Oki C911dn Color Printer User's Manual

Oki C911dn Color Printer User's Manual
1 Before
use
User's Manual
Basic
Preparing the printer
to print
2 Setting Up
3 Printing
4 Basic Device
Operations
C911
C931
C941
C942
ES9411
ES9431
ES9541
ES9542
Pro9431
Pro9541
Pro9542
Appendix
Index
○This manual contains cautions on how to use this product safety.
Before you use this product, please make sure that you read this manual.
Manual Configuration
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The following user manuals are enclosed with the product.
The e-manual is stored on the "Software DVD-ROM".
1 Read this first
Step
Opening the box and installing the printer
Set-up Guide
・Pamphlet
This guide uses illustrations to explain the
methods from opening the box to installation.
For the advanced setup guide, see the "Basic".
Preparing the printer to print
Basic (This manual)
・E-format
This guide describes the precautions for safe
use of the device. Make sure to read before use.
Further, basic uses from the device installation
methods to initial printing are also explained.
The device functions are described in the
appendix.
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Checking the product
Parts nomenclature and functions
Using the device to its fullest
Installing the device
Turning ON and OFF the power supply
Test printing using the printer only
Connecting to a PC
Paper
Printing
Paper ejection
Setting Power Save mode
Setting auto power OFF
Checking the print quantity,
consumables, remaining maintenance
unit quantity, and remaining service life
• Cancelling a print job
• Adding printers using LPD protocols
(TCP/IP)
• Table of control panel menu items
• Basic Windows procedures
• Printer specifications
2 Read these guides as necessary
Step
Try using various functions
Advanced
・E-format
This guide explains the various paper print methods
and how to use useful functions. Read to optimize the
printing environment or to adjust the color, etc., using
the enclosed utility software.
Further, this guide also explains the items that can be
set from the control panel, and the network settings.
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Useful print functions
Adjusting the color
Using utility software
Network settings
Checking and changing printer settings
using the control panel
Read for any points that are not understood, or for maintenance
Troubleshooting/Daily
Maintenance Manual
・E-format
This manual explains the procedures for paper jams, and
troubleshooting method if an error message is displayed. This
manual also explains daily maintenance such as now to replace
consumables and maintenance units, and cleaning, etc.
Using C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542
Separate Volume Spot Color Guide
・E-format
This guide explains how to set up the Spot
Color kit and check the printer drivers, and
how to print using Spot Color. Make sure to
read before use.
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• Troubleshooting
• Maintenance
• Consumables, maintenance products,
options, color management server,
etc.
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Setting the Spot Color kit
Control panel explanation
Checking the printer drivers
Table of printer driver functions
Printing on color paper
Printing on transparent film
Specifying and printing Spot Color
toner using the applications
• Fine-tuning white
• Switching Spot Color kits
About the Enclosed "Software DVD-ROM"
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When the "software DVD-ROM" enclosed with the device is placed in the DVD-ROM drive, the following
menu screen will be displayed.
Memo
zz This example uses the Windows screens.
zz If using a Macintosh, double-click the [OKI] icon.
You can add and select printer
drivers.
You can install and set the device
utility software.
Click here to install the standard
printer drivers.
Select the printer
model.
Describes the selected
printer and PC connection
type.
Select the device and
PC connection method.
To learn the easy device functions
and various settings, see the PDF
manual from here. *2
You can register as
a user from the OKI
Data homepage. *1
*1: Access is only possible using an internet-enabled environment.
*2: To view the PDF manual, Adobe Reader/Adobe Acrobat Reader is required.
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Close the "Software
DVD-ROM".
Reading the Manual
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Symbols
Note
zz These are cautions and restrictions for the correct operation of the device. Make sure to read to avoid misoperation.
Memo
zz Knowledge of the information before using the device is useful and can act as a reference. Reading is recommended.
Reference
zz These are the reference pages. Read to learn detailed information and relevant information.
WARNING
zz Mishandling due to ignoring this display may cause death or serious injury.
CAUTION
zz Mishandling due to ignoring this display may cause personal injury.
Keys, Buttons, and Symbols
This chapter described the following keys, buttons, and symbols.
Inscription
Explanation
zzThe control panel buttons and 10-key pad are described below.
E.g.:
[OK] button
[BACK] button
[
] button/key
[Fn] key
[CLEAR] key
zzIndicates your PC keyboard.
[
"
>
]
zzDescribes the menu name on the liquid crystal panel.
zzDescribes the PC menus, windows, and dialog box names.
"
zzDescribes the messages and input text displayed in the liquid crystal
panel.
zzDescribes the file and screen names on the PC.
zzDescribes the reference title.
Describes the menu level of the device or PC.
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Illustrations
Screens
The device illustrations used herein show the
C931 model unless otherwise specified.
The images of the control panel and PC used
herein are examples. The images may differ
from actual products and screens.
Illustrations may differ from the actual product.
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Inscriptions
The following inscriptions are used in this manual.
zz C911dn → C911
zz C931dn → C931
zz C941dn → C941
zz C942dn → C942
zz ES9411dn → ES9411
zz ES9431dn → ES9431
zz ES9541dn → ES9541
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zz Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit Edition operating system → Windows 7 (64bit version)
zz Microsoft Windows 7 operating system → Windows 7
zz Mac OS X10.3.9 or later → Mac OS X
The manuals enclosed with the printer use as examples Windows 7 in the case of Windows, and OS X
10.8 in the case of Mac OS X unless otherwise specified.
Depending on the OS and model used, descriptions in this manual may differ.
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About the Product Warranty
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Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this document is complete, accurate,
and up-to-date. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for the results of errors beyond its
control. The manufacturer also cannot guarantee that changes in software and equipment made by
other manufacturers and referred to in this guide will not affect the applicability of the information
in it. Mention of software products manufactured by other companies does not necessarily constitute
endorsement by the manufacturer.
While all reasonable efforts have been made to make this document as accurate and helpful as possible,
we make no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the
information contained herein.
All rights are reserved by Oki Data Corporation. You must not copy, transfer, translate, etc. the content
herein without authorization. You must obtain written permission from Oki Data Corporation before
doing any of the above.
© 2013 Oki Data Corporation
OKI is a registered trademark of Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.
Energy Star is a trademark of the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server and Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation.
Apple, Macintosh, Mac and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Other product names and brand names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their proprietors.
As an ENERGY STAR ® Program Participant, the manufacturer has determined that this
product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
This product complies with the requirements of the Council Directives 2004/ 108/EC (EMC),
2006/95/EC (LVD),1999/5/EC (R&TTE), 2009/125/EC (ErP) and 2011/65/EU(RoHS), as
amended where applicable, on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating
to Electromagnetic Compatibility, Low Voltage, Radio & Telecommunications Terminal
Equipment, Energy related Products and Restriction on the use of certain Hazardous
Substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
The following cables were used to evaluate this product to achieve EMC directive
2004/108/EC compliance and configurations other than this may affect that compliance.
length
(meters)
core
Power
1.8
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USB
5.0
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LAN
15.0
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cable type
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shield
Emergency first aid
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Take care with toner powder:
If swallowed, give small amounts of cold water and seek medical attention. DO
NOT attempt to induce vomiting.
If inhaled, move the person to an open area for fresh air. Seek medical attention.
If it gets into the eyes, flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes
keeping eyelids open. Seek medical attention.
Spillages should be treated with cold water and soap to help reduce risk of
staining skin or clothing.
Manufacturer
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Oki Data Corporation,
4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 108-8551,
Japan
For all sales, support and general enquiries contact your local distributor.
Importer to the EU/Authorized representative
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OKI Europe Limited
Blays House
Wick Road
Egham
Surrey, TW20 0HJ
United Kingdom
For all sales, support and general enquiries contact your local distributor.
Environmental information
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For Your Safety
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Read the User’s Manual for your safety before using the product.
Cautions related to safety
WARNING
A warning provides additional information which, if ignored, may result in a risk of personal injury.
CAUTION
A caution provides additional information which, if ignored, may result in equipment malfunction
or damage.
General cautions
WARNING
Do not touch the safety
switch inside the machine.
Doing so may cause electric
shock when high voltage
occurs. In addition, gears can
rotate, which may result in
personal injury.
Do not use an inflammable
spray near the machine.
Doing so may cause fire
since there is an area heating
up within the machine.
Pull the power plug out of
the socket and contact with a
customer’s service center when
the cover is unusually hot,
smoking, giving off questionable
odour, or making a strange noise.
Failure to do so may cause fire.
Pull the power plug out of
the socket and contact with
a customer’s service center
when a liquid such as water
enters in the internal parts of
the machine.
Failure to do so may cause fire.
Pull the power plug out of the
socket and remove foreign
materials such as clips when
they fall inside the machine.
Failure to do so may cause
electric shock and/or fire
leading to personal injuries.
Do not operate and/or
disassemble the machine
other than that directed in
User's Manual.
Doing so may cause electric
shock and/or fire leading to
personal injuries.
Unplug the power cord and
contact with a customer’s
service center if the machine
is dropped or the cover is
damaged.
Failure to do so may cause
electric shock and/or fire
leading to personal injuries.
Unplug the power cord
periodically to clean plug blades
and root section between
the blades. If the power plug
remains inserted for a long time,
the root section will get dusty,
and the plug may be shorted
out, which may cause fire.
Do not clean spilled toner with
a vacuum cleaner.
If cleaning spilled toner with a
vacuum cleaner, it may catch
fire due to the sparks from
electric contact.
Toner spilled on the floor should
be wiped off with wet cloth.
Do not insert materials in a
vent hole.
Doing so may cause electric
shock and/or fire leading to
personal injuries.
Do not put a cup with liquids
such as water on the machine.
Doing so may cause electric
shock and/or fire leading to
personal injuries.
Do not touch the fuser and
other parts when opening the
cover of the machine.
Doing so may cause burns.
Do not throw toner cartridges
and image drum cartridges
into fire. Doing so may cause
dust explosion leading to
burns.
Do not use a power cord, a
cable, or a ground wire other
than those that are indicated
in User's Manual.
Doing so may cause fire.
The operation of using UPS
(uninterruptible power source)
or inverters is not guaranteed.
Do not use uninterruptible
power source or inverters.
Doing so may cause fire.
CAUTION
Do not come closer to the paper’s exit area when
the power is turned on, while printing.
Doing so may result in personal injury.
Do not disassemble or forcibly open the image
drum or toner cartridge. It may scatter the
toner, which people may inhale or may stain
clothes and hand.
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Do not touch a damaged liquid-crystal display.
If liquid (liquid crystal) leaked from the liquidcrystal display gets into the eyes or mouth, flush
with large amount of water. Follow the direction
from a doctor if necessary.
Contents
Contents
Manual Configuration................................................................................2
About the Enclosed "Software DVD-ROM"....................................................3
Reading the Manual..................................................................................4
Symbols................................................................................................................... 4
Keys, Buttons, and Symbols........................................................................................ 4
Illustrations.............................................................................................................. 5
Screens.................................................................................................................... 5
Inscriptions............................................................................................................... 6
About the Product Warranty......................................................................7
Emergency first aid..................................................................................8
Manufacturer...........................................................................................8
Importer to the EU/Authorized representative..............................................8
Environmental information........................................................................8
For Your Safety........................................................................................9
Cautions related to safety......................................................................................................9
General cautions..................................................................................................................9
Viable with C911/C931/C941/C942/ES9411/ES9431/ES9541/ES9542/
Pro9431/Pro9541/Pro9542...................................................................... 14
1. Before use............................................................................ 17
Checking the product.............................................................................. 17
Checking the Package Contents................................................................................. 17
Parts Nomenclature and Functions............................................................ 18
Main Unit................................................................................................................ 18
Front/Right Side................................................................................................................. 18
Back/Left Side................................................................................................................... 19
Printer Interior........................................................................................................ 20
Front Interior..................................................................................................................... 20
Right Side Interior.............................................................................................................. 21
Left Side Interior................................................................................................................ 22
Interface........................................................................................................................... 23
Control Panel.......................................................................................................... 24
Main Control Panel Features................................................................................................. 25
Control Panel Appearance.................................................................................................... 25
Adjusting the Control Panel Brightness.................................................................................. 28
Using the 10-Key Pad......................................................................................................... 29
Function Numbers Table...................................................................................................... 30
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Contents
Using the Device to its Fullest Extent........................................................ 31
Options.................................................................................................................. 31
Color management server......................................................................................... 32
2. Setting Up............................................................................ 33
Installing the Device............................................................................... 33
Installation Conditions.............................................................................................. 33
Installation Procedure............................................................................................... 36
Opening the Package and Installation......................................................................... 36
Opening the Package and Moving the Device.......................................................................... 36
Mounting Consumables....................................................................................................... 39
Setting Paper..................................................................................................................... 43
Mounting the Expansion Tray Unit (Optional)............................................................... 44
Mounting the Built-in HDD (Optional)......................................................................... 48
Turning ON/OFF the Power...................................................................... 50
Power Supply Precautions......................................................................................... 50
Power Supply Conditions..................................................................................................... 50
Connecting Power Cables.......................................................................................... 51
Turning ON the Power Supply.................................................................................... 51
Turning OFF the Power Supply................................................................................... 52
Test Printing Using the Printer Only.......................................................... 53
Printer Information.................................................................................................. 54
Connecting the PC.................................................................................. 55
Flow for Installing Drivers on a PC.............................................................................. 55
Operating Environment............................................................................................. 56
Printer Driver Types................................................................................................. 56
Connecting Cables................................................................................................... 57
Connecting Using LAN Cables............................................................................................... 57
Connecting Using USB Cables.............................................................................................. 58
Installer Printer Drivers (Windows)............................................................................. 59
Network Connections.......................................................................................................... 59
USB Connections................................................................................................................ 66
If Setup Fails..................................................................................................................... 68
Installing Printer Drivers (Macintosh).......................................................................... 68
Network Connections.......................................................................................................... 68
USB Connections................................................................................................................ 74
If Setup Fails..................................................................................................................... 76
Adding Options........................................................................................................ 76
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Contents
3. Printing................................................................................ 81
Paper................................................................................................... 81
Usable Paper Types.................................................................................................. 81
Paper Feed and Output Methods Selectable for Each Paper type..................................... 85
(Landscape) and
(Portrait) Icons......................................................................... 87
Printing from Trays................................................................................. 88
Setting Paper in Trays 1 to 5..................................................................................... 88
Printing from Trays................................................................................................... 89
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray......................................................... 93
Setting Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray....................................................................... 93
Setting Paper Using the Control Panel................................................................................... 93
Setting Paper..................................................................................................................... 94
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray........................................................................... 96
Outputting Paper................................................................................. 101
Using the Face-Down Stacker (Print Face Is Down)......................................................101
Using the Face-Up Stacker (Print Face Is Up)..............................................................103
4. Basic Device Operations..................................................... 105
Setting Power Save Mode...................................................................... 105
Setting Power Save Mode.........................................................................................105
Setting the time before the printer enters power save mode.........................................106
Setting sleep mode.................................................................................................107
Setting the time before the printer enters sleep mode.................................................108
Restrictions in sleep mode........................................................................................110
Printer driver utility restrictions.......................................................................................... 110
Network function restrictions............................................................................................. 111
Setup to Turn OFF the Power Supply Automatically................................... 112
Setting auto power OFF mode..................................................................................112
Setting the time before the printer enters Auto Power Off mode....................................113
Checking print quantities...................................................................... 114
Checking Consumables, and Remaining Maintenance Unit Quantities
and Service Life................................................................................... 115
Canceling Printing................................................................................ 116
Adding Printers Using LPD (TCP/IP) Protocols........................................... 117
Preparations...........................................................................................................117
Procedure for Adding Printers...................................................................................117
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Contents
Appendix................................................................................ 119
Table of control panel menu items.......................................................... 119
Basic Windows Functions...................................................................... 128
Displaying the Properties Window.............................................................................128
Displaying the print setup window.............................................................................128
Specifications...................................................................................... 129
Main specifications..................................................................................................129
Network interface specifications................................................................................132
USB interface specifications......................................................................................133
Dimensions............................................................................................................134
Index..................................................................................... 135
Oki contact details.................................................................. 139
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Viable with C911/C931/C941/C942/ES9411/ES9431/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9431/Pro9541/Pro9542
Viable with C911/C931/C941/C942/ES9411/ES9431/
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ES9541/ES9542/Pro9431/Pro9541/Pro9542
lor
Co
Abundant color matching functions
can be used
The device has functions to
compensate color misalignment and
density using the control panel, and
can adjust the color balance. Further,
colors can be adjusted, the print
results simulated, and the colors
separated and printed using the color
management system from the PC.
ri- It is possible to print from various
App ion
applications
cat
The built-in Adobe PostScript3,
PCL6 emulation, and XPS emulation
enable printing from a wide range of
applications.
PostScript3
and
PCL6 Compatible
nt
Pri
Various printings are possible
using the convenient functions
Various printings are possible using
the device convenient functions when
printing from a PC.
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tion Functions can be set using the
control panel
k Usable as a network printer
wor
Net
Func
High-quality, high-speed printing is
possible from various applications.
(With A4 , 50 sheets a minute using
color/monochrome printing.) As it
is possible to connect to a network
and print from multiple PCs, office
space saving and cost reductions are
achieved.
Various device functions can be set
such as changing paper size and
network setup from the control panel.
Further, administrator passwords can
also be set using the control panel.
(This manual page 55)
P
l
ane
The printer status can be checked,
and error messages and help
displayed, on the control panel
Either "Remaining toner quantity
display" or "Tray information display"
can be displayed in the control panel
standby screen. If an error occurs
in the device, you can work while
checking the control panel messages.
(This manual page 24)
Power consumption is reduced
er
Pow ing when the printer is not in use
sav
(Power save mode)
If the device is not used for a fixed
period of time, power save mode
starts automatically (power save
mode/sleep mode) to enable power
consumption to be reduced. Press the
[POWER SAVE] button to enter power
save mode manually. When in sleep
save mode, the [POWER SAVE] button
is lit green.
(This manual page 105)
Power
consumption
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Increasing the quantity of paper
tion
Op
that can be fed
lp
He
Mounting the optional expansion
tray unit enables the continuous
printing of large quantities and the
printing of different paper sizes to be
implemented smoothly.
(This manual page 31)
Use the help function to check if
you do not understand something
or if trouble occurs when using
the device
Press the [HELP] button on the
control panel to display messages
for resolutions if trouble occurs, and
how to troubleshoot. (Animations will
be displayed depending on the error
details.)
(This manual page 27)
(Troubleshooting/Daily Maintenance
Manual)
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Checking the product
1. Before use
This chapter explains the package contents of the product and the nomenclature and functions of the parts.
Checking the product
zz
Before use
Note
zz The C941/ES9541/Pro9541 Spot Color kit is a separate package. For the set-up method, see the "Separate Volume Spot Color Guide".
1
2
Checking the Package
Contents
Note
Open the packing case and check the contents of
the box.
zz Image drum (One each of black, yellow,
magenta, and cyan)
Setting Up
zz For C942/ES9542/Pro9542, White is also supplied as
an accessory.
3
CAUTION There is a risk of injury.
Printing
zzC911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431 models
weigh approx. 98kg*, and C941/C942/
ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542 models
weigh approx. 111kg*, so make sure to use at
least 4 people minimum when lifting.
Note
zz For C942/ES9542/Pro9542, White is also supplied as
an accessory.
zz The image drum is set inside the device at the
factory.
Reference
zz Transfer Roller Unit
zz See “Opening the Package and Installation” (P.36) for
how to open the package.
zz See “Mounting the Expansion Tray Unit (Optional)” (P.44)
for the expansion tray.
4
Basic Device Operations
*: Includes consumables such as the image drum and
toner cartridge, etc.
Memo
zz A maximum of four additional tray units (trays 2 to 5) can
be mounted.
zz Software DVD-ROM
zz Toner cartridge (One each of black, yellow,
magenta, and cyan)
Note
zz LAN cables, USB cables, and hubs are not included with
the printer. Prepare them separately.
zz The packing case and buffer material are required when
shipping the device. Do not discard them, but store them
safely.
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Index
zz Set-up Guide
Appendix
zz Printer Unit
Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Parts Nomenclature and Functions
zz
1
Main Unit
Before use
Front/Right Side
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Face Down Stacker
The printed sheets are placed printed-side down and
discharged.
Control Panel
Displays the device status and menus, and sets the
functions.
“Control Panel” (P.24)
Right Side Cover
Open this to replace the multi-purpose tray feed
roller, and to clear paper jams.
Appendix
Front Lamp
Flashes when receiving data and while in power save.
Tray Side Cover
Open to clear paper jams from trays 1 to 5.
Front Cover
Open this to remove the image drum, waste toner
box, and belt unit.
Carrying Handles
Hold these at the same time as the carrying lever
when carrying the device.
Power Switch
zzYou can turn ON and OFF the power supply when
the main power switch is ON.
zzCancel the OFF mode.
Carrying Lever
When carrying the device, pull out this lever, and
hold the carrying handles at the same time.
Tray 1/Paper Cassette
This is the paper tray mounted as standard. Plenty of
paper can be set at one time.
Set the print surface face-down.
Opener
Open the right side cover.
Index
Basic Device Operations
Toner Cover
Open this to replace the toner cartridge.
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Back/Left Side
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
Access Cover
Open this when mounting the optional built-in HDD.
Duplex Unit
Implements duplex printing.
Carrying Handles
Hold these at the same time as the carrying lever
when carrying the device.
Carrying Lever
When carrying the device, pull out this lever, and
hold the carrying handles at the same time.
Power Connector
Connect the enclosed power cable here.
Main Power Switch
Turns ON and OFF the device main power supply.
Left Side Cover
Open this to clear paper jams.
3
4
Basic Device Operations
Exit Unit
Open this when replacing the fuser unit or transfer
roller unit, or to clear paper jams.
Printing
Interface
There are a LAN (network) interface connector and a
USB interface connector. See “Interface” (P.23) for
the interfaces.
Appendix
Index
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Printer Interior
1
Front Interior
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Slot
Set the toner cartridge here.
“Mounting Consumables” (P.39)
Belt Unit
This device copies the toner to the paper.
The belt unit is a replaceable maintenance part.
Handle
Hold this handle when removing the belt unit.
Lock Lever Knob
Secures the belt unit.
Image Drum/Slot
zzThe image drum is set in the slot.
zzThe image drum is set inside the printer main unit
before shipment from the factory.
zzThe image drum is a consumable.
Belt Unit Lock Lever
Secures the belt unit.
Waste Toner Box
This box holds the waste toner.
When the waste toner box is full, a message is
displayed on the control panel. The waste toner box
is a replaceable maintenance part.
Basic Device Operations
Toner Cartridge
zzThe remaining toner quantity is normally displayed
when "Display remaining toner quantity" has been
set using the control panel standby screen.
zzThe toner cartridge is a consumable.
Appendix
Index
Belt Unit Lever
Secures the belt unit.
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Right Side Interior
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Paper Guide
Stabilizes the paper by adjusting the paper guide to
the width of the paper to be printed.
Paper Supporter
Sets the paper to be printed in the multi-purpose
tray.
Sets the print surface face-up.
Set Lever
Move the paper guide left and right while pulling the
lever towards you when adjusting the paper guide to
the width of the paper. The paper guide is secured
when the set lever is returned to its original position.
4
Basic Device Operations
Auxiliary Supporter
Maintains the paper when paper has been set in the
multi-purpose tray.
Printing
Multi-purpose Tray/MP Tray
You can print on various papers, including postcards
and envelopes, etc.
Further, use when printing to the topside of the
paper that has been set. Set the paper size using the
control panel when using as a regular tray.
Appendix
Index
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Left Side Interior
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Face Up Stacker
Open the stacker to set and eject the paper face-up.
Paper Supporter
Secures the paper ejected to the face-up stacker.
Printing
Auxiliary Supporter
Secures so that the ejected paper does not droop.
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
Fuser Unit
This unit fixes the toner to the paper.
The fuser unit is a replaceable maintenance part.
Fuser Unit’s Lock Lever
Secures the fuser unit.
Fuser Unit’s Jam Release Lever
Pull up this lever when a paper jam occurs in the
fuser unit.
Transfer Roller Unit
Transfers the toner to the paper.
The transfer roller unit is a replaceable maintenance
part.
Exit Unit Knob
Pull this knob towards you, and pull out the exit unit.
Transfer Roller Unit’s Lock Lever
Secures the transfer roller unit.
Exit Unit
The fuser unit, transfer roller unit, and duplex print
unit are mounted to this unit.
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Interface
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
LAN (network) Interface Connector
Connects the LAN cable.
USB Interface Connector
Connects the USB cable.
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Control Panel
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Liquid crystal panel
zzDisplays the device status and menus.
zzThere are two types of standby screen: "Remaining
toner quantity display" and "Tray information
display".
ATTENTION lamp
Displays the device status.
Normally OFF.
Lit or flashes orange if an error occurs.
[HELP] button
Displays the help screen.
Lit orange when help messages can be referenced,
such as explanations of the error that has occurred
or the cancellation procedure.
Scroll button
(MENU button)
zzDisplays the menu screen to select an item, and
then scrolls up (or down) one page.
zzCan be used to enter numbers in the numerical
input screen.
[BACK] button
Returns to the previous page.
[ON LINE] button
zzSwitches between online and offline.
zzLit green when online, and OFF when offline.
[OK] button (MENU button)
Determines the selected item and set values.
Ten-key pad (1 to 0, *, C)
zzUse to enter numerical values and passwords.
zzPress the [*] ([Fn]) key in the standby screen to
display the "function number input" screen, and to
enter menu items directly.
[POWER SAVE] button
zzTurns ON and OFF power save mode.
zzCancels sleep mode.
[CANCEL] button
Use to cancel a print, or to cancel the settings.
Index
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Main Control Panel Features
The control panel can be used to check the device status and implement various device functions.
Reference
zz See the control panel menus table “Table of control panel menu items” (P.119).
Control Panel Appearance
2
Setting Up
This section explains the main control panel operations and control panel appearance.
There are two types of standby screen: "Remaining
toner quantity display" and "Tray information display".
1
Before use
The toner cartridge can be replaced while viewing the liquid crystal display on the control panel.
Further, you can also perform operations while checking the messages displayed on the liquid crystal
panel if paper jams or device malfunctions occur.
The color display of the selected item is inverted.
The name of the menu that is displayed.
Displays the number of pages in the menu
displayed on the liquid crystal panel.
3
Printing
4
A password must be entered to display the [Admin
Setup]. Enter the administrator password (factory
setting is "aaaaaa") in the password input screen.
or the
Appendix
Press the scroll button
Basic Device Operations
If there is a scroll bar, there are items that are
not displayed in the liquid crystal panel. Press
or
to display them.
the scroll button
to display the "Functions"
menu screen as shown on the right.
zz If there is a selection menu at the next level or set values for an item, select the item and press the
[OK] button to display the next screen.
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is
Index
zz If a set value is displayed, press the [OK] button to confirm the value that has been set. (
displayed to the left of the value.)
Parts Nomenclature and Functions
„„Standby Screen
1
There are two types: "Remaining toner quantity
display" and "Tray information display".
5
Press the scroll button
several times
to select [Panel Setup], and then press
the [OK] button.
Before use
Use the following procedure to switch the
standby screens.
1
Press either the scroll button
or
on the control panel to display the
"Functions" screen.
2
Setting Up
6
3
Printing
2
Press the scroll button
several times
to select the [Admin Setup], and then
press the [OK] button.
4
7
Basic Device Operations
8
3
Appendix
Use the 10-key pad to enter the
administrator password.
The default factory-set password is
"aaaaaa". Press the [OK] button after
entering each individual character.
Index
4
Press the [OK] button.
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Press the scroll button
several times
to select the [Idle Display], and then
press the [OK] button.
To display the "remaining toner
quantity" in the standby screen, select
[Toner Gauge], and then press the [OK]
button.
To display the "tray information", select
[Paper Size], and then press the [OK]
button.
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
Parts Nomenclature and Functions
„„Error Screen
„„Help Screen
If a printer error occurs, the maintenance lamp
will either turn ON or flash, and a message will
be displayed in the liquid crystal panel.
1
Before use
Depending on the error, the error countermeasure
and animations may be displayed in the liquid
crystal panel in addition to the message.
Press the [HELP] button to display the help
screen. Further, press the [HELP] button when it
is lit to display the relevant help message for the
error that is currently displayed.
Reference
zz "Troubleshooting/Daily Maintenance Manual"
2
Press the
scroll button displayed in the help
screen to scroll to the previous page. Press the
scroll button to scroll to the next page.
[POWER SAVE] button:
The printer will enter power save mode. Press
the [POWER SAVE] button when the device is
in power save mode to return to the standby
screen.
To close the help screen, press the [HELP] button
again.
[HELP] button:
Setting Up
Press the control panel buttons in the error
screen to set the device to the following
statuses.
3
Memo
scroll button or
to scroll
zz Press and hold either the
through the pages at approx. 0.5-second intervals.
zz The help screen can also be closed by pressing the [BACK]
button, [ON LINE] button, or [CANCEL] button.
[OK] Button:
[ON LINE] button:
In the case of errors for which the error message
vanishes when the [ON LINE] button is pressed,
the printer will return to the standby screen.
4
Basic Device Operations
In the case of errors for which the error message
vanishes when the [OK] button is pressed, the
printer will return to the standby screen.
Printing
Press the [HELP] button when it is lit to display
the relevant help message for the error that is
currently displayed.
[CANCEL] button:
Appendix
The following errors can be cancelled.
zz MPTray Empty
zz Change [MEDIA_SIZE] [MEDIA_TYPE] in
[TRAY]
zz [TRAY] Empty
zz Check Paper in [TRAY]
Index
zz Paper Size Error
zz Change [MEDIA_SIZE] [MEDIA_TYPE] in
MPTray
zz The print data size is too large to store it into
printer memory
zz Toner Empty
zz Multiple sheets of paper were fed at once
zz Paper cassette is not in [TRAY]
zz Feed print job manually
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
4
Adjusting the Control Panel
Brightness
1
Before use
2
Use the following procedure to adjust the
brightness of the liquid crystal panel.
Select [Panel Setup], and press the [OK]
button.
Memo
zz The brightness (backlight) of the liquid crystal panel can
be set individually for during control panel operations and
when in power save mode.
1
Setting Up
Press either the scroll button
or
on the control panel to display the
"Functions" screen.
5
When adjusting the brightness for
during control panel operations, select
[Panel Brightness During Operating],
and press the [OK] button.
3
Printing
4
2
Press the scroll button
several times
to select the [Admin Setup], and then
press the [OK] button.
Basic Device Operations
When adjusting the brightness for when in
power save, select [Panel Brightness While
Power Save], and press the [OK] button.
Appendix
3
Use the 10-key pad to enter the administrator
password. The default factory-set password is
"aaaaaa". Press the [OK] button after entering
each individual character.
6
Index
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Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Using the 10-Key Pad
„„Function Number Input Screen
Use to input alphanumeric characters.
10-key
1
Press the [Fn] key.
1
Before use
The characters that can be entered when each
key is pressed, and the toggling of the input
characters, are described below.
When "Ready To Print" is displayed in the
standby screen, press the [Fn] key and then
press the desired number to display the relevant
menu item.
2
Setting Up
[2] a → b → c → 2 → a
2
[3] d → e → f → 3 → d
[4] g → h → i → 4 → g
4
Basic Device Operations
[5] j → k → l → 5 → j
[6] m → n → o → 6 → m
[7] p → q → r → s → 7 → p
[8] t → u → v → 8 → t
[9] w → x → y → z → 9 → w
[0] 0
3
[Fn] key:
The menu will be displayed, so check or
change the set values.
Appendix
The following two key functions are as described
below.
3
Printing
[1] 1
The function number input screen will
be displayed, so use the 10-key pad
to enter the (3-digit) menu number to
be displayed, and then press the [OK]
button.
Use to display the function number shortcut.
(Enabled when the standby screen is displayed.)
[CLEAR] key:
Index
Conceals each character individually when
entering a password.
Memo
zz If entering "abc", press the buttons in the
following order: [2]→[OK] button→[2]→[2]→[OK]
button→[2]→[2]→[2]→[OK]
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Parts Nomenclature and Functions
Function Numbers Table
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Function No.
Function No.
Function No. Menu Item
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
1
Print Secure Job (Encrypted Job)
2
Print Secure Job (Stored Job)
10
Paper Size (Tray 1)
11
X Dimension (Tray 1)
12
Y Dimension (Tray 1)
13
Media Type (Tray 1)
14
Media Weight (Tray 1)
15
A3Nobi Paper (Tray 1)
16
Legal14 Paper (Tray 1)
17
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (Tray 1)
18
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (Tray 1)
19
Other Size (Tray 1)
20
Paper Size (Tray 2)
21
X Dimension (Tray 2)
22
Y Dimension (Tray 2)
23
Media Type (Tray 2)
24
Media Weight (Tray 2)
25
A3Nobi Paper (Tray 2)
26
Legal14 Paper (Tray 2)
27
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (Tray 2)
28
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (Tray 2)
29
Other Size (Tray 2)
30
Paper Size (Tray 3)
31
X Dimension (Tray 3)
32
Y Dimension (Tray 3)
33
Media Type (Tray 3)
34
Media Weight (Tray 3)
35
A3Nobi Paper (Tray 3)
36
Legal14 Paper (Tray 3)
37
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (Tray 3)
38
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (Tray 3)
39
Other Size (Tray 3)
40
Paper Size (Tray 4)
41
X Dimension (Tray 4)
42
Y Dimension (Tray 4)
43
Media Type (Tray 4)
44
Media Weight (Tray 4)
45
A3Nobi Paper (Tray 4)
46
Legal14 Paper (Tray 4)
47
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (Tray 4)
48
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (Tray 4)
49
Other Size (Tray 4)
50
Paper Size (Tray 5)
51
X Dimension (Tray 5)
52
Y Dimension (Tray 5)
53
Media Type (Tray 5)
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Function No. Menu Item
54
Media Weight (Tray 5)
55
A3Nobi Paper (Tray 5)
56
Legal14 Paper (Tray 5)
57
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (Tray 5)
58
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (Tray 5)
59
Other Size (Tray 5)
80
Paper Feed Tray
90
Paper Size (MPTray)
91
X Dimension (MPTray)
92
Y Dimension (MPTray)
93
Media Type (MPTray)
94
Media Weight (MPTray)
95
Tray Usage (MPTray)
100
Print Information (Configuration)
101
Print Information (Network)
102
Print Information (Usage Report)
103
Print Information (Error Log)
200
Power Save Time
201
Sleep Time
202
Auto Power Off Time
210
Error Report
220
Print Position Adjust (MPTray)
221
Print Position Adjust (Tray 1)
222
Print Position Adjust (Tray 2)
223
Print Position Adjust (Tray 3)
224
Print Position Adjust (Tray 4)
225
Print Position Adjust (Tray 5)
230
Paper Black Setting
231
Paper Color Setting
232
Trans. Black Setting
233
Trans. Color Setting
234
SMR Setting
235
BG Setting
236
Drum Cleaning
237
Hex Dump
238
Transfer Roller Cleaning
300
Adjust Density
301
Adjust Registration
302
Print Color Tuning Pattern
310
Cyan Density
311
Magenta Density
312
Yellow Density
313
Black Density
314
White Density
314
Clear Density
Using the Device to its Fullest Extent
Using the Device to its Fullest Extent
zz
1
Options
Before use
The following options are supplied for the device.
„„ Expansion tray units (trays 2/3/4/5)
2
Setting Up
3
Expansion tray unit with casters
Large-capacity expansion tray unit
(Expandable up to 2 levels)
(N36130A)
(3 trays in one, with casters)
(N36110A)
Printing
Expansion tray unit
(N36120A)
4
Note
„„ Built-in HDD
Basic Device Operations
zz If expanding from level 3 upwards, use a large-capacity expansion tray unit.
Appendix
Index
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Using the Device to its Fullest Extent
Color management server
1
Recommended for users who want greater color management response and advanced Spot Color
adjustment.
Before use
®
„„Fiery XF Server Option
2
Setting Up
3
®
Fiery
XF Server Option
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
- 32 -
Installing the Device
2. Setting Up
Note
⿟⿟ Customers who have purchased C941/ES9541/Pro9541 should also see the "Separate Volume Spot Color Guide".
Before use
This chapter explains the methods for setting up the device, and for connecting the device to a PC and
installing the printer drivers.
1
Reference
⿟⿟ See the "Fiery XF Sever Quick Start Guide" for the methods of setting up the color management server for models C931/C941/
C942/ES9431/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9431/Pro9541/Pro9542.
Setting Up
Installing the Device
⿟⿟
For safe and pleasant use of the device, install in a location that satisfied the "installation environment"
and "installation space" described in the "installation conditions". Further, the conditions also describe
the installation precautions. Make sure to read them before use.
Consider the following environmental conditions
before selecting the device installation location.
Use in a location where temperature and
humidity are within the following ranges.
10ºC to 32ºC
Ambient
humidity:
20% to 80%RH (relative humidity)
Max. wet-bulb
temperature:
25ºC
*: Includes consumables such as image drums and toner
cartridges, etc.
zz Plane view
4
200mm
1770mm
620mm
460mm
Appendix
Ambient
temperature:
Make sure the area around the device has
the following space, and select a location that
can support the weight of the device before
installing. (The main unit weights are as follows:
C911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431: Approx.
98kg*; C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/
Pro9542: Approx. 111kg*.)
Basic Device Operations
„„Installation Environment
„„Installation Space
3
Printing
Installation Conditions
2
Memo
⿟⿟ Make sure there is no condensation.
1420mm
⿟⿟ If installing in a location where the ambient humidity is
30% or less, use a humidifier or static prevention mat.
600mm
Index
zz Front view
400mm
1040mm
- 33 -
Installing the Device
zz Front view (with expansion tray mounted)
1
„„Installation Precautions
WARNING
400mm
Before use
⿟⿟Do not install close to high-temperature locations
or naked flames.
⿟⿟Do not install in locations where chemical
reactions occur (e.g., laboratories).
⿟⿟Do not install close to combustible solutions such
as alcohol or thinners, etc.
⿟⿟Do not install within reach of small children.
⿟⿟Do not install in an unstable location (e.g.,
unsteady tables or sloping locations, etc.)
⿟⿟Do not install in humid or dusty locations, or in
locations in direct sunlight.
⿟⿟Do not install in environments with salt air or
corrosive gas.
⿟⿟Do not install in locations with major vibration.
⿟⿟Do not install in locations where the device air
holes are blocked. Use the following illustrations
to check the air hole position.
2
1560mm
Setting Up
3
Printing
Top
4
Right
Basic Device Operations
side
Front
Appendix
Index
Back
- 34 -
Left
Installing the Device
CAUTION
⿟⿟Do not install directly on shaggy rugs or carpets.
⿟⿟Do not install in locations with poor air circulation
or ventilation such as sealed rooms, etc.
⿟⿟Make sure of ventilation if using continuously for
long hours in a small room.
⿟⿟Install away from strong magnetic fields and
sources of noise.
⿟⿟Install away from monitors and TVs.
⿟⿟When moving the device, hold the carrying lever
and carrying handles.
⿟⿟The main device weight is approx. 98kg* for
models C911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431 and
approx. 111kg* for model C941/C942/ES9541/
ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542. When lifting or moving
the device, make sure to use at least 4 people.
⿟⿟Make sure of the ventilation if printing large
quantities or using the device continuously for
long hours.
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
*: Includes consumables such as image drums and toner
cartridges, etc.
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
- 35 -
Installing the Device
Installation Procedure
1
Work according to the relevant procedures and the customer installation conditions. If not mounting
any options, skip the reading of the procedures described as "Optional".
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
1
Opening the Package and Installation
2
Mounting Consumables (P.39)
3
Mounting the Expansion Tray Unit (Optional) (P.44)
(Optional)
4
Mounting the Built-in HDD (Optional) (P.48)
(Optional)
5
Connecting Using LAN Cable (P.57)
6
Connecting Using USB Cable (P.58)
7
Installing and Connecting the Color Management Server
("Server Installation Guide")
*: Not applicable to C911/ES9411.
8
Connecting Power Cables (P.51)
9
Connecting to PC (P.55)
10
Adding Options (P.76)
11
Printing from Trays (P.89)
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray (P.96)
(Sold
separately)
(Optional)
Basic Device Operations
Opening the Package and
Installation
The main unit weights are as described below.
This section explains the procedure from opening
the package to removing and installing the
product.
Appendix
C931/
ES9431/
Pro9431
Make sure to install in a sufficiently robust
location that can support the weight of the
device and its options. Do not install in unstable
locations such as on unsteady tables or slanted
locations, or in locations with strong vibrations.
Doing so risks causing injury due to the device
falling or toppling.
C941/
C942/
ES9541/
ES9542/
Pro9541/
Pro9542
Memo
Index
CAUTION There is a risk of injury.
⿟⿟The weight of the device is approx. 98kg* for
models C911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431,
and approx. 111kg* for model C941/C942/
ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542, so make
sure to use at least 4 people to lift.
*: Includes consumables such as image drums and toner
cartridges, etc.
- 36 -
With the toner
cartridge and
image drum
removed
Approx. 98kg
Approx. 82kg
Approx. 111kg
Approx. 91kg
C911/
ES9411
Opening the Package and Moving
the Device
⿟⿟ For device installation locations, see “Installation
Conditions” (P.33).
With the toner
cartridge and
image drum
mounted
Installing the Device
1
Open the package, and remove the
device accessories ( ), and enclosed
manual, protective equipment, and
shock-absorbing material ( ).
2
Remove the cover bag enclosing the
main printer unit.
Note
Before use
⿟⿟ Do not remove the tape securing the protective
equipment, paper feed trays, and side covers before
transporting the device to its installation location.
The trays and covers opening during transport may
cause unexpected injury.
1
2
Setting Up
3
4
Basic Device Operations
Remove the three carrying levers at the
bottom of the printer ( ), and check
the three locations of the carrying
handles ( ).
Printing
3
Note
Appendix
⿟⿟ The packing and protective equipment are used
when shipping the device, so store them carefully.
Index
- 37 -
Installing the Device
1
4
Hold the carrying levers while grasping
the carrying handles, and use at least 4
people to lift and carry simultaneously.
7
Pull out the tray 1 paper cassette.
Note
Before use
⿟⿟ Make sure not hold anywhere other than the
carrying handles, such as the paper feed trays or
side covers, etc. Doing so may cause injury due to
dropping the device.
⿟⿟ Make sure to use 4 people min. for lifting and
carrying so there is no back pain, etc.
2
Setting Up
8
Slide the paper guide and take out the
sheet retainer.
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
9
Appendix
5
Gently lower the device into its
installation location.
Note
⿟⿟ Gently and carefully lower the device. There is a
risk of crush injuries to hands, etc.
Index
6
Peel off the five protection tapes from
the printer main unit.
- 38 -
Return the paper cassette to the tray.
Installing the Device
5
Mounting Consumables
„„Setting the Toner Cartridge
1
Remove the toner cartridge from its
cover bag.
Before use
1
Close the toner replacement cover.
2
Shake the toner cartridge both
horizontally and vertically.
„„Remove the image drum stopper
Memo
⿟⿟ The image drum is set inside the device at the factory.
Reference
The stopper is mounted to the image drum in
the device at the factory.
⿟⿟ Do not drop the toner cartridge or tap it on the
floor. Doing so may damage the cartridge.
1
Open the toner replacement cover.
Open the front cover.
4
Basic Device Operations
Make sure to use the following procedure to
remove the stopper before use.
Note
3
Printing
⿟⿟ For the methods of replacing the image drum, see
"Troubleshooting/Daily Maintenance Manual", or the device
help.
3
Setting Up
2
Appendix
Check the position of the slot that has a label stuck
on it with the same letters and colors, and firmly
push the toner cartridge in as far as it will go.
- 39 -
Index
4
Installing the Device
1
2
3
Gently raise the (blue) lever ( ), and
remove the image drum ( ) while
being careful not to touch the green
cylinder with your hands.
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
Note
⿟⿟ Do not expose the image drum to direct sunshine
or strong light (approx. 1,500 lux or above). Do not
leave it for more than 5 minutes even under indoor
light.
⿟⿟ Be careful not to touch or scratch the image drum
(green cylinder).
- 40 -
Place the image drum that has been
removed onto a flat surface covered
with paper, and remove 4 stoppers
(orange) in the direction of the arrows.
Installing the Device
4
„„Set the transfer roller unit.
Align the (red) arrow labels on the
image drum with the arrows on the
device, and gently insert into the slot
and push in firmly all the way while
being careful not to touch the green
cylinder with your hands.
1
Lift the exit unit opener (
out the exit unit.
), and pull
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Note
Raise the lock levers (blue) at both ends
of the transfer roller unit installation
location of the exit unit.
Basic Device Operations
2
⿟⿟ Be careful not to touch or scratch the image drum
(green cylinder).
Appendix
Close the front cover.
Index
5
Reference
⿟⿟ Model C941/ES9541/Pro9541 requires the Spot Color kit to be
set. For details, see the "Separate Volume Spot Color Guide".
- 41 -
Installing the Device
1
3
Take out the transfer roller unit from
the package.
Set the transfer roller unit to the exit
unit.
5
Push both sides of the lock lever (blue)
down.
Before use
4
2
Setting Up
Note
⿟⿟ Do not touch sponge of the transfer roller unit.
3
Printing
4
Memo
⿟⿟ The toner used for quality inspection might be adhered to
the roller surface. The toner on the roller surface will not
affect the performance.
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
6
- 42 -
Put the exit unit back into the printer.
Installing the Device
Setting Paper
This section explains how to set the paper in tray
1 or trays 2/3/4/5.
4
Set the paper with the print surface
face-down.
1
Memo
Before use
⿟⿟ In this section, setting paper in tray 1 is used as an
example. Set trays 2 to 5 using the same procedure.
1
Pull out the tray 1 paper cassette (
).
2
Setting Up
Note
⿟⿟ Do not exceed the " " symbol (
guide when setting the paper.
) on the paper
3
Printing
Slide the paper guide ( ) and paper
stopper ( ) to align to the size of the
paper that has been set.
4
Basic Device Operations
2
Memo
⿟⿟ Set so there is no gap between the paper and the
paper guide or paper stopper.
Thoroughly sort the paper. Carefully
align the edges of the paper
horizontally.
Return the paper cassette to the tray.
Index
3
Use the paper guide to secure the
paper.
Appendix
5
6
- 43 -
Installing the Device
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
„„Expansion tray unit with casters
Mounting the Expansion
Tray Unit (Optional)
Mount the (optional) expansion tray unit to
increase the quantity and types of paper that
can be set in the device.
The expansion tray unit has a large-capacity tray
comprising the 1st and 3rd trays.
The device can expand to a maximum of 4 trays
(5 including the standard tray).
The expansion trays can be mounted to either
the main printer unit or the expansion tray unit.
‰‰Mounting the expansion tray unit with
casters to the main printer unit
Note
⿟⿟ If placed on a table, the expansion tray unit can be
expanded to 2 trays (3 including the standard tray).
⿟⿟ If placed on a table, the large-capacity expansion tray unit
cannot be used.
Printing
„„Expansion tray unit
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
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Installing the Device
„„Large-capacity expansion tray unit
1
Remove the expansion tray unit from
the package, and remove the buffering
and protective materials.
Mount the main printer unit to the
expansion tray unit.
Gently lift the main unit using 4 people
min., and align the holes on the base
( ) to the 2 protrusions ( ) on the
expansion tray unit.
Memo
⿟⿟ The expanded trays are called tray 2, tray 3, tray 4, and
tray 5.
CAUTION There is a risk of injury.
1 (standard)
2
3
4
5
*: Includes consumables such as image drums and toner
cartridges, etc.
Note
⿟⿟ If the device is connected to a power supply, turn OFF the
device power, and remove the cables. For how to turn OFF
the power supply, see “Turning OFF the Power Supply”
(P.52).
4
Basic Device Operations
Large-capacity
expansion tray
unit
Tray
Tray
Tray
Tray
Tray
3
Printing
Expansion
tray unit
⿟⿟The weight of the device is approx. 98kg* for
models C911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431,
and approx. 111kg* for model C941/C942/
ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542, so make
sure to use at least 4 people to lift.
2
Setting Up
Gently place on the other while
matching the main unit to the position
of the vertical lines on the back of the
expansion tray unit.
Before use
2
1
Appendix
Index
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Installing the Device
Note
1
⿟⿟ If using the expansion tray unit and large-capacity
expansion tray unit, first mount the expansion tray
unit to the large-capacity expansion tray unit, and then
mount the main printer unit to the expansion tray unit.
3
Push down the lock levers on the
casters (x2) at the front of the device
to lock the casters.
Before use
2
Setting Up
Printer
base hole
3
Protrusion
Printing
4
4
Basic Device Operations
Protrusion
Appendix
Index
⿟⿟ For the expansion tray unit and large-capacity expansion tray
unit with casters, adjust the caster locks (x2) and feet (x2).
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Loosen the nuts (x2) at the top of the
feet on the right of the device.
Installing the Device
5
Rotate the nuts and bolts at the bottom
of each foot to lower the feet.
If moving the printer or replacing consumables
or maintenance units, or setting paper in the
tray, check the following points to prevent the
printer from toppling.
Before use
zz Do not press the front cover when the printer
font cover is open.
1
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
When each foot has reached the
ground, tighten the nuts at the top to
secure the tray unit.
4
Basic Device Operations
6
zz Do not press on the cassette from above when
the cassette is pulled out.
Appendix
Index
Note
⿟⿟ When moving the device, rotate and thoroughly lift the
screws on the feet of the large-capacity expansion tray
unit, and move while remote from the ground.
Memo
⿟⿟ If mounting the expansion tray unit, it is necessary to implement
“Connecting Cables” (P.57) and “Connecting Power
Cables” (P.51) before making the settings for the printer
drivers to detect the expansion tray unit.
See “Adding Options” (P.76).
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Installing the Device
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Mounting the Built-in HDD
(Optional)
3
Check that the internal LED lamp (
OFF.
4
Align the screws (x2) on the built-in
HDD to the holes on the device.
5
Rotate the screws (x2) in the direction
of the arrows to tighten securely.
6
Connect the HDD connectors to the
device.
) is
Mount the (optional) built-in HDD to increase the
memory capacity or implement secure printing.
Reference
⿟⿟ For the functions required by the HDD, see "Advanced".
„„Built-in HDD
1
Turn OFF the device power supply, and
remove the cables.
Note
Printing
⿟⿟ When turning OFF the power supply, make sure
to press the power switch and wait for shutdown
before turning OFF (O) the main power switch.
Reference
⿟⿟ “Connecting Power Cables” (P.51)
4
⿟⿟ “Turning OFF the Power Supply” (P.52)
Basic Device Operations
2
Loosen the screws on the access cover
at the back of the printer ( ), and
open the door ( ).
Appendix
Index
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Installing the Device
7
Press either the scroll button
or
on the control panel to display the
"Functions" screen.
Close the access cover.
1
Before use
2
Memo
12
Press the scroll button
to select [Print
Information], and then press the [OK]
button.
Setting Up
8
⿟⿟ Print the "Configuration" on A4 size paper. Set A4
size paper in the paper feed tray.
Tighten the access cover screws.
3
Printing
4
Connect the cables, and turn ON the
device power supply.
Check that the standby screen is
displayed in the liquid crystal panel.
When the [Configuration] have been
selected, press the [OK] button.
14
When [Execute] has been selected,
press the [OK] button.
15
Check that the HDD has been added to
the "Configuration".
Appendix
13
Basic Device Operations
9
10
Print the "Configuration".
Index
11
Reference
⿟⿟ “Printer Information” (P.54)
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Turning ON/OFF the Power
Turning ON/OFF the Power
⿟⿟
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Power Supply Precautions
Power Supply Conditions
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
There is a risk of getting
WARNING an electric shock and/or
causing fire.
zz Be sure to cut off the power supply when
attaching or removing the power supply plug
or the earth wire.
zz Be sure to connect an earth wire to the
grounding terminal of exclusive use.
zz Please do not connect with the ground of a
water pipe, a gas pipe, and a telephone wire,
or lightning rod without fail.
zz Make sure to connect with the ground terminal
before connecting the power cord to the
power supply plug.
zz Be sure to perform extraction and insertion of
the power cord with a power supply plug.
zz Insert the power supply plug into the wall
socket securely.
zz Do not touch the power cord, or machine, if
your hands are wet.
zz Install the power cord in a location where it will
not be stepped on, and do not place objects on
the power cord.
zz Do not twist, bind, or knot the power cord.
zz Please do not use a damaged power cord.
zz Do not carry out foot wiring.
zz Do not connect this machine and other electric
products to the same wall socket. If connected
simultaneously with an air-conditioner, a copy
machine, shredder, etc., electric noise may
interfere with operation. When the connection
with the same wall socket is unavoidable,
please use a commercial noise filter or a
commercial noise cut transformer.
zz Use the attached power cord and insert it
directory with the ground terminal. Do not use
power cords intended for other products with
this machine.
zz Do not use an extension cord. When use is
unavoidable, use a cord rated higher than 15A.
zz Use of an extended cord may cause AC
voltage decrease and interfere with normal
operation.
zz During printing, do not shut off the power
supply or pull out the power supply plug.
zz When not in use for consecutive holidays or
longterm travel, pull out the power cord.
zz Do not use the attached power cord for other
products.
Observe the following power supply conditions.
Current:
110 - 127VAC
(Range 99 - 140 VAC)
220 - 240VAC
(Range 198 - 264VAC)
Power
frequency:
50/60 Hz ± 2%
Note
⿟⿟ If the power supply is unstable, use a voltage regulator.
⿟⿟ The maximum power consumption of the device is 1500W.
Check that there is sufficient voltage capacity.
⿟⿟ Operations cannot be assured if using an uninterruptible
power supply (UPS) or inverter. Do not use an
uninterruptible power supply or inverter.
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Turning ON/OFF the Power
Connecting Power Cables
Check that the device power supply is
turned OFF.
1
Note
The device is OFF when the main power
switch is in the (O) position.
⿟⿟ For the C941/ES9541/Pro9541 model, do not turn ON the
power supply before the Spot Color kit has been set.
1
Turn ON (I) the main power switch.
Before use
1
Turning ON the Power
Supply
2
Setting Up
ON
Secure insert the enclosed power cable
into the device power connector.
2
Press and hold the power switch for
approx. 1s.
3
Appendix
Power cable
4
Basic Device Operations
When the power supply is ON, the LED
lamp for the power switch will turn ON.
Printing
2
3
Insert the power plug into the power
outlet.
Memo
⿟⿟ The "OKI" logo screen will be displayed in the liquid crystal
display of the control panel when the device starts. Wait
a moment until the standby screen is displayed, and the
printing is enabled.
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Index
⿟⿟ When the power supply is turned ON for the first time, the
device auto initialization will start. Wait until the standby
screen is displayed in the liquid crystal display on the
control panel.
Turning ON/OFF the Power
1
Before use
2
Turning OFF the Power
Supply
In the following cases, use the following
procedure to turn OFF the main power supply.
If not using the device for long periods over
holidays or during travel, etc.
If mounting optional or maintenance products.
If moving the device.
If implementing device repairs or inspections,
etc.
During normal use, use the following procedure
to turn OFF the power supply.
Note
⿟⿟ Once shutdown has been implemented, it cannot be
stopped. To turn ON the device power supply again, wait
until shutdown has finished, and then turn ON the power
supply.
Setting Up
1
1
Press and hold the power switch for
approx. 1s.
Press and hold the power switch for
approx. 1s.
3
Printing
4
"Shutting down. Please wait. Power
will turn OFF automatically" will be
displayed in the control panel, and the
power switch LED lamp will flash on an
approx. 1-s cycle.
Basic Device Operations
"Shutting down. Please wait. Power
will turn OFF automatically" will be
displayed in the control panel, and the
power switch LED lamp will flash on an
approx. 1-s cycle.
Wait a moment, and the device power
supply will turn OFF automatically, and
the LED lamp on the power switch will
turn OFF.
Appendix
Wait a moment, and the power
supply for the device will turn OFF
automatically, and the LED lamp on the
power switch will turn OFF.
2
Note
⿟⿟ Press and hold the power switch for 5s min. to force-turn
OFF the power supply. Use only if a problem has occurred.
For device problems, see "Troubleshooting/Daily
Maintenance Manual".
Index
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Turn the main power supply switch to
the OFF (O) position to turn OFF the
power supply.
Test Printing Using the Printer Only
Test Printing Using the Printer Only
⿟⿟
Check that printing is actually enabled using the printer only. Check by printing the device setup and
setup details, which enable the status to be checked. (Printer information.)
⿟⿟ Print the "printer information" on A4 size paper. Set A4 size paper in the paper feed tray.
Reference
Before use
Memo
1
⿟⿟ See “Turning ON the Power Supply” (P.51) for how to turn ON the power supply.
Setting Up
1
2
2
Set A4 paper in tray 1.
Check that the standby screen is
displayed in the liquid crystal panel.
3
Printing
Press the [Fn] key.
4
The numerical values input screen will
be displayed.
Press [1], [0], [0], and then press the
[OK] button.
5
When [Execute] has been selected,
press the [OK] button.
Appendix
4
Basic Device Operations
3
Index
The printer information will be
displayed.
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Test Printing Using the Printer Only
Printer Information
1
Before use
2
During test printing, the following device setup
details (printer information) will be printed.
Memo
⿟⿟ Use the printer information to check the functions that
are currently usable, the settings table, the software and
hardware versions built into the device, and the print
quantity, etc.
Note
Setting Up
⿟⿟ The printer information described here is a sample. The
printer information printed by your device may differ in
places.
3
Reference
Printing
Check here if an option
(expansion tray unit or
built-in HDD) is
mounted.
⿟⿟ You can also print function reports and demo pages, etc.
For details, see "Advanced".
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
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Connecting the PC
Connecting the PC
⿟⿟
This section explains how to connect the device to a PC, and how to install the printer drivers from the
enclosed "Software DVD-ROM". Prepare a PC connected to a DVD drive.
Before use
Flow for Installing Drivers on a PC
Connecting to PC
For Windows
For Macintosh
2
Connecting via a network
Connecting via USB
Connecting via
EtherTalk
Connecting via
Bonjour/Rendezvous
Connecting via USB
Setting Up
Connecting via a
network
1
Connecting the cables
3
Turning ON the device power supply
Setting the IP address
in the device
Enabling the device
EtherTalk
Connecting the cables
Disabling device sleep
mode
Printing
Turning ON the device
power supply
4
Basic Device Operations
Turning ON the PC power supply
Appendix
Setting the IP
address, etc., in the
PC
Setting EtherTalk in
the PC
Installing the printer drivers
Index
Turning ON the device
power supply
Adding devices to the PC
Checking operations from the PC
(See “3.Printing”)
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Connecting the PC
Operating Environment
1
The device is compatible with the following operating systems (OS).
zz Windows 8.1/Windows 8.1 (64-bit version)*
Before use
zz Windows 8/Windows 8 (64-bit version)*
zz Windows Server 2012 R2
zz Windows Server 2012
2
zz Windows 7/Windows 7 (64-bit version)
zz Windows Vista/Windows Vista (64-bit version)
Setting Up
zz Windows Server 2008 R2
zz Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008 (x64 version)
zz Mac OS X 10.3.9 to OS X 10.9
*: Only desktop mode is compatible for Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.
3
Printing
4
Printer Driver Types
The following types of printer driver can be installed.
zz Windows
Type
Explanation
Basic Device Operations
PS
Applies to the printing of documents that include PostScript fonts and EPS
data.
PCL
Applies to the printing of business documents.
XPS
Applies to printing from applications that support XPS.
zz Mac OS/Mac OS X
Type
PS
Explanation
Applies to the printing of documents including PostScript fonts and EPS data.
Can also be used for regular printing.
Appendix
Note
⿟⿟ Descriptions may differ depending on the printer driver, and Windows or Mac OS version.
Index
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Connecting the PC
„„Connecting LAN Cables
Connecting Cables
1
Connect the device to a PC or network.
Connect the other end of the LAN cable
to the hub connector ( ).
Connecting Using LAN Cables
2
Setting Up
Connecting the device to a network such as
LAN (Ethernet*), etc., enables the device to
be shared by all the PCs on the network. This
system can be used by OS such as Windows or
Mac, etc.
LAN cable
*: The device is equipped with network interfaces compatible
with 10BASE-T/100BASE -TX/1000BASE-T as standard.
Windows
1
Before use
The device is equipped with the LAN (network)
interface connectors and USB interface
connectors as standard. Connections can be
made to the network directly using LAN cables,
and to the PC using USB cables.
Connect the LAN cable to the LAN
(network) interface connector ( ).
LAN (network)
interface
Connector
3
Macintosh
Printing
Windows
4
Basic Device Operations
Macintosh
Hub
„„ Preparations
Appendix
LAN cable
Hub
Note
⿟⿟ LAN cables and hubs are not enclosed with the device.
Prepare LAN cables (category 5 or greater, twist pair
cable, straight) and hubs as necessary.
Index
⿟⿟ The setup must be changes if using with 1000BASE-T
as the factory default settings are "Gigabit network:
Disabled" in the administrator setup menu.
Setup method: In the control panel, select [Admin
Setup]> Enter the password> [Network Setup]> [Gigabit
network]> [Enable].
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Connecting the PC
Connecting Using USB Cables
„„Connecting USB Cables
Connect the device and PC using USB cables.
Note
⿟⿟ If the printer drivers are not installed on the PC, remove
the USB cable fromthe PC, and first install the printer
drivers. (page 66)
1
Before use
2
1
USB cable
„„Preparations
Pay attention to the connector
orientation, and connect the square end
of the USB cable to the Printer ( ).
Connect the other, flat end to the PC ( ).
Setting Up
USB cable
Note
3
⿟⿟ USB cables are not enclosed with the device. Prepare USB
cables with USB2.0 specifications, length 2m max. as
necessary.
Printing
⿟⿟ If connecting using USB2.0 Hi-Speed mode, use a USB
cable with Hi-Speed USB2.0 specifications.
USB port
USB interface
connector
USB cable
Note
4
Basic Device Operations
⿟⿟ Be careful not to insert the USB cable into the LAN
(network) interface connector. Doing so may cause a
printer malfunction.
⿟⿟ Do not insert the USB cable when the PC or device power
supply is ON. Doing so may cause a printer malfunction.
Memo
⿟⿟ Set the device USB baud rate using the control panel
according to the USB port baud rate (speed) mounted
to the PC. For the control panel, see “Control Panel
Appearance” (P.25).
Appendix
Index
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Connecting the PC
„„Setting the IP Address in the
Device Using the Control Panel
Installer Printer Drivers
(Windows)
Memo
Network Connections
⿟⿟ PC
To connect the Windows PC and device to the
network, first set the device IP address. Next,
install the printer drivers on the PC.
-- IP address: Any from 192.168.0.1 to 254
1
Before use
⿟⿟ If configuring using a small scale network that connects
the device to a single PC, set the following IP address
(conforming to RFC1918).
-- Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
-- Default gateway: Not used
Further, it is also necessary to set the IP address
in the PC and device manually if instructed to
set a specific IP address determined by the inhouse network administrator, provider, or router
manufacturer.
-- IP address setup: Manual from 192.168.0.1 to 254
(Select a different value fom the PC.)
-- DNS server: Not used
⿟⿟ Device
-- Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
-- Default gateway: 0.0.0.0
-- Network size: Small scale
„„Setup Flow
Turning ON the device power supply
Turning ON the PC power supply
Setting the IP address, etc., in the PC
4
Basic Device Operations
1
Press either the scroll button
or
on the control panel to display the
"Functions" screen.
3
Printing
This section explains the following settings as an
example.
IP address:
192.168.0.3 (PC)
192.168.0.2 (Device)
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway address:
192.168.0.1
Setting the IP address in the device
2
Setting Up
If there are no DHCP or BOOTP servers on the
network, it is necessary to set the IP address on
the PC and device manually.
Installing the printer drivers
⿟⿟ If the IP address is incorrect, the network may go
down, or internet connections be disabled. Check the IP
addresses that can be set in the device with your in-house
network administrator or internet service provider.
2
Index
⿟⿟ The server on the network (DHCP, etc.) depends on the
network environment in use. Check with your in-house
network administrator, internet service provider, or router
manufacturer.
Press the scroll button
several times
to select [Admin Setup], and then press
the [OK] button.
Appendix
Note
⿟⿟ Setup requires computer administrator privileges.
⿟⿟ In "Setting Up", the operating procedure described is for
Windows 7 unless otherwise specified. The screens and
operating procedure may differ depending on the OS.
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Connecting the PC
1
3
Use the 10-key pad to enter the
administrator password.
Before use
The default factory-set password is
"aaaaaa". Press the [OK] button after
entering each individual character.
7
Go to Step 8
Network Setup
IP Address Set
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
Setting Up
3
If setting the IP address manually, press
to select [Manual],
the scroll button
and then press the [OK] button.
4
5
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1/2 Page
USB Setup
Print Setup
PS Setup
PCL Setup
XPS Setup
Use Online button to return to standby screen
Press the scroll button
several times
to select [IP Address Set], and then
press the [OK] button.
Appendix
1
2
3
4
5
6
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
Use Online button
Useto
Online
return
button
to standby
to return
scr
Network Setup
IP Address Set
Network Setup
Network Setup
EtherTalk
Go to Step 14
Check that [Network Setup] has been
selected, and press the [OK] button.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1/1 Page
If acquiring the IP address automatically,
check that [Auto] has been selected, and
then press the [OK] button.
Press the [OK] button.
Admin Setup
1 Auto
Manual
NetBIOS over
2 TCP
TCP/IP
8
NetBIOS over TCP
EtherTalk
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
Use Online button to return to standby screen
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
Use Online button
Useto
Online
return
button
to standby
to return
scr
Press the scroll button
several times
to select [IPv4 Address], and then click
the [OK] button.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1/2 Page
9
1/1 Page
EtherTalk
Network Setup
TCP/IP
Subnet Mask
1 Auto
Manual
NetBIOS over
2 TCP
TCP/IP
1/2 Page
TCP/IP
NetBIOS over TCP
EtherTalk
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
Use Online button to return to standby screen
Index
Use either the scroll buttons
or the
10-key pad to enter the first 3 digits
of the IP address, and then press the
[OK] button. Enter the next 3 digits
in the same way. When all entries are
complete, press the [BACK] button.
To move to the next box, press the [OK]
button.
Network Setup
IPv4 Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
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TCP/IP
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
NetBIOS over TCP
EtherTalk
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
Use Online button
Use
toOnline
returnbutton
to standby
to return
sc
Connecting the PC
10
Press the scroll button
to select
[Subnet Mask], and then press the [OK]
button.
Network Setup
1
1/2 Page
TCP/IP
NetBIOS over TCP
EtherTalk
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
2
Use Online button to return to standby screen
Enter the subnet mask in the same way
as the IP address. When all entries are
complete, press the [BACK] button.
Setting Up
11
Press the [ON LINE] button to complete
the network setup.
Before use
1
2
3
4
5
6
14
Network Setup
Subnet Mask
6
Subnet Mask xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
3
Printing
Use Online button
Use
toOnline
returnbutton
to standby
to return
screen
Network Setup
1
4
Basic Device Operations
12
Press the scroll button
to select
[Gateway Address], and then press the
[OK] button.
2/2 Page
Gateway Address
13
Enter the gateway address in the same
way as the IP address. When all entries
are complete, press the [BACK] button.
Appendix
Use Online button to return to standby screen
Network Setup
Gateway Address
Gateway Address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Index
1
Use Online button
Use
toOnline
returnbutton
to standby
to return
screen
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Connecting the PC
5
„„Setting the IP Address in the PC
Note
1
⿟⿟ If the IP address has already been set in the PC or is
acquired automatically, go to “Setting the IP Address in
the Device Using the Control Panel” (P.59).
Before use
1
2
3
2
Select [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/
IPv4)], and click [Properties].
Turn ON the PC power supply to start
Windows.
Click [Start], and select [Control panel].
Setting Up
Click [View network status and tasks].
3
Printing
6
4
Basic Device Operations
4
Enter the IP address, Subnet mask,
Default gateway, and DNS server, and
click [OK].
Click [Local Area Connection], and then
click [Properties] in the "Local Area
Connection Status" window.
Appendix
Memo
Index
⿟⿟ If acquiring the IP address from the DHCP server
automatically, select "Obtain an IP address
automatically", and do not enter an IP address.
⿟⿟ Do not enter if not using a Default gateway or DNS
server.
7
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Close the "Local Area Connection
Properties" window.
Connecting the PC
8
„„Setting the Device Network
Memo
⿟⿟ If you have set up the IP address for this printer by
following Steps 1~14 in “Installer Printer Drivers
(Windows)” (P.59), then skip this section.
2
When the "AutoPlay" window is
displayed, click [Run Setup.exe].
9
When the "User Account Control"
window is displayed, click [Yes].
The printer search will start. Select the
device from the table when the printer
has been detected, and click [Next].
Read the "Software License Agreement"
thoroughly, and click [Agree].
3
Read the "Environmental advice for
Users", and click [Next].
Printing
10
Enter the network setup information,
and click [Setup].
11
Enter the network setup password, and
click [OK].
Set the printer model to be set, and
click [Next].
4
Basic Device Operations
6
Check that the device and PC are
connected, and that the power is turned
ON, and then insert the "Software DVDROM" into the PC.
Setting Up
2
3
4
5
1
Before use
1
Click [Device Network Setup].
Appendix
Index
7
Select [Network connection], and click
[Next].
- 63 -
Connecting the PC
1
12
When the setup is complete, the device
will restart automatically, and the
display will return to the menu selection
screen.
5
Read the "Software License Agreement",
and click [Agree].
6
Read the "Environmental advice for
Users", and click [Next].
7
Select the printer model to be used,
and click [Next].
8
Select [Network connection], and click
[Next].
Before use
Click [Exit] in the menu screen to finish.
2
Setting Up
3
„„Installing Printer Drivers
Printing
1
Check that the device and PC are
connected, and that the power supply is
turned ON.
Reference
4
⿟⿟ “Connecting Using LAN Cables” (P.57)
Basic Device Operations
2
3
Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into the
PC.
When the "AutoPlay" window is
displayed, click [Run Setup.exe].
Appendix
Index
4
When the "User Account Control"
window is displayed, click [Yes].
- 64 -
Connecting the PC
9
13
Click [Recommended Install].
Select [Start]> [Devices and Printers].
1
Before use
2
10
14
The printer search will start. When the
printer has been detected, select the
device from the table. Click [Next] to
start the installation.
Check that the OKI C931 icon is
displayed.
3
Printing
Right-click the OKI C931 icon and select
and item from the menu, and check
that all the printer drivers that have
been installed are displayed in the submenu.
Setting Up
Memo
⿟⿟ Click [Custom install] to select "PCL6 Driver" and
"XPS Driver".
4
When the installation has finished, click
[Exit].
15
Remove the “Software DVD-ROM” from
the computer.
Basic Device Operations
11
Reference
Click [Exit] in the menu screen to finish.
Index
12
Appendix
⿟⿟ For how to print from the PC, see “Printing from Trays”
(P.89).
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Connecting the PC
USB Connections
Note
1
5
Read the "Software License Agreement",
and click "Agree".
6
Read the "Environmental advice for
Users", and click [Next].
7
Select the printer model to be used,
and click [Next].
8
Select "USB connection", and click
[Next].
⿟⿟ Check that the device power supply is turned OFF.
⿟⿟ Setup requires computer administrator privileges.
Before use
⿟⿟ This section described the operating procedure for
Windows 7 unless otherwise specified. The screens and
operating procedure may differ depending on the OS.
„„Setup Flow
2
Turning ON the PC power supply
Setting Up
Installing the printer drivers
3
Turning ON the device power supply
Printing
1
Turn ON the PC power supply to start
Windows.
Memo
⿟⿟ When the device power supply is turned ON, the
"Add new software wizard" may be displayed in the
screen. If this happens, click "CANCEL", and then
turn OFF the device beore proceeding to the next
step.
4
Basic Device Operations
2
3
Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into the
PC.
When the "AutoPlay" window is
displayed, click [Run Setup.exe].
Appendix
Index
4
When the "User Account Control"
window is displayed, click [Yes].
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Connecting the PC
9
11
Click [Recommended Install] to start
the installation.
When the installation has finished, click
[Exit].
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
Memo
⿟⿟ Click [Custom install] to select "PCL6 Driver" and
"XPS Driver".
10
12
3
In the menu screen, click [Exit]> [Yes].
Printing
When the following screen is displayed
during the installation, connect the
device and PC using a USB cable, and
then turn ON the device power supply.
4
Basic Device Operations
Memo
13
Select [Start]> [Devices and Printers].
Appendix
⿟⿟ If the display does not change even when the device
is connected, click [Install using another port].
Select the port to which the device is connected
using the "Printer port" screen, and click [Next].
Index
- 67 -
Connecting the PC
1
14
Before use
Right-click the OKI C931 icon and select
and item from the menu, and check
that all the printer drivers that have
been installed are displayed in the submenu.
2
Setting Up
3
Installing Printer Drivers
(Macintosh)
Check that the OKI C931 icon is
displayed.
Network Connections
To connect Mac OS X and the device via a
network, install the printer drivers on the
computer, and then set the device as a network
printer.
„„Deciding the Print Method
(Protocol)
15
Remove the "Software DVD-ROM" from
the PC.
There are two printing methods from Mac OS X:
Using EtherTalk, and using Bonjour/Rendezvous.
Print method
(Protocol)
Reference
Printing
⿟⿟ For how to print from the PC, see “Printing from Trays”
(P.89).
If Setup Fails
4
Basic Device Operations
If setup fails using either a network or USB
connection, see the enclosed "Troubleshooting/
Daily Maintenance Manual".
This manual explains the possible causes of the
setup trouble and the countermeasures.
Appendix
Index
- 68 -
Features
EtherTalk
Uses functions mounted
as standard to OS X
10.3 to 10.5.
Bonjour
Rendezvous
Use this with TCP/IP
networks.
Connecting the PC
„„Setup Flow
The setup procedure may differ depending on
the print method.
Turning ON the power
supply
Bonjour/
Rendezvous
Turning ON the power
supply
‰‰Enable EtherTalk using the control panel,
and disable sleep mode
If connecting to a network using EtherTalk, it
is necessary to enable EtherTalk in the printer,
and disable sleep mode. Next, install the printer
drivers in the computer.
1
Before use
EtherTalk
„„Using EtherTalk
Reference
⿟⿟ People using Bonjour go to “Using Bonjour (Rendezvous)”
(P.72).
Enabling the device
EtherTalk
Disabling device sleep
mode
Press either the scroll button
or
on the control panel to display the
"Functions" screen.
Setting Up
1
2
3
Turning ON the PC power
supply
Setting EtherTalk in the
PC
Adding devices to the PC
Adding devices to the PC
Go to “Using EtherTalk”.
Go to “Using Bonjour
(Rendezvous)” (P.72).
Note
⿟⿟ Upgrading the Mac OS X or printer driver version may
result in differences from the description in the manual.
3
⿟⿟ Disable all anti-virus software before starting the setup.
- 69 -
The default factory-set password is
"aaaaaa". Press the [OK] button after
entering each individual character.
Press the [OK] button.
Index
4
Use the 10-key pad to enter the
administrator password.
4
Appendix
Installing the printer
drivers
2
Press the scroll button
several times
to select [Admin Setup], and then press
the [OK] button.
Basic Device Operations
Installing the printer
drivers
Printing
Turning ON the PC power
supply
Connecting the PC
1
5
Admin Setup
1
2
3
4
5
6
Before use
2
Setting Up
6
Printing
Basic Device Operations
7
1/2 Page
PS Setup
PCL Setup
XPS Setup
Use Online button to return to standby screen
10
1/2 Page
Network Setup
USB Setup
Print Setup
PS Setup
PCL Setup
XPS Setup
Use Online button to return to standby screen
Press the scroll button
several times
to select [Power Setup], and then click
the [OK] button.
1/1 Page
TCP/IP
NetBIOS over TCP
EtherTalk
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
Use Online button to return to standby screen
Press the scroll button
to select
[Enable], and then press the [OK]
button.
1 TCP/IP 1 Enable
Disable
2 NetBIOS over
2 TCP
3 EtherTalk
4 IP Address Set
5 IPv4 Address
6 Subnet Mask
Appendix
Press the [BACK] button to display the
"Network Setup" screen.
Network Setup
11
Press the scroll button
to select
[Sleep], and then click the [OK] button.
1/1 Page
Use Online button
Use
toOnline
returnbutton
to standby
to return
screen
Index
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
USB Setup
Network Setup
EtherTalk
8
Press the [BACK] button to display the
[Admin Setup] screen.
Admin Setup
Print Setup
Press the scroll button
several times
to select [EtherTalk], and then click the
[OK] button.
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
Network Setup
Network Setup
3
4
Check that [Network Setup] has been
selected, and press the [OK] button.
12
1/2 Page
TCP/IP
NetBIOS over TCP
EtherTalk
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
Use Online button to return to standby screen
- 70 -
Press the scroll button
to select
[Disable], and then click the [OK]
button.
Connecting the PC
13
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
‰‰Installing the printer drivers on the computer
1
Check that the device and PC are
connected, and that the power supply is
turned ON.
Double-click the OKI icon on the
desktop.
Double-click [Driver]> [Installer for OS
X10.5-10.10.pkg].
Enter the Mac OS X administrator
password, and click [Install Software].
2
3
Printing
5
Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into the
PC.
Setting Up
2
3
4
Before use
Reference
⿟⿟ “Connecting Using LAN Cables” (P.57)
1
4
Basic Device Operations
Finish the installation by following the
instructions displayed on the screen.
Click [Print & Scan].
Click [+].
Click [AppleTalk].
Index
- 71 -
Select [System Preferences] from the
Apple menu.
Appendix
6
7
8
9
Connecting the PC
1
10
„„Using Bonjour (Rendezvous)
Select the printer, and check that [OKI
C931(PS)] is displayed in [Print Using].
‰‰Installing the printer drivers on the
computer
Before use
1
Check that the device and PC are
connected, and that the power supply is
turned ON.
Reference
⿟⿟ “Connecting Using LAN Cables” (P.57)
2
Setting Up
3
11
12
Click [Add].
Printing
Check that [C931] is displayed as added
to the printer list, and close the [Print &
Scan] screen.
4
2
3
4
Basic Device Operations
5
Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into the
computer.
Double-click the OKI icon on the
desktop.
Double-click [Driver]> [Installer for OS
X10.5-10.10.pkg].
Enter the Mac OS X administrator
password, and click [Install software].
Appendix
Note
⿟⿟ If [OKI C931(PS)] is not displayed correctly in
[Kind], click [-] to delete the device from [Printers],
and repeat Steps 7 to 10 again.
13
Remove the "Software DVD-ROM" from
the computer.
Finish the installation by following the
instructions displayed on the screen.
Index
6
7
8
- 72 -
Select [System Preferences] from the
Apple menu.
Click [Print & Scan].
Click [+], and select [Add printer or
scanner].
Connecting the PC
9
11
Click [Default].
Click [Configure] in the next screen.
If the optional expansion tray unit has
been mounted to the device, you can
change the number of trays.
Before use
If an optional built-in HDD has been
mounted, enable the [Hard Disk] check
box.
1
2
Setting Up
10
Select the printer displayed as
[Bonjour] in [Kind], and check that [OKI
C931(PS)] is displayed in [Use].
Printing
The name of the printer will be
displayed in the format "OKI-C931-(last
6 digits of MAC address)".
3
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
- 73 -
Connecting the PC
1
12
Check that [OKI-C931-(last 6 digits of
MAC address)] is displayed as added to
the printer list, and close the "Print &
Scan" screen.
USB Connections
To connect Mac OS X and the device via USB,
install the printer drivers on the computer, and
then set the device as a USB printer.
Before use
„„Setup Flow
Turning ON the power supply
2
Turning ON the PC power supply
Setting Up
Installing the printer drivers
Adding devices to the PC
3
Printing
4
Note
⿟⿟ If [OKI C931(PS)] is not displayed correctly in
[Kind], click [-] to delete the device from [Printer],
and then repeat Steps 8 to 11 again.
13
Remove the "Software DVD-ROM" from
the PC.
Note
⿟⿟ Upgrading Mac OS X or the printer driver versions may
cause differences from the description in the manual.
⿟⿟ Disable all anti-virus software before starting the setup.
Basic Device Operations
1
Check that the device and PC are
connected, and that the power supply is
turned ON.
Reference
⿟⿟ “Connecting Using USB Cables” (P.58)
Appendix
2
3
4
Index
- 74 -
Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into the
computer.
Double-click the OKI icon on the
desktop.
Double-click [Driver] > [Installer for OS
X10.5-10.10.pkg].
Connecting the PC
5
Enter the Mac OS X administrator
password, and click [Install software].
10
Click [Configure] in the next screen.
If the optional expansion tray unit has
been mounted to the device, you can
change the number of trays.
Finish the installation by following the
instructions displayed on the screen.
2
Select [System Preferences] from the
Apple menu.
Setting Up
Click [Print & Scan].
3
Click [+].
Select the printer displayed as [USB] in
[Kind].
Printing
6
7
8
9
Before use
If an optional built-in HDD has been
mounted, enable the [Hard Disk] check
box.
1
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Check that [OKI DATA CORP C931] is
displayed in the "Add" screen, and click
[Add].
11
Check that [OKI DATA CORP C931] is
displayed as added to the printer list,
and close the "Print & Scan" screen.
Index
- 75 -
Connecting the PC
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
12
Adding Options
Remove the "Software DVD-ROM" from
the PC.
Reference
⿟⿟ For how to print from the PC, see “Printing from Trays”
(P.89).
If Setup Fails
If setup fails using either a network or USB
connection, see the enclosed "Troubleshooting/
Daily Maintenance Manual".
This manual explains the possible causes of the
setup trouble and the countermeasures.
Use the following procedure to set the printer
drivers if an optional expansion unit or built-in
HDD have been mounted to the device.
„„Windows PS Printer Drivers
1
2
3
Click [Start], and select [Devices and
Printers].
Right-click the OKI C931 icon, and
select [Printer properties]. ([OKI
C931(PS)] if installing multiple printer
drivers.)
Select the [Device Settings] tab.
‰‰Adding an Expansion Tray Unit
4
If using a network connection, click
[Get installed options automatically] in
[Installable Options].
Basic Device Operations
If using a USB connection, enter the
number of trays minus the multipurpose tray in [Available Trays].
For example, if three expansion trays
are mounted, the usable trays are trays
1/2/3/4, so enter "4".
Appendix
Index
- 76 -
Connecting the PC
‰‰Adding the Built-in HDD
4
If using a network connection, click
[Get installed options automatically] in
[Installable Options].
1
2
Right-click the OKI C931 icon, and
select [Printer properties]. ([OKI
C931(PCL6)] if installing multiple
printer drivers.)
Select the [Device Options] tab.
‰‰Adding an Expansion Tray Unit
4
If using a USB connection, enter the
number of trays minus the multipurpose tray in [Installed Paper Trays].
For example, if three expansion trays
are mounted, the usable trays are trays
1/2/3/4, so enter "4".
Click [OK].
2
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
5
If using a network connection, click [Get
Printer Settings].
1
Setting Up
3
Click [Start], and select [Devices and
Printers].
Before use
If using a USB connection, select
[Installed] in [Hard Disk].
„„Windows PCL Printer Drivers
Appendix
Index
- 77 -
Connecting the PC
„„Windows XPS Printer Drivers
‰‰Adding the Built-in HDD
1
4
If using a network connection, click [Get
Printer Settings].
Before use
If using a USB connection, enable the
[Printer Hard Disk] check box.
1
2
3
2
Right-click the OKI C931 icon, and
select [Printer properties]. ([OKI
C931(XPS)] if installing multiple
printers.)
Select the [Device Options] tab.
Setting Up
‰‰Adding an Expansion Tray Unit
4
3
Printing
4
Click [Start], and select [Devices and
Printers].
If using a network connection, click [Get
Printer Settings].
If using a USB connection, enter the
number of trays minus the multipurpose tray in [Installed Paper Trays].
For example, if three expansion trays
are mounted, the usable trays are trays
1/2/3/4, so enter "4".
Basic Device Operations
5
Click [OK].
Appendix
Index
- 78 -
Connecting the PC
„„Mac OS X PS Printer Drivers
‰‰Adding the Built-in HDD
4
If using a network connection, click [Get
Printer Settings].
⿟⿟ This section describes the operations procedures for
Mac OS X 10.8 unless otherwise specified. Screens and
operations procedures may differ depending on the
version.
Select [System Preferences] from the
Apple menu.
Click [Print & Scan].
Select the printer, and click [Options
and Supplies].
Select the [Driver] tab.
2
Setting Up
1
2
3
4
1
Before use
If using a USB connection, enable the
[Printer Hard Disk] check box.
Note
3
‰‰Adding an Expansion Tray Unit
Click [OK].
4
Basic Device Operations
5
Select the correct value for [Available
Trays], and click [OK].
Printing
5
5
Appendix
‰‰Adding the Built-in HDD
Enable the [Hard Disk] check box, and
click [OK].
Index
6
- 79 -
Click [OK].
Connecting the PC
„„Memo
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
- 80 -
Paper
3. Printing
This chapter explains the methods from setting the paper in the device to actual printing.
1
Before Use
Paper
zz
Usable Paper Types
2
If using a (paper) medium that is curled or wrinkled before printing, print quality and paper traveling
performance cannot be assured.
Setting Up
For high-quality printing it is necessary to use paper that satisfies conditions regarding quality,
thickness, paper finish, etc. If printing on paper not recommended by OKI, thoroughly test the print
quality and paper traveling performance, etc., and check that there are no impediments before use.
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
- 81 -
Paper
„„Paper Types, Size, and Thickness
Note
1
zz Paper sources and output are restricted by paper type, size, and thickness.
Before Use
Type
Plain paper
2
Size unit: mm (inches)
Setting Up
A3Nobi
328×453
A3Wide
320×450
A3
297×420
A4 Wide
225×320
A4
210×297
A5
148×210
A6
105×148
B4
257×364
B5
182×257
B6
B6 Half
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Hagaki
GSM paper weight 52-360g/m2 (ream
weight 45-309kg)
Paper under GSM paper weight 52 to
64g/m2 (ream weight less than 45 to
55kg) and GSM paper weight 320 to
360g/m2 (ream weight 275 to 309m2)
paper cannot be used for Duplex.
Note
zz If the paper size settings satisfy the
following conditions, print speed will be
slowed.
Paper size: A6, A5; paper width 216mm
(letter width) max.
128×182
*1
Thickness
64×182
Letter
215.9×279.4 (8.5×11)
Legal (13 inch)
215.9×330.2 (8.5×13)
Legal (13.5 inch)
215.9×342.9 (8.5×13.5)
Legal (14 inch)
215.9×355.6 (8.5×14)
Executive
184.2×266.7 (7.25×10.5)
Tabloid Extra
304.8×457.2 (12×18)
Tabloid
279.4×431.8 (11×17)
Statement
139.7×215.9 (5.5×8.5)
13×18 inch
330.2×457.2
16K (184×260mm)
184×260
16K (195×270mm)
195×270
16K (197×273mm)
197×273
8K (260×368mm)
260×368
8K (270×390mm)
270×390
8K (273×394mm)
273×394
Custom*2
Width 64 to 330
Length 89 to 1321
GSM paper weight 52-360g/m2 (ream
weight 45-309kg)
Hagaki
100×148
Oufuku Hagaki
148×200
Japanese Postcard
These can be used for Duplex.
4-Ren Hagaki
200×296
*1: B6 half size cannot be used for Duplex.
Index
*2: Paper with widths from 99.0mm to 330.0mm and lengths from 147 to 483.0mm can be used for Duplex.
- 82 -
Paper
Type
Envelopes
*
Thickness
Using GSM weight 85g/m2 paper
Younaga #3
120×235
Kakugata #6
162×229
Nagagata #3
120×235
Nagagata #4
90×205
Nagagata #40
90×225
Yougata #0
120×235
Yougata #2
114×162
Yougata #4
105×235
Kakugata #6
162×229
Kakugata #2
240×332
Kakugata #3
216×277
Younaga #3
120×235
Kakugata #8
119×197
Com-6 3/4
92.1×165.1 (3.625×6.5)
Com-9
98.4×226.1 (3.875×8.875)
Com-10
104.8×241.3 (4.125×9.5)
Monarch
98.4×190.5 (3.875×7.5)
A2 Envelope
111.1×146.1 (4.375×5.75)
A6 Envelope
120.7×165.1 (4.75×6.5)
A7 Envelope
133.4×184.2 (5.25×7.25)
DL
110×220 (4.33×8.66)
C5
162×229 (6.4×9)
C4
229×324 (9×12.8)
1
Before Use
2
Setting Up
4
0.1 to 0.2mm
Letter
Glossy
A4
210×297
A3
297×420
A3Nobi
328×453
3
Equivalent to plain paper.
GSM paper weight 52-360g/m2 (ream
weight 45-309kg)
Color paper
Equivalent to plain paper.
GSM paper weight 52-360g/m2 (ream
weight 45-309kg)
Transparency
A4
0.1 to 0.125mm
Appendix
Partially
printed paper
Basic Device Operations
A4
24LB paper is used, with flaps firmly
creased
Printing
Labels
Size unit: mm (inches)
Letter
Index Card*
Index Card
76.2×127 (3×5)
- 83 -
Index
*: Duplex printing is not possible on envelopes, labels, transparencies, and index cards.
Paper
„„Setting the Paper Weight
Set the paper weight according to the ream weight of the paper to be used.
1
Before Use
2
This step is not required for Media Weight (Auto), but in case of paper jam or decrease in printing
quality, manual setting is recommended.
Ultra Light
Media Weight
Light
Setting Up
Medium Light
Medium
3
Medium Heavy
Printing
Heavy
Ultra Heavy1
4
Basic Device Operations
Ultra Heavy2
Ultra Heavy3
Ultra Heavy4
Ultra Heavy5
Ream weight
Appendix
14lb Media Weight < 17lb
52g/m2 Media Weight < 64g/m2
45kg Media Weight < 55kg
17lb Media Weight 18lb
64g/m2 Media Weight 68g/m2
55kg Media Weight 59kg
18lb < Media Weight 22lb
68g/m2 < Media Weight 83g/m2
59kg < Media Weight 71kg
22lb < Media Weight < 28lb
83g/m2 < Media Weight < 105g/m2
71kg < Media Weight < 90kg
28lb Media Weight 32lb
105g/m2 Media Weight 120g/m2
90kg Media Weight 103kg
32lb < Media Weight 34lb
120g/m2 < Media Weight 128g/m2
103kg < Media Weight 110kg
34lb < Media Weight 50lb
128g/m2 < Media Weight 188g/m2
110kg < Media Weight 162kg
50lb < Media Weight 57lb
188g/m2 < Media Weight 216g/m2
162kg < Media Weight 186kg
57lb < Media Weight 68lb
216g/m2 < Media Weight 256g/m2
186kg < Media Weight 220kg
68lb < Media Weight 85lb
256g/m2 < Media Weight 320g/m2
220kg < Media Weight 275kg
85lb < Media Weight 96lb
320g/m2 < Media Weight 360g/m2
275kg < Media Weight 310kg
*: Manual paper weight setting is recommended when using media of Ultra Light or Ultra Heavy5.
Index
- 84 -
Paper
Paper Feed and Output Methods Selectable for Each
Paper type
1
O: Usable
Settable tray
Type
Multi-purpose
Tray 1
tray
GSM 64 to 320 g/m2
Trays
2 to 5 Face-up Face-down
(Optional)
O
O
O
O
O
3
O
O
O
O
O
4
X
X
O
X
A3Nobi, A3Wide, A3,
A4, A5, A6, B4, B5,
B6, B6 Half, Letter,
Legal13, Legal13.5,
Legal14, Executive
GSM 52 to 320 g/m2
O
O
O
O
O
Tabloid Extra,
Tabloid, Statement,
16K (184x260mm),
16K (195x270mm),
16K (197x273mm),
8K (260x368mm),
8K (270x390mm),
8K (273x394mm),
13"×18"*1
GSM larger than 320
up to 360g/m2 max.
O
X
X
O
X
Custom
GSM 52 to 320 g/m2
(Width 90 to 330mm,
length 147 to 457mm)
O
O
O
O
O
Custom (Width 64mm GSM 52 to 320 g/m2
min., less than 90mm;
length greater than
457mm to 1321mm
max.)
O
X
X
O
X
Custom
(Width 64 to 330mm,
length 89 to 1321mm)
O
X
X
O
X
Index
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Appendix
O
Basic Device Operations
Custom (Width 64mm GSM 64 to 320 g/m2
min., less than 90mm;
length greater than
457mm to 483mm
max.)
GSM larger than 320
up to 360g/m2 max.
2
Printing
A3Nobi, A3Wide, A3, GSM 64 to 320 g/m2
A4Wide, A4, A5, A6,
B4, B5, B6, Letter,
Legal13, Legal13.5,
Legal14, Executive,
Tabloid Extra, Tabloid,
16K (184x260mm),
16K (195x270mm),
16K (197x273mm),
8K (260x368mm),
8K (270x390mm),
8K (273x394mm),
13"×18"
Custom (Width 99 to
330mm, length 147
to 457mm)
Plain paper
(With
1-sided
printing)
Thickness
Setting Up
Plain paper
(With
Duplex)
Size
Output bin
Before Use
X: Not usable
Paper
Settable tray
1
Type
Size
Thickness
Before Use
Postcard*2
Hagaki, Oufuku
Hagaki
4-Ren Hagaki*1
Envelope*2
Nagagata #3,
Nagagata #4,
Nagagata #40,
Yougata #0, Yougata
#2 (C6), Yougata
#4, Kakugata #2,
Kakugata #3,
Kakugata #6*1,
Kakugata #8, Younaga
#3*1
Using GSM weight
85g/m2 paper
Com-6 3/4, Com-9,
Com-10, Monarch,
A2 Envelope, A6
Envelope, A7
Envelope, DL, C5, C4
Uses 24Lb paper
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
Labels*2
A4, Letter
Glossy*2
A4, A3, A3Nobi
-
4
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
X
O
X
X
O
X
Basic Device Operations
-
O
O
X
O
X
GSM 128g/m2 (ream
paper 110kg)
GSM 127g/m2 (ream
paper 110kg)
GSM 157g/m2 (ream
paper 136kg)
O
O
O
O
O
-
O
O
X
O
X
O
X
X
O
X
Transparency*2 A4, Letter
Index cards
Output bin
Trays
Multi-purpose
Tray 1
2 to 5 Face-up Face-down
tray
(Optional)
76.2mm×127mm
(3"×5")
*1: Use the printer control panel to set the paper size of the tray used to [Custom], and set [X Dimension] and [Y Dimension] to
the values shown in the table below. Use the printer drivers to select the values from the table below.
Paper Size
Device Setup
Appendix
Setting the printer
Paper width (mm) Paper length (mm) driver [Paper size]
13"×18"
330
457
13×18in
4-Ren Hagaki
200
296
4-Ren Hagaki
Kakugata #6
162
229
Kakugata #6
Younaga #3
120
235
Younaga #3
*2: Print speed is slower for postcards, envelopes, labels, glossy paper, and transparencies.
Note
Index
zz If setting paper in the tray horizontally (
), print speed will be slower than if set vertically (
).
zz Printing will be slower if the paper size set is A6 or A5 size, or has a smaller width than 216mm.
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Paper
(Landscape) and
(Portrait) Icons
icon describes placing the paper horizontally
as viewed from the front of the printer. (Paper is
fed vertically.)
1
Before Use
icon describes placing the paper vertically as
viewed from the front of the printer. (Paper is fed
horizontally.)
2
Trays
Setting Up
Paper Feed Orientation
3
Paper Feed Orientation
Printing
Trays
4
Paper Feed
Orientation
Paper of the following sizes can be set either
horizontally or vertically.
zz The three types of A4, A5, B5, and Letter 16K,
and A4 wide
Appendix
Multi-Purpose Tray
Multi-Purpose Tray
Basic Device Operations
Paper Feed
Orientation
Index
- 87 -
Printing from Trays
Printing from Trays
zz
1
Before Use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
With the exception of some paper sizes, the printer automatically detects the size of paper set in trays
1 to 5*. Further, only the width of the paper size is automatically detected.
*: Trays 2 to 5 are optional.
Memo
zz The printer does not automatically detect the following paper sizes.
- A3NOBI, tabloid extra, A3WIDE, 13×18"
-A5, A6
-postcards, Japanese double postcards
-legal13.5, legal14
-custom
If the printer does not detect automatically, use the control panel to set the paper size. For details, see “Setting Paper Using
the Control Panel” (P.93).
zz Set 13x18" as custom size.
Setting Paper in Trays 1 to 5
This section explains how to set paper in tray 1
or trays 2/3/4/5.
2
Slide the paper guide ( ) and paper
stopper ( ) to align to the size of the
paper that has been set.
Memo
zz In this section, setting paper in tray 1 is used as an
example. Set trays 2 to 5 using the same procedure.
Basic Device Operations
1
Pull out the tray 1 paper cassette (
).
Appendix
3
Index
- 88 -
Thoroughly sort the paper. Carefully
align the ends of the paper horizontally.
Printing from Trays
4
Printing from Trays
Set the paper with the print surface
face-down.
This section explains how to print using "Tray 1"
or "Auto" from the following printer drivers.
zz Windows PS printer driver
zz Windows PCL printer driver (P.90)
zz Windows XPS printer driver (P.91)
2
Setting Up
zz Mac OS X printer driver (P.92)
Further, this explanation uses "WordPad" for
Windows as the application used. For Mac OS X,
the example uses "TextEdit".
1
Before Use
Open the file to be printed on the PC, and
select [Paper Size], [Paper Source], and [Media
Weight] to print via the paper driver.
Note
zz Do not exceed the " " symbol (
guide when setting the paper.
) on the paper
Reference
zz For how to install the printer drivers, see “Connecting the
PC” (P.55).
Memo
zz Select [Auto] in [Paper Source] to automatically select the
tray holding the designated paper.
Memo
zz Set so there is no gap between the paper and the
paper guide or paper stopper.
Use the paper guide to secure the
paper.
Return the paper cassette to the tray.
Open the file to be printed using
WordPad.
Click [Page Setup] in the [File] menu.
Select the paper size and print
orientation, and click [OK].
Click [Print] in the [File] menu.
Appendix
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
4
Basic Device Operations
„„Using Windows PS Printer Drivers
Printing
zz For how to print from the multi-purpose tray, see “Printing
from the Multi-Purpose Tray” (P.93).
3
Click [Advanced] (or [Preferences]).
Index
- 89 -
Printing from Trays
1
6
„„Using Windows PCL Printer
Drivers
Use [Paper Source] in the [Paper/
Quality] tab to select the tray to be
used, and click [Advanced].
Before Use
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
7
Open the file to be printed using
WordPad.
Click [Page Setup] in the [File] menu.
Select the paper size and print
orientation, and click [OK].
Click [Print] in the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select [Tray 1] in [Source] in the
[Setup] tab.
Select a suitable value from [Media
Weight] in the "Advanced Options"
screen, and then click [OK].
4
Basic Device Operations
7
Select a suitable value in [Weight], and
click [OK].
Appendix
Memo
Index
zz Normally, select [Printer Setting]. Select [Printer
Setting] to use the values set using the printer
control panel.
zz If outputting to the face-up stacker, open the printer
face-up stacker, and select [Stacker (Face-Up)] in
[Output Bin].
8
9
Click [OK] in the "Printing preferences"
screen.
Click [Print] in the "Print" screen to
print.
Memo
zz Normally, select [Printer Setting]. Select [Printer
Setting] to use the values set using the printer
control panel.
8
- 90 -
Click [Print] in the "Print" screen to
print.
Printing from Trays
„„Using Windows XPS Printer Drivers
Open the file to be printed using
WordPad.
Select [Weight], and click [OK].
1
Click [Page setup] in the [File] menu.
Before Use
Select the paper size and print
orientation, and click [OK].
2
Click [Print] in the [File] menu.
Setting Up
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Click [Preferences].
Select [Type] in the [Setup] tab.
3
Printing
Memo
8
Click [Print] in the "Print" screen to
print.
4
Basic Device Operations
zz Normally, select [Printer Setting]. Select [Printer
Setting] to use the values set using the printer
control panel.
Appendix
Index
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Printing from Trays
„„Using Mac OS X Printer Drivers
1
Before Use
1
2
3
2
Open the file to be printed using
TextEdit.
8
Chick the [Feed] tab in the printer
setup panel, and select [Media Type]
and [Media Weight].
Click [Page Setup] in the [File] menu.
Select the paper size and print
orientation using the page setup dialog
box, and click [OK].
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
Memo
Basic Device Operations
4
5
6
Select [Print] in the [File] menu.
Select [Paper Feed] in the print dialog
box.
zz Normally, select [Printer Setting]. Select [Printer
Setting] to use the values set using the printer
control panel.
9
Check that [Auto Select] has been
selected.
Appendix
7
Select [Print Options] using the print
dialog box.
Index
- 92 -
Click [Print] to print.
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
zz
5
Select [Media Type], and press the [OK]
button.
Setting Paper Using the Control
Panel
2
The numerical values input screen will
be displayed.
6
Press the scroll buttons
to select
the type of paper that has been set,
and click the [OK] button.
Press [9], [0], and click the [OK]
button.
3
Printing
2
Press the [Fn] key.
Setting Up
If the paper size is "Envelope" or "Custom Size",
use the control panel to set the paper size.
1
1
Before Use
Setting Paper in the MultiPurpose Tray
4
Press the [BACK] button to return to
the previous screen.
8
Select [Media Weight], and press the
[OK] button.
Press the scroll buttons
to select
the size of the paper that has been set,
and press the [OK] button.
Basic Device Operations
3
7
Appendix
Index
4
Press the [BACK] button to return to
the previous screen.
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Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
1
9
Press the scroll buttons
to select
the size of the paper that has been set,
and press the [OK] button.
Setting Paper
The multi-purpose tray prints to the face-up side
of the paper that has been set.
Note
Before Use
zz Do not collate and set paper of different sizes, types, and
thicknesses at the same time.
Memo
zz If setting custom size paper, it is necessary to register the
size. For details, see "Advanced".
2
Setting Up
10
Press the [BACK] button several times
to return to the standby screen.
1
Open the multi-purpose tray (
towards you.
)
Open the auxiliary supporter (
).
3
Printing
Memo
4
zz Press the [CANCEL] button to return to the standby
screen.
Basic Device Operations
2
Appendix
Index
3
- 94 -
Pull the setting lever ( ) on the right of
the paper supporter ( ) towards you.
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
4
Adjust the paper guide ( ) to the width
of the paper that has been set.
7
Adjust the paper guide to fit the width
of the paper that has been set.
1
Before Use
2
Place the print side face-up, and set the
paper.
Release and return the setting lever (
to its original position.
)
3
Printing
6
8
Setting Up
5
Thoroughly sort the paper. Carefully
align the ends of the paper horizontally.
4
zz When adding paper, remove the paper in the multipurpose tray, and align the additional paper top, bottom,
left, and right before setting.
Basic Device Operations
Note
zz Do not take out or add paper while printing.
Note
zz Do not set the paper beyond the MP paper guide (
).
Appendix
zz Do not place anything other than the paper to be printed
on the multi-purpose tray, apply pressure from above, or
apply unnecessary force.
zz The paper supporter will automatically lift up when the
paper is set in place. If the paper supporter gets in your
way of setting paper in the tray, place paper after opening
the toner replacement cover, and then close the cover
when it is set in place.
Index
- 95 -
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
1
Before Use
2
Printing from the MultiPurpose Tray
Print to the paper set in the multi-purpose tray.
The main operating procedures are described
below.
1
Set the paper (
tray ( ).
) in the multi-purpose
Setting Up
3
„„Using Windows PS Printer Drivers
1
2
3
4
5
6
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
2
3
Open the file to be printed.
Specify the [Multi-Purpose Tray] using
the printer drivers to print.
This section explains how to print using the
multi-purpose tray from the printer drivers.
zz Windows PS printer driver
zz Windows PCL printer driver (P.98)
Appendix
zz Windows XPS printer driver (P.99)
zz Mac OS X printer driver (P.100)
Further, this explanation uses "WordPad" for
Windows as the application used. For Mac OS X,
the example uses "TextEdit".
Reference
Index
zz For how to install the printer drivers, see “Connecting the
PC” (P.55).
- 96 -
Open the file to be printed using
WordPad.
Click [Page Setup] in the [File] menu.
Select the paper size and print
orientation, and click [OK].
Click [Print] in the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Advanced] in the [Layout] tab.
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
7
Select [Paper Size] from [Paper/Output]
in the "Advanced Options" tab.
9
Select a suitable value from [Media
Weight] in the "Advanced Options"
screen, and then click [OK].
1
Before Use
2
Setting Up
Memo
zz Normally, select [Auto]. Select [Auto] to use the
value set using the printer control panel.
zz To print pages individually, set [Multipurpose tray is
handled as manual feed] to [Yes].
Click [OK] in the "Printing Preferences"
screen.
Click [Print] in the "Print" screen to
print.
4
Basic Device Operations
10
11
Printing
8
3
Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] in [Paper
Source] in the [Paper/Quality] tab, and
click [Advanced].
Appendix
Index
- 97 -
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
„„Using Windows PCL Printer Drivers
1
Before Use
2
Setting Up
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
Open the file to be printed using
WordPad.
8
Click [Paper Feed Options].
Click [Page Setup] in the [File] menu.
Select the paper size and print
orientation, and click [OK].
Click [Print] in the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Memo
zz To print pages individually, enable [Use MP tray as
manual feed] in [Multi Purpose Tray Settings], and
click [OK].
Select [Size] in the [Setup] tab.
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
7
Select [Multipurpose Tray] in [Source].
9
Select a suitable value in [Weight], and
click [OK].
Appendix
Memo
Index
zz Normally, select [Printer Setting]. Select [Printer
Setting] to use the values set using the printer
control panel.
10
- 98 -
Click [Print] in the "Print" screen to
print.
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
„„Using Windows XPS Printer Drivers
Open the file to be printed using
WordPad.
Click [Paper Feed Options].
1
Click [Page Setup] in the [File] menu.
Before Use
Select the paper size and print
orientation, and click [OK].
2
Click [Print] in the [File] menu.
Setting Up
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Click [Preferences].
Select [Multipurpose Tray] in [Source]
in the [Setup] tab.
3
Memo
Printing
zz To print pages individually, enable [Use MP tray as manual
feed] in [Multipurpose Tray Settings], and click [OK].
4
Basic Device Operations
8
Select a suitable value in [Weight], and
click [OK].
Appendix
Index
Memo
zz Normally, select [Printer Setting]. Select [Printer Setting]
to use the values set using the printer control panel.
9
- 99 -
Click [Print] in the "Print" screen to print.
Printing from the Multi-Purpose Tray
7
„„Using Mac OS X Printer Drivers
1
Before Use
1
2
3
2
Open the file to be printed using
TextEdit.
Select [Print Options] using the print
dialog box.
Click [Page Setup] in the [File] menu.
Select the paper size and print
orientation using the page setup dialog
box, and click [OK].
Setting Up
8
3
Printing
4
4
5
Chick the [Feed] tab in the printer
setup panel, and select [Media Type]
and [Media Weight].
Select [Print] in the [File] menu.
Select [Paper Feed] in the print dialog
box.
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
6
Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] in [All Pages
From].
9
Index
Memo
zz Normally, select [Auto]. Select [Auto] to use the
value set using the printer control panel.
- 100 -
Click [Print] to print.
Outputting Paper
Outputting Paper
zz
The printer outputs the paper either to the face-down stacker or the face-up stacker.
2
The face-down stacker can accumulate approx. 620 sheets of GMS 64g/m paper.
Using the Face-Down
Stacker (Print Face Is Down)
„„Using Windows PCL Printer Drivers
To output from the face-down stacker, specify
the face-down stacker in "Output Bin" using the
printer drivers.
Open the file to be printed.
Click [Preferences] in the "Print" screen.
Select [Stacker (Face Down)] in [Output
Bin] in the [Job Options] tab, and click
[OK].
3
„„Using Windows PS Printer Drivers
Open the file to be printed.
Printing
Click [Preferences] in the "Print" screen.
Select [Stacker (Face-down)] in [Output
Bin] in the [Job Options] tab, and click
[OK].
4
4
Implement printing.
Basic Device Operations
1
2
3
2
Setting Up
The paper is output with the print side facedown. Papers are stacked in the order in which
they are printed.
1
2
3
Before Use
The face-up stacker can accumulate approx. 300 sheets of GMS 64g/m2 paper.
1
Appendix
Index
4
Implement printing.
- 101 -
Outputting Paper
„„Using Windows XPS Printer Drivers
1
Before Use
1
2
3
Memo
Open the file to be printed.
zz This section uses "TextEdit" as an example.
Click [Preferences] in the "Print" screen.
Select [Printer (Face Down)] in [Output
Bin] in the [Job Options] tab, and click
[OK].
2
„„Using Mac OS X Printer Drivers
Setting Up
1
2
3
4
Open the file to be printed.
Select [Print] in the [File] menu.
Select [Print Options] using the print
dialog box.
Select [Stacker (Face-down)] in [Output
Bin] in the [Paper] tab.
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
4
Implement printing.
5
6
Appendix
Index
- 102 -
Click [Print] to print.
The printed paper will be output to the
face-down stacker (output tray) ( ).
Outputting Paper
4
Using the Face-Up Stacker
(Print Face Is Up)
) on the
Click [Advanced] in the "Print" screen.
„„Using Windows PS Printer Drivers
6
Select [Stacker (Face-up)] in [Output
Bin] in [Job Options], and click [OK].
1
2
Setting Up
1
Open the face-up stacker (
left of the printer.
5
Customers using Mac OSX go to “Using
Mac OS X Printer Drivers” Step 5.
Before Use
The paper is output with the print side faceup. Paper is stacked in the reverse order from
printing.
To output from the face-up stacker, specify the
face-up stacker in "Output Bin" using the printer
drivers.
Open the file to be printed.
3
Printing
4
) as
7
Implement printing.
„„Using Windows PCL Printer Drivers
Rotate the auxiliary supporter ( ) in
the direction of the arrow until its lock
position.
Index
3
Select [Stacker (Face Up)] in [Output
Bin] in [Job Options], and click [OK].
Appendix
6
Basic Device Operations
2
Open the paper supporter (
shown in the diagram.
7
- 103 -
Implement printing.
Outputting Paper
„„Using Windows XPS Printer Drivers
1
6
Select [Printer (Face Up)] in [Output
Bin] in [Job Options], and click [OK].
Before Use
2
„„Using Mac OS X Printer Drivers
Memo
zz This section uses "TextEdit" as an example.
Setting Up
5
6
7
Select [Print] in the [File] menu.
Select [Print Options] using the print
dialog box.
Select [Stacker (Face-up)] in [Output
Bin] in the [Paper] tab.
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
7
Implement printing.
8
Appendix
Index
- 104 -
Click [Print] to print.
Printed paper is output to the face-up
stacker ( ).
Setting Power Save Mode
4. Basic Device Operations
You can set the printer to enter power save mode from the standby screen. Further, you can also set
the printer to enter sleep mode from power save mode.
2
The device can be set to enter power save mode
from standby mode when no printing or data has
been received after a fixed period of time.
3
Memo
zz In the default factory settings, the administrator
password is [aaaaaa].
or
.
4
4
Select [Power Setup], and press the
[OK] button.
5
Select [Power Save], and press the [OK]
button.
Appendix
Select [Admin Setup], and press the
[OK] button.
Basic Device Operations
2
Press the scroll button
3
Printing
The default factory setting is to enable power
save, so implementing this procedure is
unnecessary.
1
Enter the administrator password, and
press the [OK] button.
Setting Up
Setting Power Save Mode
zz
Setting Power Save Mode
Before use
This chapter explains how to set power save mode, which reduces device power consumption, how
to check print quantities, the service life of consumables, remaining maintenance unit quantities and
service life, and how to cancel printing.
1
Index
- 105 -
Setting Power Save Mode
1
6
Setting the time before the
printer enters power save mode
Select [Enable], and press the [OK]
button.
Before use
You can set the time until power save mode is
entered.
2
The default factory setting is "1 min."
Lengthening the time until power save mode
is entered may shorten the time until printing
starts.
Setting Up
7
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
3
1
Press the [Fn] key.
The numerical values input screen will
be displayed.
Enter [2], [0], [0], and press the [OK]
button.
3
Select the time to be set, and press the
[OK] button.
Printing
2
4
Basic Device Operations
Memo
zz Other items can also continue to be set before
pressing the [ON LINE] button.
Appendix
Index
- 106 -
Setting Power Save Mode
4
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
Setting sleep mode
The device can be set to enter sleep mode from
power save mode when no printing or data has
been received after a fixed period of time.
1
Press the scroll button
or
Before use
The default factory setting is to enable sleep, so
implementing this procedure is unnecessary.
1
.
2
Setting Up
3
Memo
2
Select [Admin Setup], and press the
[OK] button.
Printing
zz The settable times are described below.
1 min., 2 mins., 3 mins., 4 mins., 5 mins., 10 mins.,
15 mins., 30 mins., 60 mins.
4
Enter the administrator password, and
press the [OK] button.
Basic Device Operations
3
Memo
Appendix
zz In the default factory settings, the administrator
password is [aaaaaa].
Index
4
- 107 -
Select [Power Setup], and press the
[OK] button.
Setting Power Save Mode
1
5
Setting the time before the
printer enters sleep mode
Select [Sleep], and press the [OK]
button.
You can set the time until sleep mode is entered.
Before use
The default factory setting is "15 mins."
2
Lengthening the time until sleep mode is entered
may shorten the time until printing starts.
1
Setting Up
6
Select [Enable], and press the [OK]
button.
7
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
Press the [Fn] key.
The numerical values input screen will
be displayed.
2
Enter [2], [0], [1], and press the [OK]
button.
3
Select the time to be set, and press the
[OK] button.
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
Memo
zz Other items can also continue to be set before
pressing the [ON LINE] button.
- 108 -
Setting Power Save Mode
4
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Memo
Printing
zz The settable times until sleep mode is entered are
described below.
1 min., 2 mins., 3 mins., 4 mins., 5 mins., 10 mins.,
15 mins., 30 mins., 60 mins.
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
- 109 -
Setting Power Save Mode
Restrictions in sleep mode
1
Before use
2
This section explains the restrictions when the device is in sleep mode.
When the device is displaying an error, entering sleep mode may be disabled.
Printer driver utility restrictions
When the device enters sleep mode, the printer driver and utility functions are restricted as described
below.
OS
Setting Up
Windows
Mac OS X
3
Printing
4
Software name
Restrictions in sleep mode
Configuration Tool
Network settings for the Network Setting plug-in are disabled.
Network Extension
Cannot connect to device.
Driver installer
When connected to a network, the device options information cannot be
acquired while installing the printer drivers.
NIC Setup Tool
Printer searches and settings are disabled.
Printer drivers
Printing is disabled when connected using EtherTalk. Connect to the
device using either Bonjour (Rendezvous) protocols or LPD protocols
(TCP/IP).
For advanced setup methods, see either “Using Bonjour (Rendezvous)”
(P.72) or “Adding Printers Using LPD (TCP/IP) Protocols” (P.117).
When the device enters sleep mode, press the [POWER SAVE] button on the control panel to check that
"Printing enabled" is displayed on the liquid crystal panel.
When "Printing enabled" is displayed, the restrictions described above do not apply.
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
- 110 -
Setting Power Save Mode
Network function restrictions
In sleep mode, the following restrictions apply to
the network functions.
While in sleep mode, the following protocols with
client functions do not operate.
zz E-mail alert
*1
1
In the following cases, the device cannot enter
sleep mode.
zz SNMP Trap
zz IPSec is enabled.
*1: The elapsed time while in sleep mode does not include
the intervals between periodic communications times for
e-mail alerts.
2
*2: The elapsed time while in sleep mode does not include
the intervals between WINS refresh times.
WINS is not periodically refreshed while in sleep mode,
so the names registered to the WINS server may be
deleted.
Setting Up
Before use
„„Sleep mode is disabled
„„Protocols with client functions do
not operate
zz WINS
zz A TCP connection has been established.
Example: A connection has been established
using Telnet or FTP, etc.
After the period for entry to power save mode
has elapsed in energy save mode, the printer will
enter sleep mode when the connection is cut.
zz E-mail receiving is enabled.
*2
zz To enable sleep mode, disable IPSec/E-mail.
„„Unable to print
While in sleep mode, printing using the following
protocols is disabled.
zz NBT
In network environments with flows of large
packet quantities, the device may move
automatically from sleep mode to power save
mode and respond.
Subsequently, if the period for moving to
sleep mode elapses, sleep mode is entered
automatically.
4
zz WSD Print
*: For Mac OS X, printing while in sleep mode is possible if
connected using Bonjour (Rendezvous) protocols or "LPD
protocols (TCP/IP)".
For setup methods, see either “Using Bonjour
(Rendezvous)” (P.72) or “Adding Printers Using LPD
(TCP/IP) Protocols” (P.117).
Appendix
„„Unable to search/setup
Basic Device Operations
zz EtherTalk*
3
Printing
„„Moving automatically from sleep
mode to power save mode
Memo
While in sleep mode, searches and settings
using the following functions and protocols are
disabled.
zz PnP-X
zz UPnP
Index
zz LLTD
zz MIB*
*: Referencing using the parts of MIB (Get command) that
are supported is possible is sleep mode.
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Setup to Turn OFF the Power Supply Automatically
Setup to Turn OFF the Power Supply Automatically
zz
1
Before use
2
Setting auto power OFF
mode
Setting Up
5
Select [Auto Power Off], and press the
[OK] button.
6
Select [Enable] or [Auto Config], and
press the [OK] button.
In the default factory settings, auto power OFF
mode is set automatically. Set according to the
conditions for entering OFF mode.
"Enable": Enters OFF mode automatically
"Auto Config": Enters OFF mode when the set time has
elapsed. If using a network connection,
however, OFF mode is not entered even
when the set time has elapsed.
"Disable": The power supply does not turn OFF
automatically.
1
Press the scroll button
or
.
4
Basic Device Operations
Select [Power Setup], and press the
[OK] button.
The device can be set to enter OFF mode
automatically when no printing or data has been
received after a fixed period of time.
3
Printing
4
Select [Admin Setup], and press the
[OK] button.
3
Enter the administrator password, and
press the [OK] button.
Appendix
2
Index
Memo
zz In the default factory settings, the administrator
password is [aaaaaa].
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Setup to Turn OFF the Power Supply Automatically
7
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
Setting the time before the printer
enters Auto Power Off mode
You can set the time until OFF mode is entered.
1
The numerical values input screen will
be displayed.
Enter [2], [0], [2], and press the [OK]
button.
2
Setting Up
2
Press the [Fn] key.
Before use
The default factory setting is "4 hours".
1
3
Memo
Printing
zz Other items can also continue to be set before
pressing the [ON LINE] button.
Select the time to be set, and press the
[OK] button.
4
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
4
Basic Device Operations
3
Appendix
Index
Memo
zz The settable times are described below.
1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, 4 hours, 8 hours, 12 hours,
18 hours, 24 hours
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Checking print quantities
Checking print quantities
zz
1
You can check the quantity of printed paper to date.
You can also check the quantities printed (fed) from each tray.
Before use
1
Press the scroll button
or
5
.
Press the [OK] button.
2
Setting Up
3
To continue checking other items, press
the [BACK] button and return to 4.
2
Select [Configuration], and press the
[OK] button.
3
Select [Tray Count], and press the [OK]
button.
Printing
6
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
4
Select the tray to be checked.
Index
- 114 -
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
Checking Consumables, and Remaining Maintenance Unit Quantities and Service Life
Checking Consumables, and Remaining
zz
Maintenance Unit Quantities and Service Life
1
Press the scroll button
or
.
5
Press the [OK] button.
Before use
You can check the remaining quantities and service life of the toner, image drum, belt unit, fixer unit,
and waste toner box.
1
2
Setting Up
To continue checking other items, press
the [BACK] button and return to 5.
6
Press the [ON LINE] button to return to
the standby screen.
3
Printing
2
Select [Configuration], and press the
[OK] button.
4
Basic Device Operations
3
Select [Supplies Life], and press the
[OK] button.
Appendix
zz The value to the right of the toner in the remaining
consumables quantity screen changes depending on
the type of toner cartridge installed.
"10.0K" is displayed at the time of product purchase
and when a standard toner cartridge is mounted.
"24.0K" is displayed when a large-capacity toner
cartridge is mounted.
Select the consumable or maintenance
unit (image drum, belt unit, fixer unit,
or waste toner box) to be checked.
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Index
4
Memo
Canceling Printing
Canceling Printing
zz
1
Before use
To cancel data while printing or during print
preparation, press the [CANCEL] button on the
control panel.
2
Setting Up
When the [CANCEL] button is pressed, the
following screens will be displayed.
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
To cancel printing, select [Yes], and press the
[OK] button.
To continue printing, select [No], and press the
[OK] button.
If no operation is implemented within 3 mins.
while this screen is displayed, the screen display
will disappear and printing will continue.
Appendix
Index
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Adding Printers Using LPD (TCP/IP) Protocols
Adding Printers Using LPD (TCP/IP) Protocols
zz
With Mac OS X environments, you can connect printers using LPD protocols (TCP/IP).
Preparations
2
1
Open the Mac OS system environment
settings, and click the "Print & Scan"
icon to open the "Print & Scan" screen.
Download the PPD installer for Mac
OS X for the printer to be connected
from the OKI Data homepage (http://
www.okidata.co.jp/), unzip and start
the PPF installer, and then install PPD
on the relevant Mac OS. This step is
unnecessary if PPD is already installed.
3
4
2
Click the [+] button to open the "Add
printer" screen.
Basic Device Operations
Set the IP address, subnet mask, and
gateway address, etc., on the printer to
be connected. Make sure the printer is
turned ON, and connected to the TCP/
IP network environment.
2
Printing
3
Check that the IP address, subnet
mask, and router address, etc., have
been set correctly for the desired Mac
OS, and that you are connected to the
network using LPD protocols (TCP/IP).
Setting Up
1
Procedure for Adding
Printers
Before use
Apple Talk cannot be used with Mac OS X 10.6 or later, so for network connections, connect the printer
using Bonjour (Rendezvous) protocols or LPD protocols (TCP/IP).
1
Appendix
Index
- 117 -
Adding Printers Using LPD (TCP/IP) Protocols
1
3
Before use
Select the [IP] icon. The following screen
will be displayed. Enter the printer IP
address, "Queue" name, and "Name",
and then check that the printer to be
used is selected in "Use", and click the
[Add] button.
5
The "Print & Scan" screen will be
displayed, and the printer to be used
(LPD) will be added to the printer list.
Select the printer to be used (LPD) as
the "Default printer".
(1)
2
Setting Up
(2)
(3)
(4)
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
(1)
Enter the IP address allocated
to the printer in the client
environment.
(2)
(3)
Enter "Ip" as the queue name.
This way, the desired printer will be
used as the default when printing. This
completes the procedure for adding
a printer, so close the "Print & Scan"
screen.
The IP address entered in Step (1)
will be displayed. Enter any desired
name.
This explanation uses C931 (LPD)
as an example.
(4)
Appendix
The printer to be used (PS) will
be displayed automatically as the
driver.
If you cannot communicate
properly with the printer, auto
selection will not be implemented.
Note
Index
zz When the printer is in sleep mode, the drivers may
not be selected correctly. Return the printer from
sleep mode, and then enter the printer IP address
in [Address].
4
Set the printer options, and click [OK].
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Table of control panel menu items
Appendix
Numbers following the letter F in the menu items indicate the function number.
Before use
Table of control panel menu items
zz
1
Configuration
2
MPTray
Tray1
Tray2 *1
Tray3 *1
Tray4 *1
Tray5 *1
Supplies Life
Cyan Toner (n.nK)
Magenta Toner (n.nK)
Yellow Toner (n.nK)
Black Toner (n.nK)
White Toner (n.nK) *2 *4 *6
Clear Toner (n.nK) *3 *4 *7
Cyan Drum
Magenta Drum
Yellow Drum
Black Drum
White Drum *2 *4 *6
Clear Drum *3 *4 *7
Waste Toner Box
Belt
Fuser
System
Serial Number
Asset Number
Firmware Version
CU Version
PU Version
RAM
Flash Memory
HDD *5
Date and Time
Index
MPTray
Tray1
Tray2 *1
Tray3 *1
Tray4 *1
Tray5 *1
Appendix
Paper Size in Tray
4
Basic Device Operations
Printer Name
Short Printer Name
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
MAC Address
Network FW Version
Web Remote Version
IPv6 Address (Local)
IPv6 Address (Global)
3
Printing
Network
Setting Up
Tray Count
*1: Displayed when trays 2 to 5 are mounted.
*2: Displayed when using white toner in C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542.
*3: Displayed when using clear toner in C941/ES9541/Pro9541.
*4: Not displayed with C911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431.
*5: Displayed when the built-in HDD is mounted.
*6: Displayed with C942/ES9542/Pro9542.
*7: Not displayed with C942/ES9542/Pro9542.
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Table of control panel menu items
Print Information
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
Configuration
Network
Demo Page
File List
PS Font List
PCL Font List
IBM PPR Font List
EPSON FX Font List
Usage Report
Error Log
Color Profile List
User Media List *1
Test Print-1
Test Print-2
Test Print-3 *2
Test Print-4 *3
F100
F101
F102
F103
Print
Print
DEMO1
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
Print
*1: Displayed when the user media is registered.
*2: Displayed when white toner is used in C941/ES9541/Pro9541.
3
Printing
4
*3: Displayed with C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542.
Print Secure Job
*1
Encrypted Job
F1
Enter Password
Not Found
Print
Delete
Stored Job
F2
Enter Password
Not Found
Print
Delete
Basic Device Operations
*1: Displayed when the built-in HDD is mounted.
Appendix
Index
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Table of control panel menu items
Menus
Tray Configuration
MPTray Config
*1
Paper Size (Cassette Size)
X Dimension *3 (210mm/8.3")
Y Dimension *3 (297mm/11.7")
Media Type (Plain)
Media Weight (Auto)
A3Nobi Paper
Legal14 Paper (Legal14)
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (A5
)
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (A5
Other Size (B6)
Paper Size (Cassette Size)
X Dimension *3 (210mm/8.3")
Y Dimension *3 (297mm/11.7")
Media Type (Plain)
Media Weight (Auto)
A3Nobi Paper
Legal14 Paper (Legal14)
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (A5
)
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (A5
Other Size (B6)
F80
Paper Feed (Tray1)
Auto Tray Switch (On)
Tray Sequence (Down)
Unit of Measurement (mm)
Duplex Last Page (Skip Blank Page)
Continue to next page
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F94
F95
F11
F12
F13
F14
2
F15
F16
)
F17
F18
F19
F20
F21
F22
F23
3
F24
F25
F26
)
F27
F28
F29
F30
F31
F32
F33
F34
F35
F36
)
F37
F38
4
F39
F40
F41
F42
F43
F44
F45
F46
)
F47
F48
F49
F50
F51
F52
F53
F54
F55
F56
)
F57
F58
F59
Index
Paper Size (Cassette Size)
X Dimension *3 (210mm/8.3")
Y Dimension *3 (297mm/11.7")
Media Type (Plain)
Media Weight (Auto)
A3Nobi Paper
Legal14 Paper (Legal14)
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (A5
)
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (A5
Other Size (B6)
F93
Appendix
Tray5 Config
*1
Paper Size (Cassette Size)
X Dimension *3 (210mm/8.3")
Y Dimension *3 (297mm/11.7")
Media Type (Plain)
Media Weight (Auto)
A3Nobi Paper
Legal14 Paper (Legal14)
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (A5
)
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (A5
Other Size (B6)
1
Basic Device Operations
Tray4 Config
*1
F10
F92
Printing
Tray3 Config
*1
Paper Size (Cassette Size)
X Dimension *3 (210mm/8.3")
Y Dimension *3 (297mm/11.7")
Media Type (Plain)
Media Weight (Auto)
A3Nobi Paper
Legal14 Paper (Legal14)
A5LEF/A6/Hagaki Paper (A5
)
A5SEF/Oufuku Hagaki Paper (A5
Other Size (B6)
F91
Setting Up
Tray2 Config
F90
Before use
Tray1 Config
Paper Size (A4
)
X Dimension *3 (210mm/8.3")
Y Dimension *3 (297mm/11.7")
Media Type (Plain)
Media Weight (Auto)
Tray Usage (Normal Tray)
Table of control panel menu items
System Adjust
1
Before use
2
Print Adjust
Power Save Time (1 minute)
Sleep Time (15 minutes)
Auto Power Off Time (4 hours)
Clearable Warning (ONLINE)
Auto Continue (Off)
Manual Timeout (60 seconds)
Wait Timeout (40 seconds)
Low Toner (Continue)
Jam Recovery (On)
Error Report (Off)
Hex Dump
Print Position Adjust
F200
F201
F202
F210
F237
Execute
F220
X Adjust (0.00mm)
Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex X Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Overprint X Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Overprint Y Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Y Scaling (0.00%)
Tray1
F221
X Adjust (0.00mm)
Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex X Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Overprint X Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Overprint Y Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Y Scaling (0.00%)
Setting Up
MPTray
3
Printing
Tray2
*2
F222
X Adjust (0.00mm)
Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex X Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Overprint X Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Overprint Y Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Y Scaling (0.00%)
Tray3
*2
F223
X Adjust (0.00mm)
Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex X Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Overprint X Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Overprint Y Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Y Scaling (0.00%)
Tray4
*2
F224
X Adjust (0.00mm)
Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex X Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Overprint X Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Overprint Y Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Y Scaling (0.00%)
Tray5
*2
F225
X Adjust (0.00mm)
Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex X Adjust (0.00mm)
Duplex Y Adjust (0.00mm)
Overprint X Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Overprint Y Adjust *8 (0.00mm)
Y Scaling (0.00%)
4
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Index
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Table of control panel menu items
Paper Black Setting (0)
Paper Color Setting (0)
Trans. Black Setting (0)
Trans. Color Setting (0)
SMR Setting
F230
F234
Cyan (0)
Magenta (0)
Yellow (0)
Black (0)
White *3 *5 *6 (0)
Clear *4 *5 *7 (0)
BG Setting
F235
Cyan (0)
Magenta (0)
Yellow (0)
Black (0)
White *3 *5 *6 (0)
Clear *4 *5 *7 (0)
F231
F232
1
F233
Setting Up
F236
F238
Before use
Execute
3
Cyan Transfer Setting (0)
Magenta Transfer Setting (0)
Yellow Transfer Setting (0)
Black Transfer Setting (0)
White Transfer Setting *3 *5 *6 (0)
Clear Transfer Setting *4 *5 *7 (0)
Printing
Drum Cleaning (Off)
Transfer Roller Cleaning
High Humid Mode (Off)
Moisture Control (Off)
Narrow Paper Speed (Slow)
Print Mode (Slow)
Transfer Setting
DV Roller Cleaning
2
4
*1: Displayed when trays 2 to 5 are mounted.
*3: Displayed when white toner is used in C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542.
*4: Displayed when clear toner is used in C941/ES9541/Pro9541.
*5: Not displayed with C911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431.
*6: Displayed with C942/ES9542/Pro9542.
Basic Device Operations
*2: Displayed when [Paper size] is set to [Custom].
*7: Not displayed with C942/ES9542/Pro9542.
*8: Displayed only with C941/ES9541/Pro9541.
Appendix
Index
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Table of control panel menu items
Admin Setup
Network Setup
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
TCP/IP (Enable)
NetBIOS over TCP (Enable)
EtherTalk (Disable)
IP Address Set (Auto)
IPv4 Address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Subnet Mask (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Gateway Address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Web (Enable)
Telnet (Disable)
FTP (Disable)
IPSec (Disable)
SNMP (Enable)
Network Scale (Normal)
Gigabit Network (Disable)
Hub Link Setting (Auto)
Network Factory Defaults
USB Setup
USB (Enable)
Speed (480Mbps)
Soft Reset (Disable)
Serial Number (Enable)
Offline Receive (Disable)
Print Setup
Personality (Auto)
Copies (1)
Duplex (Off)
Binding (Long Edge)
Job Offset (Off)
Output Bin (Face Down)
Media Check (Enable)
A4/Letter Override (Yes)
Resolution (600dpi)
Toner Save
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Mono-Print Mode (Auto)
Default Orientation (Portrait)
Form Length (64 lines)
Edit Size (Cassette Size)
Trapping (Off)
X Dimension (210mm/8.3")
Y Dimension (297mm/11.7")
Appendix
Network Protocol (RAW)
USB Protocol (RAW)
PDF Paper Size (Current Tray Size)
PCL Setup
Font Source (Resident2)
Font Number (C1)
Font Pitch (10.00CPI)
Font Height (12 point)
Symbol Set (WIN3.1J)
A4 Print Width (78 column)
White Page Skip (Off)
CR Function (CR)
LF Function (LF)
Print Margin (Normal)
True Black (Off)
Pen Width Adjust (Off)
Tray ID#
Index
PS Setup
Execute
Toner Save Level (Off)
Color (All)
MPTray (4)
Tray1 (1)
Tray2 *1 (5)
Tray3 *1 (20)
Tray4 *1 (21)
Tray5 *1 (22)
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XPS Setup
Character Pitch (10 CPI)
Font Condense (12 CPI to 20 CPI)
Character Set (SET-2)
Symbol Set (IBM-437)
Letter O Style (Disable)
Zero Character (Normal)
Line Pitch (6 LPI)
White Page Skip (Off)
CR Function (CR)
LF Function (LF)
Line Length (80 column)
Form Length (11.7 inch)
TOF Position (0.0 inch)
Left Margin (0.0 inch)
Fit to Letter (Disable)
Text Height (Same)
Continuous Paper Mode (Off)
Near Life Status (Enable)
Near Life LED (Enable)
Idle Display (Toner Gauge)
Panel Brightness During Operating (31)
Panel Brightness While Power Save (1)
Panel Backlight Timer (30)
Front Lamp (Mode1)
Time Setup
Date Format (yyyy/mm/dd)
Time Zone (+0:00) *4
Daylight Saving (Off)
Time Setting (2000/01/01 00 :00) *4
Power Setup
Power Save (Enable)
Sleep (Enable)
Auto Power Off (Auto Config)
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Index
Panel Setup
Appendix
Ink Simulation (Off)
UCR (Low)
CMY 100% Density (Disable)
CMYK Conversion (On)
Spot Color *3 (White)
4
Basic Device Operations
Color Setup
3
Printing
Character Pitch (10 CPI)
Character Set (SET-2)
Symbol Set (IBM-437)
Letter O Style (Disable)
Zero Character (Normal)
Line Pitch (6 LPI)
White Page Skip (Off)
CR Function (CR)
Line Length (80 column)
Form Length (11.7 inch)
TOF Position (0.0 inch)
Left Margin (0.0 inch)
Fit to Letter (Disable)
Text Height (Same)
Continuous Paper Mode (Off)
2
Setting Up
EPSON FX Setup
1
Before use
IBM PPR Setup
DigitalSignature (Off)
DiscardControl (Auto)
MC Mode (On)
Unzip Mode (Speed)
White Page Skip (Off)
Table of control panel menu items
Others Setup
RAM Setup
1
Receive Buffer Size (Auto)
Resource Save (Off)
Flash Memory Setup
Before use
HDD Setup
*5
*5 *6
Initialize
Resize PS Area
Execute
nn% [n.n MB]
Initialize
Resize Partition
Execute
PCL nn% (20%)
Common mm% (50%)
PS ll% (30%)
<Apply>
Format Partition (PCL)
Erase HDD
2
Setting Up
Storage Common Setup
Check File System *5
Check All Sectors *5
Enable Initialization (No)
Security Setup
Job Limitation (Off)
Make Secure HDD *6
Make Normal HDD *6
Reset Cipher Key *6
Execute
Execute
Execute
Language Setup
Language Initialize
Execute
Font Setup
Font Output Mode (JIS2004)
Job Cancel Setup
Cancel Key Behavior (Shortt)
Inquiry Display (Long)
Focus Position (Yes)
Display Timeout (180)
Reset Settings
Save Settings
Restore Settings
Execute
Execute
Execute
*7
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Settings
Change Password
*7
New Password
Verify Password
*1: Displayed when trays 2 to 5 are mounted.
*2: Displayed when [Default Edit Size] is set to [Custom].
*3: Not displayed with C911/C931/C942/ES9411/ES9431/ES9542/Pro9431/Pro9542.
Appendix
*4: The time zone and time are set at the factory.
*5: Displayed when [Storage Common Setup] > [Enable Initialization] is set to [Yes].
*6: Displayed when the HDD is mounted.
*7: Displayed when "Save setup" has been implemented.
Print Statistics
Index
JOB LOG (Enable)
Supplies Report (Disable)
Reset Main Counter
Reset Supplies Counter
Change Password
Execute
*1
Execute
Execute
New Password
Verify Password
*1: Displayed when [Supplies Report] is set to [Enable].
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Execute
Execute
Table of control panel menu items
Calibration
1
Execute
Execute
F310
F311
F312
F313
2
F314
F314
F302
Execute
Highlight (A-1)
Mid-Tone (A-1)
Dark (A-1)
Fine Color Tuning
Cyan Tuning
Highlight (0)
Mid-Tone (0)
Dark (0)
Magenta Tuning
Highlight (0)
Mid-Tone (0)
Dark (0)
Yellow Tuning
Highlight (0)
Mid-Tone (0)
Dark (0)
Reset Color Tuning
Execute
White Tuning
Highlight (0)
Mid-Tone (0)
Dark (0)
*1 *3
4
Basic Device Operations
Highlight (0)
Mid-Tone (0)
Dark (0)
Black Tuning
3
Printing
Base Color Tuning
Setting Up
Cyan Density (0)
Magenta Density (0)
Yellow Density (0)
Black Density (0)
White Density *1 *3 *4 (0)
Clear Density *2 *3 *5 (0)
Print Color Tuning Pattern
Before use
Auto Density Mode (On)
Auto BG Adjust Mode (0)
Density Adjustment Media (Standard Media)
F300
Adjust Density
F301
Adjust Registration
Heavy Media Adjust (Off)
Heavy Media Mode (Auto)
Color Density
*1: Displayed when using white toner in C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542.
*3: Not displayed with C911/C931/C942/ES9411/ES9431/ES9542/Pro9431/Pro9542.
Appendix
*2: Displayed when using clear toner in C941/ES9541/Pro9541.
Boot Menu
Network Factory Defaults
HDD Setup *1
Storage Common Setup *1
Execute
Execute
*: Displayed when the power supply is turned ON while the [OK] button is being pressed.
Boot Menu is displayed in English only.
*1: Displayed when the HDD is mounted.
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Index
Menu Lockout (Off)
Panel Lockout (Off)
Execute
Enable HDD (Yes)
Check File System
Check All Sectors
Basic Windows Functions
Basic Windows Functions
zz
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
This section explains the procedures for displaying the drivers setup window from the [Printers]/[Printer
and Fax] folder for OS other than Windows 7, which is used as an example in this manual.
Memo
zz The Windows Server 2008 R2 procedure is the same as for Windows 7.
zz If installing multiple drivers, the icon will be displayed for each driver in the [Printers]/[Printer and Fax] folder. Use the
following procedure for the drivers to be set up and checked.
Displaying the Properties
Window
„„Windows 8.1/Windows 8/
Windows Server 2012 R2/
Windows Server 2012
1
2
Click [Setup], and select [Control
panel]> [Show devices and printers].
Right-click the OKI C931 icon, and
select [Printing Preferences].
Basic Device Operations
„„Windows Vista/Windows Server
2008
1
2
Click the [Start] button, and select
[Control panel]> [Printers].
Right-click the OKI C931 icon, and
select [Preferences].
Displaying the print setup
window
„„Windows 8.1/Windows 8/
Windows Server 2012 R2/
Windows Server 2012
1
2
Click [Setup], and select [Control
panel]> [Show devices and printers].
Right-click the OKI C931 icon, and
select [Printing Preferences].
„„Windows Vista/Windows Server
2008
1
2
Appendix
Index
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Click the [Start] button, and select
[Control panel]> [Printers].
Right-click the OKI C931 icon, and
select [Printing preferences].
Specifications
Specifications
zz
1
Main specifications
CPU
C911/ES9411:
ARM Processor (1GHz)
C931/C941/C942/ES9431/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9431/Pro9541/Pro9542: ARM Processor (1.2GHz)
RAM (standard/
max.)
2GB/2GB
Weight
Approx. 82kg (not including consumables)*1
C911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431:
C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542: Approx. 91kg (not including consumables)*2
Power
110 to 127 VAC (Range 99 to 140 VAC), 50/60 Hz ± 2%
220 to 240 VAC (Range 198 to 264 VAC), 50/60 Hz ± 2%
Power consumption
During operations: 1,600W max./Average 1,100W
During standby:
2
Setting Up
C911dn/C931dn/ES9411dn/ES9431dn/Pro9431: N36100A(120V), N36100B(230V),
N36100C(100V)
C941dn/ES9541dn/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542: N36101A(120V), N36101B(230V),
N36101C(100V)
Before use
Model Number
3
Average 40W
* The product does not consume power when the main power switch is OFF, even if the power plug is
inserted into the outlet.
Network connection
1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/10BASE-T (Factor y settings 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T)
Local connections
USB2.0 interface (Hi-Speed USB supported)
Display
4.3" high-resolution color LCD (480x272dots)
Compatible OS
Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista/Windows Server 2012 R2/Windows
Server 2012/
Windows Server 2008 R2/Windows Server 2008
Mac OS X 10.3.9 to 10.10
For details, see the operations environment.
Print method
C911/C931/ES9411/ES9431/Pro9431:
Resolution Print
resolution
1200 x 1200dpi (2 shades) / 1200 x 600dpi (16 shades) / 600 x 600dpi (2 shades)
Dry electronic photo method using 4
continuous digital LED heads
C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542: Dry electronic photo method using 5 continuous
digital LED heads
4
Appendix
Temperature 10ºC to 32ºC, humidity 20% to 80%RH
Max. wet bulb temperature 25ºC (Environments where high-quality and full color are
assured : Temperature 17ºC to 27ºC, humidity 50% to 70%RH)
Basic Device Operations
Use environment
conditions
Printing
In power save mode
In power save mode: 30W max.
In sleep mode:
4W max. (factory settings)
In Auto Power OFF: 0.4W max.
LED dot pitch 1200dpi
Yellow, magenta, cyan, black, white*22, clear*3
Print languages
PostScript3, PCL6 (PCLXL3.0, PCL5c), PDF1.7, XPS, IBM PPR, EPSON FX
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Index
Print colors
Specifications
C911/
ES9411
1
Print
speed*4
Color
CMYK
(1-sided)
C931/
ES9431/
Pro9431
C941/
ES9541/
Pro9541
50 pages/min. (A4 landscape feed), 28 pages/min. (A3 portrait feed)
(If auto paper weight is set)
Before use
CMYK+Spot Color
2
-
16 pages/min.
(A4 landscape
feed)
6 pages/min.
(A3 portrait
feed)
Setting Up
-
CMYK+Spot
Color white:
45 pages/min.
(A4 landscape
feed),
25 pages/min.
(A3 portrait
feed)
CMYK+Spot
Color clear:
18 pages/min.
(A4 landscape
feed)
Spot Color overprint*5
(CMYK+Spot Color white)
3
Printing
4
Basic Device Operations
Monochrome (1-sided)
50 pages/min. (A4 landscape feed)
28 pages/min. (A3 portrait feed)
(If auto paper weight is set)
Auto
Duplex
Color: 50 pages/min. (A4 landscape feed)
Monochrome: 50 pages/min. (A4 landscape feed)
Color: 28 pages/min. (A3 portrait feed)
Monochrome: 28 pages/min. (A3 portrait feed)
(If auto paper weight is set)
CMYK
Spot Color white (Single
Color only)*6
CMYK+Spot
Color white:
45 pages/min.
(A4 landscape
feed),
25 pages/min.
(A3 portrait
feed)
-
45 pages/min.
(A4 landscape feed),
25 pages/min.
(A3 portrait feed)
-
Appendix
Spot Color overprint
(CMYK+Spot Color white)
Type of
paper*7
C942/
ES9542/
Pro9542
-
Index
Paper
quality*8
Plain, thick paper (glossy, transparent film*9, transparencies*10, postcards, labels*11,
envelopes*12)
Paper size
A3NOBI, 13×18", A3WIDE (SRA3), A3, A4WIDE (SRA4), A4, A5, A6, B4, B5, B6, letter,
legal13/13.5/14, Executive,
Statement*13, Tabloid Extra, Tabloid, 8K, 16K, envelopes*14, postcards,
Japanese double postcards, 4-REN Hagaki, index cards*13, B6 half*13, custom*15
GSM paper
weight
1st tray: GSM 52 to 320g/m2 (ream weight 45 to 275kg)
Expansion tray unit: GSM 52 to 320g/m2 (ream weight 45 to 275kg)
Large-capacity expansion tray unit: GSM 52 to 320g/m2 (ream weight 45 to 275kg)
Multi-Purpose Tray: GSM 52 to 360g/m2 (ream weight 45 to 309kg)
Auto
Paper size
Duplex
Functions
GSM paper
weight
A3NOBI, 13×18", A3WIDE (SRA3), A3, A4WIDE (SRA4), A4, A5, A6 portrait feed, B4,
B5, B6, letters, legal13/13.5/14), Executive,
Statement, Tabloid Extra, Tabloid, 8K, 16K, postcards, Japanese double postcards,
4-REN Hagaki, Custom*16
1st tray: GSM 64 to 320g/m2 (ream weight 55 to 275kg)
Expansion tray unit: GSM 64 to 320g/m2 (ream weight 55 to 275kg)
Large-capacity expansion tray unit: GSM 64 to 320g/m2 (ream weight 55 to 275kg)
Multi-Purpose Tray: GSM 64 to 320g/m2 (ream weight 55 to 275kg)
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Specifications
Paper
feed
method/
Feed
quantity
Multi-purpose Capacity 310 sheets (GSM weight 64g/m2, total thickness 31mm max.)*17
tray
1st tray
Capacity 580 sheets (GSM weight 64g/m2, total thickness 53mm max.)*18
Expansion
tray unit
(Optional) Capacity 580 sheets (GSM weight 64g/m2, total thickness 53mm max.)*19
Assured print range
6.35mm from the paper edge (excluding special paper such as envelopes, etc.)
Print accuracy
Write position accuracy ±2mm; paper slant: ±1mm/100mm
Image expansion and contraction ±1mm/100mm (GSM weight 80g/m2)
Warm-up time
Approx. 50s (max.) after power is turned ON (At room temperature 25ºC and rated
voltage)*20
Average print quantity
25,000 sheets/month
Use environment
conditions
Temperature 10ºC to 32ºC, humidity 20% to 80%RH, max. wet bulb temperature 25ºC
(Environments where high-quality and full color are assured : Temperature 17ºC to
27ºC, humidity 50% to 70%RH)
Consumables and
maintenance products
Consumables, toner cartridge, image drum,
maintenance products, fixer unit, transfer roller unit, belt unit, paper feed roller set,
waste toner box
Device service life*21
5 years or 1.5 million pages
300 sheets max. (GSM weight 64g/m2)
*2: The total weight including consumables is approx. 111kg.
*3: C941/ES9541/Pro9541 specifications only.
*4: P
lain paper, in copy mode print speed is slower for postcards, envelopes, and card stock. Operation may slow down during
continuous printing due to adjustments in machine temperature and image quality.
*5: The mode that prints white before CMYK. If the paper size exceeds B4, the print speed is slower. The lifespan of the image
drum or maintenance parts will become less than half.
3
4
Basic Device Operations
*1: The total weight including consumables is approx. 98kg.
2
Printing
620 sheets max. (GSM weight 64g/m2)
Setting Up
Paper feed Face down
method/ Face up
Output
capacity
Before use
Large-capacity (Optional) Capacity 580 sheets x 3 trays (GSM weight 64g/m2, total thickness 53mm
expansion
max.)
tray unit
1
*6: Compatible with plain and glossy paper only.
*8: For glossy, coated and embossed paper, thoroughly test the print quality and paper traction beforehand, and check that there
are no impediments before use.
*9: Compatible with Multi-Purpose Tray only.
Appendix
*7: Print quality and paper traction may suffer depending on the paper used and the use environment. Implementing a test print
beforehand is recommended. Consult your supervisor if anything is unclear.
*10: Compatible with 1st tray and Multi-Purpose Tray only.
*11: Compatible with A4 and letter only.
*12: Compatible with Multi-Purpose Tray only. The paper may curl or crease after printing.
*13: Compatible with Multi-Purpose Tray only.
*15: 1st tray, expansion tray unit, large-capacity expansion tray unit: Width 100 to 330mm x length 148 to 457mm.
Multi-Purpose Tray: Width 64 to 330mm x length 90 to 1,321mm. If using Spot Color overprint, length is 182 to 457mm.
*16: 1st tray, expansion tray unit, large-capacity expansion tray unit: Width 100 to 330mm x length 148 to 457mm.
Multi-Purpose Tray: Width 64 to 330mm x length 90 to 483mm.
*17: Postcards x 110, tra sparencies x 200, envelopes x 40 (GSM weight 85g/m2).
*18: Postcards x 210, transparencies x 360.
*19: Postcards x 210.
*20: Does not include compensation operations.
*21: Device service life depends on the customer's use conditions.
*22: C941/C942/ES9541/ES9542/Pro9541/Pro9542 specifications only.
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Index
*14: Nagagata #3, Nagagata #4, Nagagata #40, Yougata #0, Yougata #2, Yougata #4, Younaga #3, Kakugata #2, Kakugata #3,
Kakugata #6, Kakugata #8, C4, C5, DL, COM-6 3/4, COM-9, COM-10, Monarch, A2 Envelope, A6 Envelope, A7 Envelope.
Specifications
Network interface specifications
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
zz Basic specifications
Network protocols
zz For TCP/IP
zz For EtherTalk
zz Connectors
1000BASE-T / 100 BASE-TX / 10 BASE-T (Auto switching and simultaneous use are not possible)
Note
zz The default factory setting is to disable 1000BASE-T.
If using with 1000BASE-T, use the control panel to make the following settings.
Set to [Administrator menu]> [Enter password> [Network Setup]> Gigabit Network]> [Enable].
zz Cables
Unshielded twist pair cable with EJ-45 connector (category 5e or later)
zz Connector pin array
Printing
4
zz Interface signals
Basic Device Operations
Appendix
Pin
No.
Signal
name
Function
1
TRD+(0)
Data 0 sending and receiving (+)
2
TRD-(0)
Data 0 sending and receiving (-)
3
TRD+(1)
Data 1 sending and receiving (+)
4
TRD+(2)
Data 2 sending and receiving (+)
5
TRD-(2)
Data 2 sending and receiving (-)
6
TRD-(1)
Data 1 sending and receiving (-)
7
TRD+(3)
Data 3 sending and receiving (+)
8
TRD-(3)
Data 3 sending and receiving (-)
Index
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Specifications
USB interface specifications
zz Basic specifications
USB (supports Hi-Speed USB)
1
zz Connectors
B receptacle (female) upstream port
Before use
zz Cables
5m max. USB2.0 specifications cable (2m max. recommended)
(Do not use shielded cable wires.)
Setting Up
zz Send mode
Full speed (12Mbps±0.25% max.)
2
High speed (480Mbps±0.05% max.)
zz Power control
Self-powered device
3
zz Connector pin array
Printing
4
Signal
name
Function
1
Vbus
2
D-
For data transfer
3
D+
For data transfer
GND
Shield
Power supply
(+5V)
Signal ground
Appendix
4
Shell
Basic Device Operations
zz Interface signals
Index
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Specifications
Dimensions
1
Plan view
Before use
2
665mm
Side view
1369mm
Setting Up
699mm
640mm
3
Printing
4
When the (optional) expansion tray unit is mounted
Basic Device Operations
Plan view
665mm
Appendix
Side view
1152mm
Index
514mm
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Index
A
Detecting Automatically................................ 88
Before use
D
10-key pad.................................................22
2-sided documents...................................... 19
1
Dimensions............................................... 134
Adjusting brightness.............................. 24, 25
Driver installation........................................55
Mac OS X........................................... 68
Air holes....................................................34
Windows............................................ 59
Auto..........................................................89
E
Auto Power OFF Mode
Setup............................................... 112
Switching Time.................................. 113
Envelopes...................................................19
Environment conditions................................ 56
EPS data....................................................56
Back button................................................24
Belt unit lever.............................................20
Bonjour................................................ 68, 72
Error screen................................................27
EtherTalk.............................................. 68, 69
Exit Unit knob....................................... 19, 22
Expansion tray unit................................ 44, 76
Setup (Mac OS X)................................ 79
Built-in HDD......................... 24, 25, 26, 48, 76
Button................................................. 21, 22
Setup (Windows)................................. 76
Expansion tray unit with casters.............. 29, 45
C
4
Basic Device Operations
Belt unit lock lever.......................................20
3
Printing
B
2
Setting Up
Errors................................................ 28
Documents.................................................18
F
[CANCEL] button..................................24, 116
Cancelling...........................................31, 116
Slot................................................... 24
Cancelling OFF mode................................... 31
Card authentication............................... 24, 27
Carrying lever....................................... 18, 19
[CLEAR] key...............................................18
color management server.................. 18, 19, 22
Face-up Stacker........................................ 103
Factory settings..................................... 29, 60
Fiery® XF Server Option................................ 32
[Fn] key............................................... 24, 29
Front lamp.................................................18
Function number input screen....................... 30
Fuser Unit..................................................22
Fuser Unit's Jam Release Lever...................... 22
G
Consumables..............................................39
Toner cartridge.................................... 39
Consumption power..................................... 50
Gateway address.........................................59
Control panel..............................................21
Customer support........................................18
Customization....................................... 93, 94
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Index
Carrying handles................................... 19, 23
Face-down Stacker...............................22, 101
Appendix
Cable connections........................................57
H
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
M
Handle.......................................................24
[HELP] button....................................... 24, 27
Documents......................................... 24
Help screen................................................20
Main power switch............................ 18, 51, 52
Hubs..........................................................57
Power conditions................................. 19
Maintenance.................................................2
I
Manual Feed Printing (Multi-Purpose Tray)...... 96
Image drum...............................................19
Menu button
Job list......................................... 17, 20
[OK] button.................................. 24, 25
Product warranty, supplying free
Scroll button....................................... 24
maintenance, and customer support.....20
Menu items.................................................27
Stopper.............................................. 39
Menu items table....................................... 119
Toner cartridge.............................. 17, 20
Messages...................................................18
Installation.................................................33
Printing
4
Mac OS X printer driver
Mounting options
Installation environment....................... 33
Built-in HDD........................................ 48
Installation procedure.......................... 36
Expansion tray unit.............................. 44
Installation space................................ 33
MP Paper Guide..................................... 21, 95
Relocation.......................................... 36
Multi-Purpose Tray...................... 24, 93, 94, 96
Basic Device Operations
Interface
N
Network interface connector.................. 19
IP address............................................ 59, 62
Network.....................................................31
Cables................................................ 57
J
Setup................................................. 63
Japanese double postcard............................. 27
Network connection
Appendix
Cannot set up............................... 68, 76
L
Setting up (Mac OS X).......................... 68
Setting up (Windows)........................... 59
LAN (network interface connector)................. 23
LAN cable...................................................57
O
Connecting......................................... 57
Large-capacity expansion tray unit........... 26, 45
OFF mode
Index
LED lamp............................................. 51, 52
Customization..................................... 24
Liquid crystal panel................................ 18, 19
Power save mode................................ 24
Lock lever knob...........................................20
Sleep mode........................................ 18
LPD Protocols (TCP/IP)............................... 117
[OK] button.......................................... 24, 27
Operating environment................................. 22
Operating methods........................... 18, 24, 25
Output rail unit...........................................22
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P
Printer Drivers................................. 55, 89, 96
Expansion tray (optional)...................... 76
Paper.........................................................81
Mac OS X........................................... 68
Output............................................. 101
Types................................................. 56
Thickness........................................... 82
Type.................................................. 82
Windows............................................ 59
Printer information................................ 53, 54
Printing................................................ 21, 81
Cancelling......................................... 116
Usable Paper....................................... 81
Manual Feed Printing............................ 99
Paper supporter............................. 21, 22
Paper Feed Orientation................................. 87
Printer information......................... 53, 54
Paper size...................................................18
Test prints.......................................... 53
Paper Size
Setup................................................. 93
Paper tray..................................................22
Problems.............................................. 68, 76
PS ............................................................56
R
PCL...........................................................56
PCs
Connecting using LAN cable.................. 57
Connecting using USB cable.................. 58
Relocation..................................................36
Remaining toner quantity display................... 18
4
Rendezvous.......................................... 68, 72
Basic Device Operations
Connecting to the device................ 55, 57
3
Printing
PC ..............................................................3
Upper right side cover.......................... 21
2
Setting Up
Paper Cassette................................. 21, 43, 88
Before use
Settings....................................... 88, 94
Size................................................... 82
1
Setting IP addresses............................ 62
Postcards...................................................20
PostScript fonts...........................................56
Power cable................................................51
Power save mode.............................. 105
[POWER SAVE] button
Appendix
Power save
Power save key................................... 27
Power save mode.......................... 24, 27
Power save mode.................................. 24, 25
Power supply..............................................50
OFF................................................... 52
ON.................................................... 51
Power supply conditions....................... 50
Power switch.................................... 19, 51, 52
Main power switch......................... 51, 52
Preparations...............................................19
Printer driver..............................................18
Printer drivers
Windows.......................................... 128
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Index
Setup............................................... 105
1
Before use
2
Setting Up
3
Printing
4
S
U
Securing lever....................................... 17, 20
Upper left side cover.................................... 20
Setting optional drivers
USB cable...................................................58
Mac OS X........................................... 79
Windows............................................ 76
Connecting................................... 57, 58
USB connections
Setup........................................................33
Cannot set up............................... 68, 76
Network connection....................... 59, 68
Setting up (Mac OS X).......................... 74
Toner cartridge.................................... 39
Setting up (Windows)........................... 66
USB connections............................ 66, 74
USB interface connector............................... 58
Shutdown...................................................52
USB port....................................................58
Sleep mode
Use...........................................................24
Disabling............................................ 69
ATTENTION lamp................................. 29
Restrictions....................................... 110
Power cable........................................ 24
Setup............................................... 107
Utility software.......................................... 2, 3
Switching Time.................................. 108
W
Slot..................................................... 17, 20
Basic Device Operations
Printing.............................................. 20
Weight.......................................................36
Software DVD-ROM............................3, 31, 55
Weight (mass)............................................17
Specifications............................................ 129
Windows.............................................. 19, 23
Dimensions....................................... 134
X
Network interface.............................. 132
USB interface.................................... 133
XPS...........................................................56
Standby screen...........................................17
Starter toner cartridge........................... 24, 25
Appendix
Startup screen............................................32
Subnet mask........................................ 59, 61
T
Test prints
Test printing using the printer alone....... 53
Index
Toner cartridge............................................39
Toner replacement cover........................ 17, 20
Transfer Roller Unit..................... 17, 22, 41, 42
Transfer Roller Unit’s Lock Leve............... 22, 42
Tray information display............................... 18
Trays.............................................. 24, 25, 26
Tray 1..................................... 18, 43, 88
Trays 2/3/4/5........................... 43, 45, 88
Troubleshooting.............................................2
Turning OFF the power automatically.......52, 112
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Oki contact details
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Tel:+33 01 46 15 80 00
Télécopie:+33 01 46 15 80 60
Website: www.oki.fr
OKI Systems (Magyarország)
Kft.
Capital Square
Tower 2
7th Floor
H-1133 Budapest,
Váci út 76
Hungary
Telefon: +36 1 814 8000
Telefax: +36 1 814 8009
Website: www.okihu.hu
OKI Systems (Italia) S.p.A.
via Milano, 11,
20084 Lacchiarella (MI)
Tel:+39 (0) 2 900261
Fax:+39 (0) 2 90026344
Website: www.oki.it
OKI Systems (Polska)
Platinium Business Park II, 3rd
Floor
ul. Domaniewska 42
02-672 Warsaw
Poland
Tel:+48 22 448 65 00
Fax:+48 22 448 65 01
Website: www.oki.com.pl
E-mail: oki@oki.com.pl
Hotline: 0800 120066
E-mail: tech@oki.com.pl
Oki Systems (Ibérica) S.A.
Sucursal Portugal
Edifício Prime Av. Quinta Grande 53
7º C Alfragide
2614-521 Amadora
Portugal
Tel:+351 21 470 4200
Fax:+351 21 470 4201
Website:www.oki.pt
E-mail : oki@oki.pt
Oki Service
Serviço de apoio técnico ao
Cliente
Tel: 808 200 197
E-mail : okiserv@oki.pt
Tel: +30 210 48 05 800
Fax:+30 210 48 05 801
EMail:sales@cpi.gr
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Technical support:
Tel: +7 495 564 8421
e-mail: tech@oki.ru
Oki Systems (Österreich)
Campus 21
Businesszentrum Wien Sued
Liebermannstrasse A02 603
22345 Brun am Gebirge
Tel: +43 223 6677 110
Drucker Support:
+43 (0) 2236 677110-501
Fax Support:
+43 (0) 2236 677110-502
Website: www.oki.at
OKI Europe Ltd. (Ukraine)
Raisy Opkinoy Street,8
Building B, 2nd Floor,
Kiev 02002
Ukraine
Tel: +380 44 537 5288
e-mail: info@oki.ua
Website: www.oki.ua
OKI Sistem ve Yazıcı Çözümleri
Tic. Ltd. Şti.
Harman sok Duran Is Merkezi,
No:4, Kat:6,
34394, Levent
İstanbul
Tel: +90 212 279 2393
Faks: +90 212 279 2366
Web: www.oki.com.tr
www.okiprintingsolutions.com.tr
Oki Systems (Belgium)
Medialaan 24
1800 Vilvoorde
Helpdesk: 02-2574620
Fax: 02 2531848
Website: www.oki.be
AlphaLink Bulgaria Ltd.
2 Kukush Str.
tel: +359 2 821 1160
fax: +359 2 821 1193
Website: http://bulgaria.oki.com
OKI Systems (Danmark)
Oki Systems (Schweiz)
Herstedøstervej 27
2620 Albertslund
Danmark
Baslerstrasse 15
CH-4310 Rheinfelden
Adm.: +45 43 66 65 00
Hotline: +45 43 66 65 40
Salg: +45 43 66 65 30
Fax: +45 43 66 65 90
Website: www.oki.dk
Oki Systems (Finland) Oy
Support deutsch +41 61 827 94 81
Support français +41 61 827 94 82
Support italiano +41 061 827 9473
Tel: +41 61 827 9494
Website: www.oki.ch
Oki Data Americas Inc.(United
States • États-Unis)
Polaris Capella
Vänrikinkuja 3
02600 Espoo
2000 Bishops Gate Blvd.
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
USA
Tel: +358 (0) 207 900 800
Fax: +358 (0) 207 900 809
Tel: 1-800-654-3282
Fax: 1-856-222-5247
http://WWW.OKIPRINTINGSOLUTIONS.
COM
http://my.okidata.com
Oki Data Americas Inc.(Canada
• Canadá)
Oki Systems (Holland) b.v.
Neptunustraat 27-29
2132 JA Hoofddorp
Helpdesk: 0800 5667654
Tel:+31 (0) 23 55 63 740
Fax:+31 (0) 23 55 63 750
Website: www.oki.nl
Oki Systems (Norway) AS
Tevlingveien 23
N-1081 Oslo
Tel:+47 (0) 63 89 36 00
Telefax:+47 (0) 63 89 36 01
Ordrefax:+47 (0) 63 89 36 02
Website: www.oki.no
General Systems S.R.L. (Romania)
Sos. Bucuresti-Ploiesti Nr. 135.
Bucharest 1
Romania
Tel: +40 21 303 3138
Fax: +40 21303 3150
Website: http://romania.oki.com
Var vänlig kontakta din
Återförsäljare i första hand, för
konsultation. I andra hand kontakta
Oki Systems (Sweden) AB
Borgafjordsgatan 7
Box 1191
164 26 Kista
Tel. +46 (0) 8 634 37 00
e-mail:
info@oki.se för allmänna frågor om
Oki produkter
support@oki.se för teknisk support
gällandes Oki produkter
Vardagar: 08.30 - 12.00,
13.00 - 16.00
Website: www.oki.se
4140B Sladeview Crescent Unit 7 & 8
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L5L 6A1
Tél: 1-905-608-5000
Téléc: 1-905-608-5040
http://WWW.OKIPRINTINGSOLUTIONS.
COM
Oki Data Americas Inc.(América
Latina (OTRO))
2000 Bishops Gate Blvd.
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
USA
Tel (Español): 1-856-222-7496
1-856-222-5276
Fax: 1-856-222-5260
Email: LASatisfaction@okidata.com
Oki Data de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Mariano Escobedo #748, Piso 8
Col. Nueva Anzures
C.P. 11590, México, D.F.
Tel: 52-555-263-8780
Fax: 52-555-250-3501
http://WWW.OKIPRINTINGSOLUTIONS.
COM
Oki Data do Brasil Informática
Ltda.
Av. Alfredo Egídio de Souza Aranha,
100 - 5º Andar - Bloco C
Chácara Santo Antonio - São Paulo,
SP - Brasil
CEP: 04726-170
Tel: 55-11-3543-5500 (Grande São
Paulo)
0800-11-5577 (Demais localidades)
Fax: 55-11-3444-3501
email: okidata@okidata.com.br
HTTP://www.okiprintingsolutions.com
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Argentina/Chile/Paraguay/Perú/
Uruguay
Oki Data Americas, Inc.
Sucursal Argentina
Ugarte 3610 Piso 4°(1605) Olivos
Buenos Aires, Argentina
TEL: +54 11 5288 7500
Fax: +54 11 5288 7599
Colombia/Ecuador/Venezuela/
Centroamérica y Caribe
Oki Data Americas, Inc.
Sucursal Colombia
Carrera 13 #97-51, Oficina 101
Bogotá Colombia
TEL : +57 1 704 5159
Oki Data (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
438A Alexandra Road #02-11/12,
Lobby 3, Alexandra Technopark
Singapore(119967)
Tel:(65) 6221 3722
Fax:(65) 6594 0609
http://www.okidata.com.sg
Oki Systems (Thailand) Ltd.
1168/81-82 Lumpini Tower,
27th Floor Rama IV Road
Tungmahamek, Sathorn
Bangkok 10120
Tel:(662) 679 9235
Fax:(662) 679 9243/245
http://www.okisysthai.com
Oki Data(Australia) Pty Ltd.
Level1 67 Epping Road, Macquarie
Park
NSW 2113, Australia
Tel: +61 2 8071 0000
(Support Tel: 1800 807 472)
Fax: +61 2 8071 0010
http://www.oki.com.au
Comworth Systems Ltd.
8 Antares Place Rosedale,
Auckland, 0632 New Zealand
Tel:(64) 9 477 0500
Fax:(64) 9 477 0549
http://www.comworth.co.nz
Oki Data(S) P Ltd. Malaysia Rep Office
Suite 21.03, 21st Floor Menara IGB,
Mid Valley City,
Lingkaran Syed Pura 59200,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (60) 3 2287 1177
Fax: (60) 3 2287 1166
Oki Data Corporation
4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku,Tokyo
108-8551, Japan
www.okiprintingsolutions.com
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