 setting (page 2-16)
Configuring Connections on
the Web Page
For the equipped network interface, the connection can be set by
using Embedded Web Server RX. For the optional IB-50, the
connection can be set by using the dedicated Web page.
Embedded Web Server RX
User Guide
IB-50 Operation Guide
Setting the Connection by
Using the Setup Utility of
IB-50
This is the setup tool included in the CD of IB-50. You can use it on
Windows.
IB-50 Operation Guide
from the Operation Panel on
This Machine
Be sure to connect the network cable before configuring the settings.
Connecting LAN Cable (page 2-7)
For other network settings, refer to the following:
Network (page 8-13)
NOTE
If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with administrator privileges.
If user login administration is disabled, the user authentication screen appears. Enter a login user name and
password, and select [Login].
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
IPv4 setting
1
2
Display the screen.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key >[Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wired Netwk. Set] > [OK] key
> [▲] [] key >[TCP/IP Settings] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [IPv4 Setting] > [OK] key
Configure the settings.
When using DHCP server
1 [▲] [] key > [DHCP] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [On] > [OK] key
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
When setting the static IP address
1 [▲] [] key > [DHCP] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Off] > [OK] key
2 [▲] [] key > [IP Address] > [OK] key
3 Set the IP address.
NOTE
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
Use the numeric keys or select the [▲] or [▼] key to enter a number.
Select the [◄] or [►] key to move the position being entered, which is shown highlighted.
4 Select the [OK] key.
5 [▲] [] key > [Subnet Mask] > [OK] key
6 Set the subnet mask.
NOTE
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
Use the numeric keys or select the [▲] or [▼] key to enter a number.
Select the [◄] or [►] key to move the position being entered, which is shown highlighted.
7 Select the [OK] key.
8 [▲] [] key > [Default Gateway] > [OK] key
9 Set the default gateway.
NOTE
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
Use the numeric keys or select the [▲] or [▼] key to enter a number.
Select the [◄] or [►] key to move the position being entered, which is shown highlighted.
10Select the [OK] key.
11[▲] [] key > [Auto-IP] > [OK] key
12[Off] > [OK] key
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
When setting the DNS server
In the following cases, set the IP address of DNS (Domain Name System) server.
•
When using the host name with "DHCP" setting set to [Off].
•
When using the DNS server with IP address that is not assigned by DHCP automatically.
1 [▲] [] key > [DNS Server] > [OK] key
2 [▲] [] key > [Auto (DHCP)] or [Manual] > [OK] key
When [Manual] is selected.
You can enter static DNS server information in the Primary and Secondary fields provided.
NOTE
You can set any value between 000 and 255.
Use the numeric keys or select the [▲] or [▼] key to enter a number.
Select the [◄] or [►] key to move the position being entered, which is shown highlighted.
IMPORTANT
After changing the setting, restart the network from System Menu, or turn the
machine OFF and then ON.
Restart Network (page 8-24)
NOTE
Ask your network administrator for the IP address in advance, and have it ready when you
configure this setting.
In the following cases, set the IP address of DNS server on the Embedded Web Server RX.
• When using the host name with "DHCP" setting set to "Off"
• When using the DNS server with IP address that is not assigned by DHCP automatically.
Setting the IP Address of the DNS Server, refer to the following:
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
2-18
Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
Configuring the Wireless Network
When the Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-36 and IB-51) is installed on the machine and the connection settings are
configured, it is possible to print or send in a wireless network (wireless LAN) environment.
Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-36) (page 11-6)
IB-51 "Wireless Network Interface Kit" (page 11-5)
The configuration methods are as follows:
Configuration Method
Description
Configuring the Connection
from the Operation Panel
on This Machine
Use Wi-Fi Settings or Wireless Network to configure
the network in details from System menu.
Wi-Fi Settings (page 8-14)
Setting the Connection by
Using the Wi-Fi Setup Tool
This is the tool included in the Product Library. You
can configure the connection according to the
instructions provided by the wizard.
Setting the Connection by
Using the Wi-Fi Setup Tool
(page 2-19)
Configuring Connections
on the Web Page
For the IB-36, the connection can be set from the
Embedded Web Server RX.
Embedded Web Server RX
User Guide
For the IB-51, the connection can be set on the
dedicated Web page.
IB-51 Operation Guide
This is the setup tool included in the CD of IB-51. You
can use it on both Windows and Mac OS.
IB-51 Operation Guide
Setting the Connection by
Using the Setup Utility of
IB-51
Reference Page
NOTE
When you want to switch to the network interface other than Wired (default) after installing an optional Network
Interface Kit (IB-50) and a Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-36 or IB-51), select the desired setting on "Primary
Network".
Primary Network (page 8-24)
Setting the Connection by Using the Wi-Fi Setup Tool
To send the Wi-Fi settings configured in the Wi-Fi Setup Tool to the machine, connect the computer or handheld device
with the machine locally. The connection methods are wired connection via LAN cable and wireless LAN connection (WiFi Direct).
NOTE
• Before using the Wi-Fi Setup Tool, connect your computer to this machine locally with wired LAN cable or Wi-Fi
Direct.
• To use Wi-Fi Direct, confirm that the Wi-Fi Direct is enabled (Wi-Fi Direct is set to [On]) and Restart Network from
the operation panel, before your computer will be connected to this machine with Wi-Fi Direct.
• To use a wired LAN cable directly connected to the machine, the Auto-IP (Link-local) address will be assigned to the
machine and the computer. This machine applies Auto-IP as the default settings.
• Configure the settings on the operation panel if your computer supports WPS.
Wi-Fi Settings (page 8-14)
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
Wired Connection by Using LAN Cable
1
Connect the machine with a computer
1 Connect the machine with a computer via LAN cable when the machine is powered on.
2 Turn on the computer.
IP address (link local address) of the machine and computer is generated automatically.
2
Insert the DVD.
NOTE
• Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
• If the "Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box displays, select
[Cancel].
• If the autorun screen is displayed, click [Run setup.exe].
• If the user account management window appears, click [Yes] ([Allow]).
3
Display the screen.
1 Click [View License Agreement]
and read the License Agreement.
2 Click [Accept].
1
2
4
Select [Maintenance].
5
[Wi-Fi Setup Tool] > [OK]
1
2
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
6
Configure the settings.
1 [Do not use automatic configuration] > [Next] > [Next]
2 [Use LAN cable] > [Next] > [Next]
3 [Easy setup] > [Next]
The machine is detected.
NOTE
• Only one machine can be searched using Wi-Fi Setup Tool. It may take times to search
the machine.
• If the machine is not detected, select [Advanced setup] > [Next]. Select [Express] or
[Custom] as device discovery method and specify the IP address or host name to
search the machine.
4 Select the machine > [Next]
5 Select [Use the device settings.] on [Authentication mode], and enter the login user
name and password. Login user name and Password are both Admin.
6 Configure the communication settings > [Next]
7 Change the settings of access point as necessary > [Next]
The network is configured.
Wireless LAN Connection by Using Wi-Fi Direct
1
Display the screen.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wi-Fi Direct Set] > 
[OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wi-Fi Direct] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
3
Restart the network.
4
Connect a computer or a handheld device with the machine.
5
Insert the DVD.
[▲] [] key > [On] > [OK] key
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Restart Network] > 
[OK] key > [Yes]
Setting Wi-Fi Direct (page 2-23)
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
NOTE
• Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
• If the "Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box displays, select
[Cancel].
• If the autorun screen is displayed, click [Run setup.exe].
• If the user account management window appears, click [Yes] ([Allow]).
6
Display the screen.
1 Click [View License Agreement]
and read the License Agreement.
2 Click [Accept].
1
2
7
Select [Maintenance].
8
[Wi-Fi Setup Tool] > [OK]
1
2
9
Configure the settings.
1 [Do not use automatic configuration] > [Next] > [Next]
2 [Wi-Fi Direct] > [Next] > [Next]
3 [Advanced setup] > [Next]
Select [Express] or [Custom] as device discovery method and specify the IP address or
host name to search the machine.
4 Select the machine > [Next]
5 Select [Use the device settings.] on [Authentication mode], and enter the login user
name and password. Login user name and Password are both Admin.
6 Configure the communication settings > [Next]
7 Change the settings of access point as necessary > [Next]
The network is configured.
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
Setting Wi-Fi Direct
You can install the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-36) on the machine and configure the connection settings
to print in a Wi-Fi Direct environment. The configuration methods are as follows:
Configuring the Connection from the Operation Panel on This Machine
Connecting to Computers or Handheld Devices that Support Wi-Fi Direct
1
Display the screen.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wi-Fi Direct Set] > 
[OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wi-Fi Direct] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
3
Restart the network.
4
Specify the machine name from the computer or handheld
device.
[▲] [] key > [On] > [OK] key
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Restart Network] > [OK] key > [Yes]
If a confirmation message appears on the operation panel of the machine, select [Yes].
The network between this machine and the handheld device is configured.
Connecting to Computers or Handheld Devices Unsupported Wi-Fi Direct
Here, we'll explain the procedures for connecting to iOS handheld devices.
1
Display the screen.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wi-Fi Direct Set] > 
[OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wi-Fi Direct] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
3
Restart the network.
4
[Status] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Wi-Fi Direct] > [OK] key
5
[▲] [▼] key > [Detail Info] > [OK] key
6
Check the network name (SSID), password, and IP address
with the [◄] [►] keys, and make a note this information.
[▲] [] key > [On] > [OK] key
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Restart Network] > [OK] key > [Yes]
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Network Setup
7
Configure the handheld device.
1 [Settings] > [Wi-Fi]
2 Select the network name (SSID) appeared in step 6 from the list.
3 Enter the password that was provided in step 6 > [Connect]
The network between this machine and the handheld device is configured.
Configuring the Connection by Using Push Button
When your computer or handheld device does not support Wi-Fi Direct but supports WPS, you can configure the
network using push button.
1
Display the screen.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wi-Fi Direct Set] > 
[OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Wi-Fi Direct] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
3
Restart the network.
4
[Status] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Wi-Fi Direct] > [OK] key >
[PushButton Setup] > [OK] key
5
Press the push button on the computer or handheld device and
select [Push Button] on the screen of operation panel
simultaneously > [Next].
[▲] [] key > [On] > [OK] key
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Restart Network] > 
[OK] key > [Yes]
The network between this machine and the computer or handheld device is configured.
IMPORTANT
You can connect up to three handheld devices at the same time using Wi-Fi Direct setting. When the devices
that support Wi-Fi Direct are connected, if you want to connect other device, disconnect the alreadyconnected devices from the network. The disconnection methods are as follows:
• Disconnect the network from the computer or handheld computer
• Disconnecting all devices from the network on the operation panel
Select [Wi-Fi Direct] key > [▲] [▼] key > [ConnectionStatus] > [OK] key > [Menu] > [▲] [▼] key >
[Disconnect All] > [OK] key
• Configuring auto disconnecting time from the System menu
Wi-Fi Settings (page 8-14)
• Configuring auto disconnecting time from the Embedded Web Server RX
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
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Installing and Setting up the Machine > Energy Saver function
Energy Saver function
If a certain period of time elapses after the machine is last used, the machine automatically enters sleep mode, which
minimizes power consumption.
Sleep and Auto Sleep
NOTE
If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with administrator privileges.
If user login administration is disabled, the user authentication screen appears. Enter a login user name and
password, and select [Login].
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Auto Sleep
Auto Sleep automatically switches the machine into Sleep if left idle for a preset time.
The default preset time is 1 minute.
To resume, perform the following actions.
•
Select the [OK] key.
The machine will be ready to operate within 15 seconds for PG L2645, 20 seconds for PG L2650 and 25 seconds for
PG L2655.
Note that ambient environmental conditions, such as ventilation, may cause the machine to respond more slowly.
Follow the steps below to set the sleep timer for the machine to go into sleep mode when not in use.
1
Display the screen.
2
Set the Sleep time.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Timer Setting] >
[OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Sleep Timer] > [OK] key
1 Enter the Sleep time.
NOTE
Use the numeric keys or select the [▲] or [▼] key to enter a number.
2 Select the [OK] key.
Status (Sleep Level Set.)
You can set whether sleep mode operates for each function. When the machine enters sleep mode, the ID card cannot
be recognized.
For more information on Status, refer to the following:
Status (page 8-31)
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Sleep Level (Energy Saver and Quick Recovery) (models except for Europe)
For sleep level, you can toggle between the following two modes: Energy Saver mode and Quick Recovery mode. The
default setting is Energy Saver mode.
Energy Saver mode reduces power consumption even more than Quick Recovery mode, and allows Sleep Mode to be
set separately for each function. The ID card cannot be recognized.
NOTE
If the optional Network Interface Kit is installed, this function will not be displayed.
Follow the steps below to select the sleep level and use Energy Saver mode for each function.
1
Display the screen.
2
Select the Sleep level.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Timer Setting] >
[OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Sleep Level Set.] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Sleep Level] > 
[OK] key
[▲] [] key > [Quick Recovery] or [Energy Saver] > [OK] key
When [Energy Saver] is set, next go on to set whether or not to use Energy Saver mode for
each function.
3
Set the Sleep rule.
1 [▲] [] key > [Status] > [OK] key
2 Select the function to be set, and select the [OK] key.
[Card Reader] is displayed when the optional Card Authentication Kit is activated.
3 [▲] [] key > [Off] or [On] > [OK] key
Repeat steps 3-2 to 3-3 to set for a different function.
Power Off Rule (models for Europe)
The Power Off Rule is used to stop the power from automatically turning off.
The default preset time is 3 days.
For more information on Power Off Rule settings, refer to the following:
Power Off Rule (models for Europe) (page 8-31)
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Installing Software
Install appropriate software on your PC from the included DVD (Product Library) if you want to use the printer function of
this machine.
Software on DVD (Windows)
You can use either [Express Install] or [Custom Install] can be selected for the installation method. [Express Install] is
the standard installation method. To install components that cannot be installed by [Express Install], use [Custom Install].
For details on Custom Installation, refer to the following:
Custom Install (page 2-30)
Software
Printing System Driver
Description
Express
Install
This driver enables files on a computer to be printed by the machine.
Multiple page description languages (PCL XL, KPDL, etc.) are supported by
a single driver. This Printing System Driver allows you to take full
advantage of the features of the machine.
Use this driver to create PDF files.
Printing System (XPS) Driver
This Printing System Driver supports the XPS (XML Paper
Specification) format developed by Microsoft Corporation.
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KPDL mini-driver/PCL minidriver
This is a Microsoft MiniDriver that supports PCL and KPDL. There are some
restrictions on the machine features and option features that can be used
with this driver.
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Network Print Monitor
This is a utility that enables monitoring of the machine on the network.
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Status Monitor
This is a utility that monitors the printer status and provides an ongoing
reporting function.
Network Tool for Direct Printing
This makes it possible to print a PDF file without starting Adobe Acrobat/
Reader.
FONTS
These are display fonts that enable the machine's built-in fonts to be used in
a software application.
NOTE
Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
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Installing Software in Windows
Express Install
The following procedure is an example for installing the software in Windows 10 using [Express Install].
For details on Custom Installation, refer to the following:
Custom Install (page 2-30)
1
Insert the DVD.
NOTE
• Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
• If the "Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box displays, select
[Cancel].
• If the autorun screen is displayed, click [Run setup.exe].
• If the user account management window appears, click [Yes].
2
Display the screen.
1 Click [View License Agreement]
and read the License Agreement.
2 Click [Accept].
1
3
2
Select [Express Install].
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4
Install the software.
1
2
3
You can also select [Use host name for port name] and set to use the host name of the
standard TCP/IP port. (A USB connection cannot be used.)
When you click [Install], a screen asking for your cooperation with data collection will be
displayed. Select one of the answer choices and click [OK].
IMPORTANT
If Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct is enabled, be sure to specify the IP address for the port name.
Installation may fail if the host name is specified.
NOTE
• The machine cannot be detected unless it is on. If the computer fails to detect the
machine, verify that it is connected to the computer via a network or USB cable and that it
(Reload).
is turned on and click
• If the Windows security window appears, click [Install this driver software anyway].
• To install Status Monitor on Windows versions preceding Windows 8, it is necessary to
install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 beforehand.
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5
Finish the installation.
When "Your software is ready to use" appears, you can use the software. To print a test
page, click the "Print a test page" checkbox and select the machine.
Click [Finish] to exit the wizard.
If a system restart message appears, restart the computer by following the screen
prompts. This completes the Printing System Driver installation procedure.
Custom Install
The following procedure is an example for installing the software in Windows 10 using [Custom Install].
1
Insert the DVD.
NOTE
• Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
• If the "Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box displays, select
[Cancel].
• If the autorun screen is displayed, click [Run setup.exe].
• If the user account management window appears, click [Yes].
2
Display the screen.
1 Click [View License Agreement]
and read the License Agreement.
2 Click [Accept].
1
3
2
Select [Custom Install].
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4
Install the software.
1 Select the device to be installed.
1
2
IMPORTANT
If Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct is enabled, be sure to specify the IP address for the port
name. Installation may fail if the host name is specified.
NOTE
• The machine cannot be detected unless it is on. If the computer fails to detect the
machine, verify that it is connected to the computer via a network or USB cable and
(Reload).
that it is turned on and click
• If the desired device does not appear, select [Add custom device] to directly select
the device.
2 Select the driver to be installed.
1
2
3
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3 Click [Utilities] tab and select the utility to be installed.
1
2
3
4 Click [Install].
When you click [Install], a screen asking for your cooperation with data collection will be displayed.
Select one of the answer choices and click [OK].
NOTE
To install Status Monitor on Windows versions preceding Windows 8, it is necessary to
install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 beforehand.
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5
Finish the installation.
When "Your software is ready to use" appears, you can use the software. To print a test
page, click the "Print a test page" checkbox and select the machine.
Click [Finish] to exit the wizard.
If a system restart message appears, restart the computer by following the screen
prompts. This completes the Printing System Driver installation procedure.
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Uninstalling the Software
Perform the following procedure to delete the Software from your computer.
NOTE
Uninstallation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
1
Display the screen.
Click the search box in the taskbar, and type “Uninstall Olivetti Product Library” in there.
Select [Uninstall Olivetti Product Library] in the search list. The Software Uninstall Wizard
is displayed.
NOTE
• In Windows 8.1, click [Search] in charms, and enter "Uninstall Olivetti Product Library" in
the search box. Select [Uninstall Olivetti Product Library] in the search list.
• In Windows 7, click [Start] button on the Windows and then select [All Programs],
[Olivetti], and [Uninstall Olivetti Product Library] to display the Uninstall Wizard.
2
Uninstall the software.
Place a check in the check box of the software to be deleted.
1
2
3
Finish uninstalling.
If a system restart message appears, restart the computer by following the screen prompts.
This completes the software uninstallation procedure.
NOTE
• The software can also be uninstalled using the Product Library.
• In the Product Library screen, click [Uninstall], and follow the on-screen instructions to
uninstall the software.
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Installing Software in Mac Computer
The machine's printer functionality can be used by a Mac computer.
NOTE
• Installation on MAC OS must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
• When printing from a Macintosh computer, set the machine's emulation to [KPDL] or [KPDL(Auto)].
Print Settings (page 8-10)
• If connecting by Bonjour, enable Bonjour in the machine's network settings.
Bonjour (page 8-18)
• In the Authenticate screen, enter the name and password used to log in to the operating system.
• When printing via AirPrint, you do not have to install the software.
1
Insert the DVD.
Double-click the [Olivetti] icon.
2
Display the screen.
1
2
Double-click [Olivetti OS X x.x] depending on your Mac OS version.
3
Install the Printing System Driver.
Install the Printing System Driver as directed by the instructions in the installation
software. This completes the Printing System Driver installation.
If a USB connection is used, the machine is automatically recognized and connected. 
If an IP connection is used, the settings below are required.
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4
Configure the printer.
1 Open System Preferences and add the printer.
1
2
2 Select [Default] and click the item that appears in "Name" and then select the driver in "Use".
1
2
3
4
3 The selected machine is added.
NOTE
When using an IP connection, click the IP icon for an IP connection and then enter the
host name or IP address. The number entered in "Address" will automatically appear in
"Name". Change if needed.
4 Select the printer added newly, and click the [Options & Supplies...] to select the options
equipped with the machine.
1
2
3
4
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Checking the Counter
Check the number of sheets printed.
1
Display the screen.
2
Check the counter.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Counter] > [OK] key
Select the item you want to check, and select the [OK] key.
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Additional Preparations for the Administrator
In addition to the information provided in this chapter, the administrator of this machine should check the following, and
configure the settings as needed.
Strengthening the Security
This machine is shipped with two default users registered one with Machine Administrator rights, and another with
Administrator rights.Logging in as this user will allow you to configure all settings; therefore, please change the login
user name and password.
In addition, this machine is equipped with user authentication function, which can be configured to limit the access to this
machine to only those who have a registered login name and password.
User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) (page 9-1)
I want to...
Restrict the users of the machine.
Function
Reference page
User Login
page 9-2
Auto Panel Reset
page 8-31
ID Card Settings*1
page 9-11
Box*2
Prevent another user from handling the
documents stored in the machine.
Custom
Prevent the data stored in the machine from
being leaked.
Data Overwrite*3
Completely delete the data on the machine
before disposing of the machine.
DataSanitization
page 8-36
Protect the transmission from interception and
wiretapping.
IPP over SSL
page 8-21
HTTPS
page 8-21
SMTP Security
Embedded
Web Server RX
User Guide
POP3 Security
Embedded
Web Server RX
User Guide
IPSec
page 8-27
SNMPv3
page 8-19
Encryption*3
*1 The optional Card Authentication Kit is required.
*2 The optional SSD is required.
*3 It is necessary to activate the Data Security Function.
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Data
Encryption/
Overwrite
OPERATION
GUIDE
Installing and Setting up the Machine > Embedded Web Server RX
Embedded Web Server RX
If the machine is connected to the network, you can configure various settings using Embedded Web Server RX.
This section explains how to access Embedded Web Server RX, and how to change security settings and the host name.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
NOTE
To fully access the features of the Embedded Web Server RX pages, enter the User Name and Password and click
[Login]. Entering the predefined administrator password allows the user to access all pages, including Document
Box. The factory default setting for the default user with administrator privileges is shown below. (Upper case and
lower case letters are distinguished (case sensitive).)
Login User Name:
Login Password:
Admin
Admin
Settings that the administrator and general users can configure in Embedded Web Server RX are as follows.
Setting
Description
Administrator
General
User
Device
Information
The machine's structure can be checked.
Job Status
Displays all device information, including print jobs, and job log history.
Document Box
Add or delete document boxes, or delete documents within a document box.
Device Settings
Configure the advanced settings of the machine.
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Function Settings
Configure the advanced function settings.
-
Network Settings
Configure the network advanced settings.
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Security Settings
Configure the security advanced settings.
-
Management
Settings
Configure the advanced management settings.
-
*1 The logged in user may not be able to configure some settings, depending on the permissions of the user.
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Accessing Embedded Web Server RX
1
Display the screen.
1 Launch your Web browser.
2 In the address or location bar, enter the machine's IP address or the host name.
Print the status page to check the machine's IP address and the host name.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report Print] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Status Page] > [OK] key > [Yes]
Examples:
https://192.168.48.21/ (for IP address)
https://MFP001 (if the host name is "MFP001")
The web page displays basic information about the machine and Embedded Web Server RX
as well as their current status.
NOTE
If the screen "There is a problem with this website's security certificate." is displayed,
configure the certificate.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
You can also continue the operation without configuring the certificate.
2
Configure the function.
Select a category from the navigation bar on the left of the screen.
NOTE
To fully access the features of the Embedded Web Server RX pages, enter the User Name
and Password and click [Login]. Entering the predefined administrator password allows the
user to access all pages, including Document Box. The factory default setting for the
default user with administrator privileges is shown below. (Upper case and lower case
letters are distinguished (case sensitive).)
Login User Name:
Login Password:
Admin
Admin
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Changing Security Settings
1
Display the screen.
1 Launch your Web browser.
2 In the address or location bar, enter the machine's IP address or the host name.
Print the status page to check the machine's IP address and the host name.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report Print] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Status Page] > [OK] key > [Yes]
3 Log in with administrator privileges.
The factory default setting for the default user with administrator privileges is shown below. (Upper
case and lower case letters are distinguished (case sensitive).)
Login User Name:
Login Password:
Admin
Admin
4 Click [Security Settings].
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2
Configure the Security Settings.
From the [Security Settings] menu, select the setting you want to configure.
NOTE
For details on settings related to certificates, refer to the following:
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
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Changing Device Information
1
Display the screen.
1 Launch your Web browser.
2 In the address or location bar, enter the machine's IP address or the host name.
Print the status page to check the machine's IP address and the host name.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report Print] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Status Page] > [OK] key > [Yes]
3 Log in with administrator privileges.
The factory default setting for the default user with administrator privileges is shown below. (Upper
case and lower case letters are distinguished (case sensitive).)
Login User Name:
Login Password:
Admin
Admin
4 From the [Device Settings] menu, click [System].
3
1
2
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2
Specify the host name.
Enter the device information, and then click [Submit].
IMPORTANT
After changing the setting, restart the network or turn the machine OFF and then ON.
To restart the network interface card, click [Reset] in the [Management Settings]
menu, and then click [Restart Network] in "Restart".
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E-mail Settings
By configuring the SMTP settings, it is possible to send E-mail notices when jobs have been completed.
To use this function, this machine must be connected to a mail server using the SMTP protocol.
In addition, configure the following.
•
SMTP settings
Item: "SMTP Protocol" and "SMTP Server Name" in "SMTP"
•
The sender address when the machine sends E-mails
Item: "Sender Address" in "E-mail Send Settings"
•
The setting to limit the size of E-mails
Item: "E-mail Size Limit" in "E-mail Send Settings"
The procedure for specifying the SMTP settings is explained below.
1
Display the screen.
Display the SMTP Protocol screen.
1 Launch your Web browser.
2 In the address or location bar, enter the machine's IP address or the host name.
Print the status page to check the machine's IP address and the host name.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report Print] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Status Page] > [OK] key > [Yes]
3 Log in with administrator privileges.
The factory default setting for the default user with administrator privileges is shown below. (Upper
case and lower case letters are distinguished (case sensitive).)
Login User Name:
Login Password:
Admin
Admin
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4 From the [Network Settings] menu, click [Protocol].
1
2
2
Configure the settings.
Set "SMTP (E-mail TX)" to [On] in the "Send Protocols".
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3
Display the screen.
Display the E-mail Settings screen.
From the [Function Settings] menu, click [E-mail].
1
2
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4
Configure the settings.
Enter "SMTP" and "E-mail Send Settings" items.
Setting
SMTP
Description
Set to send e-mail from the machine.
SMTP Protocol
Displays the SMTP protocol settings. Check that "SMTP Protocol"
is set to [On]. If [Off] is set, click [Protocol] and set the SMTP
protocol to [On].
SMTP Server Name*1
Enter the host name or IP address of the SMTP server.
SMTP Port Number
Specify the port number to be used for SMTP. Use the SMTP
default port 25.
SMTP Server Timeout
Set the amount of time to wait before time-out in seconds.
Authentication Protocol
To use SMTP authentication, enter the user information for
authentication.
SMTP Security
Set SMTP security.
Turn on "SMTP Security" in "SMTP (E-mail TX)" on the 
[Protocol Settings] page.
POP3
Connection Test
Tests to confirm that the settings are correct.
Domain Restriction
To restrict the domains, click the [Domain List] and enter the
domain names of addresses to be allowed or rejected. Restriction
can also be specified by e-mail address.
POP3 Protocol
You don't need to set the following items when you only enable the
function of sending e-mail from the machine. Set the following
items if you want to enable the function of receiving e-mail on the
machine.
Check Interval
Run once now
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
Domain Restriction
POP3 User Settings
E-mail
Send
Settings
E-mail Size Limit
Enter the maximum size of E-mail that can be sent in kilobytes.
When E-mail size is greater than this value, an error message
appears and E-mail sending is cancelled. Use this setting if you
have set E-mail Size Limit for SMTP server. If not, enter a value of
0 (zero) to enable E-mail sending regardless of the size limit.
Sender Address*1
Specify the sender address for when the machine sends E-mails,
such as the machine administrator, so that a reply or non-delivery
report will go to a person rather than to the machine. The sender
address must be entered correctly for SMTP authentication. The
maximum length of the sender address is 128 characters.
Signature
Enter the signature. The signature is free form text that will appear
at the end of the E-mail body. It is often used for further
identification of the machine. The maximum length of the
signature is 512 characters.
Function Defaults
Change the function default settings in [Common/Job Default
Settings] page.
*1 Be sure to enter the items.
5
Click [Submit].
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Creating a New Custom Box
NOTE
To use Custom Box, an optional SSD must be installed in the machine.
1
Display the screen.
1 Launch your Web browser.
2 In the address or location bar, enter the machine's IP address or the host name.
Print the status page to check the machine's IP address and the host name.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report Print] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Status Page] > [OK] key > [Yes]
3 From the [Document Box] menu, click [Custom Box].
3
1
2
4 Click [Add].
2
Configure the Custom Box.
1 Enter the box details.
Enter the information for the custom box you want to register. For details on the fields to populate,
refer to the following:
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
2 Click [Submit].
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Printing a document stored in a Custom Box
1
Display the screen.
1 Launch your Web browser.
2 In the address or location bar, enter the machine's IP address or the host name.
Print the status page to check the machine's IP address and the host name.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report Print] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Status Page] > [OK] key > [Yes]
3 From the [Document Box] menu, click [Custom Box].
3
1
2
4 Click the number or name of the Custom Box in which the document is stored.
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2
Print the document.
2
1
1 Select the document you wish to print.
Select the checkbox of the document to be printed.
2 Click [Print].
3 Configure settings for printing, click [Print].
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Preparation before Use
This chapter explains the following operations.
Loading Paper .................................................................................................................................................... 3-2
Precaution for Loading Paper .................................................................................................................. 3-3
Loading in the Cassettes ......................................................................................................................... 3-4
Loading Statement in the Cassettes (PG L2650/PG L2655 for inch models) .......................................... 3-8
Loading Paper in the Multi Purpose Tray ................................................................................................ 3-11
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type ................................................................................................. 3-15
Paper Stopper .................................................................................................................................................. 3-18
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Preparation before Use > Loading Paper
Loading Paper
Load paper in the cassettes and multipurpose tray.
For the paper load methods for each cassette, refer to the page below.
1
2
3
4
5
6
No.
Name
Page
1
Multi Purpose Tray
page 3-11
2
Cassette 1
page 3-4
3
Cassette 2
page 3-4
4
Cassette 3
page 3-4
5
Cassette 4
page 3-4
6
Cassette 5
page 3-4
NOTE
• The number of sheets that can be held varies depending on your environment and paper type.
• You should not use inkjet printer paper or any paper with a special surface coating. (Such paper may cause paper
jams or other faults.)
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Precaution for Loading Paper
When you open a new package of paper, fan the sheets to separate them slightly prior to loading in the following steps.
Fan the paper, then tap it on a level surface.
In addition, note the following points.
•
If the paper is curled or folded, straighten it before loading. Paper that is curled or folded
may cause a jam.
•
Avoid exposing opened paper to high temperatures and high humidity as dampness can be 
a cause of problems. Seal any remaining paper after loading in the multi purpose tray or
cassettes back in the paper storage bag.
•
If the machine will not be used for a prolonged period, protect all paper from humidity by
removing it from the cassettes and sealing it in the paper storage bag.
IMPORTANT
If you print onto used paper (paper already used for printing), do not use paper that is
stapled or clipped together. This may damage the machine or cause poor image
quality.
NOTE
If you use special paper such as letterhead, paper with holes or paper with pre-prints like
logo or company name, refer to the following:
Paper (page 11-13)
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Preparation before Use > Loading Paper
Loading in the Cassettes
The cassettes can hold plain paper, recycled paper or color paper.
The number of sheets that can be loaded in each cassette is shown below.
Cassette
No. Sheets
500 sheets (Plain paper: 80 g/m2)
Cassettes 1 to 5
For details of the supported paper sizes, refer to the following:
Choosing the Appropriate Paper (page 11-14)
NOTE
A6 can only be used in Cassette 1 of the PG L2650/PG L2655. B6 and Postcard
cannot be used in Cassette 1 of the PG L2645.
For the paper type setting, refer to the following:
Media Type Setting (page 8-9)
IMPORTANT
• The cassettes can hold paper with weight between 60 - 120 g/m2.
• Do not load thick paper that is heavier than 120 g/m2 in the cassettes. Use the multi purpose tray for paper
that is heavier than 120 g/m2.
1
Pull the cassette completely out of the machine.
NOTE
When pulling the cassette out of the machine, ensure it is supported and does not fall out.
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2
Adjust the cassette size.
1 Adjust the position of the paper width guides located on the left and right sides of the
cassette. Press the paper width adjusting tab and slide the guides to the paper size
required.
Paper sizes are marked on the cassette.
2 Adjust the paper length guide to the paper size required. Press the paper length adjusting
tab and slide the guides to the paper size required.
NOTE
If you are going to use paper that is longer than A4, pull out the paper length guide
backwards.
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3 Turn the size dial so that the size of the paper you are going to use appears in the paper
size window.
NOTE
When the size dial is set to "Other" the paper size must be set into the machine on the
operation panel.
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type (page 3-15)
3
Press the bottom plate down until it locks. (PG L2645 only)
4
Load paper.
1 Fan the paper, then tap it on a level surface to avoid paper jams or skewed printing.
2 Load the paper in the cassette.
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IMPORTANT
• Load the paper with the print side facing down.
• After removing new paper from its packaging, fan the paper before loading it in the cassette.
Precaution for Loading Paper (page 3-3)
• Before loading the paper, be sure that it is not curled or folded. Paper that is
curled or folded may cause paper jams.
• Ensure that the loaded paper does not exceed the level indicator (see illustration above).
• If paper is loaded without adjusting the paper length guide and paper width
guide, the paper may skew or become jammed.
5
Gently push the cassette back in.
6
Specify the type of paper loaded in the cassette using the
operation panel.
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type (page 3-15)
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Loading Statement in the Cassettes
(PG L2650/PG L2655 for inch models)
Load Statement in the cassettes. Here, we'll explain the procedures for cassette 1, as an example.
1
Pull the cassette completely out of the machine.
NOTE
When pulling the cassette out of the machine, ensure it is supported and does not fall out.
2
Adjust the cassette size.
1 Adjust the position of the paper width guides located on the left and right sides of the
cassette. Press the paper width adjusting tab and slide the guides to the Letter/Legal size.
Paper sizes are marked on the cassette.
2 Adjust the paper length guide to the paper size required. Press the paper length adjusting
tab and slide the guides to the A6 size.
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3 Attach the auxiliary guide to the paper length guide as shown in the illustration.
4 Turn the size dial so that "Other" appears in the paper size window.
3
Load paper.
1 Fan the paper, then tap it on a level surface to avoid paper jams or skewed printing.
2 Load the paper in the cassette.
IMPORTANT
• Load the paper with the print side facing down.
• After removing new paper from its packaging, fan the paper before loading it in
the cassette.
Precaution for Loading Paper (page 3-3)
• Before loading the paper, be sure that it is not curled or folded. Paper that is
curled or folded may cause paper jams.
• Ensure that the loaded paper does not exceed the level indicator (see illustration
above).
• If paper is loaded without adjusting the paper length guide and paper width
guide, the paper may skew or become jammed.
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4
Gently push the cassette back in.
5
Specify the type of paper loaded in the cassette using the
operation panel.
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type (page 3-15)
NOTE
When removing the auxiliary guide, hold down the paper length adjusting tab and removing
the auxiliary guide.
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Loading Paper in the Multi Purpose Tray
The multi purpose tray will hold up to 100 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m2).
For details of the supported paper sizes, refer to the following:
Choosing the Appropriate Paper (page 11-14)
For the paper type setting, refer to the following:
Media Type Setting (page 8-9)
Be sure to use the multi purpose tray when you print on any special paper.
IMPORTANT
• If you are using a paper weight of 106 g/m2 or more, set the media type to Thick and set the weight of the
paper you are using.
• Remove each transparency from the top tray as it is printed. Leaving transparencies in the top tray may
cause a paper jam.
The capacity of the multi purpose tray is as follows.
•
Plain paper (80 g/m2), recycled paper or color paper: 100 sheets
•
Thick paper (106 to 220 g/m2): 5 sheets
•
Thick paper (104.7 g/m2): 100 sheets
•
Hagaki (Cardstock): 1 sheets
•
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Envelope #10, Envelope #9, Envelope #6 3/4, Envelope Monarch, Youkei 4, Youkei 2: 
5 sheets
•
OHP film: 1 sheet
NOTE
• When you load custom size paper, enter the paper size by referring to the following:
Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting or the Bulk Feeder (Bulk Feeder Setting))
(page 3-17)
• When you use special paper such as transparencies or thick paper, select the media type by referring to the
following:
Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting or the Bulk Feeder (Bulk Feeder Setting))
(page 3-17)
1
Open the multi purpose tray.
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2
Pull out the support tray section of the MP tray.
3
Adjust the multi purpose tray size.
4
Load paper.
Paper sizes are marked on the multi purpose tray.
Insert the paper along the paper width guides into the tray until it stops.
After removing new paper from its packaging, fan the paper before loading it in the multi
purpose tray.
Precaution for Loading Paper (page 3-3)
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IMPORTANT
• When loading the paper, keep the print side facing up.
• Curled paper must be uncurled before use.
• When loading paper into the multi purpose tray, check that there is no paper left
over in the tray from a previous job before loading the paper. If there is just a small
amount of paper left over in the multi purpose tray and you want to add more, first
remove the left-over paper from the tray and include it with the new paper before
loading the paper back into the tray.
• If there is a gap between the paper and the paper width guides, readjust the guides
to fit the paper in order to prevent skewed feeding and paper jams.
• Ensure that the loaded paper does not exceed the level indicator (see illustration
above).
5
Specify the type of paper loaded in the multi purpose tray using
the operation panel.
Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting or the Bulk Feeder (Bulk
Feeder Setting)) (page 3-17)
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When you load envelopes or cardstock in the multi purpose tray
Load the paper with the print side facing up. For the procedure for printing, refer to the following:
Printing System Driver User Guide
Example: When printing the address.
Close the flap.
Oufuku hagaki
(Return postcard)
Hagaki
(Cardstocks)
Portrait form
envelopes
Landscape form
envelopes
Open the flap
IMPORTANT
• Use unfolded Oufuku hagaki (Return postcard).
• How to load envelopes (orientation and facing) will differ depending on the type of envelope. Be sure to
load it in correctly, otherwise printing may be done in the wrong direction or on the wrong face.
NOTE
When you load envelopes in the multi purpose tray, select the envelope type by referring to the following:
Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting or the Bulk Feeder (Bulk Feeder Setting))
(page 3-17)
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Specifying Paper Size and Media Type
The default paper size setting for cassette 1, for the multi purpose tray, for the optional paper feeder (cassettes 2 to 5)
and optional bulk feeder is "A4" or "Letter", and the default media type setting is "Plain".
To change the type of paper to be used in cassettes, specify the paper size and media type setting.
Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassettes
Specify the paper size and media type of paper to be used in cassettes.
Item
Description
Media Type*1
Select the media type.
Values
Cassette 1: Plain, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled, Rough, Letterhead, Color, Prepunched,
High Quality, CUSTOM 1 - 8
Cassette 2 to 5: Plain, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled, Rough, Letterhead, Color,
Prepunched, Envelope, High Quality, CUSTOM 1 - 8
Other Paper Size
Available options are as follows:
Values
Cassette 1: Envelope DL*2, Envelope C5, Executive, Letter, Legal, A4, B5, A5, A5 (Landscape),
A6*2, B6*2, ISO B5, Custom, Oufuku Hagaki*2, Oficio II, 216 × 340 mm, 16K, Statement,
Statement (Landscape)*3, Folio
Custom PaperSize*4
Cassette 2 to 5: Envelope Monarch, Envelope #10, Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Executive,
Letter, Legal, A4, B5, A5, B6, Envelope #9, Envelope #6, ISO B5, Custom, Oufuku Hagaki, Oficio
II, 216 × 340 mm, 16K, Statement, Folio, Youkei 2, Youkei 4
Register the custom paper size to be used in Cassettes 1 to 5.
Values
Cassette 1:
Metric
PG L2645
X: 140 to 216 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 210 to 356 mm (in 1 mm increments)
PG L2650/PG L2655
X: 105 to 216 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 148 to 356 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Inch
PG L2645
X: 5.50 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 8.25 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
PG L2650/PG L2655
X: 4.13 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 5.83 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
Cassette 2 to 5:
Metric
X: 92 to 216 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 162 to 356 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Inch
X: 3.62 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 6.38 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
X=Width, Y=Length
Vertical
Landscape
*1 To change to a media type other than "Plain".
Media Type Setting (page 8-9)
When a paper weight that cannot be loaded in the cassette is set for a media type, that media type does not appear.
*2 PG L2650/PG L2655 only.
*3 PG L2650/PG L2655 inch models only.
*4 Appears when [Custom] is selected in Other Paper Size.
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Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassettes:
If the size dial is set to one of the sizes below, set the media type.
"A4", "A5", "B5", "Letter", "Legal" or "A6" (Cassette 1 only)
If the size dial is set to "Other", configure the settings for the paper size and the media type.
1
Display the screen.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Paper Settings] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > 
[Cassette 1 (to 5) Set.] > [OK] key
NOTE
[Cassette 2] to [Cassette 5] are shown when the optional paper feeder is installed.
2
Specify the media type.
1 [▲] [] key > [Media Type] > [OK] key
2 Select the media type, and select the [OK] key.
3
Specify the paper size.
1 [▲] [] key > [Other Paper Size] > [OK] key
2 Select the paper size, and select the [OK] key.
If you selected [Custom], use the procedure below to specify the paper length and width.
3 [▲] [] key > [Custom PaperSize] in "Cassette 1 (to 5) Set." > [OK] key > [▲] [] key >
[Measurement] > [OK] key
4 Select the paper size units, and select the [OK] key.
5 [▲] [] key > [Size Entry(Y)] > [OK] key
6 Enter the paper length, and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
Use the numeric keys or select the [▲] or [▼] key to enter a number.
7 [▲] [] key > [Size Entry(X)] > [OK] key
8 Enter the paper width, and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
Use the numeric keys or select the [▲] or [▼] key to enter a number.
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Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting or the Bulk Feeder (Bulk Feeder Setting))
Specify the paper size and media type of paper to be used in the multi purpose tray.
Item
Description
Paper Size
Available options are as follows:
Values: 
MP Tray: Envelope Monarch, Envelope #10, Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Executive,
Letter, Legal, A4, B5, A5, A5 (Landscape), A6, B6, Envelope #9, Envelope #6, ISO B5,
Custom, Hagaki (Cardstock), Oufuku hagaki (Return postcard), Oficio II, 216 × 340 mm,
16K, Statement, Statement (Landscape), Folio, Youkei 2, Youkei 4
Bulk Feeder: Envelope Monarch, Envelope #10, Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Executive,
Letter, A4, B5, A5, A6, B6, Envelope #9, Envelope #6, ISO B5, Custom, Hagaki, Oufuku
Hagaki, 16K, Statement, Youkei 2, Youkei 4
Media Type*1
Select the media type.
Values: 
MP Tray: Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, 
Vellum, Rough, Letterhead, Color, Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Thick, High
Quality, Custom 1 - 8
Bulk Feeder: Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, Vellum, Rough,
Letterhead, Color, Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Thick, High Quality, CUSTOM 1 - 8
*1 To change to a media type other than Plain.
Media Type Setting (page 8-9)
1
Display the screen.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [Paper Settings] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [MP Tray Set.] or
[Bulk Feeder Set.]> [OK] key
NOTE
[Bulk Feeder Set.] are shown when the optional bulk feeder is installed.
2
Specify the paper size.
1 [▲] [] key > [Paper Size] > [OK] key
2 Select the paper size, and select the [OK] key.
3
Specify the media type.
1 [▲] [] key > [Media Type] > [OK] key
2 Select the media type, and select the [OK] key.
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Paper Stopper
When using paper A4/Letter or larger, open the paper stopper shown in the figure.
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Printing from PC
This chapter explains the following topics:
Printing from PC ................................................................................................................................................. 4-2
Printing on Non-standard Sized Paper .................................................................................................... 4-4
Banner printing ........................................................................................................................................ 4-5
Printing System Driver Print Settings Screen ........................................................................................... 4-9
Printing System Driver Help ................................................................................................................... 4-10
Changing the Default Printing System Driver Settings (Windows 10) .................................................... 4-10
Canceling Printing from a Computer ...................................................................................................... 4-10
Printing by AirPrint ............................................................................................................................................ 4-11
Printing by Google Cloud Print .......................................................................................................................... 4-11
Printing with Wi-Fi Direct ................................................................................................................................... 4-11
Printing Data Saved on the Printer ...................................................................................................................
Specifying the Job Box from a Computer and Storing the Job ..............................................................
Printing Documents from Private Print Box ............................................................................................
Printing Document from Stored Job Box ................................................................................................
Printing Document from Quick Copy Box ..............................................................................................
Printing Document from Proof and Hold Box .........................................................................................
Job Box Setting ................................................................................................................................................
Status Monitor ..................................................................................................................................................
Accessing the Status Monitor ................................................................................................................
Exiting the Status Monitor ......................................................................................................................
Status Monitor Display ...........................................................................................................................
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Printing from PC
Follow the steps below to print documents from applications.
NOTE
• To print the document from applications, install the Printing System Driver on your computer from the supplied DVD
(Product Library).
• In some environments, the current settings are displayed at the bottom of the Printing System Driver.
• When printing the cardstock or envelopes, load the cardstock or envelopes in the multi purpose tray before
performing the following procedure.
When you load envelopes or cardstock in the multi purpose tray (page 3-14)
1
Display the screen.
2
Configure the settings.
Click [File] and select [Print] in the application.
1 Select the machine from the "Printer" menu and click the [Properties] button.
1
2
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2 Select the [Basic] tab.
3 Click "Print size" menu and select the paper size to use for printing.
To load the paper of size that is not included in print sizes of the machine such as cardstock or
envelopes, the paper size needs to be registered.
Printing on Non-standard Sized Paper (page 4-4)
To print on the special paper such as thick paper or transparency, click "Media type" menu and select
the media type.
4 Click [OK] button to return to the Print dialog box.
3
Start printing.
Click the [OK] button.
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Printing on Non-standard Sized Paper
If you loaded a paper size that is not included in the print sizes of the machine, register the paper size in the [Basic]
tab of the print settings screen of the Printing System Driver.
The registered size can be selected from the "Print size" menu.
NOTE
To execute printing at the machine, set the paper size and type in the following:
Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray (MP Tray Setting or the Bulk Feeder (Bulk Feeder
Setting)) (page 3-17)
1
Display the print settings screen.
2
Register the paper size.
1 Click the [Basic] tab.
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1
2
2 Click the [Page Sizes...] button.
3 Click the [New] button.
10
9
4 Enter the paper size.
5 Enter the name of the paper.
6 Click the [Save] button.
7 Click the [OK] button.
8 In the "Print size" menu, select the paper size
(name) that you registered in steps 4 to 7.
9 Select the type of paper in the "Media type"
menu.
10 Click [Multipurpose tray] in the "Source"
menu.
4
3
5
7
6
NOTE
If you loaded a postcard or envelope, select [Cardstock] or [Envelope] in the "Media type" menu.
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Printing from PC > Printing from PC
Banner printing
When a document length from 470.1 mm (18.51") to a maximum of 915.0 mm (36.03") is specified for printing, the print
job is treated as banner printing.
Follow the steps below to set banner paper in the Printing System Driver.
1
Display the screen.
2
Configure the settings.
Click [File] and select [Print] in the application.
1 Select the machine from the "Name" menu and click the [Properties] button.
1
2 Select the [Basic] tab.
2
3
3 Click the [Page Sizes...] button.
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3
Register the paper size.
2 1
3
4
5
1 Click the [New] button.
2 Enter the length (470.1 mm (18.52") or longer), and width of the custom paper size being
registered.
3 Enter the name of the paper.
4 Click the [Save] button.
5 Click the [OK] button.
4
Configure the print paper size.
1 Click "Print size" menu and select the paper size registered in step 3.
1
2
2 Click the [OK] button.
NOTE
When banner printing, a resolution of 600 dpi is set.
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5
Load paper.
1 Open the multi purpose tray and extend the support tray section of the multi purpose tray.
2 Load paper.
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6
Start printing.
Click the [OK] button.
When you execute printing in this case, a message appears on the machine's operation panel.
Place the paper in the Multi Purpose tray, continue to support it so that it does not fall, and
select [Continue]. To cancel printing, select [Cancel].
Use MP tray to print
on this paper.
Custom
Plain
Continue
IMPORTANT
• When printing multiple banner sheets, set the paper every time printing one sheet
and select [Continue].
• After pressing [Continue], support the paper with both hands so that it feeds in
correctly.
• After printing starts, catch the paper when it is output so that it does not fall. When
using the inner tray as the output location, do not stand up the stopper.
Set whether the confirmation screen appears before each sheet is printed when printing
multiple banner sheets.
Msg Banner Print (page 8-33)
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Printing System Driver Print Settings Screen
The Printing System Driver print settings screen allows you to configure a variety of print-related settings.
Printing System Driver User Guide
1
3
2
No.
1
Description
[Quick Print] tab
Provides icons that can be used to easily configure frequently used functions. Each time you click an icon, it
changes to an image resembling the print results and applies the settings.
[Basic] tab
This tab groups basic functions that are frequently used. You can use it to configure the paper size, and
duplex printing.
[Layout] tab
This tab lets you configure settings for printing various layouts, including booklet printing, combine mode,
poster printing, and scaling.
[Imaging] tab
This tab lets you configure settings related to the quality of the print results.
[Publishing] tab
This tab lets you create covers and inserts for print jobs and put inserts between sheets of OHP film.
[Job] tab
This tab lets you configure settings for saving print data from the computer to the machine. Regularly used
documents and other data can be saved to the machine for easy printing later. Since saved documents can
be printed directly from the machine, this function is also convenient when you wish to print a document that
you don't want others to see.
[Advanced] tab
This tab lets you configure settings for adding text pages or watermarks to print data.
2
[Profiles]
Printing System Driver settings can be saved as a profile. Saved profiles can be recalled at any
time, so it's a convenient practice to save frequently used settings.
3
[Reset]
Click to revert settings to their initial values.
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Printing System Driver Help
The Printing System Driver includes Help. To learn about print settings, open the Printing System Driver print
settings screen and display Help as explained below.
1
2
1 Click the [?] button in the upper right corner of the
screen and then click the item you want to know
about.
2 Click the item you want to know about and press
the [F1] key on your keyboard.
Changing the Default Printing System Driver Settings
(Windows 10)
The default Printing System Driver settings can be changed. By selecting frequently used settings, you can omit
steps when printing. For the settings, refer to the following:
Printing System Driver User Guide
1 Click [Start] button on the Windows and then select [Windows System], [Control Panel],
and [View devices and printers].
2 Right-click the Printing System Driver icon of the machine, and click the [Print Setup] menu of the
Printing System Driver.
3 Select the default settings and click the [OK] button.
Canceling Printing from a Computer
To cancel a print job executed using the Printing System Driver before the printer begins printing, do the following:
NOTE
When canceling printing from this machine, refer to the following:
Canceling Jobs (page 5-2)
1 Double-click the printer icon (
) displayed on the taskbar at the bottom right of the
Windows desktop to display a dialog box for the printer.
2 Click the file for which you wish to cancel printing and select [Cancel] from the "Document"
menu.
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Printing by AirPrint
AirPrint is a printing function that is included standard in iOS 4.2 and later products, and Mac OS X 10.7 and later
products.
This function enables you to connect and print to any AirPrint compatible device without installing a Printing System Driver.
To allow the machine to be found when printing by AirPrint, you can set machine location information in
Embedded Web Server RX.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
Printing by Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print is a printing service provided by Google and does not require a Printing System Driver. This service
enables a user with a Google account to print from a machine connected to the Internet.
The machine can be configured in the Embedded Web Server RX.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
NOTE
A Google account is necessary to use Google Cloud Print. Obtain a Google account if you do not have one.
It is also necessary to register the machine with the Google Cloud Print service in advance. The machine can be
registered from a PC connected to the same network.
Printing with Wi-Fi Direct
Wi-Fi Direct is a wireless LAN standard that Wi-Fi Alliance has been established. This is one of the functions of the
wireless LAN, without a wireless LAN access point or wireless LAN router, between devices can communicate directly
on a peer to peer basis.
The printing procedure by the Wi-Fi Direct is the same as that from the normal handheld devices.
When you use a printer name or Bonjour name on the port settings of the printer property, you can print the job by
specifying the name at Wi-Fi Direct connection.
When you use an IP address for the port, specify the IP address of this machine.
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Printing Data Saved on the Printer
If you configure settings in the [Job] tab of the Printing System Driver and then print, the print job will be saved in
the Job Box (memory) and printing can be executed at the machine.
Follow the work flow below when using Job Box.
Specifying the Job Box from a computer and sending the print job. (page 4-12)
Using the operation panel to specify a file within a Box and printing it.
You can print the documents from the following boxes.
Printing Documents from Private Print Box (page 4-13)
Printing Document from Stored Job Box (page 4-15)
Printing Document from Quick Copy Box (page 4-17)
Printing Document from Proof and Hold Box (page 4-19)
Specifying the Job Box from a Computer and Storing
the Job
Use the procedure below to store data in a Job Box.
1 Click [File] and select [Print] in the application. The Print dialog box displays.
2 Select the machine from the "Name" menu.
3 Click the [Properties] button. The Properties dialog box displays.
4 Click the [Job] tab and select the [Job storage (e-MPS)] check box to set the function.
NOTE
• To use Stored Job Box and Quick Copy Box, an optional SSD must be installed in the
machine.
• For information on how to use the Printing System Driver software, refer to the following:
Printing System Driver User Guide
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Printing Documents from Private Print Box
In Private Printing, you can specify that a job is not to be printed until you operate the machine. When sending the job
from the application software, specify a 4-digit access code in the Printing System Driver. The job is released for
printing by entering the access code on the operation panel, ensuring confidentiality of the print job. The data will be
deleted upon completion of the print job or after the power switch is turned off.
The following operations are possible:
Printing the Documents (page 4-13)
Deleting the Documents (page 4-14)
Printing the Documents
Print the documents stored in a Private Print box. The procedure is as follows.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Private/Stored] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the creator of the document, and select the [OK] key.
2
Print the document.
1 Select the document to print, and [Select] > [OK] key.
The file is selected. A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
2 [▲] [] key > [Print] > [OK] key
3 Specify the number of copies to print as desired, and the [OK] key > [Yes].
Printing starts.
Upon completion of printing, the Private/Stored job is automatically deleted.
NOTE
If the document is protected by an access code, the password entry screen will be
displayed. Enter the password using the numeric keys.
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Deleting the Documents
Delete the documents stored in a Private Print box. The procedure is as follows.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Private/Stored] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the creator of the document, and select the [OK] key.
2
Delete the document.
1 Select the document to delete, and [Select] > [OK] key.
The file is selected. A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
2 [▲] [] key > [Delete] > [OK] key > [Yes]
The document is deleted.
NOTE
If the document is protected by an access code, the password entry screen will be
displayed. Enter the password using the numeric keys.
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Printing from PC > Printing Data Saved on the Printer
Printing Document from Stored Job Box
In Stored Job, the print data sent from the application is saved to the machine. You can set up an access code as
necessary. If you set up an access code, enter the access code when printing. Print data will be stored in the Stored Job
Box after printing. This will allow printing of the same print data repeatedly.
The following operations are possible:
Printing the Documents (page 4-15)
Deleting the Documents (page 4-16)
Printing the Documents
Print the documents stored in a Stored Job box. The procedure is as follows.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Private/Stored] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the creator of the document, and select the [OK] key.
2
Print the document.
1 Select the document to print, and [Select] > [OK] key.
The file is selected. A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
2 [▲] [] key > [Print] > [OK] key
3 Specify the number of copies to print as desired, and the [OK] key > [Yes].
Printing starts.
NOTE
If the document is protected by an access code, the password entry screen will be
displayed. Enter the password using the numeric keys.
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Printing from PC > Printing Data Saved on the Printer
Deleting the Documents
Delete the documents stored in a Stored Job box. The procedure is as follows.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Private/Stored] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the creator of the document, and select the [OK] key.
2
Print and delete the document.
1 Select the document to delete, and [Select] > [OK] key.
The file is selected. A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
2 [▲] [▼] key > [Delete] > [OK] key > [Yes]
The document is deleted.
NOTE
If the document is protected by an access code, the password entry screen will be
displayed. Enter the password using the numeric keys.
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Printing from PC > Printing Data Saved on the Printer
Printing Document from Quick Copy Box
Quick Copy feature facilitates additional prints of a document already printed. Activating Quick Copy and printing a
document using the Printing System Driver allow the print data to be stored in the Quick Copy Job Box. When
additional copies are required, you can reprint the required number of copies from the operation panel. By default, up
to 32 documents can be stored. When power is turned off, all stored jobs will be deleted.
NOTE
• When the number of jobs reaches the limit, the oldest job will be overwritten by the new one.
• To maintain free space on the box, you can set the maximum number of stored jobs.
Quick Copy Jobs (page 4-21)
The following operations are possible:
Printing the Documents (page 4-17)
Deleting the Documents (page 4-18)
Printing the Documents
You can print the documents stored in the Quick Copy box. The procedure is as follows.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Quick Copy] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the creator of the document, and select the [OK] key.
2
Print the document.
1 Select the document to print, and [Select] > [OK] key.
The file is selected. A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
2 [▲] [] key > [Print] > [OK] key
3 Specify the number of copies to print as desired, and the [OK] key > [Yes].
Printing starts.
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Printing from PC > Printing Data Saved on the Printer
Deleting the Documents
You can delete the documents stored in the Quick Copy box. The procedure is as follows.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Quick Copy] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the creator of the document, and select the [OK] key.
2
Delete the document.
1 Select the document to delete, and [Select] > [OK] key.
The file is selected. A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
2 [▲] [] key > [Delete] > [OK] key > [Yes]
The document is deleted.
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Printing from PC > Printing Data Saved on the Printer
Printing Document from Proof and Hold Box
The Proof and Hold feature produces only a single proof print of multiple-print job and holds printing of the remaining
copies. Printing a multiple-print job in Proof and Hold using the Printing System Driver allows only a single copy to be
printed while maintaining the document data in the Job Box. To continue to print the remaining copies, use the
operation panel. You can change the number of copies to print.
The following operations are possible:
Printing the Documents (page 4-19)
Deleting the Documents (page 4-20)
Printing the Documents
You can print the documents stored in the Proof and Hold box. The procedure is as follows.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Quick Copy] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the creator of the document, and select the [OK] key.
2
Print the document.
1 Select the document to print, and [Select] > [OK] key.
The file is selected. A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
2 [▲] [] key > [Print] > [OK] key
3 Specify the number of copies to print as desired, and the [OK] key > [Yes].
Printing starts.
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Printing from PC > Printing Data Saved on the Printer
Deleting the Documents
You can delete the documents stored in the Proof and Hold box. The procedure is as follows.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Quick Copy] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the creator of the document, and select the [OK] key.
2
Delete the document.
1 Select the document to delete, and [Select] > [OK] key.
The file is selected. A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
2 [▲] [] key > [Delete] > [OK] key > [Yes]
The document is deleted.
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Printing from PC > Job Box Setting
Job Box Setting
Configures settings for Job Box.
1
Display the screen.
[Document Box] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box Setting] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Custom Box, display the Job Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Job Box] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
The available settings are shown below.
Item
Quick Copy Jobs
Description
To maintain free space on the box, you can set the maximum number of
stored jobs.
Value: number between 0 and 300
NOTE
When 0 is set, Quick Copy cannot be used.
JobRet. Deletion
This setting specifies that documents, such as Private Printing, Quick
Copying, or Proof and Hold Printing, saved temporarily in the job box are
automatically deleted after they have been saved for a set time.
Value: Off, 1 hour, 4 hours, 1 day, 1 week
NOTE
This function is valid for documents saved after the function is set.
Regardless of this function setting, temporary documents are deleted
when the main power switch is turned off.
Storage Media
Select which storage media to use.
Value: SSD, SD Card
NOTE
This setting is not displayed if the optional SSD or SD card is not
installed.
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Printing from PC > Status Monitor
Status Monitor
The Status Monitor monitors the printer status and provides an ongoing reporting function.
NOTE
When you activate Status Monitor, check the status below.
• Printing System Driver is installed.
• Either [Enhanced WSD] or [EnhancedWSD(SSL)] are set to [On] in "TCP/IP Settings".
TCP/IP Settings (page 8-18)
Accessing the Status Monitor
The Status Monitor also starts up when printing is started.
Exiting the Status Monitor
Use either of the methods listed below to exit the Status Monitor.
•
Exit manually:
Click the settings icon and select Exit in the menu to exit the Status Monitor.
•
Exit automatically:
The Status Monitor automatically shuts down after 7 minutes if it is not being used.
Status Monitor Display
The display of the Status Monitor is as follows.
Quick View State
The status of the printer is displayed using icons. Detailed information is displayed when the Expand button is clicked.
Settings icon
Expand button
Alert Tab
Toner Status Tab
Paper Tray Status Tab
Printing Progress Tab
Detailed information is displayed by clicking on each icon tab.
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Printing from PC > Status Monitor
Printing Progress Tab
The status of the print jobs is displayed.
Job list
Status icon
Select a job on the job list and it can be canceled using the menu displayed with a right-click.
Paper Tray Status Tab
Information is displayed about the paper in the printer and about the amount of paper remaining.
Toner Status Tab
The amount of toner remaining is displayed.
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Printing from PC > Status Monitor
Alert Tab
If an error occurs, a notice is displayed using a 3D image and a message.
Status Monitor Context Menu
The following menu is displayed when the settings icon is clicked.
•
Embedded Web Server RX
If the printer is connected to a TCP/IP network and has its own IP address, use a web browser to access the
Embedded Web Server RX to modify or confirm the network settings.This menu is not displayed when using
USB connection.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
•
Notification…
This sets the display of the Status Monitor.
Status Monitor Notification Settings (page 4-25)
•
Exit
Exits the Status Monitor.
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Printing from PC > Status Monitor
Status Monitor Notification Settings
The Status Monitor settings and event list details are displayed.
Select whether notification is performed when an error in the event list occurs.
1
Select Enable event notification.
2
Select an event to use with the text to speech function in
Available events.
3
Click Sound file / Text to Speech column.
If this setting is set to Off, then the Status Monitor will not start up even when printing is
executed.
Click the browse (...) button to notify the event by sound file.
NOTE
The available file format is WAV.
When customizing the message texts to read on the screen aloud, enter the texts in the text
box.
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5
Operation on the Machine
This chapter explains the following topics:
Canceling Jobs .................................................................................................................................................. 5-2
What is Document Box? .................................................................................................................................... 5-3
Using a Custom Box .......................................................................................................................................... 5-5
Creating a New Custom Box ................................................................................................................... 5-5
Editing and Deleting Custom Box ............................................................................................................ 5-7
Storing Documents .................................................................................................................................. 5-7
Printing Documents .................................................................................................................................. 5-8
Editing Documents ................................................................................................................................... 5-9
Deleting Documents ............................................................................................................................... 5-10
Printing Documents Stored in Removable USB Drive ....................................................................................... 5-11
Removing USB Drive ....................................................................................................................................... 5-13
5-1
Operation on the Machine > Canceling Jobs
Canceling Jobs
You can also cancel jobs by selecting the [Cancel] key.
1
While the printer displays "Processing.", select [Cancel] key.
2
Cancel a job.
The "Job Cancel List" appears, showing the list of current print jobs.
1 Select the job to cancel, and the [OK] key.
2 Select [Yes].
The job is canceled.
NOTE
"Canceling..." appears on the message display and printing stops after the current page
is printed.
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Operation on the Machine > What is Document Box?
What is Document Box?
Document Box contains four types of component boxes which provide the following functions.
The following types of document boxes are available.
Custom Box (page 5-5)
Custom Box is a component box which you can create within the Document Box and store data for later retrieval. You
can create or delete a Custom Box, and manipulate data in various ways as described below:
Creating a New Custom Box (page 5-5)
Storing Documents (page 5-7)
Printing Documents (page 5-8)
Editing Documents (page 5-9)
Deleting Documents (page 5-10)
NOTE
To use Custom Box, an optional SSD must be installed in the machine.
Job Box
This is a box to save jobs executed from a PC.
NOTE
• You can set up the machine so that temporary documents in job boxes are automatically deleted.
JobRet. Deletion (page 4-21)
• For details on operating the Job Box, refer to the following:
Printing Data Saved on the Printer (page 4-12)
Private Print/Stored Job Box (page 4-13, page 4-15)
In Private Printing, you can specify that a job is not to be printed until you operate the machine. When sending the job
from the application software, specify a 4-digit access code in the Printing System Driver. The job is released for
printing by entering the access code on the operation panel, ensuring confidentiality of the print job. The data will be
deleted upon completion of the print job or after the power switch is turned off.
In Stored Job, the print data sent from the application is saved to the machine. You can set up an access code as
necessary. If you set up an access code, enter the access code when printing. Print data will be stored in the Job Box
after printing. This will allow printing of the same print data repeatedly.
Quick Copy/Proof and Hold Box (page 4-17, page 4-19)
Quick Copy feature facilitates additional prints of a document already printed. Activating Quick Copy and printing a
document using the Printing System Driver allow the print data to be stored in the Job Box. When additional copies
are required, you can reprint the required number of copies from the operation panel. By default, up to 32 documents
can be stored. When power is turned off, all stored jobs will be deleted.
NOTE
When you attempt to store documents in excess of the above maximum, the oldest document data will be overwritten
by the latest document data.
The Proof and Hold feature produces only a single proof print of multiple-print job and holds printing of the remaining
copies. Printing a multiple-print job in Proof and Hold using the Printing System Driver allows only a single copy to be
printed while maintaining the document data in the Job Box. To continue to print the remaining copies, use the
operation panel. You can change the number of copies to print.
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Operation on the Machine > What is Document Box?
USB Drive Box (page 5-11)
A USB drive stick can be connected to the USB drive slot on the machine to print a saved file. You can print data directly
from the USB drive without a PC.
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Operation on the Machine > Using a Custom Box
Using a Custom Box
Custom Box is a component box which you can create within the Document Box and store data for later retrieval. You
can create or delete a Custom Box, and manipulate data in various ways as described below:
Creating a New Custom Box (page 5-5)
Storing Documents (page 5-7)
Printing Documents (page 5-8)
Editing Documents (page 5-9)
Deleting Documents (page 5-10)
NOTE
The operation on Custom Box you perform from operation panel can also be made using Embedded Web Server RX.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
Creating a New Custom Box
NOTE
• To use Custom Box, an optional SSD must be installed in the machine.
• If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with administrator privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name: PG L2645: 4500 PG L2650: 5000
PG L2655: 5500
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
• If user login administration is enabled, log in with administrator privileges to perform the following operations. They
cannot be performed with user privileges. 
- Creating a box
- Deleting a box of which owner is another user.
1
Display the screen.
Select the [Document Box] key.
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Job Box, display the Custom Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Custom Box] > [OK] key
2
Create a custom box.
1 Select [Add].
2 Enter the box name and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
Up to 32 characters can be entered.
For details on entering characters, refer to the following:
Character Entry Method (page 11-9)
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Operation on the Machine > Using a Custom Box
3 Enter a box number and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
You can set any value between 0001 and 1000.
Use the [▲] or [▼] key or the numeric keys to enter a number.
If you specify a box number that is already in use, an error message appears when you
select the [OK] key and the number cannot be registered. If you enter 0000, the smallest
number available will be automatically assigned.
4 To complete the box registration, select [▲] [▼] key > [Exit] > [OK] key.
The Custom Box is created.
To register further Box information, select [▲] [▼] key > [Detail] > [OK] key.
Proceed to next step.
3
Enter the box information.
Select [Edit] or [Change] on each item and enter the information then select the [OK] key.
Select the [►] key to view the next screen. Select the [◄] key to return to the previous screen.
The table below lists the items to be set.
Item
Box Name
Description
Enter a box name consisting of up to 32 characters.
Character Entry Method (page 11-9)
Owner*1 *2
Set the owner of the box. Select the owner from the user list that appears.
Permission*1
Select whether to share the box.
Box Password
User access to the box can be restricted by specifying a password to
protect the box. Entering a password is not mandatory.
Enter a password of up to 16 characters and select the [OK] key. Reenter
the same password for confirmation and select the [OK] key.
This can be set if [Shared] is selected in "Permission".
Box Number
Enter the box number by using the numeric keys or using the [▲] or [▼]
key. The box number can be from 0001 to 1000. A Custom Box should
have a unique number. If you enter 0000, the smallest number available
will be automatically assigned.
Usage Restrict.
The usage for a box can be restricted. To enable a capacity restriction
enter a value for the storage capacity of the Custom Box in megabytes by
using the numeric keys or using the [▲] or [▼] key. You can enter a limit
between 1 and 30,000 (MB).
Auto File Del.
Automatically deletes stored documents after a set period of time.
To enable automatic deletion, select [▲] [▼] key > [Off/On] > [OK] key >
[▲] [▼] key > [On] > [OK] key.
To set the period that the document will be stored, select [▲] [▼] key >
[Period] > [OK] key.
Use the numeric keys or use the [▲] or [▼] key to enter the number of
days for which documents are stored. You can enter any number
between 1 and 31 (day(s)).
To disable automatic file deletion, select [▲] [▼] key > [Off/On] > [OK] key >
[▲] [▼] key > [Off] > [OK] key.
OverwriteSetting
Specifies whether or not old stored documents are overwritten when new
documents are stored. 
To overwrite old documents, select [▲] [▼] key > [Permit] > [OK] key. 
To retain old documents, select [▲] [▼] key > [Prohibit] > [OK] key.
Del. afterPrint
Automatically delete a document from the box once printing is complete. 
To delete the document, select [▲] [▼] key > [On] > [OK] key. 
To retain the document, select [▲] [▼] key > [Off] > [OK] key.
*1 Displayed when the user login administration is enabled.
*2 Displayed when the user has logged in as administrator.
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Operation on the Machine > Using a Custom Box
Editing and Deleting Custom Box
1
Display the screen.
Select the [Document Box] key.
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Job Box, display the Custom Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Custom Box] > [OK] key
2
Edit the custom box.
To edit
1 Select the box you want edit and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
• When you have logged in as a user, you can only edit a box whose owner is set to that
user.
• When you have logged in as administrator, you can edit all boxes.
• If a custom box is protected by a password, enter the correct password.
2 [Menu] > [▲] [] key > [Box Detail/Edit] > [OK] key
3 Change the box information.
Creating a New Custom Box (page 5-5)
To delete
1 Select the box you want delete and [OK] key.
NOTE
• When you have logged in as a user, you can only delete a box whose owner is set to
that user.
• When you have logged in as administrator, you can delete all boxes.
2 [Menu] > [▲] [] key > [Delete] > [OK] key > [Yes]
NOTE
If a custom box is protected by a password, enter the correct password.
Storing Documents
Custom box stores the print data which is sent from a PC. For the operation of the printing from the PC, refer to the
following:
Printing System Driver User Guide
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Operation on the Machine > Using a Custom Box
Printing Documents
The procedure for printing documents in a custom box is explained below.
1
Display the screen.
1 Select the [Document Box] key.
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Job Box, display the Custom Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Custom Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the box containing the document you want to print, and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
• If a custom box is protected by a password, enter the correct password.
• Select [Select] to perform the following operations.
- [Sort]: Sort the boxes.
- [Search(No.)]: Search using the box number.
2
Print the document.
1 Select the document you want to print, and select [Select].
A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files in the Custom Box are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
NOTE
Select [Menu] to perform the following operations.
• [Search(Name)]: Search using a file name.
• [Box Detail/Edit]: Show and edit box details.
To edit (page 5-7)
• [File Detail]:
Display the details for the selected file.
• [Delete]:
Delete the document.
To delete (page 5-7)
2 Select the [OK] key.
To use the settings used at the time of printing (when the document was saved), select [▲] [▼] key >
[Print] > [OK] key.
To change the print settings, select [▲] [▼] key > [Print(ChangeSet)] > [OK] key.
If [Print] is selected, change the number of copies to print as necessary.
If [Print (ChangeSet)] is selected, change the print settings. For the features that can be selected,
refer to the following:
Custom Box (Printing) (page 6-2)
Printing of the selected document begins.
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Operation on the Machine > Using a Custom Box
Editing Documents
This function allows you to move documents stored in custom boxes into other boxes. The procedure for moving
documents is explained below.
1
Display the screen.
1 Select the [Document Box] key.
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Job Box, display the Custom Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Custom Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the box containing the document you want to move, and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
• If a custom box is protected by a password, enter the correct password.
• Select [Menu] to perform the following operations.
- [Sort]: Sort the boxes.
- [Search(No.)]: Search using the box number.
2
Move the documents.
1 Select the document you want to move, and select [Select].
A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files in the Custom Box are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
NOTE
Select [Menu] to perform the following operations.
• [Search(Name)]: Search using a file name.
• [Box Detail/Edit]: Show and edit box details.
To edit (page 5-7)
• [File Detail]:
Display the details for the selected file.
• [Delete]:
Delete the document.
To delete (page 5-7)
2 [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Move] > [OK] key
3 Select the destination box, and the [OK] key.
The selected document is moved.
NOTE
If the box to which the document is to be moved is protected by a password, enter the
correct password.
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Operation on the Machine > Using a Custom Box
Deleting Documents
The procedure for deleting documents in a custom box is explained below.
1
Display the screen.
1 Select the [Document Box] key.
NOTE
If the default screen of the box is set to a Job Box, display the Custom Box screen.
[Document Box] key > [Back] key > [▲] [] key > [Custom Box] > [OK] key
2 Select the box containing the document you want to delete, and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
• If a custom box is protected by a password, enter the correct password.
• Select [Menu] to perform the following operations.
- [Sort]: Sort the boxes.
- [Search(No.)]: Search using the box number.
2
Delete the document.
1 Select the document you want to delete, and select [Select].
A checkmark will be placed on the right of the selected file.
Checkmarks will be placed on the right of the all files when [All Files] is selected.
When all files in the Custom Box are checked, all checkmarked files are deselected.
Select the checkmarked file and select [Select] again to cancel the selection.
NOTE
Select [Menu] to perform the following operations.
• [Search(Name)]: Search using a file name.
• [Box Detail/Edit]: Show and edit box details.
To edit (page 5-7)
• [File Detail]:
Display the details for the selected file.
• [Delete]:
Delete the document.
To delete (page 5-7)
2 [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Delete] > [OK] key > [Yes]
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Operation on the Machine > Printing Documents Stored in Removable USB Drive
Printing Documents Stored in Removable
USB Drive
Plugging USB drive directly into the machine enables you to quickly and easily print the files stored in the USB drive
without having to use a computer.
The following file types can be printed:
PDF file (Version 1.7 or older)
TIFF file (TIFF V6/TTN2 format)
JPEG file
XPS file
OpenXPS file
Encrypted PDF file
•
PDF files you wish to print should have an extension (.pdf).
•
Files to be printed should be saved no further down than the top 3 folder levels, including the root folder.
•
Plug the USB drive directly into the USB Drive Slot.
1
Plug the USB drive.
Plug the USB drive into the USB Drive Slot.
NOTE
If the USB drive screen does not appear, display the screen for USB drive.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [USB Drive] > [OK] key
2
Print the document.
1 [▲] [] key > [Print File] > [OK] key
2 Select the folder containing the file to be printed, and select the [OK] key.
The machine will display documents in the top 3 folder levels, including the root folder.
NOTE
• 1,000 documents can be displayed.
• To return to a higher level folder, select the [Back] key.
3 Select the document, and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
Select [Detail] to show the details of the selected folder or document.
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Operation on the Machine > Printing Documents Stored in Removable USB Drive
4 Change the number of copies, duplex printing, etc. as desired.
For the features that can be selected, refer to the following:
USB Drive (Printing Documents) (page 6-3)
5 Select the [OK] key.
Printing of the selected file begins.
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Operation on the Machine > Removing USB Drive
Removing USB Drive
Follow the steps below to remove the USB drive.
IMPORTANT
Be sure to follow the proper procedure to avoid damaging the data or USB drive.
1
Display the screen.
2
Select [Remove USB Drive].
3
Remove the USB drive.
[Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [USB Drive] > [OK] key
[▲] [] key > [Remove USB Drive] > [OK] key
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6
Using Various Functions
This chapter explains the following topics:
Functions Available on the Machine ..................................................................................................................
Custom Box (Printing) ..............................................................................................................................
USB Drive (Printing Documents) .............................................................................................................
Functions ...........................................................................................................................................................
EcoPrint ...................................................................................................................................................
Duplex ......................................................................................................................................................
Job Finish Notice .....................................................................................................................................
File Name Entry .......................................................................................................................................
Quiet Mode ..............................................................................................................................................
Del. after Print (Delete after Printed) ........................................................................................................
Encrypted PDF ........................................................................................................................................
TIFF/JPEG Size .......................................................................................................................................
XPS FitTo Page .......................................................................................................................................
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Using Various Functions > Functions Available on the Machine
Functions Available on the Machine
Custom Box (Printing)
For details on each function, see the table below.
Functions
Description
Reference
page
Quiet Mode
Lower print speed for quiet processing.
page 6-5
Duplex
Print a document on both sides of the paper.
page 6-4
EcoPrint
EcoPrint saves toner when printing.
page 6-4
File Name Entry
Adds a file name.
page 6-5
Job Finish Notice
Sends E-mail notice when a job is complete.
page 6-4
Del. after Print
Automatically deletes a document from the box once printing is complete.
page 6-5
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Using Various Functions > Functions Available on the Machine
USB Drive (Printing Documents)
For details on each function, see the table below.
Function key
Description
Reference
page
Quiet Mode
Lower print speed for quiet processing.
page 6-5
Duplex
Print a document on both sides of the paper.
page 6-4
EcoPrint
EcoPrint saves toner when printing.
page 6-4
File Name Entry
Adds a file name.
page 6-5
JobFinish Notice
Sends E-mail notice when a job is complete.
page 6-4
Encrypted PDF
Enter the preassigned password to print the PDF data.
page 6-5
TIFF/JPEG Size
Select the image size when printing JPEG or TIFF files.
page 6-6
XPS FitTo Page
Reduces or enlarges the image size to fit to the selected paper size when printing
XPS file.
page 6-6
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Using Various Functions > Functions
Functions
EcoPrint
EcoPrint saves toner when printing.
Use this function for test prints or any other occasion when high quality print is not required.
(Value: [Off] / [On])
Duplex
Print a document on both sides of the paper.
The following modes are available.
Item
Description
Off
Disables the function.
Bind Long
Edge
Prints the reverse side of a document in the same orientation as the front side.
ghi
def
abc
def
abc
Bind Short
Edge
ghi
ghi
ghi
def
abc
abc
Prints the reverse side of a document rotated 180° with respect to the front side.
When the printed pages are bound at the top, the reverse side will be in the
same orientation as the front side when the pages are turned.
def
Job Finish Notice
Sends E-mail notice when a job is complete.
Users can be notified of the completion of a job while working at a remote desk, saving the time spent waiting beside the
machine to finish.
NOTE
PC should be configured in advance so that E-mail can be used.
Embedded Web Server RX (page 2-39)
E-mail can be sent to a single destination.
Item
Description
Off
Disables the function.
Job Finished Only
Enter E-mail address directly. Enter the address (up to 256 characters) and select the [OK]
key.
Job Finished + Job Interrupted
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Using Various Functions > Functions
File Name Entry
Adds a file name.
Additional information such as job number and date and time can also be set. You can check a job history or job status
using the file name, date and time, or job number specified here.
To add date and time, select [Date] and the [OK] key. To add job number, select [Job No.] and the [OK] key. To add
both, select [Job No. + Date] or [Date + Job No.] and the [OK] key.
Quiet Mode
Lower print speed for quiet processing.
Select this mode when the running noise is uncomfortable.
It is possible to set the use of Quiet Mode for each function.
(Value: [Off] / [On])
NOTE
• The processing speed will be slower than normal when in Quiet Mode.
• This cannot be used when [Prohibit] is set for "Each Job".
Each Job (page 8-36)
Del. after Print (Delete after Printed)
Automatically deletes a document from the box once printing is complete.
(Value: [Off] / [On])
Encrypted PDF
Enter the preassigned password to print the PDF data.
Enter the Password, and select [OK].
NOTE
For details on entering the password, refer to the following:
Character Entry Method (page 11-9)
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Using Various Functions > Functions
TIFF/JPEG Size
Select the image size when printing JPEG or TIFF files.
(Value: [Paper Size] / [Image Resolution] / [Print Resolution])
Item
Description
Paper Size
Fits the image size to the selected paper size.
Image Resolution
Prints at resolution of the actual image.
Print Resolution
Fits the image size to the print resolution.
XPS FitTo Page
Reduces or enlarges the image size to fit to the selected paper size when printing XPS file.
(Value: [Off] / [On])
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7
Status/Job Cancel
This chapter explains the following topics:
Checking Job Status ..........................................................................................................................................
Checking Job History .........................................................................................................................................
Sending the Log History ..........................................................................................................................
Device/Communication ......................................................................................................................................
Checking the Remaining Amount of Toner and Paper (Paper/Supplies) ...........................................................
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Status/Job Cancel > Checking Job Status
Checking Job Status
Check the status of jobs being processed or waiting to be printed.
Displaying Status Screens
1
Display the screen.
2
Select the job you want to check.
While the machine is printing or awaiting printing, select [Status] > [▲] [▼] key > 
[Job Status] > [OK] key.
Select the job you want to check, and [OK] key or [Detail].
NOTE
You can show the job statuses of all users, or only the statuses of your own jobs.
Disp. Status/Log (page 8-32)
This setting can also be changed from Embedded Web Server RX.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
3
Check the status.
Select the [►] key to view the next screen. Select the [◄] key to return to the previous screen.
Item
Description
Job Name
When the job name in Job Name is displayed in a short form, select
[Detail] to see the complete job name. Select the [OK] key to return to the
previous screen.
Status
Status of job
[Processing]:The status before starting to print.
[Pause]:
Pausing print job or error
[Canceling]: Canceling the job
Job Type
[Waiting]:
Waiting Printing
[-----]:
The job is finished.
[Printer]:
Printer job
[Report]:
Report/List
[USB]:
Data from USB drive
[Box]:
Job from Document Box
Accepted Time
Accepted Time of job
User Name
User Name for the executed job
If user login administration is disabled, [----] appears.
Printed Pages
•
Number of pages printed
•
Number of copies printed / Total number of copies to be printed
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Status/Job Cancel > Checking Job History
Checking Job History
Check the history of completed jobs.
NOTE
Job history is also available by Embedded Web Server RX or Network Print Monitor from the computer.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
Network Print Monitor User Guide
Displaying Job History Screen
1
Display the screen.
1 While the machine is printing or awaiting printing, select [Status].
2 [▲] [▼] key > [Job Status] > [OK] key
2
Select the job you want to check.
Select the job you want to check, and the [OK] key or [Detail].
A job result icon is displayed on the extreme right of each job.
•
: The job has been completed.
•
: An error has occurred.
•
: The job has been canceled.
NOTE
You can show the job log of all users, or only your own job log.
Disp. Status/Log (page 8-32)
This setting can also be changed from Embedded Web Server RX.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
3
Check the job history.
Select the [►] key to view the next screen. Select the [◄] key to return to the previous screen.
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Status/Job Cancel > Checking Job History
Item
Description
Job Name
When the job name in Job Name is displayed in a short form, select
[Detail] to see the complete job name. Select the [OK] key to return to the
previous screen.
Result
Result of job
Job Type
[OK]:
The job has been completed.
[Error]:
An error has occurred.
[Cancel]:
The job has been canceled.
[Printer]:
Printer job
[Report]:
Report/List
[USB]:
Data from USB drive
[Box]:
Job from Document Box
Accepted Time
Accepted time of job
User Name
User Name for the executed job
If user login administration is disabled, [----] appears.
Printed Pages
• Number of pages printed
• Number of copies printed / Total number of copies to be printed
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, log in by referring to the
following:
Login (page 2-13)
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
Sending the Log History
You can send the log history by E-mail. You can either send it manually as needed or have it sent automatically
whenever a set number of jobs is reached.
Send History (page 8-5)
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Status/Job Cancel > Device/Communication
Device/Communication
Configure the devices/lines installed or connected to this machine or check their status.
1
Display the screen.
2
Check the status.
Select [Status], while the machine is printing or awaiting printing.
Select the items you want to check. Then, select the [OK] key to show the status of the
selected device.
The items you can check are described below.
"Keyboard"
The status of the optional USB Keyboard and Bluetooth Keyboard are displayed.
"Network"
The network connection status appears.
"Wi-Fi"
•
This function is displayed when the wireless network function is available on the machine.
•
The Wi-Fi connection status and network name (SSID) of the machine appear.
"Wi-Fi Direct"
This function is displayed when the wireless network function is available on the machine.
•
Select [▲] [▼] key > [PushButton Setup] > [OK] key, and execute the push button of the
device you want to connect to start the connection to the machine.
•
Select [▲] [▼] key > [Detail Info] > [OK] key, information on the device that is connected
by Wi-Fi Direct appears.
•
Select [▲] [▼] key > [ConnectionStatus] > [OK] key > [Menu]> [▲] [▼] key >
[ConnectedDevices] > [OK] key to display the list of connected devices.
•
Select [▲] [▼] key > [ConnectionStatus] > [OK] key > [Menu]> [▲] [▼] key >
[DisconnectAll] > [OK] key to disconnect all devices.
"Option Network"
The connection status of the optional Network Interface Kit or Wireless Network Interface Kit is
displayed.
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Status/Job Cancel > Checking the Remaining Amount of Toner and Paper (Paper/Supplies)
Checking the Remaining Amount of Toner
and Paper (Paper/Supplies)
Check the remaining amount of toner, and paper on the message display.
1
Display the screen.
To check the toner status, select [Toner] while the machine is awaiting printing.
If you select [Paper], you will return to the paper status screen.
2
Check the status.
The items you can check are described below.
"Toner Status"
The amount of toner remaining is shown in levels.
"Paper Status"
You can check the paper size and amount of paper remaining in the paper source. The
amount of paper remaining is shown in levels.
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Setup and Registration
(System Menu)
This chapter explains the following topics:
System Menu ..................................................................................................................................................... 8-2
Menu Settings .......................................................................................................................................... 8-3
Report ...................................................................................................................................................... 8-4
Paper Settings ......................................................................................................................................... 8-6
Print Settings ......................................................................................................................................... 8-10
Network .................................................................................................................................................. 8-13
Optional Network ................................................................................................................................... 8-24
Device Common .................................................................................................................................... 8-28
Security .................................................................................................................................................. 8-34
User/Job Account .................................................................................................................................. 8-36
Adjust/Maint. .......................................................................................................................................... 8-36
Op Functions ......................................................................................................................................... 8-37
Software ................................................................................................................................................. 8-37
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
System Menu
Configure settings related to overall machine operation.
Select the [Menu] key to show the settings on the message display. Then, select from the settings displayed.
Operation Method (page 2-11)
NOTE
• In order to change settings that require administer privileges, you must log in with administrator privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
• If function default settings have been changed, the [Reset] key can be selected in each function screen to
immediately change the settings.
Refer to Menu Settings on the following page and configure as needed.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Menu Settings
This section explains the functions that can be configured in Menu. To configure the settings, select the item in System
Menu and select the setting item. For details on each function, see the table below.
Item
Report Print
Description
Configure settings for printing reports and histories.
Job Log History
Reference Page
page 8-4
page 8-5
Counter
This counts the number of pages printed.
page 2-37
Paper Settings
Configure settings for paper.
page 8-6
Print Settings
Configure settings for printing.
page 8-10
Network
Configures network settings.
page 8-13
Primary Network
Specify the network to be used for the send function, the network
authentication and connecting to external address book.
page 8-13
Optional Network
Configure settings for the optional Network Interface Kit or Wireless
Network Interface Kit.
page 8-24
Language
Select the language displayed on the message display.
page 8-28
Def. Screen(Box)
Select the screen to be displayed when [Document Box] key is selected.
page 8-28
Date Setting
Configure settings related to the date and time.
page 8-28
Buzzer
Set options for buzzer sound during the machine operations.
page 8-29
RAM Disk Setting
A RAM disk can be created and its size can be set.
page 8-29
Format SSD
Format an optional SSD.
page 8-29
Format SD Card
Format an optional SD/SDHC memory card.
page 8-30
Display Bright.
Set the brightness of the message display.
page 8-30
Disp. Backlight
Set the backlight of the message display.
page 8-30
Error Handling
Select whether to cancel or continue the job when error has occurred.
page 8-30
Timer Setting
Configure settings related to the time.
page 8-31
Disp. Status/Log
Set the display method of the Status/Log.
page 8-32
USB KeyboardType
Select the type of USB keyboard that you want to use.
page 8-33
Bluetooth Set.
Set the Bluetooth keyboard.
page 8-33
Low Toner Alert
Set the amount of remaining toner to notify the administrator when to
order a toner when the toner is running low.
page 8-33
Security
The security functions can be set up to protect printer operation and the print data.
page 8-34
I/F Block Set.
This allows you to protect this machine by blocking the interface with
external devices such as USB hosts or optional interfaces.
page 8-34
Security Level
The Security Level setting is primarily a menu option used by service personnel
for maintenance work. There is no need for customers to use this menu.
—
Data Security
Configure settings for data stored in the optional SSD and machine's memory.
page 8-35
User/Job Account
Configures settings related to machine management.
—
User Login:
Overview of User Login Administration (page 9-2)
Job Accounting:
Overview of Job Accounting (page 9-14)
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Description
Reference Page
Adjust/Maint.
Adjust printing quality and conduct machine maintenance.
page 8-36
Restart
Restart the CPU without turning the power switch off. Use this to deal with
any unstable operation by the machine. (Same as the computer restart.)
page 8-36
Op Functions
You can use the optional applications installed on this machine.
page 8-37
Software
Check the machine’s system and engine software versions.
page 8-37
Report
Print reports to check the machine settings and status.
Default settings for printing the result reports can also be configured.
Report Print
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report Print] > [OK] key
Item
Menu Map
Description
Prints Menu Map to check the settings of the machine.
Menu Map
Config. List
Prints the list of settings of the system menu. The settings of this machine can be checked.
Config. List
Status Page
Prints the status page, allowing you to check the information including current settings,
available memory space, and optional equipment installed.
Status Page
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Description
Font List
Prints the font list, allowing you to check the font samples installed in the machine.
RAM File List
You can print a list of the files in the RAM disk.
NOTE
This setting is displayed when [RAM Disk Mode] is set to [On].
SSD File List
You can print a list of the files in the SSD.
NOTE
Displayed when the optional SSD is installed.
SD Card FileList
You can print a list of the files in the SD Card.
NOTE
Displayed when the optional SD Card is installed.
DataSanitization
You can print a Data Sanitization Report.
Job Log History
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Report] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Job Log History] > [OK] key
Item
Auto Sending
Description
This function automatically sends the log history to the specified destinations whenever a set
number of jobs has been logged.
Value
Off/On: Off, On
Jobs:
Set the number of jobs at which the job history is automatically sent. The setting
range is 1 to 100.
This setting is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
Send History
You can also send the log history to the specified destinations manually.
Destination
Set and check the destination to which log histories are sent.
Value
Confirmation: Check the destination to which log histories are sent.
Address Entry: Set the destination to which log histories are sent. Only E-mail address
can be set.
Subject
Set the subject automatically entered when sending log histories by E-mail.
Value: Up to 60 characters
Personal Info.
Select whether to include personal information in the job log.
Value: Include, Exclude
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Paper Settings
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Paper Settings] > [OK] key
Configure settings for paper.
Item
MP Tray Set.
Description
Select the paper size and media type for the multi purpose tray.
MP Tray Set. (page 8-6)
Bulk Feeder Set.
Select the paper size and media type for the bulk feeder.
Bulk Feeder Set. (page 8-7)
Cassette 1 (to 5) Set.
Select the paper size and media type for cassettes 1 to 5.
Cassette 1 (to 5) Set. (page 8-8)
Media Type Set.
Select weight for each media type.
For Custom 1-8, settings for duplex printing and media type name can be changed.
Media Type Setting (page 8-9)
Reset Type Adj.
Resets the attribute settings of all media types set in "Media Type Set".
Media Type Set. (page 8-6)
Paper Setup Msg
MP Tray
Bulk Feeder
Cassette 1 (to 5)
Set whether to display the confirmation screen for the paper setting when a new paper is set for
each cassette.
Value: Off, On
NOTE
[Cassette 2] to [Cassette 5] are displayed when the optional paper feeder is installed.
MP Tray Set.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Paper Settings] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [MP Tray Set.] > [OK] key
Select paper size and media type for the multi purpose tray.
Item
Paper Size
Description
Available options are as follows:
Values: Envelope Monarch, Envelope #10, Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Executive, Letter,
Legal, A4, B5, A5, A5 (Landscape), A6, B6, Envelope #9, Envelope #6, ISO B5, Custom, 
Hagaki (Cardstock), Oufuku Hagaki (Return postcard), Oficio II, 216 × 340 mm, 16K,
Statement, Statement (Landscape), Folio, Youkei 2, Youkei 4
Media Type*1
Select the media type.
Values: Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, 
Vellum, Rough, Letterhead, Color, Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Thick, High
Quality, Custom 1 - 8
*1 To change to a media type other than "Plain".
Media Type Setting (page 8-9)
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Bulk Feeder Set.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Paper Settings] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Bulk Feeder Set.] > [OK] key
Select paper size and media type for Bulk Feeder.
Item
Paper Size
Description
Available options are as follows:
Values
Envelope Monarch, Envelope #10, Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Executive, Letter, A4, 
B5, A5, A6, B6, Envelope #9, Envelope #6, ISO B5, Custom, 16K, Statement, Youkei 2,
Youkei 4
Media Type*1
Select the media type.
Values
Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, Vellum, Rough, Letterhead,
Color, Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Thick, High Quality, CUSTOM 1 - 8
*1 To change to a media type other than "Plain".
Media Type Setting (page 8-9)
When a paper weight that cannot be loaded in the cassette is set for a media type, that media type does not appear.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Cassette 1 (to 5) Set.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Paper Settings] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Cassette 1 (to 5) Set.] > [OK] key
Select paper size and media type for Cassettes 1 to 5.
Item
Media Type*1
Description
Select the media type.
Values
Cassette 1: Plain, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled, Rough, Letterhead, Color, Prepunched,
High Quality, CUSTOM 1 - 8
Cassette 2 to 5: Plain, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled, 
Rough, Letterhead, Color, Prepunched, Envelope, High Quality, CUSTOM 1 - 8
Other Paper Size
Available options are as follows:
Values
Cassette 1: Envelope DL*2, Envelope C5, Executive, Letter, Legal, A4, B5, A5, 
A5 (Landscape), A6*2, B6*2, ISO B5, Custom, Oufuku Hagaki*2, Oficio II, 216 × 340 mm,
16K, Statement, Statement (Landscape)*3, Folio
Cassette 2 to 5: Envelope Monarch, Envelope #10, Envelope DL, Envelope C5,
Executive, Letter, Legal, A4, B5, A5, B6, Envelope #9, Envelope #6, ISO B5, Custom,
Oufuku Hagaki, Oficio II, 216 × 340 mm, 16K, Statement, Folio, Youkei 2, Youkei 4
Custom PaperSize*4
Register the custom paper size to be used in Cassettes 1 to 5.
Values
Cassette 1:
Metric
PG L2645
X: 140 to 216 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 210 to 356 mm (in 1 mm increments)
PG L2650/PG L2655
X: 105 to 216 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 148 to 356 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Inch
PG L2645
X: 5.50 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 8.25 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
PG L2650/PG L2655
X: 4.13 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 5.83 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
Cassette 2 to 5:
Metric
X: 92 to 216 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 162 to 356 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Inch
X: 3.62 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 6.38 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
X=Width, Y=Length
Vertical
Landscape
*1 To change to a media type other than "Plain".
Media Type Setting (page 8-9)
When a paper weight that cannot be loaded in the cassette is set for a media type, that media type does not appear.
*2 PG L2650/PG L2655 only.
*3 PG L2650/PG L2655 inch models only.
*4 Appears when [Custom] is selected in Other Paper Size.
8-8
Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Media Type Setting
The following media type and paper weight combinations are available.
Weight (g/m2)
Paper Weight
Paper Weight
Weight (g/m2)
Light
52 g/m² to 59 g/m²
Heavy 1
106 g/m² to 135 g/m²
Normal 1
60 g/m² to 74 g/m²
Heavy 2
136 g/m² to 163 g/m²
Normal 2
75 g/m² to 90 g/m²
Heavy 3
164 g/m² to 220 g/m²
Normal 3
91 g/m² to 105 g/m²
Extra Heavy
Transparencies
Each media type's default weight is indicated.
Media Type
Default
Media Type
Default
Plain
Normal 2
Cardstock
Heavy 3
Transparency
Extra Heavy
Color
Normal 2
Rough
Normal 2
Prepunched
Normal 2
Vellum
Light
Letterhead
Normal 2
Labels
Heavy 1
Envelop*1
Heavy 3
Recycled
Normal 2
Thick
Heavy 3
Preprinted
Normal 2
High Quality
Normal 2
Bond
Normal 3
Custom 1 - 8
Normal 2
*1 The processing speed will be slower than normal.
For Custom 1-8, settings for duplex printing and media type name can be changed.
Item
Duplex
Name Entry
Description
Permit
Duplex printing allowed.
Prohibit
Duplex printing not allowed.
Change names for Custom 1-8. Names should be not more than 16 characters. Selecting
media type at multi purpose tray, the name after change will be displayed.
Character Entry Method (page 11-9)
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Print Settings
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Print Settings] > [OK] key
Configure settings for printing.
Item
Paper Source
Description
Select the default paper source from Cassette 1-5 and multi purpose tray.
Values: MP Tray, Cassette 1 to 5
NOTE
[Cassette 2] to [Cassette 5] are shown when the optional paper feeder is installed.
Auto Cass.Change
Select the following actions when the paper runs out in the paper source while printing.
Values: Off, On
NOTE
When selecting [Off], the machine displays "Add the following paper in cassette #." (# is a
cassette number), or "Load paper in MP tray." and stops printing.
Load the paper according to the paper source displayed to resume printing.
To print from the other paper cassette, select [Alt.]. Select the desired paper source, and then
select the [OK] key.
When selecting [On], the machine continues printing automatically when the other cassette
contains the same paper as the currently-used cassette.
MP Tray Priority
If paper is set in the MP Tray then it is possible for priority to be given to that MP tray in the
paper feed.
Values
Off: The Printing System Driver settings are followed.
Auto Feed: If Auto is selected in the Printing System Driver and there is paper in the MP
tray then the paper feed will be from the MP tray.
Always: If there is paper in the MP tray then the paper feed will be from the MP
tray regardless of what is set in the Printing System Driver.
Paper Feed Mode
While printing from the computer, select how to feed paper when the paper source and type are
specified.
Values
Auto: Search the paper source that matches the selected paper size and type.
Fixed: Print on paper loaded in the specified paper source.
Duplex
Select binding orientation for duplex mode.
Values: Off, Bind Long Edge, Bind Short Edge
Paper Output
Select either the inner tray or the optional Rear Tray for the output stack.
Values: TopTray FaceDown, RearTray FaceUp
NOTE
This function can be used for PG L2655.
Override A4/LTR
Select whether to treat A4 size and Letter, which are similar in size, as the same size when
printing.
Values
Off: A4 and Letter are not regarded as the same in size.
On: A4 and Letter are regarded as the same in size. The machine will use whichever size
is in the paper source.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Emulation Set.
Emulation
Description
—
Select the emulation for operating this machine by commands oriented to other types of
printers.
Values: PCL6, IBM Proprinter, EPSON LQ-850, Line Printer, KPDL, KPDL(Auto)
KPDL Error Rpt.
When you have selected [KPDL] or [KPDL (Auto)], set "KPDL Error Report".
Values: Off, On
Alt. Emulation
When you have selected [KPDL (Auto)] as emulation mode, you can switch between KPDL
and another emulation mode (alternative emulation) automatically according to the data to
print.
print.Values: PCL6, IBM Proprinter, EPSON LQ-850, Line Printer
Font
You can select the default font. The default font can be one of the internal fonts or a font that is
downloaded to the printer
memory or stored on SD card, or SSD.
In this menu, you can also set the type and pitch for Courier and Letter Gothic.
Font Type
Set the font type.
Values: Internal, Option
NOTE
[Option] is displayed when the optional SD card or SSD is installed.
Font ID
Set the font ID.
Courier
Courier font thickness can be set.
Values: Regular, Dark
Letter Gothic
Letter Gothic font thickness can be set.
Values: Regular, Dark
Size
You can change the size of the default font.
Values: 4.00 to 999.75 characters per inch (in 0.25-point increments)
Pitch
You can set the character pitch for fixed fonts.
Values: 0.44 to 99.99 characters per inch (in 0.01 character-per-inch increments)
Code Set
You can change the character code set. Available character code sets vary depending on the
current font.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Print Quality
KIR
Description
Set the Print Quality.
The machine is equipped with the smoothing function, which realizes an excellent printing of
about 9600 dpi (600 dpi × 15 gradation) × 600 dpi.
Value: Off, On
EcoPrint
EcoPrint conserves toner when printing. This is recommended for test copies where faded
printing is not a problem.
Values: Off, On
EcoPrint SaveLvl
Select the default EcoPrint SaveLvl.
Values: 1 (Lower), 2, 3, 4, 5 (Higher)
Print Resolution
Set the resolution used for printing.
Values: Fine1200, Fast1200, 600dpi, 300dpi
NOTE
Settings that are received from the Printing System Driver have priority over the operation panel settings.
Print Density
Adjust print density. Adjustment can be made in 5 levels.
Values: 1 Lighter, 2 to 4, 5 Darker
Page Setting
Copies
You can set print preferences such as the number of pages and print orientation.
Set the default number of copies, from 1 to 999.
Value: 1 to 999 copies
Orientation
You can select portrait (upright) or landscape (sideways) page orientation.
Value: Portrait, Landscape
LF Action
Set the line feed action when the machine receives the line feed code (character code 0AH).
Values: LF Only, LF and CR, Ignore LF
CR Action
Set the character return action when the machine receives the character return code (character
code 0DH).
Values: CR Only, LF and CR, Ignore CR
Wide A4
Turn this to on to increase the maximum number of characters that can be printed in a line for
an A4 page (78 characters at 10 pitch) and Letter size page (80 characters at 10 pitch). This
setting is only effective in PCL 6 emulation.
Value: Off, On
XPS FitTo Page
Set the default value for the XPS fit to page function.
Value: Off, On
TIFF/JPEG Size
Select the image size (resolution) when printing JPEG or TIFF file.
Value: Paper Size, Image Resolution, Print Resolution
File Name Entry
Set an automatically entered name (default) for jobs. Additional information such as Date and
Time and Job No. can also be set.
Value
File Name: Up to 32 characters can be entered.
Additional Info: None, Date, Job No., Job No. & Date, Date & Job No.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Description
Set whether the user name set in the Printing System Driver is displayed.
User Name
Value: Off, On
Set whether the job name set in the Printing System Driver is displayed.
Job Name
Value: Off, Job Name, Job No.+Job Name, Job Name+Job No.
Job Terminator
You can select the condition which regarded as a job termination if the print job could not be
processed until the end due to your environment and the other reason.
Value
EOJ: Up to the detection of a command indicating the end of job data is regarded as one job.
End of Session: The data included in a network session at network connection is regarded as
one job.
UEL: The UEL included in the termination of the job data is regarded as one job until it is
detected.
Network
Configures network settings.
Host Name
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Host Name] > [OK] key
Item
Description
Check the host name of the machine. Host name can be changed from Embedded Web Server RX.
Host Name
Changing Device Information (page 2-43)
Wi-Fi Direct Set
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Wi-Fi Direct Set] > [OK] key
Set Wi-Fi Direct.
NOTE
This function is displayed when the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit is installed.
Item
Wi-Fi Direct
Description
Select whether to use Wi-Fi Direct.
Value: Off, On
Device Name
Specify the device name.
NOTE
IP Address
•
Up to 32 characters can be entered.
•
This function is displayed when [Wi-Fi Direct] is set to [On].
Check the IP address of the machine.
TCP/IP Settings (page 8-16)
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Wi-Fi Direct] is set to [On].
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Auto Disconnect
Description
Automatically disconnect devices connected through Wi-Fi Direct.
Value: Off, On
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Wi-Fi Direct] is set to [On].
Disconnect Timer
If you select [ON] to Auto Disconnect, set the waiting time for automatic disconnection.
Value: Day (00 to 99), Hour (00 to 23), Minute (00 to 59)
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Auto Disconnect] is set to [On].
Wi-Fi Settings
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Wi-Fi Settings] > [OK] key
Set Wi-Fi.
NOTE
This function is displayed when the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit is installed.
Item
Wi-Fi
Description
Select whether to use Wi-Fi.
Value: Off, On
Setup
-
ConnectionStatus
Check the wireless LAN status.
Quick Setup
If the machine will connect to an access point that supports the automatic wireless network
setup, connection settings can be configured by Quick Setup.
NOTE
If you are connecting to an access point that has WEP enabled, select [WEP Key Index] and
select the WEP key index.
AvailableNetwork
Displays access points to which the machine can connect.
NOTE
WEP Key Index
•
When [Reload] is selected, the list is reloaded.
•
If the access point's security setting uses WEP, select [Menu] and set [WEP Key Index].
Select the key index of the access point.
Value: 0 to 3
Push Button
If the access point supports the push button method, wireless settings can be configured using
the push button. This setting executes push button, and the connection is started by pressing
the push button on the access point.
NOTE
The push button method supports only the WPS.
PIN (Device)
Starts connection using the machine's PIN code. Enter the PIN code into the access point. The
PIN code of the machine is automatically generated.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Custom Setup
Network Name (SSID)
Description
The detailed settings for wireless LAN can be changed.
Set the SSID (Service Set Identifier) of the wireless LAN to which the machine connects.
NOTE
Up to 32 characters can be entered.
Netwk Authentic.
Select network authentication type.
Value: Open, WPA2/WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA2/WPA-EAP, WPA2-EAP
Encryption
Select encryption method. The setting values vary depending on the Network Authentication setting.
Network Authentication
Open
Encryption
Disable
―
WEP
WEP Key: Up to 26 characters
WEP Key Index: 0 to 3
WPA2/WPA-PSK
Data Encryption: AES, Auto
Preshared Key: Up to 64 characters
WPA2-PSK
Data Encryption: AES
Preshared Key: Up to 64 characters
WPA2/WPA-EAP
Data Encryption: AES, Auto
WPA2-EAP
Data Encryption: AES
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
TCP/IP Settings
TCP/IP
Description
Select whether to use TCP/IP Protocol.
Value: Off, On
IPv4 Setting
DHCP
Set up TCP/IP (IPv4) to connect to the network. This setting is available when [TCP/IP] is set to [On].
Select whether to use the DHCP (IPv4) server.
Value: Off, On
Auto-IP
Select whether to use Auto-IP.
Value: Off, On
IP Address
Set the IP address.
Value: ###.###.###.###
NOTE
When DHCP is set to [On], this item is displayed only and cannot be entered.
Subnet Mask
Set the IP subnet mask.
Value: ###.###.###.###
NOTE
When DHCP is set to [On], this item is displayed only and cannot be entered.
Default Gateway
Set the IP gateway address.
Value: ###.###.###.###
NOTE
When DHCP is set to [On], this item is displayed only and cannot be entered.
DNS Server
Set DNS server (IPv4).
Value: Auto (DHCP), Manual
NOTE
When [Manual] is selected, you can enter static DNS server information in the Primary and
Secondary fields provided.
IMPORTANT
After changing the setting, restart the network or turn the machine OFF and then ON.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
IPv6 Setting
IPv6 Setting
Description
Set up TCP/IP (IPv6) to connect to the network. This setting is available when [TCP/IP] is [On].
Select whether to use IPv6.
Value: Off, On
NOTE
Selecting [On] displays IP address in [Link Local] after restarting the network.
Manual Settings
Manually specify the IP address, prefix length, and gateway address of TCP/IP (IPv6).
Value
IP Address:
128-bits address is expressed in eight groups consisting of four-digit
hexadecimal digits. The groups are separated by colon (:).
Prefix Length:
0 to 128
Default Gateway: 128-bits address is expressed in eight groups consisting of four-digit
hexadecimal digits. The groups are separated by colon (:).
NOTE
This function is displayed when [IPv6 Setting] is set to [On].
To enter "Default Gateway", set [RA (Stateless)] to [Off].
RA(Stateless)
Select whether to use RA (Stateless).
Value: Off, On
NOTE
This function is displayed when [IPv6 Setting] is set to [On].
Selecting [On] displays IP address in [IP Address 1 (to 5)] after restarting the network.
DHCPv6 Settings
Select whether to use the DHCP (IPv6) server.
Value: Off, On
NOTE
This function is displayed when [IPv6 Setting] is set to [On].
Selecting [On] displays IP address in [IP Address] after restarting the network.
DNS Server
Set DNS server (IPv6).
Value: Auto (DHCP), Manual
NOTE
When [Manual] is selected, you can enter static DNS server information in the Primary and
Secondary fields provided.
Restart Network
Restarts the network.
IMPORTANT
After changing the setting, restart the network or turn the machine OFF and then ON.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Wired Netwk. Set
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Wired Netwk. Set] > [OK] key
Configure wired network settings.
Item
TCP/IP Settings
Description
For details on setting value.
TCP/IP Settings (page 8-16)
LAN Interface
Specify the settings for the LAN interface to be used.
Value: Auto, 10BASE-Half, 10BASE-Full, 100BASE-Half, 100BASE-Full, 1000BASE-T
IMPORTANT
After changing the setting, restart the network or turn the machine OFF and then ON.
ProtocolSettings
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [ProtocolSettings] > [OK] key
Configure protocol settings.
Item
Bonjour
Off/On
Description
Select whether to use Bonjour.*1
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
IP Filter (IPv4)
Off/On
Select whether to communicate using IP Filter (IPv4).*1
Value: Off, On
IP Filter (IPv6)
Off/On
Select whether to communicate using IP Filter (IPv6).*1
Value: Off, On
IPSec
Off/On
Select whether to use IPSec.*1
Value: Off, On
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
NetBEUI
Off/On
Description
Select whether to receive documents using NetBEUI.*1
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
SNMPv3
Off/On
Select whether to communicate using SNMPv3.*1
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
FTP(Server)
Off/On
Select whether to receive documents using FTP.*1
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
SNMP
-
Off/On
Select whether to communicate using SNMP.*1
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
SMTP
Off/On
Select whether to send E-mail using SMTP.
Value: Off, On
POP3
Off/On
Select whether to receive E-mail using POP3.
Value: Off, On
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
RAW Port
Off/On
Description
Select whether to receive documents using RAW Port.*1
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
LPD
-
Off/On
Select whether to receive documents using LPD.*1
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
IPP
-
Off/On
Selects whether to receive documents using IPP. To use the IPP protocol, select [Not Secure
(IPP&IPPS)] on IPP Security under Security Settings from the Embedded Web Server RX.*1
Value: Off, On
Port Number
Specifies the port number used. The default port number is 631.*1
Value: 1 to 32767
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
Wired Network
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
IPP Over SSL
Description
Select whether to use IPP to receive documents secured by SSL.*1, *3
Off/On
Value: Off, On
NOTE
When selecting [On], it also requires a certificate for SSL. the default certificate is the selfcertificate of the machine.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
HTTP
Select whether to communicate using HTTP.*1
Off/On
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
Wi-Fi
Direct*2
Wi-Fi*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
HTTPS
Off/On
Select whether to communicate using HTTPS.*1, *3
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
LDAP
Off/On
Select whether to use LDAP.
Value: Off, On
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
ThinPrint
Description
Select whether to use ThinPrint.*1, *3
Off/On
Value: Off, On
Port Number
Specifies the port number used. The default port number is 4000.*1
Value: 1 to 32767
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
ThinPrintOverSSL
To use the Thin Print over SSL protocol, set [Thin Print Over SSL] to [On].*1, *2
Value: Off, On
NOTE
•
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
•
When selecting [On], it also requires a certificate for SSL. The default certificate is the selfcertificate of the machine.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
WSD-PRINT
Set whether to use our proprietary web services.*1
Off/On
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
Wi-Fi
Direct*2
Wi-Fi*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
Enhanced WSD
Off/On
Set whether to use our proprietary web services.*1
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
Wired Network
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
EnhancedWSD(SSL)
Off/On
Description
Set whether to use our proprietary web services over SSL.*1, *3
Value: Off, On
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
REST
-
Off/On
Select whether to use REST.*1
Value: Off, On
Port Number
Specifies the port number used. The default port number is 9080.*1
Value: 1 to 32767
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
NOTE
Wired Network
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
REST over SSL
Off/On
Select whether to use REST secured by SSL.*1, *3
Value: Off, On
NOTE
•
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
•
When selecting [On], it also requires a certificate for SSL. the default certificate is the selfcertificate of the machine.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
Port Number
Specifies the port number used. The default port number is 9081.*1
Value: 1 to 32767
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
Available Net.
-
Wi-Fi Direct*2
Set whether to enable this function for each network.
Wi-Fi*2
Value: Disable, Enable
Wired Network
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Off/On] is set to [On].
*1 The setting will be changed after restarting the device or network.
*2 This function is displayed when the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit is installed.
*3 Set "SSL" to [On] in SSL Setting.
SSL Setting (page 8-34)
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
*3 Set "SSL" to [On] in SSL Setting.
SSL Setting (page 8-34)
IMPORTANT
After changing the setting, restart the network or turn the machine OFF and then ON.
Primary Network
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Primary Network] > [OK] key
NOTE
This function is displayed when the optional Network Interface Kit (IB-50) or Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-51 or
IB-36) is installed.
Item
Primary Network
Description
Specify the network to be used for the send function, the network authentication and
connecting to external address book.
Value: Wi-Fi, Wired Network, Optional Network
Ping
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Ping] > [OK] key
Item
Ping
Description
Checks if communication with the destination by entering the host name or IP address of the
destination is possible.
Restart Network
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Restart Network] > [OK] key
Item
Restart Network
Description
Restarts the network.
Optional Network
Configure settings for the optional Network Interface Kit or Wireless Network Interface Kit.
NOTE
This menu is displayed when the optional Network Interface Kit or Wireless Network Interface Kit is installed.
Wireless Network
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Optional Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Wireless Network] > [OK] key
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
NOTE
This function is displayed when the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit is installed.
Item
Description
ConnectionStatus
When the optional Wireless Network Interface Kit is installed, you can check the wireless LAN status.
Quick Setup
If the machine will connect to an access point that supports the automatic wireless network setup,
connection settings can be configured by Quick Setup.
AvailableNetwork
Displays access points to which the machine can connect.
Push Button
If the access point supports the push button method, wireless settings can be configured using
the push button. This setting executes push button, and the connection is started by pressing
the push button on the access point.
NOTE
The push button method supports only the WPS.
PIN (Device)
Starts connection using the machine's PIN code. Enter the PIN code into the access point. The
PIN code of the machine is automatically generated.
PIN (Terminal)
Starts connection using the PIN code of the access point. Enter the PIN code of the access point.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Description
Custom Setup
The detailed settings for wireless LAN can be changed. You can check the connection with a
wireless network by selecting [Connect].
Netwk Name(SSID)
Set the SSID (Service Set Identifier) of the wireless LAN to which the machine connects.
NOTE
Up to 32 characters can be entered.
Connection Mode
Set the connection mode.
Value: Ad Hoc, Infrastructure
NOTE
Ad Hoc: Directly communicates with the device without going through an access point. This
method cannot be used to connect to two or more devices.
Infrastructure: Performs communication through an access point.
Channel
Set channel. Use [▲] or [▼] or the numeric keys to enter a number.
Value: 1 to 11
Netwk Authentic.
Select network authentication type. To select other options, open the device home page from a
computer.
Value: Open, Shared, WPA-PSK*1, WPA2-PSK*1
Encryption
Select encryption settings. The setting values vary depending on the "Netwk Authentic."
setting.
Data Encryption
Set the encryption method.
When "Netwk Authentic." is set to [Open] or [Shared]: 
Value: Disable, WEP
When "Netwk Authentic." is set to [WPA-PSK] or [WPA2-PSK]: 
Value: TKIP*2, AES, Auto*2
WEP Key
Register the WEP key. Select [Edit] and Enter the WEP Key using the numeric keys.
NOTE
Up to 26 characters can be entered.
Character Entry Method (page 11-9)
Preshared
Key*3
Register the Preshared Key. Select [Edit] and Enter the Preshared Key using the numeric
keys.
NOTE
The number of characters is between 8 and 64.
Character Entry Method (page 11-9)
*1 Not displayed if you selected [Ad Hoc] for "Connection Mode".
*2 Not displayed if you selected [WPA2-PSK] for "Netwk Authentic.".
*3 Displayed if you selected [WPA-PSK] or [WPA2-PSK] for "Netwk Authentic.".
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Basic
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Optional Network] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Basic] > [OK] key
Item
TCP/IP Settings
Description
For details on setting value.
TCP/IP Settings (page 8-16)
For the setting value of [Bonjour].
ProtocolSettings (page 8-18)
NetWare
Use NetWare to receive documents.
Value: Off, On
AppleTalk
Selects whether to receive documents using AppleTalk.*1
Value: Off, On
IPSec
Select whether to use IPSec.
Value: Off, On
LAN Interface
Select the LAN Interface type.*1
Value: Auto, 10BASE-Half, 10BASE-Full, 100BASE-Half, 100BASE-Full, 1000BASE-T
NOTE
This function is displayed when the optional Network Interface Kit is installed.
MACAddressFilter
Select whether to use MAC Address Filter.
Operation Guide for the optional Network Interface Kit
Value: Off, On
Restart Network
Restarts the network card of the device.
*1 The setting will be changed after restarting the device or network.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Device Common
Configures overall machine operation.
Language
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Language] > [OK] key
Item
Language
Description
Select the language displayed on the message display.
Def. Screen(Box)
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Def. Screen(Box)] > [OK] key
Item
Def. Screen(Box)
Description
Select the screen to be displayed when [Document Box] key is selected.
Value: Custom Box, Job Box
Date Setting
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Date Setting] > [OK] key
Configure settings related to the date and time.
Item
Date
Description
Set the date for the location where you use the machine.
Value: Year (2000 to 2037), Month (01 to 12), Day (01 to 31)
Setting Date and Time (page 2-15)
NOTE
If you change the date while using the trial version of an application, you will no longer be able
to use the application.
Time
Set the date and time for the location where you use the machine.
Value: Hour (00 to 23), Minute (00 to 59), Second (00 to 59)
Setting Date and Time (page 2-15)
NOTE
If you change the time while using the trial version of an application, you will no longer be able
to use the application.
Date Format
Select the display format of year, month, and date. The year is displayed in Western notation.
Value: Month/Day/Year, Day/Month/Year, Year/Month/Day
Time Zone
Summer Time
Set the time difference from GMT. Choose the nearest listed location from the list. If you select
a region that utilizes summer time, configure settings for summer time.
Setting Date and Time (page 2-15)
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Buzzer
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Buzzer] > [OK] key
Set options for buzzer sound during the machine operations.
Item
Key Confirmation
Description
Emit a sound when a key is selected on the operation panel.
Value: Off, On
Job Finish
Emit a sound when a print job is normally completed.
Value: Off, On
Ready
Emit a sound when the warm-up is completed.
Value: Off, On
Warning
Emit a sound when errors occur.
Value: Off, On
Keyboard Confirm
Emit a sound when a key on the optional USB keyboard is selected.
Value: Off, On
RAM Disk Setting
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [RAM Disk Setting] > [OK] key
NOTE
This function will not be displayed when the optional SSD is installed.
Item
RAM Disk Setting
Description
A RAM disk can be created and its size can be set.
Creating a RAM disk makes it possible to print from a Job Box.
Value
RAM Disk Mode: Off, On
RAM Disk Size: The setting range varies depending on the amount of memory installed
and the option memory usage setting.
IMPORTANT
After changing the setting, restart the network or turn the machine OFF and then ON.
Format SSD
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Format SSD] > [OK] key
Format an optional SSD.
When an optional SSD is inserted into the printer for the first time, it must be formatted before use.
IMPORTANT
Formatting will destroy any existing data on a storage device including a used SSD.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Format SD Card
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Format SD Card] > [OK] key
Format an optional SD/SDHC memory card.
A new SD card must be formatted before it can be used in the machine.
IMPORTANT
• Formatting will destroy any existing data on a storage device including a used SD card.
• If you have installed application, do not format the SD card to avoid the removal of the application in the SD card.
Display Bright. (Display Brightness)
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Display Bright.] > [OK] key
Item
Display Bright.
Description
Set the brightness of the message display.
Value: Darker -2, Darker -1, Normal 0, Lighter +1, Lighter +2
Disp. Backlight
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Disp. Backlight] > [OK] key
Item
Disp. Backlight
Description
Set the backlight of the message display.
Value: On, Off, Touched
Error Handling
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Error Handling] > [OK] key
Select whether to cancel or continue the job when error has occurred.
Item
DuplexPaperError
Description
Select what to do when duplex printing is not possible for the selected paper size and media type.
Value
1-sided: Printed in 1-sided
Display Error: Message to cancel printing is displayed.
Paper Mismatch
Select what to do when the selected paper size or type does not match paper size or type
loaded in the specified paper source while printing from the computer by specifying the
cassette or multi-purpose tray.
Value
Continue: The setting is ignored and the job is printed.
Display Error: Message to cancel printing is displayed.
InsertMismatch
Set what to do when it is detected that the cassette paper size setting does not match the
actual paper size that is fed.
Value
Continue: The setting is ignored and the job is printed.
Display Error: Message to cancel printing is displayed.
MP Tray Empty
Turn this setting to [On] if you want the error displayed when the MP tray is configured as the
default paper source, and there is no paper in the MP tray, or turn it to [Off] not to have the error
displayed.
Value: Off, On
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Timer Setting
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Timer Setting] > [OK] key
Configure settings related to the time.
Item
Auto Panel Reset
Description
If no jobs are run for a certain period of time, automatically reset settings and return to the
default setting. Select to use Auto Panel Reset or not.
Value: Off, On
NOTE
The time allowed to elapse before the panel is reset is set with the "PanelReset Timer".
PanelReset Timer (page 8-31)
PanelReset Timer
If you select [On] for Auto Panel Reset, set the amount of time to wait before Auto Panel Reset.
Value: 5 to 495 seconds (in 5 second increments)
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Auto Panel Reset] is set to [On].
Sleep Level Set.
Sleep Level (models
except for Europe)
Select the Sleep level.
Set the Energy Saver mode to reduce power consumption even more than Quick Recovery
mode.
Value: Quick Recovery, Energy Saver
NOTE
When the optional Network Interface Kit is installed, this is not displayed.
Status
Set whether to use the Energy Saver mode for the following functions individually:
• Card Reader*1
• Application
Value: Off, On
NOTE
When the machine enters Energy Saver, the ID card cannot be recognized.
Sleep Timer
Set amount of time before entering Sleep.
Value:
1 to 120 minutes (1 minute increments)
Sleep and Auto Sleep (page 2-25)
Power Off Rule (models for
Europe)
Select whether or not the machine enters Power Off mode for the following function.
Select [On] to set the Power Off mode.
• Network
• USB Cable
• USB Host
• RAM Disk
• NIC*2
Value: Off, On
NOTE
Even when any of the functions is set to [On], if [NIC] is set to [Off], the machine does not enter
Power Off Mode.
Even when [Network] or [USB Cable] is set to [Off], if the machine does not communicate with
the other devices, the machine will enter Power Off Mode.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Description
Power Off Timer (models for
Europe)
Select whether to turn off the power automatically after a period of inactivity.
WeeklyTimer Set.
Configure settings for switching the machine to OFF and waking it automatically at a specified
time for each day of the week.
Weekly Timer
Value: 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, 4 hours, 5 hours, 6 hours, 9 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, 
2 days, 3 days, 4 days, 5 days, 6 days, 1 week
Select whether to use Weekly Timer.
Value: Off, On
Schedule
Specify the time for each day of the week at which the machine turns OFF.
Retry Settings
-
Limited Retries
Set whether or not retry of machine power-off is performed.
Value: Off, On
Retry Times
Set the number of retries for turning OFF this machine.
Value: 0 to 10 times
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Limited Retries] is set to [On].
Retry Interval
Set the retry interval.
Value: 10 to 60 seconds (increments of 10 seconds)
Auto Err. Clear
If an error occurs during processing, processing stops to wait for the next step to be taken by
the user. In the Auto Error Clear mode, automatically clear the error after a set amount of time
elapses.
Value: Off, On
Err. Clear Timer
If you select [On] for Auto Error Clear, set the amount of time to wait before automatically
clearing errors.
Value: 5 to 495 seconds (in 5 second increments)
NOTE
This function is displayed when [Auto Err. Clear] is set to [On].
FormFeed TimeOut
Receiving print data from the computer, the machine may sometimes wait if there is no
information signaling that the last page does not have any more data to be printed. When the
preset timeout passes, the machine automatically prints paper. The options are between 5 and
495 seconds.
Value: 5 to 495 seconds (in 5 second increments)
Ping Timeout
Set the time until timeout occurs when [Ping] is executed in "Network".
Value: 1 to 30 seconds (in 1 second increments)
*1 Displayed only when the optional Card Authentication Kit is activated.
*2 Displayed when the optional Network Interface Kit or Wireless Network Interface Kit is installed.
Disp. Status/Log
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Disp. Status/Log] > [OK] key
Item
Disp. Status/Log
Description
Set the display method of the Status/Log.
JobsDetailStatus
Value: Show All, My Jobs Only, Hide All
Jobs Log
Value: Show All, My Jobs Only, Hide All
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
USB KeyboardType
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [USB KeyboardType] > [OK] key
Item
USB KeyboardType
Description
Select the type of USB keyboard that you want to use.
Value: US, Europe US, France, Germany, UK-English
Bluetooth Set.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Bluetooth Set.] > [OK] key
Item
Off/On
Description
Use Bluetooth Keyboard.
Value: Off, On
Search Device
Select the keyboard to be used.
Low Toner Alert
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Low Toner Alert] > [OK] key
Item
Low Toner Alert
Description
Set the amount of remaining toner to notify the administrator when to order a toner when the
toner is running low.
Value: Off, On
Toner Level:
Set the toner level for notification of low toner.
The setting range is 5 to 100% (in 5% increments). Displayed when
[Off/On] is set to [On].
NOTE
Selecting [Off] alerts you low toner when the amount of remaining toner becomes 5%.
Msg Banner Print
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Device Common] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Msg Banner Print] > [OK] key
Item
Msg Banner Print
Description
Set whether the confirmation screen appears before each sheet is printed when printing
multiple banner sheets.
Value: Off, On
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Security
The security functions can be set up to protect printer operation and the print data.
Network Security
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Security] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Network Security] > [OK] key
SSL Setting
Item
SSL
Description
Select the SSL server settings.
Value
Off/On: Off, On
I/F Block Set.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Security] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [I/F Block Set.] > [OK] key
This allows you to protect this machine by blocking the interface with external devices such as USB hosts or optional
interfaces.
Item
USB Host
Description
This locks and protects the USB port (USB host).
Value: Unblock, Block
USB Device
This locks and protects the USB interface connector (USB Device).
Value: Unblock, Block
Option I/F
This locks and protects the optional interface slots.
Value: Unblock, Block
Parallel I/F
This blocks and protects the parallel interface.
Value: Unblock, Block
USB Drive
This locks and protects the USB drive slot.
Value: Unblock, Block
NOTE
This function is available when USB Host is set to [Unblock].
IMPORTANT
After changing the setting, restart the network or turn the machine OFF and then ON.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Security Level
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Security] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Security Level] > [OK] key
Item
Security Level
Description
Specify the security level.
Value
High:
This is the security setting we recommend. Use this setting normally.
Low:
This mode is used during maintenance. Do not use normally.
Very High: In addition to [High] setting, this setting disables the machine settings to be
changed from external command.
Data Security
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Security] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Data Security] > [OK] key
Configure settings for data stored in the optional SSD and machine's memory.
Item
SSD Initializ.
Description
This changes security function settings.
NOTE
Security Passwd
•
This function is displayed when the optional SSD is installed and the Data Security Function
is active.
•
Input of the security password is required to change security function settings. The initial
setting for the Security Password is "000000".
Customize the security password so that only the administrator can use the Data Encryption/
Overwrite.
Enter a password that uses six to 16 alphanumeric characters and symbols.
You will need to enter the password again for confirmation.
IMPORTANT
Avoid any easy-to-guess numbers for the security password (e.g. 11111111 or 12345678).
Initialization
This can be used to delete all the data stored in the SSD. Overwrite all the data stored in the
SSD when disposing of the machine.
IMPORTANT
If you accidentally turn the power switch off during initialization, the SSD might possibly
crash or initialization might fail.
NOTE
If you accidentally turn off power during initialization, turn it back on.
Initialization will restart automatically.
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
DataSanitization
Description
Return the following information registered in the machine to the factory defaults.
•
System settings
•
Data saved in Custom Box
•
Optional applications
IMPORTANT
Data saved in an application or SD card cannot be erased. To erase data on an SD card,
you must format the SD card.
Format SD Card (page 8-30)
NOTE
•
Once in progress, the processing cannot canceled.
•
Before executing this function, disconnect modular, network, and other cables.
•
Before performing this function, set all interface block settings to [Unblock].
I/F Block Set. (page 8-34)
•
Do not turn off the main power switch while sanitizing the data. If the main power is turned
off during data erasing, erasing will be executed automatically when the power is restored,
however, complete erasure cannot be guaranteed.
Run Immediately
Data Sanitization will be performed.
Schedule
Completely erase address and image data saved in the device at the scheduled time.
Value: Off, On
If [On] is selected, set the date and time that sanitization is to be performed. The setting range
is Year (2000 to 2037), Month (1 to 12), Day (1 to 31), Hour (00 to 23).
Device Use
The device use restriction after the data sanitization is completed.
The device cannot be used if [Prohibit] is selected.
Value: Permit, Prohibit
User/Job Account
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
Configure settings related to machine management.
Overview of User Login Administration (page 9-2)
Overview of Job Accounting (page 9-14)
Unknown ID Job (page 9-27)
Adjust/Maint.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Adjust/Maint.] > [OK] key
Adjust printing quality and conduct machine maintenance.
Item
Quiet Mode
Quiet Mode
Description
Lower print speed for quiet processing.
Set the Quiet Mode. Select this mode when the running noise is uncomfortable.
Value: Off, On
Each Job
It is possible to set the use of Quiet Mode for each job. Set whether or not to permit the setting
for each job.
Value: Permit, Prohibit
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Setup and Registration (System Menu) > System Menu
Item
Description
Restart
Restart the CPU without turning the power switch off. Use this to deal with any unstable
operation by the machine. (Same as the computer restart.)
Service Setting
Settings for machine maintenance and inspection. This menu is primarily used by service
technicians to perform maintenance.
Op Functions
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Op Functions] > [OK] key
Item
Op Functions
Description
You can use the optional applications installed on this machine.
Optional Function (page 11-7)
Software
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Software] > [OK] key
Item
Software
Description
Check the machine's system and engine software versions.
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9
User Authentication and
Accounting (User Login,
Job Accounting)
This chapter explains the following topics:
Overview of User Login Administration .............................................................................................................. 9-2
Enabling User Login Administration ................................................................................................................... 9-3
Setting User Login Administration ...................................................................................................................... 9-5
Adding a User (Local User List) ............................................................................................................... 9-5
Changing User Properties ....................................................................................................................... 9-6
User Login Administration for Printing ..................................................................................................... 9-8
NW User Property (Obtain Network User Property) .............................................................................. 9-10
ID Card Settings ..................................................................................................................................... 9-11
PIN Login Settings ................................................................................................................................. 9-12
Using User Login Administration ...................................................................................................................... 9-13
Login/Logout .......................................................................................................................................... 9-13
Overview of Job Accounting ............................................................................................................................ 9-14
Enabling Job Accounting ................................................................................................................................. 9-15
Job Accounting Access .......................................................................................................................... 9-16
Setting an Account ........................................................................................................................................... 9-17
Adding an Account ................................................................................................................................. 9-17
Restricting the Use of the Machine ........................................................................................................ 9-18
Editing an Account ................................................................................................................................. 9-19
Deleting an Account ............................................................................................................................... 9-20
Job Accounting for Printing .................................................................................................................... 9-21
Configuring Job Accounting ............................................................................................................................. 9-23
Apply Limit ............................................................................................................................................. 9-23
Counting the Number of Pages Printed ................................................................................................. 9-24
Print Accounting Report ......................................................................................................................... 9-25
Using Job Accounting ...................................................................................................................................... 9-26
Login/Logout .......................................................................................................................................... 9-26
Unknown ID Job ............................................................................................................................................... 9-27
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Overview of User Login Administration
Overview of User Login Administration
User login administration specifies how the user access is administered on this machine. Enter a correct login user
name and password for user authentication to login.
1
2
Enable User Login
Administration 
(page 9-3)
Set the user
(page 9-5)
3
Enter the login user name and
password and execute the job
(page 9-13)
UserA
Access are in three levels - "User", "Administrator", and "Machine Administrator". The security levels can be modified
only by the "Machine Administrator".
To manage the job account from PC
In addition to the above settings, the following are necessary to manage the job account from PC.
To Manage the Users to Print from PCs
Printing System Driver settings are necessary to manage the users that print on the machine from PCs.
1
Set the User Login Administration
2
Print
on the printing system driver
(page 9-8)
User A
User B
User C
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Enabling User Login Administration
Enabling User Login Administration
This enables user login administration.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [▼] key > [User Login Set.] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
1 [▲] [▼] key > [User Login] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Login Type] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Netwk Authentic.] > [OK] key
NOTE
Select [Off] to disable user login administration.
2 [▲] [] key > [Netwk Auth. Set.] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Server Type.] > [OK] key >
[▲] [] key > [NTLM], [Kerberos] or [Ext.] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Host Name] > 
[OK] key
3 Enter the host name (64 characters or less) for the Authentication Server and select the
[OK] key.
4 Select the domain name for the Authentication Server, and select the [OK] key.
If the domain has not been set, select the number where "----------------" is displayed and select
[Menu]. Select [Edit] and select the [OK] key then enter the domain name (in 256 characters or less).
Select the [OK] key and the domain will be registered.
To edit or delete a domain name that has already been registered, select that domain name and
select [Menu].
NOTE
Up to 10 domain names can be registered.
5 When selecting [Ext.] as the server type, select [▲] [] key > [Port] > [OK] key.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Enabling User Login Administration
6 Enter the port number and select the [OK] key.
NOTE
If the login user name and password are rejected, check the following settings.
• Network Authentication setting of the machine
• User property of the Authentication Server
• Date and time setting of the machine and the Authentication Server
If you cannot login because of the setting of the machine, login with any administrator
registered in the local user list and correct the settings.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting User Login Administration
Setting User Login Administration
This registers, alters and deletes users and configures the settings for User Login Administration.
Adding a User (Local User List)
Use Olivetti Net Manager to register new users.
Olivetti Net Manager Install Manual
NOTE
By default, one of each default user with machine administrator rights and administrator privileges is already stored.
Each user's properties are:
Machine Administrator
User Name:
DeviceAdmin
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Access Level:
Machine Administrator
Administrator
User Name:
Admin
Login User Name: Admin
Login Password:
Admin
Access Level:
Administrator
* Upper case and lower case letters are distinguished (case sensitive).
It is recommended to periodically change the user name, login user name and login password regularly for your
security.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting User Login Administration
Changing User Properties
User properties can be changed. The information that can be changed is the "Login User Name" and "Login Password".
NOTE
To change the user information of the machine administrator, you must log in with machine administrator authority.
You can only view user information if you log in as a regular user.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
1
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [▼] key > [User Login Set.] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Local User List] > [OK] key
2
Change the user properties.
Changing user properties
1 Select the user whose properties you wish to change, and the [OK] key.
2 Change the user information.
Select "Login User Name" or "Login Password" [Edit], enter the information, and select the [OK] key.
Select the [►] key to view the next screen. Select the [◄] key to return to the previous screen. You
can browse through "User Names".
Item
Description
User Name
Displays the name shown on the user list.
Login User Name
Displays the login user name that is entered at login.
Login Password
Changes the password that is entered at login. Up to 64 characters
can be entered.
E-mail Address
The user can change his/her E-mail address. The registered address
will be automatically selected for subsequent operations that need
any E-mail function.
Account ID
Add an account where the user belongs. The user, who registered his/
her account name, can login without entering the account ID.
Overview of Job Accounting (page 9-14)
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting User Login Administration
NOTE
When the logged in user does not have administrator authority, only the information of
that user can be changed.
3 Select the [OK] key.
The user information is changed.
Deleting a user
To delete a user, use Olivetti Net Manager.
Olivetti Net Manager Install Manual
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting User Login Administration
User Login Administration for Printing
It is possible to manage the users that print on this machine from a PC.
Setting Printing System Driver
To manage the users that print on this machine from a PC, the following settings are necessary in the printing
system driver. Instructions are based on interface elements as they appear in Windows 10.
1
Display the screen.
1 Click [Start] button on the Windows and then select [Windows System], [Control Panel],
and [View devices and printers].
NOTE
• In Windows 8.1, select [Settings] in charms on Desktop, and select [Control Panel],
and then [Devices and Printers]
• In Windows 7, click [Start] button on the Windows, and then click [Devices and
Printers].
2 Right-click the printing system driver icon of the machine, and click the [Printer properties] menu of
the printing system driver.
3 Click [Administrator] on the [Device Settings] tab.
2
Configure the settings.
1 Select [User login] on the [User Login] tab.
1
2
2 Set the User Login Administration.
[Use specific name]: This option can be used to specify a user name and password to use the same
User login for every print job. If this option is selected, the user does not have to type the name and
password for each print job.
[Prompt for name]: A screen for entering the user name and password will be displayed when
attempting a printing. The user name and password must be entered each time a printing is
attempted.
[Prompt for name and validate]: A screen for entering the user name and password will be
displayed when attempting a printing. The user name and password stored in the Login user name
list needs to be entered. The user name and password must be entered each time a printing is
attempted.
[Validate user name (computer) or prompt for login user name]: When printing, the Windows
user name is searched in the "Login user names" and printing is possible if the name is registered. If
the name is not registered, the printing will be canceled for users with only user authority. If the user
has administrator privileges, the screen to enter the user name and password will appear.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting User Login Administration
3 Click [OK].
NOTE
For other settings of job accounting, refer to the following:
Printing System Driver User Guide
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting User Login Administration
NW User Property (Obtain Network User Property)
Set the required information to obtain the network user property from the LDAP server.
NOTE
• This setting only appears when the "Login Type" of "User Login" is set to [Netwk Authentic.] and the "Server Type"
is set to [NTLM] or [Kerberos].
Enabling User Login Administration (page 9-3)
• Setting to obtain network user information is performed from the operation panel. The details of the information to be
obtained should be set with Embedded Web Server RX.
Embedded Web Server RX User Guide
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [▼] key > [User Login Set.] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
[▲] [] key > [NW User Property] > [OK] key
The setting items are as follows.
Item
Off/On
Descriptions
Set whether or not network user information is acquired.
Value: Off, On
Authenticat Type
Set the authentication method.
Value: Simple, SASL
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting User Login Administration
ID Card Settings
If ID card authentication is enabled, select the authentication type.
NOTE
This functions appears when the Card Authentication kit is activated.
Card Authentication Kit(B) "Card Authentication Kit" (page 11-3)
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [▼] key > [User Login Set.] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
[▲] [▼] key > [ID Card Settings] > [OK] key
The following settings can be selected.
Item
Key Login
Descriptions
When ID card authentication is enabled, select whether or not login by
keyboard is allowed.
Value: Permit, Prohibit
Additional
Auth.*1
Select whether or not to require password entry after authenticating by ID
card.
Value: Off, Use Password, Use PIN
*1 This function does not appear when the server type is set to [NTLM] or [Kerberos] in "Network
Authentication".
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting User Login Administration
PIN Login Settings
NOTE
This setting is only displayed when [Network Authentication] must be selected for the authentication method and the
server type is set to [Ext.] in "Network Authentication".
Enabling User Login Administration (page 9-3)
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [▼] key > [User Login Set.] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
[▲] [▼] key > [PIN Login] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > Select [Off] or [On] > [OK] key
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Using User Login Administration
Using User Login Administration
This section explains procedures while setting job accounting.
Login/Logout
If user login administration is enabled, the login user name and login password entry screen appears each time you use
this machine.
Use the procedure below to login and logout.
Login
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, log in by referring to the following:
Login (page 2-13)
Logout
When the operations are complete, select the [Logout] key to return to the login user name and login password entry
screen.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Overview of Job Accounting
Overview of Job Accounting
Job accounting manages the print count accumulated by individual accounts by assigning an ID to each account.
1
Enable job
accounting. (Refer
to page 9-15.)
2
Setting an
account. (Refer
to page 9-17.)
3
Enter the assigned account
ID when performing the
job. (Refer to page 9-13.)
4
Count the number of pages
printed.
A: 00000001
100
400
200
To manage the job account from PC
In addition to the above settings, the following are necessary to manage the job account from PC.
To Manage the Number of Sheets Used on Jobs Printed from a PC
To manage the number of jobs to be printed from the PC on the network, you need to configure settings by using
the printing system driver on the PC.
1
Set Job Accounting for the PC on
the network by using the printing
system driver. (Refer to page 9-21.)
2
Execute printing.
3
Count the number of
pages printed.
A: 00000001
100
B: 00000002
C: 00000003
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400
200
User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Enabling Job Accounting
Enabling Job Accounting
Enable job accounting. Use the procedure below.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [▼] key > [Job Account.Set.] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
[▲] [▼] key > [Job Accounting] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [On] > [OK] key
NOTE
• To disable job accounting, select [Off].
• When the display returns to System Menu default screen, logout is automatically executed
and the screen to enter the Account ID appears. To continue the operation, enter the
Account ID.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Enabling Job Accounting
Job Accounting Access
Set the job accounting access.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2655: 5500
2 [▲] [▼] key > [Job Account.Set.] > [OK] key
2
Configure the settings.
[▲] [▼] key > [AccountingAccess] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Local] or [Network] > [OK] key
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting an Account
Setting an Account
You can add, change and delete an account and set the restriction for each account.
Adding an Account
Add a new account.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [] key > [Job Account.Set.] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Account. (Local)] > 
[OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Account. List] > [OK] key > [Add]
2
Enter the account ID.
Enter the account name > [OK] key
A new account is added on the account list.
NOTE
Any "Account ID" that has already registered cannot be used. Enter any other account ID.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting an Account
Restricting the Use of the Machine
This section explains how to restrict the use of the machine by account or the number of sheets available.
Restriction Items
Item
Print Restrict.
Descriptions
Limits the total number of sheets used for printing.
Applying Restriction
Restriction can be applied in the following modes:
Item
Descriptions
Off
No restriction is applied.
Counter Limit
Restricts the print counter in one-page increments up to 9,999,999 copies.
Reject Usage
Restriction is applied.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting an Account
Editing an Account
This changes the registered account information.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [▼] key > [Job Account.Set.] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Account. (Local)] > 
[OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Account. List] > [OK] key
2
Edit an account.
1 Select the account you want to change and select the [OK] key.
2 [▲] [] key > [Detail/Edit] > [OK] key
3 Select the item you want to change, and select the [OK] key.
4 Refer to step 2 of "Adding an Account" and "Restricting the Use of the Machine" to change
account information.
Adding an Account (page 9-17)
Restricting the Use of the Machine (page 9-18)
5 Select the [OK] key.
The account information is changed.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting an Account
Deleting an Account
This deletes the account.
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [▼] key > [Job Account.Set.] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Account. (Local)] > 
[OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Account. List] > [OK] key
2
Delete an account.
1 Select the account you want to delete and [OK] key.
2 [▲] [▼] key > [Delete] > [OK] key > [Yes]
The account is deleted.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting an Account
Job Accounting for Printing
The number of jobs to be printed from the computer can be managed by Job Accounting.
Setting Printing System Driver
To manage the number of jobs to be printed from the PC on the network, you need configure the following settings
by using the Printing System Driver on the PC. Instructions are based on interface elements as they appear in
Windows 10.
1
Display the screen.
1 Click [Start] button on the Windows and then select [Windows System], [Control Panel],
and [View devices and printers].
NOTE
• In Windows 8.1, select [Settings] in charms on Desktop, and select [Control Panel],
and then [Devices and Printers].
• In Windows 7, click [Start] button on the Windows, and then click [Devices and
Printers].
2 Right-click the Printing System Driver icon of the machine, and click the [Printer properties] menu of
the printing system driver.
3 Click [Administrator] on the [Device Settings] tab.
2
Configure the settings.
1 Select [Job accounting] on the [Job Accounting] tab.
1
2
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Setting an Account
2 Set the Account ID.
[Use specific account ID]: Enter the Account ID. Printing will be performed using the entered
Account ID. If this option is selected, the user does not have to enter the Account ID for each print job.
[Prompt for account ID]: A screen for entering the Account ID will be displayed when attempting a
printing. The Account ID must be entered each time a printing is attempted.
[Prompt for account ID and validate]: A screen for entering the Account ID will be displayed when
attempting a printing. The Account ID stored in the Account ID list needs to be entered. The Account
ID must be entered each time a printing is attempted.
[Display account ID list]: The Account ID list is displayed when printing. The Account ID to be used
needs to be selected from the list.
[Validate user name (computer) or prompt for account ID]: When printing, the Windows user
name is searched in the "Login user names" and printing is possible if the name is registered. If the
name is not registered, the printing will be canceled for users with only user authority. If the user has
administrator privileges, the screen to enter the user name and password will appear.
3 Click [OK].
NOTE
For other settings of job accounting, refer to the following:
Printing System Driver User Guide
9-22
User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Configuring Job Accounting
Configuring Job Accounting
Apply Limit
Use this to specify the action taken when a department exceeds its printing limits.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Job Account.Set.] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Apply Limit] > [OK] key
For details on each function, see the table below.
Item
Apply Limit
Description
This specifies how the machine behaves when the counter has reached the limit of restriction.
The table below describes the action taken.
Value
Immediately: Job stops when the counter reaches its limit.
Subsequently: Printing of the job continues but the subsequent job will be rejected.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Configuring Job Accounting
Counting the Number of Pages Printed
This counts the number of pages printed. Counts are classified into Total Job Accounting and Each Job Accounting. A
new count can also be started after resetting the count data which was stored for a certain period of time.
[Menu] key > [▲] [▼] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Job Account.Set.] > [OK] key > 
[▲] [▼] key > [Account.(Local)] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Each Job Account] > [OK] key
Each Job Account
This counts the number of pages for each account and resets the counts by account. When checking Each Job
Accounting, select the account for which you want to check the count.
Types of the counts are as follows.
Item
Printed Pages
Descriptions
Displays the total number of pages used. You can also use "by Duplex" and "by Combine" to
check the number of pages used.
Total
Displays the total number of pages used.
Combine(None)
Displays the number of sheets used for printing without the Combine setting.
Combine(2in1)
Displays the number of sheets used for 2in1 printing.
Combine(4in1)
Displays the number of sheets used for 4in1 printing.
Duplex(1side)
Displays the number of sheets used for 1side printing.
Duplex(2side)
Displays the number of sheets used for 2side printing.
Counter Reset
Resets the counter.
Select [Yes] in the confirmation screen.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Configuring Job Accounting
Print Accounting Report
The total pages counted of all relevant accounts can be printed as an accounting report.
ACCOUNT. REPORT
Use the procedure below to print a job accounting report.
1
Prepare paper.
2
Display the screen.
Check that A4 or Letter paper is loaded in the cassette.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
2 [▲] [] key > [Job Account.Set.] > [OK] key > [▲] [] key > [Account. (Local)] > 
[OK] key
3
Print the report.
[▲] [▼] key > [Account. Report] > [OK] key > [Yes]
Accounting report is printed.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Using Job Accounting
Using Job Accounting
This section explains procedures while setting job accounting.
Login/Logout
If job accounting is enabled, an account ID entry screen appears each time you use this machine.
Use the procedure below to login and logout.
Login
1 In the account ID entry screen, enter the account ID using the numeric keys and select the
[OK] key.
NOTE
• If you entered a wrong character, select the [Clear] key and enter the account ID
again.
• If the entered account ID does not match the registered ID, a warning beep will sound
and login will fail. Enter the correct account ID.
When the screen to enter the login user name and password appears
If user login administration is enabled, the screen to enter the login user name and password
appears. Enter a login user name and password to login.
Adding a User (Local User List) (page 9-5)
2 Proceed to complete the rest of the steps.
Logout
When the operations are complete, select the [Logout] key to return to the account ID entry screen.
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User Authentication and Accounting (User Login, Job Accounting) > Unknown ID Job
Unknown ID Job
This specifies the behavior for handling the jobs sent with unknown or unsent login user names or User ID. If the User
Login is set to invalid and Job Accounting is set to valid, follow the procedure when the Account ID is unknown.
The setting items are as follows.
Item
Descriptions
Permit
The job is permitted to be printed.
Reject
The job is rejected (not printed).
1
Display the screen.
1 [Menu] key > [▲] [] key > [User/Job Account] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
2
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
Configure the settings.
[▲] [▼] key > [Unknown ID Job] > [OK] key > [▲] [▼] key > [Reject] or [Permit] > [OK] key
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10
Troubleshooting
This chapter explains the following topics:
Regular Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................... 10-2
Cleaning ................................................................................................................................................. 10-2
Toner Container Replacement ............................................................................................................... 10-4
Waste Toner Box Replacement ............................................................................................................. 10-9
Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................................. 10-11
Solving Malfunctions ............................................................................................................................. 10-11
Responding to Messages .................................................................................................................... 10-15
Clearing Paper Jams ........................................................................................................................... 10-24
10-1
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Cleaning
Clean the machine regularly to ensure optimum printing quality.
CAUTION
For safety, always unplug the power cord before cleaning the machine.
Registration Roller
1
2
10-2
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
3
Use a lint free cloth to clean dust and dirt away from the
registration roller (metal).
Transfer roller
(Black)
IMPORTANT
Be careful not to touch the black transfer roller and brown transfer belt during
cleaning as this may adversely affect print quality.
4
Vents
Use a lint free cloth to clean dust and dirt away from the vents.
10-3
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
Toner Container Replacement
When toner runs low, "Toner is low." appears in the message display. Make sure you have a new toner container
available for replacement.
When the message displays "Replace the toner.", replace the toner.
Frequency of Toner Container Replacement
The life of the toner containers depends on the amount of toner required to accomplish your printing jobs. According to
ISO/IEC 19752 and EcoPrint switched off the toner container can print as follows (A4/Letter paper is assumed):
Models
Life of the Toner Container (Printable pages)
PG L2645
12,500 images
PG L2650
15,500 images
PG L2655
21,000 images
(for North America and Latin America model)
PG L2655
(except for North America and Latin America model)
25,000 images
NOTE
• The average number of pages that can be printed by the toner containers included with the machine are as follows.
PG L2645: 6,000 images. 
PG L2650: 8,000 images. 
PG L2655: 10,000 images.
• To maintain quality, we recommend using genuine Olivetti toner containers, which must pass numerous quality
inspections.
• The memory chip in the toner container of this product stores information necessary for improving customer
convenience, operation of the recycling system for used toner containers, and planning and development of new
products. The stored information does not include information that makes it possible to identify individuals, and is
only used anonymously for the above purposes.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to incinerate parts which contain toner. Dangerous sparks may cause burns.
10-4
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
Replacing the Toner Container
1
2
10-5
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
3
NOTE
When removing the toner container from the machine, lift up the right hand side first.
4
10-6
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
5
IMPORTANT
Do not touch the points shown below.
6
7
10-7
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
8
9
NOTE
• If the Upper Tray does not close, check that the new toner container is installed correctly (in step 6).
• Return the exhausted toner container to your dealer or service representative. The collected toner container will be
recycled or disposed in accordance with the relevant regulations.
10-8
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
Waste Toner Box Replacement
When the waste toner box becomes full, immediately replace the waste toner box.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to incinerate parts which contain toner. Dangerous sparks may cause burns.
1
2
3
10-9
Troubleshooting > Regular Maintenance
4
5
NOTE
Return the exhausted waste toner box to your dealer or service representative. The collected waste toner box will be
recycled or disposed in accordance with the relevant regulations.
10-10
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Solving Malfunctions
The table below provides general guidelines for problem solving.
If a problem occurs with your machine, look into the checkpoints and perform procedures indicated on the following
pages. If the problem persists, contact your Service Representative.
NOTE
When contacting us, the serial number will be necessary.
To check the serial number, refer to the following:
Checking the Equipment's Serial Number (page i)
Machine Operation Trouble
When the following machine operation troubles occur, implement appropriate procedures.
Symptom
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
An application does not
start.
Is the Auto Panel Reset time short?
Set the Auto Panel Reset time to 30
seconds or more.
page 8-31
The screen does not
respond when the power
switch is turned on.
Check the power cord.
Connect both ends of the power cord
securely.
―
Blank sheets are ejected.
―
Check that the settings of the
application software.
―
Paper often jams.
Is the paper loaded correctly?
Load the paper correctly.
page 3-2
―
Turn the orientation 180 degrees around
in which the paper is positioned.
page 3-2
Is the paper of the supported type? Is it
in good condition?
Remove the paper, turn it over, and
reload it.
page 3-4
Is the paper curled, folded or wrinkled?
Replace the paper with new paper.
page 3-4
Are there any loose scraps or jammed
paper in the machine?
Remove any jammed paper.
page 10-24
―
Load the paper correctly.
page 3-2
2 or more sheets are
overlaps when ejected.
(multi feed)
10-11
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Symptom
Printouts are wrinkled.
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Is the paper loaded correctly?
Load the paper correctly.
page 3-2
―
Turn the orientation 180 degrees around
in which the paper is positioned.
page 3-2
Is the paper damp?
Replace the paper with new paper.
page 3-2
―
Turn the paper over in the cassette, or
turn the orientation 180 degrees around
in which the paper is positioned.
page 3-2
Is the paper damp?
Replace the paper with new paper.
page 3-2
Printing System Driver
cannot be installed.
Is the driver installed with the host name
while Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct function is
available?
Specify the IP address instead of the
host name.
―
Cannot print.
Is the machine plugged in?
Plug the power cord into an AC outlet.
―
Is the machine powered on?
Turn on the power switch.
page 2-9
Are the USB cable and network cable
connected?
Connect the correct USB cable and
network cable securely.
page 2-8
Is the USB host blocked?
Select [Unblock] in the USB host
settings.
page 8-34
―
Check that the USB drive is securely
plugged into the machine.
―
While [Auto-IP] is already
set to [On], the IP address is
not assigned automatically.
Is a value other than "0.0.0.0" entered
for the link local address of TCP/IP(v4)?
Enter "0.0.0.0" for the IP address of
TCP/IP(v4).
page 2-16
The machine is emitting
steam in the area around the
paper ejection slot.
Check the room temperature to see if it
is low, or if damp paper was used.
Depending on the printing environment
and the paper's condition, the heat
generated during printing will cause the
moisture in the paper to evaporate, and
the steam emitted may look like smoke.
This is not a problem, and you can
continue printing. If the steam concerns
you, raise the room temperature, or
replace the paper with a newer, dryer
paper.
―
Printouts are curled.
Cannot print with USB drive.
USB drive not recognized.
10-12
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Printed Image Trouble
When the following printed image trouble occurs, implement appropriate procedures.
Symptom
Printed images are totally
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Is the paper damp?
Replace the paper with new paper.
page 3-2
Have you changed the density?
Select appropriate density level.
page 8-12
Is the toner distributed evenly within the
toner container?
Shake the toner container from side to
side several times.
page 10-4
Is EcoPrint mode enabled?
Disable [EcoPrint] mode.
page 8-12
―
Make sure the paper type setting is
correct for the paper being used.
page 8-9
―
Select the [Menu] > [Adjust/Maint.] >
[Service Setting] > [Drum] > [OK] >
[OK].
―
Have you changed the density?
Select appropriate density level.
page 8-12
―
Select the [Menu] > [Adjust/Maint.] >
[Service Setting] > [Drum] > [OK] >
[OK].
―
―
Select the [Menu] > [Adjust/Maint.] >
[Service Setting] > [MC] > [OK] > [OK]
and increase the adjustment value.
Increase the adjustment value 1 level at
a time from the current value. If there is
no improvement after the value is
increased by 1 level, increase by 1 level
again. If there is still no improvement,
return the setting to the original value.
―
Black dots appear on the
white background when
white original is scanned.
―
Select the [Menu] > [Adjust/Maint.] >
[Service Setting] > [Drum2], load A4
paper in the multi purpose tray, and
select [OK] > [OK].
(Except PG L2650 / PG L2655)
―
Printed images are fuzzy.
Is the device used in an environment
with high humidity or where the
temperature or humidity changes
suddenly?
Use in an environment that has suitable
humidity.
―
―
Select the [Menu] > [Adjust/Maint.] >
[Service Setting] > [Drum] > [OK] >
[OK].
―
Is the paper loaded correctly?
Check the position of the paper width
guides.
page 3-4
too light.
Printed images are too dark
even though the background
of the scanned original is
white.
Printed images are skewed.
10-13
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Symptom
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
The altitude is 1000 m or
higher and irregular
horizontal white lines appear
in the image.
―
Select [Menu] > [Adjust/Maint.] >
[Service Setting] > [Altitude Adj.] >
[2001 - 3000m] or [3001 - 3500m], and
select [OK] > [OK].
―
The altitude is 1000 m or
higher and dots appear in
the image.
―
Select [Menu] > [Adjust/Maint.] >
[Service Setting] > [Altitude Adj.] >
[2001 - 3000m] or [3001 - 3500m], and
select [OK] > [OK].
―
Dirt on the top edge or back
of the paper.
Is the interior of the machine dirty?
Clean the interior of the machine.
page 10-2
Part of the image is
periodically faint or shows
white lines.
―
Select the [Menu] > [Adjust/Maint.] >
[Service Setting] > [Drum] > [OK] >
[OK].
―
The previous image remains
and lightly printed.
―
Make sure the paper type setting is
correct for the paper being used.
page 3-11
10-14
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Responding to Messages
If the message display or the computer displays any of these messages, follow the corresponding procedure.
NOTE
When contacting us, the serial number will be necessary. To check the serial number, refer to the following:
Checking the Equipment's Serial Number (page i)
A
Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
A machine
administrator right is
required.
―
You can only change the settings
selected when logged in as a user
with machine administrator
privileges.
—
Access denied.
―
The Log in operation failed for the
specified number of times so it is no
longer possible to attempt to log in.
Contact a system administrator.
—
Access point was not
detected.
―
Check if the access point has been
set correctly.
page 8-24
Account error.
―
Failed to specify Job Accounting
when processing the job externally.
The job is canceled. Select [OK].
—
Add paper in BulkFee.
―
The paper has run out in the paper
source displayed. Supply paper
according to the paper source
displayed (optional Bulk Paper
Feeder).
—
Add paper in cassette #.
Is the indicated cassette out of
paper?
page 3-4
Add paper in MP tray.
Is the paper of the selected size
loaded in the multi purpose tray?
The paper has run out in the paper
source displayed. Supply paper
according to the paper source
displayed (paper cassettes, MP
tray, or optional paper feeders).
Administrator only.
―
You can only change the settings
selected when logged in as a user
with administrator privileges.
page 9-5
You cannot login.
Press [OK].
page 3-11
B
Message
Box limit exceeded.*1
Checkpoints
―
Corrective Actions
The specified box is full, and no
further storage is available; Job is
canceled. Press [End]. Try to
perform the job again after printing
or deleting data from the box.
Reference
Page
―
*1 When Auto Error Clear is set to [On], processing resumes automatically after a set amount of time elapses. For details
on Auto Error Clear, refer to the following:
Auto Err. Clear (page 8-32)
10-15
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
C
Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Canceling...
―
Displayed when data is being
canceled.
―
Cannot connect.
―
This appears when the Wi-Fi or WiFi Direct connection did not
complete. Check the settings, and
check the signal conditions.
page 7-5
Cannot connect to
Authentication Server.
―
Press [OK] and check the following
items:
page 9-3
• Registration to Authentication
Server
• Password and computer address for
Authentication Server
• Connection of Network
Cannot connect to the
network.
―
Unable to connect to the optional
network. Check the optional
network settings.
page 8-24
―
Is the push button on the multiple
access points pressed
simultaneously?
―
Check the network.
Cannot connect.
Multiple access points
are enabled.
Specify an access point which you
want to use. and press the push
button again.
Retry the connection by specifying
an access point after waiting for a
while.
Cannot duplex print on
this paper.*1
Did you select a paper size/type
that cannot be duplex printed?
Select [Alt] to select the available
paper. Select [Continue] to print
without using Duplex function.
Select [Cancel] to cancel the job.
―
Cannot execute this job.
Restricted by
Authentication settings.
―
This job is canceled because it is
restricted by Group Authentication
settings. Select [OK].
―
Cannot perform.
―
It is not possible to perform
sanitization because a job is being
processed, etc.
―
Cannot recognize.
―
Make sure your ID card has been
registered.
page 9-11
Cannot recognize ID
card.
―
Make sure the USB connector of
the ID card reader is correctly
connected to the machine.
page 8-34
If USB Host is set to [Block],
change the setting to [Unblock].
Cannot remove the
memory while in use.
―
This message is displayed when
[Remove USB Drive] was selected
while a USB drive was being used.
page 5-13
The previous screen is displayed
again 1 or 2 seconds.
Cassette# not loaded.
―
The corresponding paper cassette
is not installed. Install the cassette.
10-16
page 3-4
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Check cassette #.
―
Open and then close the indicated
cassette.
―
Close left cover.
Is there any cover which is open?
Close the cover indicated on the
screen.
―
Close rear cover.
Close top cover.
*1 When Auto Error Clear is set to [On], processing resumes automatically after a set amount of time elapses. For details
on Auto Error Clear, refer to the following:
Auto Err. Clear (page 8-32)
E
Message
Enclose the IPv6
address in brackets [ ].
Checkpoints
―
Corrective Actions
The IPv6 address entered in the host
name is not enclosed in brackets [ ].
To enter the IPv6 address, enclose
the address in brackets [ ].
Reference
Page
―
(e.g.,
[3ae3:9a0:cd05:b1d2:28a:1fc0:a1:1
0ae]:140)
Error occurred.
―
Press the power switch to turn off,
and then press it again to turn on. 
If this message still remains, press
the power switch to turn off, and
contact your service representative.
Turn the power switch
off and on.
―
F
Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Failed to get the network
user information.
—
An error occurred when obtaining
user information after the
authentication. Log in again.
―
File was deleted.
—
The file or box selected does not exist.
―
Check the document
box.
Check that the box has not been
deleted, or that the file has not been
deleted or moved.
I
Message
Incorrect account ID.
Checkpoints
―
Corrective Actions
The Account ID does not match.
Reference
Page
page 9-16
Check the registered Account ID.
Incorrect account ID.
―
The account ID was incorrect when
processing the job externally. The
job is canceled. Select [OK].
Press [OK].*1
10-17
page 9-17
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Message
Incorrect ID.
Checkpoints
―
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
The user ID entered for a private job
is not correct. Check the user ID
that you specified on the printing
system driver.
page 4-13
page 4-15
Incorrect password.
―
The password does not match the
password set. Enter the correct
password.
―
Incorrect login user
name or password.
―
The NTLM server rejected the
authentication. Enter the correct
Login User Name or Password.
―
Incorrect login user
name or password.
―
The login user name or password
was incorrect when processing the
job externally. Select the [OK] key.
―
Job is canceled.*1
*1 When Auto Error Clear is set to [On], processing resumes automatically after a set amount of time elapses. For details
on Auto Error Clear, refer to the following:
Auto Err. Clear (page 8-32)
J
Message
Job Accounting
restriction exceeded.
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
The printing count exceeded the
acceptable count restricted by Job
Accounting. Cannot print any more.
This job is canceled. Select [OK].
page 9-23
Press [OK].
Is the acceptable printing count
restricted by Job Accounting
exceeded?
Job not stored.
―
The job is canceled. 
Select the [OK] key.
―
Press [OK].
K
Message
KPDL error.
Press [OK].*1
Checkpoints
―
Corrective Actions
Select the [OK] key.
Reference
Page
―
*1 When Auto Error Clear is set to [On], processing resumes automatically after a set amount of time elapses. For details
on Auto Error Clear, refer to the following:
Auto Err. Clear (page 8-32)
10-18
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
L
Message
Limit exceeded.
Checkpoints
―
The added box exceeded the
maximum number of box.
You cannot add any
more.
Load paper in 
cassette #.
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
page 5-7
Delete it if there is a unnecessary box.
Is the indicated cassette out of
paper?
Load paper.
Does the selected paper size
matches the paper size loaded in
the specified paper source?
No paper in the Bulk Feeder
matches the print data. Set paper in
the MP tray.
A4
↑↓ (Displayed alternately)
Different paper size is
set.
page 3-4
Select [Alt.] to select the other
paper source. Select the [OK] key
to print on the paper in the currently
selected paper source
Check paper size.
Load paper in Bulk
Feeder.
(paper size)
―
Press [Continue] to resume
printing.
(paper type)
If you want to print from a different
paper source, press [Alt] to display
[Alternative:] and you can change
the source for paper feeding. You
can abandon printing by pressing
[Cancel].
Load paper in cassette #. Does the selected paper size
(paper size)
matches the paper size loaded in
(paper type)
the specified paper source?
Load paper in MP tray.
(paper size)
(paper type)
Low security
Load paper.
Select [Alt.] to select the other
paper source. Select the [Continue]
key to print on the paper in the
currently selected paper source.
page 3-4
page 3-11
Select [Cancel] to cancel the job.
―
This message is displayed when
[Low] was selected in Security
Level.
10-19
page 8-35
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
M
Message
Machine failure.
Checkpoints
Reference
Page
―
An error has occurred in the
machine. Make a note of the error
code displayed on the message
display, and contact your service
representative.
—
―
Unable to continue the job as the
memory is used up. Press
[Continue] to print the scanned
pages. The print job cannot be
processed completely. Press
[Cancel] to cancel the job.
The machine may reproduce the
same originals by arranging the
following settings:
• Select [On] of RAM Disk Setting in
System Menu, and then decrease
the RAM disk size.
page 11-3
Call service.
Memory is full.
Corrective Actions
Print job cannot be
processed completely.*1
• Select [Printer Priority] of
Optional Memory in System Menu.
NOTE
Before changing the RAM Disk
Setting or Optional Memory setting,
contact your administrator.
*1 When Auto Error Clear is set to [On], processing resumes automatically after a set amount of time elapses. For details
on Auto Error Clear, refer to the following:
Auto Err. Clear (page 8-32)
N
Message
No multi copies.
Checkpoints
Press [Help].
Reference
Page
―
Only one copy is available. Press
[OK] to continue printing.
―
Is the installed toner container our
own brand?
The manufacturer assumes no
responsibility for damage caused by
a non-genuine toner. When you
want to use the toner container
currently installed, select the [OK]
key and the [Cancel] key
simultaneously for 3 seconds or
more.
―
Press [OK].
Non-genuine Toner.
Corrective Actions
10-20
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
P
Message
Paper jammed at MP
tray.
Checkpoints
―
If a paper jam occurs, the machine
will stop and the location of the jam
will be indicated on the screen.
Paper jammed in
Cassette #
Reference
Page
page 10-24
Leave the machine on and select
[Help]. Follow the instruction to
remove the jammed paper.
Paper jammed in the
back of Cassette 1.
Paper path error.
Corrective Actions
―
There is no paper cassette in the
printer, or the cassette is not
inserted properly. After reinserting
the paper cassette, you should be
able to print. When two or more
optional feeders are installed and
the lowest one is selected, the
same message will appear if any of
the upper paper feeder and the
printer cassette is improperly
installed.
Set cassette.
—
R
Message
RAM disk error.
Checkpoints
―
Corrective Actions
An error has occurred on the RAM
disk. Job is canceled. Select the
[OK] key.
Press [OK].
Reference
Page
—
The possible error codes and their
descriptions are as follows.
04: Insufficient space on the RAM
disk. If the optional RAM dis is
installed, increase the RAM disk
size by changing RAM Disk Setting
in System Menu.
Refreshing drum...
―
The machine is under the
adjustment to maintain its quality.
Please wait.
—
―
There are already 100 accounts
registered so it is not possible to
register any new accounts.
page 9-17
Replace MK.
―
Replace Maintenance Kit which is
displayed on the message display.
Replacement of the maintenance kit
is necessary and requires
professional servicing. Contact your
Service Representative.
—
Restricted by Job
Accounting.
―
This job is canceled because it is
restricted by Job Accounting. Select
[OK].
page 9-23
―
Replace the toner container to our
specified toner container.
page 10-4
Please wait.
Registered numbers
exceeded.
Cannot add.
Press [OK].
Replace the toner.
10-21
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
S
Message
SD card error.
Checkpoints
―
Corrective Actions
An error has occurred on the SD
card. Job is canceled. Select [OK].
Press [OK].
Reference
Page
―
The error cord is as follows.
04: Insufficient space on the SD
card to complete this operation.
Move data or delete unneeded data.
SSD error.
―
An error has occurred on SSD. Job
is canceled. Select [End].
Press [OK].
―
The error cords are as follows.
01: The amount of data that can be
saved at once has been exceeded.
Turn the power OFF/ON. If the error
still occurs, divide the file into
smaller files. If the error occurs after
the file is divided, the specified file
may be damaged. Delete the file.
04: Insufficient space on SSD to
complete this operation. Move data
or delete unneeded data.
T
Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
The device cannot be
connected because
allowed connections
would be exceeded.
Are three handheld devices
connected simultaneously?
Cancel a connection to a portable
device that is not being used, or set
the machine's auto disconnect time
to break portable device
connections.
page 7-5
The file name already
exists.
―
Copying is not possible because
data with the same file name exists
at the destination. Delete the data
with the same file name at the
destination before copying.
page 5-10
The user name is not
registered.
―
The login user name entered is not
registered. Check the login user
name.
page 9-3
The waste toner box is
full.
Is the waste toner box full?
Replace the waste toner box.
page 10-9
The waste toner box is
improperly installed.
―
The waste toner box is not installed
correctly. Set it correctly.
page 10-9
This account ID is
already registered.
―
The account ID set has already
been registered. Register a different
account ID.
page 9-17
This login user name
already registered.
―
The changed login user name has
already been registered. Set a
different login user name.
page 9-3
You cannot copy.
10-22
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Toner is low.
―
It is almost time to replace the toner
container. Obtain a new toner
container.
—
Top tray is full of paper.
―
Remove paper from the top tray.
Printing then resumes.
—
Remove the paper.
U
Message
Reference
Page
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Unknown Toner
Installed. PC
Does the installed toner container's
regional specification match the
machine’s?
Install the specified toner container.
―
USB drive error.
―
An error occurred in the USB drive.
The job stopped. Select the [OK]
key.
―
Press [OK].
The error cord is as follows.
01: The amount of data that can be
saved at once has been exceeded.
Turn the power OFF/ON. If the error
still occurs, the USB drive is not
compatible with the machine. Use
the USB drive formatted by this
machine. If the USB drive cannot be
formatted, it is damaged. Connect a
compatible USB drive.
10-23
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Clearing Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs, the message display will display "Paper Jam." and the machine will stop.
Refer to these procedures to remove the jammed paper.
Jam Location Indicators
1 Shows the location of a paper jam.
1
2
Paper
jammed in
Cassette 1.
2 Displays the Help screen.
Help
NOTE
For details on Help Screen, refer to the following:
Help Screen (page 2-12)
If a paper jam occurs, the location of the jam will be displayed on the message display as well as the clearing instructions.
Paper
jammed in
Cassette 1.
A
D
E
B
C
B
Help
F
G
B
B
B
Paper Jam Location Indicator
Paper Jam Location
Reference Page
A
Multi Purpose Tray
page 10-25
B
Cassettes 1 to 5
page 10-26
C
Duplex Unit
page 10-27
D
Inside the Machine
page 10-28
E
Inner Tray / Inside Rear Cover
page 10-29
F
Bulk Feeder
page 10-31
G
Duplex unit (when Bulk Feeder is installed)
page 10-32
After you remove the jam, the machine will warm up again and the error message will be cleared. The machine resumes
with the page that was printing when the jam occurred.
10-24
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Precautions with Paper Jams
•
Do not reuse jammed papers.
•
If the paper tears during removal, be sure to remove any loose scraps of paper from inside the machine. Scraps of
paper left in the machine could cause subsequent jamming.
CAUTION
The fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient care when working in this area, as there is a danger of getting
burned.
Multi Purpose Tray
1
2
10-25
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Cassettes 1 to 5
Procedures for handling a paper jam in Cassettes 1 to 5 are all the same. This section explains procedures using
Cassette 1 as an example.
1
2
10-26
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Duplex Unit
1
2
3
10-27
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Inside the Machine
1
2
3
If the jammed paper appears to be pinched by rollers, pull it along the normal running direction
of the paper.
If you cannot find a paper jam, try checking inside the rear of the printer.
Inner Tray / Inside Rear Cover (page 10-29)
10-28
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
4
Inner Tray / Inside Rear Cover
1
2
10-29
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
3
If you cannot find a paper jam, try checking inside the rear of the machine.
CAUTION
The fixing unit is extremely hot. Take sufficient care when working in this area, as
there is a danger of getting burned.
4
10-30
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
Bulk Feeder
1
2
3
10-31
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
4
Duplex unit (when Bulk Feeder is installed)
1
2
3
10-32
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
4
5
6
10-33
11
Appendix
This chapter explains the following topics:
Optional Equipment .......................................................................................................................................... 11-2
Overview of Optional Equipment ............................................................................................................ 11-2
Optional Function .................................................................................................................................... 11-7
Character Entry Method .................................................................................................................................... 11-9
Using the Keys ........................................................................................................................................ 11-9
Selecting Type of Characters ................................................................................................................ 11-10
Characters That Can be Entered Using the Numeric Keys .................................................................. 11-10
Entering Symbols .................................................................................................................................. 11-11
Entering Characters .............................................................................................................................. 11-11
Paper .............................................................................................................................................................. 11-13
Basic Paper Specifications ................................................................................................................... 11-13
Choosing the Appropriate Paper .......................................................................................................... 11-14
Special Paper ........................................................................................................................................ 11-17
Specifications .................................................................................................................................................. 11-21
Machine ................................................................................................................................................ 11-21
Printer Functions ................................................................................................................................... 11-23
Paper Feeder (500-sheet) (Option) ...................................................................................................... 11-24
Bulk Paper Feeder (2000-sheet) (Option) ............................................................................................ 11-24
Glossary .......................................................................................................................................................... 11-25
11-1
Appendix > Optional Equipment
Optional Equipment
Overview of Optional Equipment
The following optional equipment is available for the machine.
(1) Card Authentication Kit(B)
(12) PF-3100
(11) IB-36
(2) PF3110
(10) PT-320
(3) CA-3100
(4) Expansion Memory
(5) SD Memory Card
SDHC Memory Card
Software option
(13)UG-33
(6) HD-6/HD-7
(14) USB Keyboard
11-2
(7) IB-50
(8) IB-51
(9) Parallel Interface 
Kit IB-32B
Appendix > Optional Equipment
(1) Card Authentication Kit(B) "Card Authentication Kit"
User login administration can be performed using ID cards. To do so, it is necessary to register ID card information on
the previously registered local user list. For more information about how to register this information, refer to the
following:
Card Authentication Kit(B) Operation Guide
(2) PF-3110 "Paper Feeder (500-sheet x1)"
Up to four additional cassettes identical to the machine's cassettes can be installed in the machine. Loading method are
the same as the standard cassettes.
Loading in the Cassettes (page 3-4)
(3) CA-3100 "Castor kit"
If you are attaching Paper Feeder (500-sheet x1) to the printer and installing it on the floor, you can use the castor kit to
maintain the machine's stability.
(4) "Expansion Memory"
The machine can perform the more multiple jobs simultaneously by adding more memories. You can increase the
machine's memory up to 2,560 MB by plugging in the optional memory modules.
Precautions for Handling the Memory Modules
To protect electronic parts, discharge static electricity from your body by touching a water pipe (faucet) or other large
metal object before handling the memory modules. Or, wear an antistatic wrist strap, if possible, when you install the
memory modules.
11-3
Appendix > Optional Equipment
(5) "SD/SDHC Memory Card"
An SD/SDHC memory card is useful for storing fonts, macros, and overlays. The machine is equipped with a slot for an
SDHC memory card with a maximum size of 32 GB, and an SD memory card with a maximum size of 2 GB.
Reading the SD/SDHC Memory Card
Once inserted in the machine's slot, the contents of the SD/SDHC memory card can be read from the operation panel or
automatically when you power on or reset the machine.
Installing and Formatting the SD/SDHC Memory Card
To use an unused SD/SDHC memory card, you must first use the machine to format the SD/SDHC memory card.
1 Turn off the machine and disconnect the power cord and interface cable.
2 Remove the cover.
3 Insert the SD/SDHC memory card into the SD/SDHC memory card slot.
11-4
Appendix > Optional Equipment
4 Replace the covers and close the rear cover.
5 Insert the power cord into the socket and turn on the power switch.
6 Format the SD/SDHC memory card from the operation panel.
For the procedure for formatting, refer to the following:
Format SD Card (page 8-30)
(6) HD-6/HD-7 "SSD"
With SSD installed in the machine, received data can be rasterized and stored on this SSD. This enables high-speed
printing of multiple copies using an electric sort function. Also, you can use the Document Box functions.
What is Document Box? (page 5-3)
The security function can be used by installing the SSD.
Data Security (page 8-35)
Data Encryption/Overwrite OPERATION GUIDE
(7) IB-50 "Network Interface Kit"
The Network Interface Kit provides a high-speed connection for the Gigabit-per-second interface. Settings are possible
for a variety of OS and network protocols.
IB-50 User's Manual
(8) IB-51 "Wireless Network Interface Kit"
This is a wireless LAN interface card which supports the wireless LAN specifications IEEE802.11n (Max 300 Mbps) and
11 g/b.
With the utilities supplied, settings are possible for a variety of OS and network protocols.
IB-51 User's Manual
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Appendix > Optional Equipment
(9) Parallel Interface Kit (IB-32B)
The parallel interface kit supports communications speeds up to 2 Mbps. Use a parallel printer cable when this option is
used.
IB-32B User's Manual
(10) PT-320 "Rear Tray" (PG L2655 only)
Use the faceup output tray when you wish paper to be stacked with the printed side facing up (reverse order). The rear
tray can only be used for printing from a PC.
Installing the Rear Tray
1 Install the paper stopper according to the size of paper to be used.
2
Install the rear tray on the rear of the machine.
(11) Wireless Network Interface Kit (IB-36)
This is a wireless LAN Interface card which supports the wireless LAN specifications IEEE802.11n (Max 65 Mbps) and
11 g/b. In addition, network printing is possible without using the wireless LAN router because Wi-Fi Direct is supported.
(12) PF-3100 Bulk Paper Feeder
Holds approximately 2,000 sheets of 76 to 216 mm × 148 to 305 mm size paper. This bulk paper feeder can be attached
to the front of the printer after the MP tray has been removed.
(13) UG-33 "ThinPrint Option"
This application allows print data to be printed directly without a print driver.
(14) USB Keyboard "USB Keyboard"
A USB keyboard can be used to enter information into the text fields on the operation panel. A special mount is also
available to install the keyboard on the machine. Please contact your dealer or service representative for information on
keyboards that are compatible with your machine before you purchase one.
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Appendix > Optional Equipment
Optional Function
The applications listed below are installed on this machine.
Application
Data Encryption (Data Encryption/Overwrite)
UG-33 (ThinPrint Option)*1
ID Card (Card Authentication Kit)*1
*1 This can be used on a trial basis for a limited time.
NOTE
• Restrictions such as the number of times the application can be used during the trial period differ depending on the
application.
• If you change the date/time while using the trial version of an application, you will no longer be able to use the
application.
Starting Application Use
Use the procedure below to start using an application.
1 [Menu] > [▲] [▼] key > [Op Functions] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
2 Select the desired application, and select the [OK] key.
3 [▲] [▼] key > [License On] > [OK] key
NOTE
You can view detailed information on the selected application by selecting [Detail].
4 [▲] [▼] key > [Official] > [OK] key
To use the application as a trial, select [Trial] without entering the license key.
5 Enter the license key > [OK] key
Some applications do not require you to enter a license key. If the license key entry screen does not
appear, go to Step 6.
6 Select [Yes].
NOTE
If you started the Data Encryption/Overwrite or Thin Print option, turn the power OFF/
ON.
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Appendix > Optional Equipment
Checking Details of Application
Use the procedure below to check the details of application.
1 [Menu] > [▲] [▼] key > [Op Functions] > [OK] key
NOTE
If the login user name entry screen appears during operations, enter a login user name
and password, and select [Login]. For this, you need to login with administrator
privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password are set as shown below.
Login User Name:
Login Password:
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2645: 4500
PG L2655: 5500
PG L2650: 5000
PG L2650: 5000
2 Select the desired application, and select the [OK] key.
3 [▲] [▼] key > [Detail] > [OK] key
You can view detailed information on the selected application. Select the [►] key to view the next
screen. Select the [◄] key to return to the previous screen.
The table below lists the item you can view.
Item
Function Name
License On
Trial Counts
Date of Trial
Status
Extend the trial period.
[◄] [►] key > [Date of Trial] > [Extend] > [Yes]
The trial period is extended.
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Appendix > Character Entry Method
Character Entry Method
Using the Keys
Use the following keys to enter characters.
1
Account Name:
7
6
5
2
ABC
Text
8
3
4
No.
Display/Key
Description
1
Message Display
Displays entered characters.
2
Arrow keys
Select to select the entry position, or select a character from the character list.
3
Numeric keys
Select to enter characters and symbols.
4
[Clear] key
Select to delete characters.
5
[OK] key
Select to finalize entry and return to the screen before the entry. To enter a symbol, select to confirm
the selected symbol.
6
Right Select key
Select to select the type of characters you want to enter. (When [Text] is displayed)
7
Left Select key
8
Cursor
Characters are entered at the position of the cursor.
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Appendix > Character Entry Method
Selecting Type of Characters
To enter characters, the following three types are available:
Types
Description
ABC
To enter alphabets.
123
To enter numerals.
Symbols
To enter symbols.
In a character entry screen, select [Text] to select the type of characters you want to enter.
Account Name:
Account Name:
ABC
Text
123
Text
Symbols:
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>
?@[\]^_`{|}~€̄ƒ„ †‡^‰
<‘’“”•–—˜™>¡¢£¤¥¦§¨©ª
Text
Each time you select [Text], the character type switches as follows: [ABC], [123], [Symbols], [ABC] ...
Characters That Can be Entered Using the Numeric
Keys
The following table lists the characters that can be entered using the numeric keys.
Keys
Characters (Each press of a key changes the character in the order from left to right.)
.
@
-
_
/
:
~
1
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
B
C
2
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
F
3
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
I
4
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
L
5
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
O
6
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
Q
R
V
8
1 (During number entry)
a
b
c
A
2 (During number entry)
d
e
f
D
E
3 (During number entry)
g
h
i
G
H
4 (During number entry)
j
k
l
J
K
5 (During number entry)
m
n
o
M
N
6 (During number entry)
p
q
r
s
P
S
7
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
7 (During number entry)
t
u
v
T
U
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
8 (During number entry)
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Appendix > Character Entry Method
Keys
Characters (Each press of a key changes the character in the order from left to right.)
w
x
y
z
W
X
Y
Z
9
!
?
(space)
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
9 (During number entry)
.
,
-
_
'
0
(Repeats from the first character on the left)
0 (During number entry)
Select to change the character in the cursor position between upper case and lower case.
"*" or "." (During number entry)
Entering Symbols
Symbols can be entered.
1 Select the [#] key. Displays the symbol list.
Symbols:
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>
?@[\]^_`{|}~€̄ƒ„ †‡^‰
<‘’“”•–—˜™>¡¢£¤¥¦§¨©ª
Text
2 Select the [▲], [▼], [►] or [◄] key to move the cursor and select the symbol to be entered.
Symbols:
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>
?@[\]^_`{|}~€̄ƒ„ †‡^‰
<‘’“”•–—˜™>¡¢£¤¥¦§¨©ª
Text
3 Select the [OK] key. The selected symbol is entered.
Account Name:
R&
ABC
Text
Entering Characters
Follow the steps shown below to enter "R&D" for example.
1 Select the [7] key three times. [r] is entered.
Account Name:
r
ABC
Text
2 Select the [*/.] key. [r] changes to [R].
Account Name:
R
ABC
Text
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Appendix > Character Entry Method
3 Select the [►] key. The cursor moves to the right.
Account Name:
R
ABC
Text
4 Select the [#] key. Displays the symbol list.
Symbols:
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>
?@[\]^_`{|}~€̄ƒ„ †‡^‰
<‘’“”•–—˜™>¡¢£¤¥¦§¨©ª
Text
5 Select the [▲] or [▼] key to move the cursor and select [&].
Symbols:
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>
?@[\]^_`{|}~€̄ƒ„ †‡^‰
<‘’“”•–—˜™>¡¢£¤¥¦§¨©ª
Text
6 Select the [OK] key. [&] is entered.
Account Name:
R&
ABC
Text
7 Select the [3] key four times. [D] is entered.
Account Name:
R&D
ABC
Text
8 Select the [►] key.
Account Name:
R&D
ABC
Text
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Appendix > Paper
Paper
This section explains the paper sizes and types that can be used in the paper source.
For details on the sizes, types, and number of sheets of paper that can be loaded in each paper tray, refer to the
following:
Specifications (page 11-21)
Basic Paper Specifications
This machine is designed to print on standard copy paper as used in regular ('dry') copiers and page printers such as
laser printers. It also supports a variety of other types of paper that conform to the specifications given in this appendix.
Be careful when choosing paper. Paper unsuitable for the machine may cause jams or may be wrinkled.
Supported Paper
Use standard copy paper for regular copiers or laser printers. The printing quality will be affected by the quality of paper.
Poor quality paper may result in unsatisfactory output.
Basic Paper Specifications
The following table lists the specifications of paper that is supported with this machine. Refer to the subsequent sections
for further details.
Criteria
Weight
Specifications
Cassettes: 60 to 120 g/m2
Multi purpose tray: 60 to 220 g/m2
Dimensional accuracy
±0.7 mm
Squareness of corners
90° ±0.2°
Moisture content
4 to 6%
Pulp content
80% or more
NOTE
Some recycled paper does not meet requirements for use with this machine as listed in the Basic Paper Specifications
shown below, such as moisture or pulp content. For this reason, we recommend purchasing a small amount of
recycled paper as a sample for testing prior to use. Choose recycled paper that gives the best printing results and
contains low levels of paper dust.
We are not responsible for the problems occurred from the use of paper that does not conform to our specifications.
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Appendix > Paper
Choosing the Appropriate Paper
This section describes guidelines for choosing paper.
Condition
Avoid using paper with bent corners or that is curled, dirty, or torn. Do not use paper that has a rough surface or paper
fiber lint, or that is especially delicate. Use of paper in any of these conditions will not only deliver poor copies but may
also cause jams and shorten the useful life of the machine. Choose paper with a smooth and even surface; however,
avoid coated paper or paper with a treated surface as it may damage the drum or fusing unit.
Ingredients
Do not use paper such as paper that has been coated or surface-treated or paper that contains plastic or carbon. Those
types of paper may produce harmful fumes from the heat of printing and may damage the drum.
Be sure to use the standard paper that contains at least 80% pulp, i.e., not more than 20% of the total paper content
consists of cotton or other fibers.
Supported Paper Sizes
Paper of the following sizes is supported by the machine.
Measurements in the table take into account a ±0.7 mm dimensional accuracy for length and width. Corner angles must
be 90° ± 0.2°.
Paper Size
Cassette 1
Envelope Monarch (3-7/8 × 7-1/2")
×
Envelope #10 (4-1/8 × 9-1/2")
×
Cassettes 2 to 5
*1
Envelope DL (110 × 220 mm)
Envelope C5 (162 × 229 mm)
Executive (7-1/4 × 10-1/2")
Letter
Legal
A4 (297 × 210 mm)
B5 (257 × 182 mm)
A5 (210 × 148 mm)
A6 (148 × 105 mm)
*1
B6 (182 × 128 mm)
*1
Envelope #9 (3-7/8 × 8-7/8")
×
Envelope #6 (3-5/8 × 6-1/2")
×
×
ISO B5 (176 × 250 mm)
Hagaki (Cardstock) (100 × 148 mm)
×
*1
Oufuku hagaki (Return postcard) (148 × 200 mm)
Oficio II
216 × 340 mm
16K (273 × 197 mm)
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×
Multi Purpose
Tray
Appendix > Paper
Paper Size
Cassette 1
Cassettes 2 to 5
Multi Purpose
Tray
Statement
Folio (210 × 330 mm)
Youkei 4 (105 × 235 mm)
×
Youkei 2 (114 × 162 mm)
×
Custom
Cassette 1:
PG L2645
140 × 210 to 216 × 356 mm
PG L2650/PG L2655
105 × 148 to 216 × 356 mm
Cassettes 2 to 5: 92 × 162 to 216 × 356 mm
Multi Purpose Tray: 70 × 148 to 216 × 356 mm
*1 PG L2650/PG L2655 only.
Smoothness
The paper surface should be smooth, but it must be uncoated. With paper that is too smooth and slippery, several
sheets may accidentally be supplied at once, causing jams.
Basis Weight
In countries that use the metric system, basis weight is the weight in grams of one sheet of paper one square meter in
area. In the United States, basis weight is the weight in pounds of one ream (500 sheets) of paper cut to the standard
size (or trade size) for a specific grade of paper. Paper that is too heavy or too light may be supplied incorrectly or cause
paper jams, which may cause excessive wear of the machine. Mixed paper weight (i.e., thickness) may cause several
sheets to be supplied at once accidentally and may also cause blurring or other printing problems if the toner fails to
adhere correctly.
Moisture Content
Paper moisture content is the ratio of moisture to dryness expressed as a percentage. Moisture affects how the paper is
supplied, the electrostatic chargeability of the paper, and how the toner adheres.
Paper moisture content varies depending on the relative humidity in the room. High relative humidity causes paper to
become damp, making the edges expand so it appears wavy. Low relative humidity causes paper to lose moisture,
making the edges tighten and weakening print contrast.
Wavy or tight edges may cause the paper to slip when it is supplied. Try to keep the moisture content between 4 to 6%.
To maintain the right level of moisture content, bear in mind the following considerations.
•
Store paper in a cool, well-ventilated place.
•
Store paper flat and unopened in the package. Once the package is opened, reseal it if the paper is not to be used for
a while.
•
Store paper sealed in the original package and box. Put a pallet under the carton to keep it raised above the floor.
Especially during rainy seasons keep the paper a sufficient distance away from wooden or concrete floors.
•
Before using paper that has been stored, keep it at the proper moisture level for at least 48 hours.
•
Do not store paper where it is exposed to heat, sunlight, or dampness.
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Appendix > Paper
Other Paper Specifications
Porosity: The density of the paper fibers.
Stiffness: Paper must be stiff enough or it may buckle in the machine, causing jams.
Curl: Most paper naturally tends to curl after the package is opened. When paper passes through the fixing unit, it curls
upward slightly. To deliver flat printouts, load the paper so that the curl faces towards the bottom of the paper tray.
Static electricity: During printing, paper is electrostatically charged so that the toner adheres. Choose paper that can be
discharged quickly so that copies do not cling together.
Whiteness: Paper whiteness affects print contrast. Use whiter paper for sharper, brighter copies.
Quality: Machine problems may occur if sheet sizes are not uniform or if corners are not square, edges are rough,
sheets are uncut, or edges or corners are crushed. In order to prevent these problems, be especially careful when you
cut the paper yourself.
Packaging: Choose paper that is properly packaged and stacked in boxes. Ideally, the packaging itself should have
been treated with a coating to inhibit moisture.
Specially treated paper: We do not recommend printing onto the following types of paper, even if it conforms to the
basic specifications. When you use these kinds of paper, purchase a small amount first as a sample to test.
•
Glossy paper
•
Watermarked paper
•
Paper with an uneven surface
•
Perforated paper
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Appendix > Paper
Special Paper
This section describes printing onto special paper and print media.
The following paper and media can be used.
•
Transparencies
•
Preprinted paper
•
Bond paper
•
Recycled paper
•
Thin paper
•
Letterhead
•
Colored paper
•
Prepunched paper
•
Envelopes
•
Hagaki (Cardstock)
•
Thick paper
•
Labels
•
High-quality paper
When using these paper and media, choose those that are designed specifically for copiers or page printers (such as
laser printers). Use the multi purpose tray for transparencies, thick paper, envelopes, cardstocks, and label paper.
Choosing Special Paper
Although special paper that meets the following requirements can be used with the machine, print quality will vary
considerably due to differences in the construction and quality of special paper. Thus, special paper is more likely than
regular paper to cause printing problems. Before purchasing special paper in volume, try testing a sample to ensure the
print quality is satisfactory. General precautions when printing onto special paper are given below. Note that we are not
responsible for any harm to the user or damage to the machine caused by moisture or specifications of special paper.
Select a cassette or multi purpose tray for special paper.
Transparencies
Transparencies must be able to withstand the heat of printing. Transparencies must meet the following conditions.
Heat resistance
Must withstand at least 190°C
Thickness
0.100 to 0.110 mm
Material
Polyester
Dimensional accuracy
±0.7 mm
Squareness of corners
90° ±0.2°
To avoid problems, use the multi purpose tray for transparencies and load transparencies with the long side facing the
machine.
If transparencies jam frequently at output, try pulling the leading edge of sheets gently as they are ejected.
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Appendix > Paper
Label
Be sure to feed labels from the multi purpose tray.
For selecting labels, use extreme care so that the adhesive may not come in direct contact with any part of the machine
and that the labels are not easily peeled from the carrier sheet. Adhesives that stick to the drum or rollers and peeled
labels remaining in the machine may cause a failure.
When printing onto labels, you must be liable for the print quality and possible trouble.
Top sheet
Adhesive layer
Carrier sheet
Labels consist of three layers as shown in the illustration. The adhesive layer contains materials that are easily affected
by the force applied in the machine. The carrier sheet bears the top sheet until the label is used. This composition of
labels may cause more problems.
The label surface must be covered completely with the top sheet. Gaps between labels may cause peeling of labels,
resulting in a serious failure.
Some label paper has large margins on the top sheet. When using such paper, do not peel these margins from the
carrier sheet before completing output.
Allowed
Not allowed
Top sheet
Carrier sheet
Use label paper that conforms to the following specifications.
Top sheet weight
44 to 74 g/m²
Basis weight 
(overall paper weight)
104 to 151 g/m²
Top sheet thickness
0.086 to 0.107 mm
Overall paper thickness
0.115 to 0.145 mm
Moisture content
4 to 6 % (composite)
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Appendix > Paper
Hagaki (Cardstock)
Burrs
Burrs
Before loading Hagaki (Cardstock) into the multi purpose tray, fan them and align the edges. If the Hagaki (Cardstock)
paper is curled, straighten it before loading. Printing onto curled Hagaki (Cardstock) may cause jams.
Use unfolded Oufuku hagaki (Return postcard) (available at post offices). Some Hagaki (Cardstock) may still have rough
edges developed by a paper cutter on the back side. Remove any such rough edges by placing the Hagaki (Cardstock)
on a flat surface and rubbing the edges gently a few times with a ruler.
Envelopes
Envelopes should be fed from the MP tray with the print-side up or the optional paper feeder with the print-side up.
NOTE
Do not load paper above the load limits located on the paper width guide of the optional paper feeder.
Due to the structure of envelopes, printing evenly over the entire surface may not be possible in some cases. Thin
envelopes in particular may be wrinkled by the machine in some cases as they pass through. Before purchasing
envelopes in volume, try testing a sample to ensure the print quality.
Storing envelopes for a long period may cause them to become wrinkled. Thus, keep the package sealed until you are
ready to use them.
Keep the following points in mind.
•
Do not use envelopes with exposed adhesive. In addition, do not use the type of envelope in which the adhesive is
exposed after the top layer is peeled off. Serious damage may be caused if the paper covering the adhesive comes
off in the machine.
•
Do not use envelopes with certain special features. For example, do not use envelopes with a grommet for winding a
string to close the flap or envelopes with an open or film-covered window.
•
If paper jams occur, load fewer envelopes at once.
Thick Paper
Before loading thick paper in the multi purpose tray, fan it and align the edges. Some thick paper may still have rough
edges developed by a paper cutter on the back side. Remove any such rough edges just as with Hagaki (Cardstock) by
placing the paper on a flat surface and rubbing the edges gently a few times with a ruler. Printing onto paper with rough
edges may cause jams.
NOTE
If the paper is not supplied correctly even after it is smoothed, load the paper in the multi purpose tray with the leading
edge raised a few millimeters.
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Appendix > Paper
Colored Paper
Colored paper must conform to the specifications.
Basic Paper Specifications (page 11-13)
In addition, the pigments in the paper must be able to withstand the heat of printing (up to 200°C or 392°F).
Preprinted Paper
Preprinted paper must conform to the specifications.
Basic Paper Specifications (page 11-13)
The colored ink must be able to withstand the heat of printing. It must be resistant to silicone oil as well. Do not use
paper with a treated surface such as glossy paper used for calendars.
Recycled Paper
Recycled paper must conform to the specifications; however, its whiteness may be considered separately.
Basic Paper Specifications (page 11-13)
NOTE
Before purchasing recycled paper in volume, try testing a sample to ensure satisfactory print quality.
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Appendix > Specifications
Specifications
IMPORTANT
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Machine
Item
Description
Type
Desktop
Printing Method
Electrophotography by semiconductor laser
Paper Weight
Paper Type
Paper Size
Cassette
60 to 120 g/m2
Multi Purpose
Tray
60 to 220 g/m2
Cassette
Plain, Rough, Recycled, Preprinted, Bond, Color (Colour),
Prepunched, Letterhead, High Quality, Custom 1 to 8 
(Duplex: Same as Simplex)
Multi Purpose
Tray
Plain, Transparency (OHP film), Rough, Vellum, Labels, Recycled,
Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock, Color (Colour), Prepunched,
Letterhead, Envelope, Thick, High Quality, Custom 1 to 8
Cassette
A4, A5, A5 (Landscape), A6*1, B5, B6*1, Letter, Legal, Statement,
Statement (Landscape)*2, Executive,Oficio II, Folio, 216 × 340 mm,
16K, B5 (ISO), Envelope DL*1, Envelope C5, Oufuku
Hagaki*1,Custom (PG L2645: 140 × 210 to 216 × 356 mm, PG
L2650/PG L2655: 105 × 148 to 216 × 356 mm)
Multi Purpose
Tray
A4, A5, A5 (Landscape), A6, B5, B6, Folio, 216 × 340 mm, Letter,
Legal, Statement, Statement (Landscape), Executive, Oficio II, 16K,
B5 (ISO), Envelope #10, Envelope #9, Envelope #6 3/4,
Envelope Monarch, Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Hagaki (Cardstock),
Oufuku Hagaki (Return postcard), Youkei 4, Youkei 2, Custom
(70 × 148 mm to 216 × 356 mm)
Banner sheet (216 × 470.1 mm to 216 × 915 mm)
Warm-up Time
(22°C/71.6°F,
60%)
Power on
PG L2645: 16 seconds or less
PG L2650: 20 seconds or less
PG L2655: 25 seconds or less
Sleep
PG L2645: 15 seconds or less
PG L2650: 20 seconds or less
PG L2655: 25 seconds or less
Paper Capacity
Cassette
500 sheets (80 g/m2) *3
Multi Purpose
Tray
100 sheets (80 g/m2)
*1 PG L2650/PG L2655.
*2 PG L2650/PG L2655 inch models only.
*3 Up to upper limit height line in the cassette.
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Appendix > Specifications
Item
Output Tray
Capacity
Top tray
Description
PG L2645: 250 sheets (80 g/m2)
PG L2650/PG L2655 500 sheets (80 g/m2)
Image Write System
Semiconductor laser and electrophotography
Memory
512 MB
Interface
Standard
USB Interface Connector: 1 (Hi-Speed USB)
Network interface: 1 (10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX/1000 BASE-T)
USB Port: 2 (Hi-Speed USB)
Operating
Environment
Dimension
(W × D × H)
Weight
(without toner
container)
Option
eKUIO: 1
Temperature
10 to 32.5°C/50 to 90.5°F
Humidity
15 to 80 %
Altitude
3,500 m/11,482 ft maximum
Brightness
1,500 lux maximum
PG L2645
14.97" × 16.16" × 11.24"
380 × 410 × 285 mm
PG L2650
PG L2655
14.97" × 16.16" × 12.61"
380 × 410 × 320 mm
PG L2645
Approx. 31.1 lb/Approx. 14.1 kg
PG L2650
Approx. 33.8 lb/Approx. 15.3 kg
PG L2655
Space Required (W × D)
14.97" × 23.36"
(Using multi purpose tray)
380 × 613 mm
Power Source
PG L2645:
230 V Specification Model: 220 - 240 V
50/60 Hz 5.4 A
PG L2650/PG L2655:
230 V Specification Model: 220 - 240 V
The power consumption of the
product in networked standby (If
all network ports are connected.)
Options
50/60 Hz 5.6 A
The information is available at the website below:
www.olivetti.com
Optional Equipment (page 11-2)
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Appendix > Specifications
Printer Functions
Item
Printing Speed
PG L2645
PG L2650
PG L2655
First Print Time (A4, feed from
Cassette)
Description
A4
45 sheets/min
Letter
47 sheets/min
Legal
38 sheets/min
B5
36 sheets/min
A5
23 sheets/min
Statement
23 sheets/min
A4
50 sheets/min
Letter
52 sheets/min
Legal
42 sheets/min
B5
40 sheets/min
A5
27 sheets/min
A5 (Landscape)
74 sheets/min
Statement
27 sheets/min
Statement (Landscape)
76 sheets/min
A6
27 sheets/min
A4
55 sheets/min
Letter
57 sheets/min
Legal
46 sheets/min
B5
44 sheets/min
A5
29 sheets/min
A5 (Landscape)
82 sheets/min
Statement
29 sheets/min
Statement (Landscape)
84 sheets/min
A6
29 sheets/min
PG L2645: 5.3 seconds or less
PG L2650: 5.4 seconds or less
PG L2655: 4.5 seconds or less
Resolution
Fast1200, Fine1200, 600, 300 dpi
Operating System
Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, 
Windows Server 2008/R2, Windows Server 2012/R2, 
Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019, 
Mac OS 10.9 or later
Interface
USB Interface Connector: 1 (Hi-Speed USB)
Network interface: 1 (10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX/1000 BASE-T)
Optional Interface (Option): 1 (For IB-50/IB-51 mounting)
Wireless LAN (Option): 1 (For IB-36 mounting)
Emulations
PCL6 (PCL-XL, PCL5e), KPDL3, XPS, Open XPS, TIFF/JPEG, IBM
Proprinter, LQ-850, LinePrint
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Appendix > Specifications
Paper Feeder (500-sheet) (Option)
Item
Description
Paper Supply Method
Friction roller feeder (No. Sheets: 500, 80 g/m²)
Paper Size
A4, A5, B5, B6, Folio, Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive, Oficio II, 
216 × 340 mm, 16K, B5 (ISO), Envelope #10, Envelope #9, 
Envelope #6 3/4, Envelope Monarch, Envelope DL, Envelope C5,
Oufuku Hagaki (Return postcard), Youkei 4, Youkei 2,
Custom (92 × 162 to 216 × 356 mm)
Supported Paper
Paper weight: 60 to 120 g/m²
Media types: Plain, Rough, Recycled, Preprinted, Bond,
Color (Colour), Prepunched, Letterhead, Letter, High Quality, Custom
1 to 8
Dimensions
14.97" × 16.16" × 4.77"
(W) × (D) × (H)
380 × 410 × 121 mm
Weight
8.4 lbs. or less/ 3.8 kg or less
Bulk Paper Feeder (2000-sheet) (Option)
Item
Description
Paper size
Envelope Monarch, Envelope #10, Envelope DL, Envelope C5,
Executive, Letter, A4, B5, A5, A6, B6, Envelope #9, Envelope #6,
ISO B5, Custom, Hagaki, Oufuku Hagaki, 16K, Statement, Youkei 2
and Youkei 4
Paper type
Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, Vellum,
Rough, Letterhead, Color, Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Thick,
High Quality, and CUSTOM 1 (to 8)
Paper capacity
2,000 sheets (75 g/m2)
Dimensions (W × D × H)
345 × 420 × 371 mm
13 37/64 × 13 17/32 × 14 39/64"
Weight
7.5 kg or less (16.54 lbs or less)
NOTE
Consult your dealer or service representative for recommended paper types.
11-24
Appendix > Glossary
Glossary
Accessibility
The machine is designed featuring good accessibility even for the elderly and those who are physically challenged or
visually impaired.
Apple Talk
AppleTalk offers file sharing and printer sharing and it also enables you to utilize application software that is on another
computer on the same AppleTalk network.
Auto Form Feed Timeout
During data transmission, the machine may sometimes have to wait until receiving the next data. This is the auto form
feed timeout. When the preset timeout passes, the machine automatically prints output. However, no output is
performed if the last page has no data to be printed.
Auto-IP
Auto-IP is a module that enables dynamic IPv4 addresses to be assigned to a device on startup. However, DHCP
requires a DHCP server. Auto-IP is a server-less method of choosing an IP address. IP addresses between 169.254.0.0
to 169.254.255.255 are reserved for Auto-IP and assigned automatically.
Auto Paper Selection
A function to automatically select paper in the same size as originals when printing.
Auto Sleep
A mode designed for electrical power saving, activated when the machine is left unused or there is no data transfer for a
specific period. In Sleep mode, power consumption is kept to a minimum.
Bonjour
Bonjour, also known as zero-configuration networking, is a service that automatically detects computers, devices and
services on an IP network. Bonjour, because an industry-standard IP protocol is used, allows devices to automatically
recognize each other without an IP address being specified or DNS server being set. Bonjour also sends and receives
network packets by UDP port 5353. If a firewall is enabled, the user must check that UDP port 5353 is left open so that
Bonjour will run correctly. Some firewalls are set up so as to reject only certain Bonjour packets. If Bonjour does not run
stably, check the firewall settings and ensure that Bonjour is registered on the exceptions list and that Bonjour packets
are accepted. If you install Bonjour on Windows OS, the Windows firewall will be set up correctly for Bonjour.
Custom Box
The Custom Box function stores print data for each individual user on the printer and allows the user to print single or
multiple copies of the stored data later using the printer's operation panel.
Default Gateway
This indicates the device, such as a computer or router, that serves as the entrance/exit (gateway) for accessing
computers outside the network that you are on. When no specific gateway is designated for a destination IP address,
data is sent to the host designated as the Default Gateway.
11-25
Appendix > Glossary
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) that automatically resolves IP addresses, subnet masks, and gateway
addresses on a TCP/IP network. DHCP minimizes the load of network management employing a large number of client
computers because it relieves individual clients including printers from the IP address being assigned.
DHCP (IPv6)
DHCP (IPv6) is the next-generation of the Internet's Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and supports IPv6. It extends
the BOOTP startup protocol that defines the protocols used for transferring configuration information to hosts on the
network. DHCP (IPv6) permits the DHCP server to use its expanded functionality to send configuration parameters to an
IPv6 node. Because the network addresses that can be used are allocated automatically, the IPv6 node management
workload is reduced in systems where the administrator has to exercise close control over IP address allocation.
dpi (dots per inch)
A unit for resolution, representing the number of dots printed per inch (25.4 mm).
EcoPrint Mode
A printing mode that helps save toner. Copies made in this mode are thus lighter than normal.
Emulation
The function to interpret and execute other printers' page description languages. The machine emulates operation of
PCL6, KPDL3 (PostScript 3 compatible).
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
A protocol to transfer files on the TCP/IP network, whether the Internet or an intranet. Along with HTTP and SMTP/POP,
FTP is now frequently used on the Internet.
Grayscale
A computer color expression. Displayed images of this sort are typically composed of shades of gray, varying from black
at the weakest intensity to white at the strongest, without any other colors. Gray levels are displayed in numerical levels:
that is, white and black only for 1 bit; 256 gray levels (including white and black) for 8 bits; and 65,536 gray levels for 16
bits.
IP Address
An Internet protocol address is a unique number that represents a specific computer or related device on the network.
The format of an IP address is four sets of numbers separated by dots, e.g. 192.168.110.171. Each number should be
between 0 and 255.
IPP
IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) is a standard that uses TCP/IP networks such as the Internet to enable print jobs to be
sent between remote computers and printers. IPP is an extension of the HTTP protocol used to view websites and
enables printing to be carried out via routers on printers in remote locations. It also supports the HTTP authentication
mechanisms along with SSL server and client authentication as well as encryption.
Job Box
The Job Box function stores print data on the printer and allows users to print single or multiple copies of the stored data
later using the printer's operation panel.
11-26
Appendix > Glossary
KPDL (Kyocera Page Description Language)
Kyocera's PostScript page description language compatible with Adobe PostScript Level 3.
Multi Purpose (MP) Tray
The paper supply tray on the front side of the machine. Use this tray instead of the cassettes when printing onto
envelopes, Hagaki (Cardstock), transparencies, or labels.
NetBEUI (NetBIOS Extended User Interface)
An interface, developed by IBM in 1985, as an update from NetBIOS. It enables more advanced functions on smaller
networks than other protocols such as TCP/IP, etc. It is not suitable for larger networks due to lack of routing capabilities
to choose the most appropriate routes. NetBEUI has been adopted by IBM for its OS/2 and Microsoft for its Windows as
a standard protocol for file sharing and printing services.
Outline font
With outline fonts, character outlines are represented with numerical expressions and fonts can be enlarged or reduced
in different ways by changing the numeric values of those expressions. Printing remains clear even if you enlarge fonts,
since the characters are defined with outlines represented with numerical expressions. You can specify the font size in
steps of 0.25 points up to 999.75 points.
PDF/A
This is "ISO 19005-1. Document management - Electronic document file format for long-term preservation - Part 1: Use
of PDF (PDF/A)", and is a file format based on PDF 1.4. It has been standardized as ISO 19005-1, and is a
specialization of PDF, which has been mainly used for printing, for long-term storage. A new part, ISO 19005-2 (PDF/A2), is currently being prepared.
POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3)
A standard protocol to receive E-mail from the server in which the mail is stored on the Internet or an intranet.
PostScript
A page description language developed by Adobe Systems. It enables flexible font functions and highly-functional
graphics, allowing higher quality printing. The first version called Level 1 was launched in 1985, followed by Level 2 that
enabled color printing and two-byte languages (e.g. Japanese) in 1990. In 1996, Level 3 was released as an update for
the Internet access and PDF format as well as gradual improvements in implementation technologies.
PPM (prints per minute)
This indicates the number of A4 size printouts made in one minute.
Printing System Driver
The software to enable you to print data created on any application software. The printing system driver for the machine is
contained in the DVD enclosed in the package. Install the printing system driveron the computer connected to the machine.
RA(Stateless)
The IPv6 router communicates (transmits) information such as the global address prefix using ICMPv6. This information
is the Router Advertisement (RA).
ICMPv6 stands for Internet Control Message Protocol, and is a IPv6 standard defined in the RFC 2463 "Internet Control
Message Protocol (ICMPv6) for the Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Specification".
11-27
Appendix > Glossary
RAM Disk
Using part of the printer's memory as a virtual disk, you can set any amount of memory from overall printer memory as a
RAM disk in order to use features such as electronic sorting (shortening print time).
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
A protocol for E-mail transmission over the Internet or an intranet. It is used for transferring mail between mail servers as
well as for sending mail from clients to their servers.
Status Page
The page lists machine conditions.
Subnet Mask
The subnet mask is a way of augmenting the network address section of an IP address.
A subnet mask represents all network address sections as 1 and all host address sections as 0. The number of bits in
the prefix indicates the length of the network address. The term "prefix" refers to something added to the beginning and,
in this context, indicates the first section of the IP address. When an IP address is written, the length of the network
address is indicated by the prefix length after a forward slash (/). For example, "24" in the address "133.210.2.0/24". In
this way, "133.210.2.0/24" denotes the IP address "133.210.2.0" with a 24-bit prefix (network section). This new network
address section (originally part of the host address) made possible by the subnet mask is referred to as the subnet
address. When you enter the subnet mask, be sure to set the "DHCP" setting to "Off".
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
TCP/IP is a suite of protocols designed to define the way computers and other devices communicate with each other
over a network.
TCP/IP (IPv6)
TCP/IP (IPv6) is based on the current Internet protocol, TCP/IP (IPv4). IPv6 is the next-generation Internet protocol and
expands the available address space, which resolves the problem of the lack of addresses under IPv4, while also
introducing other improvements such as additional security functionality and the capacity to prioritize data transmission.
TWAIN (Technology Without An Interesting Name)
A technical specification for connecting scanners, digital cameras, and other image equipment to computers. The
TWAIN compatible devices enable you to process image data on any relevant application software. TWAIN is adopted
on a large amount of graphic software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop) and OCR software.
USB (Universal Serial Bus) 2.0
A USB interface standard for Hi-Speed USB 2.0. The maximum transfer rate is 480 Mbps. This machine is equipped with
USB 2.0 for high-speed data transfer.
WIA (Windows Imaging Acquisition)
A function to import images supported after Windows Me/XP from digital cameras and other peripheral devices. This
function replaces what TWAIN used to do. The feature is provided as a part of Windows functions and improves ease of
operation, so that you import images directly to My Computer without using any application.
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Index
A
Accessibility 11-25
Adjustment/Maintenance 8-36
AirPrint 4-11
Anti-theft Lock Slot 2-2
Apple Talk 11-25
Auto Error Clear 8-32
Auto Form Feed Timeout 11-25
Auto Panel Reset 8-31
Auto Paper Selection 11-25
Auto Sleep 2-25, 11-25
Auto-IP 11-25
Settings 8-16
Automatic 2-Sided Print Function 1-14
B
Bluetooth Set. 8-33
Bonjour 11-25
Protocol Settings 8-18
Buzzer 8-29
C
Cables 2-6
Card Authentication Kit 11-3
Cassette
Loading Paper 3-4, 3-8
Paper Size and Media Type 3-15, 8-7, 8-8
Cassette 1 2-2
Cassette Settings 3-15
Cassettes 2 to 4 2-5
Castor kit 11-3
Character Entry Method 11-9
Checking the Counter 2-37
Checking the Remaining Amount of Toner 7-6
Cleaning 10-2
Paper Transfer Unit 10-2
Coated Paper 11-20
Connecting
LAN Cable 2-7
Power Cable 2-8
USB cable 2-8
Connection Method 2-6
Conventions Used in This Guide xi
Counting the Number of Pages Printed
Counter 2-37
Each Job Account 9-24
Print Accounting Report 9-25
Unknown ID Job 9-27
Custom Box 11-25
Creating a New Box 5-5
Deleting Documents 5-10
Editing and Deleting Custom Box 5-7
Editing Documents 5-9
Printing Documents 5-8
Storing Documents 5-7
D
Data Security 8-35
Date 8-28
Date Format 8-28
Date Setting
Date 8-28
Date Format 8-28
Summer Time 8-28
Time 8-28
Time Zone 8-28
Def. Screen(Box) 8-28
Default Gateway 11-25
Settings 8-16
Del. after Print 6-5
Device 7-5
Device Common 8-28
Bluetooth Set 8-33
Buzzer 8-29
Date Setting 8-28
Def. Screen(Box) 8-28
Disp. Backlight 8-30
Display Brightness 8-30
Display Status/Log 8-32
Error Handling 8-30
Format SD Card 8-30
Format SSD 8-29
Language 8-28
Low Toner Alert 8-33
RAM Disk Setting 8-29
Timer Setting 8-31
USB Keyboard Type 8-33
DHCP 11-26
Settings 8-16
DHCP (IPv6) 11-26
Settings 8-17
Disp. Backlight 8-30
Display Brightness 8-30
Display Status/Log 8-32
DNS Server (IPv4)
Settings 8-16
DNS Server (IPv6)
Settings 8-17
Document Box
Custom Box 5-3, 5-5
Job Box 4-12, 5-3
USB Drive Box 5-4
What is Document Box? 5-3
Document Processor
Part Names 2-2
dpi 11-26
Duplex 6-4
E
EcoPrint 6-4, 11-26
E-mail Settings 2-45
Embedded Web Server RX 2-39
Emulation 11-26
Encrypted PDF 6-5
Energy Saving Control Function 1-14
Index-1
J
Enhanced WSD
Protocol Settings 8-22
EnhancedWSD(SSL)
Protocol Settings 8-23
Entry
File Name 6-5
Environment 1-3
Err. Clear Timer 8-32
Error Handling 8-30
Expansion Memory 11-3
Job
F
File Name Entry 6-5
First Print Time 11-23
FTP 11-26
FTP(Server)
Protocol Settings 8-19
Fuser Cover 2-3
G
Glossary 11-25
Google Cloud Print 4-11
GPL/LGPL 1-11
Grayscale 11-26
Group Authorization Set.
Group Authorization 9-10
Guides Provided with the Machine
H
Handles 2-2
Help 11-26
Help Screen 2-12
Host Name 8-13
HTTP
Protocol Settings 8-21
HTTPS
Protocol Settings 8-21
I
I/F Block Set. 8-34
Install
Macintosh 2-35
Software 2-27
Uninstalling 2-34
Windows 2-28
IP Address 11-26
Settings 8-16
IP Filter (IPv4)
Protocol Settings
IP Filter (IPv6)
Protocol Settings
IPP 11-26
Protocol Settings
IPP Over SSL
Protocol Settings
IPSec
Protocol Settings
8-18
8-18
8-20
8-21
8-18
viii
Checking History 7-3
Checking Status 7-2
Displaying History Screen 7-3
Displaying Status Screens 7-2
Sending the Log History 7-4
Job Accounting 9-14
Adding an Account 9-17
Apply Limit 9-23
Counting the Number of Pages Printed 9-24
Deleting an Account 9-20
Editing an Account 9-19
Enabling Job Accounting 9-15
Job Accounting Access 9-16
Login 9-26
Logout 9-26
Overview of Job Accounting 9-14
Print Accounting Report 9-25
Printing 9-21
Restricting the Use of the Machine 9-18
Job Box 11-26
Deletion of Job Retention 4-21
Private Print Box 4-13
Proof and Hold Box 4-19
Quick Copy Box 4-17
Quick Copy Job Retention 4-21
Specifying the Job Box from a Computer and Storing
the Job 4-12
Storage Media 4-21
Stored Job Box 4-15
Job Finish Notice 6-4
K
KPDL 11-27
L
Label 11-18
LAN Cable 2-6
Connecting 2-7
Language 8-28
LDAP
Protocol Settings 8-21
Legal Information 1-10
Limited Use of This Product 1-9
Login 2-13
Logout 2-14
Low Toner Alert 8-33
LPD
Protocol Settings 8-20
M
Management 9-1
Manual Settings (IPv6) 8-17
Media Type Setting 8-9
Monotype Imaging License Agreement 1-12
Multi Purpose Tray 2-3, 11-27
Paper Size and Media Type 3-17, 8-6
Index-2
N
NetBEUI 11-27
Protocol Settings 8-19
Network
Ping 8-24
Preparation 2-25
Primary Network 8-24
Restart Network 8-24
Settings 8-13
Network Interface 2-6
Network Interface Connector 2-3
Network Interface Kit 11-5
Network Settings
Configuring the Wired Network 2-16
Configuring the Wireless Network 2-19
Wi-Fi Direct Set 2-23
Notice 1-2
O
Op Functions 8-37
OpenSSL License 1-11
Operation Panel 2-2
Option
Card Authentication Kit 11-3
Castor kit 11-3
Expansion Memory 11-3
Network Interface Kit 11-5
Overview 11-2
Paper Feeder 11-3
SD Card 11-4
SSD 11-5
ThinPrint Option 11-6
USB Keyboard 11-6
Wireless Network Interface Kit 11-5
Option Interface 2-3
Optional Function 11-7
Optional Network 8-24
Basic 8-27
Wireless Network 8-24
Original SSLeay License 1-11
Outline font 11-27
P
PanelReset Timer 8-31
Paper
Checking the Remaining Amount of Paper 7-6
Appropriate Paper 11-14
Cassette 8-8
Loading Cardstock 3-14
Loading Envelopes 3-14
Loading Paper 3-2
Loading Paper in the Cassettes 3-4
Loading Paper in the Multi Purpose Tray 3-11
Loading Statement in the Cassettes 3-8
Multi Purpose Tray 8-6
Precaution for Loading Paper 3-3
Size and Media Type 3-15, 11-13
Special Paper 11-17
Specifications 11-13
Weight 8-9
Paper Feeder 11-3
Paper Jams 10-24
Cassettes 1 to 5 10-26
Jam Location Indicators 10-24
Multi Purpose Tray 10-25
Paper Length Guide 2-3, 3-5, 3-8
Paper Settings 8-6
Cassette 1 (to 4) Set. 8-6
Media Type Set. 8-6
MP Tray Set. 8-6
Reset Type Adj. 8-6
Paper Stopper 2-2, 2-5, 3-18
Paper Width Guides 2-3, 3-5, 3-8
Part Names 2-2
PDF/A 11-27
Ping 8-24
POP3 11-27
Protocol Settings 8-19
PostScript 11-27
Power Cable
Connecting 2-8
Power Management 1-14
Power Off 2-9
Power Off Rule 8-31
Power Off Timer 8-32
Power On 2-9
Power Switch 2-2
PPM 11-27
Precaution for Loading Paper 3-3
Precautions for Use 1-4
Primary Network 8-24
Print Settings 4-9, 8-10
Auto Cass.Change 8-10
Code Set 8-11
Duplex 8-10
Emulation Set. 8-11
Font 8-11
Job Name 8-13
Job Terminator 8-13
MP Tray Priority 8-10
Override A4/LTR 8-10
Page Setting 8-12
Paper Feed Mode 8-10
Paper Source 8-10
Print Quality 8-12
User Name 8-13
Printer
Print setting 4-9
Printing System Driver 11-27
Help 4-10
Printing Documents Stored in Removable USB
Drive 5-11
Printing from PC 4-2
Printing Speed 11-23
Product Library ix
Q
Quiet Mode 6-5, 8-36
Index-3
R
RA(Stateless) 11-27
Settings 8-17
RAM Disk 11-28
RAM Disk Setting 8-29
RAW Port
Protocol Settings 8-20
Rear Cover 1 2-2
Rear Cover 2 to 4 2-5
Recycled Paper 11-20
Regarding Trade Names 1-10
Registration Roller 2-4
Regular Maintenance 10-2
Toner Container Replacement 10-4
Waste Toner Box Replacement 10-9
Report 8-4
Job Log History 8-5
Report Print 8-4
Report Print
DataSanitization 8-5
Font List 8-5
Menu Map 8-4
RAM File List 8-5
SD Card FileList 8-5
SSD File List 8-5
Status Page 8-4
Resolution 11-23
Resource Saving - Paper 1-14
Responding to Messages 10-15
REST
Protocol Settings 8-23
REST over SSL
Protocol Settings 8-23
Restart 8-37
Restart Network 8-24
S
Safety Conventions in This Guide 1-2
SD Card 11-4
Format 8-30
Security 8-34
Data Security 8-35
I/F Block Set. 8-34
Security Level 8-35
Security Level 8-35
Security Precautions when Using Wireless LAN 1-8
Service Setting 8-37
Setting Date and Time 2-15
Simple Login 2-13
Size Dial 2-3
Sleep Level 2-26
Sleep Level Set. 8-31
Sleep Timer 8-31
SMTP 11-28
Protocol Settings 8-19
SNMP
Protocol Settings 8-19
SNMPv3
Protocol Settings 8-19
Solving Malfunctions 10-11
Specifications 11-21
Machine 11-21
Paper Feeder (500-sheet) (Option) 11-24
Printer Functions 11-23
SSD 11-5
SSD Initializ. 8-35
Status Page 11-28
Status/Job Cancel 7-1
Subnet Mask 11-28
Settings 8-16
Supplies
Checking the Remaining Amount 7-6
Symbols 1-2
System Menu 8-2
Adjustment/Maintenance 8-36
Device Common 8-28
Network 8-13
Op Functions 8-37
Optional Network 8-34
Paper Settings 8-6
Print Settings 8-10
Report 8-4
Security 8-34
User Login/Job Accounting 8-36
T
TCP/IP 11-28
Settings 8-16, 8-18
TCP/IP (IPv4)
Settings 2-16, 8-16
TCP/IP (IPv6) 11-26
Settings 8-17
Thinprint
Protocol Settings 8-22
ThinPrint Option 11-6
ThinPrintOverSSL
Protocol Settings 8-22
TIFF/JPEG Size 6-6
Default 8-12
Time 8-28
Time Zone 8-28
Timer Setting
Auto Error Clear 8-32
Auto Panel Reset 8-31
Err. Clear Timer 8-32
FormFeed TimeOut 8-32
PanelReset Timer 8-31
Ping Timeout 8-32
Power Off Rule 8-31
Power Off Timer 8-32
Sleep Level Set. 8-31
Sleep Timer 8-31
WeeklyTimer Set. 8-32
Toner Container 2-4
Toner Container Lock Lever 2-4
Toner Container Replacement 10-4
Top Tray 2-2
Troubleshooting 10-11
TWAIN 11-28
Index-4
U
USB 11-28
USB Cable
Connecting 2-8
USB Drive
Printing 5-11
Remove 5-13
USB Drive Slot 2-2
USB Interface 2-6
USB Interface Connector 2-3
USB Keyboard 11-6
USB Keyboard Type 8-33
USB Port 2-3
User Login Administration 9-2
Adding a User 9-5
Changing User Properties 9-6
Enabling User Login Administration 9-3
ID Card Settings 9-11
Login 2-13
Logout 2-14
Obtain NW User Property 9-10
Overview of User Login Administration 9-2
Printing 9-8
User Login/Job Accounting 8-36
Job Accounting 9-14
Unknown ID Job 9-27
User Login 9-2
W
Waste Toner Box 2-4
Waste Toner Box Replacement 10-9
WeeklyTimer Set. 8-32
WIA 11-28
Wi-Fi
Settings 2-19, 8-14
Wi-Fi Direct
Printing 4-11
Settings 2-23
Wi-Fi Direct Set 8-13
Wireless Connection 1-8
Wireless Network
Settings 2-19
Wireless Network Interface Kit 11-5
WSD-PRINT
Protocol Settings 8-22
X
XPS FitTo Page 6-6
Index-5
DIRECTIVE 2012/19/EU ON THE TREATMENT, COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND
DISPOSAL OF ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND THEIR COMPONENTS
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 2012/19/EU (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.
Olivetti S.p.A.
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