KYOCERA ECOSYS M6026cdn/M6526cdn Guide

KYOCERA ECOSYS M6026cdn/M6526cdn Guide
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OPERATION GUIDE
Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of ECOSYS M6026cdn/ECOSYS M6526cdn.
This Operation Guide is intended to help you operate the machine correctly, perform routine maintenance and
take a simple troubleshooting action as necessary, so that you can always use the machine in good condition.
Please read this Operation Guide before you start using the machine.
We recommend the use of our own brand supplies. We will not be liable for any damage caused by the use of
third party supplies in this machine.
A label shown in the illustration assures that the supplies are our own brand.
Included Guides
The following guides are supplied with the machine. Refer to them as necessary.
Quick Installation Guide
Describes the procedures for installation of the machine, frequently-used operations, routine maintenance, and
troubleshooting action.
Safety Guide
Provides safety and cautionary information for the installation and use of the machine. Be sure to read this guide
before using the machine.
Safety Guide (ECOSYS M6026cdn/ECOSYS M6526cdn)
Describes the machine installation space, cautionary space, and other information. Be sure to read this guide
before using the machine.
DVD (Product Library)
Operation Guide (This Guide)
Describes how to load paper, basic copy, print and scan operations, and troubleshooting.
Fax Operation Guide
Command Center RX User Guide
Printer Driver Operation Guide
Network FAX Driver Operation Guide
KYOCERA Net Direct Print Operation Guide
KYOCERA Net Viewer User Guide
PRESCRIBE Commands Technical Reference
PRESCRIBE Commands Command Reference
Safety Conventions in This Guide
The sections of this guide and parts of the machine marked with symbols are safety warnings meant to protect
the user, other individuals and surrounding objects, and ensure correct and safe usage of the machine. The
symbols and their meanings are indicated below.
WARNING: Indicates that serious injury or even death may result from insufficient attention to or
incorrect compliance with the related points.
CAUTION: Indicates that personal injury or mechanical damage may result from insufficient attention
to or incorrect compliance with the related points.
Symbols
The  symbol indicates that the related section includes safety warnings. Specific points of attention are
indicated inside the symbol.
.... [General warning]
.... [Warning of high temperature]
The
symbol indicates that the related section includes information on prohibited actions. Specifics of the
prohibited action are indicated inside the symbol.
.... [Warning of prohibited action]
.... [Disassembly prohibited]
The  symbol indicates that the related section includes information on actions which must be performed.
Specifics of the required action are indicated inside the symbol.
.... [Alert of required action]
.... [Remove the power plug from the outlet]
....
[Always connect the machine to an outlet with a ground
connection]
Please contact your service representative to order a replacement if the safety warnings in this Operation Guide
are illegible or if the guide itself is missing (fee required).
NOTE: An original which resembles a bank note closely may not be copied properly in some rare cases
because this machine is equipped with a counterfeiting prevention function.
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Contents
Contents
Quick Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Menu Map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xxi
Laser Safety (Europe) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xxiv
SAFETY OF LASER BEAM (USA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xxv
Safety Instructions Regarding the Disconnection of Power (USA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xxvii
Legal Restriction on Copying/Scanning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xxix
Legal and Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xxxi
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Part Names
Operation Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
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Preparation before Use
Check bundled items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Determining the Connection Method and Preparing Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Connecting Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Power On/Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Energy Saver Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Switching the Language for Display [Language] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Setting Date and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12
Network Setup (LAN Cable Connection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15
Installing Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-23
Command Center RX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-36
Loading Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-47
Loading Originals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-65
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Basic Operation
Login/Logout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
One-Touch Keys and Program Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Message Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Copying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Printing - Printing from Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-21
Sending . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24
Preparation for sending a document to a PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-31
Confirm Destination Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-40
Specifying Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-41
Scanning using TWAIN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-45
Canceling Jobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-46
Checking Remaining Toner and Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-47
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Copying Functions
Original Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Paper Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Original Orientation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
EcoPrint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Combine Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Continuous Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Job Finish Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
File Name Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-17
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Contents
Print Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Color Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Color Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sharpness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Background Density . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saturation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-18
4-19
4-20
4-22
4-23
4-25
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Sending Functions
Original Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Sending Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Zoom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Duplex Sending . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Original Orientation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
File Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
File Separation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14
Original Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15
Adjusting Density . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16
Scan Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
Color / Grayscale / Black and White Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-18
Continuous Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-19
File Name Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-20
Subject and Body Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-21
Sharpness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-22
Background Density . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-23
WSD Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-25
Job Finish Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-27
FTP Encrypted TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-29
Scanning Image using Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-30
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Document Box
Printing Documents Stored in USB Memory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Saving Documents to USB Memory (Scan to USB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Removing USB Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Printing from a Custom Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
Printing from a Job Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-16
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Status / Job Cancel
Checking Job Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
Checking Job History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
Sending the Job Log History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13
Pause and Resumption of Jobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Canceling of Jobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Device/Communication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-20
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
Copy Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-69
Sending Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-75
Document Box Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-83
Printer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-99
Printing Reports/Sending Notice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-117
Adjustment/Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-123
Date/Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-141
Editing Destination (Address Book/Adding One-Touch Keys) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-158
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Contents
Restarting the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NW InterfaceSend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interface Block Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Security Level (Security Level setting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-173
8-174
8-185
8-196
8-208
8-209
8-214
8-215
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Maintenance
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2
Toner Container Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4
Replacing the Waste Toner Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-6
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Troubleshooting
Solving Malfunctions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
Responding to Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-8
Clearing Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-16
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Management
User Login Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2
Job Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13
Checking the Counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-35
Appendix
Optional Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-2
Character Entry Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-9
Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-13
Color balance adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-23
Sharpness adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-24
Color saturation adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-24
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-25
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-29
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Index-1
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Quick Guide
Be sure to read Legal and Safety Information
before using this machine.
Administrator tasks
To make copies
It copies.
To print
Simply press the Start key to make
copies. You can also fine tune the
copy settings by changing the
paper size, adjusting the density,
etc.
What
you want
to do
Copying with
specific
settings
It prints.
You can print via a network or print
a PDF file directly from USB
memory.
Printing Documents
Stored in Removable
USB Memory
Print
via a
network
Connecting Cables
Network Setup
(LAN Cable Connection)
Install the printer
driver on your
computer *1
Setup
Loading Paper...2-47
Placing Originals on
the Platen...2-65
Operation
Copying Functions
...4-1
Printing
Documents Stored
in USB Memory
... 6-2
*1: For more information, refer to the Printer Driver User Guide.
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Printing Printing from
Applications
...3-21
Administrator tasks
To send documents
It sends.
You can send scanned images via a network. Or, you can also store scanned images in
USB memory.
What
you want
to do
Send to
Folder
(SMB)
Send
as
E-mail
Saving
Documents to
USB Memory
Connecting Cables
Plug the USB
memory
Network Setup (LAN Cable Connection)
Create a shared folder on the destination
computer. ...3-31
Setup
Editing Destination (Address Book/Adding
One-Touch Keys)...8-158
Place the originals on the platen
Operation
Sending ...3-24 *1
Sending Functions ...5-1
Saving Documents
to USB Memory
(Scan to USB) ...6-5
*1: If the destination is not stored in the address book, you can send by entering the address
directly.
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Administrator tasks
To send a FAX (Only on products with the fax function installed)
As well as sending a FAX via the telephone lines, you can also send a FAX via a network.
It faxes.
NOTE: For more information on setting up and sending a FAX, refer to the FAX Operation
Guide.
What
you want
to do
Send a FAX
FAX directly
from a
computer
Connect the modular cord for the
telephone line to this machine.
Selection of Telephone Line
(Inch version only)
Network Setup
(LAN Cable Connection)
Install the Network FAX
Driver on your computer *1
Setup
Selection of Transmit Terminal Identification
(TTI)...2-3
*2
on the FAX Operation Guide
Place the originals on the platen
Operation
FAX Operation
(Basic) ...3-1
on the FAX Operation
Guide
About Network
FAX ...7-1
on the FAX Operation
Guide
*1: For more information, refer to the Network FAX Driver Operation Guide.
*2: If the destination is not stored in the address book, you can send the
FAX by entering the address directly.
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Menu Map
Copy key
Send key
(Continued on next
page)
Function Menu key
Function Menu key
(Continued on next
page)
Paper Selection
(page 4-4)
Collate
(page 3-19)
Duplex
(page 3-15)
Zoom
(page 3-12)
Combine
(page 4-11)
Original Size
(page 4-2)
Orig.Orientation
(page 4-8)
Original Image
(page 3-10)
Density
(page 3-9)
EcoPrint
(page 4-10)
Continuous Scan
(page 4-14)
File Name Entry
(page 4-17)
JobFinish Notice
(page 4-15)
Print Override
(page 4-18)
Color Selection
(page 4-19)
Color Balance
(page 4-20)
Sharpness
(page 4-22)
Backgrnd Density
(page 4-23)
Saturation
(page 4-25)
Color Selection
(page 5-18)
Original Size
(page 5-2)
Original Image
(page 5-15)
Scan Resolution
(page 5-17)
Sending Size
(page 5-4)
Zoom
(page 5-6)
Orig.Orientation
(page 5-10)
Continuous Scan
(page 5-19)
File Format
(page 5-12)
File Name Entry
(page 5-20)
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Send key
Function Menu key
Subject Entry
(page 5-21)
(Continued from
previous page)
(Continued from
previous page)
JobFinish Notice
(page 5-27)
FAX Resolution
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
FAX Delayed TX
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
FAX Direct TX
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
FAX RX Polling
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Density
(page 5-16)
Duplex
(page 5-8)
FTP Encrypted TX
(page 5-29)
File Separation
(page 5-14)
Sharpness
(page 5-22)
Backgrnd Density
(page 5-23)
Document Box key
Custom Box
(page 6-8)
Sub Address Box
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Polling Box
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Job Box
(page 6-16)
USB Memory
(page 6-2)
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Document Box key
Function Menu key
USB printing
Collate
(page 3-19)
Paper Selection
(page 4-4)
Duplex
(page 3-15)
EcoPrint
(page 4-10)
File Name Entry
(page 4-17)
JobFinish Notice
(page 4-15)
Print Override
(page 4-18)
Color Selection
(page 4-19)
Encrypted PDF
Document Box key
Function Menu key
Other than USB printing
JPEG/TIFF Print
(page 6-3)
XPS FitTo Page
(page 6-4)
File Name Entry
(page 4-17)
JobFinish Notice
(page 4-15)
Print Override
(page 4-18)
Del. after Print
Document Box key
Function Menu key
Scan to Polling Box
x
Original Size
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Original Image
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Scan Resolution
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Orig.Orientation
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Continuous Scan
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
File Name Entry
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
JobFinish Notice
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Density
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Duplex
(FAX OPERATION
GUIDE)
Document Box key
Function Menu key
Scan to USB Memory
Color Selection
(page 5-18)
Original Size
(page 5-2)
Original Image
(page 5-15)
Scan Resolution
(page 5-17)
Storing Size
Status/Job Cancel key
Zoom
(page 5-6)
Orig.Orientation
(page 5-10)
Continuous Scan
(page 5-19)
File Format
(page 5-12)
File Name Entry
(page 5-20)
JobFinish Notice
(page 5-27)
Density
(page 5-16)
Duplex
(page 5-8)
Sharpness
(page 5-22)
Backgrnd Density
(page 5-23)
Print Job Status
(page 7-2)
Send Job Status
(page 7-2)
Store Job Status
(page 7-2)
Scheduled Job
(page 7-8)
Print Job Log
(page 7-8)
Send Job Log
(page 7-8)
Store Job Log
(page 7-8)
FAX Job Log
(page 7-8)
Scanner
(page 7-20)
Printer
(page 7-20)
FAX
(page 7-21)
Toner Status
(page 3-47)
Paper Status
(page 3-47)
USB Memory
(page 7-21)
SSD
(page 7-21)
USB Keyboard
(page 7-22)
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System Menu/Counter
key
Report
Report Print
Admin Rpt
Set.
Result Rpt
Set.
Menu Map
(page 8-117)
Status Page
(page 8-117)
Font List
(page 8-118)
Opt NW Status
(page 8-118)
Outgoing FAX Rpt
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Incoming FAX Rpt
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Send Result
E-mail/Folder
(page 8-121)
FAX
(page 8-121)
CancelBefore
Send
(page 8-121)
Dest. Info.
(page 8-121)
FAX RX Result
JobFinish
Notice
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Do Not
Attach
Attach
SendImage
Job Log
History
Auto Sending
(page 7-13)
Send History
(page 7-13)
Destination
(page 7-13)
Subject
(page 7-13)
SSFC Log Subject
Personal Info.
Counter
(Continued on next
page)
Printed
Pages
by Function
by Paper
Size
Scanned Pages
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(page 11-35)
Full Color
(page 11-35)
Black &
White
(page 11-35)
(page 11-35)
System Menu/Counter
key
System/
Network
Network
Setting
TCP/IP
Settings
(Continued from
previous page)
TCP/IP
(page 8-174)
IPv4 Setting
(page 8-175)
IPv6 Setting
(page 8-175)
Bonjour
(page 8-177)
Protocol
Detail
(page 8-181)
WSD-SCAN
(page 8-178)
WSD-PRINT
(page 8-179)
IPSec
(page 8-194)
Secure
Protocol
SSL
(page 8-185)
IPP Security
(page 8-186)
HTTP
Security
(page 8-187)
LDAP
Security
(page 8-189)
SMTP
Security
(page 8-190)
POP3
Security 1
(page 8-192)
POP3
Security 2
(page 8-192)
POP3
Security 3
(page 8-192)
Host Name
LAN Interface
Restart Network
(Continued on next
page)
(Continued
on next page)
Optional
Network
(page 8-184)
Basic
NW InterfaceSend
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(page 8-174)
(page 8-196)
(page 8-208)
System Menu/Counter
key
System/
Network
(Continued from
previous page)
(Continued
from previous
page)
User/Job
Account
I/F Block Set.
USB Host
(page 8-209)
USB Device
(page 8-210)
USB Storage
(page 8-211)
Option I/F 1
(ECOSYS M6026cdn only)
(page 8-213)
Option I/F 2
(ECOSYS M6026cdn and only)
(page 8-213)
Option I/F
(ECOSYS M6526cdn and only)
(page 8-213)
Security Level
(page 8-214)
Restart
(page 8-173)
Op Functions
(page 8-215)
User Login
Set.
User Login
(page 11-3)
Local User List
(page 11-3)
IC Card
Settings
Job
Account.Set.
(Continued
on next page)
(Continued
on next page)
Password
Login
Group Auth.
(page 11-10)
NW User Property
(page 11-11)
Job Accounting
(page 11-13)
AccountingAccess
(page 11-16)
Account. Report
(page 11-33)
Total
Accounting
(Continued on next
page)
Key Login
Printed
Pages
(page 11-29)
Scanned
Pages
(page 11-29)
FAX TX
Pages
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
FAX TX Time
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Counter
Reset
(page 11-29)
Each Job Account
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(page 11-30)
System Menu/Counter
key
User/Job
Account
Job
Account.Set.
(Continued from
previous page)
(Continued
from previous
page)
(Continued
from previous
page)
Common
Settings
Account. List
Default
Setting
(page 11-18)
Apply Limit
(page 11-25)
Copy/Print
Count
(page 11-21)
Counter Limit
(page 11-27)
Unknown ID Job
(page 11-12)
Language
(page 8-3)
Default Screen
(page 8-5)
Sound
Buzzer
Key
Confirmation
(page 8-6)
Job Finish
(page 8-6)
Ready
(page 8-6)
Warning
(page 8-6)
Keyboard
Confirm
(page 8-6)
FAX Speaker
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
FAX Monitor
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Display Bright.
Orig./Paper
Set.
(page 8-7)
Custom Orig.Size
(page 8-8)
Def. Orig. Size
(page 8-10)
Custom PaperSize
(page 8-11)
Custom
PaperSize
Cassette 1
Size
(page 8-13)
Cassette 1
Type
(page 8-13)
Cassette 2
Size
(page 8-13)
Cassette 2
Type
(page 8-13)
Cassette 3
Size
(page 8-13)
Cassette 3
Type
(page 8-13)
Cassette 2
Set.
(Continued on next
page)
(Continued
on next page)
(Continued
on next page)
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Cassette 3
Set.
System Menu/Counter
key
Common
Settings
Orig./Paper
Set.
(Continued from
previous page)
(Continued
from previous
page)
(Continued
from previous
page)
MP Tray Set.
(page 8-16)
MP Tray
Type
(page 8-16)
Media Type Set.
Media for
Auto
(page 8-18)
Full Color
(page 8-23)
Black &
White
(page 8-23)
Def. PaperSource
(page 8-22)
SpcialPaper Act.
(page 8-24)
Preset Limit
(page 8-26)
Measurement
(page 8-27)
Error
Handling
DuplexPaperError
(page 8-28)
PaperMismatchErr
(page 8-28)
Date Setting
Date/Time
(page 8-141)
Date Format
(page 8-143)
Time Zone
(page 8-144)
Summer Time
(page 8-145)
Auto Panel Reset
(page 8-146)
PanelReset Timer
(page 8-147)
Low Power Timer
(page 8-149)
Sleep Level
(models
except for
Europe)
Quick
Recovery
(page 8-150)
Energy Saver
(page 8-150)
Timer Setting
(Continued on next
page)
MP Tray Size
(Continued
on next page)
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Sleep Timer
(page 8-152)
Auto Err. Clear
(page 8-153)
Err. Clear Timer
(page 8-155)
Unusable Time
(page 8-156)
System Menu/Counter
key
Common
Settings
(Continued from
previous page)
(Continued
from previous
page)
Function
Default
Color Selection
(page 8-38)
Scan Resolution
(page 8-37)
FAX Resolution
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Original Image (Copy)
(page 8-34)
Original Image (Send)
(page 8-36)
Zoom
(page 8-41)
Collate
(page 8-45)
Orig.Orientation
(page 8-30)
Backgrnd (Copy)
(page 8-31)
Backgrnd (Send)
(page 8-32)
EcoPrint
(page 8-46)
File Name Entry
(page 8-42)
Subject/Body
(page 8-43)
Con.scan-ExptFAX
(page 8-33)
Con.scan-FAX
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
File Format
(page 8-40)
File Separation
(page 8-49)
JPEG/TIFF Print
(page 8-47)
XPS FitTo Page
(page 8-48)
Detail Setting
(Continued on next
page)
(Continued
on next page)
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2 in 1 Layout
(page 8-50)
4 in 1 Layout
(page 8-51)
Border Line
(page 8-53)
Orig. Binding
(page 8-54)
Finish. Binding
(page 8-56)
Image
Quality
(page 8-57)
Color TIFF
Comp.
(page 8-58)
PDF/A
(page 8-59)
High
Comp.PDF
(page 8-61)
System Menu/Counter
key
Common
Settings
(Continued from
previous page)
(Continued
from previous
page)
Login Operation
(page 8-62)
RAM Disk Setting
(page 8-63)
Format SSD
(page 8-64)
Format SD Card
(page 8-65)
Optional
Memory
Normal
(page 8-66)
Printer Priority
(page 8-66)
Copy Priority
(page 8-66)
JobsDetailStatus
(page 7-2)
Jobs Log
(page 7-8)
FAX Log
(page 7-8)
Disp. Status/
Log
Copy
Printer
(Continued on next
page)
(Continued
on next page)
TonerAlert Level
(page 8-68)
Paper Selection
(page 8-69)
AutoPaperSelect.
(page 8-70)
Auto % Priority
(page 8-71)
DP Read Action
(page 8-72)
Select Key
Set.
Left
(page 8-73)
Right
(page 8-73)
Emulation
Set.
PCL6
(page 8-99)
KPDL
(page 8-101)
KPDL(Auto)
(page 8-101)
Color Setting
(page 8-102)
EcoPrint
(page 8-102)
Override A4/LTR
(page 8-103)
Duplex
(page 8-104)
Copies
(page 8-105)
Orientation
(page 8-107)
Gloss Mode
(page 8-108)
Wide A4
(page 8-109)
FormFeed TimeOut
(page 8-109)
LF Action
(page 8-110)
CR Action
(page 8-111)
Job Name
(page 8-112)
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System Menu/Counter
key
(Continued from
previous page)
Printer
User Name
(page 8-113)
(Continued
from previous
page)
Paper Feed Mode
(page 8-114)
Auto Cass.Change
(page 8-115)
Send
Select Key
Set.
Left
(page 8-75)
Right
(page 8-75)
Destination
Check
Check beforeSend
(page 8-77)
Check New Dest.
(page 8-77)
Default Screen
Send and
Forward
(page 8-78)
Forward
(page 8-79)
Destination
(page 8-80)
FAX
Document
Box
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Custom Box
Detail/Edit
(page 8-94)
File Del. Time
(page 8-96)
Sub Address Box
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Job Box
(page 8-97)
Select Key
Set.
Print
Store
(Continued on next
page)
Edit
Destination
Left
(page 8-83)
Right
(page 8-83)
Left
(page 8-83)
Right
(page 8-83)
Polling Box
(FAX
OPERATION
GUIDE)
Address Book
(page 8-168)
Print List
(page 8-168)
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System Menu/Counter
key
(Continued from
previous page)
Adjust/Maint.
Copy Denst. Adj.
(page 8-123)
Send/Box Density
(page 8-124)
Backgrnd
Density
Copy (Auto)
(page 8-125)
Send/Box (Auto)
(page 8-125)
AutoColorCorrect
(page 8-126)
ColorCalibration
(page 8-126)
Color Regist.
Normal
Detail
Print Chart
(page 8-128)
Adjust
Magenta
(page 8-128)
Adjust Cyan
(page 8-128)
Adjust Yellow
(page 8-128)
Print Chart
(page 8-130)
Adjust
Magenta
(page 8-130)
Adjust Cyan
(page 8-130)
Adjust Yellow
(page 8-130)
Correct. Bk Line
Service
Setting
(page 8-134)
Service Status
Network Status
Test Page
DeveloperSetting
DeveloperRefresh
LaserScanner Cln
(page 8-135)
Drum Refresh
(page 8-136)
Altitude Adj.
(page 8-137)
MC
(page 8-138)
FAX Country Code
FAX Call Set.
Remote Diag.Set.
Remote Diag. ID
Mem.Diagnostics
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(page 8-139)
Environment
The service environmental conditions are as follows:
•
Temperature: 50 to 90.5 °F (10 to 32.5 °C)
•
Humidity: 15 to 80 %
However, adverse environmental conditions may affect the image quality. Avoid the following locations when
selecting a site for the machine.
•
Avoid locations near a window or with exposure to direct sunlight.
•
Avoid locations with vibrations.
•
Avoid locations with drastic temperature fluctuations.
•
Avoid locations with direct exposure to hot or cold air.
•
Avoid poorly ventilated locations.
If the floor is delicate against casters, when this machine is moved after installation, the floor material may be
damaged.
During copying, some ozone is released, but the amount does not cause any ill effect to one’s health. If,
however, the machine is used over a long period of time in a poorly ventilated room or when making an
extremely large number of copies, the smell may become unpleasant. To maintain the appropriate environment
for copy work, it is suggested that the room be properly ventilated.
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Cautions when handling consumables
CAUTION
Do not attempt to incinerate the toner container or the waste toner box. Dangerous sparks may cause
burns.
Keep the toner container and the waste toner box out of the reach of children.
If toner happens to spill from the toner container or the waste toner box, avoid inhalation and
ingestion, as well as contact with your eyes and skin.
•
If you do happen to inhale toner, move to a place with fresh air and gargle thoroughly with a large amount
of water. If coughing develops, contact a physician.
•
If you do happen to ingest toner, rinse your mouth with water and drink 1 or 2 cups of water to dilute the
contents of your stomach. If necessary, contact a physician.
•
If you do happen to get toner in your eyes, flush them thoroughly with water. If there is any remaining
tenderness, contact a physician.
•
If toner does happen to get on your skin, wash with soap and water.
Do not attempt to force open or destroy the toner container or the waste toner box.
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Other precautions
Return the exhausted toner container and waste toner box to your dealer or service representative. The
collected toner container and waste toner box will be recycled or disposed in accordance with the relevant
regulations.
Store the machine while avoiding exposure to direct sunlight.
Store the machine in a place where the temperature stays below 40ºC while avoiding sharp changes of
temperature and humidity.
If the machine will not be used for an extended period of time, remove the paper from the cassette and the Multi
Purpose (MP) Tray, return it to its original package and reseal it.
If using the products with the fax function installed the main power switch is off, transmitting/receiving Fax is
disabled. Do not turn off the main power switch, but press the Energy Saver key on the operation panel to enter
Sleep mode.
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Laser Safety (Europe)
Laser radiation could be hazardous to the human body. For this reason, laser radiation emitted inside this
machine is hermetically sealed within the protective housing and external cover. In the normal operation of the
product by user, no radiation can leak from the machine.
This machine is classified as Class 1 laser product under IEC 60825-1:2007.
Caution: Performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
These labels are attached to the laser scanner unit inside the machine and are not in a user access area.
The label shown below is attached on the rear side of the machine.
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SAFETY OF LASER BEAM (USA)
1. Safety of laser beam
This machine has been certified by the manufacturer to Class 1 level under the radiation performance
standards established by the U.S.DHHS (Department of Health and Human Services) in 1968. This
indicates that the product is safe to use during normal operation and maintenance. The laser optical
system, enclosed in a protective housing and sealed within the external covers, never permits the laser
beam to escape.
2. The CDRH Act
A laser-product-related act was implemented on Aug. 2, 1976, by the Center for Devices and Radiological
Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This act prohibits the sale of laser products in
the U.S. without certification, and applies to laser products manufactured after Aug. 1, 1976. The label shown
below indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the
United States. On this machine, the label is on the rear.
ECOSYS M6026cdn
ECOSYS M6526cdn
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3. Optical unit
When checking the optical unit, avoid direct exposure to the laser beam, which is invisible. Shown at below is
the label located on the cover of the optical unit.
4. Maintenance
For safety of the service personnel, follow the maintenance instructions in the other section of this manual.
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Safety Instructions Regarding the Disconnection of Power (USA)
Caution: The power plug is the main isolation device! Other switches on the equipment are only functional
switches and are not suitable for isolating the equipment from the power source.
Attention: Le débranchement de la fiche secteur est le seul moyen de mettre l’appareil hors tension. Les
interrupteurs sur l’appareil ne sont que des interrupteurs de fonctionnement: ils ne mettent pas l’appareil hors
tension.
WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
•
The use of a non-shielded interface cable with the referenced device is prohibited.
CAUTION — The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions; (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
* The above warning is valid only in the United States of America.
Radio Tag Technology
In some countries the radio tag technology used in this equipment to identify the toner container may be subject to
authorization and the use of this equipment may consequently be restricted.
Other precautions (for users in California, the United States)
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
xxvii
Warranty (USA)
ECOSYS M6026cdn/ECOSYS M6526cdn
MULTIFUNCTIONAL PRODUCT LIMITED WARRANTY
KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc. and KYOCERA Document Solutions Canada, Ltd.
(both referred to as "KYOCERA") warrant the Customer's new Multifunctional Product (referred to
as "MFP"), and the new accessories installed with the initial installation of the MFP, against any
defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year, or 200,000 copies/prints from date of
installation, whichever first occurs. In the event the MFP or an accessory is found to be defective
within the warranty period, KYOCERA's only obligation and the Customer's exclusive remedy shall
be replacement of any defective parts. KYOCERA shall have no obligation to furnish labor.
This warranty covers Maintenance Kits and the components of Maintenance Kits included with the
original MFP for a period of one year or 200,000 copies/prints, whichever first occurs. Maintenance
Kits consist of the developing unit, the drum unit, the transfer belt, and the fixing unit. Replacement
Maintenance Kits have a 90 day Limited Warranty.
This warranty is valid only for the original retail purchaser (referred to as the "Customer") of a new
KYOCERA MFP in the United States of America or Canada, based upon the country of purchase.
In order to obtain performance of this warranty, the Customer must immediately notify the
Authorized KYOCERA Dealer from whom the product was purchased. If the KYOCERA Dealer is
not able to provide service, write to KYOCERA at the address below for the name and address of
the Authorized KYOCERA Dealer in your area, or check KYOCERA's website at
http://www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.com for KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc. or
http://www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.ca for KYOCERA Document Solutions Canada, Ltd.
This warranty does not cover MFPs or accessories which: (a) have become damaged due to
operator negligence, misuse, accidents, improper storage or unusual physical or electrical stress,
(b) have used parts or supplies which are not genuine KYOCERA brand parts or supplies, (c) have
been installed or serviced by a technician not employed by KYOCERA or an Authorized KYOCERA
Dealer, or (d) have had the serial number modified, altered, or removed.
This warranty gives the Customer specific legal rights. The Customer may also have other rights,
which vary from state to state, or province to province. Neither the seller, nor any other person, is
authorized to extend the time period or expand this warranty on behalf of KYOCERA.
THIS WARRANTY IS MADE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND KYOCERA SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO, AND KYOCERA SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR, ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHICH MAY ARISE OUT OF
THE USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THE MFP.
KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.
KYOCERA Document Solutions Canada, Ltd.
225 Sand Road, P.O. Box 40008
Fairfield, New Jersey 07004-0008, USA
6120 Kestrel Rd., Mississauga, ON L5T 1S8,
Canada
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Legal Restriction on Copying/Scanning
•
It may be prohibited to copy/scan copyrighted material without permission of the copyright owner.
•
Copying/Scanning the following items is prohibited and may be penalized by low.
It may not be limited to these items. Do not knowingly copy/scan the items that are not to be copied/
scanned.
Paper money
Bank note
Securities
Stamp
Passport
Certificate
•
Local laws and regulations may prohibit or restrict copying/scanning of other items not mentioned above.
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xxx
Legal and Safety Information
Please read this information before using your machine. This chapter provides information
on the following topics.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Legal Information........................................................ xxxii
Regarding Trade Names ........................................... xxxiii
Energy Saving Control Function............................... xxxvii
Automatic 2-Sided Copy Function ............................ xxxvii
Paper Recycling ....................................................... xxxvii
Energy Star (ENERGY STAR®) Program ................. xxxvii
About this Operation Guide ......................................xxxviii
Conventions in This Guide ........................................ xxxix
xxxi
Legal Information
Copying or other reproduction of all or part of this guide without the prior written consent of Kyocera Document
Solutions Inc. is prohibited.
xxxii
Regarding Trade Names
•
PRESCRIBE and ECOSYS are trademarks of Kyocera Corporation.
•
KPDL is a trademark of Kyocera Corporation.
•
Microsoft, MS-DOS and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.A. and/or
other countries.
•
PCL is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company.
•
Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader and PostScript are trademarks of Adobe Systems, Incorporated.
•
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
•
Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell, Inc.
•
IBM and IBM PC/AT are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
•
Power PC is a trademark of IBM in the U.S.A. and/or other countries.
•
AppleTalk, Bonjour, Macintosh, and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries.
•
TrueType is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
•
TypeBankG-B, TypeBankM-M and Typebank-OCR are trademarks of TypeBank®.
•
All European language fonts installed in this machine are used under licensing agreement with Monotype
Imaging Inc.
•
Helvetica, Palatino and Times are registered trademarks of Linotype-Hell AG.
•
ITC Avant Garde Gothic, ITC Bookman, ITC ZapfChancery and ITC ZapfDingbats are registered
trademarks of International Type-face Corporation.
•
UFST™ MicroType® fonts by Monotype Imaging Inc. are installed in this machine.
•
This machine contains the software having modules developed by Independent JPEG Group.
•
ThinPrint is a trademark of ThinPrint GmbH in Germany and other countries.
All other brands and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.
The designations ™ and ® will not be used in this Operation Guide.
xxxiii
GPL/LGPL
This product contains GPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html) and/or LGPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/
lgpl.html) software as part of its firmware. You can get the source code, and you are permitted to copy,
redistribute and modify it under the terms of GPL/LGPL. For further information including availability of the
source code, visit http://www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.com/gpl/.
OpenSSL License
Copyright (c) 1998-2006 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
1
Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer.
2
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3
All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgment:
“This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http:/
/www.openssl.org/)”
4
The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project” must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written permission.
For written permission, please contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
5
Products derived from this software may not be called “OpenSSL” nor may “OpenSSL” appear in their
names without prior written permission of the OpenSSL Project.
6
Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following acknowledgment: “This product includes
software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)”
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF
USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
xxxiv
Original SSLeay License
Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The implementation was
written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are aheared to.
The following conditions apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code;
not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright
terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Young’s, and as such any Copyright notices in the code are not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution as the author of the parts of the library
used.
This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual) provided
with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
1
Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
2
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3
All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgement:
“This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)”
The word ‘cryptographic’ can be left out if the rouines from the library being used are not cryptographic
related :-).
4
If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the apps directory (application
code) you must include an acknowledgement:
“This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)”
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR
OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
The licence and distribution terms for any publically available version or derivative of this code cannot be
changed. i.e. this code cannot simply be copied and put under another distribution licence [including the GNU
Public Licence.]
xxxv
Monotype Imaging License Agreement
1
Software shall mean the digitally encoded, machine readable, scalable outline data as encoded in a
special format as well as the UFST Software.
2
You agree to accept a non-exclusive license to use the Software to reproduce and display weights, styles
and versions of letters, numerals, characters and symbols (Typefaces) solely for your own customary
business or personal purposes at the address stated on the registration card you return to Monotype
Imaging. Under the terms of this License Agreement, you have the right to use the Fonts on up to three
printers. If you need to have access to the fonts on more than three printers, you need to acquire a multiuser license agreement which can be obtained from Monotype Imaging. Monotype Imaging retains all
rights, title and interest to the Software and Typefaces and no rights are granted to you other than a
License to use the Software on the terms expressly set forth in this Agreement.
3
To protect proprietary rights of Monotype Imaging, you agree to maintain the Software and other
proprietary information concerning the Typefaces in strict confidence and to establish reasonable
procedures regulating access to and use of the Software and Typefaces.
4
You agree not to duplicate or copy the Software or Typefaces, except that you may make one backup
copy. You agree that any such copy shall contain the same proprietary notices as those appearing on the
original.
5
This License shall continue until the last use of the Software and Typefaces, unless sooner terminated.
This License may be terminated by Monotype Imaging if you fail to comply with the terms of this License
and such failure is not remedied within thirty (30) days after notice from Monotype Imaging. When this
License expires or is terminated, you shall either return to Monotype Imaging or destroy all copies of the
Software and Typefaces and documentation as requested.
6
You agree that you will not modify, alter, disassemble, decrypt, reverse engineer or decompile the
Software.
7
Monotype Imaging warrants that for ninety (90) days after delivery, the Software will perform in
accordance with Monotype Imaging-published specifications, and the diskette will be free from defects in
material and workmanship. Monotype Imaging does not warrant that the Software is free from all bugs,
errors and omissions.
The parties agree that all other warranties, expressed or implied, including warranties of fitness for a
particular purpose and merchantability, are excluded.
8
Your exclusive remedy and the sole liability of Monotype Imaging in connection with the Software and
Typefaces is repair or replacement of defective parts, upon their return to Monotype Imaging.
In no event will Monotype Imaging be liable for lost profits, lost data, or any other incidental or
consequential damages, or any damages caused by abuse or misapplication of the Software and
Typefaces.
9
Massachusetts U.S.A. law governs this Agreement.
10 You shall not sublicense, sell, lease, or otherwise transfer the Software and/or Typefaces without the prior
written consent of Monotype Imaging.
11 Use, duplication or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in the Rights in
Technical Data and Computer Software clause at FAR 252-227-7013, subdivision (b)(3)(ii) or
subparagraph (c)(1)(ii), as appropriate. Further use, duplication or disclosure is subject to restrictions
applicable to restricted rights software as set forth in FAR 52.227-19 (c)(2).
12 You acknowledge that you have read this Agreement, understand it, and agree to be bound by its terms
and conditions. Neither party shall be bound by any statement or representation not contained in this
Agreement. No change in this Agreement is effective unless written and signed by properly authorized
representatives of each party. By opening this diskette package, you agree to accept the terms and
conditions of this Agreement.
xxxvi
Energy Saving Control Function
The device comes equipped with a Low Power Mode where energy consumption is reduced after a certain
amount of time elapses since the device was last used, as well as a Sleep where printer and fax functions
remain in a waiting state but power consumption is still reduced to a minimum when there is no activity with the
device within a set amount of time.
Low Power Mode
The device automatically enters Low Power Mode when 1 minute has passed since the device was last used.
The amount of time of no activity that must pass before Low Power Mode is activated may be lengthened. For
more information refer to Low Power Mode on page 2-9.
Sleep
The device automatically enters Sleep when 15 minutes have passed since the device was last used.
Automatic authentication does not take place in sleep mode or energy saver mode. To continue the installation,
press the Energy Saver key to wake the machine from sleep mode or energy saver mode. For more information
see Sleep and Auto Sleep on page 2-9
Automatic 2-Sided Copy Function
This device includes 2-sided copying as a standard function. For example, by copying two 1-sided originals onto
a single sheet of paper as a 2-sided copy, it is possible to lower the amount of paper used. For more information
see Duplex Copying on page 3-15.
Paper Recycling
This device supports the recycled paper which reduces the load on the environment. Your sales or service
representative can provide information about recommended paper types.
Energy Star (ENERGY STAR®) Program
We have determined as a company participating in ENERGY STAR that this product has
earned the ENERGY STAR.
xxxvii
About this Operation Guide
This Operation Guide contains the following chapters.
Chapter 1 - Part Names
Identifies machine parts and operation panel keys.
Chapter 2 - Preparation before Use
Explains adding paper, placing originals, connecting the machine, and necessary configurations before first
use.
Chapter 3 - Basic Operation
Describes the procedures for basic copying, printing and scanning.
Chapter 4 - Copying Functions
Describes the functions you can use when copying.
Chapter 5 - Sending Functions
Describes the functions you can use when sending originals.
Chapter 6 - Document Box
Provides a basic guide to using document boxes.
Chapter 7 - Status / Job Cancel
Explains how to check the job status and job history and how to cancel jobs being printed or waiting to print.
Also explains how to check the remaining paper and device status and how to cancel a transmission
Chapter 8 - Default Setting (System Menu)
Describes the System Menu options for general machine operation.
Chapter 9 - Maintenance
Describes cleaning and toner or waste toner box replacement.
Chapter 10 - Troubleshooting
Explains how to handle error messages, paper jams and other problems.
Chapter 11 - Management
Explains user login administration and job accounting.
Appendix
Explains how to enter characters, and lists the machine specifications.
Introduces the convenient optional equipment available for this machine.
Provides information on media types and paper sizes. Also includes a glossary of terms.
xxxviii
Conventions in This Guide
The following conventions are used depending on the nature of the description.
Convention
Description
Example
Bold
Indicates the operation panel
keys or a computer screen.
Press the Start key.
[Regular]
Indicates a selection item on the
Message Display.
Select [System].
Italic
Indicates a message displayed
on the Message Display.
Ready to copy is displayed.
Used to emphasize a key word,
phrase or references to
additional information.
For details on Network FAX, refer to the
FAX Operation Guide.
Note
Indicates supplemental
information or operations for
reference.
NOTE:
Important
Indicates items that are required
or prohibited so as to avoid
problems.
IMPORTANT:
Indicates what must be
observed to prevent injury or
machine breakdown and how to
deal with it.
CAUTION:
Caution
Underline
A link function allows you to
jump to a related page. Position
the pointer over the underlined
text until the pointer changes to
a hand with appointing finger
( ). Then click the text. (In the
Contents, Index and Menu Map,
the linked areas are not
underlined.)
xxxix
Refer to Contents.
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1 Part Names
This chapter identifies the machine parts and operation panel keys.
•
•
Operation Panel............................................................ 1-2
Machine ........................................................................ 1-4
1-1
Part Names
Operation Panel
Displays the System Menu/Counter menu screen,
where you can check the system settings and
counters.
Displays the Document Box screen, where you
can operate the document box and USB
memory.
Displays the Status screen, where you can
check the status, print a status report, and
pause or cancel the job in process.
Displays the Address Book screen, where you can add, edit and delete destinations.
Calls the previous destination. Also used to enter a pause when entering a
FAX number.*
Displays the Add Destination screen, where you can add
destinations.
Switches between on-hook and off-hook when manually
sending a FAX.*
Displays the Copy
screen, where you can
make settings required
for copying.
Message Display. Check what is
shown here while operating the
machine.
Selects the menu displayed
at the lower right in the
Message Display.
Displays the FAX screen,
where you can send a
FAX.*
Used to register, call and delete
destinations to the one-touch key
numbers (1 to 22).
Selects the menu
displayed at the lower left
in the Message Display.
Displays the Send screen, where
you can send an e-mail, folder
(SMB/FTP) or FAX*.
Shifts to switch the one-touch
key numbers (1 to 11 and 12 to
22).
Indicator is lit while shifted (12
to 22).
Blinks while print data
is being received or
data is transmitted.
Selects auto color mode.
Selects full color mode.
Selects black and white mode.
*
Only on products with the fax function installed.
1-2
Blinks while the
machine is accessing
the memory.
Part Names
1
Clears entered numbers and characters.
Resets settings and displays the basic screen.
Used to select a menu item, move the cursor when
entering characters, change a value, etc.
Puts the machine to sleep or wakes it up.
Selects the chosen item or finalizes the entered
value.
Lit when the machine's
main power is on.
Displays the function menu for copy,
print, transmission and document box.
Ends operation
(logs out) on the
Administration screen.
Numeric keys. Enter
numbers and symbols.
Used to register or recall programs.
Returns the Message Display to the
previous screen.
Cancels the printing job in progress.
Lights or blinks when an error occurs.
Starts copying and scanning operations and processing for
setting operations.
1-3
Part Names
Machine
1
Document Processor
2
Operation Panel
3
Top Tray
4
Paper Stopper
5
Multi Purpose (MP)
Tray
6
Paper Width Guides
7
Support Tray Section
of the Multi Purpose
Tray
8
USB Memory Slot
9
Paper Cassette
10 Paper Gauge
1
2
3
4
5
8
9
6
10
7
11 Main Power Switch
11
12 Lower Feed Cover
12
13 Black Toner Container (K)
14 Magenta Toner Container (M)
15 Cyan Toner Container (C)
17
13
14
15
16
16 Yellow Toner Container (Y)
17 Top Cover
18 Waste Toner Cover
19 Waste Toner Box
18
19
1-4
Part Names
20
21
22
23
1
Fuser Cover
Paper Transfer Unit
Paper Ramp
20
Duplex Unit
21
22
32
24
25
26
27
33
28
29
30
31
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
23
LINE connector*
TEL connector*
USB Interface Connector
USB Memory Slot
Network Interface Connector / Indicators
Option Interface Slot 2
Right Cover
Power Cord Connector
Rear Cover
Rear Cover Lever
* Only on products with the fax function installed (Option Interface Slot 1)
1-5
Part Names
34
35
37
36
38
39
40
42
43
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
41
Original Width Guides
Document Processor Cover
Document Processor Open/Close Handle*
Original Table
Original Stopper
Original Eject Table
Top Cover Lever*
Handles for moving
Platen
*
Slit Glass
To prevent toppling, the top tray and document processor cannot be opened at the same time.
44
45
46
48
47
44
45
46
47
48
Cassette 1
Paper Width Guides
Paper Width Adjusting Tab
Paper Length Guide
Paper Size Dial
1-6
2 Preparation before Use
This chapter explains the preparations before using this equipment for the first time as well
as the procedures for loading papers and originals.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check bundled items .................................................... 2-2
Determining the Connection Method and Preparing Cables ...... 2-3
Connecting Cables ....................................................... 2-5
Power On/Off................................................................ 2-7
Energy Saver Function ................................................. 2-9
Switching the Language for Display [Language] ........ 2-11
Setting Date and Time ................................................ 2-12
Network Setup (LAN Cable Connection) .................... 2-15
Installing Software ...................................................... 2-23
Command Center RX ................................................. 2-36
Loading Paper ............................................................ 2-47
Loading Originals........................................................ 2-65
2-1
Preparation before Use
Check bundled items
Check that the following items have been bundled.
•
Quick Installation Guide
•
Safety Guide
•
Safety Guide (ECOSYS M6026cdn/ECOSYS M6526cdn)
•
DVD (Product Library)
Documents Contained in the Included DVD
The following documents are contained in the included DVD (Product Library). Refer to them as necessary.
Documents
Operation Guide (This Guide)
Fax Operation Guide
Command Center RX User Guide
Printer Driver User Guide
Network FAX Driver Operation Guide
KYOCERA Net Direct Print Operation Guide
KYOCERA Net Viewer User Guide
PRESCRIBE Commands Technical Reference
PRESCRIBE Commands Command Reference
2-2
Preparation before Use
Determining the Connection Method and Preparing Cables
Check the method to connect the equipment to a PC or network, and prepare the necessary cables.
2
Connection Example
Determine the method to connect the equipment to a PC or network by referring to the illustration below.
Connecting a scanner to your PC network with a network
cable (1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T)
Command Center RX
Administrator’s
PC
Network
Network settings, Scanner
default settings, User and
destination registration
Send E-mail
Sends the image data
of scanned originals to
the desired recipient
as a file attached to an
E-mail message.
MFP
Printing
Network
USB
Saves the scanned
image as a data file on
your PC.
Network
Network
Network FAX
Send SMB
Network
Send FTP
Sends the scanned
image as a data file on
the FTP.
FAX
*
Network
FAX
TWAIN Scanning
USB
Only on products with the fax function installed
2-3
Network
WIA Scanning
USB
TWAIN and WIA are
standardized interface
for communication
between software
applications and image
acquisition devices.
Preparation before Use
Preparing Necessary Cables
The following interfaces are available to connect the equipment to a PC. Prepare the necessary cables
according to the interface you use.
Available Standard Interfaces
Function
Interface
Necessary Cable
Printer/Scanner
/TWAIN Scanning/
WIA Scanning/
Network FAX*
Network interface
LAN (10Base-T,
100Base-TX or 1000Base-T
Shielded)
Printer/
TWAIN Scanning/
WIA Scanning
USB interface
USB2.0 compatible cable
(Hi-Speed USB compliant,
Max. 5.0 m, Shielded)
*
Network FAX and FAX functions available only on products with the fax
function installed. For details on Network FAX, refer to the FAX Operation
Guide.
2-4
Preparation before Use
Connecting Cables
Follow the steps below to connect cables to the machine.
1
If the machine power is on, press the Energy
Saver key on the operation panel and make sure
that the message displayed and memory light are
off. Then, press the main power switch to turn off
the power.
2
Connect the machine to the PC or your network
device. When using the network interface, remove
the cap.
3
Remove the Power Cord Connector Cover.
Off
On
1
2
2-5
2
Preparation before Use
4
Connect one end of the supplied power cable to
the machine and the other end to a power outlet.
IMPORTANT: Only use the power cable that comes
with the machine.
5
Replace the Power Cord Connector Cover.
6
Turn the main power switch on. The machine
begins to warm up.
7
When connecting the network cable, configure the
network. For details, refer to Network Setup (LAN
Cable Connection) on page 2-15.
Off
On
2-6
Preparation before Use
Power On/Off
Power On
2
When the main power indicator is lit...
Press the Energy Saver key.
When the main power indicator is off...
Turn the main power switch on.
Off
On
IMPORTANT: When turning off the main power switch,
do not turn on the main power switch again
immediately. Wait more than 5 seconds, and then turn
on the main power switch.
Power Off
Before turning off the main power switch, press the Energy Saver key on the operation panel to off. Make sure
that the memory indicator is off before turning off the main power switch.
Make sure that
the indicator is off.
On
Off
2-7
Preparation before Use
In case of not using the machine for a extended period of time
CAUTION: If this machine will be left unused for an extended period (e.g. overnight), turn it off at the
main power switch. If the machine will not be used for an even longer period of time (e.g. vacation),
remove the power plug from the outlet as a safety precaution. If using the products equipped with the
fax function, note that turning the machine off at the main power switch disables fax transmission and
reception.
IMPORTANT: Remove paper from the cassettes and seal it in the paper storage bag to protect it from humidity.
2-8
Preparation before Use
Energy Saver Function
If a certain period of time elapses after the machine is last used, the machine automatically enters Low Power
Mode to reduce power consumption. If a further period of time elapses without the machine being used, the
machine automatically enters sleep mode, which minimizes power consumption.
Low Power Mode
The message display backlight turn off to reduce the
power consumption. This status is referred to as Low
Power Mode.
If print data is received during Low Power Mode, the
machine automatically wakes up and starts printing.
Also when fax data arrives while the machine is in Low
Power Mode on products with the FAX function
installed, the machine automatically wakes up and
starts printing.
To use the machine, press any key on the operation panel.
The machine will be ready to use within 11 seconds. Note
that ambient environmental conditions, such as ventilation,
may cause the machine to respond more slowly.
For information on the Low Power Mode settings, refer
to Low Power Timer on page 8-149.
NOTE: When a preset time of Low Power Timer and Sleep
Timer is same, Sleep Mode overrides Low Power Mode.
Sleep and Auto Sleep
Sleep
To enter Sleep, press the Energy Saver key. Message
Display and all indicators on the operation panel will go
out to save a maximum amount of power except the
Main Power indicator. This status is referred to as Sleep.
If print data is received during Sleep, the print job is
performed while the Message Display remains unlit.
If you are using the products equipped with the fax
function, received fax data is printed out while the
operation panel also remains unlit.
There are two sleep modes (models except for
Europe): Quick Recovery and Energy Saver. The
default setting is Energy Saver mode.
NOTE: When a preset time of Low Power Timer and Sleep
Timer is same, Sleep Mode overrides Low Power Mode.
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2
Preparation before Use
Auto Sleep
Auto Sleep automatically switches the machine into
Sleep Mode if left idle for 1 minute.
Quick Recovery Mode (models except for Europe)
The recovery from the sleep mode is faster than when
using Energy Saver mode.
The machine recovers quickly when any key on the
operation panel is pressed. The machine also
automatically recovers and prints when a job is
detected.
If print data is received during Sleep, the print job is
performed while the message display remains unlit.
To use the machine, press any key on the operation
panel.
For more information about configuring settings, refer
to Sleep Level (models except for Europe) on page 8150.
Energy Saver Mode (models except for Europe)
This mode reduces power consumption even more
than quick recovery mode, and allows Sleep mode to
be set separately for each function.
To use the machine, press any key on the operation
panel. The machine will be ready to use within 17
seconds.
Note that ambient environmental conditions, such as
ventilation, may cause the machine to respond more
slowly.
For more information on Energy Saver settings, refer to
Sleep Level (models except for Europe) on page 8-150
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Preparation before Use
Switching the Language for Display [Language]
Select the language displayed on the Message Display.
2
Use the procedure below to select the language.
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
7 Copy
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Language:
a b
1
*English
*********************
2 Deutsch
3 Français
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
NOTE: The default settings of the Login User Name
and Login Password are both "2600".
If user management is selected in [Network Setting],
press [Menu] (the Left Select key) to authenticate.
Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for
details on entering characters.
2
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
3
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Language].
5
Press the OK key. Language appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired
language and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Common Settings menu.
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Preparation before Use
Setting Date and Time
Follow the steps below to set the local date and time at the place of installation.
When you send an E-mail using the transmission function, the date and time as set here will be printed in the
header of the E-mail message. Set the date, time and time difference from GMT of the region where the
machine is used.
NOTE: Be sure to set the time difference before setting the date and time.
1
Turn on the main power switch.
2
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
Off
On
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
7 Copy
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
3
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
4
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Date Setting].
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Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
6
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the Login
User Name and Login Password to log in.
7
Press [Login] (the Right Select key). The Date
Setting menu appears.
]
Date Setting:
a b
1
Date/Time
*********************
2 Date Format
3 Time Zone
[ Exit
]
Time Zone:
a b
1
-12:00 Internati
*********************
2 -11:00 UTC-11
3 -10:00 Hawaii
8
Press the  or  key to select [Time Zone].
9
Press the OK key. Time Zone appears.
10 Press the  or  key to select your region and
then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Date Setting menu.
Date Setting:
a b
2 Date Format
3 Time Zone
4
Summer Time
*********************
[ Exit
]
Summer Time:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
11 Press the  or  key to select [Summer Time].
12 Press the OK key. Summer Time appears.
13 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off] and
then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Date Setting menu.
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Date Setting:
a b
1
Date/Time
*********************
2 Date Format
3 Time Zone
[ Exit
]
Date/Time:
a b
Year Month
Day
01
01
2010
(Time Zone:Tokyo
)
14 Press the  or  key to select [Date/Time].
15 Press the OK key. Date/Time appears.
16 Press the  or  key to move the cursor position,
press the  or  key to enter year, month and day,
and then press the OK key.
Date/Time:
a b
Hour
Min. Second
45:
50
11:
(Time Zone:Tokyo
)
Date Setting:
a b
1 Date/Time
2
Date Format
*********************
3 Time Zone
[ Exit
]
Date Format:
a b
1
*Month/Day/Year
*********************
2 Day/Month/Year
3 Year/Month/Day
17 Press the  or  key to move the cursor position,
press the  or  key to enter hours, minutes and
seconds, and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Date Setting menu.
18 Press the  or  key to select [Date Format].
19 Press the OK key. Date Format appears.
20 Press the  or  key to select the desired display
format and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Date Setting menu.
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Network Setup (LAN Cable Connection)
The machine is equipped with network interface, which is compatible with network protocols such as TCP/IP
(IPv4), TCP/IP (IPv6), NetBEUI, and IPSec. It enables network printing on the Windows, Macintosh, UNIX, and
other platforms.
This section explains the TCP/IP (IPv4) Setup procedures. For other network settings, refer to Network
Setup on page 8-174.
NOTE: After all network related settings have been done, turn the machine OFF and ON again. This is
mandatory to make the settings effective!
•
TCP/IP (IPv4) Setup (when an IP address is automatically assigned) ...2-17
•
TCP/IP (IPv4) Setup (by Entering IP Addresses) ...2-17
TCP/IP (IPv4) Setup (when an IP address is automatically assigned)
If an IP address will be automatically assigned, configure the settings below.
NOTE: The [DHCP] and [Auto-IP] settings are enabled by default. Specify the settings below when Network
Setup on page 8-174 have been changed from their default state.
Use the procedure below to setup the TCP/IP (IPv4) setting.
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1
Report
*********************
2 Counter
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
Administrator only.
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
2
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and then press the
OK key.
IMPORTANT: To make the settings, you must have
logged in using a Login User Name with administrator
privileges.
The default settings of the Login User Name and Login
Password are both "2600".
If you have logged in using a Login User Name without
administrator privileges, the screen will display
Administrator only. and return to the login screen.
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2
Preparation before Use
System/Network:
a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
TCP/IP Settings
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
*********************
2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP:
a b
1 Off
2
*On
*********************
3
In the System/Network menu, press the  or 
key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP Settings].
6
Press the OK key. The TCP/IP Settings menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP].
8
Press the OK key. TCP/IP appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the TCP/IP Settings menu.
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1 TCP/IP
2
IPv4 Setting
*********************
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
10 Press the  or  key to select [IPv4 Setting].
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IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
*********************
2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
11 Press the OK key. The IPv4 Setting menu appears.
2
12 Press the  or  key to select [DHCP].
DHCP:
a b
1 Off
2
*On
*********************
13 Press the OK key. DHCP appears.
14 Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the IPv4 Setting menu.
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
*********************
2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
Auto-IP:
a b
1 Off
2
*On
*********************
15 Press the  or  key to select [Auto-IP].
16 Press the OK key. Auto-IP appears.
17 Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the IPv4 Setting menu.
TCP/IP (IPv4) Setup (by Entering IP Addresses)
Set up TCP/IP to connect to the Windows network. Set the IP addresses, subnet masks, and gateway
addresses. The default settings are "TCP/IP Protocol: On, DHCP: On, Auto-IP: On".
NOTE: Before setting an IP address, ask your network administrator if your network environment requires
input of an IP address. If input is necessary, ask your network administrator to obtain an IP address for you.
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Preparation before Use
Use the procedure below to setup the TCP/IP (IPv4) setting.
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1
Report
*********************
2 Counter
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
Administrator only.
2
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and then press the
OK key.
IMPORTANT: To make the settings, you must have
logged in using a Login User Name with administrator
privileges.
The default settings of the Login User Name and Login
Password are both "2600".
If you have logged in using a Login User Name without
administrator privileges, the screen will display
Administrator only. and return to the standby screen.
System/Network:
a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
TCP/IP Settings
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
3
In the System menu, press the  or  key to
select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP Settings].
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TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
*********************
2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP:
a b
1 Off
2
*On
*********************
6
Press the OK key. The TCP/IP Settings menu
appears.
2
7
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP].
8
Press the OK key. TCP/IP appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the TCP/IP Settings menu.
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1 TCP/IP
2
IPv4 Setting
*********************
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
*********************
2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
10 Press the  or  key to select [IPv4 Setting].
11 Press the OK key. The IPv4 Setting menu appears.
12 Press the  or  key to select [DHCP].
DHCP:
a b
1 Off
2
*On
*********************
13 Press the OK key. DHCP appears.
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14 Press the  or  key to select [Off] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the IPv4 Setting menu.
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
*********************
2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
Auto-IP:
a b
1 Off
2
*On
*********************
15 Press the  or  key to select [Auto-IP].
16 Press the OK key. Auto-IP appears.
17 Press the  or  key to select [Off] and then press
the OK key.
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
*********************
2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
IP Address:
a b
18 Press the  or  key to select [IP Address].
19 Press the OK key. IP Address appears.
123.145.167.189
20 Use the arrow keys to enter the IP address.
Press the  or  key to move the cursor position
horizontally.
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to enter
the IP Address. Each 3 digits can be set between
000 and 255.
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Preparation before Use
b
IP Address:
123.145.167.189
IMPORTANT: When the DHCP Setting (page 2-15) is
[On], the current IP address is displayed and cannot be
changed.
When setting an IP address, set the DHCP Setting
(page 2-15) to Off.
21 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the IPv4 Setting menu.
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
*********************
2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
Subnet Mask:
a b
22 Press the  or  key to select [Subnet Mask].
23 Press the OK key. Subnet Mask appears.
123.145.167.189
24 Use the arrow keys to enter the Subnet Mask.
Press the  or  key to move the cursor position
horizontally.
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to enter
the Subnet Mask. Each 3 digits can be set between
000 and 255.
IMPORTANT: When the DHCP Setting (page 2-15) is
[On], the current Subnet Mask is displayed and cannot
be changed.
When setting an Subnet Mask, set the DHCP Setting
(page 2-15) to Off.
25 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the IPv4 Setting menu.
IPv4 Setting:
a b
1
DHCP
*********************
2 Auto-IP
3 IP Address
[ Exit
]
26 Press the  or  key to select [Default Gateway].
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2
Preparation before Use
Default Gateway:
a b
27 Press the OK key. Default Gateway appears.
123.145.167.189
28 Use the arrow keys to enter the Default Gateway.
Press the  or  key to move the cursor position
horizontally.
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to enter
the Default Gateway. Each 3 digits can be set
between 000 and 255.
IMPORTANT: When the DHCP Setting (page 2-15) is
[On], the current Default Gateway is displayed and
cannot be changed.
When setting an Default Gateway, set the DHCP
Setting (page 2-15) to Off.
29 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the IPv4 Setting menu.
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Installing Software
Install appropriate software on your PC from the included DVD (Product Library) if you want to use the printer
function of this machine or perform TWAIN / WIA transmission or Network FAX transmission from your PC.
Software on DVD (Windows)
You can use either [Express Install] or [Custom Install] can be selected for the installation method. [Express
Install] is the standard installation method. To install components that cannot be installed by [Express Install],
use [Custom Install]. For details, refer to Custom Install on page 2-26.
Software
Description
Installation method
●:Standard installation
○:Allows selection of
the components to be
installed
Express
Install
Custom
Install
KX DRIVER
This driver enables files on a computer to be printed
by the machine. Multiple page description languages
(PCL XL, KPDL, etc.) are supported by a single
driver. This printer driver allows you to take full
advantage of the features of the machine.
Use this driver to print PDF files.
●
○
KX XPS DRIVER
This printer driver supports the XPS (XML Paper
Specification) format developed by Microsoft
Corporation.
-
○
KPDL mini-driver/
PCL mini-driver
This is a Microsoft MiniDriver that supports PCL and
KPDL. There are some restrictions on the machine
features and option features that can be used with
this driver.
-
○
Kyocera TWAIN Driver
This driver enables scanning on the machine using a
TWAINcompliant software application.
●
○
Kyocera WIA Driver
WIA (Windows Imaging Acquisition) is a function of
Windows that enables reciprocal communication
between an imaging device such as a scanner and
an image processing software application. An image
can be acquired using a WIA-compliant
software application, which is convenient when a
TWAINcompliant software application is not installed
in the computer.
-
○
FAX Driver
This makes it possible to send a document created
in a computer software application as a fax via the
machine.
-
○
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2
Preparation before Use
Software
Installation method
●:Standard installation
○:Allows selection of
the components to be
installed
Description
Express
Install
Custom
Install
Status Monitor
The Status Monitor shows a print system status
message at the bottom right of the printing screen.
You can also start Command Center RX to check
and change printer settings.
●
○
KYOCERA Net Direct
Print
This makes it possible to print a PDF file without
starting Adobe Acrobat/Reader.
-
○
KYOCERA Net Viewer
This is a utility that enables monitoring of the
machine on the network.
-
○
FONTS
These are display fonts that enable the machine's
built-in fonts to be used in a software application.
●
○
NOTE: Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
When connected by USB cable, Plug and Play is disabled on this device when in Sleep mode. To continue the
installation, press the any key on the operation panel to wake the device from Low Power Mode or Sleep before
continuing.
FAX functions available only on products with the fax function installed.
WIA driver and Printing System (XPS) Driver cannot be installed on Windows XP.
Installing Printer Driver in Windows
Express Install
The following procedure is an example for installing the software in Windows 7 using [Express Install].
For details, refer to Custom Install in the Custom Install on page 2-26.
1
Insert the DVD.
NOTE:
•
Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged
on with administrator privileges.
•
If the "Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard"
dialog box displays, select [Cancel].
•
If the autorun screen is displayed, click [Run setup.exe].
•
If the user account management window appears, click
[Yes] ([Allow]).
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Preparation before Use
2
Display the screen.
2
Click [View License Agreement] and read the
License Agreement.
3
Click [Express Install].
NOTE: To install Status Monitor, it is necessary to
install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 beforehand.
4
You can also select [Use host name for port name]
and set to use the host name of the standard TCP/
IP port. (A USB connection cannot be used.)
NOTE: The machine cannot be detected unless it is on.
If the computer fails to detect the machine, verify that it
is connected to the computer via a network or USB
cable and that it is turned on and click
(Reload).
5
Select the package.
The following software will be installed.
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•
Driver Package
Printing System Driver, Status Monitor, Fonts
•
Scan Package
Kyocera TWAIN Driver
Preparation before Use
6
Click Install.
NOTE: If the Windows security window appears, click
[Install this driver software anyway].
7
Finish the installation.
When "Your software is ready to use" appears,
you can use the software. To print a test page, click
the "Print a test page" checkbox and select the
machine.
Click [Finish] to exit the wizard.
NOTE: When you have selected [Device settings] in Windows XP, the dialog box for device setting will appear
after [Finish] is clicked. Configure the settings for options installed on the machine. Device settings can be
configured after the installation is completed. For details, refer to the Device Settings in the Printing System
Driver User Guide on the DVD.
If a system restart message appears, restart the computer by following the screen prompts. This completes the
printer driver installation procedure.
The TWAIN driver can be installed if the machine and computer are connected via a network.
If you are installing the TWAIN driver, continue by configuring the Setting TWAIN Driver on 2-33.
Custom Install
The following procedure is an example for installing the software in Windows 7 using [Custom Install].
1
Insert the DVD.
NOTE:
•
Installation on Windows must be done by a user logged
on with administrator privileges.
•
If the "Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard"
dialog box displays, select [Cancel].
•
If the autorun screen is displayed, click [Run setup.exe].
•
If the user account management window appears, click
[Yes] ([Allow]).
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Preparation before Use
2
Display the screen.
2
Click [View License Agreement] and read the
License Agreement.
3
Click [Custom Install].
4
Select the device to be installed.
The following buttons can be used.
:
This changes the display to icon and
text display.
: Use this to select multiple items.
:
If the desired device does not appear,
press this button to directly select the
device.
5
Select the driver to be installed.
6
Select the utility to be installed.
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Preparation before Use
7
Click [Install].
NOTE:
•
If the Windows security window appears, click
[Install this driver software anyway].
•
To install Status Monitor, it is necessary to install
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 beforehand.
8
Finish the installation.
When "Your software is ready to use" appears,
you can use the software. To print a test page, click
the "Print a test page" checkbox and select the
machine.
Click [Finish] to exit the wizard.
NOTE: When you have selected [Device settings] in Windows XP, the dialog box for device setting will appear
after [Finish] is clicked. Configure the settings for options installed on the machine. Device settings can be
configured after the installation is completed. For details, refer to the Device Settings in the Printing System
Driver User Guide on the DVD.
If a system restart message appears, restart the computer by following the screen prompts. This completes the
printer driver installation procedure.
The TWAIN driver can be installed if the machine and computer are connected via a network.
If you are installing the TWAIN driver, continue by configuring the Setting TWAIN Driver on page 2-33.
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Preparation before Use
Installing Printer Driver in Macintosh
The machine's printer functionality can be used by a Macintosh computer.
2
NOTE:
•
Installation on MAC OS must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
•
When printing from a Macintosh computer, set the machine's emulation to [KPDL] or [KPDL(Auto)]. For details, refer to
Emuration Set on page 8-99.
•
If connecting by Bonjour, enable Bonjour in the machine's network settings. For details, refer to Bonjour Settings on
page 8-177.
•
In the Authenticate screen, enter the name and password used to log in to the operating system.
1
Insert the DVD.
This section explains how to install the printer
driver in Mac OS.
2
Double-click [Kyocera OS X vx.x] depending on
your Mac OS version.
3
Double-click Kyocera OS X 10.5.
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Preparation before Use
4
The printer driver installation program starts up.
5
Install the printer driver as directed by the
instructions in the installation software.
This completes the printer driver installation.
If a USB connection is used, the machine is
automatically recognized and connected.
If an IP connection is used, the settings below are
required.
6
Click Print & Fax.
7
Click the plus symbol (+) to add the installed printer
driver.
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Preparation before Use
8
Click the IP icon for an IP connection and then
enter the IP address and printer name.
The number entered in "Address" will
automatically appear in "Name". Change if
needed.
NOTE: When using a Bonjour connection, select
[Default] and click the item that appears in "Printer
Name". The driver with the same name as the
machine automatically appears in "Driver".
9
Select the options available for the printer and click
Continue.
10 The selected printer is added.
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Uninstalling the Software
Perform the following procedure to delete the Software from your computer.
NOTE: Uninstallation on Windows must be done by a user logged on with administrator privileges.
1
Click Start button on the Windows and then select
All Programs, Kyocera, and Uninstall Kyocera
Product Library to display the Uninstall Wizard.
2
Place a check in the check box of the software to
be deleted.
Click Uninstall.
If a system restart message appears, restart the
computer by following the screen prompts. This
completes the software uninstallation procedure.
NOTE: The software can also be uninstalled using the
Product Library.
In the Product Library installation screen, click
[Uninstall], and follow the on-screen instructions to
uninstall the software.
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Setting TWAIN Driver
Register this machine to the TWAIN Driver.
1
Select Start button on the Windows, All Programs, Kyocera and then TWAIN Driver Setting. TWAIN
Driver screen appears.
In Windows 8, select Search in charms, Apps, and then TWAIN Driver Setting.
2
Click Add.
3
Enter the machine name in the Name field.
4
Click  next to the Model field and select this machine from the list.
5
Enter the machine's IP address or host name in the Scanner Address.
NOTE: When the machine's IP address is unknown, contact Administrator.
6
Click User Authentication Settings. If user login administration is invalid, go to Step 8.
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7
Select the checkbox beside Authentication, enter Login User Name (up to 64 characters) and Password
(up to 64 characters) and then click OK.
8
Click OK.
9
The machine is registered to the PC and the machine name and model name are displayed in the Scanner
List field.
NOTE: Click Delete to delete the added machine. Click Edit to change names and other settings.
Setting the WIA Driver (Windows Vista™, Windows® Server 2008 and Windows 7)
Register this machine to the WIA Driver.
NOTE: The following is not necessary to register when using the machine possesses an IP address or host
name that you have specified during installation of WIA Driver.
1
Click Start, Control Panel and then Scanners and Cameras. For Windows 7, in the search box, type
scanners and cameras, and then click Scanners and Cameras.
In Windows 8, click Search in charms, and then Settings, and enter "Scanner" in the search box. Click
View scanners and cameras in the search list then the Scanners and Cameras screen appears.
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2
Select the same name as this machine from WIA Drivers, and press Properties.
2
NOTE: If Windows Security and User Account Control are displayed, no trouble should be found with
operation after installing the driver and software we have provided. Continue installation.
3
When the machine is connected with the USB cable, click the Settings tab and select Image
Compression and the Compression Level. If user login administration is invalid, go to Step 5.
When the machine is connected with the network cable, go to Step 4.
4
Select the checkbox beside Authentication, enter Login User Name (up to 64 characters) and Password
(up to 64 characters) and then click OK.
NOTE: When the machine's IP address is unknown, contact Administrator.
5
Click Close.
The machine is registered to the PC.
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Command Center RX
If the machine is connected to the network, you can configure various settings using Command Center RX. This
section explains how to access Command Center RX, and how to change security settings and the host name.
For details on Command Center RX, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
NOTE: To fully access the features of the Command Center RX pages, enter the User Name and Password
and click [Login]. Entering the predefined administrator password allows the user to access all pages,
including Document Box, Address Book, and Settings on the navigation menu. The factory default setting for
the default user with administrator privileges is shown below.
Login User Name
Admin
Login Password
Admin
* Upper case and lower case letters are distinguished (case sensitive).
Settings that the administrator and general users can configure in Command Center RX are as follows.
Setting
Description
Administrator
General
User
Device Information
The machine's structure can be checked,.
Configuration, Counter, About Command Center RX
○
○
Job Status
Displays all device information, including print and scan
jobs, storing jobs, scheduled jobs, and job log history.
Printing Jobs Status, Printing Job Log, Sending Job
Status, Scheduled Jobs, Sending Job Log, Storing
Job Status, Storing Job Log
○
○
Document Box
Add or delete document boxes, or delete documents
within a document box.
Custom Box*1, Sub Address Box*2, Polling Box*2,
Job Box Settings
○
○*3
Address Book
Create, edit, or delete addresses and address groups.
Machine Address Book, External Address Book
Settings, One Touch Key
○
○*3
Device Settings
Configure the advanced settings of the machine.
Paper/Feed/Output, Original Settings,
Energy Saver/Timer, Date/Time, System
○
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Function Settings
Configure the advanced function settings.
Common/Job Defaults, Copy, Printer, E-mail,
Scan to Folder, FAX*2, Send and Forward,
Forward Rules*2, Operation Panel
○
-
Network Settings
Configure the network advanced settings.
General, TCP/IP, Protocol
○
-
Security Settings
Configure the security advanced settings.
Device Security, Send Security, Network Security,
Certificates
○
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Setting
Management
Settings
Description
Configure the advanced management settings.
Job Accounting, Authentication, ID Card*4,
Notification/Report, History Settings, SNMP, Reset
Administrator
General
User
○
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*1 This is displayed when the optional SSD is installed.
*2 The fax function only shows ECOSYS M6526cdn.
*3 The logged in user may not be able to configure some settings, depending on the permissions of the user.
*4 This is displayed when the optional Card Authentication Kit is installed.
NOTE: Here, information on the FAX settings has been omitted. For more information on using the FAX, refer
to the FAX Operation Guide.
Accessing Command Center RX
1
Launch your Web browser.
2
In the address or location bar, enter the machine's IP address or the host name.
Examples: https://192.168.48.21/ (for IP address)
https://MFP001 (if the host name is "MFP001")
The web page displays basic information about the machine and Command Center RX as well as their
current status.
NOTE: If the screen “There is a problem with this website's security certificate.” is displayed, configure the
certificate. For details on Certificates, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
You can also continue the operation without configuring the certificate.
3
Select a category from the navigation bar on the left of the screen. When you log in to the machine as an
administrator, you will see Device Settings, Function Settings, Network Settings, Security Settings,
and Management Settings.
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Changing Security Settings
This section explains how to change the security settings.
1
Access Command Center RX by referring to Accessing Command Center RX on page 2-37.
2
From the Security Settings menu, select the setting you want to configure. The configurable settings are
Device Security, Send Security, Network Security, and Certificates.
NOTE: The configurable settings within Device Security, Send Security, and Network Security can also be
configured from the machine's System Menu.
For details, see Default Setting (System Menu) on page 8-1. For details on settings related to certificates, refer
to the Command Center RX User Guide.
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Changing Device Information
Change the device information of the machine.
1
Access Command Center RX by referring to Accessing Command Center RX on page 2-37.
2
From the Device Settings menu, select System.
3
Enter the device information, and then click Submit.
IMPORTANT: After changing the setting, restart the network or turn the machine OFF and then ON. To restart
the network interface card, click Reset in the Management Settings menu, and then click Restart Network in
“Restart”.
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E-mail settings
By configuring the SMTP settings, you can send E-mail notifications on completed jobs.
To use this function, this machine must be connected to a mail server using the SMTP protocol.
In addition, check the following.
•
•
•
The network environment used to connect this machine to the mail server
A full-time connection via a LAN is recommended.
SMTP settings
Use Command Center RX to register the IP address or host name of the SMTP server.
If limits have been set on the size of E-mail messages, it may not be possible to send very large E-mails.
The procedure for specifying the SMTP settings is explained below.
1
Access Command Center RX by referring to Accessing Command Center RX on page 2-37.
2
From the Function Settings menu, click E-mail.
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3
Enter the appropriate values to each field.
Setting
SMTP
Description
Set to send e-mail from the machine.
SMTP Protocol
Set SMTP protocol. Set the "SMTP (E-mail TX)" setting to [On] on the
[Protocol Settings] page.
SMTP Server
Name
Enter the host name or IP address of the SMTP server.
SMTP Port
Number
Specify the port number to be used for SMTP. Use the SMTP default port
25.
SMTP Server
Timeout
Set the amount of time to wait before time-out in seconds.
Authentication
Protocol
Set whether SMTP authentication is used. To use authentication, enter the
user information for authentication.
SMTP Security
Set SMTP security.
Turn on "SMTP Security" in "SMTP (E-mail TX)" on the [Protocol Settings]
page.
POP before
SMTP Timeout
Specify the time in seconds until the connection to the POP server times
outs. This can be set when [POP before SMTP] is selected in
"Authentication Protocol".
Connection Test
Tests to confirm that the settings are correct.
Domain
Restriction
Set whether or not domains are restricted. Click the [Domain List] and enter
the domain names of addresses to be allowed or rejected. Restriction can
also be specified by e-mail address.
POP3
Set to receive e-mail at the machine.
POP3 Protocol
Set POP3 protocol. Set the "POP3 (E-mail RX)" setting to [On] on the
[Protocol Settings] page.
Check Interval
Specify the interval for checking for incoming e-mail in minutes.
Run once now
Click [Receive] to connect to the POP3 server immediately and check for
incoming E-mails.
Domain
Restriction
Set whether or not domains are restricted. Click the [Domain List] and enter
the domain names of addresses to be allowed or rejected. Restriction can
also be specified by e-mail address.
POP3 User
Settings
Configure the settings for POP3 user accounts and the POP3 server. You
can configure up to three users.
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Setting
E-mail
Send
Settings
4
Description
E-mail Size
Limit
Enter the maximum size of E-mail that can be sent in kilobytes. When Email size is greater than this value, an error message appears and E-mail
sending is cancelled. Use this setting if you have set E-mail Size Limit for
SMTP server. If not, enter a value of 0 (zero) to enable E-mail sending
regardless of the size limit.
Sender Address
Enter the E-mail address of the person responsible for the machine, such
as the machine administrator, so that a reply or non-delivery report will go
to a person rather than to the machine. The sender address must be
entered correctly for SMTP authentication. The maximum length of the
sender address is 128 characters.
Signature
Enter the signature. The signature is free form text that will appear at the
end of the E-mail body. It is often used for further identification of the
machine. The maximum length of the signature is 512 characters.
Function
Defaults
Change the function default settings in [Common/Job Default Settings]
page.
Click Submit.
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Registering Destinations
You can register destinations to the machine's Address Book, from Command Center RX.
1
Access Command Center RX by referring to Accessing Command Center RX on page 2-37.
2
From the Address Book menu, click Machine Address Book.
3
Click Add.
4
Enter the destination information.
Enter the information for the destination you want to register. The fields to populate are the same as when
registering via operation panel.
Registering Editing Destination (Address Book/Adding One-Touch Keys) on page 8-158
5
Click Submit.
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Registering a Custom Box
You can register a custom box from Command Center RX.
1
Access Command Center RX by referring to Accessing Command Center RX on page 2-37.
2
From the Document Box menu, click Custom Box.
3
Click Add.
4
Enter the box details.
Enter the information for the custom box you want to register. The fields to populate are the same as when
registering on the machine. For details, refer to Editing a Destination on page 8-168.
5
Click Submit.
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Printing a document stored in a Custom Box
A document stored in a Custom Box can be printed from Command Center RX.
1
Access Command Center RX by referring to Accessing Command Center RX on page 2-37.
2
From the Document Box menu, click Custom Box.
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3
Click the number or name of the Custom Box in which the document is stored.
4
Select the document you wish to print.
Select the checkbox of the document to be printed.
5
Click Print.
For settings that are configurable, refer to Command Center RX User Guide.
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Loading Paper
Paper can be loaded standardly in the cassette 1 and the multi purpose tray. A paper feeder is also available
as an option (refer to Optional Equipment on Appendix-2).
Before Loading Paper
When you open a new package of paper, fan the sheets
to separate them slightly prior to loading in the following
steps.
1
Bend the whole set of sheets to swell them in the
middle.
2
Hold the stack at both ends and stretch it while
keeping the entire stack swelled.
3
Raise the right and left hands alternately to create
a gap and feed air between the papers.
4
Finally, align the papers on a level, flat table.
If the paper is curled or folded, straighten it before
loading. Paper that is curled or folded may cause a
jam.
CAUTION: If you copy onto used paper (paper
already used for copying), do not use paper that is
stapled or clipped together. This may damage the
machine or cause poor image quality.
NOTE: If printouts are curled or not neatly stapled,
turn the stack in the cassette upside down.
Avoid exposing opened paper to high
temperatures and high humidity as dampness can
be a cause of problems. Seal any remaining paper
after loading in the multi purpose tray or cassettes
back in the paper storage bag.
If the machine will not be used for a prolonged
period, protect all paper from humidity by removing
it from the cassettes and sealing it in the paper
storage bag.
NOTE: If you use special paper such as letterhead,
paper with holes or paper with pre-prints like logo or
company name, refer to Paper on Appendix-13.
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Loading Paper in the Cassettes
The standard cassette 1 will hold plain paper, recycled paper or color paper.
The standard cassette holds up to 250 sheets of Legal or smaller plain paper (80 g/m2).
The following paper sizes are supported: A4, A5, A6, B5, Legal, Letter, Other (Folio, Oficio II, Executive,
Statement, ISO B5, 16K, 216x340mm and Envelope C5)
IMPORTANT:
•
You should not use inkjet printer paper or any paper with a special surface coating. (Such papers may
cause paper jams or other faults.)
•
When using media types other than plain paper (such as recycled or colored paper), always specify the
media type setting. (Refer to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassette 1 on page 2-57)
The cassettes can hold paper with weights up to 163 g/m2.
•
Do not load thick paper that is heavier than 163 g/m2 in the cassettes. Use the multi purpose tray for paper
that is heavier than 163 g/m2.
1
Pull the cassette completely out of the machine.
IMPORTANT: When pulling the cassette out of the
machine, ensure it is supported and does not fall out.
2
Turn the Paper Size Dial until the paper size you
are using is visible. The paper size set here is
recognized by the machine.
IMPORTANT: To use a paper size that does not
appear on the paper size dial, set the paper size dial to
"Other". The paper size must also be set from the
operation panel. For details, see Specifying Paper Size
and Media on page 2-57.
3
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located on the left and right sides of the cassette.
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NOTE: Paper sizes are marked on the cassette.
2
4
Adjust the paper length guide to the paper size
required.
5
Load the paper in the cassette. Ensure the side to
be printed is facing up and the paper is not folded,
curled, or damaged.
IMPORTANT: Do not load paper above the triangle
mark located on the width guide.
•
Before loading the paper, be sure that it is not
curled or folded. Paper that is curled or folded may
cause paper jams.
•
Ensure that the loaded paper does not exceed the
level indicator (see illustration below).
•
When loading the paper, keep the side that was
closest the package seal facing up.
•
The paper length and width guides must be
adjusted to the paper size. Loading the paper
without adjusting these guides may cause skewed
feeding and paper jams.
•
Be sure that the paper length and width guides rest
securely against the paper. If there is a gap,
readjust the guides to fit the paper.
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6
Insert the paper cassette into the slot in the
machine. Push it straight in as far as it will go.
There is a paper gauge on the right side of the front
of the paper cassette to indicate the remaining
paper supply. When paper is exhausted, the
pointer will go down to the level of (empty).
NOTE: If the machine will not be used for a prolonged
period, protect all paper from humidity by removing it
from the cassettes and sealing it in the paper storage
bag.
IMPORTANT: When pulling out the cassette from the
machine, confirm there is no paper left in the machine.
Be sure that the paper is properly set in the cassette.
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Select the media type (plain, recycled, etc.) loaded
in the cassette. (Refer to Specifying Paper Size
and Media Type for the Cassette 1 on page 2-57.)
Preparation before Use
Loading Paper in the Multi Purpose Tray
The multi purpose tray will hold up to 50 sheets of Legal or smaller plain paper (80 g/m2).
The multi purpose tray accepts paper sizes from A4 to A6 and Hagaki and from Legal to Statement-R,
216x340mm, and 16K. Be sure to use the multi purpose tray when you print on any special paper.
IMPORTANT: When using media types other than plain paper (such as recycled or colored paper), always
specify the media type setting. (Refer to Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray on
page 2-62.) If you are using a paper weight of 106 g/m2 or more, set the media type to Thick.
The capacity of the multi purpose tray is as follows.
•
A4 or smaller plain paper (80 g/m2), recycled paper or color paper: 50 sheets
•
Hagaki: 15 sheets
•
OHP film: 1 sheet
•
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Envelope #10 (Commercial #10), Envelope #9 (Commercial #9), Envelope #6
(Commercial #6 3/4), Monarch, Youkei 4, Youkei 2: 5 sheets
NOTE: When you load custom size paper, enter the paper size by referring to Specifying Paper Size and
Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray on page 2-62.
When you use special paper such as transparencies or thick paper, select the media type by referring to
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray on page 2-62.
1
Pull the Multi Purpose tray towards you until it
stops.
2
When using legal size paper, pull out the support
tray section of the multi purpose tray.
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3
Adjust the position of the paper width guides on the
Multi Purpose tray. Standard paper sizes are
marked on the Multi Purpose tray. For standard
paper sizes, slide the paper width guides to the
corresponding mark.
4
Align the paper with the paper guides and insert as
far as it will go.
IMPORTANT: Keep the side that was closest the
package seal facing up.
Curled paper must be uncurled before use.
Straighten the top edge if it is curled.
When loading paper into the multi purpose tray, check
that there is no paper left over in the tray from a
previous job before loading the paper. If there is just a
small amount of paper left over in the multi purpose tray
and you want to add more, first remove the left-over
paper from the tray and include it with the new paper
before loading the paper back into the tray.
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Loading Envelopes or Hagaki
5 envelopes may be loaded in the multi purpose tray.
Acceptable envelope and Hagaki sizes are as follows.
2
Acceptable Envelope
Size
Hagaki
148×100 (mm)
Oufuku Hagaki
148×200 (mm)
Youkei 2
162×114 (mm)
Youkei 4
235×105 (mm)
Monarch
3 7/8"×7 1/2"
Envelope #10 (Commercial #10)
4 1/8"×9 1/2"
Envelope DL
110×220 (mm)
Envelope C5
162×229 (mm)
Executive
7 1/4"×10 1/2"
Envelope #9 (Commercial #9)
3 7/8"×8 7/8"
Envelope #6 (Commercial #6 3/4)
3 5/8"×6 1/2"
ISO B5
176×250 (mm)
1
Pull the Multi Purpose tray towards you until it
stops.
2
When using legal size paper, pull out the support
tray section of the multi purpose tray.
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3
Adjust the position of the paper width guides on the
Multi Purpose tray.
4
Align the paper with the paper width guides and
insert as far as it will go.
5
For landscape form envelopes, close the flap.
Insert the envelope all the way along the width
guides, keeping the printing side face-up and the
edge with the flap left.
For portrait form envelopes, open the flap. Insert
the envelope all the way along the width guides,
keeping the printing side face-up and the edge with
the flap facing the front side.
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When you load envelopes or cardstock in the multi purpose tray
Load envelope with the print side facing up.
2
Close the flap.
Return postcard
(Oufuku Hagaki)
Cardstock
(Hagaki)
Open the flap.
Portrait
Landscape
form
form
envelopes envelopes
NOTE: Use unfolded return postcard (Oufuku Hagaki).
IMPORTANT: How to load envelopes (orientation and facing) will differ depending on the type of envelope. Be
sure to load it in correctly, otherwise printing may be done in the wrong direction or on the wrong face.
IMPORTANT: If the Cardstock is warped, press on the
warped area before putting it in the multi purpose tray.
NOTE: When you load envelopes in the multi purpose tray, select the envelope type by referring to Specifying
Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray on page 2-62.
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Paper stopper
To use the sheet ejection stopper, open as shown below. (Example: Legal)
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Specifying Paper Size and Media
The default paper size setting for cassette 1, for multi purpose tray and for the optional paper feeder (cassettes
2 and 3) is [Letter], and the default media type setting is [Plain].
To set the paper used in the cassette 1 when the paper is a frequently used paper, set the paper size using the
paper size dial as described in Loading Paper in the Cassettes on page 2-48, and then set the paper type as
described in Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassette 1 on page 2-57. If the paper does not appear
on the paper size dial, set the paper size dial to "Other" as described in Loading Paper in the Cassettes on page
2-48, and then set the paper size and paper type as described in Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the
Cassette 1 on page 2-57
To fix the type of paper to be used in multi purpose tray, specify the paper size setting. (Refer to Specifying
Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray on page 2-62.)
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Cassette 1
To fix the type of paper to be used in cassette 1 or the optional paper feeder (cassettes 2 and 3), specify the
paper size. Also, you use a media type other than plain paper, specify the media type setting.
The available paper sizes and media types are shown in the table below.
Cassette 1
Selection Item
Selectable Size/Type
Paper Size
Inch size: Letter, Legal, Statement and Oficio II
Metric size: A4, A5, A6, B5, Folio, 216x340mm,
16K, ISO B5, Executive, Envelope C5 and Custom*
Media Type
Plain, Recycled, Preprinted, Bond, Color, Rough,
Prepunched, Letterhead, Thick (163 g/m2 or less),
High Quality and Custom 1~8,
Paper feeder
Selection Item
Selectable Size/Type
Paper Size
Inch size: Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive,
and Oficio II
Metric size: A4, A5, B5, Folio, 216x340mm, 16K,
ISO B5, Envelope #10 (Commercial #10),
Envelope #9 (Commercial #9), Envelope #6
(Commercial #6 3/4), Envelope Monarch,
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Oufuku Hagaki,
Youkei 4, Youkei 2, Custom*
Media Type
Plain, Labels**, Recycled, Preprinted***, Bond, Rough,
Cardstock**, Color, Prepunched***, Letterhead***,
Envelope**, Coated**, Thick (163 g/m2 or less),
Thick** (163 g/m2 and more), High Quality and Custom 1~8
* For instructions on how to specify the custom paper size, refer to Original/Paper Settings on page 8-8.
** Only on products with the paper feeder (multi purpose) installed.
*** To print on preprinted or prepunched paper or on letterhead, refer to Special Paper Action on page 8-24.
NOTE: To change to a media type other than Plain, refer to Paper Weight on page 8-18.
If using the products equipped with the fax function, the available media types for printing received faxes are
as shown below.
Plain, Labels, Recycled, Bond, Color, Rough, Envelope, Cardstock, Coated, Thick, High Quality and Custom
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When the paper size appears on the paper size dial
1
Turn the paper size dial to set the paper size.
2
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
7 Copy
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
3
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
4
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
6
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
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7
Press the  or  key to select from [Cassette 1
Set.] to [Cassette 3 Set.].
NOTE: [Cassette 2 Set.] and [Cassette 3 Set.] are
shown when the optional cassettes are installed.
Follow the steps below when you select the main
unit cassette (Cassette 1). Operate in a similar
fashion when you select an optional cassette
(Cassette 2 or 3).
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1
Cassette 1 Type
*********************
[
Exit
8
Press the OK key. The Cassette 1 Set. menu
appears.
9
Select [Cassette 1 Type].
]
Cassette 1 Type: a b
1
*Plain
*********************
2 Rough
3 Recycled
10 Press the OK key. Cassette 1 Type appears.
11 Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
type and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Cassette 1 Set. menu.
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When the paper size does not appear on the paper size dial
1
Turn the paper size dial to set "Other".
2
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
7 Copy
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
3
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
4
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
6
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
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Preparation before Use
7
Press the  or  key to select from [Cassette 1
Set.] to [Cassette 3 Set.].
NOTE: [Cassette 2] and [Cassette 3] are shown when
the optional cassettes are installed.
Follow the steps below when you select the main
unit cassette (Cassette 1). Operate in a similar
fashion when you select an optional cassette
(Cassette 2 or 3).
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1
Cassette 1 Size
*********************
2 Cassette 1 Type
[
Exit
8
Press the OK key. The Cassette 1 Set. menu
appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Cassette 1 Size].
]
NOTE: When the Paper Size Dial on the cassette is
set to a standard paper size, this setting does not
appear.
Cassette 1 Size: a b
1
*Lettera
*********************
2 Legala
3 Statementa
10 Press the OK key. Cassette 1 Size appears.
11 Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
size and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Cassette 1 Set. menu.
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1 Cassette 1 Size
2
Cassette 1 Type
*********************
[
Exit
12 Press the  or  key to select [Cassette 1 Type].
]
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2
Preparation before Use
Cassette 1 Type: a b
1
*Plain
*********************
2 Rough
3 Recycled
13 Press the OK key. Cassette 1 Type appears.
14 Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
type and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Cassette 1 Set. menu.
Specifying Paper Size and Media Type for the Multi Purpose Tray
To fix the type of paper to be used in the multi purpose tray, specify the paper size. When using other than a
plain paper, specify the media type.
The available paper sizes and media types are shown in the table below.
Item
Paper
Size
Standard
Sizes
Media Type
*
**
Description
Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive, Oficio II,
A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, Folio, 216x340 mm, 16K,
ISO B5, Envelope #10, Envelope #9,
Envelope #6, Envelope Monarch, Envelope DL,
Envelope C5, Hagaki, Oufuku Hagaki, Youkei 4,
Youkei 2, Custom*
Plain (105 g/m2 or less), Transparency, Rough,
Vellum (63 g/m2 or less), Labels, Recycled,
Preprinted**, Bond, Cardstock, Color,
Prepunched**, Letterhead**, Envelope, Coated,
Thick (106 g/m2 and more), High Quality,
Custom 1-8**
Refer to Adding a Custom Size and Media Type for Paper to Print on
page 8-11 for selecting Custom Paper Size.
Refer to Paper Weight on page 8-18 for selecting Custom 1- 8 from
Media Type.
To print on preprinted or prepunched paper or on letterhead, refer to
Special Paper Action on page 8-24.
NOTE: To change to a media type other than Plain, refer to Paper Weight on page 8-18
If using the products equipped with the fax function and the multi purpose tray is used to print a received FAX,
the available media types are as shown below.
Plain, Labels, Recycled, Bond, Vellum, Color, Rough, Envelope, Cardstock, Coated, Thick, High Quality and
Custom
2-62
Preparation before Use
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
7 Copy
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
MP Tray Set.:
a b
1
MP Tray Size
*********************
2 MP Tray Type
[
Exit
2
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
3
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
5
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [MP Tray Set.].
7
Press the OK key. The MP Tray Set. menu
appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [MP Tray Size].
]
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2
Preparation before Use
MP Tray Size:
a b
1
*Lettera
*********************
2 Legala
3 Statementa
MP Tray Size:
a b
>
*ISO
B5a
*********************
? Envelope #10
@ Envelope #9
MP Tray Set.:
a b
1 MP Tray Size
2
MP Tray Type
*********************
[
Exit
9
Press the OK key. MP Tray Size appears.
10 Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
size and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the MP Tray Set. menu.
11 Press the  or  key to select [MP Tray Type].
]
MP Tray Type:
a b
1
*Plain
*********************
2 Transparency
3 Rough
12 Press the OK key. MP Tray Type appears.
13 Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
type and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the MP Tray Set. menu.
2-64
Preparation before Use
Loading Originals
Follow the steps below to load originals for copying, sending or storing.
2
Placing Originals on the Platen
You may place books or magazines on the platen in addition to ordinary sheet originals.
1
Open the document processor.
NOTE: Before opening the document processor, be
sure that there are no originals left on the original table
or on the original eject table. Originals left on the
original table or on the original eject table may fall off
when the document processor is opened.
Keep the document processor open if the original is 25
mm or thicker.
2
Place the original. Put the scanning side facedown
and align it flush against the original size indicator
plates with the back left corner as the reference
point.
3
Close the document processor.
IMPORTANT: Do not push the document processor
forcefully when you close it. Excessive pressure may
crack the platen glass.
Do not close the document processor when the original
is 25 mm or thicker. The connector of the document
processor will be removed form the machine.
NOTE: Shadows may be produced around the edges
and in the middle of open-faced originals.
CAUTION: Do not leave the document processor
open as there is a danger of personal injury.
2-65
Preparation before Use
Loading Originals in the Document Processor
The document processor automatically scans each sheet of multiple originals. Both sides of two-sided originals
are scanned.
Part Names of the Document Processor
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1) Document processor cover
(2) Original width guides
(3) Original table
(4) Original eject table
(5) Original stopper
(6) Document processor open/close handle
(6)
Originals Supported by the Document Processor
The document processor supports the following types of originals.
Weight
50 to 120 g/m2 (duplex: 50 to 110 g/m2)
Size
Maximum A4 to Minimum A5
Maximum Legal to Minimum Statement
Capacity
Plain paper, Colored paper, Recycled paper,
High quality paper: 50 sheets
Thick paper (110 g/m2): 36 sheets
Thick paper (120 g/m2): 33 sheets
Art paper: 1 sheet
Originals Not Supported by the Document Processor
Do not use the document processor for the following types of originals.
•
Soft originals such as vinyl sheets
•
Transparencies such as OHP film
•
Carbon paper
•
Originals with very slippery surfaces
•
Originals with adhesive tape or glue
•
Wet originals
•
Originals with correction fluid which is not dried
•
Irregularly shaped (non-rectangular) originals
•
Originals with cut-out sections
•
Crumpled paper
•
Originals with folds (Straighten the folds before loading. Failure to do so may cause the originals to jam).
•
Originals bound with clips or staples (Remove the clips or staples and straighten curls, wrinkles or creases
before loading. Failure to do so may cause the originals to jam).
2-66
Preparation before Use
How to Load Originals
IMPORTANT: Before loading originals, be sure that there are no originals left on the original eject table.
Originals left on the original eject table may cause the new originals to jam.
1
Adjust the original width guides to fit the originals.
2
Place the originals. Put the side to be scanned (or
the first side of two-sided originals) face-up. Slide
the leading edge into the document processor as
far as it will go.
IMPORTANT: Confirm that the original width guides
exactly fit the originals. If there is a gap, readjust the
original width guides. The gap may cause the originals
to jam.
Ensure that loaded originals do not exceed the
level indicator. Exceeding the maximum level may
cause the originals to jam (see the figure).
Originals with punched holes or perforated lines
should be placed in such a way that the holes or
perforations will be scanned last (not first).
NOTE: When the original has been inserted to the
correct position, an automatic document feeder image
will appear in the message display.
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2
Preparation before Use
2-68
3 Basic Operation
This chapter explains the following operations.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Login/Logout................................................................. 3-2
One-Touch Keys and Program Keys ............................ 3-3
Message Display .......................................................... 3-6
Copying ........................................................................ 3-7
Printing - Printing from Applications ........................... 3-21
Sending ...................................................................... 3-24
Preparation for sending a document to a PC ............. 3-31
Confirm Destination Screen ....................................... 3-40
Specifying Destination ................................................ 3-41
Scanning using TWAIN .............................................. 3-45
Canceling Jobs ........................................................... 3-46
Checking Remaining Toner and Paper....................... 3-47
3-1
Basic Operation
Login/Logout
If user login administration is enabled, it is necessary to enter the Login User Name and Login Password to use
the machine.
NOTE: You will be unable to log in if you forget your Login User Name or Login Password. In this event, log in
with administrator privileges and change your Login User Name or Login Password.
By default, one of each default user with machine administrator rights and administrator privileges is already
stored. The following are the default user's properties.
User Name:
Login User Name:
Login Password:
Access Level:
DeviceAdmin
2600
2600
Administrator
It is recommended to periodically change the user name, Login User Name and Login Password regularly for
your security.
Login
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
1
If the screen shown appears during operations,
enter the Login User Name.
2
Press the  key. The input cursor moves to Login
Password.
3
Enter the Login Password.
]
Press the  key to move the input cursor to Login
User Name.
4
Check the Login User Name and Login Password
are correct, and press [Login] (the Right Select
key).
Logout
To logout from the machine, press the Logout to return
to the Login User Name/password entry screen.
3-2
Basic Operation
One-Touch Keys and Program Keys
The one-touch keys and program keys on the operation panel are described below.
One-Touch Key
Register destinations to one-touch keys, and you can enter the desired destination by pressing the applicable
one-touch key. For registering a destination to a one-touch key, refer to Adding a Destination on One-touch
Key on page 8-170.
Entering Destination with One-touch Key
Address Entry:
*
[
ABC
Text
B b
1
In Address Entry, press the one-touch key where
the desired destination is registered.
Recalling from One-touch Keys 1 to 11
Press the one-touch key where the destination is
registered.
]
Recalling from One-touch Keys 12 to 22
Press the Shift Lock key to turn on the indicator
next to the keys, and then press the one-touch
key where the destination is registered.
Ready to send.
Dest.: 1
p :sally@kyoceradocuN
1-sided
300x300dpi
[ Duplex ] [ScanRes.]
2
Complete. appears, and the stored address is
retrieved.
Program Keys
Settings of various functions frequently used for copying and sending can be collectively registered as a
program. Then, you can change the current settings of various functions to the registered settings by just
pressing the applicable program key.
NOTE: The following functions are already registered in Program 1 key. This function allows you to copy the
front and back sides of ID card or other document that is smaller than Statement or A5 size onto a single page.
Although the functions are deleted by overwriting Program 1 key, you can register the same settings using the
Function Menu key.
Zoom Options: Auto Zoom
Combine: 2 in 1
Continuous Scan: On
Original Size: Statement/A5
Paper Selection: Cassette 1
3-3
3
Basic Operation
ID Card Copy is printed on the Program 1 key.
The procedure for using ID Card copying is explained below.
1
Press the Copy key when the Copy key/indicator
is off.
NOTE: If the Message Display is turned off, press the
Energy Saver key and wait for the machine to warm up.
2
Place the original on the platen.
Put the scanning side facedown in the center of
Statement or A5 size scanning area.
NOTE: For loading instructions, refer to Loading
Originals on page 2-65.
Recalled.
3
Press the Program 1.
The ID Card Copy function is recalled.
z Program 1
4
Press the Start key. Scanning begins.
5
Turn over the original on the platen and press the
Start key.
6
After scanning all originals, press [End Scan] (the
Right Select key) to start copying.
Registering Settings
Registered.
z Program 1
After making settings, press and hold the one of the
Program 1 to 4 keys where you want to register the
settings for 3 seconds. The current settings are
registered to the selected program key.
3-4
Basic Operation
Changing and Deleting Settings
Menu:
a b
1
Overwrite
*********************
2 Delete
1
Press and hold the one of the Program 1 to 4 keys
where the settings you want to change/delete are
registered for 3 seconds. Menu appears.
3
2
Overwrite.
Are you sure?
z Program 1
[
Yes
] [
No
]
To delete the registered settings, press the  or 
key to select [Delete] and then press the OK key.
A confirmation screen appears. Press [Yes] (the
Left Select key) to delete the registered settings.
Delete.
Are you sure?
z Program 1
[
Yes
] [
To replace the registered settings with the current
settings, press the  or  key to select [Overwrite]
and then press the OK key. A confirmation screen
appears. Press [Yes] (the Left Select key) to
change the settings.
No
]
Recalling Settings
Press the one of the Program 1 to 4 keys where the settings you want to recall are registered. The current
settings of various functions are replaced with the registered settings.
3-5
Basic Operation
Message Display
The following examples explain the messages and icons used on the message display.
Ready to copy.
Copies: 1
A4q
sA
A4a
100%
[ Zoom ] [
]
1
2
3
4
5
1
6
7
Copier Screen
Ready to send.
Dest.: 1
p :sally@kyoceradocuN
1-sided
[ Duplex ] [
]
Send Screen
Reference
number
Meaning
1
Indicates the current status of the machine. Also displays the title of the current
menu whenever the operation panel is being used.
2
Displays an icon that indicates the currently selected source of paper feed. The
meaning of each icon is as indicated below.
A
The standard paper cassette is currently selected. When this icon is
displayed as G , there is no paper is the cassette.
B
C
The paper cassette for the optional paper feeder is currently selected.
When this icon is displayed as H or I , there is no paper is the cassette.
F
The Multi Purpose Tray is currently selected. When this icon is displayed
as L , there is no paper is the Multi Purpose Tray.
3
Displays the size of the original(s).
4
Displays the current setting when there is a corresponding menu that can be
selected using the Left or Right Select keys.
5
Displays the title of the corresponding menu that can be selected using the Left
or Right Select keys.
6
Displays the number of copies.
7
Displays the paper size to be copied.
8
Displays the number of destinations.
9
Displays the destination.
3-6
8
9
4
5
Basic Operation
Copying
Follow the steps as below for basic copying.
Part that is operated
3
1
Press the Copy key when the Copy key/indicator
is off.
NOTE: If the Message Display is turned off, press the
Energy Saver key and wait for the machine to warm
up.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
NOTE: For loading instructions, refer to Loading
Originals on page 2-65.
Ready to copy.
Copies: 1
Letterq sA Lettera
100%
[ Zoom ] [ Paper ]
3
The paper source for copying is the location
displayed on the panel.
Paper source
When you need to change the paper source, use
the Paper Selection menu. If [Auto] is selected, the
most suitable paper source is automatically
selected.
Paper Selection: a b
1
* Auto
*********************
2 A A4a
Plain
3 B A5a
Plain
For specifying the paper source, refer to Paper
Selection on page 4-4.
3-7
Basic Operation
4
Press the Auto Color key, Full Color key or
Black& White key to select the color mode.
NOTE: The setting of each key (color mode) is as
follows.
Auto Color key:
Automatically detects whether the original is color or
black & white and scans accordingly.
Full Color key:
Scans all documents in full color.
Black& White key:
Scans all documents in black & white.
5
Use the numeric keys to enter the copy quantity.
Specify the desired number up to 999.
6
Press the Start key to start copying.
7
Remove the finished copies from the top tray.
3-8
Basic Operation
Adjusting Density
Use this procedure to adjust the density when copying.
Part that is operated
3
The procedure for adjusting the density of copies is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Density:
a b
4 v Lighter -1
5
w Normal 0
*********************
6 y Darker +1
1
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Density].
3
Press the OK key. Density appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select your desired
density.
5
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the basic screen.
6
Press the Start key. Copying begins.
3-9
Basic Operation
Selecting Image Quality
Select image quality suited to the type of original.
Part that is operated
The table below shows the quality options.
Image Quality Option
Description
Text+Photo
For originals with both text and
photographs.
Photo
For photos taken with a camera.
Text
For originals primarily consisting of text.
Map
For maps, etc.
Printed Document
For documents printed from this machine.
The procedure for selecting the quality of copies is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
Original Image:
a b
1
*Text+Photo
*********************
2 Photo
3 Text
1
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Original Image].
3
Press the OK key. Original Image appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select the image quality
suited to the type of original.
3-10
Basic Operation
5
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the basic screen.
6
Press the Start key. Copying begins.
3
3-11
Basic Operation
Zoom Copying
Adjust the magnification to reduce or enlarge the original image. The following zoom options are available.
Part that is operated
Auto Zoom
Legal: 129 %
Automatically reduces or enlarges the original image
suitably to the selected paper size.
Letter-R
A5
A4: 141 %
Statement-R: 64 %
A6: 70 %
Zoom Entry
Manually reduces or enlarges the original image in 1%
increments between 25% and 400%.
25 %
400 %
Standard Zoom
Reduces or enlarges at preset magnifications.
3-12
Basic Operation
The following magnifications are available.
Model
Inch
Models
Metric
Models
Metric
Models
(Asia
Pacific)
Zoom Level (OriginalCopy)
Standard
100%, 400% (Max.), 200%, 129% (Statement >> Letter),
78% (Legal >> Letter), 64% (Letter >> Statement), 50%,
25% (Min.)
Other
141% (A5 >> A4), 115% (B5 >> A4), 90% (Folio >> A4),
86% (A4 >> B5), 70% (A4 >> A5)
Standard
100%, 400% (Max.), 200%, 141% (A5 >> A4),
115% (B5 >> A4), 90% (Folio >> A4), 86% (A4 >> B5),
70% (A4 >> A5), 50%, 25% (Min.)
Other
129% (Statement >> Letter), 78% (Legal >> Letter),
64% (Letter >> Statement)
Standard
100%, 400% (Max.), 200%, 141% (A5 >> A4),
115% (B5 >> A4), 86% (A4 >> B5), 70% (A4 >> A5), 50%,
25% (Min.)
Other
129% (Statement >> Letter), 90% (Folio >> A4),
78% (Legal >> Letter), 64% (Letter >> Statement)
The procedure for using zoom copying is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Zoom:
a b
1
*100%
*********************
2 Auto
3 Standard Zoom
1
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Zoom].
3
Press the OK key. Zoom appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired
magnification.
To copy in the same size as the original, select
[100%].
To select automatic zoom, select [Auto].
3-13
3
Basic Operation
To use fixed magnifications, select [Standard
Zoom] and press the OK key. Standard Zoom
appears. Press the  or  key to select the
desired magnification. If you select [Other] and
press the OK key, you can select from additional
magnifications.
Standard Zoom:
a b
1
400%
*********************
2 200%
3 141% A5 >> A4
Zoom Entry:
(25 - 400)
*****200%
To enter a magnification, select [Zoom Entry] and
press the OK key. Zoom Entry appears. Use the
numeric keys to enter the any magnification.
D b
5
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the basic screen.
6
Press the Start key. Copying begins.
3-14
Basic Operation
Duplex Copying
Produce two-sided copies. The following duplex options are available.
You can also create single-sided copies from two-sided originals or originals with facing pages such as books.
The following modes are available.
3
Part that is operated
One-sided to Two-sided
5
4
5
Produces two-sided copies from one-sided originals. In
case of an odd number of originals, the back side of the
last copy will be blank.
3
3
4
1
2
2
1
Original
Copy
A
ghi
def
ghi
abc
abc
def
abc
The following binding options are available.
B
ghi
A Original Left/Right to Binding Left/Right: Images on
the second sides are not rotated.
def
Original
B Original Left/Right to Binding Top: Images on the
second sides are rotated 180°. Copies can be
bound on the top edge, facing the same orientation
when turning the pages.
Copy
Two-sided to One-sided
1
1
2
2
Original
Copy
Copies each side of a two-sided original onto two
individual sheets. The document processor is required.
The following binding options are available.
3-15
Basic Operation
•
•
Binding Left/Right: Images on the second sides
are not rotated.
Binding Top: Images on the second sides are
rotated 180°.
Two-sided to Two-sided
5
5
3
3
Produces two-sided copies from two-sided originals.
The document processor is required.
4
4
1
1
2
2
Original
Copy
NOTE: The paper sizes supported in Two-sided to Two-sided are Legal, Letter, Statement, 16K, ISO B5,
Oficio II, Executive, A4, B5, A5, Folio and Envelope C5.
The procedure for using two-sided/duplex copying is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper
Selection
g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
Duplex:
a b
1
*1-sided>>1-sided
*********************
2 1-sided>>2-sided
3 2-sided>>1-sided
1
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Duplex].
3
Press the OK key. Duplex appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired duplex
copying mode.
If you select [1-sided>>2-sided], press [Detail] (the
Right Select key) and you can select the binding
edge of the finished copies and the original setting
orientation.
Finish. Binding: a b
1
*o Left/Right
*********************
2 p Top
3-16
Basic Operation
After pressing the OK key, select the binding edge
of the finished copies and the original setting
orientation.
Orig.Orientation: a b
1
*c Top Edge Top
*********************
2 d Top Edge left
If you select [2-sided>>1-sided], press [Detail] (the
Right Select key) and you can select the binding
edge of the original and the original setting
orientation.
Orig. Binding:
a b
1
*o
Left/Right
*********************
2 p Top
After pressing the OK key, select the binding edge
of the original and finished copies, and the original
setting orientation.
Orig.Orientation: a b
1
*c Top Edge Top
*********************
2 d Top Edge left
If you select [2-sided>>2-sided], press [Detail] (the
Right Select key) and you can select the binding
edge of the original and the original setting
orientation.
Orig. Binding:
a b
1
*o Left/Right
*********************
2 p Top
After pressing the OK key, select the binding edge
of the finished copies and the original setting
orientation.
Finish. Binding: a b
1
*c Top Edge Top
*********************
2 d Top Edge left
After pressing the OK key, select the binding edge
of the original and finished copies, and the original
setting orientation.
Orig.Orientation: a b
1
*c Top Edge Top
*********************
2 d Top Edge left
5
3-17
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the basic screen.
3
Basic Operation
6
Scanning...
Job No.:
Page(s):
[ Cancel ]
Press the Start key. Copying begins.
9999
1
When [1-sided>>2-sided] is selected, press [End
Scan] (the Right Select key) when original
scanning finishes.
Set original
and press Start key.
Job No.:
9999
Page(s):
3
[ Cancel ] [End Scan]
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Basic Operation
Collate Copying
The machine can collate at the same time as it copies.
Part that is operated
3
You can use the Collate copy function for tasks such as those shown below.
3
2
1
3
Scan multiple originals and deliver complete sets of
copies as required according to page number.
3
2
2
1
1
3
2
1
Original
Copy
The procedure for using collate copying is explained
below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
Collate:
a b
1 Off
2
*On
*********************
1
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Collate].
3
Press the OK key. Collate appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
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Basic Operation
5
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the basic screen.
6
Press the Start key Copying begins.
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Basic Operation
Printing - Printing from Applications
Follow the steps below to print documents from applications.
NOTE: To print the document from applications, install the printer driver on your computer from the supplied
DVD (Product Library).
1
Create a document using an application.
2
Click File and select Print in the application. The
Print dialog box appears.
3
Click the  button next to the Name field and
select this machine from the list.
4
Enter the desired print quantity in the Number of
copies box. Enter any number up to 999.
When there is more than one document, select
Collate to print out one by one in the sequence of
the page numbers.
5
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Click Properties button. The Properties dialog
box appears.
3
Basic Operation
6
Select the Basic tab and click the Print Size T
button to select the paper size to use for printing
from the list.
To print on the special paper such as thick paper or
transparency, click the Media Type menu and
select the media type.
7
Click Source and select the paper source.
NOTE: If you choose Auto Select, papers are
supplied automatically from the paper source loaded
with paper of optimum size and type. To print on
special paper such as envelope or thick paper, place it
on the multi purpose tray and select MP Tray.
8
Select paper orientation, either Portrait or
Landscape, to match the orientation of the
document.
Selecting Rotate 180° will print the document
rotated 180°.
9
Click OK button to return to the Print dialog box.
10 Click OK button to start printing.
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Basic Operation
Printer Driver Help
The printer driver includes Help. To learn about print
settings, open the printer driver print settings screen
and display Help as explained below.
•
•
Click the [?] button in the upper right corner of the
screen and then click the item you want to know
about.
Click the item you want to know about and press
the [F1] key on your keyboard.
Printing by AirPrint
AirPrint is a printing function that is included standard in iOS 4.2 and later products, and Mac OS X 10.7 and
later products.
You can connect to the machine and print without installing a printer driver.
To allow the machine to be found when printing by AirPrint, you can set machine location information in
Command Center RX.
For details, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
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3
Basic Operation
Sending
This machine can send a scanned image as an attachment to an E-mail message or to a PC linked to the
network. In order to do this, it is necessary to register the sender and destination (recipient) address on the
network.
A network environment which enables the machine to connect to a mail server is required. It is recommended
that a Local Area Network (LAN) be used to assist with transmission speed and security issues.
To use the Scanning Function perform the following steps:
•
Program the settings, including the E-mail setting on the machine.
•
Use Command Center RX (the internal HTML web page) to register the IP address, the host name of the
SMTP server, and the recipient.
•
Register the destination in the Address Book or One-touch keys.
•
When the PC Folder (SMB/FTP) is selected, it is necessary to share the destination folder. For setting-up
the PC Folder, contact your administrator.
Follow the steps below for basic sending. The following four options are available.
•
Send as E-mail: Sends a scanned original image as an E-mail attachment...page 3-25
•
Send to Folder (SMB): Stores a scanned original image in a shared folder of any PC...page 3-27
•
Send to Folder (FTP): Stores a scanned original image in a folder of an FTP server...page 3-27
•
Image Data Scanning with TWAIN / WIA: Scan the document using a TWAIN or WIA compatible
application program...page 5-30
NOTE: Different sending options can be specified in combination. Refer to Sending to Different Types of
Destinations (Multi Sending) on page 3-44.
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Basic Operation
Send as E-mail
Sends a scanned original image as an E-mail attachment.
Part that is operated
3
NOTE:
•
You must have a network environment in which this machine can connect to a mail server. It is
recommended that the machine be used in an environment in which it can connect to the mail server at any
time over a LAN.
•
Access the Command Center RX beforehand and specify the settings required for sending e-mail. For
details, see Command Center RX on page 2-36.
•
Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
1
Press the Send key.
Displays the screen for sending.
Send to:
a b
1
p
E-mail
*********************
2 G Folder(SMB)
3 H Folder(FTP)
Address Entry:
*
[
ABC
Text
B b
2
Press the  or  key to select [E-mail].
3
Press the OK key. Address Entry appears.
]
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Basic Operation
4
Enter the destination e-mail address.
NOTE: Destination can be specified using the
Address Book or the One-touch keys. Refer to
Specifying Destination on page 3-41.
Ready to send.
Dest.: 1
p :sally@kyoceradocuN
1-sided
300x300dpi
[ Duplex ] [ScanRes.]
5
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the basic screen.
NOTE: If the screen for confirming the entry of a new
destination (page 8-77) is set to [On], a screen to
confirm the entered e-mail address appears. Enter the
same e-mail address again and press the OK key.
6
If there are additional destinations, press the
Confirm/Add Destination key. Repeat steps 2 to
5 to enter additional destinations. Up to 100
destinations can be specified.
Press [Exit] (the Right Select key) to return to the
basic screen.
Press the Confirm/Add Destination key to
confirm or delete the registered destinations.
Press the  or  key to select a destination and
press the OK key. Then, you can edit or delete the
destination.
Dest. Confirm.:
a b
p
Morgan@kyoceradocuN
*********************
p aaaaaaaaa@kyoceradN
p bbbbbbbbb@kyoceradN
[ Add
] [ Exit
]
Press [Exit] (the Right Select key) to return to the
basic screen.
7
Press the Start key. Transmission starts.
NOTE: If the screen for confirming the destination
before transmission (page 8-77) is set to [On], the
Confirm Destination screen appears when the Start
key is pressed. For more information, refer to Confirm
Destination Screen on page 3-40.
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Basic Operation
Send to Folder (SMB)/Send to Folder (FTP)
Stores a scanned original image file in the specified shared folder of any PC.
Stores a scanned original image in a folder of an FTP server.
Part that is operated
3
NOTE:
•
Refer to Help of your operating system for details on how to share a folder.
•
Be sure that SMB Protocol or FTP in the Command Center RX is On. For details, refer to the Command
Center RX User Guide.
•
Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
1
Press the Send key.
Displays the screen for sending.
Send to:
a b
1 p E-mail
2
G Folder(SMB)
*********************
3 H Folder(FTP)
2
3-27
Press the  or  key to select [Folder(SMB)] or
[Folder(FTP)].
Basic Operation
Host Name(SMB):
Osaka SD*
[
ABC
Text
A b
3
Press the OK key. Host Name(SMB) or Host
Name(FTP) appears.
4
Enter the host name.
]
or
Host Name(FTP):
Osaka SD*
[
ABC
Text
ABC
Text
Login User Name:
Maury*
[
ABC
Text
Login Password:
OOOOOOOOOOO*
[
]
A b
Path:
SD3\report*
[
A b
ABC
Text
NOTE: Destination can be specified using the
Address Book or the One-touch keys. Refer to
Specifying Destination on page 3-41.
5
Press the OK key. Path appears.
6
Enter the path name. Consider, that the share
name but not the folder name on the destination
PC has to be typed in.
7
Press the OK key. Login User Name appears.
8
Enter the Login User Name. You have to enter the
account name of the destination PC.
9
Press the OK key. Login Password appears.
]
C b
S
]
A b
]
10 Enter the Login Password. You have to enter the
password of the account on the destination PC.
Check the connection.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
11 Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
]
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Basic Operation
NOTE: If the screen for confirming the entry of a new
destination (page 8-77) is set to [On], screens to
confirm the entered host name and path name appear.
Enter the same host name and path name again and
press the OK key on their respective screens.
Data to be entered are as follows.
3
NOTE: You will be unable to send the data if you forget your Login User Name or Login Password. Contact
your administrator and check your Login User Name or Login Password.
For send to folder (SMB)
Item
Data to be entered
Max.
characters
Host Name
(SMB)*
Host name or IP address of the PC to
receive the data.
Up to 64
characters
Path
Share name
For example: scannerdata
If saving in a folder in the shared folder:
"share name\folder name in shared folder"
Up to 128
characters
Login User Name
User name to access the PC
For example, abcdnet\james.smith
Up to 64
characters
Login Password
Password to access the PC
Up to 64
characters
* To specify a port number different from the default (445), enter using the format
“host name: port number” (e.g., SMBhostname: 140).
For send to folder (FTP)
Item
Data to be entered
Max.
characters
Host Name (FTP)*
Host name or IP address of FTP server
Up to 64
characters
Path
Path for the file to be stored
For example, "User\ScanData".
If no path is entered, the file is stored in
the home directory.
Up to 128
characters
Login User Name
FTP server log-in user name
Up to 64
characters
Login Password
FTP server log-in password
Up to 64
characters
* To specify a port number different from the default (21), enter using the format “host
name: port number” (e.g., FTPhostname: 140).
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Basic Operation
Dest. Confirm.:
a b
p Morgan@kyoceradocuN
0667640000
*********************
0667741234
[ Add
] [ Exit
]
12 Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This makes a
connection with the entered destination.
If the connection is successful, Connected. is
displayed on the screen. Press [OK] (the Right
Select key). Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the basic screen.
If the connection failed, Cannot connect. is
displayed. Press [OK] (the Right Select key). The
screen shown in step 3 reappears. Check and reenter the destination.
13 If there are additional destinations, press the Add
Destination key. Repeat steps 2 to 12 to enter
additional destinations. Up to 100 destinations can
be specified.
Dest. Confirm.:
a b
OSAKA SD
*********************
[
Add
] [
Exit
14 Press the Confirm/Add Destination key to
confirm the registered destinations.
Press the  or  key to select a destination and
press the OK key. Then, you can edit or delete the
destination.
]
Press [Exit] (the Right Select key) to return to the
basic screen.
15 Press the Start key. Transmission starts.
NOTE: If the screen for confirming the destination
before transmission (page 8-77) is set to [On], the
Confirm Destination screen appears when the Start
key is pressed. For more information, refer to Confirm
Destination Screen on page 3-40.
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Basic Operation
Preparation for sending a document to a PC
Check the information that needs to be set on the machine and create a folder to receive the document on your
computer. Screens of Windows 7 are used in the following explanation. The details of the screens will vary in
other versions of Windows.
NOTE: Log on to Windows with administrator privileges.
3
Checking what to enter for [Host Name]
Check the name of the destination computer.
1
From the Start menu, select Computer and then
System Properties.
Check the computer name in the window that
appears.
In Windows XP, right-click My Computer and select
Properties. The System Properties dialog box
appears. Click the Computer Name tab in the
window that appears and check the computer
name.
In Windows 8, select the desktop in the Start
screen, right-click Computer from Libraries, and
then select Properties.
If there is a workgroup
All characters appearing in "Full computer name"
should be entered in Host Name. (Example:
PC4050)
If there is a domain
The characters to the left of the first dot (.) in "Full
computer name" should be entered in Host Name.
(Example: pc4050)
2
After checking the computer name, click the
(Close) button to close the System Properties
screen.
In Windows XP, after checking the computer name,
click the Cancel button to close the System
Properties screen.
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Basic Operation
Checking what to enter for [Login User Name]
Check the domain name and user name for logging onto Windows.
1
From the Start menu, select All Programs (or
Programs), Accessories and then Command
Prompt.
In Windows 8, display Apps on Search in charms
on the Start screen, and select Command
Prompt.
The Command Prompt window appears.
2
At the Command Prompt, enter "net config
workstation" and then click Enter.
Screen example: user name "james.smith" and
domain name "ABCDNET"
Creating a Shared Folder
Create a shared folder to receive the document in the destination computer.
NOTE: If there is a workgroup in System Properties, configure the settings below to limit folder access to a
specific user or group.
1 From the Start menu, select Control Panel, Appearance and Personalization, and then Folder Options.
Windows XP, click My Computer and select Folder Options in Tools.
In Windows 8, select Settings in charms on Desktop, and select Control Panel, Appearance and
Personalization, and then Folder Options.
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Basic Operation
2 Click the View tab and remove the checkmark from Use Sharing Wizard (Recommended) in Advanced
settings.
3
In Windows XP, click the View tab and remove the checkmark from Use Simple File Sharing
(Recommended) in Advanced settings.
3 Click the OK button to close the Folder Options screen.
1
Create a folder on the local disk (C).
NOTE: For example, create a folder with the name
"scannerdata" on the local disk (C).
2
Right-click the scannerdata folder and click Share
and Advanced sharing. Click the Advanced
Sharing button.
The scannerdata Properties dialog box appears.
In Windows XP, right-click the scannerdata folder
and select Sharing and Security... (or Sharing).
3
Select the Share this folder checkbox and click
the Permissions button.
The Permissions for scannerdata dialog box
appears.
In Windows XP, select Share this folder and click
the Permissions button.
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Basic Operation
4
Click the Add button.
5
Enter the user name in the text box and click the
OK button.
6
Select the entered user, select the Change and
Read permissions, and click the OK button.
In Windows XP, go to step 8.
NOTE: "Everyone" gives sharing permission to everyone on the network. To strengthen security, it is
recommended that you select Everyone and remove the Read permission checkmark.
7
3-34
Click the OK button in the Advanced Sharing
screen to close the screen.
Basic Operation
8
Click the Security tab and then click the Edit
button.
In Windows XP, click the Security tab and then
click the Add button.
3
9
Proceed in the same way as in step 5 to add a user
to Group or user names.
10 Select the added user, select the Modify and Read
& execute permissions, and then click the OK
button.
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Basic Operation
Configuring Windows Firewall (for Windows 7)
Permit sharing of files and printers and set the port used for SMB transmission.
NOTE: Log on to Windows with administrator privileges.
Checking file and printer sharing
1
From the Start menu, select Control Panel,
System and Security, and Allow a program
through Windows Firewall.
NOTE: If the User Account Control dialog box appears, click the Continue button.
2
Click Change settings, select the File and
Printer Sharing checkbox, and click OK.
1
From the Start menu, select Control Panel,
System and Security, and Check firewall
status.
Adding a port
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Basic Operation
2
Click Advanced settings.
3
3
Click Inbound Rules.
4
Click New Rule.
5
Select Port and click Next.
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Basic Operation
6
Select TCP, select Specific local ports, enter
"445", and click Next.
7
Select Allow the connection and click Next.
8
Make sure all checkboxes are selected and click
Next.
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Basic Operation
9
Enter "Scan to SMB" in "Name" and click Finish.
3
NOTE: In Windows XP or Windows Vista, follow the procedure below to set the port.
1 In Windows XP, from Start button on the Windows, select Control Panel, and then Windows Firewall.
In Windows Vista, from Start button on the Windows, select Control Panel, Security, and then Turn
Windows Firewall on or off.
If the User Account Control dialog box appears, click the Continue button.
2 Click the Exceptions tab and then the Add port... button.
3 Specify Add a Port settings.
Enter any name in "Name" (example: Scan to SMB). This will be the name of the new port. Enter "445" in "Port
Number". Select TCP for "Protocol".
4 Click the OK button to close the Add a Port dialog box.
In Windows 8, follow the procedure below to set the port.
1 In charms on Desktop, click Settings, Control Panel, System and Security, and then Windows Firewall.
If the User Account Control dialog box appears, click the Continue button.
2 Configure the settings, refer to Configuring Windows Firewall (for Windows 7) on 3-36.
3-39
Basic Operation
Confirm Destination Screen
If the screen for confirming the destination before transmission (page 8-77) is set to [On], Check through the all
destination and press [Next]. appears when the Start key is pressed.
Part that is operated
Use the procedure below to operate the Confirm Destination screen.
Destination List: a b
p
Morgan@kyoceradocuN
*********************
0667640000
0667741234
[ Cancel ] [ Next ]
1
Press the  or  key to check all destinations.
The OK key can be pressed to check details or
delete the selected address.
To add a destination, press [Cancel] (the Left
Select key) to return to the previous screen.
p Morgan@kyoceradNa b
1 Detail
2 Delete
Press Start key.
2
After the checking is finished, press [Next] (the
Right Select key). Press Start key. is displayed on
the screen.
[ Cancel ]
If there are destinations that are hidden and not yet
checked, the screen displays Check the
destination list through the end. and returns to the
Destination List screen. Check all destinations.
Check the destination
list through the end.
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Basic Operation
3
Place the original on the platen or in the document
processor, and press the Start key. Transmission
starts.
Specifying Destination
When specifying destination, choose from the Address Book or use the One-touch keys.
Part that is operated
Choosing from the Address Book
Select a destination registered in the Address Book.
Select Addr Book: a b
t
Address Book
*********************
t Ext Address Book
[
Exit
]
Address Book:
a b
k
Design
*********************
l Fiala
l Maury
[ Menu
]
1
In the basic screen for sending, press the Address
Book key. The Select Addr Book menu appears.
NOTE: If external address book is not registered, [Ext
Address Book] is not displayed.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book] and
then press the OK key. Address Book appears.
To use an address book on the LDAP server, select
[Ext Address Book].
3
Press the  or  key to select the desired user or
group, and then press the OK key.
If you select a user, the list of destinations
registered to the user appears.
l Fiala:
a b
0667643277
*********************
p fiala@kyoceradocu.N
SMB-PC
[ Menu
]
If you select a group, proceed to step 5.
3-41
3
Basic Operation
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired
destination and then press the OK key.
5
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen.
Destination Search
Destinations registered in the Address Book can be searched.
The procedures for using the different search modes are explained below.
Search in Address Book
Address Book:
a b
k
Design
*********************
l Fiala
l Maury
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1
Select
*********************
2 Detail
3 Search(Name)
A b
Search(Name):
ma*
S
[
ABC
Text
1
In Address Book, press [Menu] (the Right Select
key). Menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Search(Name)]
and then press the OK key. A search screen
appears.
3
Enter the characters you want to search.
4
Press the OK key. The address book appears with
the user that starts with the entered character
string at the top.
]
Address Book:
a b
l
Maury
*********************
l Morgan
l Sally
[ Menu
]
3-42
Basic Operation
Search in Extended Address Book
Ext Address Book: a b
l
Fiala
*********************
l Maury
l Morgan
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Select
2 Detail
3
Search
*********************
Search(Name):
ma*
S
[
Menu
] [
A b
ABC
Text
1
3
2
Press the  or  key to select [Search] and then
press the OK key. A search screen appears.
3
Enter the characters you want to search.
If you press [Menu] (the Right Select key) and
then the OK key, Search by appears where you
can specify the search key and match condition.
Select the desired item for each and then press the
OK key.
]
Ext Address Book: a b
l
Maury
*********************
l Morgan
l Sally
[ Menu
]
In Ext Address Book, press [Menu] (the Right
Select key). Menu appears.
4
Press the OK key. The address book appears with
the user that starts with the entered character
string at the top.
NOTE: If you first open the external address book, the
search screen appears first. Then, operate from step 3.
Choosing by One-Touch Key
Select the destination using the One-touch keys.
In the basic screen for sending or the destination entry
screen, press the one-touch key where the destination
is registered.
NOTE: Refer to Adding a Destination on One-touch Key on page 8-170 for more information on adding onetouch keys.
3-43
Basic Operation
Sending to Different Types of Destinations (Multi Sending)
You can specify destinations that combine e-mail addresses, folders (SMB or FTP) and fax numbers (Only on
products with the fax function installed). This is referred to as Multi Sending. This is useful for sending to
different types of destination (e-mail addresses, folders, etc.) in a single operation.
No. of broadcast items E-mail
: Up to 100
Folders (SMP, FTP) : Total of 5 SMB and FTP
FAX
: Up to 100
Procedures are the same as used in specifying the destinations of respective types. Continue to enter E-mail
address or folder path so that they appear in the destination list. Press the Start key to launch transmission to
all destinations at one time.
3-44
Basic Operation
Scanning using TWAIN
This section explains how to scan an original using TWAIN.
The procedure for scanning using the TWAIN driver is explained as an example. The WIA driver is used in the
same way.
1
Activate the TWAIN compatible application.
2
Select the machine using the application and
display the TWAIN dialog box.
NOTE: For selecting the machine, see the Operation
Guide or Help for each application software.
Network
3
Select scanning settings in the TWAIN dialog box
that opens.
For settings that appear in the TWAIN dialog box,
see Help for each application software.
USB
4
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
5
Click the Scan button
The document data is scanned.
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3
Basic Operation
Canceling Jobs
Follow the steps below to cancel any print or send job being executed.
Canceling Jobs
You can also cancel jobs by pressing the Stop key.
Job Cancel List: a b
1
Print Job List
*********************
2 Send Job List
3 Store Job List
[ Exit
]
Print Job List:
a b
0008
Copy
s
**********************
0009 W maury's data s
0010 W MicrosoftworN s
[ Resume ] [ Menu ]
Menu:
a b
1
Detail
*********************
2 Cancel Job
Job will be canceled.
Are you sure?
z 0008
Copy
[
Yes
] [
No
1
During a printing or sending job, press the Stop
key. The Job Cancel List menu appears.
NOTE: Pressing the Stop key pauses a printing job
but does not pause a sending job.
2
Press the  or  key to select the type of job you
want to stop, and then press the OK key. An output
queue of the selected job type is displayed.
3
Press the  or  key to select the job you want to
stop, and then press [Menu] (the Right Select
key). Menu appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Cancel Job] and
then press the OK key. A confirmation screen
appears.
5
Press [Yes] (the Right Select key). The screen
displays Canceling.... and returns to the output
queue of the selected job type after the job is
canceled.
]
To cancel other jobs, repeat steps 3 to 5.
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Basic Operation
Checking Remaining Toner and Paper
You can check the remaining amount of toner and that of paper in each feeder cassette.
Checking Remaining Toner
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
b
Toner Status:
C VVV w E
Y VVVVE
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Toner Status].
3
Press the OK key. Toner Status appears.
The remaining amount of toner is displayed in one
of 10 levels.
M VVV w E
K VV w EE
Checking Remaining Paper
Status:
a b
1
Print
Job
Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Paper Status:
Cassette 1:
Lettera
Plain
C b
1/ 4
Empty
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Paper Status].
3
Press the OK key. Paper Status appears.
Press the  or  key to switch the display of
remaining paper amount among the main unit
cassette, optional cassette (if installed) and Multi
Purpose tray.
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3
Basic Operation
3-48
4 Copying Functions
This chapter explains the functions available for copying.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Original Size ................................................................. 4-2
Paper Selection ............................................................ 4-4
Original Orientation....................................................... 4-8
EcoPrint ...................................................................... 4-10
Combine Mode ........................................................... 4-11
Continuous Scan ........................................................ 4-14
Job Finish Notice ........................................................ 4-15
File Name Entry.......................................................... 4-17
Print Override ............................................................. 4-18
Color Selection ........................................................... 4-19
Color Balance ............................................................. 4-20
Sharpness .................................................................. 4-22
Background Density ................................................... 4-23
Saturation ................................................................... 4-25
4-1
Copying Functions
Original Size
Specify the size of originals being scanned. Be sure to select the original size before starting the copying
process.
Part that is operated
The following options are available.
Item
Standard
Sizes
*
How to Select
Select from
standard sizes,
envelope,
postcard or the
custom sized
originals*.
Sizes
Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive,
Oficio II, A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, Folio,
216×340 mm, 16K, ISO B5,
Envelope #10, Envelope #9,
Envelope #6, Envelope Monarch,
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Hagaki,
Oufuku Hagaki, Youkei 4, Youkei 2
and Custom
For instructions on how to specify the custom original size,
refer to Custom Original Size Setup on page 8-8.
Use the procedure below to select the original size.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Original Size].
4-2
Copying Functions
Original Size:
a b
1
*Letterq
*********************
2 Legalq
3 Statementq
Original Size:
a b
>
*ISO
B5q
*********************
? Envelope #10
@ Envelope #9
5
Press the OK key. Original Size appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired original
size and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
7
4-3
Press the Start key to start copying.
4
Copying Functions
Paper Selection
Select the paper source that contains the required paper size.
Part that is operated
NOTE: Specify in advance the size and type of the paper loaded in the cassette (refer to Original/Paper
Settings on page 8-8).
Selecting the Cassette
Use the procedure below to select the paper supply cassette.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Paper Selection: a b
1
* Auto
*********************
2 A Lettera Plain
3 B Customa Plain
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Paper Selection].
5
Press the OK key. Paper Selection appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
size.
If [Auto] is selected, the paper matching the size of
the original is selected automatically.
4-4
Copying Functions
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
8
Press the Start key to start copying.
Selecting the Multi Purpose Tray
Change the paper size and media type.
The available paper sizes and media types are shown in the table below.
Category
Paper
Size
Media
Type
*
**
***
Item
How to
Select
Sizes
Standard
Sizes
Select from
the standard
size,
envelope,
postcard or
the custom
sized paper
Letter, Legal, Statement,
Executive, Oficio II, A4, A5,
A6, B5, B6, Folio,
216×340 mm, 16K, ISO B5,
Envelope #10, Envelope #9,
Envelope #6, Envelope
Monarch, Envelope DL,
Envelope C5, Hagaki,
Oufuku Hagaki, Youkei 4,
Youkei 2 and Custom*
Size
Entry
Enter the
size not
included in
the standard
sizes 1 and
2**.
Inch models
Horizontal: 5.83 to 14.02" (in
0.01" increments), Vertical: 2.76
to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Metric models
Vertical: 70 to 216 mm (in 1 mm
increments), Horizontal: 148 to
356 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Plain, Transparency, Vellum, Labels, Recycled, Rough,
Preprinted***, Bond, Cardstock, Color, Prepunched***,
Letterhead***, Envelope, Thick, High Quality,
Custom 1 to 8***
For instructions on how to specify the custom paper size (Custom),
refer to Adding a Custom Size and Media Type for Paper to Print on
page 8-11.
The input units can be changed in the System menu.
Refer to Switching Unit of Measurement on page 8-27.
For instructions on how to specify the custom paper types 1 to 8,
refer to Paper Weight on page 8-18.
To print on preprinted or prepunched paper or on letterhead, refer to
Special Paper Action on page 8-24.
NOTE: You can conveniently select in advance the size and type of paper that will be used often and set them
as default (refer to Paper Size and Media Type Setup for Multi Purpose Tray on page 8-16).
4-5
4
Copying Functions
Use the procedure below to select the paper size and media type.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Paper Selection: a b
1
* Auto
*********************
2 A A4a
Plain
3 B A5a
Plain
MP Tray Set.:
a b
1
*Standard Size
*********************
2 Size Entry
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Paper Selection].
5
Press the OK key. Paper Selection appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [MP Tray Set.].
7
Press the OK key. MP Tray Set. appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Standard Size] or
[Size Entry] and press the OK key, select the
desired paper size, and then press the OK key.
If you select [Size Entry], using the numeric keys to
enter the Y (vertical) size and press the OK key,
and then enter the X (horizontal) size and press the
OK key.
Size Entry(Y):
D b
(5.83 - 14.02)
x
11.49 "
******
Media Type:
a b
1
*Plain
*********************
2 Transparency
3 Rough
9
Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
type and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
4-6
Copying Functions
10 Place paper in the multi purpose tray.
11 Press the Start key to start copying.
If Add paper in Multi Purpose tray. is displayed
during the copying process, add paper in the multi
purpose tray, and then press the OK key. Copying
then resumes.
4
4-7
Copying Functions
Original Orientation
Select the original orientation to use the following functions.
•
Duplex
•
Combine mode
When placing originals on the platen
[Top Edge Top]
[Top Edge Left]
When placing originals on the document processor
[Top Edge Left]
[Top Edge Top]
NOTE: To change the default setting for the original orientation, refer to Orig.Orientation on page 8-30.
4-8
Copying Functions
Use the procedure below to select the orientation when placing the originals on the platen.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Orig.Orientation: a b
1 c Top Edge Top
2 *d Top Edge Left
*********************
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
4
Press the  or  key to select [Orig.Orientation].
5
Press the OK key. Orig.Orientation appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Top Edge Top] or
[Top Edge Left].
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
8
4-9
Press the Start key to start copying.
Copying Functions
EcoPrint
Use EcoPrint to save toner when printing. Use this function for test copies or any other occasion where high
quality print is unnecessary.
The procedure for making copies using EcoPrint is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
EcoPrint:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [EcoPrint].
5
Press the OK key. EcoPrint appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
7
4-10
Press the Start key to start copying.
Copying Functions
Combine Mode
This mode allows you to copy 2 or 4 originals combined onto a single page. 2-in-1 mode or 4-in-1 mode. The
page boundary of each original can be indicated.
Part that is operated
4
NOTE: Combine mode is available for the copy paper sizes of Folio, A4, B5, Legal, Oficio II, Letter, Statement
and 16K.
2-in-1 Mode
For copying two originals onto a single sheet. This mode can be used with Duplex mode to copy four originals
onto one sheet.
The following 2-in-1 options and output orientations are available.
Original
Copy
Orientation of Original
Platen
Document processor
NOTE: When placing the original on the platen, be sure to copy the originals in page order.
4-11
Copying Functions
4-in-1 Mode
For copying four originals onto a single sheet. This mode can be used with Duplex mode to copy eight originals
onto one sheet.
The following 4-in-1 options and output orientations are available.
Original
Copy
Orientation of Original
Platen
Document processor
NOTE: When placing the original on the platen, be sure to copy the originals in page order.
Types of Page Boundary Lines
The following types of the boundary lines are available.
None
Solid
Dotted
The procedure for using Combine mode copying is explained below.
1
4-12
Press the Copy key.
Positioning
Mark
Copying Functions
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
Combine:
a b
1 *Off
2
2 in 1
*********************
3 4 in 1
[ Detail ]
2 in 1 Layout:
a b
1
*g L to R f T to B
*********************
2 e R to L
Border Line:
a b
1
* None
*********************
2 l Solid Line
3 m Dotted Line
Orig.Orientation: a b
1 c Top Edge Top
2 *d Top Edge Left
*********************
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Combine].
5
Press the OK key. Combine appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [2 in1] or [4 in 1].
7
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key).
8
Press the  or  key to select the desired layout
and then press the OK key.
9
Press the  or  key to select the desired border
line type and then press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select the orientation of
the original and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
11 Press the Start key. Scanning begins.
If the original is placed on the platen, replace the
original and press the Start key.
After scanning all originals, press [End Scan] (the
Right Select key) to start copying.
4-13
4
Copying Functions
Continuous Scan
When a large number of originals cannot be placed in the document processor at one time, the originals can be
scanned in separate batches and then copied as one job. With this function, originals are scanned until you
press [End Scan] (the Right Select key).
The procedure for making copies using Continuous Scan is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper
Selection
g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Continuous Scan: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Continuous Scan].
4
Press the OK key. Continuous Scan appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
6
Place the originals in the document processor or
on the platen and press the Start key.
7
Place the next original and press the Start key.
Repeat these steps to scan the remaining
originals.
After scanning all originals, press [End Scan] (the
Right Select key) to start copying.
4-14
Copying Functions
Job Finish Notice
Sends a notice by E-mail when a copy job is complete. User can be notified of the completion of a copy job while
working at a remote desk, saving the time spent waiting beside the machine for copying to finish.
NOTE: PC should be configured in advance so that E-mail can be used.
Example of Job Finish Notice
To:
h_pttr@owl-net.net
Subject:
1234 Job end report mail
Job No.:
000002
Result:
OK
End Time:
Wed 28 Apr 2010 14:56:08
File Name:
doc28042010145608
Job Type:
Copy
-----------------------------------------------1234
[00:c0:ee:d0:01:14]
------------------------------------------------
Use the procedure below to enable job finish notification when making copies.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [JobFinish Notice].
4-15
4
Copying Functions
JobFinish Notice: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
Destination:
a b
1
*Address Book
*********************
2 Address Entry
Address Book:
a b
p
Fiala
*********************
p Maury
p Morgan
[ Menu
]
5
Press the OK key. JobFinish Notice appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book] or
[Address Entry], and then press the OK key.
8
If you select [Address Book], select [Address
Book] on the next screen and press the OK key,
and then select the notice destination.
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key), select
[Detail] on the next screen and press the OK key to
view the details of the selected notice destination.
If you select [Address Entry], enter the address of
the notice destination.
Address Entry:
B b
******@abcdefg.jp
[
ABC
Text
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
]
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
9
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
10 Press the Start key to start copying. Upon
completion of the job, an E-mail notice is sent to
the selected destination.
4-16
Copying Functions
File Name Entry
Names a copy job. Add other information such as date and time or job number as necessary. You can check a
job history or job status using the job name, date and time, or job number specified here.
Use the procedure below to assign a name to your copy job.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
File Name Entry: A b
File_2010*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [File Name Entry].
5
Press the OK key. File Name Entry appears.
6
Enter the file name, press the OK key. Additional
Info. appears.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
7
Enter the date, job number, etc. on the screen, and
then press the OK key.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
8
4-17
Press the Start key to start copying.
4
Copying Functions
Print Override
This function allows you to suspend the current print job when you need to make copies immediately. When the
interrupt copy job is completed, the machine resumes the suspended print job.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper
Selection
g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
Print Override:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Print Override].
3
Press the OK key. Print Override appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [On].
5
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed, the
machine is put into the interruption copy mode, and
the basic screen appears.
6
Perform the interrupt copy job in the same fashion
as a normal copy job. When the interrupt copy job
is completed, the machine resumes the
suspended print job.
4-18
Copying Functions
Color Selection
Select the color mode for copying. To select the color mode, you can also select from the Auto Color key, Full
Color key or Black & White key.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper
Selection
g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Color Selection: a b
1
*Auto Color
*********************
2 Full Color
3 Black & White
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Color Selection].
5
Press the OK key. Color Selection appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired color
mode and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
7
4-19
Press the Start key to start copying.
4
Copying Functions
Color Balance
Adjust the strength of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black to make fine hue adjustments.
NOTE: This feature is used with full color copying.
This feature can not be used together with Adjusting Density on page 3-9.
Refer to the sample image in Color balance adjustment on Appendix-23.
Follow the steps below to adjust color balance.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Color Balance:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
Color Balance:
a b
1
Cyan
*********************
2 Magenta
3 Yellow
Cyan:
a b
1
*-5
*********************
2 -4
3 -3
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Color Balance].
5
Press the OK key. Color Balance appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On].
7
Press the OK key. A selection menu for the color to
be adjusted appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select the color to be
adjusted.
9
Press the OK key. The color adjustment menu
appears.
4-20
Copying Functions
10 Press the  or  key to select the color intensity.
A larger negative value makes the color fainter,
and a larger positive value makes the color more
intense.
11 Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
12 Press the Start key to start copying.
4-21
4
Copying Functions
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of image outlines. When copying penciled originals with rough or broken lines, clear
copies can be taken by adjusting sharpness toward [Sharpen]. When copying images made up of patterned
dots such as magazine photos, in which moire* patterns appear, edge softening and weakening of the moire
effect can be obtained by setting the sharpness toward [Unsharpen].
* Patterns that are created by irregular distribution of halftone dots.
Refer to the sample image in Appendix-24.
Follow the steps below to adjust sharpness.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Sharpness:
a b
1
*-3(Unsharpen)
*********************
2 -2
3 -1
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Sharpness].
5
Press the OK key. Sharpness appears.
6
Press the  or  key to adjust the sharpness. A
larger negative value decreases the sharpness,
and a larger positive value increases the
sharpness.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
8
4-22
Press the Start key to start copying.
Copying Functions
Background Density
Removes dark background from originals, such as newspapers.
If the ground color is obtrusive, select [Auto]. If [Auto] does not remove the ground color, select [Manual] and
adjust the density of the ground color.
NOTE: This feature is used with full color and auto color copying. Background Density Adjust is disabled
during auto color copying when the a black & white original has been detected.
4
Original
Copy
The setting items are as follows.
Item
Description
Off
Does not adjust the ground color.
Auto
Automatically adjusts the background density
based on the original.
Manual
Manually adjust the density in 5 levels. When
[Manual] is selected, press [1 (Lighter)] to
[5 (Darker)] to adjust the background density.
Follow the steps below to use background density adjust.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Backgrnd Density].
4-23
Copying Functions
Backgrnd Density: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Auto
3 Manual
Manual:
a b
3 3
4 4
5 *5 (Darker)
*********************
5
Press the OK key. Backgrnd Density appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [Auto] or
[Manual].
7
Press the OK key.
When [Manual] is selected, Manual appears.
Press the  or  key to select [1 (Lighter)] to
[5 (Darker)] and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen.
8
4-24
Press the Start key to start copying.
Copying Functions
Saturation
Adjust the color saturation of the image.
The procedure for adjusting the color saturation is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Paper Selection g
*********************
2 Collate
T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
Saturation:
a b
1
*-3(Grayish)
*********************
2 -2
3 -1
1
Press the Copy key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Saturation].
5
Press the OK key. Saturation appears.
6
Press the  or  key to adjust the color
saturation. A larger negative value reduces the
saturation, resulting in paler color in the copy. A
larger positive value increases the saturation,
resulting in more vivid color.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
8
4-25
Press the Start key to start copying.
4
Copying Functions
4-26
5 Sending Functions
This chapter explains the functions available for sending originals.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Original Size ................................................................. 5-2
Sending Size ................................................................ 5-4
Zoom ............................................................................ 5-6
Duplex Sending ............................................................ 5-8
Original Orientation..................................................... 5-10
File Format ................................................................. 5-12
File Separation ........................................................... 5-14
Original Image ............................................................ 5-15
Adjusting Density........................................................ 5-16
Scan Resolution ......................................................... 5-17
Color / Grayscale / Black and White Selection ........... 5-18
Continuous Scan ........................................................ 5-19
File Name Entry.......................................................... 5-20
Subject and Body Entry .............................................. 5-21
Sharpness .................................................................. 5-22
Background Density ................................................... 5-23
WSD Scan .................................................................. 5-25
Job Finish Notice ........................................................ 5-27
FTP Encrypted TX ...................................................... 5-29
Scanning Image using Application ............................. 5-30
5-1
Sending Functions
Original Size
Select the size of originals that will serve as the basis for scanning. Be sure to select the original size before
starting the sending process.
Part that is operated
Choose the original size from the following groups of original size.
Item
Detail
Standard
Sizes
Select from
standard sizes,
Hagaki and
Custom Original
Size *.
*
Size
Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive,
Oficio II, A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, Folio,
216×340 mm, 16K, ISO B5,
Envelope #10, Envelope #9,
Envelope #6, Envelope Monarch,
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Hagaki,
Oufuku Hagaki, Youkei 4, Youkei 2
and Custom
Regarding the setting method of Custom Original Size, refer to
Custom Original Size Setup on page 8-8.
Use the procedure below to select the original size when sending scanned images.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Original Size].
5-2
Sending Functions
Original Size:
a b
1
*Letterq
*********************
2 Legalq
3 Statementq
Original Size:
a b
>
*ISO
B5q
*********************
? Envelope #10
@ Envelope #9
5
Press the OK key. Original Size appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired original
size and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
5
7
5-3
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
Sending Functions
Sending Size
Select the sending size (the size of image to be sent).
Part that is operated
The table below lists the sizes.
Item
Detail
Size
Standard
Sizes
Select from Same
as Original Size,
Standard Size,
envelope, postcard
or the custom sized
originals*.
Same as OrigSize, Legal, Letter,
Statement, Executive, Offcio II, A4, A5,
A6, B5, B6, Folio, 216×340 mm, 16K,
ISO B5, Envelope #10, Envelope #9,
Envelope #6, Envelope Monarch,
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Hagaki,
Oufuku Hagaki, Youkei 4 and Youkei 2
*
For instructions on how to specify the custom original size, refer to
Custom Original Size Setup on page 8-8.
Relationship between Original Size, Sending Size, and Zoom
Original Size (page 5-2), Sending Size, and Zoom (page 5-6) are related to each other. Refer to the following
table.
Original Size and the size you
wish to send as are
the same
different
Original Size
Specify as
necessary
Specify as
necessary
Sending Size
Select [Same as
OrigSize]
Select the
required size
Zoom
Select [100%]
(or [Auto])
Select [Auto]
NOTE: When you select Sending Size that is different from Original Size, and select the Zoom [100%], you
can send the image as the actual size (No Zoom).
5-4
Sending Functions
Use the procedure below to select the size for transmission when sending scanned images.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
Sending Size:
a b
1
*Same as OrigSize
*********************
2 Letter
3 Legal
Sending Size:
a b
?
*ISO B5
*********************
@ Envelope #10
[ Envelope #9
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Sending Size].
5
Press the OK key. Sending Size appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired sending
size.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-5
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
5
Sending Functions
Zoom
Scans the original by automatically zooming it depending on the sending size.
Part that is operated
The table below lists the available options.
Item
Detail
100%
No Zoom (to be scanned at actual size)
Auto
Zoomed automatically according to the specified
sending size.
NOTE: When zooming in or out, see Sending Size on page 5-4 when selecting the sending size.
When Custom Size or Size Entry is selected as the original size, the originals are sent at normal size and
zooming cannot be used.
Depending on the combination of original size and sending size, the image is placed at the edge of the paper.
Use the procedure below to enlarge or reduce the original to match the transmission size.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color
Selection
g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Select the transmission size.
4
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Zoom].
5-6
Sending Functions
Zoom:
a b
1
*100%
*********************
2 Auto
6
Press the OK key. Zoom appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [100%] or [Auto]
and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-7
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
5
Sending Functions
Duplex Sending
Select the type and binding of original depending on the original.
Part that is operated
The table below lists the binding directions for each original type.
Original
Type
Binding
1-sided Sheet Original
1-sided
—
2-sided Sheet Original
2-sided
Binding Left/Right,
Binding Top
Use the procedure below to select the original type and binding direction when sending scanned originals.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
Duplex:
a b
1
*1-sided
*********************
2 2-sided
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Duplex].
5
Press the OK key. Duplex appears.
5-8
Sending Functions
6
Press the  or  key to select [1-sided] or [2sided].
If you select [2-sided], press [Detail] (the Right
Select key), select the binding edge and press the
OK key, and then select the original setting
orientation on the next screen.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-9
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
5
Sending Functions
Original Orientation
To send the document in the orientation that can be read properly, specify the upper orientation of original. To
use the functions below, select the orientation in which the original is set on the platen.
•
1-sided / 2-sided Selection
When placing the original on the platen
[Top Edge Top]
[Top Edge Left]
When placing the original on the document processor
[Top Edge Left]
[Top Edge Top]
Use the procedure below to select the orientation when placing the originals on the platen for sending.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Orig.Orientation].
5-10
Sending Functions
Orig.Orientation: a b
1 c Top Edge Top
2 *d Top Edge Left
*********************
5
Press the OK key. Orig.Orientation appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Top Edge Top] or
[Top Edge Left].
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-11
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
5
Sending Functions
File Format
Select the file format of the image to send.
Part that is operated
The table below lists the file formats and their details.
File Format
PDF
Color mode
Adjustable range of image
quality
Auto(Color/Gray), Auto(Color/
B&W), Full Color, Grayscale
1 Low Quality (High Comp.) to
5 High Quality (Low Comp.)
Black and White
PDF/A-1a
-
Auto(Color/Gray), Auto(Color/
B&W), Full Color, Grayscale
Black and White
PDF/A-1b
-
Auto(Color/Gray), Auto(Color/
B&W), Full Color, Grayscale
Black and White
TIFF
1 Low Quality (High Comp.) to
5 High Quality (Low Comp.)
1 Low Quality (High Comp.) to
5 High Quality (Low Comp.)
-
Auto(Color/Gray), Auto(Color/
B&W), Full Color, Grayscale
Black and White
1 Low Quality (High Comp.) to
5 High Quality (Low Comp.)
-
XPS
Auto(Color/Gray), Full Color,
Grayscale
1 Low Quality (High Comp.) to
5 High Quality (Low Comp.)
JPEG
Auto(Color/Gray), Full Color,
Grayscale
1 Low Quality (High Comp.) to
5 High Quality (Low Comp.)
High Comp.
PDF
Auto(Color/Gray), Auto(Color/
B&W), Full Color, Grayscale
Comp. Priority, Standard,
Quality Priority
Black and White
-
NOTE: You cannot select [JPEG] if [Black and White] is selected for the color mode.
5-12
Sending Functions
Use the procedure below to select the file format for transmission.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
File Format:
a b
1
*PDF
*********************
2 TIFF
3 XPS
[ Detail ]
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [File Format].
5
Press the OK key. File Format appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the file format from
[PDF], [TIFF], [XPS], [JPEG] or [High Comp. PDF].
[Details] (the Right Select key) can be pressed to
select the PDF/A file format. If full color or
grayscale is selected for the scanning color mode,
press [Details] (the Right Select key) to select the
image quality.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-13
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
5
Sending Functions
File Separation
Create several files by dividing scanned original data page by page, and send the files.
Use the procedure below to split scanned original data into separate files when sending scanned originals.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
File Separation: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Each Page
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [File Separation].
5
Press the OK key. File Separation appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Each Page].
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending. The scanned originals are sent in
files of one page each.
NOTE: Three-digit serial number such as
abc_001.pdf, abc_002.pdf... is attached to the end of
the file name.
5-14
Sending Functions
Original Image
Select image quality suitable to the type of original.
The table below shows the quality options.
Item
Detail
Text+Photo
Text and photos together.
Photo
For photos taken with a camera.
Text
Only text, no photos.
OCR
For documents to be read by OCR.
Use the procedure below to select the quality when sending scanned originals.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
Original Image:
a b
1
*Text+Photo
*********************
2 Photo
3 Text
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Original Image].
5
Press the OK key. Original Image appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired image
quality.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-15
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
5
Sending Functions
Adjusting Density
Use the procedure below to adjust the density when scanning the originals.
Part that is operated
The procedure for adjusting the density is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
Density:
a b
4 w Lighter -1
5
y Normal 0
*********************
6 z Darker +1
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Density].
5
Press the OK key. Density appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select your desired
density.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-16
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
Sending Functions
Scan Resolution
Select the fineness of scanning resolution. The finer the scanning becomes (the larger the number becomes),
the better the image quality becomes. However, better resolution also results in larger file size (file capacity)
and longer scanning and sending times. The selectable resolution is 200x100dpi Normal, 200x200dpi Fine,
200x400dpi Super Fine, 300x300dpi, 400x400dpi Ultra Fine, or 600x600dpi.
Part that is operated
5
The procedure for adjusting the scanning resolution when sending a scanned image is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
Scan Resolution: a b
3 200x400dpi S.Fin
4
*300x300dpi
*********************
5 400x400dpi U.Fin
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Scan Resolution].
5
Press the OK key. Scan Resolution appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired scan
resolution.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-17
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
Sending Functions
Color / Grayscale / Black and White Selection
This feature allows you to select the select the color mode used for scanning when sending images. You can
select from Auto(Color/Gray), Auto(Color/B&W), Full Color, Grayscale or Black & White.
Use the procedure below to select the color mode when sending scanned images.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
Color Selection: a b
1
*Auto(Color/Gray)
*********************
2 Auto(Color/B&W)
3 Full Color
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Color Selection].
5
Press the OK key. Color Selection appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired color
mode.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-18
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
Sending Functions
Continuous Scan
When the multi-page originals cannot be placed in the document processor at one time, the originals can be
scanned in separate batches and then sent as one job. With this function, originals can be scanned one after
another until you press [End Scan] (the Right Select key).
The procedure for using continuous scanning when sending scanned images is explained below.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color
Selection
g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
Continuous Scan: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
Press the Send key.
2
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
5
3
Press the  or  key to select [Continuous Scan].
4
Press the OK key. Continuous Scan appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
6
Specify the destination.
7
Place the original, and press the Start key.
8
Place the next original, and press the Start key.
Scan the remaining originals by the same
procedure.
When you have scanned all the originals, press
[End Scan] (the Right Select key) to start sending.
5-19
Sending Functions
File Name Entry
This setting allows you to assign a document name to scanned images. You can specify a default for the
document name.
Use the procedure below to assign names to scanned documents that you are sending.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
File Name Entry: A b
File_2010*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [File Name Entry].
5
Press the OK key. File Name Entry appears.
6
Enter the file name, press the OK key. Additional
Info. appears.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
7
Enter the date, job number, etc. on the screen, and
then press the OK key.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-20
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
Sending Functions
Subject and Body Entry
When sending E-mail, enter the subject and body of the E-mail.
Use the procedure below to enter the subject and body for an E-mail message and then send the E-mail.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
B b
Subject Entry:
*
[
ABC
Text
1
Press the Send key.
2
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
5
3
Press the  or  key to select [Subject/Body].
4
Press the OK key. Subject Entry appears.
5
Enter the subject and press the OK key.
]
NOTE: Up to 60 characters can be entered for the
subject.
Body Entry:
*
[
B b
6
Enter the body and press the OK key.
NOTE: Up to 500 characters can be entered for the
ABC
Text
body.
]
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
7
5-21
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
Sending Functions
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of image outlines. When scanning penciled originals with rough or broken lines, clear
scanning data can be taken by adjusting sharpness toward [Sharpen]. When scanning images made up of
patterned dots such as magazine photos, in which moire* patterns appear, edge softening and weakening of
the moire effect can be obtained by setting the sharpness toward [Unsharpen].
* Patterns that are created by irregular distribution of halftone dots.
Refer to the sample image in Appendix-24.
Follow the steps below to adjust sharpness.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
Sharpness:
a b
1
*-3(Unsharpen)
*********************
2 -2
3 -1
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Sharpness].
5
Press the OK key. Sharpness appears.
6
Press the  or  key to adjust the sharpness. A
larger negative value decreases the sharpness,
and a larger positive value increases the
sharpness.
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
8
5-22
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
Sending Functions
Background Density
Removes dark background from originals, such as newspapers.
If the ground color is obtrusive, select [Auto]. If [Auto] does not remove the ground color, select [Manual] and
adjust the density of the ground color.
NOTE: This feature is used with full color and auto color copying. Background Density Adjust is disabled
during auto color sending when the a black & white original has been detected.
5
Original
Scanning Image
The setting items are as follows.
Item
Description
Off
Does not adjust the ground color.
Auto
Automatically adjusts the background density
based on the original.
Manual
Manually adjust the density in 5 levels. When
[Manual] is selected, press [1 (Lighter)] to
[5 (Darker)] to adjust the background density.
Follow the steps below to use background density adjust.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color
Selection
g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Backgrnd Density].
5-23
Sending Functions
Backgrnd Density: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Auto
3 Manual
Manual:
a b
3 3
4 4
5 *5 (Darker)
*********************
5
Press the OK key. Backgrnd Density appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [Auto] or
[Manual].
7
Press the OK key.
When [Manual] is selected, Manual appears.
Press the  or  key to select [1 (Lighter)] to
[5 (Darker)] and then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for copying.
8
5-24
Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
Sending Functions
WSD Scan
WSD Scan saves images of originals scanned on this machine as files on a WSD-compatible computer.
NOTE: For information on operating the computer, refer to the operating system help for your computer.
To use WSD Scan, WSD Scan Setup (page 8-178) must be set to [On] in the network settings.
Installing the driver
1
Select Start button of the Windows display, and
then Network.
2
Select the machine displayed Multifunctional
Devices, and then right-click Install.
Installing of the driver starts.
3
After installing the driver, click Close.
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
Procedure using this machine
Displays the screen for sending.
NOTE: Depending on the settings, the address book
screen may appear. In this event, press [Cancel] to
display the screen for sending.
Send to:
a b
2 G Folder(SMB)
3 H Folder(FTP)
4 P WSD Scan
*********************
WSD Scan:
a b
1 From Computer
2
From Oper. Panel
*********************
[
Exit
3
Press the  or  key to select [WSD Scan].
4
Press the OK key. WSD Scan appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [From Oper. Panel].
]
5-25
5
Sending Functions
Select Computer: a b
P
Computer01
*********************
P Computer02
P Computer03
[ Cancel ] [ Detail ]
Press Start Key.
P :Computer01
6
Select the destination computer from the computer
list.
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) to see the
information of the selected computer.
7
Press the OK key to confirm the destination, and
then press the Start key. Transmission starts.
NOTE: To change the destination computer, press the
Back key and then press [Yes] (the Left Select key).
This brings you back to step 6.
NOTE: To use WSD Scan from your computer, press
[From Computer] in step 5 and then scan the original
from the computer.
5-26
Sending Functions
Job Finish Notice
This feature sends an e-mail providing notification that transmission has been completed.
Use the procedure below to specify the Job Finish Notice settings.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
JobFinish Notice: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
Destination:
a b
1
*Address
Book
*********************
2 Address Entry
Address Book:
a b
p
Fiala
*********************
p Maury
p Morgan
[ Menu
]
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals on the platen or in the
document processor.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
5
4
Press the  or  key to select [JobFinish Notice].
5
Press the OK key. JobFinish Notice appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book] or
[Address Entry], and then press the OK key.
8
If you select [Address Book], select [Address
Book] on the next screen and press the OK key,
and then select the notice destination.
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key), select
[Detail] on the next screen and press the OK key to
view the details of the selected notice destination.
5-27
Sending Functions
If you select [Address Entry], enter the address of
the notice destination.
Address Entry:
A b
******@abcdefg.jp*
[
ABC
Text
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
]
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
9
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
10 Specify the destination, and press the Start key to
start sending.
When the sending is completed, the finish notice is
sent to the specified E-mail address.
5-28
Sending Functions
FTP Encrypted TX
This allows you to encrypt documents when you send them. If you select [On] in this option, you can then select
the encryption method in the basic send screen.
Use the procedure below to scan and send originals as encrypted files.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Color Selection g
*********************
2 Original Size
T
3 Original Image T
[ Exit
]
FTP Encrypted TX: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
Press the Send key.
2
Place the originals in the document processor or
on the platen.
3
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [FTP Encrypted
TX].
5
Press the OK key. FTP Encrypted TX appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen for sending.
NOTE: Click Security Settings -> Network Security in the Command Center RX. Be sure that SSL of
Secure Protocol Settings is On and more than two effective encryptions are selected in Clientside Settings.
For details, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide.
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5
Sending Functions
Scanning Image using Application
Be sure that you connect your PC with the machine using the USB cable or Network cable and install the
Kyocera TWAIN or WIA Driver. The scan can be carried out from any TWAIN or WIA compatible application
program. For details of installation for TWAIN or WIA driver, refer to Setting TWAIN Driver on page 2-33 or
Setting the WIA Driver (Windows Vista™, Windows® Server 2008 and Windows 7) on page 2-34.
The following procedure is an example for scan operation using the TWAIN Driver. Operate the WIA Drivers in
the same manner.
1
Connect the machine to a PC via a network.
NOTE: For WIA, in addition to connection via a
network, the machine can also be connected to a PC
by USB cable.
2
Place the originals in the document processor or
on the platen.
3
Use the TWAIN-compatible application to scan
from your computer.
NOTE: When the Login User Name and Login
Password entry screen appears, enter them and click
the OK button.
4
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Choose the appropriate settings and click Scan.
The scanned data will be sent to your computer.
6 Document Box
This chapter explains the typical procedure for utilizing Document Box.
•
•
•
•
•
Printing Documents Stored in USB Memory................. 6-2
Saving Documents to USB Memory (Scan to USB) ..... 6-5
Removing USB Memory ............................................... 6-7
Printing from a Custom Box.......................................... 6-8
Printing from a Job Box .............................................. 6-16
6-1
Document Box
Printing Documents Stored in USB Memory
Plugging USB memory directly into the machine enables you to quickly and easily print the files stored in the
USB memory without having to use a computer.
Limitations
•
The following file types can be printed:
•
PDF file (Version 1.7)
•
TIFF file (TIFF V6/TTN2 format)
•
JPEG file
•
XPS file
•
PDF files you wish to print should have an extension (.pdf).
•
Files to be printed should be saved no further down than the top 3 folder levels.
•
Plug the USB memory directly into the USB memory slot. We do not guarantee that USB memory printing is
error free if a USB hub is used.
Printing
Print documents stored in the removable USB memory.
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Polling Box
USB Memory:
a b
N
Store File
*********************
i Folder-1
j File-1
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
Plug the USB memory into the USB memory slot.
2
Press the Document Box key. The Document Box
menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [USB Memory].
4
Press the OK key. USB Memory appears.
6-2
Document Box
5
Press the  or  key to select the file you want to
print.
Select a folder and press the OK key to view the
files in the folder. Documents in the top 3 folder
levels including the root directory can be viewed.
USB Memory:
a b
N Store File
i Folder-1
j
File-1
g
*********************
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
6
Press [Select] (the Right Select key). The
selected file name is indicated by a checkmark
next to it.
When you want to print additional files, repeat
steps 5 to 6 to select them.
USB Memory:
a b
1
Print
*********************
2 Delete
Ready to print.
Copies:
sA A4a
1-sided
[ Duplex ] [ Paper
7
Press the OK key. A menu appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Print].
9
Press the OK key. The basic screen appears.
Change the number of copies, 1-sided/2-sided
printing, etc., as necessary. For changing print
settings, refer to Copying on page 3-7 and
Copying Functions on page 4-1.
1
]
10 Press the Start key. Printing of the selected file
begins.
JPEG/TIFF Print
Sets the print mode for JPEG/TIFF files. The default setting is [Paper Size].
Function Menu:
a b
1
Collate
g
*********************
2 Paper Selection T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
1
Follow steps 1 to 8 of Printing on page 6-2.
2
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [JPEG/TIFF Print].
6-3
6
Document Box
JPEG/TIFF Print: a b
1
*Paper Size
g
*********************
2 Image Resolution T
3 Print Resolution T
4
Press the OK key. JPEG/TIFF Print appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select the desire print
mode.
The print modes are as follows:
Paper Size (scaled to fit the paper size)
Image Resolution (matched to the image
resolution)
Print Resolution (matched to the print resolution)
6
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen.
XPS FitTo Page
If you select [On] in this setting, XPS data is scaled to fit the paper size during printing. If you select [Off], the
data is printed at its original size.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Collate
g
*********************
2 Paper Selection T
3 Duplex
T
[ Exit
]
XPS FitTo Page:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
Follow steps 1 to 8 of Printing on page 6-2.
2
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [XPS FitTo Page].
4
Press the OK key. XPS FitTo Page appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the basic screen.
6-4
Document Box
Saving Documents to USB Memory (Scan to USB)
This function allows you to store scanned image files in USB memory connected to the machine. You can store
files in PDF, TIFF, JPEG or XPS format.
NOTE: The maximum number of the storable files is 1,000.
Storing Documents
The procedure for storing documents in removable USB memory is explained below.
1
Plug the USB memory into the USB memory slot .
6
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom
Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Polling Box
USB Memory:
a b
N
Store File
*********************
i Folder-1
j File-1
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
2
Press the Document Box key. The Document Box
menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [USB Memory].
4
Press the OK key. USB Memory appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Store File].
NOTE: To save the data in the folder of USB memory,
press the  or  key to select the folder, and then
press [Select] (the Right Select key). The machine will
display documents in the top 3 folder levels, including
the root folder.
6-5
Document Box
Ready to scan.
6
Press the OK key. The basic screen appears.
Change the original type, file format, etc., as
necessary. For changing scan settings, refer to
Sending Functions on page 5-1.
7
Press the Start key. The original is scanned and
the data is stored in the USB memory.
A4q
1-sided
300x300dpi
[2-sided ] [ScanRes.]
IMPORTANT: When removing the USB memory,
ensure that you use the correct removal procedure, as
described in Removing USB Memory on page 6-7.
6-6
Document Box
Removing USB Memory
Remove the USB memory.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to follow the proper procedure to avoid damaging the data or USB memory.
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Polling Box
USB Memory:
a b
N
Store File
*********************
i Folder-1
j File-1
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
Menu:
1 Memory Detail
2 Remove Memory
a b
OK
Press the Document Box key. The Document Box
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [USB Memory].
3
Press the OK key. USB Memory appears.
4
Press [Menu] (the Left Select key). A menu
appears.
NOTE: This is the image on the screen when a folder
is selected. [Open] is not displayed when a file is
selected.
USB memory can be
safely removed.
[
1
5
Press the  or  key to select [Remove Memory].
6
Press the OK key. A confirmation message
appears.
7
Press [OK] (the Right Select key) or remove the
USB memory. The screen returns to the Document
Box menu.
]
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6
Document Box
Printing from a Custom Box
Custom Box is a component box which you can create within the Document Box and store data for later
retrieval.
IMPORTANT: To use a Custom Box, an optional SSD must be installed in the machine. The SSD must be
formatted from the machine. For more information, refer to Format SSD on page 8-64.
NOTE: To create a Custom Box, refer to Custom Box creation on page 8-86.
The setting of Custom Boxes is also possible from Command Center RX. For more information, refer to the
Command Center RX User Guide.
Custom Box display
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Polling Box
Custom Box:
a b
0001x
Dandoko
*********************
0002x DANDOKO box
0003x DBox
[ Menu ]
1
Press the Document Box key. The Document Box
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Custom Box].
3
Press the OK key. The Custom Box menu
appears.
Sorting the Custom Box list
When user login administration is enabled, it is possible to sort the list display into either Box Number order or
Box Owner order.
1 In the Custom Box list screen, press [Menu] (the
Menu:
a b
Left Select key). The Menu screen appears.
1
Open
*********************
2 Detail
3 Sort(No.)
2
Press the  or  key to select [Sort(No.)] or
[Sort(Name)].
3
Press the OK key. The Menu screen reappears.
6-8
Document Box
Searching Custom Boxes
It is possible to search for a Custom Box using either the Box number or Box name.
1 In the Custom Box list screen, press [Menu] (the
Menu:
a b
Left Select key). The Menu screen appears.
1
Open
*********************
2 Detail
3 Sort(No.)
Search(No.):
a b
(0001 - 1000)
0001
********
2
Press the  or  key to select [Search(No.)] or
[Search(Name)].
3
Press the OK key. The Search(No.) screen or the
Search(Name) screen appears.
6
Searching is possible using the methods below:
•
Searching with Box numbers...6-9
•
Searching with Box names...6-10
Searching with Box numbers
Menu:
a b
1
Open
*********************
2 Detail
3 Sort(No.)
Search(No.):
a b
(0001 - 1000)
0001
********
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press [Menu] (the
Left Select key). The Menu screen appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Search(No.)].
3
Press the OK key. The Search(No.) screen
appears.
4
Enter the Box number to be found and press OK
key. A search is done for the Box number entered.
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Document Box
Searching with Box names
Menu:
a b
1
Open
*********************
2 Detail
3 Sort(No.)
a b
Search(Name):
Box*
S
[
ABC
Text
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press [Menu] (the
Left Select key). The Menu screen appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Search(Name)].
3
Press the OK key. The Search(Name) screen
appears.
4
Enter the Box name to be found and press OK key.
A search is done for the Box name entered.
]
File operations (Printing, deleting and moving files)
It is possible to print files stored in a Custom Box, to delete them or to move them to a different Custom Box.
The following operations are possible:
•
Box number/Box name (Select a File)...6-11
•
Select/Deselect All Files...6-11
•
Print a File...6-12
•
Print a File (Changes to the print settings)...6-12
•
Delete a File...6-14
•
Moving files...6-14
•
Check File Details...6-15
Custom Box:
a b
0001x
Dandoko
*********************
0002x DANDOKO box
0003x DBox
[ Menu ]
x 0001 Dandoko:
a b
j
AAAA
T
*********************
j BBBB
T
j CCCC
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press  or  key to
select a Custom Box.
2
Press the OK key. The machine displays a list of
files stored in the Custom Box.
NOTE: If the screen for entering a password is
displayed then enter the password using the numeric
keys and then press the OK key.
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Document Box
Box number/Box name (Select a File)
To print/delete a file in the Custom Box, first select the file to be printed or deleted.
x 0001 Dandoko:
a b
j
AAAA
g
*********************
j BBBB
T
j CCCC
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
Press  or  key to select the file to be printed/
deleted.
2
When [Select] (the Right Select key) is pressed,
the file is selected.
A checkmark will be placed on the right of the
selected file.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] (the
Right Select key) again to cancel the selection.
NOTE: To select all files, follow the steps of Select/
Deselect All Files on page 6-11.
Select/Deselect All Files
All files in the Custom Box are selected.
x 0001 Dandoko:
a b
j
AAAA
T
*********************
j BBBB
T
j CCCC
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
Menu:
a b
1
Select All
*********************
2 Clear All
3 Search(Name)
x 0001 Dandoko:
a b
j
AAAA
g
*********************
j BBBB
g
j CCCC
g
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
Press [Menu] (the Left Select key). The Menu
screen appears.
2
In the Custom Box list screen, press the  or 
key to select [Select All] and then press the OK
key.
When there is a file not checked in the Custom
Box, all files will be checkmarked.
Select the checkmarked file and press [Select] (the
Right Select key) again to cancel the selection.
NOTE: When [Clear All] is selected, the checkmarks
are all removed.
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6
Document Box
Print a File
Print the file(s) selected in the Custom Box.
x 0001 Dandoko:
a b
1
Print
*********************
2 Print(ChangeSet)
3 Delete
Ready to print.
Copies: 1
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press the
OK key. The Print/Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Print].
3
Press the OK key. The Copies menu screen
appears.
If you want to change the number of remaining
copies to be printed, use the numeric keys or press
the  or  key to set the number of copies to be
printed.
NOTE: If Job Accounting is enabled, enter the
account ID in the login screen that appears. The
Copies menu screen appears after login.
4
Accepted.
Job No. :
9999
Press the Start key. The message Accepted.
appears and printing begins. When [On] is
selected in the Del. afterPrint (Setting for file
deletion after printing) on page 8-94, the selected
file will be deleted from the Custom Box after it is
printed.
Print a File (Changes to the print settings)
To change the print settings for a file selected in a Custom Box and print it.
x 0001 Dandoko:
a b
1
Print
*********************
2 Print(ChangeSet)
3 Delete
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press the
OK key. The Print/Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Print(ChangeSet)].
6-12
Document Box
Ready to print.
Copies: 1
sA A4a
1-sided
[ Duplex ] [ Paper ]
3
Press the OK key. The Copies menu screen
appears.
If you want to change the number of remaining copies
to be printed, use the numeric keys or press the  or
 key to set the number of copies to be printed.
Change the number of copies, 1-sided/2-sided
printing, etc., as necessary. For changing print
settings, refer to Copying on page 3-7 and
Copying Functions on page 4-1.
NOTE: If Job Accounting is enabled, enter the
account ID in the login screen that appears. The
Copies menu screen appears after login.
4
Accepted.
Job No. :
9999
Press the Start key. The message Accepted.
appears and printing begins. When [On] is selected
in the Del. afterPrint (Setting for file deletion after
printing) on page 8-94, the selected file will be
deleted from the Custom Box after it is printed.
Del. after Print (Delete data after printing setting)
Use this setting to specify whether or not the file data is deleted after printing.
Function Menu:
a b
1
Collate
g
*********************
2 Paper Selection T
T
3 Duplex
[ Exit
]
Del. after Print: a b
1
*Off
g
*********************
2 On
1
Follow steps 1 to 3 of Print a File (Changes to the
print settings) on page 6-12.
2
Press the Function Menu key. Function Menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Del. After Print].
4
Press the OK key. Del. After Print appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Menu screen.
6-13
6
Document Box
Delete a File
Delete the file(s) selected in the Custom Box.
x 0001 Dandoko:
a b
1
Print
*********************
2 Print(ChangeSet)
3 Delete
Delete.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press the
OK key. The Print/Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
3
Press the OK key. A confirmation message
appears.
4
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The message
Completed. appears and the selected file(s) are
deleted.
]
Pressing [No] (the Right Select key) returns to the
file list menu screen without deleting the file.
Moving files
A file can be moved to a different Custom Box.
x 0001 Dandoko:
a b
1
Print
*********************
2 Print(ChangeSet)
3 Delete
Custom Box:
a b
0001x
Dandoko
*********************
0002x DANDOKO box
0003x DBox
1
In the file list screen, select the item and press the
OK key. The Print/Delete menu screen appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Move].
3
Press the OK key. The Custom Box list appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select the destination Box.
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Document Box
5
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the file list.
NOTE: If the screen for entering a password is
displayed then enter the password using the numeric
keys and then press the OK key.
Check File Details
Details for the file that is selected with the cursor will appear.
Menu:
a b
1
Select All
*********************
2 Clear All
3 Search(Name)
Detail:
C b
File Name
1/5
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTN
1
In the file list screen, press [Menu] (the Left Select
key).
2
Press the  or  key to select [Detail].
6
3
Press the OK key. Details for the file that is
selected with the cursor appears.
The details for the file cover 5 pages in all. Press
the  key to view to the next page or the  key to
return to the previous page.
[ Detail ]
In the File Name screen, if the file name is
abbreviated because it cannot be displayed on one
line, press [Detail] (the Right Select key) to
change the display to three lines.
Detail:
D b
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU
VWXYZ.txt
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Document Box
Printing from a Job Box
When RAM Disk Mode is enabled, you can use a Job Box to print.
Job Box is a function that stores print data on the set RAM disk in the machine, enabling the data to be printed
as needed from the operation panel of the machine.
If an ID (4-digit number) is set when printing is executed from the computer, the data can be kept more
confidential. When an ID is set, the ID must be entered in order to print the stored data from the machine.
For the RAM disk settings, see RAM Disk Mode on page 8-63.
Private Print
Private Print is used to allow printing only after the same 4-digit ID that was entered in the printer driver at the
time of printing is entered at the operation panel. The data is erased after printing.
For information on Private Print, see Help in the printer driver.
The procedure for printing stored data is explained below.
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Polling Box
Job Box:
a b
1
Private Print
*********************
2 Quick Copy
Private Print:
a b
l
Fiala
*********************
l Maury
1
Press the Document Box key. The Document Box
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Job Box].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Box menu appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Private Print].
5
Press the OK key. The user selection menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the user.
6-16
Document Box
l Fiala:
a b
o
Data01
*********************
o Data02
o Data03
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
7
Press the OK key. The print file selection menu
appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select the file to be
printed, and then press [Select] (the Right Select
key). The selected file will be marked.
If you need to add another file, repeat this
procedure to select the file.
Menu:
a b
1
Select
All
*********************
2 Clear All
3 Detail
Fiala:
a b
1
Print
*********************
2 Delete
NOTE: To select all files, press Menu (the Left Select
key) and select [Select All]. To deselect all files, select
[Clear All]. To show file details, select [Detail].
9
Press the OK key. The file print and delete
selection menu appears.
10 Press the  or  key to select [Print] and press
the OK key.
NOTE: To delete the selected file without printing it,
select [Delete] and press the OK key. The file deletion
confirmation screen appears. Press [Yes] (the Left
Select key). Completed. appears and the file is
deleted.
Fiala:
b
11 The ID entry screen appears. Enter the ID and
press the OK key.
1216S
*********************
6-17
6
Document Box
Copies:
a b
(1 - 999,---)
--- copies
********
12 The number of copies screen appears. Set the
number of copies and press the OK key.
13 The file print confirmation screen appears. Press
[Yes] (the Left Select key). Accepted appears and
printing begins.
Quick Copy mode
This mode is used to print an additional copy of a document that has already been printed. If a document is
printed with Quick Copy selected in the printer driver, the document will be simultaneously stored on the SSD.
The required number of copies can be printed whenever needed from the operation panel. If more documents
than the set maximum are stored, the oldest job will be overwritten each time a new job is stored. When the
machine power is turned off, jobs stored in this mode are erased. For the number of documents that can be
stored in Quick Copy mode, see Quick Copy Jobs on page 8-97.
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom
Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Polling Box
Job Box:
a b
1
Private Print
*********************
2 Quick Copy
Quick Copy:
a b
l
Fiala
*********************
l Maury
1
Press the Document Box key. The Document Box
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Job Box].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Box menu appears.
4
Press the or  key to select [Quick Copy].
5
Press the OK key. The user selection menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the user.
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Document Box
l Fiala:
a b
o
Data01
*********************
o Data02
o Data03
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
7
Press the OK key. The print file selection menu
appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select the file to be
printed, and then press [Select] (the Right Select
key). The selected file will be marked.
If you need to add another file, repeat this
procedure to select the file.
Menu:
a b
1
Select
All
*********************
2 Clear All
3 Detail
Fiala:
a b
1
Print
*********************
2 Delete
NOTE: To select all files, press Menu (the Left Select
key) and select [Select All]. To deselect all files, select
[Clear All]. To show file details, select [Detail].
9
Press the OK key. The file print and delete
selection menu appears.
10 Press the  or  key to select [Print] and press
the OK key.
NOTE: To delete the selected file without printing it,
select [Delete] and press the OK key. The file deletion
confirmation screen appears. Press [Yes] (the Left
Select key). Completed. appears and the file is
deleted.
Copies:
M b
(1 - 999,---)
--- copies
********
11 The number of copies screen appears. Set the
number of copies and press the OK key.
12 The file print confirmation screen appears. Press
[Yes] (the Left Select key). Accepted appears and
printing begins.
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6
Document Box
6-20
7 Status / Job Cancel
This chapter explains how to check the status and history of jobs and cancel the jobs being
processed or waiting to be printed.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Checking Job Status..................................................... 7-2
Checking Job History.................................................... 7-8
Sending the Job Log History ...................................... 7-13
Pause and Resumption of Jobs.................................. 7-19
Canceling of Jobs ....................................................... 7-19
Device/Communication............................................... 7-20
7-1
Status / Job Cancel
Checking Job Status
Check the status of jobs being processed or waiting to be printed.
Available Status Screens
The processing and waiting statuses of jobs are displayed as a list on the Message Display in four different
screens - Print Job, Send Job, Store Job, and Scheduled Job. The following job statuses are available.
Screen
Job statuses to be displayed
Print Job
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Copy
Printer
FAX reception
Document Box
E-mail reception
Job Report /List
Printing data from removable memory
Send Job
•
•
•
•
•
•
FAX transmission
PC (SMB/FTP) transmission
E-mail
Application
Multiple destination
Sending Job FAX using Delayed
transmission
Store Job
•
•
Scan
FAX
Scheduled Job
•
FAX
Print Job Status Screen
Status:
a b
1
Print
Job
Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Print Job Status: a b
0008
Copy
r
0009
maury’s data
0010 W aaaa
[ Pause ] [ Menu
]
1
2
3
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Print Job Status].
3
Press the OK key. Print Job Status appears. Press
the  or  key to check the print queue.
4
7-2
Status / Job Cancel
0009 Detail:
Status:
Processing
Press the OK key to check detailed information of
the selected job.
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NOTE: You can also check the job information by
pressing [Menu] (the Right Select key) and selecting
[Detail] in the menu that appears.
Press the  or  key to switch the display to other
information items. The items displayed are as
follows:
Status (status of job)
Accepted Time
Job Name
Job Type
User Name
Page and Copy
(number of pages and copies to be printed)
Original Page (number of pages of the original)
Color Mode
When complete job name not displayed in detailed information
When the job name in Job Name is displayed in a short form, press [Detail] (the Right Select key) to see the
complete job name. Press the OK key to return to the original screen.
The table below lists the items displayed in the Printing Jobs Status screen.
No.
Item / Key
Detail
1
Job No.
Acceptance No. of job
2
Type
Icons that indicate the job type
Copy job
Printer job W
FAX reception
E-mail reception p
Job from Document Box x
Report / List j
Data from Removable Memory Y
3
Job Name
Job Name or file name
7-3
7
Status / Job Cancel
No.
4
Item / Key
Status
Detail
Status of job
r:
s:
no icon:
R:
S:
Printing
Print Waiting
Pausing print job or error
Preferential print job is
running
Suspended because
preferential print job is
running
Send Job Status screen
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Send Job Status: a b
0010
066764333
r
N
0011 p Broadcast
0017
0324256345 N
[ Cancel ] [ Menu
]
1
2
3
0011 Detail:
Status:
Processing
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Send Job Status].
3
Press the OK key. Send Job Status appears. Press
the  or  key to check the send queue.
4
Press the OK key to check detailed information of
the selected job.
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NOTE: You can also check the job information by
pressing [Menu] (the Right Select key) and selecting
[Detail] in the menu that appears.
Press the  or  key to switch the display to other
information items. The items displayed are as
follows:
Status (status of job)
Accepted Time
Job Name
Job Type
User Name
Original Pages (number of pages of the original)
Color/B & W (color mode of the original)
Destination
7-4
Status / Job Cancel
When complete job name not displayed in detailed information
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Job Name to see the complete job name. Press the OK key to return to
the original screen.
When complete destination name not displayed in detailed information
When there is only one destination, press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Destination to see the complete
destination name. Press the OK key to return to the original screen.
When there are two or more destinations, press [List] (the Right Select key) in Destination to display the
destination list. Press the  or  key to select the desired destination and press the OK key. This displays the
complete name of the destination. Press the OK key to return to the destination list.
Pressing [Exit] (the Right Select key) while the destination list is displayed brings you back to the original
screen.
The table below lists the items displayed in the Sending Jobs Status screen.
No.
Item / Key
Detail
1
Job No.
Acceptance No. of job
2
Type
Icons that indicate the job type
Sending Job FAX
Sending Job PC (SMB/FTP)
Sending Job E-mail p
Sending Job TWAIN2/WSD Scan P
When broadcast sending is done,
Broadcast is displayed next to the
icon. When TWAIN send or WSD
send is executed, "Application"
appears next to the icon.
3
Destination
Destination (Either destination name,
FAX number, E-mail address, or
server name)
4
Status
Status of job
r:
no icon:
s:
X:
7-5
Sending
Sending Waiting
Pausing the job
Stop sending
7
Status / Job Cancel
Store Job Status screen
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Store Job Status: a b
r
0008 N Scan
0009
maury’s data
0010
aaaa
[ Cancel ] [ Menu
]
1
2
3
0009 Detail:
Status:
Processing
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Store Job Status].
3
Press the OK key. Store Job Status appears. Press
the  or  key to check the store queue.
4
Press the OK key to check detailed information of
the selected job.
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NOTE: You can also check the job information by
pressing [Menu] (the Right Select key) and selecting
[Detail] in the menu that appears.
Press the  or  key to switch the display to other
information items. The items displayed are as
follows:
Status (status of job)
Accepted Time
Job Name
Job Type
User Name
Original Pages (number of pages of the original)
Color/B & W (color mode of the original)
Sender Info. (destination information)
7-6
Status / Job Cancel
When complete job name not displayed in detailed information
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Job Name to see the complete job name. Press the OK key to return to
the original screen.
When complete destination information not displayed in detailed information
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Sender Info. to see the complete destination information. Press the OK
key to return to the original screen.
The table below lists the items displayed in the Storing Jobs Status screen.
No.
Display / Key
Details
1
Job No.
Acceptance No. of job
2
Type
Icons that indicate the job type
Storing Job Scan N
Storing Job FAX
3
Job Name
Job name or file name is displayed.
4
Status
Status of job
s:
no icon:
7-7
Storing Data
Storing Waiting
7
Status / Job Cancel
Checking Job History
Check the history of completed jobs.
NOTE: Job history is also available by Command Center RX or KYOCERA Net Viewer from the computer. For
details, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide or KYOCERA Net Viewer User Guide.
Available Job History Screens
The job histories are displayed separately in three screens - Print Jobs, Send Jobs, Store Jobs, and Scheduled
Jobs. The following job histories are available.
Screen
Job histories to be displayed
Print Job
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Copy
Printer
FAX reception
E-mail reception
Printing from a Document Box
Job Report / List
Printing data from removable
memory
Send Job
•
•
•
•
•
FAX
PC (SMB/FTP)
E-mail
Application
Multiple destination
Store Job
•
•
•
•
Scan
FAX
Printer
USB Memory
Scheduled Job
•
FAX
Displaying Print Job Log
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Print Job Log].
7-8
Status / Job Cancel
Print Job Log:
a
0006
maury’s da.
0007
tom’s da.
0008
susan’s da.
[ Detail
b
v
3
Press the OK key. Print Job Log appears. Press
the  or  key to check the print log.
u
u
]
A job result icon is displayed on the extreme right
of each job.
u : Job completed normally
v : Job error
t : Job aborted
NOTE: For details of other items, refer to Print Job
Status Screen on page 7-2.
0006 Detail:
Result:
Error
00100
Press the OK key or [Detail] (the Right Select key)
to check the detailed information of the selected
print log.
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Press the  or  key to switch the display to other
information items. The items displayed are as
follows:
Result
Accepted Time
End Time
Job Name
Job Type
User Name
Page and Copy
(number of pages and copies to be printed)
Original Page (number of pages of the original)
Color Mode
Sender Info. (destination information)
When complete job name not displayed in detailed information
When the job name in Job Name is displayed in a short form, press [Detail] (the Right Select key) to see the
complete job name. Press the OK key to return to the original screen.
When complete destination information not displayed in detailed information
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Sender Info. to see the complete destination information. Press the OK
key to return to the original screen.
7-9
7
Status / Job Cancel
Displaying Send Job Log
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Send Job Log:
a
0004 p Broadcast
0003
0756545865
0002 p Morgan@kyocN
[ Detail
b
u
u
v
]
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Send Job Log].
3
Press the OK key. Send Job Log appears. Press
the  or  key to check the send log.
A job result icon is displayed on the extreme right
of each job.
u : Job completed normally
v : Job error
t : Job aborted
NOTE: For details of other items, refer to Send Job
Status screen on page 7-4.
0004 Detail:
Result:
OK
Press the OK key or [Detail] (the Right Select key)
to check the detailed information of the selected
send log.
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Press the  or  key to switch the display to other
information items. The items displayed are as
follows:
Result
Accepted Time
End Time
Job Name
Job Type
User Name
Original Pages (number of pages of the original)
Color/B & W (color mode of the original)
Destination
7-10
Status / Job Cancel
When complete job name not displayed in detailed information
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Job Name to see the complete job name. Press the OK key to return to
the original screen.
When complete destination name not displayed in detailed information
When there is only one destination, press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Destination to see the complete
destination name. Press the OK key to return to the original screen.
When there are two or more destinations, press [List] (the Right Select key) in Destination to display the
destination list. Press the  or  key to select the desired destination and press the OK key. This displays the
complete name of the destination. Press the OK key to return to the destination list.
Pressing [Exit] (the Right Select key) while the destination list is displayed brings you back to the original
screen.
Displaying Store Job Log
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Store Job Log:
a
0008
Scan
0009
maury’s data
0010 Y aaaa
[ Detail
b
u
v
v
]
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Store Job Log].
3
Press the OK key. Store Job Log appears. Press
the  or  key to check the store queue.
A job result icon is displayed on the extreme right
of each job.
u : Job completed normally
v : Job error
t : Job aborted
NOTE: For details of other items, refer to Store Job
Status screen on page 7-6.
7-11
7
Status / Job Cancel
0009 Detail:
Result:
Error
10200
Press the OK key or [Detail] (the Right Select key)
to check the detailed information of the selected
job.
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Press the  or  key to switch the display to other
information items. The items displayed are as
follows:
Result
Accepted Time
End Time
Job Name
Job Type
User Name
Original Pages (number of pages of the original)
Color/B & W (color mode of the original)
Sender Info. (destination information)
When complete job name not displayed in detailed information
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Job Name to see the complete job name. Press the OK key to return to
the original screen.
When complete destination information not displayed in detailed information
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) in Sender Info. to see the complete destination information. Press the OK
key to return to the original screen.
7-12
Status / Job Cancel
Sending the Job Log History
You can send the job log history by e-mail. You can either send it manually as needed or have it sent
automatically whenever a set number of jobs is reached.
Displaying Job Log History Menu
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
1
Report
*********************
2 Counter
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel. The Sys. Menu/Count. menu
appears.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
1
Report
*********************
2 Counter
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
Report:
a b
1
Report Print
*********************
2 Admin Rpt Set.
3 Result Rpt Set.
[ Exit
]
Now, the machine is
prohibited to be
used.
23:00 - 08:30
2
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Report].
3
Press the OK key. The Report menu appears.
IMPORTANT: When a time period to prohibit
acceptance of jobs is set in timer settings, the screen
will display Now, the machine is prohibited to be used.
and return to the standby screen.
7-13
7
Status / Job Cancel
Report:
a b
2 Admin Rpt Set.
3 Result Rpt Set.
4
Job Log History
*********************
[ Exit
]
Job Log History: a b
1
Auto Sending
*********************
2 Send History
3 Destination
[ Exit
]
4
Press the  or  key to select [Job Log History].
5
Press the OK key. The Job Log History menu
appears.
1
In the Job Log History menu, press the  or  key
to select [Destination].
2
Press the OK key. The Destination menu appears.
1
In the Destination menu, press the  or  key to
select [Confirmation].
Setting the destination
Set the destination to which job log histories are sent.
Use the procedure below to set the destination.
Job Log History: a b
1 Auto Sending
2 Send History
3
Destination
*********************
[ Exit
]
Destination:
a b
1
Confirmation
*********************
2 Register
[
Exit
]
Confirming Current Destination
Destination:
a b
1
Confirmation
*********************
2 Register
[
Exit
]
7-14
Status / Job Cancel
Dest. Confirm.:
a b
p Morgan@kyoceradocu
*********************N
[
Exit
]
2
Press the OK key. Dest. Confirm. appears.
NOTE: Press the OK key to edit/delete the current
destination. Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
3
Press [Exit] (the Right Select key). The basic
screen reappears.
1
In the Destination menu, press the  or  key to
select [Register].
2
Press the OK key. Register appears.
Registering Destination
Destination:
a b
1 Confirmation
2
Register
*********************
[
Exit
]
Register:
a b
1
Address
Book
*********************
2 Address Entry
To select a destination from the address book,
press the  or  key to select [Address Book] and
then press the OK key. This displays the address
book. Select your desired destination.
NOTE: For selecting a destination from the address
book, refer to Specifying Destination on page 3-41.
To directly enter a destination, press the  or 
key to select [Address Entry] and then press the
OK key. This displays an entry screen. Enter the
destination address directly.
Completed.
3
7-15
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Destination menu.
7
Status / Job Cancel
NOTE: If the address of the selected destination has
been changed after you selected the destination from
the address book, [*] is displayed before [Address
Entry]. Refer to Confirming Current Destination on
page 7-14 and reconfirm the destination address.
Register:
a b
1
Address Book
*********************
2 *Address Entry
Automatic Job Log History Transmission
This function automatically sends the job log history to the specified destinations whenever a set number of jobs
has been logged.
Use the procedure below to set automatic job log history transmission.
Job Log History: a b
1
Auto Sending
*********************
2 Send History
3 Destination
[ Exit
]
Auto Sending:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
Jobs:
1
In the Job Log History menu, press the  or  key
to select [Auto Sending].
2
Press the OK key. Auto Sending appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
If you select [On] and press the OK key, Jobs
appears. Use the numeric keys to enter the
number of jobs to be sent at a time.
D b
(1 - 16)
******16*jobs
4
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Job Log History menu.
Manual Job Log History Transmission
You can also send the job log history to the specified destinations manually.
Use the procedure below to send the job log history manually.
7-16
Status / Job Cancel
Job Log History: a b
1 Auto Sending
2
Send History
*********************
3 Destination
[ Exit
]
Send the job log
history.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
1
In the Job Log History menu, press the  or  key
to select [Send History].
2
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
]
IMPORTANT: If no destination is registered, Enter
destination is displayed. Refer to Registering
Destination on page 7-15 and register the desired
destination
Enter destination.
3
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). Accepted. is
displayed and the job log is sent to the registered
destination before the screen returns to the Job
Log History menu.
Setting E-mail Subject
Set the subject automatically entered when sending job log histories by e-mail.
Use the procedure below to set the subject.
Job Log History: a b
2 Send History
3 Destination
4
Subject
*********************
[ Exit
]
B b
Subject:
%printer*
1
In the Job Log History menu, press the  or  key
to select [Subject].
2
Press the OK key. Subject appears.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
[
ABC
Text
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
]
3
Enter the subject.
4
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Job Log History menu.
7-17
7
Status / Job Cancel
Personal information in the job log
When the job log is sent by e-mail, personal information can be including the job log of the user who logs in.
Use the procedure below to set automatic job log history transmission.
Job Log History: a b
1
Auto Sending
*********************
2 Send History
3 Destination
[ Exit
]
Personal Info.:
a b
1
*Include
*********************
2 Exclude
1
In the Job Log History menu, press the  or  key
to select [Personal Info.].
2
Press the OK key. Personal Info. appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Include] or
[Exclude].
4
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Job Log History menu.
7-18
Status / Job Cancel
Pause and Resumption of Jobs
Pause /resume all printing jobs in printing/waiting.
The procedure for pausing and resuming jobs is explained below.
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Print Job Status: a b
0008
Copy
r
*********************
0009
maury’s data
0010 y aaaa
[ Pause ] [ Menu
]
Pausing:
a b
0008
Copy
s
*********************
0009
maury’s data s
s
0010 y aaaa
[ Resume ] [ Menu
]
Yes
] [
No
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Print Job Status].
3
Press the OK key. Print Job Status appears.
7
4
Press [Pause] (the Left Select key). Printing is
paused.
When you press [Resume] (the Left Select key) to
resume printing.
NOTE: When you press the Back key, a confirmation
screen appears. Press [Yes] (the Left Select key) to
resume printing.
Resume paused jobs.
Are you sure?
[
1
]
Canceling of Jobs
For canceling jobs, refer to Canceling Jobs on page 3-46.
7-19
Status / Job Cancel
Device/Communication
Configure the devices/lines installed or connected to this machine or check their status. You can also control
devices depending on their status.
Check of Device Status
Status:
a b
7 Store Job Log
8
Scanner
*********************
9 Printer
[ Pause ]
b
Scanner:
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Scanner], [Printer],
[FAX] or [SSD].
3
Press the OK key. This displays the status of the
device selected in step 2.
4
Press the OK key. The screen returns to the Status
menu.
Ready.
b
Printer:
Ready.
b
FAX:
Ready.
[
Log
]
The items you can check are described below.
Scanner
The information (scanning, pausing, etc.) is displayed.
Printer
Information (waiting, printing, etc.) is displayed.
7-20
Status / Job Cancel
FAX
The information (sending, waiting, etc.) is displayed.
SSD
The information (optional SSD) is displayed.
Handling the Devices
USB memory
The status of the USB memory that is connected to the machine appears. This is also used when removing the
USB memory from the machine.
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Status:
a b
= Paper Status
>
USB Memory
*********************
? SSD
[ Pause ]
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USB Memory:
Capacity:
512.0MB
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
7
2
Press the  or  key to select [USB Memory].
3
Press the OK key. This displays the status of the
USB memory.
[ Remove ]
Press the  or  key to switch the display to other
information items. The items displayed are as
follows:
Capacity
Used Area
Free Space
When you press [Remove] (the Left Select key), a
confirmation screen appears and you can remove
the USB memory.
USB memory can be
safely removed.
[
OK
]
7-21
Status / Job Cancel
4
Press [OK] (the Right Select key). The screen
returns to the Status menu.
USB keyboard
This appears when a USB keyboard is connected to the machine, and indicates whether the keyboard can be
used.
Status:
a b
1
Print Job Status
*********************
2 Send Job Status
3 Store Job Status
[ Pause ]
Status:
a b
< Memory Card
= USB Memory
>
USB Keyboard
*********************
[ Pause ]
USB Keyboard:
C b
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key. The Status
menu appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select [USB Keyboard].
3
Press the OK key. Indicates whether the USB
keyboard can be used.
4
Press the OK key. The screen returns to the Status
menu.
Available
7-22
8 Default Setting (System Menu)
This chapter explains how to configure various settings of the machine using the menus on
the operation panel.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Common Settings ......................................................... 8-2
Copy Settings ............................................................. 8-69
Sending Settings ........................................................ 8-75
Document Box Settings .............................................. 8-83
Printer Settings ........................................................... 8-99
Printing Reports/Sending Notice .............................. 8-117
Adjustment/Maintenance .......................................... 8-123
Date/Timer ................................................................ 8-141
Editing Destination (Address Book/Adding One-Touch Keys) ..... 8-158
Restarting the System .............................................. 8-173
Network Setup .......................................................... 8-174
Network Security ...................................................... 8-185
Optional Network ...................................................... 8-196
NW InterfaceSend .................................................... 8-208
Interface Block Setting.............................................. 8-209
Security Level (Security Level setting) ..................... 8-214
Optional Functions.................................................... 8-215
8-1
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings
Common settings include;
•
How to display the Sys. Menu/Count. menu …8-2
•
Switching the Language for Display [Language] …8-3
•
Default Screen …8-5
•
Sound …8-6
•
Display Bright. …8-7
•
Original/Paper Settings …8-8
•
Preset Limit …8-26
•
Switching Unit of Measurement …8-27
•
Error Handling …8-28
•
Function Defaults …8-30
•
Login Operation …8-62
•
RAM Disk Mode …8-63
•
Format SSD …8-64
•
Format SD Card …8-65
•
Optional Memory …8-66
•
TonerAlert Level …8-68
How to display the Sys. Menu/Count. menu
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
1
Report
*********************
2 Counter
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
2
8-2
The Sys. Menu/Count. menu appears.
Default Setting (System Menu)
Switching the Language for Display [Language]
You can select the language of the message display by following the procedure given below. You can optionally
download messages in other languages. Contact your service technician for information.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Language:
a b
1
*English
*********************
2 Deutsch
3 Français
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Language].
4
Press the OK key. The Language menu appears.
The available languages are as follows:
English
Deutsch
Français
Español
Italiano
Nederlands
Русский
Português
The optional languages are as follows:
Optional language
Message display
Turkish
Türkçe
Greek
Ελληνικά
Polish
Polski
Czech
Èeský
Hungarian
Magyar
Finnish
Suomi
Hebrew
Arabic
8-3
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Optional language
Message display
Swedish
Svensk
Danish
Dansk
Norwegian
Norsk
Romanian
Korean
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
If you are using one of the optional languages, it is
displayed in place of Portugues.
5
Press the  or  key to select a language.
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Common Settings menu.
8-4
Default Setting (System Menu)
Default Screen
Select the screen appearing right after start-up (default screen). The options are as follows.
The table below lists the available screens.
Item
Description
Status
The Status/Job Cancel screen (the screen shown
when the Status/Job Cancel key is pressed)
appears.
Copy
The Copy screen (the screen shown when the
Copy key is pressed) appears.
Send
The Send screen (the screen shown when the
Send key is pressed) appears.
FAX
The FAX screen (the screen shown when the
FAX key is pressed) appears.
Document Box
The Document Box screen (the screen shown
when the Document Box key is pressed)
appears.
Use the procedure below to select the default startup screen.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1 Language
2
Default Screen
*********************
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Default Screen:
a b
1 Status
2
*Copy
*********************
3 Send
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Default Screen].
4
Press the OK key. Default Screen appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select the default screen.
8-5
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Common Settings menu.
Sound
Set options for buzzer sound during the machine operations.
The table below lists the buzzer types and their settings and details. The asterisk in the table is a default setting.
Item
Value
Description
Key
Confirmation
Off, On *
Emit a sound when the
control panel are pressed.
Job Finish
Off*, On
Emit a sound when a print
job is normally completed.
Ready
Off*, On
Emit a sound when the
warm-up is completed.
Warning
Off, On*
Emit a sound when errors
occur.
Keyboard
Confirm
Off*, On
This sounds when the USB
keyboard is used.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1 Language
2 Default Screen
3
Sound
*********************
[ Exit
]
Sound:
a b
1
Buzzer
*********************
2 FAX Speaker
3 FAX Monitor
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Sound].
4
Press the OK key. Sound appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Buzzer].
8-6
Default Setting (System Menu)
Buzzer:
a b
1
Key Confirmation
*********************
2 Job finish
3 Ready
[ Exit
]
Key Confirmation: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
6
Press the OK key. Buzzer appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Key Confirmation].
8
Press the OK key. Key Confirmation appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Buzzer menu.
8
Display Bright.
Set the brightness of the display.
Use the procedure below to adjust the display brightness.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Display Bright.: a b
3 Darker -1
4
*Normal 0
*********************
5 Lighter+1
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Display Bright.].
4
Press the OK key. Display Bright. appears.
8-7
Default Setting (System Menu)
5
Press the  or  key to select the display
brightness from [Darker -3] to [Lighter +3].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Common Settings menu.
Original/Paper Settings
Register additional types and sizes of originals and paper.
Custom Original Size Setup
Set up frequently-used custom original size. The dimensions available are as follows.
The table below lists the sizes that can be registered.
Input units
Dimensions
Inch models
X: 1.97 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 1.97 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Metric models
X: 50 to 356 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 50 to 216 mm (in 1 mm increments)
Use the procedure below to set a custom original size.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Custom Orig.Size].
8-8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Size Entry(Y):
(1.97 - 8.50)
x ***7.00*"
Size Entry(X):
(1.97 - 14.02)
J **11.23*"
D b
D b
6
Press the OK key. Size Entry(Y) appears.
7
Use the numeric keys to enter the paper length (Y).
8
Press the OK key. Size Entry(X) appears.
9
Use the numeric keys to enter the paper width (X).
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Orig./Paper Set. menu.
8
8-9
Default Setting (System Menu)
Default Original Size Setup
In the screen for setting the paper size for the paper feed cassette or multi purpose tray, select the paper size
to be used as the default value.
Use the procedure below to select the paper size to be used as the default value.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
Def. Orig. Size: a b
1
*Letterq
*********************
2 Legalq
3 Statementq
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Def. Orig. Size].
6
Press the OK key. Def. Orig. Size appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select the paper size to be
used as the default value.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Orig./Paper Set. menu.
8-10
Default Setting (System Menu)
Adding a Custom Size and Media Type for Paper to Print
Set up a frequently-used custom paper size. The custom size options are displayed on the screen to select
paper.
The table below lists the sizes that can be registered.
Input units
Inch models
Metric models
Dimensions
Cassette:
X: 4.13 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 5.83 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
Paper Feeder:
X: 3.63 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 6.38 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
Multi Purpose Tray:
X: 2.76 to 8.50" (in 0.01" increments)
Y: 5.83 to 14.02" (in 0.01" increments)
Cassette:
X: 105 to 216 (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 148 to 356 (in 1 mm increments)
Paper Feeder:
X: 92 to 216 (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 162 to 356 (in 1 mm increments)
Multi Purpose Tray:
X: 70 to 216 (in 1 mm increments)
Y: 148 to 356 (in 1 mm increments)
Custom paper sizes can be added for each paper source.
Select media type for each paper size.
Media type: Plain, Transparency, Vellum, Labels, Recycled, Rough, Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock, Color,
Prepunched, Letterhead, Thick, Envelope, Coated, High Quality, Custom 1-8
NOTE: Refer to Paper Weight on page 8-18 for Custom 1-8 for media type.
Use the procedure below to select a custom paper size and media type.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
8-11
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
Custom PaperSize a b
1
Cassette 1 Size
*********************
2 Cassette 2 Size
3 Cassette 3 Size
Size Entry(Y):
D b
(5.83 - 14.02)
x ***14.02*"
Size Entry(X):
Db
(4.13 - 8.50)
J ***8.50*"
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Custom
PaperSize].
6
Press the OK key. The Custom PaperSize menu
appears.
7
Select the paper source in which you want to set
the custom size and press the OK key. Size
Entry(Y) appears.
8
Use the numeric keys to enter the paper length (Y).
9
Press the OK key. Size Entry(X) appears.
10 Use the numeric keys to enter the paper width (X).
11 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Orig./Paper Set. menu.
8-12
Default Setting (System Menu)
Paper Size and Media Type Setup for Cassettes
Select the size and type of paper used when cassette 1 and the optional paper feeder (cassettes 2 and 3) are
used. A paper size setting can be specified for a cassette when the Paper Size Dial is set to "Other".
The available paper sizes and media types are shown in the table below.
Cassette 1
Selection Item
Selectable Size/Type
Paper Size
Inch size: Letter, Legal, Statement and Oficio II
Metric size: A4, A5, A6, B5, Folio, 216x340mm,
16K, ISO B5, Executive, Envelope C5 and Custom*
Media Type
Plain, Recycled, Preprinted, Bond, Color, Rough,
Prepunched, Letterhead, Thick (163 g/m2 or less),
High Quality and Custom 1~8,
Paper feeder
Selection Item
Paper Size
Media Type
Selectable Size/Type
Inch size: Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive,
and Oficio II
Metric size: A4, A5, B5, Folio, 216x340mm, 16K,
ISO B5, Envelope #10 (Commercial #10),
Envelope #9 (Commercial #9), Envelope #6
(Commercial #6 3/4), Envelope Monarch,
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Oufuku Hagaki,
Youkei 4, Youkei 2, Custom*
Plain, Labels**, Recycled, Preprinted***, Bond, Rough,
Cardstock**, Color, Prepunched***, Letterhead***,
Envelope**, Coated**, Thick (163 g/m2 or less),
Thick** (163 g/m2 and more), High Quality and Custom 1~8
* For instructions on how to specify the custom paper size, refer to Original/Paper Settings on page 8-8.
** Only on products with the paper feeder (multi purpose) installed.
*** To print on preprinted or prepunched paper or on letterhead, refer to Special Paper Action on page 8-24.
NOTE: To change to a media type other than Plain, refer to Paper Weight on page 8-18.
Use the procedure below to select the paper size and media type for each cassette.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-13
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Cassette 1 Set.],
[Cassette 2 Set.] or [Cassette 3 Set.].
Follow the steps below when you select the main
unit cassette ([Cassette 1]). Operate in a similar
fashion when you select an optional cassette
([Cassette 2 or 3])
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1
Cassette 1 Size
*********************
2 Cassette 1 Type
[
Exit
6
The Cassette 1 Set. menu appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Cassette 1 Size].
]
NOTE: This item does not appear when the Paper
Size Dial on the cassette is set to other than "Other".
Cassette 1 Size: a b
1
*Lettera
*********************
2 Legala
3 Statementa
8
Press the OK key. Cassette 1 Size appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select the paper size.
8-14
Default Setting (System Menu)
Cassette 1 Set.: a b
1
Cassette 1 Size
*********************
2 Cassette 1 Type
[
Exit
10 Press the OK key. The screen returns to the
Cassette 1 Set. menu.
]
11 Press the  or  key to select [Cassette 1 Type].
Cassette 1 Type: a b
1
*Plain
*********************
2 Rough
3 Recycled
12 Press the OK key. Cassette 1 Type appears.
13 Press the  or  key to select the paper type.
14 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Cassette 1 Set. menu.
8
8-15
Default Setting (System Menu)
Paper Size and Media Type Setup for Multi Purpose Tray
Select size and media type for multi purpose tray. Set up frequently-used size and media type before use.
The available paper sizes and media types are shown in the table below.
Item
Paper
Size
Standard
Sizes
Media Type
*
**
Description
Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive, Oficio II,
A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, Folio, 216x340 mm, 16K,
ISO B5, Envelope #10, Envelope #9,
Envelope #6, Envelope Monarch, Envelope DL,
Envelope C5, Hagaki, Oufuku Hagaki, Youkei 4,
Youkei 2, Custom*
Plain (105 g/m2 or less), Transparency, Rough,
Vellum (63 g/m2 or less), Labels, Recycled,
Preprinted**, Bond, Cardstock, Color,
Prepunched**, Letterhead**, Envelope, Coated,
Thick (106 g/m2 and more), High Quality,
Custom 1-8**
Refer to Adding a Custom Size and Media Type for Paper to Print on
page 8-11 for selecting Custom Paper Size.
Refer to Paper Weight on page 8-18 for selecting Custom 1- 8 from
Media Type.
To print on preprinted or prepunched paper or on letterhead, refer to
Special Paper Action on page 8-24.
NOTE: To change to a media type other than Plain, refer to Paper Weight on page 8-18
Use the procedure below to select the paper size and media type for manual paper feed.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
8-16
Default Setting (System Menu)
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
MP Tray Set.:
a b
1
MP Tray Size
*********************
2 MP Tray Type
[
Exit
MP Tray Size:
a b
= 16Ka
> ISO B5
? *Envelope #10
*********************
MP Tray Set.:
a b
1 MP Tray Size
2
MP Tray Type
*********************
Exit
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [MP Tray Set.].
6
Press the OK key. The MP Tray Set. menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [MP Tray Size].
8
Press the OK key. MP Tray Size appears.
]
MP Tray Size:
a b
= 16Ka
> ISO B5
? *Envelope #10
*********************
[
4
8
9
Press the  or  key to select the paper size.
10 Press the OK key. The screen returns to the MP
Tray Set. menu.
]
11 Press the  or  key to select [MP Tray Type].
MP Tray Type:
a b
1
*Plain
*********************
2 Transparency
3 Rough
12 Press the OK key. MP Tray Type appears.
8-17
Default Setting (System Menu)
13 Press the  or  key to select the paper type.
14 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the MP Tray Set. menu.
Paper Weight
Select weight for each media type. The options for media type and weight of paper are as follows.
Paper types and weights
: Default value : Available X: Not available
Paper
Weight
Weight (g/m2),
Media type
*
Light
60g/m2
to
63g/m2
Normal
1
Normal
2
Normal
3
Heavy 1
Heavy 2
Heavy 3
60g/m2
to
74g/m2
75g/m2
to
90g/m2
91g/m2
to
105g/m2
106g/m2
to
135g/m2
136g/m2
to
163g/m2
164g/m2
to
220g/m2
Transparency
Extra
Heavy
Duplex
Plain









Transparency








X
Vellum








X
Labels








X
Recycled









Preprinted









Bond









Cardstock








X
Color









Prepunched









Rough









Letterhead









Coated









Thick









Envelope








X
High Quality









Custom 1-8








*
Can be selected when the setting is [Light] to [Heavy 2].
8-18
Default Setting (System Menu)
For Custom 1-8, settings for duplex printing and media type name can be changed.
Item
Duplex
Name
Description
Prohibit
Duplex printing not allowed.
Permit
Duplex printing allowed.
Change names for Custom 1-8. Names
should be not more than 16 characters.
Selecting media type at multi purpose tray,
the name after change will be displayed.
Use the procedure below to set the paper weight.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
Media type Set.: K b
1
Plain
*********************
2 Transparency
3 Rough
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Media Type Set.].
6
Press the OK key. Media Type Set. menu appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select the paper type for
which you want to make settings.
8-19
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Plain:
a b
1
Paper Weight
*********************
[
Exit
8
Press the OK key. The menu for the selected
paper type appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Paper Weight].
]
Paper Weight:
a b
1
Extra Heavy
*********************
2 *Heavy 3
3 Heavy 2
10 Press the OK key. The Paper Weight menu
appears.
11 Press the  or  key to select the weight of paper.
Plain:
a b
1
Paper Weight
*********************
[
Exit
12 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the menu for the selected paper
type.
]
When the selected paper type is [Custom 1 to 8],
you can further set whether to enable or disable
duplex and the name of the custom paper type.
Custom 1:
a b
1
Paper Weight
*********************
2 Duplex
3 Name
[ Exit
]
13 Press the  or  key to select [Duplex].
Duplex:
a b
1
Permit
*********************
2 Prohibit
[
Exit
14 Press the OK key. The Duplex menu appears.
]
15 Press the  or  key to select whether to enable
or disable duplex.
8-20
Default Setting (System Menu)
Custom 1:
a b
1
Paper Weight
*********************
2 Duplex
3 Name
[ Exit
]
16 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the menu for the selected custom
paper type.
17 Press the  or  key to select [Name].
Name Entry:
C b
Osaka SD Kyocer*S
[
ABC
Text
18 Press the OK key. Name Entry is displayed.
Enter the name of the custom paper type.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
]
Custom 1:
a b
1
Paper Weight
*********************
2 Duplex
3 Name
[ Exit
]
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
19 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the menu for the selected custom
paper type.
8
8-21
Default Setting (System Menu)
Default Paper Source
Select the default paper source from Cassette 1-3 and Multi Purpose Tray.
NOTE: [Cassette 2] and [Cassette 3] are displayed when the optional paper feeder is installed.
Use the procedure below to select the default paper source.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
Def. PaperSurce: a b
1
*Cassette 1
*********************
2 Cassette 2
3 Cassette 3
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Def.
PaperSource].
6
Press the OK key. Def. PaperSource appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select the paper source to
be used preferentially.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the menu for the selected custom
paper type.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Media for Auto Selection
When [Auto] is selected in Paper Selection, the paper source that is automatically selected can be limited by
media types.If Plain is selected, the paper source with plain paper loaded in the specific size is selected. Select
[All Media Types] for the paper source with any kind of paper loaded in the specific size.
Use the procedure below to select the paper size and media type used by Auto Selection.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
Media for Auto:
a b
1
Full Color
*********************
2 Black & White
Media for Auto:
a b
1 All Media Type
2
*Plain
*********************
3 Transparency
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Media for Auto].
6
Press the OK key. The color selection menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Full Color] or
[Black & White].
8
Press the OK key. Media for Auto appears.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
9
Press the  or  key to select [All Media Type] or
the paper type to be used for paper selection.
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Orig./Paper Set. menu.
Special Paper Action
When printing on Prepunched, Preprint, and Letterhead, punch-holes might not be aligned or the print direction
might be upside-down depending on how originals are set and the combination of copying functions. In such a
case, select [Adj. PrintDirect] to adjust the print direction. When paper orientation is not important, select [Speed
Priority].
The table below lists the available settings and their details.
Item
Description
Adj. PrintDirect
Adjust print direction. Print speed is a little
slower. Select this item to print on
Prepunched, Preprint and Letterhead.
Speed Priority
Give the job speed top priority and
disregard the paper orientation. Select this
item when paper orientation is not
important.
If you select [Adj. PrintDirect], load paper according to the steps below.
Example: copying on Letterhead
Original
Paper
Finished
Cassette
Multi Purpose Tray
Original
Paper
Finished
Cassette
Multi Purpose Tray
NOTE: When loading cover paper in a cassette or multi purpose tray, load the face, on which printing is
supposed to be done, upward.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Use the procedure below to specify the actions performed for special paper types.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Orig./Paper Set.: a b
1
Custom Orig.Size
*********************
2 Def. Orig. Size
3 Custom PaperSize
[ Exit
]
SpcialPaper Act.: a b
1
*Adj. PrintDirect
*********************
2 Speed Priority
SpcialPaper Act.: a b
1 Adj. PrintDirect
2 *Speed Priority
*********************
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Orig./Paper Set. menu
appears.
8
5
Press the  or  key to select [SpcialPaper Act.].
6
Press the OK key. SpcialPaper Act. appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Adj. PrintDirect] or
[Speed Priority].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Orig./Paper Set. menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Preset Limit
Restrict the number of copies that can be made at one time. Options are 1-999 copies.
Use the procedure below to set the limit on the number of copies.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Preset Limit:
D b
(1 - 999)
**999*
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Preset Limit].
4
Press the OK key. The Preset Limit menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to enter the number of
copies.
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Common Settings menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Switching Unit of Measurement
Select inch or metric for the unit for paper dimensions.
Use the procedure below to change the input units.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Measurement:
a b
1
*inch
*********************
2 mm
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Measurement].
4
Press the OK key. The Measurement menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [inch] or [mm].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Common Settings menu.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Error Handling
Select whether to cancel or continue the job when error has occurred. The possible errors and what to do for
the errors are as follows.
Duplexing Error
Select what to do when duplex printing is not possible for the selected paper size and media type.
Item
Description
1-sided
Printed in 1-sided
Display Error
Error message to cancel printing is
displayed.
Paper Mismatch Error
Select the method to handle if the selected paper size or paper type does not match the paper size or paper
type set in the paper source when printing from your computer.
Item
Description
Ignore
Printing continues.
Display Error
Error message to cancel printing is
displayed.
Use the procedure below to specify the settings for error handling.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Error Handling].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Error Handling:
a b
1
DuplexPaperError
*********************
2 PaperMismatchErr
[
Exit
Error Handling:
a b
1 DuplexPaperError
2
PaperMismatchErr
*********************
Exit
Press the OK key. The Error Handling menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select
[DuplexPaperError].
6
Press the OK key. DuplexPaperError appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select the method to
handle if duplex is disabled.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Error Handling menu.
9
Press the  or  key to select
[PagerMismatchErr].
]
DuplexPaperError: a b
1 1-sided
2
*Display Error
*********************
[
4
]
PaperMismatchErr: a b
1 Ignore
2 *Display Error
*********************
10 Press the OK key. PagerMismatchErr appears.
11 Press the  or  key to select the method to
handle paper mismatch.
12 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Error Handling menu.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Function Defaults
Defaults are the values automatically set after the warm-up is completed or the Reset key is pressed.
Set the defaults for available settings such as copying and sending. Setting the frequently-used values as
defaults makes subsequent jobs easier.
Orig.Orientation
Set the original orientation defaults. The available default settings are shown below.
Item
Description
c Top Edge Top
Select the original's top edge at the top.
d Top Edge Left
Select the original's top edge at the left.
Refer to page 4-8 for Original Orientation.
Use the procedure below to select the default orientation when originals are placed on the platen.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Orig.Orientation].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Orig.Orientation: a b
1 c Top Edge Top
2 *d Top Edge Left
*********************
6
Press the OK key. Orig.Orientation appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [c Top Edge Top]
or [d Top Edge Left] .
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Backgrnd(Copy)
Select the Backgrnd(Copy) default. The available default settings are shown below.
Item
Description
Off
Do not adjust background density.
Auto
Set to auto adjustment.
Manual (Darker 5)
Set to (Darker 5) in manual adjustment.
Use the procedure below to select the default Backgrnd(Copy).
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Backgrnd(Copy):
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Auto
3 Manual(Darker 5)
5
Press the  or  key to select [Backgrnd(Copy)].
6
Press the OK key. Backgrnd(Copy) appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [Auto] or
[Manual(Darker 5)].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Backgrnd(Send)
Select the Backgrnd(Send) default. The available default settings are shown below.
Item
Description
Off
Do not adjust background density.
Auto
Set to auto adjustment.
Manual (Darker 5)
Set to (Darker 5) in manual adjustment.
Use the procedure below to select the default Backgrnd(Send).
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Backgrnd(Send):
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Auto
3 Manual(Darker 5)
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Backgrnd(Send)].
6
Press the OK key. Backgrnd(Send) appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [Auto] or
[Manual(Darker 5)].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Con.scan-ExptFAX
Set the continuous scan defaults. The available default settings are shown below.
Item
Description
Off
Continuous scan not performed
On
Continuous scan performed
Refer to page 4-14 for Continuous Scan.
Use the procedure below to select the default settings for continuous scanning.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
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In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Con.scan-ExptFAX: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select
[Con.scan-ExptFAX].
6
Press the OK key. Continuous Scan appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Original Image (Copy)
Set the default original document type for copying. The available default settings are shown below.
Item
Description
Text+Photo
Text and photos together.
Photo
For photos taken with a camera.
Text
Only text, no photos.
Map
For maps, etc.
Printed Document
For documents printed from this machine.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Use the procedure below to select the default quality setting for originals for copying.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Orig.Image(Copy): a b
1
*Text+Photo
*********************
2 Photo
3 Text
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
8
5
Press the  or  key to select
[Orig.Image(Copy)].
6
Press the OK key. Orig.Image(Copy) appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Text+Photo],
[Photo], [Text], [Map] or [Printed Document].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Original Image (Send)
Set the default original document type for sending. The available default settings are shown below.
Item
Description
Text+Photo
Text and photos together.
Photo
For photos taken with a camera.
Text
Only text, no photos.
for OCR
Image quality suitable for OCR software.
Use the procedure below to select the default quality setting for originals for sending.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Orig.Image(Send): a b
1
*Text+Photo
*********************
2 Photo
3 Text
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select
[Orig.Image(Send)].
6
Press the OK key. Orig.Image(Send) appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
7
Press the  or  key to select [Text+Photo],
[Photo], [Text] or [for OCR].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Scan Resolution
Select the default scanning resolution. The options are 600x600dpi, 400x400dpi U.Fin (Ultra Fine), 300x300dpi,
200x400dpi S.Fin (Super Fine), 200x200dpi Fine, 200x100dpi Norm. (Normal).
Use the procedure below to select the default resolution setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Scan Resolution: a b
1
200x100dpi Norm.
*********************
2 200x200dpi Fine
3 200x400dpi S.Fin
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
8
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Scan Resolution].
6
Press the OK key. Scan Resolution appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [200x100dpi
Norm.], [200x200dpi Fine], [200x400dpi S.Fin],
[300x300dpi], [400x400dpi U.Fin] or [600x600dpi].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Color Selection
Select the default color mode setting. The available default settings are shown below.
<Copy>
Color mode
Description
Auto Color
Automatically recognize whether
documents are color or black and white.
Full Color
Scan document in full color.
Black & White
Scan document in black and white.
<FAX/Scan>
Color mode
Description
Auto(Color/Gray)
Color and black & white originals are
automatically detected. Color originals are
scanned in full color, and black & white
originals are scanned in shades of black &
white.
Auto(Color/B&W)
Color and black & white originals are
automatically detected. Color originals are
scanned in full color, and black & white
originals are scanned in binary black &
white.
Full Color
Scan document in full color.
Grayscale
Scan document in grayscale for smoother
and finer finish.
Black & White
Scan document in black and white.
Use the procedure below to select the default color mode setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-38
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Color Selection: a b
1
Copy
*********************
2 Send/Store
Copy:
a b
1
*Auto
Color
*********************
2 Full Color
3 Black & White
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Color Selection].
6
Press the OK key. Color Selection appears.
8
7
Press the  or  key to select [Copy] or [Send/
Store].
8
Press the OK key. Color Selection appears.
9
If the  or  key was pressed to select Copy,
select [Auto Color], [Full Color], or [Black & White].
If Send or Save was selected, select [Auto (Color/
Gray)], [Auto (Color/B&W)], [Full Color],
[Grayscale], or [Black & White].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
File Format
Select the default file type to send the scanned originals. The available default settings are shown below.
File Format
Description
PDF
Send files in PDF format.
TIFF
Send files in TIFF format.
XPS
Send files in XPS format.
JPEG
Send files in JPEG format.
High Comp. PDF
Send files in High Comp. PDF format.
NOTE: Refer to page 5-12 for file formats.
Use the procedure below to select the default file format.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [File Format].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
File Format:
a b
1
*PDF
*********************
2 TIFF
3 XPS
6
Press the OK key. File Format appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [PDF], [TIFF],
[XPS], [JPEG] or [High Comp. PDF].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Zoom
Select the enlarged/reduced default when paper size/sending size changed after the originals set. The available
default settings are shown below.
Item
Description
100%
Copy (send/save) at actual size (100%).
Auto
Automatically reduce or enlarge the
originals to match paper size/ sending size.
Use the procedure below to select the default zoom setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Zoom:
a b
1
*100%
*********************
2 Auto
5
Press the  or  key to select [Zoom].
6
Press the OK key. Zoom appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [100%] or [Auto].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
File Name Entry
Set an automatically entered name (default) for jobs. Additional information such as Date and Time and Job No.
can also be set.
The table below lists the additional information available.
Item
Description
None
No additional information available.
Date
Adds date and time.
Job No.
Adds the job number.
Job No. + Date
Adds the job number plus date and time.
Date + Job No.
Adds date and time plus the job number.
NOTE:
•
Refer to page 4-17 and page 5-20 for name entry.
•
Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Use the procedure below to set the default file name.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-42
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
File name Entry: A b
doc 1*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
Additional Info.: a b
1
None
*********************
2 Date
3 Job No.
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [File Name Entry].
6
Press the OK key. File Name Entry appears. Enter
the document name (up to 32 characters).
8
7
Press the OK key. Additional Info appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [None], [Date],
[JobNo.], [JobNo. + Date] or [Date + JobNo.].
9
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Subject/Body
Set the subject and body automatically entered (default subject and body) when sending the scanned originals
by E-mail.
NOTE:
•
Refer to Send as E-mail on page 3-25.
•
Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Use the procedure below to set the default e-mail subject and message body.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Subject Entry:
K b
abcdefghijklmnopqrstu
vwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
QRSTUVWXYZ*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
Body Entry:
a b
abcdefghijklmnopqrstu
vwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
QRSTUVWXYZ*
ABC
[ Text
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Subject/Body].
6
Press the OK key. Subject Entry appears. Enter
the e-mail subject (up to 60 characters).
If you press the Back key, you can return to the
Function Default menu.
7
Press the OK key. Body Entry appears. Enter email body text (up to 500 characters).
If you press the Back key, you can return to
Subject Entry.
8
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Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
Default Setting (System Menu)
Collate
Set the defaults for Collate. The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Collate
Description
Off
Collate not performed.
On
Collate performed.
NOTE: Refer to page 3-19 for Collate/Offset.
Use the procedure below to set the default Collate/Offset settings.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Collate:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
*********************
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Collate].
6
Press the OK key. Collate appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
EcoPrint
EcoPrint conserves toner when printing. This is recommended for test copies where faded printing is not a
problem.
Select the EcoPrint default. The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Off
No EcoPrint performed.
On
EcoPrint performed.
NOTE: Refer to page 4-10 for EcoPrint.
Use the procedure below to set the default EcoPrint setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [EcoPrint].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
EcoPrint:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
6
Press the OK key. EcoPrint appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
JPEG/TIFF Print
Select the JPEG/TIFF Print default. The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Paper Size
Scaled to fit the paper size.
Image Resolution
Matched to the image resolution.
Print Resolution
Matched to the print resolution.
NOTE: Refer to page 6-3 for JPEG/TIFF Print.
Use the procedure below to set the default JPEG/TIFF Print setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
JPEG/TIFF Print: a b
1
*Paper Size
g
*********************
2 Image Resolution T
3 Print Resolution T
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [JPEG/TIFF Print].
6
Press the OK key. JPEG/TIFF Print appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Paper Size],
[Image Resolution] or [Print Resolution].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
XPS FitTo Page
Reduces or enlarges the image size to fit to the selected paper size when printing XPS file.
Use the procedure below to set the default XPS FitTo Page setting.
NOTE: Refer to page 6-4 for XPS FitTo Page.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
XPS FitTo Page:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [XPS FitTo Page].
6
Press the OK key. XPS FitTo Page appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
8
File Separation
Create several files by dividing scanned original data page by page, and send the files.
Use the procedure below to split scanned original data into separate files when sending scanned originals.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
File Separation: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Each Page
5
Press the  or  key to select [File Separation].
6
Press the OK key. File Separation appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [Each
Page].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Function Default menu.
2 in 1 Layout
Select the default value for layout when [2 in 1 Layout] is selected for Combine. Items available for the default
value are as follows:
Item
Description
g L to R f T to B
Arranges from left to right or top to bottom.
e R to L
Arranges from right to left.
Use the procedure below to select the default value for layout.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2 in 1 Layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
2 in 1 Layout
a b
1
*g
L
to
R
f
T
to
B
*********************
2 e R to L
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [2 in 1 Layout].
8
Press the OK key. 2 in 1 Layout appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [g L to R f T to
B] or [e R to L].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
4 in 1 Layout
Select the default value for layout when [4 in 1 Layout] is selected for Combine. Items available for the default
value are as follows:
Item
Description
h Right then Down
Arranges from upper left to right.
i Down then Right
Arranges from upper left to bottom.
j Left then Down
Arranges from upper right to left.
k Down then Left
Arranges from upper right to bottom.
Use the procedure below to select the default value for layout.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-51
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2 in 1 Layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
4 in 1 Layout:
a b
1
*h Right then Down
*********************
2 i Down then Right
3 j Left then Down
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [4 in 1 Layout].
8
Press the OK key. 4 in 1 Layout appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [h Right then
Down], [i Down then Right], [j Left then Down]
or [k Down then Left].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Border Line
Select the default value for border line when [2 in 1 Layout] or [4 in 1 Layout] is selected for Combine. Items
available for the default value are as follows:
Item
Description
None
No border line.
l Solid Line
Draws solid border lines.
m Dotted Line
Draws dotted border lines.
n Positioning Mark
Puts a mark on the border line position.
Use the procedure below to select the default value for border line.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2 in 1 Layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
8
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Border Line].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Border Line:
a b
1
*
None
*********************
2 l Solid Line
3 m Dotted Line
8
Press the OK key. Border Line appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [ None], [l Solid
Line], [m Dotted Line] or [n Positioning Mark].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
Orig. Binding
Select the default value for the binding edge of the original when [2-sided>>1-sided] or [2-sided>>2-sided] is
selected for Duplex. Items available for the default value are as follows:
Item
Description
o Left/Right
Left/right binding
p Top
Top binding
Use the procedure below to select the default value for the binding edge of the original.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2 in 1 layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
Orig. Binding:
a b
1
*o Left/Right
*********************
2 p Top
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Orig. Binding].
8
Press the OK key. Orig. Binding appears.
8
9
Press the  or  key to select [o Left/Right] or
[ p Top].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Finish Binding
Select the default value for the binding edge of the finished copies when [1-sided>>2-sided] or [2-sided>>2sided] is selected for Duplex. Items available for the default value are as follows:
Item
Description
o Left/Right
Left/right binding
p Top
Top binding
Use the procedure below to select the default value for the binding edge of the finished copies.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2 in 1 Layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Finish Binding].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Finish. Binding: a b
1
*o Left/Right
*********************
2 p Top
8
Press the OK key. Finish Binding appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [ o Left/Right] or
[p Top].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
Image Quality
Select the default value for image quality when File Format is selected. Select the default value in the range
from [1 Low(High Comp)] (high compression) to [5 High(Low Comp)] (low compression).
Use the procedure below to select the default value for image quality.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
8
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2 in 1 layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
Image Quality:
a b
1
*1 Low(High Comp)
*********************
2 2
3 3
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Image Quality].
8
Press the OK key. Image Quality appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select from [1 Low(High
Comp)] to [5 High(Low Comp)].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
Color TIFF Comp.
Set the default value for compression method for TIFF images handled by this machine.
Use the procedure below to set the default value for color TIFF compression method.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2 in 1 layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
Color TIFF Comp.: a b
1
*TIFF V6
*********************
2 TTN2
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Color TIFF
Comp.].
8
Press the OK key. Color TIFF Comp. appears.
8
9
Press the  or  key to select [TIFF V6] or
[TTN2].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
PDF/A setting
You can set the default PDF/A setting used in the machine.
The procedure for specifying the default PDF/A setting is explained below.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-59
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2 in 1 layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
PDF/A:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 PDF/A-1a
3 PDF/A-1b
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [PDF/A].
8
Press the OK key. The PDF/A menu appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [PDF/A-1a],
or [PDF/A-1b].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
High Comp.PDF
Select the default quality setting for high compressed PDF files.
The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Compression Ratio Priority
Compression Ratio is given priority with
smaller file size.
Standard
Standard quality
Quality Priority
Image quality is given priority with larger file
size.
Use the procedure below to select the default setting for High Comp.PDF.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Function Default: a b
1
Color Selection
*********************
2 Scan Resolution
3 FAX Resolution
[ Exit
]
Detail Setting:
a b
1
2
in
1
layout
*********************
2 4 in 1 Layout
3 Border Line
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
8
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Function Default].
4
Press the OK key. The Function Default menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail Setting].
6
Press the OK key. The Detail Setting menu
appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
High Comp.PDF:
a b
1
*Comp. Priority
*********************
2 Standard
3 Quality Priority
7
Press the  or  key to select [High Comp.PDF].
8
Press the OK key. The High Comp.PDF menu
appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Comp. Priority],
[Standard], or [Quality Priority].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Detail Setting menu.
Login Operation
Specify the character entry method in the login screen that appears when user management is enabled.
Item
Description
Use Numeric Key
Use the numeric keys to select and enter
characters.
Select Character
Enter characters by selecting them from
the character palette that appears.
Use the procedure below to adjust the Login Operation.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Login Operation].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Login Operation: a b
1
*Use Numeric Key
*********************
2 Select Character
4
Press the OK key. Login Operation appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Use Numeric Key]
or [Select Character].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Common Settings menu.
RAM Disk Mode
A RAM disk can be created and its size can be set. Creating a RAM disk makes it possible to print from a Job
Box.
The procedure for setting the RAM Disk Mode is explained below.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
RAM Disk Mode:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [RAM Disk Mode].
4
Press the OK key. RAM Disk Mode appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
RAM Disk Mode:
D b
(1 - 64)
**32* MB
Restart.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
6
Press the OK key. If [Off] is selected and the OK
key is pressed, proceed to step 8. If [On] is
selected, the RAM disk size screen appears.
7
Enter the size of the RAM disk with the numeric
keys.
8
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
9
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The machine is
restarted.
]
Format SSD
When an optional SSD is inserted into the machine for the first time, it must be formatted before use.
This menu is displayed only when the SSD is installed on the machine.
NOTE: If the SSD is installed in the machine, the Document Box will be available. Formatting will destroy any
existing data on a storage device including a used SSD. Formatting of the SSD must be executed from the
machine. When the SSD has not yet been formatted, the Attention lamp flashes and Format SSD is displayed.
Use the procedure below to format the SSD.
When a new SSD is inserted in the machine's slot, Format SSD will appear on the message display.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Format SSD].
8-64
Default Setting (System Menu)
Format.
Are you sure?
z SSD
[
Yes
] [
No
4
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
5
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The
Formatting... screen appears and SSD formatting
begins. Once the formatting ends, the Common
Settings menu reappears.
Press [No] (the Right Select key) returns to the
Common Settings menu without formatting the
SSD.
]
Format SD Card
The machine is equipped with a slot for an SD card.
A new SD card must be formatted before it can be used in the machine. Formatting allows data to be written to
the SD card.
IMPORTANT: Format SD Card is only displayed when an SD card is installed in the machine and protection is
disabled.
NOTE: Formatting will destroy any existing data on a storage device including a used SD card.
Formatting of the SD card must be executed from the machine.
When a new SD card is inserted in the machine's slot, Format SD Card will appear on the message display.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Format SD Card].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Format.
Are you sure?
z SD Card
[
Yes
] [
No
4
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
5
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The Formatting
SD card... screen appears and SD card formatting
begins. Once the formatting ends, the Common
Settings menu reappears.
Press [No] (the Right Select key) returns to the
Common Settings menu without formatting the SD
card.
]
Optional Memory
If optional memory is installed, you can specify whether most of the memory is allocated to the copy function or
the print function.
Item
Description
Normal
The optional memory is allocated to the
copy function or the print function based on
a previously selected setting.
Copy Priority
This allocates most memory to data
spooling for sort copy. When copy priority is
specified, the number of pages that can be
printed in sort copying increases.
Printer Priority
The amount of memory allocated to RAM
disk memory and the amount of memory
allocated to drawing can be increased.
When print priority is specified, the
maximum value that can be set in RAM
disk mode increases.
Use the procedure below to adjust the Optional Memory.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-66
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Optional Memory: a b
1
*Normal
*********************
2 Printer Priority
3 Copy Priority
Restart.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Memory].
4
Press the OK key. Optional Memory appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Normal], [Printer
Priority] or [Copy Priority].
6
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
8
No
]
7
8-67
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The machine is
restarted.
Default Setting (System Menu)
TonerAlert Level
Set the amount of remaining toner to alert low toner.
The procedure for setting the TonerAlert Level is explained below.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
TonerAlert Level: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
Toner Level:
(5 - 100)
5
********%
M b
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [TonerAlert Level].
4
Press the OK key. TonerAlert Level appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
If [On] is selected and the OK key is pressed, the
Toner Level screen appears.
If [Off] is selected and the OK key is pressed,
proceed to step 8.
7
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to set
the level at which an alert will be displayed.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Common Settings menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Copy Settings
The following settings are available for copying functions.
•
Paper Selection …8-69
•
Auto Paper Selection …8-70
•
Auto % Priority …8-71
•
DP Read Action …8-72
•
Select Key Set …8-73
NOTE: If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with
administrator privileges.
Paper Selection
Set the default paper selection. The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Auto
Automatically select the cassette
containing paper in the same size as
originals.
Def. PaperSource
Select paper source set by Default Paper
Source (refer to page 8-22).
Use the procedure below to set the default paper selection.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7
Copy
*********************
8 Printer
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Copy:
a b
1
Paper Selection
*********************
2 AutoPaperSelect.
3 Auto % Priority
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Copy].
2
Press the OK key. The Copy menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Paper Selection].
8-69
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Paper Selection: a b
1
*Auto
*********************
2 Def. PaperSource
4
Press the OK key. Paper Selection appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Auto] or [Def.
Paper Source].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Copy menu.
Auto Paper Selection
If [Auto] is selected for Paper Selection, set the paper size selection method when the zoom changes. The table
below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
MostSuitableSize
Select paper based on the current zoom
and the size of the original.
Same as OrigSize
Select paper that matches the size of the
original, regardless the zoom.
Use the procedure below to specify the action performed for Auto Paper Selection.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7
Copy
*********************
8 Printer
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Copy:
a b
1
Paper Selection
*********************
2 AutoPaperSelect.
3 Auto % Priority
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Copy].
2
Press the OK key. The Copy menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [AutoPaperSelect.].
8-70
Default Setting (System Menu)
AutoPaperSelect.:a b
1
*MostSuitableSize
*********************
2 Same as OrigSize
4
Press the OK key. AutoPaperSelect. appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [MostSuitableSize]
or [Same as OrigSize].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Copy menu.
Auto % Priority
When a paper source of different size from the original is selected, select whether automatic zoom (reduce/
zoom) is performed.
The table below shows the available settings. The default setting is Off.
Item
Detail
Off
No zoom performed (copied in original size).
On
Automatic zoom performed as appropriate.
Use the procedure below to specify the automatic zoom priority.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7
Copy
*********************
8 Printer
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Copy:
a b
1
Paper
Selection
*********************
2 AutoPaperSelect.
3 Auto % Priority
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Copy].
2
Press the OK key. The Copy menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Auto % Priority].
8-71
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Auto % Priority: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
4
Press the OK key. AutoPaperSelect. appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Copy menu.
DP Read Action
You can set whether priority is given to speed or image quality when scanning an original on the document
processor.
The table below shows the available settings. The default setting is Speed Priority.
Item
Detail
Speed Priority
Priority is given to speed when scanning
Quality Priority
Priority is given to image quality when scanning
Use the procedure below to specify the DP Read Action.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7
Copy
*********************
8 Printer
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Copy:
a b
1
Paper
Selection
*********************
2 AutoPaperSelect.
3 Auto % Priority
[ Exit
]
DP Read Action: a b
1
*Speed Priority
*********************
2 Quality Priority
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Copy].
2
Press the OK key. The Copy menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [DP Read Action].
4
Press the OK key. DP Read Action appears.
8-72
Default Setting (System Menu)
5
Press the  or  key to select [Speed Priority] or
[Quality Priority].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Copy menu.
Select Key Set
If you register a function to the Left Select key or Right Select key, you can quickly set the function when using
copy functions.
You can register one of the following functions to each key.
•
None
•
Paper Selection
•
Collate
•
Duplex
•
Zoom
•
Combine
•
Original Size
•
Orig.Orientation
•
Original Image
•
Density
•
EcoPrint
•
Continuous Scan
•
File Name Entry
•
JobFinish Notice
•
Print Override
•
Color Selection
•
Color Balance
•
Sharpness
•
Backgrnd Density
•
Saturation
8
Use the procedure below to set Select Key Set.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7
Copy
*********************
8 Printer
9 Send
[ Exit
]
1
8-73
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Copy].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Copy:
a b
1
Paper Selection
*********************
2 AutoPaperSelect.
3 Auto % Priority
[ Exit
]
Select Key Set.: a b
1 Left
*********************
2 Right
[
Exit
Press the OK key. The Copy menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Select Key Set.].
4
Press the OK key. Select Key Set. menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Left] or [Right].
6
Press the OK key. This displays the function
selection screen for the flexible key selected in
step 5. The screen shown is the one when [Left] is
selected.
7
Press the  or  key to select the function you
want to register to the flexible key.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Select Key Set. menu.
]
Left:
a b
4 Duplex
5
*Zoom
*********************
6 Combine
This function is
already registered.
2
IMPORTANT: If you try to set the function that is
registered to the other flexible key, you cannot set it and
This function is already registered. is displayed.
8-74
Default Setting (System Menu)
Sending Settings
The sending settings allow you to specify the following sending function options.
•
Select Key Set …8-75
•
Destination confirmation screen before transmission …8-77
•
Default Screen …8-78
•
Send and Forward …8-79
NOTE: If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with
administrator privileges.
Select Key Set
If you register a function to the Left Select key or Right Select key, you can quickly set the function when using
sending functions.
You can register one of the following functions to each key.
•
None
•
Color Selection
•
Original Size
•
Original Image
•
Scan Resolution
•
Sending Size
•
Zoom
•
Orig.Orientation
•
Continuous Scan
•
File Format
•
File Name Entry
•
Subject/Body
•
JobFinish Notice
•
FAX Resolution
•
FAX Direct TX
•
FAX Delayed TX
•
FAX RX Polling
•
FAX TX Report
•
Density
•
Duplex
•
FTP Encrypted TX
•
File Separation
•
Sharpness
•
Backgrnd Density
8
8-75
Default Setting (System Menu)
Use the procedure below to set Select Key Set.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8 Printer
9
Send
*********************
[ Exit
]
Send:
a b
1
Select Key Set.
*********************
2 DestinationCheck
3 Default Screen
[ Exit
]
Select Key Set.: a b
1
Left
*********************
2 Right
[
Exit
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Send].
2
Press the OK key. The Send menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Select Key Set.].
4
Press the OK key. Select Key Set. menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Left] or [Right].
6
Press the OK key. This displays the function
selection screen for the flexible key selected in
step 5. The screen shown is the one when [Left] is
selected.
7
Press the  or  key to select the function you
want to register to the flexible key.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Select Key Set. menu.
]
Left:
a b
2 Color Selection
3
Original Size
*********************
4 Original Image
This function is
already registered.
1
IMPORTANT: If you try to set the function that is
registered to the other flexible key, you cannot set it and
This function is already registered. is displayed.
8-76
Default Setting (System Menu)
Destination confirmation screen before transmission
You can specify whether or not the destination confirmation screen appears after the Start key is pressed or
after a destination is added or edited before transmission.
The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Detail
Check beforeSend
Specify whether or not the destination
confirmation screen appears before
transmission.
Check New Dest.
Specify whether or not the destination
confirmation screen appears when the
destination is new.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8 Printer
9
Send
*********************
[ Exit
]
Send:
a b
1
Select Key Set.
*********************
2 DestinationCheck
3 Default Screen
[ Exit
]
DestinationCheck:a b
1
Check beforeSend
*********************
2 Check New Dest.
[
Exit
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Send].
8
2
Press the OK key. The Send menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select
[DestinationCheck].
4
Press the OK key. The destination confirmation
menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Check before
Send] or [Check New Dest.].
]
8-77
Default Setting (System Menu)
Check beforeSend:a b
1
*OFF
*********************
2 On
6
Press the OK key. The menu of the selected
function appears.
The screen when the Check before Send menu is
selected is shown.
7
Press the  or  key to select the desired
function.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the destination confirmation
menu.
Default Screen
Set the default screen displayed when you press the Send key.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8 Printer
9
Send
*********************
[ Exit
]
Send:
a b
1
Select Key Set.
*********************
2 DestinationCheck
3 Default Screen
[ Exit
]
Default Screen: a b
1
*Destination
*********************
2 Address Book
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Send].
2
Press the OK key. The Send menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Default Screen].
4
Press the OK key. The Default Screen appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Destination] or
[Address Book].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Send menu.
8-78
Default Setting (System Menu)
Send and Forward
Select whether to forward the original to another destination when sending images.
Displaying Send and Forward Menu
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8 Printer
9
Send
*********************
[ Exit
]
Send:
a b
1
Select
Key
Set.
*********************
2 DestinationCheck
3 Default Screen
[ Exit
]
Send and Forward: a b
1
Forward
*********************
2 Destination
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Send].
2
Press the OK key. The Send menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Send and
Forward].
4
Press the OK key. The Send and Forward menu
appears.
1
In the Send and Forward menu, press the  or 
key to select [Forward].
2
Press the OK key. Forward appears.
Forward
Select whether to forward the original.
Send and Forward: a b
1
Forward
*********************
2 Destination
Forward:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
8-79
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
3
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [on].
If [On] is selected and the OK key is pressed, the
Forward Rule screen appears.
If [Off] is selected and the OK key is pressed,
proceed to step 6.
Forward:
a b
1
p
E-mail
T
*********************
2 G Folder(SMB)
T
3 H Folder(FTP)
T
[ Select ]
4
Press the  or  key to select the Forward Rule.
5
Press [Select] (the Right Select key). The
selected file name is indicated by a checkmark
next to it.
If you need to add the Forward Rule, repeat steps
4 to 5 to select them.
Send and Forward: a b
1
Forward
*********************
2 Destination
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Send and Forward menu.
1
In the Send and Forward menu, press the  or 
key to select [Destination].
2
Press the OK key. The Destination menu appears.
Setting the destination
Set the destination to which the original is forwarded.
Use the procedure below to set the destination.
Send and Forward: a b
1
Forward
*********************
2 Destination
Destination:
a b
1
Confirmation
*********************
2 Register
[
Exit
]
8-80
Default Setting (System Menu)
Confirming Current Destination
Destination:
a b
1
Confirmation
*********************
2 Register
[
Exit
Exit
In the Destination menu, press the  or  key to
select [Confirmation].
2
Press the OK key. Dest. Confirm. appears.
]
Dest. Confirm.:
a b
p
Morgan@###########
*********************N
[
1
]
NOTE: Press the OK key to edit/delete the current
destination.Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
3
Press [Exit] (the Right Select key). The basic
screen reappears.
1
In the Destination menu, press the  or  key to
select [Register].
2
Press the OK key. Register appears.
Registering Destination
Destination:
a b
1 Confirmation
2
Register
*********************
[
Exit
]
Register:
a b
1
Address Book
*********************
2 Address Entry
To select a destination from the address book,
press the  or  key to select [Address Book] and
then press the OK key. This displays the address
book. Select your desired destination.
NOTE: For selecting a destination from the address
book, refer to Specifying Destination on page 3-41.
To directly enter a destination, press the  or 
key to select [Address Entry] and then press the
OK key. This displays an entry screen. Enter the
destination address directly.
Completed.
3
8-81
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Destination menu.
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Register:
a b
1 Address Book
2 *Address Entry
*********************
NOTE: If the address of the selected destination has
been changed after you selected the destination from
the address book, [*] is displayed before [Address
Entry]. Refer to Confirming Current Destination on 881 and reconfirm the destination address.
8-82
Default Setting (System Menu)
Document Box Settings
The following settings are available for Document Box.
•
Select Key Set …8-83
•
Custom Box …8-85
•
Job Box …8-97
Select Key Set
If you register a function to the Left Select key or Right Select key, you can quickly set the function when
printing from or saving to a document box.
You can register one of the following functions to each key for either of printing from and saving to a document
box.
Print
•
None
•
Collate
•
Paper Selection
•
Duplex
•
EcoPrint
•
File Name Entry
•
JobFinish Notice
•
Print Override
•
Color Selection
•
Encrypted PDF
•
JPEG/TIFF Print
•
XPS FitTo Page
•
Del. afterPrint
8
Store
•
None
•
Color Selection
•
Original Size
•
Original Image
•
Scan Resolution
•
Storing Size
•
Zoom
•
Orig.Orientation
•
Continuous Scan
•
File Format
•
File Separation
•
File Name Entry
8-83
Default Setting (System Menu)
•
JobFinish Notice
•
Density
•
Duplex
•
Sharpness
•
Backgrnd Density
Use the procedure below to set Select Key Set.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
;
Document Box
*********************
< Edit Destination
= Adjust/Maint.
[ Exit
]
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom
Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Job Box
[ Exit
]
Select Key Set.: a b
1
Print
*********************
2 Store
[
Exit
Exit
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Document Box].
2
Press the OK key. The Document Box menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Select Key Set.].
4
Press the OK key. Select Key Set. menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Print] or [Store].
6
Press the OK key. This displays the flexible key
selection screen for the function selected in step 5.
The screen shown is the one when [Print] is
selected.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Left] or [Right].
8
Press the OK key. This displays the function
selection screen for the flexible key selected in
step 7. The screen shown is the one when [Left] is
selected.
]
Print:
a b
1
Left
*********************
2 Right
[
1
]
Left:
a b
1
None
*********************
2 Collate
3 Paper Selection
8-84
Default Setting (System Menu)
9
Press the  or  key to select the function you
want to register to the flexible key.
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the flexible key selection screen.
IMPORTANT: If you try to set the function that is
registered to the other flexible key, you cannot set it and
This function is already registered. is displayed.
This function is
already registered.
Custom Box
IMPORTANT: To use a Custom Box, an optional SSD must be installed in the machine. The SSD must be
formatted from the machine. For more information, refer to Format SSD on 8-64.
NOTE: On network compatible models, the creation and setting of Custom Boxes is also possible from
Command Center RX.
8
Displaying Custom Box Menu
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
;
Document Box
*********************
< Edit Destination
= Adjust/Maint.
[ Exit
]
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom
Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Job Box
[ Exit
]
Custom Box:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
*********************
2 File Del. Time
[
Exit
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Document Box].
2
Press the OK key. The Document Box menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Custom Box].
4
Press the OK key. The Custom Box menu
appears.
]
8-85
Default Setting (System Menu)
Custom Box creation
Create a Custom Box. Enter the Box Name and Box Number then it is possible to continue on and set the details
of the Box.
NOTE: When user login administration is enabled, log in as a user with administrator authority.
The procedure for Custom Box creation is explained below.
Custom Box:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
*********************
2 File Del. Time
[
Exit
1
In the Custom Box menu, press the  or  key to
select [Detail/Edit].
2
Press the OK key. The Custom Box list appears.
3
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key). Menu
appears.
4
In the Menu screen, select the [Add Box] and press
the OK key. The Box Name Entry screen appears.
5
Enter the Box Name using the numeric keys.
]
Custom Box:
a b
0001
q Dandoko
*********************
0002q DANDOKO box
0003q DBox
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
*********************
2 Delete
3 Add Box
Box Name Entry:
a b
*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
NOTE: Up to 32 characters can be entered.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Box Number Entry: a b
(0001 - 1000)
/0003-
6
Press the OK key. The Box Number Entry screen
appears.
7
Use the numeric keys or press the  or  key to
enter the Box Number.
*[0000]:Auto
NOTE: Enter the Box Number as a four-digit number
from 0001 - 1000.
q Box03:
a b
1
Exit
********************2 Detail
8
Press the OK key.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Detail] or [Exit]
then press the OK key.
To set the details of the Box, select [Detail] and
proceed to Detailed box settings on page 8-87.
If the details of the Box will not be set then select
[Exit] and finish the operation.
Detailed box settings
Set the details of the Box when necessary. The items to set are different between when user login administration
is not enabled, when user login administration is enabled and the user is logged in with administrator authority
and when user login administration is enabled and the user is logged in with user authority.
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Detail:
Box Name:
Box03
[
Edit
]
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
The detailed settings for the Box are as shown below.
User login On
Setting
User login Off
Administ
rator
Reference Page
User
Box Name
Yes
Yes
Yes
Box Name (Change the Box name) on 888
Owner
–
Yes
No
Owner (Owner settings) on 8-89
Permission
–
Yes
Yes
Permission (settings for the sharing of a
Box) on 8-90
Box Password
Yes
Yes
Yes
Box Password (Box password setting) on
8-90
Box Number
Yes
Yes
Yes
Box number (Change of the Box
number) on 8-91
Usage Restrict.
Yes
Yes
No
Usage Restrict. (Setting for maximum
possible capacity usage) on 8-92
Auto File Del.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auto File Del. (Setting for automatic file
deletion) on 8-92
Overwrite Set.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Overwrite Set. (Setting of overwrite
storage) on 8-93
Del. afterPrint
Yes
Yes
Yes
Del. afterPrint (Setting for file deletion after
printing) on 8-94
Yes: The setting can be changed.
No: The setting cannot be changed.
–: No setting
Box Name (Change the Box name)
Change the Box name.
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Detail:
Box Name:
Box03
[
Edit
1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Box Name].
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). The Box Name
Entry screen appears.
]
Box Name Entry:
a b
Box03*
S
ABC
[ Text
]
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Default Setting (System Menu)
3
Enter the Box Name using the numeric keys.
NOTE: Up to 32 characters can be entered.
4
Press the OK key. The Detail menu screen
reappears.
Owner (Owner settings)
When user login administration is enabled, set the owner of the Box. If the owner is not set then the owner name
is displayed as -----.
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Detail:
Owner:
Smith
1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Owner].
2
Press [Change] (the Right Select key). The
Owner setting screen appears.
[ Change ]
Owner:
a b
1
Local User
********************2 Network User
3 None
3
Press the  or  key to select [Local User] or
[Network User].
NOTE: When [Local User] is selected, select the user
that you want to set as the owner and press the OK
key.
If the owner will not be set then select [None] and
press the OK key.
Login User Name:
*
[
ABC
Text
a b
4
Press the OK key. The Login User Name screen
appears.
5
Enter the Login User Name using the numeric
keys.
]
NOTE: Up to 64 characters can be entered.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
6
Press the OK key. The Detail menu screen
reappears.
Permission (settings for the sharing of a Box)
When user login administration is enabled, this setting determines whether or not a Box will be shared with other
users.
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Detail:
Permission:
Shared
1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Permission].
2
Press [Change] (the Right Select key). The
Permission screen appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Shared] or
[Private].
4
Press the OK key. The Detail menu screen
reappears.
[ Change ]
Permission:
a b
1
*Shared
********************2 Private
Box Password (Box password setting)
It is possible to set a password for a box and restrict the users who have access to it. Enter one if necessary.
NOTE: This setting is not displayed when user login administration is enabled and the Permission (settings
for the sharing of a Box) on page 8-90 has been set to [Private].
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Detail:
Box Password:
1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Box Password].
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). The New
Password entry screen appears.

[
New Password:
*
[
Edit
]
a b
S
ABC
Text
]
8-90
Default Setting (System Menu)
3
Enter the new password using the numeric keys.
NOTE: Up to 16 characters can be entered.
Confirm Password: a b
*
S
[
ABC
Text
4
Press the OK key. The Confirm Password entry
screen appears.
5
To confirm, re-enter the password to be registered.
Enter the password using the numeric keys.
6
Press the OK key. If the password is correct, the
setting is changed to the new password and the
Detail menu screen reappears.
]
If the password is not correct, the display shows
Incorrect password. and returns to the New
Password screen, so enter again from the new
password.
Box number (Change of the Box number)
Change the Box number.
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Detail:
Box Number:
0002
[
Edit
1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Box Number].
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). The Box Name
Entry screen appears.
3
Use the numeric keys or press the  or  key to
enter the Box Number.
]
Box Number Entry: a b
(0001 - 1000)
/0002-
NOTE: Enter the Box Number as a four-digit number
from 0001 - 1000.
If the display shows This box number is already
registered., this Box Number is already in use.
Register a different Box Number.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
4
Press the OK key. The Detail menu screen
reappears.
Usage Restrict. (Setting for maximum possible capacity usage)
It is possible to restrict the capacity of Boxes in order to preserve the SSD capacity. To limit the usage capacity,
enter the maximum value (MB) using the numeric keys. The limit value will vary depending on the number of
user Boxes that are created, but it is possible to enter the maximum between 1 and 30,000 (MB).
Detail:
Usage Restrict.:
200MB
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1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Usage Restrict.].
2
Press [Change] (the Right Select key). The Usage
Restrict. screen appears.
3
Enter the limit value using the numeric keys, the 
or  key.
4
Press the OK key. The Detail menu screen
reappears.
[ Change ]
Usage Restrict.:
(1 - 30000)
/**200-MB
a b
Auto File Del. (Setting for automatic file deletion)
This automatically deletes the documents that have been saved after a fixed period. Set to [On] for the
automatic deletion and then enter the number of days that the documents will be stored. Between 1 and 31
(days) can be entered. Set to [Off] if automatic deletion will not be used.
Detail:
Auto File Del.:
Off
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1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Auto File Del.].
2
Press [Change] (the Right Select key). The Auto
File Del. menu screen appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
[ Change ]
Auto File Del.:
a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
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Default Setting (System Menu)
NOTE: If [On] has been selected, set the number of
days for storage as the [Period]. [Period] is only
displayed if it has been set to [On].
Period:
a b
(1 - 31)
/*7-day(s)
4
Press the OK key. The Period screen appears.
5
Enter the number of days for storage using the
numeric keys, the  or  key.
6
Press the OK key. The Detail menu screen
reappears.
Overwrite Set. (Setting of overwrite storage)
This setting is used to permit or prohibit the overwriting of old documents that have been stored for the storage
of new documents.
Detail:
Overwrite Set.:
Permit
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1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Overwrite Set.].
2
Press [Change] (the Right Select key). The
Overwrite Set. screen appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Permit] or
[Prohibit].
4
Press the OK key. The Detail menu screen
reappears.
[ Change ]
Overwrite Set.:
a b
1
*Permit
********************2 Prohibit
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Del. afterPrint (Setting for file deletion after printing)
This automatically deletes the documents from the Boxes when the printing is complete.
Detail:
Del. afterPrint:
Off
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1
In the Detail menu screen, press the  or  key to
select [Del. afterPrint].
2
Press [Change] (the Right Select key). The Del.
afterPrint screen appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
4
Press the OK key. The Detail menu screen
reappears.
[ Change ]
Del. afterPrint: a b
1
*Off
********************2 On
Editing Custom Boxes
It is possible to change the detailed settings of the Custom Boxes.
Custom Box:
a b
0001
q Dandoko
*********************
0002q DANDOKO box
0003q DBox
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
***********************2 Delete
3 Add Box
a b
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Detail:
Box Name:
Box03
[
Edit
]
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press the  or 
key to select the Box to edit.
2
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key). The Menu
screen appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Detail/Edit].
4
Press the OK key. The Detail screen appears.
NOTE: If the screen for entering a password is
displayed then enter the password using the numeric
keys and then press the OK key.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
5
Press the  or  key to check each of the settings
and make changes.
NOTE: For the method for making changes, refer to
Detailed box settings on page 8-87.
6
When the editing is completed press the OK key.
The Custom Box list screen reappears.
1
In the Custom Box list screen, press the  or 
key to select the Box to delete.
2
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key). The Menu
screen appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
4
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
5
To proceed with deleting the custom box, press
[Yes] (the Left Select key). Completed. appears
and the custom box is deleted. The once deleting
of the custom box ends, the Custom Box list
screen reappears.
Deleting Custom Boxes
It is possible to delete Custom Boxes.
Custom Box:
a b
0001
q Dandoko
*********************
0002q DANDOKO box
0003q DBox
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
***********************2 Delete
3 Add Box
Delete.
Are you sure?
z q Dandoko
[
Yes
] [
No
]
Pressing [No] (the Right Select key) returns to the
file list screen without deleting the custom box.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Setting automatic document deletion for Custom Boxes
Set the time for documents stored in Custom Boxes to be automatically deleted.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
;
Document Box
*********************
< Edit Destination
= Adjust/Maint.
[ Exit
]
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom
Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Job Box
[ Exit
]
Custom Box:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
*********************
2 File Del. Time
[
Exit
File Del. Time:
Hour
Min.
/00-:
00
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Document Box].
2
Press the OK key. The Document Box menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Custom Box].
4
Press the OK key. The Custom Box menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [File Del. Time].
6
Press the OK key. The File Del. Time screen
appears.
7
Use the numeric keys or press the  or  key to
enter the hours and minutes.
]
a b
Press the  or  key to increase or decrease the
figures.
Use the  or  key to move the position being
entered, which is shown highlighted.
8
8-96
Press the OK key. The Custom Box Menu screen
reappears.
Default Setting (System Menu)
Job Box
Job Box settings can be set. Select settings for Quick Copy Jobs and Job Retention Deletion. Quick Copy Jobs
sets the number of files that can be saved using Quick Copy. Job Ret. Deletion sets the period of time a job
retention file can be saved. When a file has been saved for longer than the period, it is automatically deleted.
Quick Copy Jobs
The procedure for setting Quick Copy Jobs is explained below.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
;
Document Box
*********************
< Edit Destination
= Adjust/Maint.
[ Exit
]
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom
Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Job Box
[ Exit
]
Job Box:
a b
1
Quick Copy Jobs
*********************
2 JobRet. Deletion
[
Exit
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Document Box].
2
Press the OK key. The Document Box menu
appears.
8
3
Press the  or  key to select [Job Box].
4
Press the OK key. The Job Box screen appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Quick Copy Jobs].
6
Press the OK key. The Quick Copy Jobs screen
appears.
7
Enter the number of Quick Copy Jobs that can be
saved with the numeric keys.
8
Press the OK key. The Job Box screen reappears.
]
Quick Copy Jobs: D b
(0 - 300)
****0* job(s)
8-97
Default Setting (System Menu)
Job Retention Deletion
The procedure for setting Job Retention Deletion is explained below.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
;
Document Box
*********************
< Edit Destination
= Adjust/Maint.
[ Exit
]
Document Box:
a b
1
Custom
Box
*********************
2 Sub Address Box
3 Job Box
[ Exit
]
Job Box:
a b
1
Quick Copy Jobs
*********************
2 JobRet. Deletion
[
Exit
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Document Box].
2
Press the OK key. The Document Box menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Job Box].
4
Press the OK key. The Job Box screen appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Job Ret. Deletion].
6
Press the OK key. The Job Retention Deletion
screen appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select the period that jobs
are retained.
8
Press the OK key. The Job Box screen reappears.
]
JobRet. Deletion:a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 1 hour
3 4 hours
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Printer Settings
Printing from computers, settings are generally made on the application software screen. However, the
following settings are available for configuring the defaults to customize the machine.
•
Emuration Set …8-99
•
Color Setting …8-102
•
EcoPrint …8-102
•
Override A4/LTR …8-103
•
Duplex …8-104
•
Copies …8-105
•
Orientation …8-107
•
Gloss Mode …8-108
•
Wide A4 …8-109
•
FormFeed Timeout …8-109
•
LF Action …8-110
•
CR Action …8-111
•
Job Name …8-112
•
User Name …8-113
•
Paper Feed Mode…8-114
•
Auto Cass.Change…8-115
8
NOTE: If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with
administrator privileges.
Emuration Set
Select the emulation for operating this machine by commands oriented to other types of printers.
Selection of emulation
This machine can emulate the following printers:
•
PCL6
•
KPDL
•
KPDL(Auto)
NOTE: When [KPDL (Auto)] is selected for the emulation mode, automatic switching between KPDL and
PCL6 (substitute emulation) takes place based on the print data.
8-99
Default Setting (System Menu)
Use the procedure below to select the emulation.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
1
Emulation Set.
*********************
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
Emulation Set.: a b
1
*PCL6
*********************
2 KPDL
3 KPDL(Auto)
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Emuration Set.].
4
Press the OK key. Emuration Set. appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select the printer you want
to emulate.
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
NOTE: If you select [KPDL] or [KPDL(Auto)], the
operation after selecting the emulation is different from
others.
If you select [KPDL], refer to page 8-101.
If you select [KPDL(Auto)], refer to page 8-101.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
When KPDL Is Selected for Emulation
When you use the KPDL emulation mode, set whether or not to output KPDL error reports. The default setting
is Off.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
Emulation Set.: a b
1 PCL6
2
KPDL
*********************
3 KPDL(Auto)
KPDL Error Rpt: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
In Emulation Set, press the  or  key to select
[KPDL].
2
Press the OK key. KPDL Error Rpt appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
4
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
When KPDL(Auto) Is Selected for Emulation
When you select [KPDL(Auto)], set whether or not to output KPDL error reports. The default setting is Off.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
Emulation Set.: a b
1 PCL6
2 KPDL
3 KPDL(Auto)
*********************
KPDL Error Rpt: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
In Emulation Set, press the  or  key to select
[KPDL(Auto)].
2
Press the OK key. KPDL Error Rpt appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
4
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Color Setting
You can select whether status reports are printed in color or black & white.
Use the procedure below to select the Color Setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
Color Setting:
a b
*********************
1
*Color
2 Black & White
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Color Setting].
4
Press the OK key. Color Setting appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select to select [Color] or
[Black & White].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
EcoPrint
EcoPrint conserves toner when printing. This is recommended for test copies where faded printing is not a
problem.
Use the procedure below to specify the EcoPrint setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
1
8-102
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
EcoPrint:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [EcoPrint].
4
Press the OK key. EcoPrint appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
8
Override A4/LTR
Select whether to treat A4 size and Letter, which are similar in size, as the same size when printing. The table
below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
On
A4 and Letter are regarded as the same in
size. The machine will use whichever size
is in the paper source.
Off
A4 and Letter are not regarded as the
same in size.
Use the procedure below to specify the override A4/Letter setting. The default setting is On.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
1
8-103
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
Override A4/LTR: a b
1 Off
2 *On
*********************
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Override A4/LTR].
4
Press the OK key. Override A4/LTR appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
Duplex
Select binding orientation for duplex mode. The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Off
No duplex mode
Bind Long
Edge
Longer edge
bound
Bind Short
Edge
Shorter edge
bound
Finish
Use the procedure below to select a duplex setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
1
8-104
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
Duplex:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Bind Long Edge
3 Bind Short Edge
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Duplex].
4
Press the OK key. Duplex appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [Bind Long
Edge] or [Bind Short Edge].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
Copies
Set the default number of copies, from 1 to 999.
Use the procedure below to specify the default number of copies.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Copies].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Copies:
D b
(1 - 999)
*******1*copies
4
Press the OK key. Copies appears.
5
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to set
the default number of copies.
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Orientation
Set the default orientation, Portrait or Landscape.
Portrait
Landscape
Printer
Printer
Use the procedure below to set the default orientation for printing.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
Orientation:
a b
1
*Portrait
*********************
2 Landscape
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
8
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Orientation].
4
Press the OK key. Orientation appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Portrait] or
[Landscape].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
8-107
Default Setting (System Menu)
Gloss Mode
Gloss Mode, when set to High, increases the effect of glossiness in printing by reducing the printing speed by
half.
IMPORTANT: Gloss Mode is not available when Labels and Transparency is selected as the paper type setting.
Depending on the paper used, printing in gloss mode may cause wrinkle in paper. To reduce wrinkle, try using
thicker paper.
Use the procedure below to select Gloss mode.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
Gloss Mode:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Gloss Mode].
4
Press the OK key. Gloss Mode appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
8-108
Default Setting (System Menu)
Wide A4
Turn this to on to increase the maximum number of characters that can be printed in a line for an A4 page (78
characters at 10 pitch) and Letter size page (80 characters at 10 pitch). This setting is only effective in PCL 6
emulation.
Use the procedure below to select Wide A4.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
Wide A4:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Wide A4].
4
Press the OK key. Wide A4 appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
FormFeed Timeout
Receiving print data from the computer, the machine may sometimes wait if there is no information signalling
that the last page does not have any more data to be printed. When the preset timeout passes, the machine
automatically prints paper. The options are between 5 and 495 seconds.
Use the procedure below to set the form feed timeout.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
1
8-109
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
FormFeed TimeOut: D b
(5 - 495)
******30*Sec.
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [FormFeed
Timeout].
4
Press the OK key. FormFeed Timeout appears.
5
Press the  or  key to set the Form Feed
Timeout. You can set the timeout delay in seconds.
You cannot use the numeric keys to enter this
value.
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
LF Action
Set the line feed action when the machine receives the line feed code (character code 0AH). The table below
shows the available settings. The default setting is LF Only.
Item
Description
LF Only
Only line feed performed.
LF and CR
Line feed and character return performed.
Ignore LF
No line feed performed.
Use the procedure below to specify a LF action.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
1
8-110
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
LF Action:
M b
1
*LF Only
*********************
2 LF and CR
3 Ignore LF
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [LF Action].
4
Press the OK key. LF Action appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [LF Only], [LF and
CR] or [Ignore LF].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
CR Action
Set the character return action when the machine receives the character return code (character code 0DH). The
table below shows the available settings. The default setting is CR Only.
Item
Description
CR Only
Only character return performed.
LF and CR
Character return and line feed performed.
Ignore CR
No character return performed.
Use the procedure below to specify a CR action.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
1
8-111
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
CR Action:
a b
1
*CR Only
*********************
2 LF and CR
3 Ignore CR
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [CR Action].
4
Press the OK key.
5
Press the  or  key to select [CR Only], [LF and
CR] or [Ignore CR].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
Job Name
Set whether the job name set in the printer driver is displayed.
Use the procedure below to specify a Job Name.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Job Name].
8-112
Default Setting (System Menu)
Job Name.:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
4
Press the OK key. Job Name appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key.
When [On] is selected, a screen appears for you to
set the job name to be used.
When [Off] is selected, Completed. is displayed
and the screen returns to the Printer screen.
Additional Info.:a b
1
*Job Name
*********************
2 Job No.+Job Name
3 Job Name+Job No.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Job Name], [Job
No.+Job Name] or [Job Name+Job No.].
8
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
User Name
Set whether the user name set in the printer driver is displayed.
Use the procedure below to specify the User Name setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [User Name].
8-113
Default Setting (System Menu)
User Name:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
*********************
4
Press the OK key. User Name appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
Paper Feed Mode
Set the default value of the paper feed direction used for the printer functions. The default setting is Auto.
Item
Description
Auto
Sets the paper feed direction automatically.
Fixed
Sets the paper feed direction the same as
in the previous printing operation.
Use the procedure below to set Paper Feed Mode.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
Paper Feed Mode: a b
1
*Auto
*********************
2 Fixed
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Paper Feed
Mode].
4
Press the OK key. Paper Feed Mode appears.
8-114
Default Setting (System Menu)
5
Press the  or  key to select [Auto] or [Fixed].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
Auto Cass.Change
Select the action that takes place when the cassette runs out of paper during printing. Selections are as follows.
The default setting is [On].
Item
Description
Off
The printer displays Load Cassette # (# is a
cassette number) or Load MP Tray, and
stops printing.
Load the paper according to the paper source
displayed to resume printing.
To print from the other paper cassette, press
the  or  key to display Use alternative?,
press the  or  key to select the desired
paper source, and then press [GO].
On
If there is another cassette with the same
size and type of paper, printing will
automatically continue.
Use the procedure below to set the Auto Cass.Change.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
7 Copy
8
Printer
*********************
9 Send
[ Exit
]
Printer:
a b
*********************
1
Emulation Set.
2 Color Setting
3 EcoPrint
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Printer].
2
Press the OK key. The Printer menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Auto
Cass.Change].
8-115
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Auto Cass.Change:a b
1 Off
2 *On
*********************
4
Press the OK key. Auto Cass.Change appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Printer menu.
8-116
Default Setting (System Menu)
Printing Reports/Sending Notice
Print reports to check the machine settings and status. Default settings for printing the result reports can also
be configured.
NOTE: If user login administration is enabled, you can only print by logging in with administrator privileges.
You can select whether status reports are printed in color or black & white. Refer to Color Setting on 8-102
Printing Reports
Printable reports are as follows.
Menu map
Outputs a menu map of this machine.
Menu Map
Status Page
Firmware Version
8
Status Page
Check the information including current settings, available memory space, and optional equipment installed.
Status Page
Firmware Version
8-117
Default Setting (System Menu)
Font List
Check the font samples installed in the machine.
Optional Network Status
You can view information on the installed network interface card or wireless interface card.
Use the procedure below to print a Menu Map / Status Page / Font List / Optional Network Status.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1
Report
*********************
2 Counter
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
Report:
a b
1
Report
Print
*********************
2 Admin Rpt Set.
3 Result Rpt Set.
[ Exit
]
Report Print:
a b
1
Menu Map
*********************
2 Status Page
3 Font List
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Report].
2
Press the OK key. The Report menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Report Print].
4
Press the OK key. The Report Print menu appears.
8-118
Default Setting (System Menu)
Print.
Are you sure?
z Status Page
[
Yes
] [
5
Press the  or  key to select [Menu Map],
[Status Page], [Font List] or [Opt NW Status].
6
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
The screen shown is the one when Status Page is
selected.
No
]
7
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The selected
report is output. Accepted. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Report Print menu.
NOTE: When acceptance of jobs is prohibited, Now, the machine is prohibited to be used. is displayed and
the output is canceled.
Service Status Page
More detailed information is available than on the Status Page. Service personnel usually print the service
status pages for maintenance purpose.
Network Status Page
Check the information including network interface firmware version, network address and protocol.
Use the procedure below to print a Service Status / Network Status.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-119
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
Service Setting: a b
1
Service Status
*********************
2 Network Status
3 Test Page
[ Exit
]
Print.
Are you sure?
z Network Status
[
Yes
] [
No
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Service Setting].
4
Press the OK key. Service Setting menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Service Status] or
[Network Status].
6
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
The screen shown is the one when Network Status
is selected.
]
7
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The selected
report is output. Accepted. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Service Setting menu.
NOTE: When acceptance of jobs is prohibited, Now, the machine is prohibited to be used. is displayed and
the output is canceled.
8-120
Default Setting (System Menu)
Send Result Report
Automatically print a report of transmission result when a transmission is complete. The table below shows the
available settings. The default setting is Error Only.
Item
Description
Off
No result report printed.
On
Result report automatically printed.
Transmitted images can also be attached.
Error Only
Result report printed only when a
transmission ends in an error. If two or
more destinations are registered, the
reports are printed only for the destinations
with the errors. Transmitted images can
also be attached.
Use the procedure below to send a Result Report.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1
Report
*********************
2 Counter
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
Report:
a b
1
Report Print
*********************
2 Admin Rpt Set.
3 Result Rpt Set.
[ Exit
]
Result Rpt Set.: a b
1
Send Result
*********************
2 FAX RX Result
3 JobFinish Notice
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Report].
2
Press the OK key. The Report menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Result Rpt Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The Result Rpt Set. menu
appears.
8-121
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Send Result:
a b
1
E-mail/Folder
*********************
2 FAX
3 CancelBeforeSend
[ Exit
]
a b
E-mail/Folder:
1 Off
2 On
3
*Error Only
*********************
5
Press the U or V key to select [Send Result]. The
Send Result menu appears.
6
Press the U or V key to select [E-mail/Folder],
[FAX], [CancelBeforeSend]] or [Dest. Info.].
Selected menu appears.
NOTE: Selecting [CancelBeforeSend] can be
specified whether the machine prints the report when
canceling the operation before sending.
When selecting [Off] in both E-mail/Folder and FAX
menu, [CancelBeforeSend] is not displayed.
7
Press the U or V key to select [Off], [On] or [Error
Only].
When selecting [FAX], press the U or V key to
select [Off], [On], [Error Only] or [Specify Each
Job].
When [On], [Error Only], or [Specify Each Job] is
selected and the OK key is pressed, [Off], [Partial
Image], or [Full Image] can be selected.
When selecting [CancelBeforeSend], press the U
or V key to select [Off] or [On].
When selecting [Dest. Info.], press the U or V key
to select [Dest. or Name] or [Dest. and Name].
8
Press the OK key. A Result Report is sent.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Send Result menu.
8-122
Default Setting (System Menu)
Adjustment/Maintenance
Adjust printing quality and conduct machine maintenance.
•
Copy Denst. Adj. …8-123
•
Send/Box Density …8-124
•
Backgrnd Density …8-125
•
AutoColorCorrect …8-126
•
ColorCalibration …8-126
•
Color Regist. …8-127
•
Correct. Bk Line …8-134
•
LaserScanner Cln (Laser scanner cleaning mode setting) …8-135
•
Drum Refresh (Drum refresh mode setting) …8-136
•
Altitude Adj. (Altitude adjustment setting) …8-137
•
MC (Main charger output setting) …8-138
•
Mem.Diagnostics …8-139
NOTE: If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with
administrator privileges.
Copy Denst. Adj.
Adjust copy density. Adjustment can be made in 7 levels.
Use the procedure below to adjust the copy density.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Copy Denst. Adj.].
8-123
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Copy Denst. Adj.: a b
3
-1
4
* 0 Normal
*********************
5
+1
4
Press the OK key. Copy Denst. Adj. appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select the density from
[-3 Lighter] to [+3 Darker].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Adjust/Maint. menu.
Send/Box Density
Adjust scan density when sending or storing the data in Document Box. Adjustment can be made in 7 levels.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
Send/Box Density: a b
3
-1
4
*
0 Normal
*********************
5
+1
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Send/Box
Density].
4
Press the OK key. Send/Box Density appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select the density from
[-3 Lighter] to [+3 Darker].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Adjust/Maint. menu.
8-124
Default Setting (System Menu)
Backgrnd Density
Darkens or lightens the overall background density. Copy mode and send/document box mode can each be
adjusted to one of seven levels. Use the procedure below to specify the setting for Background Density.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
Backgrnd Density:a b
1
Copy(Auto)
*********************
2 Send/Box(Auto)
[
Exit
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Backgrnd Density].
4
Press the OK key. Backgrnd Density appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Copy(Auto)] or
[Send/Box(Auto)].
6
Press the OK key. This displays the density
selection screen for the mode selected in step 5.
The screen shown is the one when [Copy(Auto)] is
selected.
7
Press the  or  key to select the density from [3 Lighter] to [+3 Darker].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Adjust/Maint. menu.
]
Copy(Auto):
a b
3
-1
4
* 0 Normal
*********************
5
+1
8-125
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
AutoColorCorrect
This setting allows you to adjust the detection level used by the machine to determine whether the original is
color or black and white during Auto Color Mode. Setting a lower value will result in more originals being
identified as color, while a larger value will tend to increase the number of originals being identified as black and
white.
Use the procedure below to set the Auto Color Detection Level.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy
Denst.
Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
AutoColorCorrect: a b
*********************
1
5
2 4
3 3
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [AutoColorCorrect].
4
Press the OK key. AutoColorCorrect appears.
5
Press the or  key to select a value from [5] to
[1].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Adjust/Maint. menu.
ColorCalibration
This machine contains a calibration function that automatically makes adjustments to compensate for changes
that occur over time due to variations in the ambient temperature and humidity. So that the highest quality color
printing can be maintained, this color calibration operation is carried out automatically each time the power to
the machine is turned on. If color tone does not improve or color drift does not improve after executing this color
adjustment, perform color print position correction on page 8-127.
8-126
Default Setting (System Menu)
Use the procedure below to set the Color Calibration.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
Start the color
calibration.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [ColorCalibration].
4
Press the OK key. ColorCalibration appears.
8
]
5
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key) to execute Color
Calibration.
6
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Adjust/Maint. menu.
Color Regist.
When first installing the machine or moving it to a new location, color drift during printing may occur. Use this
function to correct the color position of each of cyan, magenta and yellow to resolve color drift. Normal
registration and detailed settings are available for Color Registration. Color drift can be largely corrected
through normal registration. However, if it is not resolved or to perform more detailed settings, use the detailed
settings.
NOTE: To perform color registration, verify that either Letter or A4 paper is loaded into a cassette.
IMPORTANT: Before performing color registration, be sure to perform color calibration (see page 8-126). If
color drift remains, perform color registration. By performing color registration without performing color
calibration, the color drift will be resolved once, however, it may cause the serious color drift later.
8-127
Default Setting (System Menu)
Normal Registration
Follow the steps below to correct normal color drift.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy
Denst.
Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
Color Regist.:
a b
1
Normal
*********************
2 Detail
[
Exit
Print.
Are you sure?
w Registration chart.
Yes
] [
No
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Color Regist.].
4
Press the OK key. Color Regist. appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Normal].
6
Press the OK key. The normal registration
appears. Press the  or  key to select [Print
Chart].
7
Press the OK key. The chart print confirmation
menu appears.
]
Normal:
a b
1
Print Chart
*********************
2 Adjust Magenta
3 Adjust Cyan
[
1
]
8-128
Default Setting (System Menu)
8
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key) to execute chart
printing. After the charts are printed, you will return
to the standard menu of color print position
correction.
Three charts, H-L (left), V (center), and H-R (right)
are printed on one sheet of paper for each of the
colors M (magenta), C (cyan), and Y (yellow).
<Chart Example>
Color Registration Correction Chart
MH-L
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
MV
I
G
E
C
A
1
3
5
7
9
MH-R
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
H
F
D
B
0
2
4
6
8
8
CH-L
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
YH-L
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
CV
I
G
E
C
A
1
3
5
7
9
H
F
D
B
0
2
4
6
8
I
G
E
C
A
1
3
5
7
9
H
F
D
B
0
2
4
6
8
CH-R
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
YV
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YH-R
I G E C A 1 3 5 7 9
H F D B 0 2 4 6 8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Normal:
a b
1
Print Chart
*********************
2 Adjust Magenta
3 Adjust Cyan
9
Press the  or  key to select [Adjust Magenta].
Press the OK key. The magenta correction menu
appears.
10 In the color registration correction chart printed in
Print Registration Chart above, note the numbers
of the sections in the magenta H and V charts
where the lines most closely coincide as a single
straight line. In the left example, the value would be
B.
Adjust Magenta: a b
(I - A, 0 - 9)
0 V: 0
H-L:***
11 Press  or  key to change items (H-L, V and HR). Press  or  key to enter the value read from
the chart and press [OK].
Magenta correction is performed. After a brief
interval you will return to the standard menu of
color print position correction.
H-R: 0
Press  key to increase the value from 0 to 9. To
decrease, press .
By pressing , the value changes from 0 to
alphabetic letters, going from A to I. To move in the
reverse direction, press .
You cannot use the numeric keys to enter these
values.
12 Repeat steps 9 to 11 to correct cyan and yellow.
Detailed Settings
Follow the steps below to perform more detailed correction.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-130
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
Color Regist.:
a b
1
Normal
*********************
2 Detail
[
Exit
Print.
Are you sure?
w Registration chart.
Yes
] [
No
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Color Regist.].
4
Press the OK key. Color Regist. appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Detail].
6
Press the OK key. The detail registration appears.
Press the  or  key to select [Print Chart].
]
Detail:
a b
1
Print Chart
*********************
2 Adjust Magenta
3 Adjust Cyan
[
2
8
7
Press the OK key. The chart print confirmation
menu appears.
8
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key) to execute chart
printing. After the charts are printed, you will return
to the detail menu of color print position correction.
]
Two charts, H-1 to H-5V (upper) and V-3 (lower)
are printed on one sheet of paper for each of the
colors M (magenta), C (cyan), and Y (yellow).
8-131
Default Setting (System Menu)
<Chart Example>
Detail:
a b
1
Print Chart
*********************
2 Adjust Magenta
3 Adjust Cyan
9
8-132
Press the  or  key to select [Adjust Magenta].
Press the OK key. The magenta correction menu
appears.
Default Setting (System Menu)
10 In the color registration correction chart printed in
Print Registration Chart above, note the numbers
of the sections in the magenta H and V charts
where the lines most closely coincide as a single
straight line. In the left example, the value would be
B.
Adjust Magenta:
a b
(I - A, 0 - 9)
0 H-3: 0
H-1:***H-2:
0
0
H-4:***H-5:
0 V-3: 0
11 Press  or  key to change items (H-1 to H-5, V3). Press  or  key to enter the value read from
the chart and press [OK].
Magenta correction is performed. After a brief
interval you will return to the detail menu of color
print position correction.
Press  key to increase the value from 0 to 9. To
decrease, press .
By pressing , the value changes from 0 to
alphabetic letters, going from A to I. To move in the
reverse direction, press .
You cannot use the numeric keys to enter these
values.
12 Repeat steps 9 to 11 to correct cyan and yellow.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Correct. Bk Line
Correct fine black lines (black streaks caused by contamination), which may appear on the copies, when the
document processor is used.
K
Paper feed
direction
The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Off
No correction performed.
On(Low)
Correction performed. The reproduction of
the image becomes lower when using Off.
On(High)
Correction performed. Select this item if
black streak remains after using On (Low).
The reproduction of the image becomes
lower when using On (Low).
NOTE: Using Correcting Fine Black Line can impair reproduction of fine characters. It is recommended to
keep the default ([Off]).
Use the procedure below to specify the setting for correcting fine black lines.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-134
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
Correct. Bk Line: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On(Low)
3 On(High)
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Correct. Bk Line].
4
Press the OK key. Correct. Bk Line appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [On(Low)] or
[On(High)].
6
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Adjust/Maint. menu.
LaserScanner Cln (Laser scanner cleaning mode setting)
This sets the cleaning mode for the laser scanner. When the printing quality declines, cleaning the laser scanner
can restore the printing quality.
Use the procedure below to set the laser scanner cleaning mode setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy
Denst.
Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Service Setting].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Service Setting: a b
1
Service Status
*********************
2 Network Status
3 Test Page
[ Exit
]
Start the laser
scanner cleaning.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
4
Press the OK key. The Service Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [LaserScanner
Cln].
6
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
7
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). Completed. is
displayed and the screen returns to the Service
Setting menu.
]
Drum Refresh (Drum refresh mode setting)
This sets the refresh mode for the drum. When the printing quality declines, refreshing the drum can restore the
printing quality.
Use the procedure below to set the drum refresh mode setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Service Setting].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Service Setting: a b
1
Service Status
*********************
2 Network Status
3 Test Page
[ Exit
]
Start the drum
refresh.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
4
Press the OK key. The Service Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Drum Refresh].
6
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
7
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). Completed. is
displayed and the screen returns to the Service
Setting menu.
]
8
Altitude Adj. (Altitude adjustment setting)
This sets the altitude adjustment mode. If you are using the machine at an altitude of 1500 m or higher and print
quality has deteriorated, the Altitude Adjustment mode setting can be used to restore print quality.
Use the procedure below to set the altitude adjustment setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy
Denst.
Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Service Setting].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Service Setting: a b
1
Service Status
*********************
2 Network Status
3 Test Page
[ Exit
]
Altitude Adj.:
a b
1
*Normal
*********************
2 High 1
3 High 2
4
Press the OK key. The Service Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Altitude Adj.].
6
Press the OK key. Altitude Adj. appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Normal], [High 1]
or [High 2].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Service Setting menu.
MC (Main charger output setting)
This sets the output of the main charger. When print quality has deteriorated, the output of the main charger
can be changed to restore print quality.
NOTE: This menu only appears when the Altitude Adj. (Altitude adjustment setting) on page 8-137 is set to
[Normal].
Use the procedure below to set the main charger output setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy Denst. Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Service Setting].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Service Setting: a b
1
Service Status
*********************
2 Network Status
3 Test Page
[ Exit
]
MC:
a b
1 1
2 2
3 *3
*********************
4
Press the OK key. The Service Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [MC].
6
Press the OK key. MC appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [1] to [5].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Service Setting menu.
8
Mem.Diagnostics
Perform this function to check the machine memory.
Use the procedure below to set the Memory Diagnostics mode setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
< Edit Destination
=
Adjust/Maint.
*********************
[ Exit
]
Adjust/Maint.:
a b
1
Copy
Denst.
Adj.
*********************
2 Send/Box Density
3 Backgrnd Density
[ Exit
]
Service Setting: a b
1
Service Status
*********************
2 Network Status
3 Test Page
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
2
Press the OK key. The Adjust/Maint. menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Service Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Service Setting menu
appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Perform this function
to check the machine
memory.
[ Start
5
Press the  or  key to select [Mem.Diagnostics].
6
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
7
Press [Start] (the Left Select key). Turn the main
power switch off and on to run this function. is
displayed. Turn the main power switch off and on.
] [ Cancel ]
8-140
Default Setting (System Menu)
Date/Timer
Date/Timer settings include:
•
Date/Time …8-141
•
Date Format …8-143
•
Time Zone …8-144
•
Summer Time …8-145
•
Auto Panel Reset …8-146
•
Low Power Timer …8-149
•
Sleep Level (models except for Europe) …8-150
•
Sleep Timer …8-152
•
Auto Error Clear …8-153
•
Unusable Time …8-156
NOTE: If user login administration is enabled, you can only change the settings by logging in with
administrator privileges.
8
Date/Time
Set the date and time for the location where you use the machine. If you perform Send as E-mail, the date and
time set here will be displayed on the header.
CAUTION: Be sure to set Time Zone before the Date/Time setup.
Use the procedure below to set the date and time.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
8-141
Default Setting (System Menu)
3
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in.
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
Press the  or  key to select [Date Setting], and
press the OK key.
]
Date Setting:
a b
1
Date/Time
*********************
2 Date Format
3 Time Zone
[ Exit
]
Date/Time:
a b
Year Month
Day
*2009*
01
01
(Time Zone:Tokyo
)
4
The Date Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Date/Time].
6
Press the OK key. The screen to enter the date of
Date/Time appears.
7
Set the date.
Press the  or  key to move to the item (Year /
Month / Day) you want to enter.
Press the  or  key to set each item.
Date/Time:
a b
Hour
Min. Second
****11 :
45:
50
(Time Zone:Tokyo
)
8
Press the OK key. The screen to enter the time of
Date/Time appears.
9
Set the time.
Press the  or  key to move to the item (Hour /
Min. / Second) you want to enter.
Press the  or  key to set each item.
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Date Settings menu.
8-142
Default Setting (System Menu)
NOTE: If you try to change the date/time when a trial
application is running, the If you change Date/Time
setting, trial functions will be unavailable. Are you
sure? message is displayed. To change the date/time,
press [Yes] (the Left Select key).
Date Format
Select the display format of year, month, and date. The year is displayed in Western notation.
Use the procedure below to select the date format.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
Press the  or  key to select [Date Setting], and
press the OK key.
]
Date Setting:
a b
1
Date/Time
*********************
2 Date Format
3 Time Zone
[ Exit
]
4
The Date Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Date Format].
8-143
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Date Format:
a b
1
*Month/Day/Year
*********************
2 Day/Month/Year
3 Year/Month/Day
6
Press the OK key. Date Format appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Month/Day/Year],
[Day/Month/Year] or [Year/Month/Day].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Date Settings menu.
Time Zone
Set the time difference in the location you are from GMT.
Use the procedure below to set the time difference.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Date Setting], and
press the OK key.
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Menu
] [ Login
]
Date Setting:
a b
1
Date/Time
*********************
2 Date Format
3 Time Zone
[ Exit
]
4
8-144
The Date Settings menu appears.
Default Setting (System Menu)
Time Zone:
a b
1
-12:00 Internati
*********************
2 -11:00 UTC-11
3 -10:00 Hawaii
5
Press the  or  key to select [Time Zone].
6
Press the OK key. Time Zone appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select your location.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Date Settings menu.
NOTE: If you select a region that does not utilize
summer time, the summer time setting screen will not
appear.
Summer Time
Set whether or not to apply summer time to the display of the date.
Use the procedure below to set Summer Time.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Date Setting], and
press the OK key.
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Menu
] [ Login
]
8-145
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Date Setting:
a b
2
Date Format
*********************
3 Time Zone
4 Summer Time
[ Exit
]
Summer Time:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
4
The Date Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Summer Time].
6
Press the OK key. Summer Time appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Date Settings menu.
Auto Panel Reset
If no jobs are run for a certain period of time, automatically reset settings and return to the default setting.
NOTE: Refer to page 8-30 for the default settings.
Auto Panel Reset ON/OFF
Select to use Auto Panel Reset or not.
Use the procedure below to specify the auto panel reset setting. The default setting is On.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting], and
press the OK key.
8-146
Default Setting (System Menu)
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Timer Setting:
a b
1
Auto
Panel
Reset
*********************
2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
Auto Panel Reset: a b
1 Off
2 *On
*********************
4
The Timer Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Auto Panel Reset].
6
Press the OK key. Auto Panel Reset appears.
8
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Timer Settings menu.
Panel Reset Timer
If you select [On] for Auto Panel Reset, set the amount of time to wait before Auto Panel Reset. Options are
between 5 and 495 seconds (every five seconds). The default setting is 90 seconds.
NOTE: If you select [Off] for Auto Panel Reset, the time display does not appear.
Use the procedure below to set the reset time.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-147
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting], and
press the OK key.
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Timer Setting:
a b
1
Auto Panel Reset
*********************
2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
PanelReset Timer:D b
(5 - 495)
******90*sec.
4
The Timer Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Panel Reset
Timer].
6
Press the OK key. Panel Reset Timer appears.
7
Press the  or  key to set the Panel Reset Timer.
Set the amount of time before resetting the
message display on the panel in seconds. You
cannot use the numeric keys to enter this value.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Timer Settings menu.
8-148
Default Setting (System Menu)
Low Power Timer
The time until the machine enters low power mode can be set. The range that can be set is as follows.
Value
For Europe
30 ppm model: 1 to 60 minutes (1minute increments)
35 ppm model: 1 to 120 minutes (1minute increments)
Except for Europe
1 to 240 minutes (1minute increments)
Use the procedure below to set the Low Power Timer. The default setting is 1 minute.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting], and
press the OK key.
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Timer Setting:
a b
1
Auto Panel Reset
*********************
2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
4
The Timer Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Low Power Timer].
8-149
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Low Power Timer: M b
(1 - 240)
*******1*min.
6
Press the OK key. Low Power Timer appears.
7
Press the  or  key to set the Low Power Timer.
Set the amount of time before entering the Low
Power state in minutes. You cannot use the
numeric keys to enter this value.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Timer Settings menu.
Sleep Level (models except for Europe)
Detailed settings can be selected for sleep mode. Detailed settings for sleep mode are called Energy Saver
mode. When a function is set in Energy Saver mode and the function sends data to the machine, the machine
does not execute the function. When Quick Recovery is specified, the machine wakes from sleep mode when
any kind of data is received.
Example: When print data is sent from a PC connected by Network
Quick Recovery
Energy Saver
When the machine receives print data, it wakes from sleep mode and starts
printing.
The machine does not wake from sleep mode when it receives print data and
printing does not take place.
Use the procedure below to specify the Sleep Level.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting], and
press the OK key.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Timer Setting:
a b
1
Auto
Panel
Reset
*********************
2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
Sleep level:
a b
1
Quick Recovery
*********************
2 Energy Saver
4
The Timer Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Sleep Level].
6
Press the OK key. Sleep Level appears.
8
Energy Saver:
a b
1
Network
*********************
2 Card Reader
3 FAX
Network:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
*********************
7
Press the  or  key to select [Quick Recovery]
or [Energy Saver].
8
Select [Quick Recovery] and press the OK key.
Completed. appears and you return to the timer
settings menu.
Select [Energy Saver] and press the OK key. The
detailed settings screen of Energy Saver mode
appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select the desired
function for energy saver.
10 Press the OK key. The setting screen of each item
appears.
11 Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On] for the
energy saver. When [On] is set for a function and
that function sends data to the machine when the
machine is in Energy Saver mode, the machine will
not execute the function.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
12 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Energy Saver mode.
Sleep Timer
Set the amount of time to wait before Auto Sleep.
Value
For Europe
1 to 60 minutes (1minute increments)
Except for Europe
1 to 240 minutes (1minute increments)
Use the procedure below to set the Auto Sleep time. The default setting is 1 minute.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting], and
press the OK key.
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Timer Setting:
a b
1
Auto Panel Reset
*********************
2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
4
The Timer Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Sleep Timer].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Sleep Timer:
D b
(1 - 240)
******15*min.
6
Press the OK key. Sleep Timer appears.
7
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to set
the Sleep Timer. Set the amount of time before
entering the sleep state in minutes.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Timer Settings menu.
Auto Error Clear
If an error occurs during printing, the print job stops to wait for the next step to be taken by the user. In the Auto
Error Clear mode, automatically clear the error after a set amount of time elapses.
The following errors are automatically cleared.
Cannot duplex print on this paper.
8
Send error.
Cannot connect to Authentication Server.
Incorrect account ID. Job is canceled.
Job Accounting restriction exceeded. Cannot print.
Job Accounting restriction exceeded. Cannot scan.
Job not stored. Press [OK].
Job Accounting restriction exceeded. Job is canceled.
Sub address/Polling box limit exceeded. Job is canceled.
Memory is full. Print job cannot be processed completely.
Maximum Number of scanned pages. Job is canceled.
Print overrun.
KPDL error.
USB memory error. Job is canceled.
No multi copies. Press [OK].
Auto Error Clear ON/OFF
Select whether to use Auto Error Clear or not.
Use the procedure below to specify the auto error clear setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
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In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
Default Setting (System Menu)
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting], and
press the OK key.
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
Timer Setting:
a b
1
Auto Panel Reset
*********************
2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
Auto Err. Clear: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
4
The Timer Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Auto Err. Clear].
6
Press the OK key. Auto Err. Clear appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Timer Settings menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Error Clear Timer
If you select [On] for Auto Error Clear, set the amount of time to wait before automatically clearing errors.
Options are between 5 and 495 seconds (every five seconds). The default setting is 30 seconds.
If you set 0 as the time, errors are not displayed.
NOTE: If you select [Off] for Auto Error Clear, the time display does not appear.
Use the procedure below to set the automatic error clear delay.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
8
3
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting], and
press the OK key.
]
Timer Setting:
a b
1
Auto Panel Reset
*********************
2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
4
The Timer Settings menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Err. Clear Timer].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Err. Clear Timer: * b
(5 - 495)
******30*sec.
6
Press the OK key. Err. Clear Timer appears.
7
Press the  or  key to set the Error Clear Timer.
Set the amount of time before clearing errors in
seconds. You cannot use the numeric keys to enter
this value.
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Timer Settings menu.
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Common Settings].
2
Press the OK key. The Common Settings menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting], and
press the OK key.
Unusable Time
You can specify the prohibition period to use.
Use the procedure below to set the Unusable Time.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4 User/Job Account
5 User Property
6
Common Settings
*********************
[ Exit
]
Common Settings: a b
1
Language
*********************
2 Default Screen
3 Sound
[ Exit
]
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
]
Timer Setting:
a b
1
Auto Panel Reset
*********************
2 PanelReset Timer
3 Low Power Timer
[ Exit
]
4
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The Timer Settings menu appears.
Default Setting (System Menu)
Unusable Time:
a b
1 Off
2
*On
*********************
[
Exit
5
Press the  or  key to select [Unusable Time].
6
Press the OK key. Unusable Time appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [On].
8
Press the OK key. Start Time appears.
9
Press the  or  key to set the Start Time.
]
Start Time:
a b
Hour
Min.
***11*: 45
(Current Time 11:45)
End Time:
a b
Hour
Min.
***07*: 00
(Current Time 11:45)
10 Press the OK key. End Time appears.
11 Press the  or  keyto set the End Time.
Unlock Code:
a b
(0000 - 9999)
******0000***
12 Press the OK key. Unlock Code appears.
13 Press the  or  key or numeric keys to set the
unlock code.
14 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Timer Settings menu.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Editing Destination (Address Book/Adding One-Touch Keys)
Save frequently used destinations to Address Book or One-touch keys. The saved destinations can be
changed. The destinations are available for Send as E-mail, Send to Folder, and Fax Transmission.
Adding an Individual Destination
A maximum of 200 individual addresses can be registered. Each address can include the information such as
destination name, E-mail address, FTP server folder path, computer folder path, and FAX No..
NOTE:
•
If user login administration is enabled, you can only edit destinations in the Address Book by logging in with
administrator privileges.
•
Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Use the procedure below to register a new individual contact.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
<
Edit Destination
*********************
= Adjust/Maint.
[ Exit
]
Edit Destination:a b
1
Addressbook
*********************
2 Print List
[
Exit
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Edit Destination].
2
Press the OK key. The Edit Destination menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book].
4
Press the OK key. The Address Book list screen
appears.
5
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key). Menu
appears.
]
Addressbook:
a b
k
Design
*********************
l Fiala
l Maury
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1
Detail
Edit
*********************
2 Delete
3 Add Address
4 Search(Name)
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Add Address:
a b
1
Contact
*********************
2 Group
Detail:
Contact Name
Sally
[
C b
1/6
Edit
]
6
Press the  or  key to select [Add Address].
7
Press the OK key. Add Address appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Contact].
9
Press the OK key. This displays the screen for
editing destinations.
NOTE: If the maximum number of destinations has
already been registered, the screen will display
Registered numbers exceeded. and return to the
Address Book.
10 Enter each item and then press the OK key.
Registered. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Address Book list screen.
Refer to the descriptions below for how to enter
each item.
Entering Contact Name
Detail:
Contact Name
Sally
[
Contact Name:
Sally*
S
[
C b
1/6
Edit
Press the  or  key to select [Contact Name].
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). An entry
screen appears.
3
Enter the contact name.
]
A b
ABC
Text
1
]
If creating a new contact name, the address
number allocated to the destination is already
entered.
4
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Press the OK key. The contact name is registered.
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Entering E-mail Address
Detail:
C b
p E-mail Address: 3/6
t_maury@kyoceradocu.N
[
Edit
Address Entry:
*
[
Press the  or  key to display E-mail Address.
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). An entry
screen appears.
3
Enter the e-mail address.
]
B b
ABC
Text
1
]
NOTE: Destination can be specified using the
Address Book or the One-touch keys. Refer to
Specifying Destination on page 3-41.
4
Press the OK key. The e-mail address is
registered.
Entering Folder (SMB/FTP) Address
Folder (SMB) Address
The table below explains the items to be entered.
Item
Description
Max. No. of Characters
Host Name*
Host name or IP address of the
sending computer
64 chars
Path
Share name
For example: scannerdata
If saving in a folder in the
shared folder:
"share name\folder name in
shared folder"
128 chars
Login User Name
User name for folder access
For example,
abcdnet\james.smith
64 chars
Login Password
Password for folder access
64 chars
*
If you specify a port number other than the default (445), use the "Host name:
port number" format. (E.g. SMBhostname: 140)
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Folder (FTP) Address
The table below explains the items to be entered.
Item
Description
Max. No. of Characters
Host Name*
Host name or IP address of the
sending computer
64 chars
Path
Path for the file to be stored
For example, "User\ScanData".
If no path is entered, the file is
stored in the home directory.
128 chars
Login User Name
User name for folder access
64 chars
Login Password
Password for folder access
64 chars
Encryption
If secure communication is On,
encryption method can be
selected from Auto, DES, 3DES
and AES.
-
*
If you specify a port number other than the default (21), use the "Hostname: port
number" format. (E.g. FTPhostname: 140)
Detail:
Folder(SMB):
Ntid7004
[
Edit
Host Name(SMB):
Osaka SD*
[
C b
4/6
Press the  or  key to display Folder(SMB) or
Folder(FTP).
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). An entry
screen appears.
3
Enter the host name.
]
A b
ABC
Text
1
]
or
Host Name(FTP):
Osaka SD*
A b
ABC
[ Text
]
NOTE: Destination can be specified using the
Address Book or the One-touch keys. Refer to
Specifying Destination on page 3-41.
Enclose the IPv6 address in brackets [ ].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
A b
Path:
SD3\report*
ABC
[ Text
Login Password:
OOOOOOOOOOO*
[
Yes
] [
No
Enter the path name.
6
Press the OK key. Login User Name appears.
7
Enter the Login User Name.
8
Press the OK key. Login Password appears.
9
Enter the Login Password.
]
Check the connection.
Are you sure?
[
5
]
A b
ABC
Text
Press the OK key. Path appears.
]
Login User Name: A b
Maury*
S
ABC
[ Text
4
10 Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
]
NOTE: If the screen for confirming the entry of a new
destination (page 8-77) is set to [On], screens to
confirm the entered host name and path name appear.
Enter the same host name and path name again and
press the OK key on their respective screens.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Dest. Confirm.: a b
p Morgan@kyoceradocuN
0667640000*********
0667741234
[ Exit
]
11 Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This makes a
connection with the entered destination.
If the connection is successful, Connected. is
displayed on the screen. Press [OK] (the Right
Select key). Completed. is displayed and the
folder (SMB/FTP) address is registered.
If the connection failed, Cannot connect. is
displayed. Press [OK] (the Right Select key). The
screen shown in step 2 reappears. Check and reenter the destination.
Address Number
Address Number is an ID for a destination. When creating a new destination, the smallest unused address
number is automatically allocated. You can select any available number out of 200 numbers for individuals and
50 numbers for groups.
Detail:
Address Number:
053
[
C b
7/7
Edit
1
Press the  or  key to display Address Number.
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). An entry
screen appears.
3
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to enter
the address number.
4
Press the OK key. The address number is
registered.
]
Address Number: D b
(001 - 250)
*****053*
NOTE: If you enter an address number that is already
registered, the screen will display This address
number is already registered. and return to the screen
of step 2.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Adding a Group
Compile two or more individuals into a group. Designations in the group can be added at the same time. When
adding a group, a maximum of 50 groups can be added in the Address Book.
NOTE: If user login administration is enabled, you can only edit destinations in the Address Book by logging
in with administrator privileges.
Before adding a group in the Address Book, the individuals to be included in the group must be added first.Up
to 100 destinations can be added as the addresses. Among them, 5 destinations can be assigned for a FTP or
SMB address. The available addresses will then be 95 in total for email and/or fax addresses.
Use the procedure below to register a group.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
<
Edit Destination
*********************
= Adjust/Maint.
[ Exit
]
Edit Destination:a b
1
Addressbook
*********************
2 Print List
[
Exit
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Edit Destination].
2
Press the OK key. The Edit Destination menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book].
4
Press the OK key. The Address Book list screen
appears.
5
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key). Menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Add Address].
]
Addressbook:
a b
k
Design
*********************
l Fiala
l Maury
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2 Delete
3 Add Address
*********************
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Add Address:
a b
1 Contact
2 Group
*********************
Detail:
Group Name:
GUI Section
[
C b
1/4
Edit
]
7
Press the OK key. Add Address appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Group].
9
Press the OK key. This displays the screen for
editing groups.
NOTE: If the maximum number of groups has already
been registered, the screen will display Registered
numbers exceeded. and return to the Address Book.
10 Enter each item and then press the OK key.
Registered. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Address Book list screen.
Refer to the descriptions below for how to enter
each item.
Entering Group Name
Detail:
Group Name:
GUI Section
[
Group Name:
GUI*
S
[
C b
1/4
Edit
Press the  or  key to display Group Name.
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). An entry
screen appears.
3
Enter the group name.
]
A b
ABC
Text
1
]
If creating a new group name, the address number
allocated to the destination is already entered.
4
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Press the OK key. The group name is registered.
8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Entering Group Member
Detail:
Group Member:
30
[
C b
2/4
Edit
1
Press the  or  key to display Group Member.
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). This displays
the list of destinations registered to the group.
3
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key). The group
editing menu appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Add Member].
5
Press the OK key. This displays the list of
destinations registered in the Address Book.
]
Group Member:
a b
p
Sally
*********************
Morgan
G Morgan
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail
2 Delete
3 Add Member
*********************
Contacts:
a b
l
Fiala
*********************
l Maury
l Morgan
[ Menu
]
l Sally:
a b
0667643277
p sally@kyoceradocu.N
Ntid7004
[ Menu
]
NOTE: If 100 members have already been registered
in the group, the screen will display Registered
numbers exceeded. and return to the Group Member.
6
Press the  or  key to select the destination you
want to add to the group.
7
Press the OK key. This displays the sending
address registered to the selected destination.
8
Press the  or  key to select the sending
address.
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the Back key to retuen to the Detail.
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11 Use the  or  key to check if the group was set
correctly.
12 Press the OK key. The group is added to the
Address Book.
NOTE: If you select an individual destination that has
already been registered to the group, the screen will
display This address is already registered. and return
to the screen of step 7.
Deleting member from group
To delete a member registered to the group, follow the procedure below.
Group Member:
a b
p
Sally
*********************
Morgan
Morgan
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail
2
Delete
*********************
3 Add Member
Delete.
Are you sure?
z p Sally
[
Yes
] [
No
1
While Group Member is displayed, press [Edit] (the
Right Select key). This displays the list of
destinations registered to the group.
2
Press the  or  key to select the destination you
want to delete.
3
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key). The group
editing menu appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
5
Press the OK key. A confirmation message
appears.
6
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). Completed. is
displayed and the screen returns to Group
Member.
]
Entering Address Number
Address Number is an ID for a destination. When creating a new destination, the smallest unused address
number is automatically allocated. You can select any available number out of 200 numbers for individuals and
50 numbers for groups.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Detail:
Address Number:
019
[
C b
4/4
Edit
1
Press the  or  key to display Address Number.
2
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key). An entry
screen appears.
3
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to enter
the address number.
4
Press the OK key. The address number is
registered.
]
Address Number: D b
(001 - 250)
*****053*
NOTE: If you enter an address number that is already
registered, the screen will display This address
number is already registered. and return to the screen
of step 2.
Editing a Destination
Edit/delete the destinations (individuals) you added to the Address Book.
Use the procedure below to edit a destination.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
; Document Box
<
Edit Destination
*********************
= Adjust/Maint.
[ Exit
]
Edit Destination:a b
1
Addressbook
*********************
2 Print List
[
Exit
1
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [Edit Destination].
2
Press the OK key. The Edit Destination menu
appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book].
]
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Addressbook:
a b
k
Design
*********************
l Fiala
l Maury
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1
Detail Rdit
*********************
2 Delete
3 Add Address
4 Search(Name)
A b
1/7
Detail:
Contact name
Sally
[
Edit
4
Press the OK key. The Address Book list screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select the destination you
want to edit.
6
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key). Menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Detail/Edit].
8
Press the OK key. This displays the screen for
editing the selected destination.
The screen shown is the one when an individual's
destination is selected.
]
9
Edit items as necessary.
For how to edit each item, refer to Adding an
Individual Destination on page 8-158 and Adding a
Group on page 8-164.
10 After completing editing, press the OK key. A
Overwrite.
Are you sure?
z p Sally
[
Yes
] [
confirmation screen appears.
No
]
11 Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). Registered. is
displayed and the screen returns to the Address
Book list screen.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Adding a Destination on One-touch Key
This machine has 11 one-touch keys and you can register 2 destinations to each of them.
The one-touch keys are arranged as shown below:
No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
No.12
No.13
No.14
No.15
No.5
No.6
No.7
No.8
No.16
No.17
No.18
No.19
No.9
No.10
No.11
No.20
No.21
No.22
SHIFT
NOTE: Refer to One-Touch Key on page 3-3 for how to use them.
Registering new destination
Use the procedure below to register a new destination under a One-touch key.
Select Key No.: a b
1
No. 1
*********************
2 No. 12
[
Exit
1
The screen shown is the one when No.1/No.12 is
pressed and held.
]
Addressbook:
a b
k
Design
*********************
l Fiala
l Maury
[ Menu
]
In the basic screen, press the one-touch key to
which you want to register the destination and hold
it (2 seconds or longer). Select Key Set. appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select the key number to
which you want to register the destination.
3
Press the OK key. The Address Book list screen
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select the destination you
want to register.
NOTE: If you want to search from the Address Book,
refer to Search in Address Book on page 3-42.
5
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Press the OK key. The selected destination is
registered to the one-touch key. Registered. is
displayed and the screen returns to the basic
screen.
Default Setting (System Menu)
Editing One-touch Key
Edit/delete the destinations you added to One-touch Key.
Use the procedure below to edit the one-touch key.
Select Key No.: a b
1
No. 1
*********************
2 No. 12
[
Exit
1
The screen shown is the one when No.1/No.12 is
pressed and held.
]
Key Edit:
a b
1
Edit
*********************
2 Detail
3 Delete
[ Exit
]
In the basic screen, press the one-touch key where
you want to edit the destination and hold it (2
seconds or longer). Select Key Set. appears.
2
Press the  or  key to select the key number
where you want to edit the destination.
3
Press the OK key. The Key Edit appears.
NOTE: If nothing is stored in a one-touch key, the key
edit screen will not appear; the address book screen
will appear instead. Go to step 6.
8
4
Press the  or  key to select [Edit].
NOTE: If you select [Delete] here and press the OK
key, you can delete the registration of the destination.
If you press [Yes] (the Left Select key) in the screen
that appears, Completed. is displayed and the
registration of the destination is deleted.
Addressbook:
a b
k
Design
*********************
l Fiala
l Maury
[ Menu
]
5
Press the OK key. The Address Book list screen
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the destination you
want to newly register.
NOTE: If you want to search from the Address Book,
refer to Search in Address Book on page 3-42.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Overwrite.
Are you sure?
z No. 1
[
Yes
] [
No
7
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
8
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The selected
destination is registered to the one-touch key,
overwriting the previous one. Registered. is
displayed and the screen returns to the basic
screen.
]
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Restarting the System
Restart the machine without turning the main power switch off. Use this to deal with any unstable operation by
the machine. (Same as the computer restart.)
Use the procedure below to restart the system.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
System/Network: a b
5 Security Level
6
Restart
*********************
7 Op Functions
[ Exit
]
Restart.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Restart].
4
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
5
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The machine is
restarted.
]
If you press [No] (the Right Select key), the
machine does not restart and the screen returns to
the System menu.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Network Setup
The following network settings are available.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
LAN Interface Setup …8-174
TCP/IP (IPv4) Setup …8-175
TCP/IP (IPv6) Setup …8-175
Bonjour Settings …8-177
WSD Scan Setup …8-178
WSD Print Setup …8-179
Protocol Detail …8-181
Restart Network …8-184
NOTE: After all network related settings have been done, turn the machine OFF and ON again. This is
mandatory to make the settings effective!
LAN Interface Setup
Specify the settings for the LAN interface to be used. The default setting is Auto.
Use the procedure below to select the interface.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
4
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
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Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
Default Setting (System Menu)
LAN Interface:
a b
1
*Auto
*********************
2 10Base-Half
3 10Base-Full
5
Press the  or  key to select [LAN Interface].
6
Press the OK key. LAN Interface appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select the desired LAN
interface.
The available LAN interfaces are as follows:
Auto
10Base-Half
10Base-Full
100Base-Half
100Base-Full
1000Base-T
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Network Setting menu.
TCP/IP (IPv4) Setup
Set up TCP/IP to connect to the Windows network.
Refer to Network Setup (LAN Cable Connection) on page 2-15 about the procedures.
TCP/IP (IPv6) Setup
Set up TCP/IP (IPv6) to connect to the network. The default setting is Off.
Use the procedure below to setup the TCP/IP (IPv6) setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
*********************
2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
IPv6 Setting:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
[
Exit
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP Settings].
6
Press the OK key. The TCP/IP Settings menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [IPv6 Setting].
8
Press the OK key. IPv6 Setting appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
]
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the TCP/IP Settings menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Bonjour Settings
Select whether or not to use Bonjour. The default setting is On.
Use the procedure below to specify the Bonjour setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
*********************
2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP Settings].
6
Press the OK key. The TCP/IP Settings menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
TCP/IP:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
8
Press the OK key. TCP/IP appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the TCP/IP Settings menu.
10 Press the  or  key to select [Bonjour].
Bonjour:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
*********************
11 Press the OK key. Bonjour appears.
12 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off] and
then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the TCP/IP Settings menu.
WSD Scan Setup
Select whether or not to use WSD Scan. The default setting is On.
Use the procedure below to setup the WSD-SCAN setting. The machine must be restarted after the setting is
changed.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
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Default Setting (System Menu)
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
WSD-SCAN:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [WSD-SCAN].
6
Press the OK key. The WSD-SCAN menu
appears.
8
7
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Network Settings menu.
WSD Print Setup
Select whether or not to use WSD Print. The default setting is On.
Use the procedure below to setup the WSD-PRINT setting. The machine must be restarted after the setting is
changed.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8-179
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
Default Setting (System Menu)
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
WSD-PRINT:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [WSD-PRINT].
6
Press the OK key. The WSD-PRINT menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Network Settings menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Protocol Detail
Make other network related settings.
Item
Description
Default Setting
Restarting the
System*
NetBEUI
Selects whether or not to
receive documents using
NetBEUI.
On

SNMPv3
Set SNMPv3.
Off

FTP (Server)
Select whether or not to
receive documents using
FTP.
On

FTP (Client)
Select whether or not to
send documents using FTP,
and the number of the port
to be used.
On
Port number: 21
×
SMB
Select whether or not to
send documents using
SMB, and the number of the
port to be used.
On
Port number: 139

SNMP
Select whether or not to
communicate using SNMP.
On

SMTP
(E-mail TX)
Select whether or not to
send e-mail using SMTP.
Off
×
POP3
(E-mail RX)
Select whether or not to
receive e-mail using POP3.
Off
×
Raw Port
Select whether or not to
communicate using Raw
Port.
On

LPD
Select whether or not to
receive documents using
LPD as the network
protocol.
On

IPP
Select whether or not to use
IPP, and the number of the
port to be used.
Off
Port number: 631

IPP over SSL
Select whether or not to use
IPP over SSL.
SSL must be set to [On] in
SSL Setting on page 8-185.
On

HTTP
Select whether or not to
communicate using HTTP.
On

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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Item
Description
Default Setting
Restarting the
System*
HTTPS
Select whether or not to
communicate using HTTPS.
SSL must be set to [On] in
SSL Setting on page 8-185.
On

LDAP
Select whether or not to use
LDAP.
Off
×
ThinPrint
Select whether or not to use
ThinPrint.
On

ThinPrintOverSSL
Select whether or not to use
ThinPrintOverSSL.
SSL must be set to [On] in
SSL Setting on page 8-185.
On

*
: The machine must be restarted after the setting is changed.
×: The machine does not need to be restarted after the setting is changed.
Use the procedure below.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP Settings: a b
3 IPv6 Setting
4 Bonjour
5
Protocol Detail
*********************
[ Exit
]
Protocol Detail: a b
1
NetBEUI
*********************
2 SNMPv3
3 FTP(Server)
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP Settings].
6
Press the OK key. The TCP/IP Settings menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Protocol Detail].
8
Press the OK key. The Protocol Detail menu
appears.
8
9
FTP(Client):
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
Press the  or  key to select the item for which
you want to make settings.
10 Press the OK key. This displays the setting screen
for the item selected in step 9.
The screen shown is the one when [FTP(Client)] is
selected.
11 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
Port Number:
If you select [On] for each of [FTP(Client)] and
[IPP] and press the OK key, a port number entry
screen appears.
D b
(1 - 65535)
*******21*
Press the  or  key or the numeric keys to set
the port number.
12 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Protocol Detail menu.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Restart Network
After all network related settings have been done, restart the network card of the device. This is mandatory to
make the settings effective.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
Restart.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
No
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Restart Network].
6
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
7
Press [Yes]. (the Left Select key). The message
Restarting... appears and the network is restarted.
]
Pressing [No] (the Right Select key) returns to the
Network Settings menu without restarting the
network.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Network Security
The network security functions can be set up to protect printer operation and the print data.
The following network security settings are available.
•
SSL Setting …8-185
•
SNMPv3 Setting …8-193
•
IPSec Setting …8-194
SSL Setting
This allows you to use SSL network security for communication. You can use SSL Setup to select whether or
not SSL is used and to specify the IPP port and HTTP port security settings.
SSL
Make this setting Make this setting when you use SSL. The default setting is On.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Network Setting: a b
5
Secure Protocol
*********************
6 Host Name
7 LAN Interface
[ Exit
]
Secure Protocol: a b
1
SSL
*********************
2 IPP Security
3 HTTP Security
[ Exit
]
SSL:
a b
1 Off
2 *On
*********************
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Secure Protocol].
6
Press the OK key. Secure Protocol appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [SSL].
8
Press the OK key. SSL appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Secure Protocol menu.
IPP Security
Specify the protocol to be used for IPP. The default setting is IPP/IPP over SSL.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
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Default Setting (System Menu)
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
5
Secure Protocol
*********************
6 Host Name
7 LAN Interface
[ Exit
]
Secure Protocol: a b
1 SSL
2
IPP Security
*********************
3 HTTP Security
[ Exit
]
IPP Security:
a b
1
*IPP/IPP
over
SSL
*********************
2 IPPoverSSL only
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Secure Protocol].
6
Press the OK key. Secure Protocol appears.
8
7
Press the  or  key to select [IPP Security].
8
Press the OK key. IPP Security appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [IPP/IPP over SSL]
or [IPPoverSSL only].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Secure Protocol menu.
HTTP Security
Specify the protocol to be used for HTTP. The default setting is HTTPS only.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
5
Secure Protocol
*********************
6 Host Name
7 LAN Interface
[ Exit
]
Secure Protocol: a b
1 SSL
2 IPP Security
3
HTTP Security
*********************
[ Exit
]
HTTP Security:
a b
1 HTTP/HTTPS
2
*HTTPS only
*********************
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Secure Protocol].
6
Press the OK key. Secure Protocol appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [HTTP Security].
8
Press the OK key. HTTP Security appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
9
Press the  or  key to select [HTTP/HTTPS] or
[HTTPS only].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Secure Protocol menu.
LDAP Security
Select the communication protocol according to the type of security employed by the LDAP server. The default
setting is Off.
The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Off
Do not use security employed by the LDAP server.
SSL/TLS
Encryption is applied any data communication. To enable LDAP security, the
LDAP port may have to be changed according to the server settings.
Typically, 636* for SSL/TLS is well-known LDAP port.
STARTTLS
Encryption is applied any data communication. Typically, 389* for
STARTTLS is well-known LDAP port.
* You can change the port number using Command Center RX.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Network Setting: a b
5
Secure Protocol
*********************
6 Host Name
7 LAN Interface
[ Exit
]
Secure Protocol: a b
2 IPP Security
3 HTTP Security
4
LDAP Security
*********************
[ Exit
]
LDAP Security:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 SSL/TLS
3 STARTTLS
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Secure Protocol].
6
Press the OK key. Secure Protocol appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [LDAP Security].
8
Press the OK key. LDAP Security appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [SSL/TLS] or
[STARTTLS].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Secure Protocol menu.
SMTP Security
Select the communication protocol according to the type of security employed by the SMTP server. The default
setting is Off.
The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Off
Do not use security employed by the SMTP server.
SSL/TLS
Encryption is applied any data communication. To enable SMTP security, the
SMTP port may have to be changed according to the server settings.
Typically, 465* for SSL/TLS is well-known SMTP port.
STARTTLS
Encryption is applied any data communication. Typically, 25* or 587* for
STARTTLS is well-known SMTP port.
* You can change the port number using Command Center RX.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
Secure Protocol: a b
3 HTTP Security
4 LDAP Security
5
SMTP Security
*********************
[ Exit
]
SMTP Security:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 SSL/TLS
3 STARTTLS
2
The System/Network menu appears.
8
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Secure Protocol].
6
Press the OK key. Secure Protocol appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [SMTP Security].
8
Press the OK key. SMTP Security appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
9
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [SSL/TLS] or
[STARTTLS].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Secure Protocol menu.
POP3 Security 1 (2, 3)
Select the communication protocol according to the type of security employed by the POP3 server. The default
setting is Off.
The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Off
Do not use security employed by the POP3 server.
SSL/TLS
Encryption is applied any data communication. To enable POP3 security, the
POP3 port may have to be changed according to the server settings.
Typically, 995* for SSL/TLS is well-known POP3 port.
STARTTLS
Encryption is applied any data communication. Typically, 110* for STARTTLS
is well-known POP3 port.
* You can change the port number using Command Center RX.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Network Setting: a b
1
*TCP/IP Setting
*********************
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
[ Exit
]
Secure Protocol: a b
4 LDAP Security
5 SMTP Security
6
POP3 Security 1
*********************
[ Exit
]
POP3 Security 1: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 SSL/TLS
3 STARTTLS
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Secure Protocol].
6
Press the OK key. Secure Protocol appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [POP3 Security 1],
[POP3 Security 2] or [POP3 Security 3].
8
Press the OK key. POP3 Security appears.
8
9
Press the  or  key to select [Off], [SSL/TLS] or
[STARTTLS].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Secure Protocol menu.
SNMPv3 Setting
Sets up SNMPv3. The default setting is Off. Use the procedure below.
Refer to Protocol Detail on page 8-181 about the procedures.
8-193
Default Setting (System Menu)
IPSec Setting
Make this setting when you use IPSec. The default setting is Off and that of Rule Setting is also Off.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Network Setting: a b
2 WSD-SCAN
3 WSD-PRINT
4
IPSec
*********************
[ Exit
]
IPSec:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Network Setting].
4
Press the OK key. The Network Setting menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [IPSec].
6
Press the OK key. IPSec appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
7
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
If you select [On] and press the OK key, Rule
Setting appears. Press the  or  key to select
[On] or [Off].
Rule Setting:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Network Setting menu.
8
8-195
Default Setting (System Menu)
Optional Network
This selects the settings for the optional network interface kit (IB-50) or wireless network interface kit (IB-51).
NOTE: This is only displayed when a network interface kit (IB-50) or wireless network interface kit (IB-51) is
installed as an option.
Check with your network administrator when selecting the network setting. After all network related settings
have been done, restart the network. Refer to Restart Network on page 8-206. This is mandatory to make the
settings effective!
When Command Center RX is used, network parameters and security settings can be conveniently changed
and checked from your PC. For more information, refer to the Command Center RX User Guide
TCP/IP Settings
This selects the TCP/IP settings.
The options available in the TCP/IP Settings are as follows:
•
TCP/IP …8-197
•
IPv4 Setting …8-197
•
IPv6 Setting …8-197
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Network].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Optional Network:a b
1
Basic
*********************
[
Exit
4
Press the OK key. The Optional Network screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Basic].
6
Press the OK key. The Basic menu screen
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [TCP/IP Settings].
8
Press the OK key. The TCP/IP Settings menu
screen appears.
]
Basic:
a b
1
Host
Name
*********************
2 TCP/IP Settings
3 Bonjour
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP Settings: a b
1
TCP/IP
*********************
2 IPv4 Setting
3 IPv6 Setting
[ Exit
]
TCP/IP
This specified whether TCP/IP is used.
The method for setting is the same as for the standard Network settings. For details, refer to TCP/IP (IPv4)
Setup on page 8-175.
IPv4 Setting
This selects the settings for TCP/IP (IPv4). The method for setting is the same as for the standard Network
settings. For details, refer to TCP/IP (IPv4) Setup on page 8-175.
IPv6 Setting
This selects the settings for TCP/IP (IPv6). The method for setting is the same as for the standard Network
settings. For details, refer to TCP/IP (IPv6) Setup on page 8-175.
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Bonjour Settings
Select whether or not to use Bonjour. The default setting is Off.
Use the procedure below to specify the Bonjour setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Optional Network:a b
1
Basic
*********************
[
Exit
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Network].
4
Press the OK key. The Optional Network screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Basic].
6
Press the OK key. The Basic menu screen
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Bonjour].
]
Basic:
a b
1
Host Name
*********************
2 TCP/IP Settings
3 Bonjour
[ Exit
]
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Bonjour:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
8
Press the OK key. Bonjour appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off] and
then press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Basic menu.
IPSec
Make this setting when you use IPSec. The default setting is Off.
Use the procedure below to make the setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Network].
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8
Default Setting (System Menu)
Optional Network:a b
1
Basic
*********************
[
Exit
4
Press the OK key. The Optional Network screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Basic].
6
Press the OK key. The Basic menu screen
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [IPSec].
8
Press the OK key. The IPSec screen appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Off] or [On].
]
Basic:
a b
1
Host Name
*********************
2 TCP/IP Settings
3 Bonjour
[ Exit
]
IPSec:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Basic menu.
NetWare Setup
Make this setting when you use NetWare. The default settings is "Off".
Use the procedure below to setup the NetWare setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
8-200
Default Setting (System Menu)
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Optional Network:a b
1
Basic
*********************
[
Exit
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Network].
4
Press the OK key. The Optional Network screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Basic].
6
Press the OK key. The Basic menu screen
appears.
]
Basic:
a b
1
Host Name
*********************
2 TCP/IP Settings
3 Bonjour
[ Exit
]
NetWare:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
8
7
Press the  or  key to select [NetWare].
8
Press the OK key. NetWare appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Basic menu.
8-201
Default Setting (System Menu)
AppleTalk Setup
Make this setting when you use AppleTalk. The default setting is Off.
Use the procedure below to setup the AppleTalk setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
Optional Network:a b
1
Basic
*********************
Exit
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
2
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
3
The System/Network menu appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Network].
5
Press the OK key. The Optional Network screen
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Basic].
7
Press the  or  key to select [AppleTalk].
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
[
1
]
Basic:
a b
1
Host Name
*********************
2 TCP/IP Settings
3 Bonjour
[ Exit
]
8-202
Default Setting (System Menu)
AppleTalk:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
8
Press the OK key. AppleTalk appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Basic menu.
LAN Interface
Specify the settings for the LAN interface to be used. The default setting is Auto.
Use the procedure below to select the interface.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Optional Network:a b
1
Basic
*********************
[
Exit
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Network].
4
Press the OK key. The Optional Network screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Basic].
]
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Default Setting (System Menu)
Basic:
a b
1
Host Name
*********************
2 TCP/IP Settings
3 Bonjour
[ Exit
]
LAN Interface:
a b
1
Auto
*********************
2 10Base-Half
3 10Base-Full
[ Exit
]
6
Press the OK key. The Basic menu screen
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [LAN Interface].
8
Press the OK key. The LAN Interface screen
appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select the desired [LAN
Interface].
The available LAN Interface are as follows:
Auto
10Base-Half
10Base-Full
100Base-Half
100Base-Full
1000Base-T
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Basic menu.
MAC Address Filter
Select whether to use MAC Address Filter. The default setting is On.
Use the procedure below to setup the MAC Address Filter setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
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Default Setting (System Menu)
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Optional Network:a b
1
Basic
*********************
[
Exit
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Network].
4
Press the OK key. The Optional Network screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Basic].
6
Press the OK key. The Basic menu screen
appears.
]
Basic:
a b
1
Host Name
*********************
2 TCP/IP Settings
3 Bonjour
[ Exit
]
MACAddressFilter:a b
1 Off
*********************
2 *On
8
7
Press the  or  key to select [MAC Address
Filter].
8
Press the OK key. The MAC Address Filter screen
appears.
9
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
10 Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the Basic menu.
8-205
Default Setting (System Menu)
Restart Network
After all network related settings have been done, restart the network card of the device. This is mandatory to
make the settings effective.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
Optional Network:a b
1
Basic
*********************
[
Exit
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Optional Network].
4
Press the OK key. The Optional Network screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Basic].
6
Press the OK key. The Basic menu screen
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Restart Network].
]
Basic:
a b
1
Host Name
*********************
2 TCP/IP Settings
3 Bonjour
[ Exit
]
8-206
Default Setting (System Menu)
8
Restart.
Are you sure?
[
Yes
] [
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
Press [Yes]. (the Left Select key). The message
Restarting... appears and the network is restarted.
No
Pressing [No] (the Right Select key) returns to the
Basic menu without restarting the network.
]
8
8-207
Default Setting (System Menu)
NW InterfaceSend
The client function such as the network authentication and the reference of user information via LDAP operates
only by the selected interface. This function is mainly used for the network system administrator. For more
information about each function, refer to Command Center RX User Guide.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
NW InterfaceSend:a b
1
*Standard
*********************
2 Option NIC
[
Exit
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [NW
InterfaceSend].
4
Press the OK key. The NW InterfaceSend screen
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select the desired [NIC].
]
6
8-208
Standard:
standard network interface
Option NIC:
optional network interface kit
Press the OK key. The NIC is set and the Basic
menu reappears.
Default Setting (System Menu)
Interface Block Setting
This allows you to protect this machine by blocking the interface with external devices such as USB hosts or
optional interfaces.
The following interface block settings are available:
•
USB Host (USB memory slot setting)
•
USB Device (USB interface setting)
•
USB Storage (USB storage setting)
•
Optional interface (Optional interface card setting)
USB Host (USB memory slot setting)
This locks and protects the USB memory slot (A1) or USB port (A2) (USB host). The default setting is Unblock.
Use the procedure below to specify the USB Host setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
8
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
I/F Block Set.: a b
1
USB Host
*********************
2 USB Device
3 USB Storage
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [I/F Block Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The I/F Block Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [USB Host].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
USB Host:
a b
1
*Unblock
*********************
2 Block
6
Press the OK key. USB Host appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Unblock] or
[Block].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the I/F Block Set. menu.
USB Device (USB interface setting)
This locks and protects the USB interface connector (B1) (USB Device). The default setting is Unblock.
Use the procedure below to specify the USB Device setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
I/F Block Set.: a b
1
USB Host
*********************
2 USB Device
3 USB Storage
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [I/F Block Set.].
4
Press the OK key. The I/F Block Set. menu
appears.
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Default Setting (System Menu)
USB Device:
a b
1
*Unblock
*********************
2 Block
5
Press the  or  key to select [USB Device].
6
Press the OK key. USB Device appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Unblock] or
[Block].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the System menu.
USB Storage (USB storage setting)
This locks and protects the USB interface connector (USB Storage). The default setting is Unblock.
NOTE: This function is available when USB Host is set to Unblock.
8
Use the procedure below to specify the USB Host setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network], and press the OK
key.
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [I/F Block Set.].
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Default Setting (System Menu)
I/F Block Set.: a b
1
USB Host
*********************
2 USB Device
3 USB Storage
[ Exit
]
USB Storage:
a b
1
*Unblock
*********************
2 Block
4
Press the OK key. The I/F Block Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [USB Storage].
6
Press the OK key. USB Storage appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Unblock] or
[Block].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the I/F Block Set. menu.
8-212
Default Setting (System Menu)
Optional interface (Optional interface card setting)
This locks and protects the optional interface slot. The default setting is Unblock.
Use the procedure below to specify the optional interface setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System/Network
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System/Network].
]
System/Network: a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 Optional Network
3 NW InterfaceSend
[ Exit
]
I/F Block Set.: a b
1
USB Host
*********************
2 USB Device
3 USB Storage
[ Exit
]
2
The System/Network menu appears.
8
3
4
Press the  or  key to select [I/F Block Set.].
5
Press the  or  key to select [Option I/F 1] or
[Option I/F 2].
Press the OK key. The I/F Block Set. menu appears.
For ECOSYS M6526cdn, select [Option I/F].
Option I/F 1:
a b
1
*Unblock
*********************
2 Block
6
Press the OK key. Option I/F appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Unblock] or [Block].
8
Press the OK key. Completed. is displayed and the
screen returns to the System menu.
8-213
Default Setting (System Menu)
Security Level (Security Level setting)
The Security Level setting is primarily a menu option used by service personnel for maintenance work. There
is no need for customers to use this menu.
8-214
Default Setting (System Menu)
Optional Functions
You can use the optional applications installed on this machine.
Opt. Functions
See Optional Function on page Appendix-6.
8
8-215
Default Setting (System Menu)
8-216
9 Maintenance
This chapter describes cleaning and toner replacement.
•
•
•
Cleaning ....................................................................... 9-2
Toner Container Replacement...................................... 9-4
Replacing the Waste Toner Box ................................... 9-6
9-1
Maintenance
Cleaning
Clean the machine regularly to ensure optimum output quality.
CAUTION: For safety, always unplug the power cord before cleaning the machine.
Glass Platen
Wipe the inside of the document processor and the glass platen with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol or mild
detergent.
IMPORTANT: Do not use thinner or other organic
solvents.
Document Processor
If black streaks or dirt appears in copies when using the document processor, clean the slit glass with the
supplied cleaning cloth. The message Clean the slit glass. may be displayed if the slit glass requires cleaning.
NOTE: Wipe the slit glasses with the dry cloth. Do not use water, soap or solvents for cleaning.
1
Open the document processor and wipe the slit
glass (a).
2
Wipe the white guide (b) on the document
processor.
3
Close the document processor.
a
b
9-2
Maintenance
Cleaning the paper transfer unit
CAUTION: Some parts are very hot inside the machine. Exercise caution as there is a risk of burn injury.
The paper transfer unit should be cleaned each time the toner container and waste toner box are replaced. To
maintain optimum print quality, it is also recommended that the inside of the machine be cleaned once a month
as well as when the toner container is replaced. It should also be cleaned if streaking or lines appear on printed
copies, or if printouts appear faint or blurred.
1
2
Pull up the rear cover lever and open the rear
cover.
Wipe away the paper dust on the registration roller and the paper ramp using the cloth.
IMPORTANT: Be careful not to touch the black transfer roller and black transfer belt during cleaning as this may
adversely affect print quality.
Paper Transfer Unit
Transfer Belt (Black)
Registration Roller (Metal)
Transfer Roller (Black)
Duplex Unit
Paper Ramp
3
9-3
Close the rear cover.
9
Maintenance
Toner Container Replacement
When the message display displays Add toner, replace the toner.
Every time you replace the toner container, be sure to clean the parts as instructed below. For details, refer to
Cleaning the paper transfer unit on page 9-3.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to incinerate the toner container or the waste toner box. Dangerous sparks may
cause burns.
Toner Container Replacement
1
While pulling the top cover lever, open the top tray.
CAUTION: To prevent toppling, the top tray and
document processor cannot be opened at the same
time.
Open the top tray to the position shown. If the tray
is not opened to this position, it will not be possible
to install the toner container.
2
Carefully remove the old toner container from the
machine.
NOTE: Put the old toner container in the plastic bag
(supplied with the new toner kit) and discard it later
according to the local code or regulations for waste
disposal.
3
9-4
Take the new toner container out of the toner kit.
Shake the new toner container at least 5 or 6 times
as shown in the figure in order to distribute the
toner evenly inside the container.
Maintenance
4
Make sure the release lever is in the release
position and set the new toner container in the
machine.
NOTE: Make sure, that the projections of the toner
container fit to the slots inside the machine.
5
Push down on the top of the toner container to
install it firmly in place.
9
6
Close the top tray.
When closing the top tray, do not press hard on the
operation panel.
NOTE: When closing the top tray, take care not to
pinch your fingers.
9-5
Maintenance
Replacing the Waste Toner Box
Replace the waste toner box when the Check waste toner box message is displayed. A new waste toner box is
included with the toner kit. The waste toner box needs to be replaced before the machine will operate.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to incinerate the toner container or the waste toner box. Dangerous sparks may
cause burns.
Replacing the Waste Toner Box
1
Open the waste toner cover.
2
Press the lock button and gently remove the waste
toner box.
NOTE: Remove the waste toner box as gently as
possible so as not to scatter the toner inside. Do not let
the opening of the waste toner box face downward.
3
Old Waste
Toner Box
Close the cap to the old waste toner box after
removing the box from the machine.
NOTE: Put the old waste toner box in the plastic bag
(supplied with the new toner kit) and discard it later
according to the local code or regulations for waste
disposal.
9-6
Maintenance
4
Open the cap of the new waste toner box.
5
Insert the new waste toner box as shown in the
figure. When the box is set correctly, it will snap
into place.
6
Make sure that the waste toner box is correctly
inserted and close the waste toner cover.
New Waste
Toner Box
After replacing the toner containers and the waste
toner box, clean the paper transfer unit. For
instructions, refer to Cleaning on page 9-2.
9
9-7
Maintenance
Prolonged Non-Use and Moving of the Machine
Prolonged Non-use
If you ever leave the machine unused for a long period of time, remove the power cord from the wall outlet.
We recommend you consult with your dealer about the additional actions you should take to avoid possible
damage that may occur when the machine is used next time.
Moving the Machine
When you move the machine:
•
Move it gently.
•
Keep it as level as possible to avoid spilling toner inside the machine.
•
Be sure to consult a service technician before attempting long distance transportation of the machine.
•
Lock the lock lever (Yellow) for the optical system. It is located at the upper left edge close to the scanner.
Refer to Quick Start Guide.
•
Remove all toner containers and waster toner box and put them in a plastic bag.
•
Make sure that the release lever is in LOCK position. If not, pull the release lever towards you until it stops.
Refer to page 9-5.
WARNING: If you ship the machine, remove and pack all toner containers and the waste toner box in a plastic
bag and ship them separately from the machine.
9-8
10 Troubleshooting
This chapter explains how to solve problems with the machine.
•
•
•
Solving Malfunctions................................................... 10-2
Responding to Error Messages .................................. 10-8
Clearing Paper Jams ................................................ 10-16
10-1
Troubleshooting
Solving Malfunctions
The table below provides general guidelines for problem solving.
If a problem occurs with your machine, look into the checkpoints and perform procedures indicated on the
following pages. If the problem persists, contact your Service Representative.
Symptom
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
The operation panel
does not respond
when the main power
switch is turned on.
Is the machine plugged in?
Plug the power cord into an AC
outlet.
—
Pressing the Start key
does not produce
copies.
Is there a message on the
Message Display?
Determine appropriate response to
the message and respond
accordingly.
—
Is the machine in Sleep
mode?
Press the Energy saver key to
recover the machine from Sleep
mode. The machine will be ready
to copy within 20 seconds.
2-9
Are the originals loaded
correctly?
When placing originals on the
platen, place them face-down and
align them with the original size
indicator plates.
2-65
When placing originals in the
document processor, place them
face-up.
2-67
—
Check that the application software
is correctly operated.
—
Is the machine in Auto
Density mode?
Set the correct density level for
auto density.
—
Is the machine in Manual
Density mode?
Select the correct density level.
5-16
Is the toner distributed evenly
within the toner container?
Shake the toner container from
side to side about several times.
9-4
Is there a message indicating
the addition of toner?
Replace the toner container.
9-4
Is the paper damp?
Replace the paper with new paper.
2-47
Is EcoPrint mode enabled?
Disable EcoPrint mode.
4-10
—
Make sure the paper type setting is
correct the paper being used.
8-13
8-16
—
Conduct color calibration either by
switching the machine off then on
or using the operation panel.
8-126
—
Try adjusting the color control
settings using the printer driver.
—
Blank sheets are
ejected.
Faint or blurred
printing
10-2
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
—
Run [MC] and decrease the
adjustment value. Decrease the
adjustment value 1 level at a time
from the current value. If there is
no improvement after the value is
decreased by 1 level, decrease by
1 level again. If there is still no
improvement, return the setting to
the original value.
8-138
Is the machine in Auto
Density mode?
Select the correct density level for
auto density.
—
Is the machine in Manual
Density mode?
Select the correct density level.
5-16
—
Conduct color calibration using the
operation panel.
8-126
Copies have a moire
pattern (dots grouped
together in patterns
and not aligned
uniformly).
Is the original a printed
photograph?
Set the image quality to [Photo].
5-15
Printouts are not
clear.
Did you choose appropriate
image quality for the original?
Select appropriate image quality.
5-15
Printouts are dirty.
Is the platen or the document
processor dirty?
Clean the platen or the document
processor.
—
Printouts are fuzzy.
Is the machine being used in
very humid conditions?
Use in a location that has suitable
humidity.
—
Images are skewed.
Are the originals placed
correctly?
When placing originals on the
platen, align them with the original
size indicator plates.
2-65
When placing originals in the
document processor, align the
original width guides securely
before placing the originals.
2-66
Is the paper loaded
correctly?
Check the position of the paper
width guides.
2-66
Is the paper loaded
correctly?
Load the paper correctly.
2-47
Is the paper of the supported
type? Is it in good condition?
Remove the paper, turn it over, and
reload it.
2-47
Printouts are too dark.
Paper often jams.
10-3
10
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Reference
Page
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Is the paper curled, folded or
wrinkled?
Replace the paper with new paper.
2-47
Are there any loose scraps or
jammed paper in the
machine?
Remove any jammed paper.
10-16
Printouts are wrinkled
or curled.
Is the paper damp?
Replace the paper with new paper.
2-47
Cannot print.
Is the machine plugged in?
Plug the power cord into an AC
outlet.
—
Is the machine powered on?
Turn on the main power switch.
2-7
Is the printer cable or
network cable connected?
Connect the correct printer cable or
network cable securely.
2-5
Was the machine powered
on before the printer cable
was connected?
Power on the machine after
connecting the printer cable.
2-5
2-7
Is the print job paused?
Press [Resume] (the Left Select
key) to resume printing.
7-19
Documents are
printed improperly.
Are the application software
settings at the PC set
properly?
Check that the printer driver and
application software settings are
set properly.
—
Cannot print with USB
memory.
Is the USB host blocked?
Select [Unblock] in the USB host
settings.
8-209
—
Check that the USB memory is
securely plugged into the machine.
—
When displaying an
image sent from the
machine on the PC, an
image size is shrunk
vertically or
horizontally.
Have you selected
200×100dpi Normal or
200×400dpi Super Fine for
the scan resolution?
Select a scan resolution other than
200×100dpi Normal or 200×400dpi
Super Fine when sending an
image.
5-17
USB memory not
recognized.
—
Check that the USB memory is
securely plugged into the machine.
—
Is the USB host blocked?
Select [Unblock] in the USB host
settings.
8-209
—
Conduct color registration using
the operation panel.
8-127
Conduct color calibration using the
operation panel.
8-126
Skewed-color printout
10-4
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Printouts have black
lines.
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Is the slit glass dirty?
Clean the slit glass.
9-2
—
Run [LaserScanner Cln].
8-135
—
Run [Drum Refresh].
8-136
Grey background
—
Conduct color calibration either by
switching the machine off then on
or using the operation panel.
8-126
Dirt on the top edge or
back of the paper
Is the paper transfer unit
dirty?
Clean the transfer unit.
9-3
Offset occures.
—
Run [Drum Refresh].
8-136
—
Run [MC] and increase the
adjustment value. Increase the
adjustment value 1 level at a time
from the current value. If there is
no improvement after the value is
increased by 1 level, increase by 1
level again. If there is still no
improvement, return the setting to
the original value.
8-138
—
Run [MC] and decrease the
adjustment value. Decrease the
adjustment value 1 level at a time
from the current value. If there is
no improvement after the value is
decreased by 1 level, decrease by
1 level again. If there is still no
improvement, return the setting to
the original value.
8-138
Part of the image is
periodically faint or
blurred.
10-5
10
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Irregular horizontal
lines appear in the
image.
—
Run [MC] and decrease the
adjustment value. Decrease the
adjustment value 1 level at a time
from the current value. If there is
no improvement after the value is
decreased by 1 level, decrease by
1 level again. If there is still no
improvement, return the setting to
the original value.
8-138
The altitude is 1500 m
or higher and irregular
horizontal white lines
appear in the image.
—
Run [Altitude Adj.] and set the
adjustment value to [High 1]. If
there is no improvement when the
value is set to [High 1], set to [High
2].
8-137
The altitude is 1500 m
or higher and dots
appear in the image.
—
Run [Altitude Adj.] and set the
adjustment value to [High 1]. If
there is no improvement when the
value is set to [High 1], set to [High
2].
8-137
Part of the image is
periodically faint or
shows white lines.
—
Open and then close the rear
cover.
—
—
Run [Drum Refresh].
8-136
The background
density is obtrusive.
—
Carry out Background Density.
4-23
Colors appear
different than you
anticipated.
Did you choose appropriate
image quality for the original?
Select appropriate image quality.
3-10
5-15
Have you loaded color copy
paper into the paper tray?
Load color copy paper into the
paper tray.
2-47
—
Run [Color Calibration].
8-126
10-6
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
—
Cannot send via SMB.
*
**
Reference
Page
When making copies
Adjust the color balance.
Appendix23
When printing from a computer
Adjust the color using the printer
driver.
Printer
Driver
Operation
Guide
Is the network cable
connected?
Connect the correct network cable
securely.
2-5
Have the network settings for
the equipment been
configured properly?
Configure the TCP/IP settings
properly.
2-17
8-175
Have the folder sharing
settings been configured
properly?
Check sharing settings and access
privileges under the folder
properties.
3-32
Has the SMB protocol been
set to [On]?
Set the SMB protocol setting to
[On].
3-27
Has the [Host Name] been
entered properly?
Check the name of the computer to
which data is being sent.*
3-31
Has the [Path] been entered
properly?
Check the share name for the
shared folder.
—
Has the [Login User Name]
been entered properly?
Check the domain name and login
user name.**
3-27
Has the same domain name
been used for the [Host
Name] and [Login User
Name]?
Delete the domain name and
backslash ("\") from the [Login
User Name].
3-27
Has the [Login Password]
been entered properly?
Check the login password.
3-27
Have exceptions for
Windows Firewall been
configured properly?
Configure exceptions for Windows
Firewall properly.
3-36
3-39
Do the time settings for the
equipment, domain server,
and data destination
computer differ?
Set the equipment, domain server,
and data destination computer to
the same time.
—
Is the touch panel displaying
Send error.?
Refer to Responding to Send Error.
10-11
You can also enter a full computer name as the host name (for example, pc001.abcdnet.com).
You can also enter login user names in the following formats:
Domain_name/user_name (for example, abcdnet/james.smith)
User_name@domain_name (for example, james.smith@abcdnet)
10-7
10
Troubleshooting
Responding to Error Messages
If the control panel displays any of these messages, follow the corresponding procedure.
If a problem occurs with your machine, look into the checkpoints and perform procedures indicated on the
following pages. If the problem persists, contact your Service Representative.
Alphanumeric
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Error Message
Checkpoints
Load paper in cassette
1.
Is the indicated cassette out
of paper?
Load paper.
2-48
Load paper in MP
Tray.
Is the paper of the selected
size loaded in the multi
purpose tray?
Load the paper in the multi purpose
tray which is of the size and type
indicated on the Message Display.
2-51
Toner is running out.
[C], [M], [Y], [K]
–
It is almost time to replace the toner
container. After a certain number of
pages (about 20) are printed, printing
will stop. Obtain a new toner
container of the color indicated in [].
9-4
Replace the toner container. Replace
with a toner container of the color
indicated in [].
9-4
Is the waste toner box full?
Replace the waste toner box.
9-6
Is the waste toner box
installed?
Install the waste toner box in the
machine.
9-6
–
Press the OK key and check the
following items:
—
Add toner.
[C], [M], [Y], [K]
Check waste toner
box.
Cannot connect to
Authentication Server.
•
Registration to Authentication
Server
•
Password and computer address
for Authentication Server
•
Connection of Network
Cannot duplex print
on this paper.
Did you select a paper size/
media type that cannot be
duplex printed?
Select the available paper type.
Press the OK key to print without
using Duplex.
3-15
Incorrect account ID.
Job is canceled.
–
This job is canceled because it is
restricted by Job Accounting. Press
the OK key.
—
Close top (rear or left)
cover.
Is there any cover which is
open?
Close the cover indicated on the
control panel.
—
Close Document
Processor.
Is the document processor
open?
Close the document processor.
—
Is the top cover of the
document processor open?
Close the top cover of the document
processor.
2-66
10-8
Troubleshooting
Error Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Job Accounting
restriction exceeded.
Cannot print.
–
The job is canceled. Press the OK
key.
—
Job Accounting
restriction exceeded.
Cannot scan.
–
The job is canceled. Press the OK
key.
—
Polling
box limit exceeded.
–
FAX box is full, and no further storage
is available. The job is canceled.
Press the OK key.
—
Incorrect Login User
Name or Password.
Job Is canceled.
–
Enter correct Login User Name or
Login Password.
—
Job Accounting
restriction exceeded.
Job is canceled.
Is the acceptable printing
count restricted by Job
Accounting exceeded?
The printing count exceeded the
acceptable count restricted by Job
Accounting. Cannot print any more.
This job is canceled. Press the OK
key.
—
Machine failure.
Call service.
–
Internal error has occurred. Make a
note of the error code displayed on
the Message Display. Turn off the
machine, unplug the power cord, and
contact your Service Representative.
—
Is Error code "4201 to 4204"
displayed?
Internal condensation has occurred
as a result of a sudden change in
temperature. Turn off the machine
and let stand for 30 to 90 minutes,
and then back on again. If this
message still remains, turn off the
machine, unplug the power cord, and
contact your Service Representative.
—
–
Unable to continue the job as the
memory is used up.
Press the OK key to print the
scanned pages. The print job cannot
be processed completely.
Press the Status/Job Cancel key
and press [Cancel] to cancel the job.
—
Memory is full.
Print job cannot be
processed
completely.
10-9
10
Troubleshooting
Error Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Memory is full.
Job is canceled.
–
Unable to continue the job as the
memory is used up. Press the OK
key. To print the same originals,
follow the operations below.
• Select [Photo] for the quality of
copies.
• Select a nagative value for the
sharpness.
• Select the paper size smaller to
reduce.
If it is not resolved, expand the printer
memory.
—
Paper jammed.
–
If a paper jam occurs, the machine
will stop and the location of the jam
will be indicated on the Message
Display. Leave the machine on and
follow the instruction to remove the
jammed paper.
10-16
Job not stored.
Press [OK].
–
Press the OK key to cancel storing.
USB memory error.
Job is canceled.
–
This job is canceled. Press the OK
key.
—
Place original
and press Start key.
–
Remove originals from the document
processor, put them back in their
original order, and place them again.
Press the Start key to resume
printing.
Press the Status/Job Cancel key
and press [Cancel] to cancel the job.
2-67
Remove original from
document processor.
Are there any originals left in
the document processor?
Remove originals from the document
processor.
—
Maximum Number of
scanned pages.
Job is canceled.
–
Scanning cannot be performed due
to insufficient memory of scanner.
The job is canceled. Press the OK
key.
—
Is the acceptable scanning
count exceeded?
Press the OK key to print, send or
store the scanned pages. Press the
Status/Job Cancel key and press
[Cancel] to cancel the job.
—
Error occurred.
Turn the main power
switch off and on.
–
System error has occurred. Turn the
main power switch off and on.
—
Incorrect account ID.
–
The Account ID does not match.
Check the registered Account ID.
—
10-10
Troubleshooting
Error Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
File is not found.
–
The specified file is not found. The
job is canceled. Press the OK key.
—
Top tray is full of
Paper.
Remove the paper.
–
Remove paper from the top tray, and
press the OK key to resume the job.
—
Unknown toner
Installed.
Is the installed toner
container our own brand?
We will not be liable for any damage
caused by the use of third party
supplies in this machine.
—
Unknown toner
Installed. PC
Does the installed toner
container's regional
specification match the
machine's?
Install the specified container.
—
Insufficient memory.
Cannot start the job
–
Further scanning cannot be
—
performed due to insufficient memory.
Press the OK key to print the
scanned pages. Press the Status/
Job Cancel key and press [Cancel]
to cancel the job.
Replace MK.
–
Replacement of the parts in the
maintenance kit is necessary at every
200,000 pages of printing and
requires professional servicing.
Contact your service technician.
—
An error has occurred during
transmission. The possible error
codes and their descriptions are as
follows.
—
Send error.
####
–
10
Scan to SMB Error Code
Error Code:1101
Is the host name of the SMB
server incorrect?
10-11
Set the correct host name in
Command Center RX.
—
Troubleshooting
Error Message
Error Code:1102
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Is a domain name entered?
Correctly enter the user name in the
"domain\user", "domain\user" or
"domain@user" format.
—
Did you specify an invalid
user or password?
Enter the correct user name and
password.
—
Did you specify an invalid
folder name or share name?
Enter the correct folder name and
share name.
—
Did you specify a user who
is not allowed to access the
folder, or has access
permission been set for the
folder?
Check the access restrictions of the
destination folder.
—
Are prohibited characters
included in the host name?
Check if any of the following
characters are included in the host
name.
`~!@#$^&*()=+[]{}\|;:'"<
>/?
—
Is a domain name entered?
Correctly enter the user name in the
"domain\user", "domain\user" or
"domain@user" format.
—
Is the correct folder path
entered?
Enter the correct folder path.
—
Did you specify a user who
is not allowed to access the
folder, or has access
permission been set for the
folder?
Check the access restrictions of the
destination folder.
—
Error Code:1105
Is SMB protocol enabled?
Enable SMB protocol for the host
name in Command Center RX.
—
Error Code:2101,
2201, 2203
Did you enter an invalid host
name or IP address?
Enter the correct host name or IP
address.
—
Is the wrong port number
specified?
Specify the correct port number.
—
Are you correctly connected
to the network?
Make sure that the network cable has
been correctly connected.
Make sure that the network
environment (server, hub, or other
LAN network) is operating correctly.
—
Error Code:1103
10-12
Troubleshooting
Error Message
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Error Code:0007,
5101, 5102, 5103, 5104,
7101, 720f
–
Turn the main power switch off and
then on. If this occurs repeatedly,
write down the error code that
appears in the message display and
contact a service technician. (See the
procedure in Machine failure. Call
service.)
—
Error Code:9181
Have more than 999 original
pages been scanned?
If there are more than 999 original
pages, send the pages in separate
batches.
—
Scan To FTP Error Code
Error Code:1101
Is the host name of the FTP
server incorrect?
Set the correct host name in
Command Center RX.
—
Error Code:1102
Is a domain name entered?
Correctly enter the user name in the
"domain\user" or "domain\user"
format.
—
Did you specify an invalid
user or password?
Enter the correct user name and
password.
—
Is the correct folder path
entered?
Enter the correct folder path.
—
Did you specify a user who
is not allowed to access the
folder, or has access
permission been set for the
folder?
Check the access restrictions of the
destination folder.
—
Error Code:1105
Is FTP protocol enabled?
Enable FTP protocol in Command
Center RX.
—
Error Code:1131
Is one of the FTPS settings
incorrect?
Check the security settings.
—
Error Code:1132
Are you trying to send to a
server that does not support
FTPS service or the
encryption method?
Check if the server supports FTPS.
Check if the server supports the
encryption method.
—
Error Code:1103
10-13
10
Troubleshooting
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Error Message
Checkpoints
Error Code:2101,
2102, 2103, 2201, 2202,
2203, 2231, 3101
Did you enter an invalid host
name or IP address?
Enter the correct host name or IP
address.
—
Is the wrong port number
specified?
Specify the correct port number.
—
Are you correctly connected
to the network?
Make sure that the network cable has
been correctly connected.
Make sure that the network
environment (server, hub, or other
LAN network) is operating correctly.
—
Error Code:4701,
5101, 5102, 5103, 5104,
7102, 720f
–
Turn the main power switch off and
then on. If this occurs repeatedly,
write down the error code that
appears in the message display and
contact a service technician. (See the
procedure in Machine failure. Call
service.)
—
Error Code:9181
Have more than 999 original
pages been scanned?
If there are more than 999 original
pages, send the pages in separate
batches.
—
Scan To Email Error Code
Error Code:1101
Is the SMTP/POP3 server
name incorrect?
Set the correct server name in
Command Center RX.
—
Error Code:1102
Did you specify an invalid
user or password?
Enter the correct user name and
password.
—
Error Code:1104
Did you specify the
destination address?
Specify the destination address.
—
Error Code:1105
Is SMTP protocol enabled?
Enable SMTP protocol in Command
Center RX.
—
Error Code:2101,
2102, 2103, 2201, 2202,
2203
Is "Other Authenticate"
selected when POP before
SMTP authentication is
performed?
Select a valid POP3 user other than
"Other".
—
Is the specified server an
SMTP server?
Set the correct server name in
Command Center RX.
—
Are you correctly connected
to the network?
Make sure that the network cable has
been correctly connected.
Make sure that the network
environment (server, hub, or other
LAN network) is operating correctly.
—
Were you attempting to
send too much data?
Change the size that can be sent in
Command Center RX.
—
Error Code:2204
10-14
Troubleshooting
Error Message
Error Code:3101
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference
Page
Is the server operating
correctly?
Make sure that the network
environment (server, hub, or other
LAN network) is operating correctly.
—
Is an authentication method
set for which the server
cannot respond normally?
Check the settings on the server and
client. (For example, make sure the
SMTP/POP authentication enable/
disable settings are the same on the
server and on the client.)
—
Error Code:3201
Is a non-supported SMTP
authentication method
enabled?
Check the SMTP authentication
settings on the server and client. The
SMTP authentication methods below
can be used on the machine.
CRAM-MD5 / DIGEST-MD5 / PLAIN /
LOGIN
—
Error Code:4201,
5101, 5102, 5103, 5104,
7101, 7102, 720f
–
Turn the main power switch off and
then on. If this occurs repeatedly,
write down the error code that
appears in the message display and
contact a service technician. (See the
procedure in Machine failure. Call
service.)
—
Error Code:9181
Have more than 999 original
pages been scanned?
If there are more than 999 original
pages, send the pages in separate
batches.
—
10-15
10
Troubleshooting
Clearing Paper Jams
If a paper jam occurs, a message will be displayed about the jam and copying or printing will stop. Remove
jammed paper. After removing jammed paper, the machine will re-start printing.
Leave the main power switch on and to remove the jammed paper refer to the following information below.
Detailed paper jam positions are as follows. Refer to the indicated page number to remove the paper jam.
Paper Jam
Location
Description
Reference
Page
A
Paper jam in the multi purpose tray.
10-16
B
Paper jam in the machine cassette, or in a cassette of the optional
paper feeder.
10-18
C
Paper jam in the paper feeder.
10-19
D
Paper jam in the transfer unit.
10-19
E
Paper jam in the document processor.
10-20
Paper jams
If paper jams occur frequently, the specifications of the paper may not be suitable for the machine. Try changing
the paper type. For paper specifications, see "Paper Specifications" in the Appendix. Also refer to chapter 2 to
how to insert paper correctly. If paper jams still occur frequently even though you have changed the paper, the
machine may have a problem. Please contact your service representative.
IMPORTANT: When removing a paper jam, make sure that no torn pieces of paper remain in the machine.
10-16
Troubleshooting
Online Help Messages
The online Help message function of the machine will show the procedure for removing a paper jam in the
message display. When Paper Jam is displayed, press [Help](the Left Select key) to display the procedure to
clear the jam.
Press  to display the next step or press  to display the previous step. Press the OK key to exit the online
help message display.
When a paper jam occurs, you can use the online Help message to remove the paper jam.
Multi Purpose Tray
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams in the Multi Purpose tray.
1
Remove the paper jammed at the Multi Purpose
tray.
IMPORTANT: If the paper cannot be removed, do not
try to forcefully remove it. Go to paper jam in the feed
unit on page 10-19.
2
Pull the cassette 1 out of the machine.
10
3
10-17
Open the lower feed cover.
Troubleshooting
4
Remove any partially fed paper.
After you have removed the paper jam, replace the
lower feed cover.
5
Replace the cassette 1 in the machine.
Paper Cassette/Paper Feeder
In the event that a paper jam occurs in the cassette 1, follow the procedure below to remove the jam. Paper
jams in the cassette of the optional paper feeder are removed in the same way.
1
Pull out the cassette 1 or optional paper feeder.
2
Remove any partially fed paper.
IMPORTANT: If the paper cannot be removed, do not
try to forcefully remove it. Go to paper jam in the feed
unit on page 10-19.
3
Replace the cassette 1 in the machine.
NOTE: In case of jam check that the paper was loaded into the cassette correctly.
10-18
Troubleshooting
Paper jam in the paper feeder
If the paper jam cannot be removed using the procedure in paper jam in the paper cassette on page 10-18,
open the rear cover of the paper feeder and remove the jammed paper.
NOTE: If the paper cannot be removed, do not try to
forcefully remove it. Go to paper jam in the feed unit on
page 10-19.
Inside the Machine
1
Pull up the rear cover lever and open the rear
cover.
CAUTION: Some parts are very hot inside the machine. Exercise caution as there is a risk of burn injury.
2
If most of the jammed paper is out in the top tray,
grasp the paper and pull it out.
3
If the jammed paper reaches the fuser unit as
shown, open the fuser cover, grasp the paper, and
pull it out.
Fuser
Cover
10-19
10
Troubleshooting
4
If the jammed paper does not reach the registration
roller (metal) as shown, grasp the paper and pull it
out.
5
If the jammed paper is located inside the machine
as shown, open the rear feed cover and pull out the
paper.
6
If the jammed paper reaches the Duplex Unit as
shown, lift up the Duplex Unit and remove the
paper.
7
Close the rear cover. The error will be cleared and
printing will resume after warm-up.
Registration
Roller
Rear
Feed
Cover
Duplex
Unit
Document Processor
Follow the steps below to clear paper jams in the document processor.
1
10-20
Remove all of the originals from the document feed
tray.
Troubleshooting
2
Open the left cover of the document processor.
3
Remove the jammed original.
If the original is caught in the rollers or difficult to
remove, proceed to the next step.
4
Open the document processor.
10
5
Remove the jammed original.
If the original tears, remove every loose scrap from
inside the machine.
6
Close the document processor.
7
Place the originals.
10-21
Troubleshooting
10-22
11 Management
This chapter explains the following operations.
•
•
•
User Login Administration .......................................... 11-2
Job Accounting ......................................................... 11-13
Checking the Counter............................................... 11-35
11-1
Management
User Login Administration
User login administration specifies how the user access is administered on this machine. Enter correct Login
User Name and Login Password for user authentication to log in.
Access are in three levels - User, Administrator, and Machine Administrator. The security levels can be modified
only by the machine administrator.
First User Login Administration
Follow these steps for the first user login administration.
Enable user login administration. (page 11-3)

Add a user.(page 11-6)

Log out.(page 11-5)

The registered user logs in for operations.(page 11-5)
Displaying user login administration
1
The system/counter menu appears.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
*********************
1
Report
2 Counter
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
4
User/Job Account
*********************
5 User Property
6 Common Settings
[ Exit
]
Press the system menu / counter key on the
operation panel.
2
From the system menu / counter menu, press the
 or  key to select [User/Job Account].
NOTE:
If the user authentication screen appears, enter your
login user name and login password and press [Login]
(the Right Select key). For this, you need to login with
administrator privileges.
The factory default login user name and login password
are set as shown below.
Login User Name
2600
Login Password
2600
3
11-2
Press the OK key. The User/Job Account menu
appears.
Management
Enabling/Disabling User Login Administration
This enables user login administration. Select one of the following authentication methods:
Item
Description
Local
Authentication
User authentication based on user properties on
the local user list stored in the machine.
Network
Authentication
User authentication based on Authentication
Server. Use a user property stored in
Authentication Server to access the network
authentication login page.
Use the procedure below to enable user login administration.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
User/Job Account: a b
1
User Login Set.
*********************
2 Job Account. Set.
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
User Login Set.: a b
1
User Login
*********************
2 Local User List
3 Group Auth.
[ Exit
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
Press the  or  key to select [User Login Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The User Login Set. menu
appears.
4
11-3
Press the  or  key to select [User Login].
11
Management
User Login:
a b
1 *Off
2
Local Authentic.
*********************
3 Netwk Authentic.
5
Press the OK key. User Login appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Local Authentic.]
or [Netwk Authentic.], and then press the OK key.
Select [Off] to disable user login administration.
When "Network Authentication" is selected, select
[NTLM], [Kerberos], or [Ext.] for the server type
and press the OK key.
Server type:
a b
1
NTLM
*********************
2 Kerberos
3 Ext.
If [NTLM] or [Kerberos] is selected for the server
type, enter the host name (up to 64 characters)
and domain name (up to 256 characters) of the
authentication server, and press the OK key.
If [Ext.] is selected for the server type, enter the
host name (up to 64 characters) and port number
of the authentication server, and press the OK key.
A b
Host Name:
GUI*
[
ABC
Text
]
NOTE: If the Login User Name and Login Password are rejected, check the following settings.
•
Network Authentication setting of the machine
•
User property of the Authentication Server
•
Date and time setting of the machine and the Authentication Server
If you cannot login because of the setting of the machine, login with any administrator registered in the local
user list and correct the settings. If the server type is [Kerberos], only domain names entered in uppercase will
be recognized.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the User Login Set. menu.
11-4
Management
Login/Logout
Once you enable user login administration, a Login User Name and Login Password entry screen appears each
time you use this machine.
Login
Log in using the procedure below.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Login User Name L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
1
If the screen below appears during the operations,
perform the following login operations.
2
Press the OK key, enter the Login User Name, and
then press the OK key.
3
Press the  key to select [Login Password], press
the OK key, enter the Login Password, and then
press the OK key.
4
Check the Login User Name and Login Password
are correct, and press [Login] (the Right Select
key).
]
Logout
To log out the machine, press the Logout key to return
to the Login User Name/Login Password entry screen.
Auto Logout
Logout is automatically executed in the following cases:
•
When the Energy Saver key is pressed to enter
the sleep mode
•
When auto sleep is activated
•
When auto panel reset is activated
11-5
11
Management
Adding a User
This adds a new user. You can add Up to 100 users (including the default Login User Name). The table below
explains the user information to be registered.
Item
Description
User Name*
Enter the name displayed on the user list (up to 32
characters).
Login User
Name*
Enter the Login User Name to log in (up to 32
characters). The same Login User Name cannot be
registered.
Login
Password*
Enter the password to log in (up to 64 characters).
Access Level*
Select Administrator or User for user access
privileges.
Account Name
Add an account where the user belongs. The user,
who registered his/her account name, can log in
without entering the account ID. Refer to Job
Accounting on page 11-13.
E-mail Address
The user can register his/her E-mail address. The
registered address will be automatically selected
for subsequent operations that need any E-mail
function.
*
Mandatory at user registration.
NOTE: By default, one of each default user with machine administrator rights and administrator privileges is
already stored. The following are the default user's properties.
User Name:
Login User Name:
Login Password:
Access Level:
DeviceAdmin
2600
2600
Administrator
It is recommended to periodically change the user name, Login User Name and Login Password regularly for
your security.
Use the procedure below to register a new user.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
User/Job Account: a b
1
User Login Set.
*********************
2 Job Account. Set.
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
1
Log in as a user with administrator rights.
2
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
3
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [User Login Set.].
11-6
Management
User Login Set.: a b
1 User Login
2
Local User List
*********************
3 Group Auth.
[ Exit
]
Local User List: a b
l Admin
l
DeviceAdmin
*********************
[
Menu
T b
S
[
ABC
Text
Press the OK key. The User Login Set. menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Local User List].
6
Press the OK key. Local User List appears.
7
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key), press the 
or  key to select [Add User], and then press the
OK key.
8
Enter the user name and press the OK key, enter
the Login User Name in the next screen, and then
press the OK key.
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2 Delete
3 Add User
*********************
User Name:
*
4
11
]
l User01:
a b
1
Exit
*********************
2 Detail
Local User List: a b
l DeviceAdmin
l Admin
l
User 1
*********************
[ Menu
]
9
Press the  or  key to select [Exit] and then
press the OK key.
Select [Detail] and press the OK key to see
information of the registered users.
10 In Local User List, press the  or  key to select
the added user and then press the OK key.
11-7
Management
Detail:
Login Password:
OOOOOOOOOOO
[
C b
3/6
Edit
11 Press the  or  key to select [Login Password:],
press [Edit] (the Right Select key), enter the Login
Password, and then press the OK key.
]
12 Enter the same Login Password to confirm and
press the OK key.
Detail:
C b
p E-mailAddress: 4/6
******@abcdef.jp
[
Edit
Detail:
Access Level:
Administrator
[Edit] (the Right Select key), enter the e-mail
address, and then press the OK key.
]
C b
5/6
[ Change ]
Detail:
Account Name:
k KyoceraOsaka
13 Press the  key to select [E-mailAddress:], press
C b
6/6
[ Change ]
14 Press the  key to select [Access Level:], press
[Change] (the Right Select key), select the user
access privilege, and then press the OK key.
NOTE: If the user list is for device administrator,
[Change] is not displayed.
15 Press the  key to select [Account Name:], press
[Change] (the Right Select key), select the
account, and then press the OK key.
NOTE: If the user list is for device administrator and
the device administrator does not log in, [Change] is
not displayed.
16 After entering the user information, press the OK
key again.
Registered. is displayed and the screen returns to
Local User List.
Changing User Properties
User information can be changed. It can be changed only by a user with administrator privileges.
Use the procedure below to change the user properties.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
11-8
Management
User/Job Account: a b
1
User Login Set.
*********************
2 Job Account. Set.
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
User Login Set.: a b
1 User Login
2
Local User List
*********************
3 Group Auth.
[ Exit
]
Local User List: a b
l
DeviceAdmin
*********************
l Admin
l User1
[ Menu
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [User Login Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The User Login Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Local User List].
5
Press the OK key. Local User List appears.
The procedure differs depending on the details to
be edited.
Changing user information
Local User List: a b
l DeviceAdmin
l
Admin
*********************
l User1
[ Menu
]
C b
1/6
Detail:
User Name:
User1
[
Edit
1
Press the  or  key to select the user whose
information you want to change, and then press
the OK key.
2
In the same fashion as registering a new user,
press the  or  key to select the desired item,
press [Edit] (the Right Select key), change
information, and then press the OK key.
3
Repeat step 2 to change items as necessary.
4
After completing changing the user information,
press the OK key again.
]
11-9
11
Management
5
The overwrite confirmation screen appears.
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The user
information is changed and the screen returns to
Local User List.
Deleting a user
Local User List: a b
l DeviceAdmin
l
Admin
*********************
l User1
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2
Delete
*********************
3 Add User
1
Press the  or  key to select the user you want
to delete, and then press [Menu] (the Right Select
key).
2
Press the  or  key to select [Delete] and then
press the OK key.
3
In the delete confirmation screen, press [Yes] (the
Left Select key). The user is deleted and the
screen returns to Local User List.
Enabling/Disabling Group Authentication
This enables group authentication using the LDAP server. This menu can be used only when [Netwk Authentic.]
is selected as the user authentication method. For details of LDAP server settings, refer to the Operation Guide
of the LDAP server. This menu can be used only when [Netwk Authentic.] is selected as the user authentication
method.
Use the procedure below to enable group authentication.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
You can configure detail settings of group authentication in Command Center RX. For details, refer to the
Command Center RX User Guide.
User Login Set.: a b
1
User Login
*********************
2 Local User List
3 Group Auth.
[ Exit
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
Press the  or  key to select [User Login Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The User Login Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Group Auth.].
11-10
Management
Group Auth.:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
5
Press the OK key. Group Auth. appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the User/Job Account menu.
Displaying Network User Property
Use the procedure below to display the property of the user logged on using the network authentication. This
menu can be used only when [Netwk Authentic.] is selected as the user authentication method.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
User Login Set.: a b
1
User Login
*********************
2 Local User List
3 Group Auth.
[ Exit
]
NW User Property: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
Press the  or  key to select [User Login Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The User Login Set. menu
appears.
11
4
Press the  or  key to select [NW User
Property].
5
Press the OK key. NW User Property appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the User/Job Account menu.
11-11
Management
Unknown login user name Job
This specifies the behavior for handling the jobs sent with unknown Login User Name. If the User Login is set
to invalid and Job Accounting is set to valid, follow the procedure when the Account ID is unknown.
The table below shows the available settings.
Item
Description
Reject
The job is rejected (not printed).
Permit
The job is permitted to be printed.
Use the procedure below to process jobs sent from unknown users.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2 Job Account. Set.
3
Unknown ID Job
*********************
[ Exit
]
Unknown ID Job: a b
1
*Reject
*********************
2 Permit
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Unknown ID Job].
3
Press the OK key. Unknown ID Job appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reject] or [Permit].
5
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the User/Job Account menu.
11-12
Management
Job Accounting
Job accounting Manages the copy/print count accumulated by individual accounts by assigning an ID to each
account.
Job accounting helps the following activities in business organizations.
•
Manageability of up to 100 individual accounts.
•
Availability for account IDs with as many as eight digits (between 0 and 99999999) for security.
•
Integrated management of printing and scanning statistics through the use of an identical account ID.
•
Tracking the print volume for each account and for all accounts combined.
•
Restricting the print counter in one-page increments up to 9,999,999 copies.
•
Resetting the print counter for each account or for all accounts combined.
First Job Accounting Setup
Follow these steps for the first job accounting setup.
Enable job accounting. (page 11-13)

Add an account. (page 11-18)

Log out. (page 11-15)

Other users log in for operations. (page 11-15)
11
Enabling/Disabling Job Accounting
Enable job accounting. Use the procedure below to specify the job accounting setting.
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
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Management
Job Account.Set.:a b
1
Job Accounting
*********************
2 AccountingAccess
3 Account. Report
[ Exit
]
Job Accounting:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Job Accounting].
5
Press the OK key. Job Accounting appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On]. To disable job
accounting, select [Off].
7
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Job Account. Set. menu.
NOTE: When the display returns to the System Menu
default screen, logout is automatically executed and
the screen to enter the Account ID appears. To
continue the operation, enter the Account ID.
11-14
Management
Login/Logout
If job accounting is enabled, an account ID entry screen appears each time you use this machine.
Use the procedure below to login and logout.
Login
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
Account ID:
b
*******************
[Counter ]
1
In the screen below, enter the account ID using the
numeric keys and press the OK key.
NOTE: If you entered a wrong character, press the
Clear key and enter the account ID again.
If the entered account ID does not match the registered
ID, a warning beep will sound and login will fail. Enter
the correct account ID.
By pressing [Counter] (the Left Select key), you can
refer to the number of pages printed and the number of
pages scanned.
When the screen to enter the Login User Name and
Login Password appears
If user login administration is enabled, the screen to
enter the Login User Name and Login Password
appears. Enter a Login User Name and Login
Password to log in. (Refer to Login/Logout on page 115.) If the user has already registered the account
information, the account ID entry would be skipped.
(Refer to Adding a User on page 11-6.)
2
Proceed to complete the rest of the steps.
Logout
When the operations are complete, press the Logout
key to return to the account ID entry screen.
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11
Management
AccountingAccess
Set the job accounting access. Use the procedure below to specify the job accounting access setting.
Sys. Menu/Count.: a b
4
User/Job Account
*********************
5 User Property
6 Common Settings
[ Exit
]
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
Job Account.Set.:a b
1
Job Accounting
*********************
2 AccountingAccess
3 Account. Report
[ Exit
]
AccountingAccess: a b
1
*Local
*********************
2 Network
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key on the main
unit operation panel.
2
Press the  or  key to select [User/Job Account].
3
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the user ID
and password with administrator privileges to log
in, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
4
The User/Job Account menu appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Job Account. Set.].
6
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select
[AccountingAccess].
8
Press the OK key. AccountingAccess appears.
11-16
Management
9
Press the  or  key to select [Local] or[Network].
10 Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Job Account. Set. menu.
NOTE: When the display returns to the System Menu
default screen, logout is automatically executed and
the screen to enter the Account ID appears. To
continue the operation, enter the Account ID.
11
11-17
Management
Adding an Account
This section explains how to add a new account. The following entries are required.
Item
Description
Account Name
Enter the account name (up to 32 characters).
Account ID
Enter the account ID as many as eight digits
(between 0 and 99999999).
Restriction
This Prohibits printing/scanning or restricts the
number of sheets to load. Refer to Restricting the
Use of the Machine on page 11-22.
Use the procedure below to register a new account.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
Job Account.Set.:a b
4 Total Accounting
5 Each Job Account
6
Account. List
*********************
[ Exit
]
Account. List:
a b
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[ Menu
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Account. List].
5
Press the OK key. Account. List appears.
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Management
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2 Delete
3 Add Account
*********************
Account Name:
*
[
T b
S
ABC
Text
Account ID:
6
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key), press the 
or  key to select [Add Account], and then press
the OK key.
7
Enter the account name and press the OK key.
8
Enter the account code and press the OK key.
]
b
*******************
S
k Dep.01:
a b
1
Exit
*********************
2 Detail
NOTE: Any account ID that has already registered
cannot be used. Enter any other account ID.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Exit] and then
press the OK key.
Select [Detail] and press the OK key to see
information of the registered accounts.
10 Account. List is displayed and the new account is
added to the account list.
Managing Accounts
This changes the registered account information or deletes the account.
Use the procedure below to manage accounts.
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
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11
Management
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
Job Account.Set.:a b
4 Total Accounting
5 Each Job Account
6
Account. List
*********************
[ Exit
]
Account. List:
a b
k
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[ Menu
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Account. List].
5
Press the OK key. Account. List appears.
The procedure differs depending on the details to be
edited.
Changing account information
1
Press the  or  key to select the account whose
information you want to change, and then press
the OK key.
2
Press the  or  key to select the item you want
to change, press [Edit] (the Right Select key),
change account information and restriction of use,
and then press the OK key.
Account. List:
a b
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[ Menu
]
Detail:
C b
Account Name:
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[
Edit
]
NOTE: Activate or deactivate restriction. Refer to
Restricting the Use of the Machine on page 11-22.
3
11-20
Repeat step 2 to change items as necessary.
Management
Overwrite.
Are you sure?
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[
Yes
] [
No
4
After completing changing the account
information, press the OK key again. A
confirmation screen appears.
5
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The account
information is changed. Registered. is displayed
and the screen returns to Account. List.
]
Deleting an account
Account. List:
a b
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[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2
Delete
*********************
3 Add Account
Delete.
Are you sure?
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[
Yes
] [
No
1
Press the  or  key to select the account you
want to delete, and then press [Menu] (the Right
Select key).
2
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
3
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
11
]
4
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The account is
deleted. Completed. is displayed and the screen
returns to Account. List.
Managing the Copier/Printer Counts
You can select how the copying and printing page counts are shown - either the total of both or each of copying
and printing individually. The selection may influence restriction on the count and count method. Refer to
Restricting the Use of the Machine on page 11-22, Counting the Number of Pages Printed on page 11-29 and
Printing an Accounting Report on page 11-33 for details.
Use the procedure below to set the counting methods.
11-21
Management
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
Job Account.Set.:a b
1
Job Accounting
*********************
2 AccountingAccess
3 Account. Report
[ Exit
]
Default Setting: a b
1 Apply Limit
2
Copy/Print Count
*********************
3 Counter Limit
[ Exit
]
Copy/Print Count:a b
1 Total
2 *Split
*********************
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Default Setting].
5
Press the OK key. The Default Setting menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Copy/Print Count].
7
Press the OK key. Copy/Print Count appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Total] or [Split].
9
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Default Setting menu.
Restricting the Use of the Machine
This section explains how to restrict the use of the machine by account or the number of sheets available.
The items that can be restricted differ depending on whether [Split] or [Total] is selected for Managing the
Copier/Printer Counts on page 11-21.
11-22
Management
Restriction Items
 [Split] selected for Copier/Printer Count
Item
Detail
Copier print limit
(total)
A limit can be set for the total number of full color
copies, monochrome copies, and black & white
copies.
Copier print limit
(full color)
A limit can be set for the number of full color copies.
Printer print limit
(total)
A limit can be set for the total number of pages
printed in color and black & white.
Printer print limit
(color)
A limit can be set for the number of pages printed in
color.
Scan Restriction
(Others)
Limits the number of sheets scanned (excludes
copying).
Fax TX
Restriction
Limits the number of sheets sent by fax. (Only on
products with the fax function installed)
 [Total] selected for Copier/Printer Count
Item
Detail
Print limit (total)
A limit can be set for the total number of printer and
copier pages printed.
Print limit (full
color)
A limit can be set for the number of pages printed in
full color.
Scan Restriction
(Others)
Limits the number of sheets scanned (excludes
copying).
Fax TX
Restriction
Limits the number of sheets sent by fax. (Only on
products with the fax function installed)
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Management
Applying Restriction
Restriction can be applied in two modes as follows:
Item
Description
Off
No restriction given
Counter Limit
Restricts the print counter in one-page increments
up to 9,999,999 copies.
Reject Usage
Restriction is applied.
Use the procedure below to select a restriction method.
Account. List:
a b
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[ Menu
]
Detail:
C b
Print Restrict.: 4/6
Total
Off
[ Edit
]
Detail:
C b
Print Restrict.: 4/7
Copier
Off
[ Edit
]
Print Restrict.: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Counter Limit
3 Reject Usage
1
Follow steps 1 to 7 of Adding an Account on page
11-18.
2
In Account. List, press the  or  key to select the
account to which you want to set restriction of use,
and then press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select the item to be
restricted and then press [Edit] (the Right Select
key).
When selecting [Split] in Copy/Print Count, screen
changes as shown in the left.
4
11-24
Press the  or  key to select the desired
restriction method and then press the OK key.
Management
If you select [Counter Limit], enter the upper limit
number of pages in the next screen, and then
press the OK key.
Limit Pages:
D b
(1 - 9999999)
**123456*pages
Overwrite.
Are you sure?
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[
Yes
] [
No
5
Repeat step 3 to 4 to set items as necessary.
6
Press the OK key again. A confirmation screen
appears.
7
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The restriction of
use is changed. Registered. is displayed and the
screen returns to Account. List.
]
Applying Limit of Restriction
This specifies how the machine behaves when the counter has reached the limit of restriction. The table below
describes the action taken.
Item
Description
Immediately *
Job stops when the counter reaches its limit.
Subsequently
Printing/scanning of the job continues but the
subsequent job will be rejected.
Alert Only
Job continues while displaying an alert message.
*
The next job will be prohibited in sending or in storing in the box.
Use the procedure below to apply the restriction limit.
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
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11
Management
Job Account.Set.:a b
4 Total Accounting
5
Each Job Account
*********************
6 Account. List
[ Exit
]
Default Setting: a b
1
Apply Limit
*********************
2 Copy/Print Count
3 Counter Limit
[ Exit
]
Apply Limit:
a b
1 Immediately
2
*Subsequently
*********************
3 Alert Only
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Default Setting].
5
Press the OK key. The Default Setting menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Apply Limit].
7
Press the OK key. Apply Limit appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Immediately],
[Subsequently] or [Alert Only].
9
Press the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Default Setting menu.
11-26
Management
Default Counter Limit
When you add a new account, you can change the default restrictions on the number of sheets used.
You can set any number from 1 to 9,999,999 in 1-sheet increments.
The items that can be set differ depending on whether [Split] or [Total] is selected for Managing the Copier/
Printer Counts on page 11-21.
Available Settings
 [Split] selected for Copier/Printer Count
Item
Detail
Copier print limit
(total)
A default value can be set for the total color copy
and black & white copy limit.
Copier print limit
(full color)
A default value can be set for the full color copy
limit.
Printer print limit
(total)
A default value can be set for the total color and
black & white printed page limit.
Printer print limit
(color)
A default value can be set for the color printed page
limit.
Scan Restriction
(Other)
Sets the default restriction on the number of sheets
used for scanning (excludes copying).
FAX TX
Restriction
Sets the default restriction on the number of sheets
used for sending faxes. (Only on products with the
fax function installed)
11
 [Total] selected for Copier/Printer Count
Item
Detail
Print limit (total)
A default value can be set for the full color printed
page limit.
Print limit (full
color)
Sets the default restriction on the total number of
sheets used for copying and printing.
Scan Restriction
(Other)
Sets the default restriction on the number of sheets
used for scanning (excludes copying).
FAX TX
Restriction
Sets the default restriction on the number of sheets
used for sending faxes. (Only on products with the
fax function installed)
Use the procedure below to specify the counter limits.
11-27
Management
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
Job Account.Set.:a b
1
Job Accounting
*********************
2 AccountingAccess
3 Account. Report
[ Exit
]
Default Setting: a b
1
Apply Limit
*********************
2 Copy/Print Count
3 Counter Limit
[ Exit
]
Counter Limit:
a b
1
Copy
Restriction
*********************
2 Print Restrict.
3 ScanRest.(Other)
Copy(Total):
D b
(1 - 9999999)
**123456*
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Default Setting].
5
Press the OK key. The Default Setting menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Counter Limit].
7
Press the OK key. Counter Limit appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select the item for which
you want to set the default restriction on the
number of sheets, and then press the OK key.
9
Use the numeric keys to enter the default
restriction on the number of sheets, and then press
the OK key.
Completed. is displayed and the screen returns to
Counter Limit.
10 Repeat steps 10 to 11 set other default restrictions
on the number of sheets.
11-28
Management
Counting the Number of Pages Printed
This counts the number of pages printed. Counts are classified into Total Job Accounting and Each Job
Accounting. A new count can also be started after resetting the count data which was stored for a certain period
of time.
Types of the counts are as follows.
Item
Detail
Printed Pages
Displays the number of pages copied and printed,
and the total number of pages used. You can also
use [Duplex Pages] and [Combine Pages] to check
the number of pages used.
Scanned Pages
Displays the number of pages scanned for copying,
faxing* and other functions, as well as the total
number of pages scanned.
FAX TX Pages*
Displays the number of pages faxed.
FAX TX Time*
Displays the total duration of fax transmissions.
*
Only on products with the fax function installed
Total Job Accounting/Resetting the Counter
This counts the number of pages for all accounts and resets the counts for those accounts together at the same
time.
Use the procedure below to check and reset the counter.
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
Job Account.Set.:a b
1
Job Accounting
*********************
2 AccountingAccess
3 Account. Report
[ Exit
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Total Accounting].
11-29
11
Management
Total Accounting:a b
1
Printed Pages
*********************
2 Scanned Pages
3 FAX TX Pages
[ Exit
]
5
Press the OK key. The Total Accounting menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the function of
which you want to check counts, and then press
the OK key.
If you select [Printed Pages], select the item for
which you want to check printed page counts, and
then press the OK key. Press the  or  key to
switch the counted items.
If you select [Scanned Pages], press the  or 
key to switch the counted items.
Copy/Print Pages:C b
Copy(B & W):
1/5
1234567
Total Accounting:a b
1 Printed Pages
2 Scanned Pages
3
Counter Reset
*********************
[ Exit
]
Reset counter.
Are you sure?
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[
Yes
] [
No
7
After confirming the content, press the OK key.
The screen returns to the Total Accounting menu.
8
To reset the counter, press the  or  key to
select [Counter Reset].
9
Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
]
10 Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The counter is
reset. Completed. is displayed and the screen
returns to the Total Accounting menu.
Each Job Accounting/Resetting the Counter
This counts the number of pages for each account and resets the counts by account.
Use the procedure below to display and reset the counter.
11-30
Management
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
Job Account.Set.:a b
4 Total Accounting
5
Each Job Account
*********************
6 Account. List
[ Exit
]
Each Job Account: a b
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1
Printed Pages
*********************
2 Scanned Pages
3 Counter Reset
[ Exit
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Each Job
Account].
5
Press the OK key. The Each Job Accounting menu
appears.
6
Press the  or  key to select the account of
which you want to check counts.
7
Press the OK key. A menu for the account
appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select the function of
which you want to check counts, and then press
the OK key.
If you select [Printed Pages], select the item for
which you want to check printed page counts, and
then press the OK key. Press the  or  key to
switch the counted items.
11-31
11
Management
If you select [Scanned Pages], press the  or 
key to switch the counted items.
Copy/Print Pages:C b
Copy(B & W):
1/5
1234567
Limit:1234567
If the number of output sheets is restricted by an
account management function, the upper limit on
the number of output sheets is also displayed.
9
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1
Printed Pages
*********************
2 Scanned Pages
3 Counter Reset
[ Exit
]
Yes
] [
No
10 To reset the counter, press the  or  key to
select [Counter Reset].
11 Press the OK key. A confirmation screen appears.
Reset counter.
Are you sure?
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[
After confirming the content, press the OK key.
The screen returns to the menu for the account.
]
12 Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The counter is
reset. Completed. is displayed and the screen
returns to the menu for the account.
11-32
Management
Printing an Accounting Report
Total pages counted at all relevant accounts can be printed as an accounting report.
Reports have different formats depending on how the count of copiers and printers is administered.
When Split is selected for Managing the Copier/Printer Count
For the count by paper size, the report will be printed by size.
Use the procedure below to print a job accounting report.
User/Job Account:a b
1 User Login Set.
2
Job Account.Set.
*********************
3 Unknown ID Job
[ Exit
]
Job Account.Set.:a b
1
Job Accounting
*********************
2 AccountingAccess
3 Account. Report
[ Exit
]
1
See the procedure for displaying user control on
page 11-2, and display the User/Job Account.
2
In the User/Job Account menu, press the  or 
key to select [Job Account. Set.].
3
Press the OK key. The Job Account. Set. menu
appears.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Account. Report]
and then press the OK key.
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11
Management
Print.
Are you sure?
z Total JobAccounting
[
Yes
] [
No
5
]
11-34
In the confirmation screen, press [Yes] (the Left
Select key). A job accounting report is printed.
Management
Checking the Counter
You can check the number of pages printed and scanned.
The number is counted by the following items:
Item
Printed
Pages
Description
By Function
You can check the number of pages copied,
faxed*, and printed, and the total number of
pages used.
By Paper
Size
You can check the number of pages printed
for each paper size.
Scanned Pages
*
You can check the number of pages copied,
faxed*, and otherwise scanned, and the
total number of pages used.
FAX functions available only on products with the fax function
installed.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2
Counter
*********************
3 System/Network
[ Exit
]
Login User Name L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
1
Press the system menu / counter key, press  or
 key to select [Counter] from the system menu /
counter menu, and press the OK key.
2
If user control is available, the user authentication
screen appears. Enter the Login User Name and
Login Password, and press [Login]. In this case,
log in with administrator authority. For the default
Login User Name and Login Password, see
Adding a User on page 11-6.
]
Counter:
a b
1
Printed
Pages
*********************
2 Scanned Pages
3 Full Color Pages
[ Exit
]
3
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-9 for details on entering characters.
If you select [Printed Pages], select [by Function]
or [by Paper Size] in the next screen, and then
press the OK key.
Printed Pages:
a b
1
by Function
*********************
2 by Paper Size
[
Exit
Press the  or  key to select [Printed Pages],
[Scanned Pages] or [Full Color Pages], and then
press the OK key.
]
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11
Management
Printed Pages:
Copy(B & W):
1234567
C b
1/5
4
Press the  or  key to check the count.
5
After completing checking the count, press the OK
key. The screen returns to the menu for the
account.
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Appendix
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Optional Equipment ......................................... Appendix-2
Character Entry Method .................................. Appendix-9
Paper ............................................................. Appendix-13
Color balance adjustment.............................. Appendix-23
Sharpness adjustment................................... Appendix-24
Color saturation adjustment........................... Appendix-24
Specifications................................................. Appendix-25
Glossary ........................................................ Appendix-29
Appendix-1
Optional Equipment
Overview of Optional Equipment
The following optional equipment is available for the machine.
Expansion Memory
SSD
Wireless Network
Interface Kit
Network Interface kit
Cover
Paper Feeder
Paper Feeder
Two additional cassettes identical to the machine’s cassettes can be installed in the machine. Paper capacity
and loading method are the same as Cassettes 1.
NOTE: To allow paper to be removed when a paper jam occurs, there is a cover (rear cover) on the rear side
of the paper feeder.
CAUTION: When using the paper feeder, be sure to replace the cover.
Expansion Memory
To expand the printer memory for more complex print jobs and faster print speed, you can plug in optional memory
module (dual in line memory module) in the memory slot provided on the main controller board. You can select
additional memory module from 256, 512 or 1024 MB. The maximum memory size is 2048 MB.
NOTE: The expansion memory should only be installed by your service technician. We shall not be liable for any
damages caused by improper installation of expansion memory.
Appendix-2
Precautions for Handling the Memory Module
Correct
Incorrect
To protect electronic parts, discharge static
electricity from your body by touching a water pipe
(faucet) or other large metal object before handling
the memory module. Or, wear an antistatic wrist
strap, if possible, when you install the memory
module.
Installing the Memory Module
1
Turn off the machine and disconnect the power
cord and interface cable.
2
Remove the right cover with a piece of metal
similar to coin.
3
Open the inside cover.
4
Remove the memory module from its package.
Appendix-3
5
With the memory connection terminal pointing
toward the socket, align the cut-out part with the
socket terminal and insert directly in at an angle.
CAUTION: Before inserting a memory module in the
machine, make sure that the machine is switched off.
6
Carefully press the inserted memory down and into
the machine.
7
Reinstall the right cover.
Removing the Memory Module
To remove a memory module, remove the right cover
and the memory slot cover from the machine. Then,
carefully push out the two socket clamps. Ease the
memory module out of the socket to remove.
Verifying the expanded memory
To verify that the memory module is working properly,
test it by printing a status page.
Card Authentication Kit
User login administration can be performed using IC cards. To do so, it is necessary to register IC card
information on the previously registered local user list. For more information about how to register this
information, refer to the IC Card Authentication Kit Operation Guide.
SSD
With SSD installed in the machine, received data can be rasterized and stored on this SSD. This enables highspeed printing of multiple copies using an electric sort function. Also, you can use the Document Box functions.
For details, refer to Document Box on page 6-1.
Option Interface
Slot
Appendix-4
Network Interface Kit
Along with the standard for the network interface on the machine, the network interface kit supports TCP/IP and
NetBEUI protocols, so that the machine can be used on network environments including Windows, Macintosh,
UNIX, etc. The network interface kit must be installed in the option interface slot at the back of the machine as
shown in the figure.
Option Interface
Slot
CAUTION: Before installing, verify your network environment and other important information with your dealer.
Wireless Network Interface Kit
This is a wireless network interface kit which supports the wireless network specifications IEEE802.11n (Max
300 Mbps) and 11 g/b. With the utilities supplied, settings are possible for a variety of OS and network protocols.
Option Interface
Slot
CAUTION: Before installing, verify your network environment and other important information with your dealer.
USB Keyboard
A USB keyboard can be used to enter information into the text fields on the operation panel. Please contact
your dealer or service representative for information on keyboards that are compatible with your MFP before
you purchase one.
ThinPrint Option
This application allows print data to be printed directly without a print driver.
Appendix-5
Optional Function
You can use the optional applications installed on this machine.
Overview of the Applications
The applications listed below are installed on this machine.
You can use these applications for a limited period on a trial basis.
•
UG-33 (ThinPrint) (This application can only be activated in Europe.)
This application allows print data to be printed directly without a print driver.
NOTE: Restrictions such as the number of times the application can be used during the trial period differ
depending on the application.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System
*********************
[ Exit
]
1
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
]
System:
a b
1
Network
Setting
*********************
2 I/F Block Set.
3 Security Level
[ Exit
]
Op Function:
a b
1
ID-Card
g
*********************
2 UG-33
T
[ Menu
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System], and press the OK key.
2
The System menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Op Function].
4
Press the OK key. The Op Function menu
appears.
5
Press the  or  key to select desired application.
]
Appendix-6
Licence On:
a b
1
*Official
*********************
2 Trial
6
Press the OK key. The selected application menu
appears.
7
Press the  or  key to select [Official] or [Trial].
If you select [Official], the License key entry
screen is displayed. Enter the License key using
the numeric keys and press the OK key.
To use the application as a trial, press [Trial]
without entering the License key.
Test the optional
function for a
limited time.
Are you sure?
[ Yes
] [
No
If you select [Trial] and press the OK key, the
confirmation screen appears. Press [Yes] (the
Right Select key).
]
8
Licensed. is displayed and the screen returns to
the Op Function menu.
CAUTION: If you change the date/time while using an application, you will no longer be able to use the
application.
Checking Application Details
Use the procedure below to check the details of an application.
Sys. Menu/Count.:a b
1 Report
2 Counter
3
System
*********************
[ Exit
]
In the Sys. Menu/Count. menu, press the  or 
key to select [System], and press the OK key.
When you are performing user management and
have not logged in, a login screen will appear.
Then, enter the Login User Name and Login
Password to log in, and press [Login] (the Right
Select key).
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[ Login
1
]
Appendix-7
System:
a b
1
Network Setting
*********************
2 I/F Block Set.
3 Security Level
[ Exit
]
Op Function:
a b
1
ID-Card
g
*********************
2 UG-33
T
[ Menu
2
The System menu appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Op Function].
4
Press the OK key. The Op Function menu
appears.
5
Press [Menu] (the Left Select key).
6
Press the  or  key to select [Detail]. The detail
setting screen appears.
]
Menu:
a b
1
Licence On
*********************
2 Detail
You can now view detailed information on the
selected application.
Appendix-8
Character Entry Method
In character entry screens, use the procedure below to enter characters.
Keys Used
Use the following keys to enter characters.
1
7
2
3
4
6
5
1. OK Key
Press this key to finalize the entered character(s).
2. Clear Key
Press this key to delete the character at the cursor position. If the cursor is at the end of
the line, the character to the left of it is deleted.
3. Back Key
Press this key to return to the screen from which you invoked the character entry screen.
4. Cursor Keys
Use these to select the entry position, or select a character from the character list.
5. Numeric Keys
Use these keys to select the character you want to enter.
6. Reset Key
Press this key to cancel the character entry procedure and return to the standby screen.
7. Right Select Key Press this key to select the type of characters you want to enter. (When [Text] is
displayed)
Appendix-9
Selecting Type of Characters
To enter characters, the following three types are available:
ABC
123
Symbols
To enter alphabets.
To enter numerals.
To enter symbols.
In a character entry screen, press [Text] (the Right
Select key) to select the type of characters you
want to enter.
File name input:
OsakaSD3*
[
123
Text
]
Current character type
[
ABC
Text
]
[
123
Text
]
Each time you press [Text] (the Right Select key),
the character type switches as follows: ABC, 123,
Symbol, ABC ...
a b
Symbols:
[
Text
]
NOTE: By pressing
on the numeric keys while
entering characters, you can directly display the
Symbols screen.
Appendix-10
Entering Characters
After selecting a character type, use the procedure below to enter characters.
Entering Alphabets and Numerals
Referring to the table below, press the key corresponding to the character you want to enter until it is displayed.
Key
*
Entry mode
Available characters
Alphabetic/Symbol
.@-_/:¯1
Numeric
1
Alphabetic/Symbol
abcABC2
Numeric
2
Alphabetic/Symbol
defDEF3
Numeric
3
Alphabetic/Symbol
ghiGHI4
Numeric
4
Alphabetic/Symbol
jklJKL5
Numeric
5
Alphabetic/Symbol
mnoMNO6
Numeric
6
Alphabetic/Symbol
pqrsPQRS7
Numeric
7
Alphabetic/Symbol
tuvTUV8
Numeric
8
Alphabetic/Symbol
wxyzWXYZ9
Numeric
9
Alphabetic/Symbol
. , - _ ’ ! ? (space) 0
Numeric
0
Alphabetic/Symbol
Switch between upper-/lowercase
Numeric
* or . (decimal point)*
Alphabetic/Symbol
Numeric
#
'*' is entered when [123] is selected in the character type selection,
or '.' is entered when only numerals are entered and no character
type is selected.
Appendix-11
Characters associated with different keys can be entered consecutively. To enter a character associated with
the same key after another, use cursor keys to move the cursor to the next entry position before entering it.
If you use cursor keys to move the cursor to an entry position apart from the end of the line and enter a character
there, spaces are automatically entered in between.
Entering Symbols
a b
Symbols:
[
Text
Press [Text] (the Right Select key) or # on the
numeric keys to display the Symbols screen. Use
cursor keys to select the symbol you want to enter
and then press the OK key.
]
Entry When [Select Character] Is Selected in Login Operation Settings
In the login screen that appears when user management is enabled, the character entry method may vary
depending on the settings. (Refer to Login Operation on page 8-62.)
Login User Name: a b
Kyocer*
*abcdefghijklmnopqrst
uvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
[ Next
]
If a character palette appears on the screen, use
cursor keys to select the desired character from
the displayed characters, and then press the OK
key to enter it.
NOTE: Numerals can be entered directly by pressing
numeric keys.
Appendix-12
Paper
This section explains the paper sizes and types that can be used in the paper source.
Cassette
Supported types
Plain (60g/m2 to 163g/m2)
Recycled (60g/m2 to 163g/m2)
Supported paper sizes
A4, B5, A5, Folio, Legal, Letter, Oficio
II, Statement, Executive, A6,
Envelope C5, 16K, 216 × 340 mm,
ISO B5, Custom
No. of sheets
250 (80g/m2)
Optional paper feeder
Supported types
Plain (60g/m2 to 163g/m2)
Recycled (60g/m2 to 163g/m2)
Color (Colour) (60g/m2 to 163g/m2)
Supported paper sizes
Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive,
Oficio II, A4, A5, B5, Folio, 16K,
216 × 340 mm, ISO B5, Envelope #6,
Envelope C5, Youkei 2, Envelope #10,
Envelope DL, Envelope #9, Envelope
Monarch, Youkei 4, Oufuku Hagaki,
Custom
No. of sheets
500 (80g/m2)
Optional paper feeder (Multi Purpose)
Supported types
Supported paper sizes
No. of sheets
Plain (60g/m2 to 220g/m2)
Recycled (60g/m2 to 220g/m2)
Color (Colour) (60g/m2 to 220g/m2)
Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive,
Oficio II, A4, A5, B5, Folio, 16K,
216 × 340 mm, Custom
500 (80g/m2)
Envelopes
ISO B5, Envelope #6, Envelope C5,
Youkei 2, Envelope #10, Envelope DL,
Envelope #9, Envelope Monarch,
Youkei 4, Oufuku Hagaki
Loading height: 40mm
Appendix-13
Multi Purpose tray (MP tray)
Supported types
Supported paper sizes
Plain, Preprinted, Labels, Bond,
Recycled, Rough, Vellum,
Letterhead, Color (Colour),
Prepunched, Coated, High Quality,
Custom 1 to 8
Letter, Legal, Statement, Executive,
Oficio II, A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, Folio,
16K, 216×340 mm
Thick paper
A4, JIS B5, A5, Folio, Legal, Letter,
Oficio II, Statement, Executive, A6,
B6, ISO B5, 16K
No. of sheets
50 (80g/m2)
Other sizes:
Portrait-2.76 to 8.50" or 70 to 216 mm
Landscape-5.83 to 14.02" or 148 to
356 mm
1
Other sizes:
Portrait-2.76 to 8.50" or 70 to 216 mm
Landscape-5.83 to 14.02" or 148 to
356 mm
Postcards
Oufuku Hagaki (return postcard)
Postcards (100 × 148 mm)
Return postcard (148 × 200 mm)
15
Envelopes
ISO B5, Envelope #10, Envelope #9,
Envelope #6, Envelope Monarch,
Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Youkei 4,
Youkei 2
5
Other sizes:
Portrait-2.76 to 8.50" or 70 to 216 mm
Landscape-5.83 to 14.02" or 148 to
356 mm
Transparency (OHP film)
Letter, A4
Appendix-14
1
Basic Paper Specifications
This machine is designed to print on standard copy paper as used in regular ('dry') copiers and page printers
such as laser printers. It also supports a variety of other types of paper that conform to the specifications given
in this appendix.
Be careful when choosing paper. Paper unsuitable for the machine may cause jams or may be wrinkled.
Supported Paper
Use standard copy paper for regular copiers or laser printers. The printing quality will be affected by the quality
of paper. Poor quality paper may result in unsatisfactory output.
Basic Paper Specifications
The following table lists the specifications of paper that is supported with this machine. Refer to the subsequent
sections for further details.
Criteria
Weight
Specifications
Cassette 1: 60 to 163 g/m2
Multi purpose tray: 60 to 220 g/m2
Thickness
0.086 to 0.110 mm
Dimensional accuracy
±0.7 mm
Squareness of corners
90° ±0.2°
Moisture content
9%
Grain direction
Long grain (paper supply direction)
Pulp content
80% or more
NOTE: Some recycled paper does not meet requirements for use with this machine as listed in the Basic
Paper Specifications shown below, such as moisture or pulp content. For this reason, we recommend
purchasing a small amount of recycled paper as a sample for testing prior to use. Choose recycled paper that
gives the best printing results and contains low levels of paper dust.
We are not responsible for the problems occurred from the use of paper that does not conform to our
specifications.
Appendix-15
Choosing the Appropriate Paper
This section describes guidelines for choosing paper.
Condition
Avoid using paper with bent corners or that is curled, dirty, or torn. Do not use paper that has a rough surface
or paper fiber lint, or that is especially delicate. Use of paper in any of these conditions will not only deliver poor
copies but may also cause jams and shorten the useful life of the machine. Choose paper with a smooth and
even surface; however, avoid coated paper or paper with a treated surface as it may damage the drum or fusing
unit.
Ingredient
Do not use paper such as paper that has been coated or surface-treated or paper that contains plastic or
carbon. These paper may produce harmful fumes from the heat of printing and may damage the drum.
Be sure to use the standard paper that contains at least 80% pulp, i.e., not more than 20% of the total paper
content consists of cotton or other fibers.
Supported Paper Sizes
Paper of the following sizes is supported by the machine.
Measurements in the table take into account a ±0.7 mm dimensional accuracy for length and width. Corner
angles must be 90° ± 0.2°.
Multi Purpose Tray
Cassette 1 or Multi
Purpose Tray
B6 (128 × 182 mm)
Letter
Envelope #10 (Commercial #10) (4 1/8 × 9 1/2")
Legal
Envelope #9 (Commercial #9) (3 7/8 × 8 7/8")
Statement
Envelope #6 (Commercial #6 3/4) (3 5/8 × 6 1/2")
Executive
Envelope Monarch (3 7/8 × 7 1/2")
Oficio II
Envelope DL (110 × 220 mm)
A4 (297 × 210 mm)
Hagaki (100 × 148mm)
A5 (210 × 148 mm)
Oufuku Hagaki (148 × 200 mm)
A6 (105 × 148 mm)
Youkei 4 (105 × 235 mm)
B5 (257 × 182 mm)
Youkei 2 (114 × 162 mm)
ISO B5 (176 × 250 mm)
Size Entry (70 × 148 to 216 × 356 mm)
Folio (210 × 330 mm)
16K (273 × 197 mm)
216 × 340 mm
Envelope C5 (162 × 229mm)
Appendix-16
Smoothness
The paper surface should be smooth, but it must be uncoated. With paper that is too smooth and slippery,
several sheets may accidentally be supplied at once, causing jams.
Basis Weight
In countries that use the metric system, basis weight is the weight in grams of one sheet of paper one square
meter in area. In the United States, basis weight is the weight in pounds of one ream (500 sheets) of paper cut
to the standard size (or trade size) for a specific grade of paper. Paper that is too heavy or too light may be
supplied incorrectly or cause paper jams, which may cause excessive wear of the machine. Mixed paper weight
(i.e., thickness) may cause several sheets to be supplied at once accidentally and may also cause blurring or
other printing problems if the toner fails to adhere correctly.
The recommended basis weight is between 60 and 163 g/m2 for the cassette 1 and between 60 and 220 g/m2
for the multi purpose tray.
Thickness
Avoid using paper that is too thick or thin. Signs that paper may be thin include frequent problems with paper
jams or with several sheets being supplied at once. Paper jams may also indicate that the paper is too thick.
The proper thickness is between 0.086 and 0.110 mm.
Moisture Content
Paper moisture content is the ratio of moisture to dryness expressed as a percentage. Moisture affects how the
paper is supplied, the electrostatic changeability of the paper, and how the toner adheres.
Paper moisture content varies depending on the relative humidity in the room. High relative humidity causes
paper to become damp, making the edges expand so it appears wavy. Low relative humidity causes paper to
lose moisture, making the edges tighten and weakening print contrast.
Wavy or tight edges may cause the paper to slip when it is supplied. Try to keep the moisture content between
4 to 6%.
To maintain the right level of moisture content, bear in mind the following considerations.
•
Store paper in a cool, well-ventilated place.
•
Store paper flat and unopened in the package. Once the package is opened, reseal it if the paper is not to
be used for a while.
•
Store paper sealed in the original package and box. Put a pallet under the carton to keep it raised above the
floor. Especially during rainy seasons keep the paper a sufficient distance away from wooden or concrete
floors.
•
Before using paper that has been stored, keep it at the proper moisture level for at least 48 hours.
•
Do not store paper where it is exposed to heat, sunlight, or dampness.
Other Paper Specifications
Porosity: The density of the paper fibers
Stiffness: Paper must be stiff enough or it may buckle in the machine, causing jams.
Appendix-17
Curl: Most paper naturally tends to curl after the package is opened. When paper passes through the fixing unit,
it curls upward slightly. To deliver flat printouts, load the paper so that the curl faces towards the bottom of the
paper tray.
Static electricity: During printing, paper is electrostatically charged so that the toner adheres. Choose paper
that can be discharged quickly so that copies do not cling together.
Whiteness: Paper whiteness affects print contrast. Use whiter paper for sharper, brighter copies.
Quality: Machine problems may occur if sheet sizes are not uniform or if corners are not square, edges are
rough, sheets are uncut, or edges or corners are crushed. In order to prevent these problems, be especially
careful when you cut the paper yourself.
Packaging: Choose paper that is properly packaged and stacked in boxes. Ideally, the packaging itself should
have been treated with a coating to inhibit moisture.
Specially treated paper: We do not recommend printing onto the following types of paper, even if it conforms
to the basic specifications. When you use these kinds of paper, purchase a small amount first as a sample to
test.
•
Glossy paper
•
Watermarked paper
•
Paper with an uneven surface
•
Perforated paper
Special Paper
This section describes printing onto special paper and print media.
The following paper and media can be used.
•
Transparency (OHP film)
•
Rough
•
Vellum
•
Labels
•
Recycled
•
Preprinted
•
Bond
•
Cardstock
•
Color (Colour)
•
Prepunched
•
Letterhead
•
Envelope
•
Thick
•
Coated
•
High Quality
•
Custom 1 to 8
When using these paper and media, choose that are designed specifically for copiers or page printers (such as
laser printers). Use the multi purpose tray for transparencies, thick paper, envelopes, cardstocks, and label
paper.
Appendix-18
Choosing Special Paper
Although special paper that meets the following requirements can be used with the machine, print quality will
vary considerably due to differences in the construction and quality of special paper. Thus, special paper is
more likely than regular paper to cause printing problems. Before purchasing special paper in volume, try testing
a sample to ensure the print quality is satisfactory. General precautions when printing onto special paper are
given below. Note that we are not responsible for any harm to the user or damage to the machine caused by
moisture or specifications of special paper.
Select a cassette or multi purpose tray for special paper.
Transparency (OHP film)
Transparencies must be able to withstand the heat of printing. Transparencies must meet the following
conditions.
Criteria
Specifications
Heat resistance
Must withstand at least 190°C
Thickness
0.100 to 0.110 mm
Material
Polyester
Dimensional accuracy
±0.7 mm
Squareness of corners
90° ±0.2°
To avoid problems, use the multi purpose tray for transparencies and load transparencies with the long side
facing the machine.
If transparencies jam frequently at output, try pulling the leading edge of sheets gently as they are ejected.
Cardstock
Burrs
Burrs
Before loading Hagaki into the multi purpose tray, fan
them and align the edges. If the Hagaki paper is
curled, straighten it before loading. Printing onto
curled Hagaki may cause jams.
Use unfolded Oufuku Hagaki (available at post offices).
Some Hagaki may still have rough edges developed by
a paper cutter on the back side. Remove any such
rough edges by placing the Hagaki on a flat surface and
rubbing the edges gently a few times with a ruler.
Appendix-19
Envelopes
Envelopes should always be fed from the Multi Purpose tray or paper feeder (multi purpose), with the print-side
up. If you use envelopes quite often, we recommend to use the paper feeder (multi purpose).
Due to the structure of envelopes, printing evenly over the entire surface may not be possible in some cases.
Thin envelopes in particular may be wrinkled by the machine in some cases as they pass through. Before
purchasing envelopes in volume, try testing a sample to ensure the print quality.
Storing envelopes for a long period may cause them to become wrinkled. Thus, keep the package sealed until
you are ready to use them.
Keep the following points in mind.
Do not use envelopes with exposed adhesive. In addition, do not use the type of envelope in which the adhesive
is exposed after the top layer is peeled off. Serious damage may be caused if the paper covering the adhesive
comes off in the machine.
Do not use envelopes with certain special features. For example, do not use envelopes with a grommet for
winding a string to close the flap or envelopes with an open or film-covered window.
If paper jams occur, load fewer envelopes at once.
To prevent paper jams when printing onto multiple envelopes, do not allow more than ten envelopes remain in
the top tray at once.
Thick Paper
Before loading thick paper in the multi purpose tray, fan it and align the edges. Some thick paper may still have
rough edges developed by a paper cutter on the back side. Remove any such rough edges just as with Hagaki
by placing the paper on a flat surface and rubbing the edges gently a few times with a ruler. Printing onto paper
with rough edges may cause jams.
NOTE: If the paper is not supplied correctly even after it is smoothed, load the paper in the multi purpose tray
with the leading edge raised a few millimeters.
Label
Labels must be fed from the Multi Purpose tray or paper feeder (multi purpose).
For selecting labels, use extreme care so that the adhesive may not come in direct contact with any part of the
machine and that the labels are not easily peeled from the carrier sheet. Adhesives that stick to the drum or
rollers and peeled labels remaining in the machine may cause a failure.
When printing onto labels, you must be liable for the print quality and possible trouble.
Top sheet
Adhesive layer
Carrier sheet
Labels consist of three layers as shown in the
illustration. The adhesive layer contains materials that
are easily affected by the force applied in the machine.
The carrier sheet bears the top sheet until the label is
used. This composition of labels may cause more
problems.
Appendix-20
The label surface must be covered completely with the
top sheet. Gaps between labels may cause peeling of
labels, resulting in a serious failure.
Some label paper has large margins on the top sheet. When using such paper, do not peel these margins from
the carrier sheet before completing output.
Allowed
Not allowed
Top sheet
Carrier sheet
Use label paper that conforms to the following specifications.
Item
Specifications
Top sheet weight
44 to 74 g/m²
Basis weight
(overall paper weight)
104 to 151 g/m²
Top sheet thickness
0.086 to 0.107 mm
Overall paper thickness
0.115 to 0.145 mm
Moisture content
4 to 6 % (composite)
Colored Paper
Colored paper must conform to the specifications listed on the page 15 of the Appendix. In addition, the
pigments in the paper must be able to withstand the heat of printing (up to 200°C or 392°F).
NOTE: If you use colored paper quite often, we recommend to use paper feeder (multi purpose).
Preprinted Paper
Preprinted paper must conform to the specifications listed on the page 13 of the Appendix. The colored ink must
be able to withstand the heat of printing. It must be resistant to silicone oil as well. Do not use paper with a
treated surface such as glossy paper used for calendars.
Recycled Paper
Recycled paper must conform to the specifications listed on the page 15 of the Appendix; however, its
whiteness may be considered separately.
NOTE: Before purchasing recycled paper in volume, try testing a sample to ensure that the print quality.
Appendix-21
Coated Paper
Coated paper is created by treating the surface of the base paper with a coating that provides higher printing
quality than plain paper. Coated paper is used for particularly high quality printing.
The surface of high-quality or medium-quality paper is coated with special agents that improve ink adhesion by
making the paper surface smoother. These agents are used either to coat both sides of the paper or just one
side. The coated side appears slightly glossy.
IMPORTANT: When printing on coated paper in very humid environments, ensure that the paper is kept dry as
moisture may cause sheets to stick together when they are fed into the printer.
Paper Type Indicators (paper feeder (multi purpose))
If you are going to load non-standard paper in the paper feeder
(multi purpose), fold the provided paper type indicator sheet into
thirds so that the appropriate paper type symbol faces out and is at
the top, and insert it into the cassette's display folder.
:Envelopes
:Thick paper
:Labels
:Coated paper
The blank sheet can be used to write in any name or symbol.
When writing in a name or symbol on the bottom part of the sheet,
invert it with respect to the top part.
Appendix-22
Color balance adjustment
Adjust the strength of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black to make fine hue adjustments. (Refer to the Operation
Guide for configuration details)
More Magenta
More Yellow
Less Black
More Cyan
Original
Less Cyan
More Black
Less Yellow
Less Magenta
Appendix-23
Sharpness adjustment
Adjust the sharpness of image outlines. (Refer to the Operation Guide for configuration details)
Less Sharp
Original
More Sharp
Color saturation adjustment
The color saturation of the image can be adjusted. Color can be emphasized, or color can be made paler and
closer to a monotone.
Original
Setting a low color
saturation
Setting a high color
saturation
Appendix-24
Specifications
NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Common functions
Description
Item
ECOSYS M6026cdn
ECOSYS M6526cdn
Type
Desktop
Printing Method
Electrophotography by semiconductor laser
Image Write System
Semiconductor laser
Paper
Weight
Cassette 1
60 to 163 g/m2 (Duplex: 60 to 163 g/m2)
Multi Purpose
Tray
60 to 220 g/m2, 230 µm (Cardstock)
Paper Type
Cassette 1
Plain, Rough, Recycled, Preprinted, Bond, Color (Colour), Prepunched,
Letterhead, Thick, High Quality, Custom 1 to 8 (Duplex: Same as
Simplex)
Multi Purpose
Tray
Plain, Transparency (OHP film), Rough, Vellum, Labels, Recycled,
Preprinted, Bond, Cardstock, Color (Colour), Prepunched, Letterhead,
Thick, Envelope, Coated, High Quality, Custom 1 to 8
Cassette 1
Maximum: 8 1/2 × 14"/Legal (Duplex: 8 1/2 × 14"/Legal)
Minimum: 5 1/2 × 8 1/2"/A6 (Duplex: 7 1/4 × 10 1/2"/A5)
Multi Purpose
Tray
Maximum: 8 1/2 × 14"/Legal
Minimum: 3 5/8 × 6 1/2"/B6
Cassette 1
250 sheets (80 g/m2)
Multi Purpose
Tray
50 sheets (80 g/m2, plain paper, A4/Letter or less)
Paper Size
Paper
Capacity
Output Tray Capacity
150 sheets (80 g/m2)
Memory
Standard: 1GB
Interface
Maximum: 2GB
Standard
USB Hi-Speed Interface: 1 Print, Scan (TWAIN/WIA)
USB memory slot: 2 Print to USB, Scan to USB, Card Authentication kit
Network interface: 1 (10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX (TCP/IP, NetBEUI))
Print Scan (TWAIN/WIA), Scan to (SMB/FTP/Mail)
Option
eKUIO slot: 1
Appendix-25
Description
Item
Operating
Environment
Warm-up
Time
(22°C/
71.6°F,60%)
ECOSYS M6526cdn
ECOSYS M6026cdn
Temperature
10 to 32.5°C/50 to 90.5°F
Humidity
15 to 80 %
Altitude
8,200 feet/2,500 m or less
Brightness
1,500 lux or less
Power on
29 seconds or less
Low Power
Mode
11 seconds or less
Sleep
17 seconds or less
Dimension (W × D × H)
20 15/64 × 21 42/64 × 22 53/64"
514 × 550 × 580 mm
20 15/64 × 21 42/64 × 22 53/64"
514 × 550 × 580 mm
Weight (with toner container)
80.3 lb/36.5 kg
80.3 lb/36.5 kg
Space Required (W × D)
20 15/64 × 29 17/32"
514 × 750 mm (with Multi Purpose Tray expanded)
Power Requirement
120V Specification Model: 120V AC, 60Hz more than 8.9A
230V Specification Model: 220 - 240V AC, 50/60Hz more than 4.7A
Options
Paper feeder (up to 2 units), Expanded memory, Card Authentication Kit,
SSD, Network Interface Kit, Wireless Network Interface Kit
Copy functions
Item
Description
Copy Speed
Simplex
A4: 26 sheets/min
Legal: 23 sheets/min
Letter: 28 sheets/min
A5/B5/A6 (until 15th image): 28 sheets/min
A5/B5/A6 (from 16th image): 14 sheets/min
First Print
Time
(A4, feed
from
Cassette 1)
Black & White
When using the document processor: 11 seconds or less
When the document processor is not used: 10 seconds or less
Color
When using the document processor: 13 seconds or less
When the document processor is not used: 12 seconds or less
Zoom Level
Manual mode: 25 to 400%, 1% increments
Fixed magnifications:
400%, 200%, 141%, 129%, 115%, 90%, 86%, 78%, 70%, 64%, 50%, 25%
Continuous Copying
1 to 999 sheets (can be set in one sheet increments)
Resolution
600 × 600 dpi
Supported Original Types
Sheet, Book, 3-dimensional objects (maximum original size: Folio/Legal)
Original Feed System
Fixed
Appendix-26
Printer functions
Item
Printing
Speed
(60 to 105 g/m2)
Description
Simplex
A4: 26 sheets/min
Legal: 23 sheets/min
Letter: 28 sheets/min
A5/B5/A6 (until 15th image): 28 sheets/min
A5/B5/A6 (from 16th image): 14 sheets/min
Duplex
A4: 13 sheets/min
Legal: 12 sheets/min
Letter: 13 sheets/min
First Print Time
(A4, feed from Cassette 1)
Black & White: 8.5 seconds or less
Color: 9.0 seconds or less
Resolution
600 dpi
Operating System
Windows XP, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003,
Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition, Windows Vista x86 Edition,
Windows Vista x64 Edition, Windows 7 x86 Edition,
Windows 7 x64 Edition, Windows Server 2008,
Windows Server 2008 x64 Edition, Windows Server 2012 x64 Edition,
Windows 8 x86 Edition, Windows 8 x64 Edition,
Apple Macintosh OS X (10.5 or later)
Page Description Language
PRESCRIBE
Emulations
PCL6 (PCL5e, PCL-XL), PCL6 (PCL5c, PCL-XL),
KPDL3 (PostScript3 compatible), PDF Direct Print Ver.1.7, XPS
Scanner functions
Item
Description
Resolution
600 dpi, 400 dpi, 300 dpi, 200 dpi, 200 x 400 dpi, 200 x 100 dpi
File Format
JPEG, TIFF, PDF, XPS, PDF/A, High Comp. PDF
Scanning Speed
1-sided: B/W 35 Images/min
Color 25 Images/min
2-sided: B/W 21 Images/min
Color 15 Images/min
(A4 landscape, 300 dpi, Image quality: Text/Photo original)
Network Protocol
TCP/IP
Transmission
System
PC transmission
*1
*2
SMB
Scan to SMB
FTP
Scan to FTP, FTP over SSL
E-mail transmission SMTP Scan to E-mail
TWAIN scan*1
WIA scan*2
Available Operating System : Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008,
Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows 8
Available Operating System : Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2,
Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows 8
Appendix-27
Document Processor
Item
Description
Original Feed
Method
Automatic feed
Supported
Original Types
Sheet originals
Paper Size
Maximum: Legal/A4
Minimum: Statement/A5
Paper Weight
50 to 120 g/m2 (Duplex: 50 to 110 g/m2)
Loading Capacity
50 sheets (50 to 80 g/m2) maximum
Dimensions
(W) × (D) × (H)
19 19/64 × 21 × 4 3/32"
490 × 338 × 104 mm
Weight
3 kg or less
Environmental Specifications
Description
Item
ECOSYS M6026cdn
ECOSYS M6526cdn
Time to Low Power mode (default setting)
1 minute
Recovery time from Low Power mode
11 seconds or less
Time to Sleep mode (default setting)
15 minutes
Recovery time from Sleep mode
17 seconds or less
Duplexing
Standard
Paper supply capability
100% recycled paper may be used.
NOTE: Consult your dealer or service representative for recommended paper types.
EN ISO 7779
Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB (A) oder weniger gemäß EN ISO 7779.
EK1-ITB 2000
Das Gerät ist nicht für die Benutzung im unmittelbaren Gesichtsfeld am Bildschirmarbeitsplatz vorgesehen. Um
störende Reflexionen am Bildschirmarbeitsplatz zu vermeiden, darf dieses Produkt nicht im unmittelbaren
Gesichtsfeld platziert werden.
Appendix-28
Glossary
AppleTalk
AppleTalk, which comes with Apple Computer's Mac OS, is a network protocol. AppleTalk enables file/printer
sharing and also enables you to utilize application software that is on another computer on the same AppleTalk
network.
Auto Form Feed Timeout
During data transmission, the machine may sometimes have to wait until receiving the next data. This is the
auto form feed timeout. When the preset timeout passes, the machine automatically put paper out. However,
no output is performed if the last page has no data to be printed.
Auto-IP
This is a protocol that automatically assigns IP addresses on a TCP/IP network. On a network without a DHCP
server, this can assign IP addresses so that there is no duplication with other devices. IP addresses are
assigned from the range 169.254.0.0 to 169.254.255.255, which is reserved for Auto-IP.
Auto Paper Selection
A function to automatically select paper in the same size as original at printing
Auto Sleep Mode
A mode designed for electrical power saving, activated when the machine is left unused or data transfer for a
specific period. In Sleep mode, power consumption is kept to a minimum.
Bonjour
Bonjour, also known as zero-configuration networking, is a service that automatically detects computers,
devices and services on an IP network. Bonjour, because an industry-standard IP protocol is used, allows
devices to automatically recognize each other without an IP address being specified or DNS server being set.
Bonjour also sends and receives network packets by UDP port 5353. If a firewall is enabled, the user must
check that UDP port 5353 is left open so that Bonjour will run correctly. Some firewalls are set up so as to reject
only certain Bonjour packets. If Bonjour does not run stably, check the firewall settings and ensure that Bonjour
is registered on the exceptions list and that Bonjour packets are accepted. If you install Bonjour on Windows
XP Service Pack 2 or later, the Windows firewall will be set up correctly for Bonjour.
Default Gateway
This indicates the device, such as a computer or router, that serves as the entrance/exit (gateway) for accessing
computers outside the network that you are on, When no specific gateway is designated for a destination IP
address, data is sent to the host designated as the Default Gateway.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) that automatically resolves IP addresses, subnet masks, and
gateway addresses on a TCP/IP network. DHCP minimizes the load of network management employing a large
number of client computers because it relieves individual clients including printers from the IP address being
assigned.
Appendix-29
dpi (dots per inch)
A unit for resolution, representing the number of dots printed per inch (25.4 mm).
EcoPrint Mode
A printing mode that helps save toner. Copies made in this mode are thus lighter than normal.
Emulation
The function to interpret and execute other printers' page description languages. The machine emulates
operation of PCL6 and KPDL3 (PostScript3 compatible).
FTP(File Transfer Protocol)
A protocol to transfer files on the TCP/IP network, whether the Internet or an intranet. Along with HTTP and
SMTP/POP, FTP is now frequently used on the Internet.
Grayscale
A computer color expression. Displayed images of this sort are typically composed of shades of gray, varying
from black at the weakest intensity to white at the strongest, without any other colors. Gray levels are displayed
in numerical levels: that is, white and black only for 1 bit; 256 gray levels (including white and black) for 8 bits;
and 65,536 gray levels for 16 bits.
IP Address
An Internet protocol address is a unique number that represents a specific computer or related device on the
network. The format of an IP address is four sets of numbers separated by dots, e.g. 192.168.110.171. Each
number should be between 0 and 255.
IPP
IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) is a standard that uses TCP/IP networks such as the Internet to enable print jobs
to be sent between remote computers and printers.IPP is an extension of the HTTP protocol used to view
websites and enables printing to be carried out via routers on printers in remote locations. It also supports the
HTTP authentication mechanisms along with SSL server and client authentication as well as encryption.
KPDL (Kyocera Page Description Language)
Kyocera's PostScript page description language compatible with Adobe PostScript Level 3.
Multi Purpose (MP) Tray
The paper supply tray on the front side of the machine. Use this tray instead of the cassettes when printing onto
envelopes, Hagaki, transparencies, or labels.
NetBEUI (NetBIOS Extended User Interface)
An interface, developed by IBM in 1985, as an update from NetBIOS. It enables more advanced functions on
smaller networks than other protocols such as TCP/IP, etc. It is not suitable for larger networks due to lack of
routing capabilities to choose the most appropriate routes. NetBEUI has been adopted by IBM for its OS/2 and
Microsoft for its Windows as a standard protocol for file sharing and printing services.
Appendix-30
NetWare
Novell's network management software that is able to run on a variety of operating systems.
PDF/A
This is "ISO 19005-1. Document management - Electronic document file format for long-term preservation - Part
1: Use of PDF (PDF/A)", and is a file format based on PDF 1.4. It has been standardized as ISO 19005-1, and
is a specialization of PDF, which has been mainly used for printing, for long-term storage. A new part, ISO
19005-2 (PDF/A-2), is currently being prepared.
POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3)
A standard protocol to receive E-mail from the server in which the mail is stored on the Internet or an intranet.
PostScript
A page description language developed by Adobe Systems. It enables flexible font functions and highlyfunctional graphics, allowing higher quality printing. The first version called Level 1 was launched in 1985,
followed by Level 2 that enabled color printing and two-byte languages (e.g. Japanese) in 1990. In 1996, Level
3 was released as an update for the Internet access and PDF format as well as gradual improvements in
implementation technologies.
PPM (prints per minute)
This indicates the number of A4 size printouts made in one minute.
Printer Driver
The software to enable you to print data created on any application software. The printer driver for the machine
is contained in the DVD enclosed in the package. Install the printer driver on the computer connected to the
machine.
RAM Disk
Using part of the printer's memory as a virtual disk, you can set any amount of memory from overall printer
memory as a RAM disk in order to use features such as electronic sorting (shortening print time).
Send as E-mail
A function to send the image data stored in the machine as an E-mail attachment. E-mail addresses can be
selected from the list or entered at each time.
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
A protocol for E-mail transmission over the Internet or an intranet. It is used for transferring mail between mail
servers as well as for sending mail from clients to their servers.
Status Page
The page lists machine conditions, such as the memory capacity, total number of prints and scans, and paper
source settings.
Appendix-31
Subnet Mask
The subnet mask is a way of augmenting the network address section of an IP address. A subnet mask
represents all network address sections as 1 and all host address sections as 0. The number of bits in the prefix
indicates the length of the network address. The term "prefix" refers to something added to the beginning and,
in this context, indicates the first section of the IP address. When an IP address is written, the length of the
network address can indicated by the prefix length after a forward slash (/). For example, "24" in the address
"133.210.2.0/24". In this way, "133.210.2.0/24" denotes the IP address "133.210.2.0" with a 24-bit prefix
(network section). This new network address section (originally part of the host address) made possible by the
subnet mask is referred to as the subnet address.When you enter the subnet mask, be sure to set the DHCP
setting to Off.
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
TCP/IP is a suite of protocols designed to define the way computers and other devices communicate with each
other over a network.
TCP/IP (IPv6)
TCP/IP (IPv6) is based on the current Internet protocol, TCP/IP (IPv4). IPv6 is the next-generation Internet
protocol and expands the available address space, which resolves the problem of the lack of addresses under
IPv4, while also introducing other improvements such as additional security functionality and the capacity to
prioritize data transmission.
TWAIN (Technology Without Any Interested Name)
A technical specification for connecting scanners, digital cameras, and other image equipment to the
computers. The TWAIN compatible devices enable to process image data on any relevant application software.
TWAIN is adopted on a large number of graphic software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop) and OCR software.
USB (Universal Serial Bus)2.0
A USB interface standard for Hi-Speed USB 2.0. The maximum transfer rate is 480 Mbps. This machine is
equipped with USB 2.0 for high-speed data transfer.
WIA (Windows Imaging Acquisition)
A function to import images supported after Windows Me/XP from digital cameras and other peripheral
devices.This function replaces what TWAIN used to do; the feature is provided as a part of Windows functions
and improves ease of operation, so that you import images directly to My Computer without using any
application.
Appendix-32
Index
Index
Numerics
1-sided/2-sided Selection 5-8
A
Adjusting Density 5-16
Adjustment/Maintenance 8-123
Backgrnd Density 8-125
Copy Density Adjustment 8-123
Correcting Fine Black Lines 8-134
Send/Box Density 8-124, 8-126, 8-127
Auto Paper Selection Appendix-29
Auto Sleep 2-10, Appendix-29
B
Bonjour Appendix-29
Bundled Items 2-2
Buzzer 8-6
C
Card Authentication Kit Appendix-4
Cassette
Loading Paper 2-48
Paper Size and Media Type 8-13
Changing Language 2-11, 8-3
Cleaning
Separator 9-4, 9-6
Slit Glass 9-3
Color
Color / Grayscale / Black and White
Selection 5-18
Color mode
Color Selection (Copy) 8-38
Combine Mode
2-in-1 Mode 4-11
4-in-1 Mode 4-12
Page Boundary Lines 4-12
Command Center RX 2-36
Connecting
LAN Cable 2-5
Power Cable 2-11
USB Cable 2-11
Connection Method 2-3
Continuous Scan
Copy 4-14
Send 5-19
Conventions in This Guide xxxix
Copy
Adjusting Density 3-9
Collate Copying 3-19
Duplex Copying 3-15
Offset Copying 3-19
Originals 4-2
Selecting Image Quality 3-10
Setup 8-69
Zoom Copying 3-12
Copy Settings 8-69
Auto Paper Selection 8-70, 8-71
Paper Selection 8-69
Quick Setup Registration 8-73
Copying Functions 4-1
Counting the Number of Pages
Printed 11-29
Counting the Number of Pages Printed
Each Job 11-30
Printing a Report 11-33
Total Job 11-29
D
Date/Timer 8-141
Auto Panel Reset 8-146
Date Format 8-143
Date/Time 8-141
Low Power Timer 8-149
Time Zone 8-144
Default 8-30
Index-1
Index
Backgrnd(Copy) 8-31
Backgrnd(Send) 8-32
Collate/Offset 8-45
Color Selection (Copy) 8-38
Con.scan-ExptFAX 8-33
EcoPrint 8-46
E-mail Subject/Body 8-43
File Format 8-40
File Name 8-42
JPEG/TIFF Print 8-47
Original Image (Copy) 8-34
Original Image (Send) 8-36
Original Orientation 8-30
Scan Resolution 8-37
XPS FitTo Page 8-48, 8-49
Zoom 8-41
Default Gateway Appendix-29
Default Screen 8-5
Density Adjustment
Copy 3-9
Send 5-16
Destination 8-158
Adding 8-158
Adding a Group 8-164
Choosing by One-Touch Key 3-43
Choosing from the Address Book 3-41
Editing 8-168
One-touch Key 8-170
Search 3-42
Sending to Different Types of
Destinations (Multi Sending) 344
Device 7-20
Checking Status 7-20
Configuring 7-21
DHCP Appendix-29
Document Box 6-1
Quick Setup Registration 8-83
Document Processor Appendix-28
How to Load Originals 2-67
Loading Originals 2-66
Not Supported Originals 2-66
Part Names 2-66
Supported Originals 2-66
dpi Appendix-30
Duplex 3-15, 8-104
DVD 2-2
E
EcoPrint Mode Appendix-30
Copy 4-10
Print 8-102
E-mail
Send as E-mail 3-25
Emulation Appendix-30
Selection 8-99
Energy Star Program xxxvii
Enter E-mail Subject and Body 5-21
Entry
Body 5-21
File Name 4-17, 5-20
Subject 5-21
Environment xxi
Error Handling 8-28
Error Messages 10-8
Expansion Memory Appendix-2
F
File
Format 5-12
File Name 4-17
FTP Appendix-30
FTP Encrypted TX 5-29, 5-30
G
GPL xxxiv
Grayscale 5-18, Appendix-30
H
High Comp.PDF 8-61
I
Image Quality
Copy 3-7
Send 5-15
Included Guides 2
Interface Block 8-209
Index-2
Index
N
IP Address Appendix-30
IPP Appendix-30
J
Job
Available Status 7-2
Canceling 3-46, 7-19
Checking History 7-8
Checking Status 7-2
Pause and Resumption 7-19
Sending the Job Log History 7-13
Job Accounting 11-13
Managing the Copier/Printer Counts 1121
Restricting the Use of the Machine 1122
Job Finish Notice 5-27
Copy 4-15
Send 5-27
K
KPDL Appendix-30
L
Label Appendix-20
LAN Cable
Connecting 2-5
Legal Information xxxii
Login 3-2, 11-5
Logout 3-2, 11-5
Low Power Mode 2-10
M
Management 11-1
Job Accounting 11-13
User Login Administration 11-2
Monotype Imaging License Agreement
xxxvi
Multi Purpose (MP) Tray Appendix-30
Paper Size and Media 2-62, 8-16
Multi Sending (Sending to Different Types
of Destinations ) 3-44
NetBEUI Appendix-30
NetWare 8-200
Setup 8-200
Network
Setup 2-15
Network Cable 2-4
Connecting 2-5
Network Interface 2-4
Network Interface Kit Appendix-5
Network Security 8-185
Network Setup
Bonjour Settings 8-177
FTP (Reception) 8-181
HTTP 8-181
HTTPS 8-182
IPP over SSL 8-181
LAN Interface 8-174
LDAP 8-182
LPD 8-181
NetBEUI 8-181
NetWare 8-200
POP3 (E-mail RX) 8-181
Raw Port 8-181
Restart Network 8-184
SMTP (E-mail TX) 8-181
SNMP 8-181
TCP/IP (IPv4) 8-175
TCP/IP (IPv6) 8-175, 8-178, 8-179
NW InterfaceSend 8-208
O
Open SSLeay xxxiv
Operation Panel 1-2
Option
Card Authentication Kit Appendix-4
Expansion Memory Appendix-2
Network Interface Kit Appendix-5
Overview Appendix-2
Paper Feeder Appendix-2
SSD Appendix-4
ThinPrint Option Appendix-5
USB Keyboard Appendix-5
Wireless Network Interface Kit
Index-3
Index
Appendix-5
Optional Functions 8-215
Optional Network 8-196
AppleTalk 8-202
Bonjour Settings 8-198
IPSec 8-199
LAN Interface 8-203
MAC Address Filter 8-204
NetWare 8-200
Restart Network 8-206
TCP/IP Settings 8-196
Original
Loading in the Document
Processor 2-66
Placing on the Platen 2-65
Original Orientation
Copy 4-8
Document Processor 4-8
Send 5-10
Original Size Indicator Plates 2-65
Original Size Selection
Send 5-2
Original SSLeay License xxxv
Originals
Copy 4-2
Custom 8-8
Setup 8-8
Size Selection 4-2, 5-2
P
Paper
Appropriate Paper Appendix-16
Auto Selection 8-23
Before Loading 2-47
Cassette 8-13
Custom 8-11
Default Paper Source 8-22
Loading Envelopes 2-53
Loading in the Cassettes 2-48
Loading in the Multi Purpose Tray 2-51
Multi Purpose Tray 8-16
Setup 8-8
Size and Media 2-57, Appendix-13
Special Paper 8-24, Appendix-18
Specifications Appendix-15
Weight 8-18
Paper Feeder Appendix-2
Paper Jam 10-16
Document Processor 10-20
Paper Selection 4-4
Cassette 4-4
Multi Purpose Tray 4-5
Part Names 1-1
Platen
Placing Originals 2-65
POP3 Appendix-31
PostScript Appendix-31
Power Cable
Connecting 2-11
Power Off 2-7
Power On 2-7
PPM Appendix-31
Preparation 2-1
Preparing Cables 2-4
Printer
Setup 8-99
Printer Driver Appendix-31
Printer Settings 8-99
Auto Cass.Change 8-115
Copies 8-105
CR Action 8-111
Duplex 8-104
EcoPrint 8-102
Emulation 8-99
Form Feed Timeout 8-109
Job Name 8-112
LF Action 8-110
Orientation 8-107
Override A4/Letter 8-103
User Name 8-113
Printing 3-21
Printing from Applications 3-21
Printing Reports/Sending Notice 8-117
Font List 8-118
Network Status Page 8-119
Optional Network Status 8-118
Service Status Page 8-119
Status Page 8-117
Transmission Result Reports 8-121
Product Library 2-2
Index-4
Index
Q
Quick Setup Screen
Changing Registration 8-73, 8-75, 8-83
R
Resolution Appendix-26, Appendix-27
Restarting the System 8-173
S
Safety Conventions i
SAFETY OF LASER BEAM (USA) xxv
Scan Resolution 5-17
Default settings 8-37
SD Card
Format 8-65
Send
File Format 5-12
Image Quality 5-15
Original Size Selection 5-2
Sending Size Selection 5-4
Setup 8-75
Sending
Send as E-mail 3-25
Send to Folder (FTP) 3-29
Send to Folder (SMB) 3-29
Sending Functions 5-1
Sending Settings 8-75
Default Screen 8-78
Quick Setup Registration 8-75
Send and Forward 8-79
Sending Size Selection 5-4
Sending to Different Types of Destinations
(Multi Sending) 3-44
Separator
Cleaning 9-4, 9-6
Setting Date and Time 2-12
Setup
Copy 8-69
Date/Timer 8-141
NetWare 8-200
Network 8-174
Printer 8-99
Send 8-75
Sharpness adjustment Appendix-24
Sleep 2-9
Slit Glass
Cleaning 9-3
SMTP Appendix-31
Solving Malfunctions 10-2
Specifications
Common functions Appendix-25
Copy functions Appendix-26
Document Processor Appendix-28
Environmental Specifications
Appendix-28
Printer functions Appendix-27
Scanner functions Appendix-27
Specifying Destination 3-41
SSD Appendix-4
Format 8-64
Status / Job Cancel 7-1
Status Page 8-117, Appendix-31
Subnet Mask Appendix-32
Switching the Language 2-11, 8-3
Switching Unit of Measurement 8-27
Symbols i
System Menu 8-1
T
TCP/IP Appendix-32
ThinPrint Option Appendix-5
TonerAlert Level 8-68
Trade Names xxxiii
TWAIN Appendix-32
U
Unusable Time 8-156
USB Appendix-32
USB Cable
Connecting 2-11
USB Interface 2-4
USB Keyboard Appendix-5
USB Memory
Printing Documents 6-2
Removing 6-7, 6-16
Saving Documents 6-5
TIFF Print 6-3
Index-5
Index
XPS FitTo Page 6-4
User Login Administration 11-2
Adding 11-6
Changing Properties 11-8
Displaying Network User Property 11-11
Enabling/Disabling 11-3
Enabling/Disabling Group
Authentication 11-10
Login 11-5
Logout 11-5
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WSD Scan 5-25
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File formats 5-12, 8-40
Saving documents to Removable USB
Memory 6-5
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KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.
Headquarters
225 Sand Road,
Fairfield, New Jersey 07004-0008, USA
Phone: +1-973-808-8444
Fax: +1-973-882-6000
Latin America
8240 NW 52nd Terrace Dawson Building, Suite 100
Miami, Florida 33166, USA
Phone: +1-305-421-6640
Fax: +1-305-421-6666
KYOCERA Document Solutions Canada, Ltd.
6120 Kestrel Rd., Mississauga, ON L5T 1S8,
Canada
Phone: +1-905-670-4425
Fax: +1-905-670-8116
KYOCERA Document Solutions
Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Calle Arquimedes No. 130, 4 Piso, Colonia Polanco
Chapultepec, Delegacion Miguel Hidalgo,
Distrito Federal, C.P. 11560, México
Phone: +52-555-383-2741
Fax: +52-555-383-7804
KYOCERA Document Solutions Brazil, Ltda.
Alameda África, 545, Pólo Empresarial Consbrás,
Tamboré, Santana de Parnaíba-SP, CEP 06543-306,
Brazil
Phone: +55-11-4195-8496
Fax: +55-11-4195-6167
KYOCERA Document Solutions
Australia Pty. Ltd.
Level 3, 6-10 Talavera Road North Ryde N.S.W, 2113,
Australia
Phone: +61-2-9888-9999
Fax: +61-2-9888-9588
KYOCERA Document Solutions
New Zealand Ltd.
Ground Floor, 19 Byron Avenue, Takapuna, Auckland,
New Zealand
Phone: +64-9-415-4517
Fax: +64-9-415-4597
KYOCERA Document Solutions Asia Limited
16/F.,Mita Centre, 552-566, Castle Peak Road
Tsuenwan, NT, Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2610-2181
Fax: +852-2610-2063
KYOCERA Document Solutions
(China) Corporation
8F, No. 288 Nanjing Road West, Huangpu District,
Shanghai,200003, China
Phone: +86-21-5301-1777
Fax: +86-21-5302-8300
KYOCERA Document Solutions
(Thailand) Corp., Ltd.
335 Ratchadapisek Road, Bangsue, Bangkok 10800,
Thailand
Phone: +66-2-586-0333
Fax: +66-2-586-0278
KYOCERA Document Solutions
Singapore Pte. Ltd.
12 Tai Seng Street #04-01A,
Luxasia Building, Singapore 534118
Phone: +65-6741-8733
Fax: +65-6748-3788
KYOCERA Document Solutions
Hong Kong Limited
16/F.,Mita Centre, 552-566, Castle Peak Road
Tsuenwan, NT, Hong Kong
Phone: +852-3582-4000
Fax: +852-3185-1399
KYOCERA Document Solutions
Taiwan Corporation
6F., No.37, Sec. 3, Minquan E. Rd.,
Zhongshan Dist., Taipei 104, Taiwan R.O.C.
Phone: +886-2-2507-6709
Fax: +886-2-2507-8432
KYOCERA Document Solutions Korea Co., Ltd.
18F, Kangnam bldg, 1321-1,
Seocho-Dong, Seocho-Gu, Seoul, Korea
Phone: +822-6933-4050
Fax: +822-747-0084
KYOCERA Document Solutions
India Private Limited
First Floor, ORCHID CENTRE
Sector-53, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon 122 002,
India
Phone: +91-0124-4671000
Fax: +91-0124-4671001
KYOCERA Document Solutions Europe B.V.
Bloemlaan 4, 2132 NP Hoofddorp,
The Netherlands
Phone: +31-20-654-0000
Fax: +31-20-653-1256
KYOCERA Document Solutions Nederland B.V.
Beechavenue 25, 1119 RA Schiphol-Rijk,
The Netherlands
Phone: +31-20-5877200
Fax: +31-20-5877260
KYOCERA Document Solutions (U.K.) Limited
Eldon Court, 75-77 London Road,
Reading, Berkshire RG1 5BS,
United Kingdom
Phone: +44-118-931-1500
Fax: +44-118-931-1108
KYOCERA Document Solutions Italia S.p.A.
Via Verdi, 89/91 20063 Cernusco s/N.(MI),
Italy
Phone: +39-02-921791
Fax: +39-02-92179-600
KYOCERA Document Solutions Belgium N.V.
Sint-Martinusweg 199-201 1930 Zaventem,
Belgium
Phone: +32-2-7209270
Fax: +32-2-7208748
KYOCERA Document Solutions France S.A.S.
Espace Technologique de St Aubin
Route de I’Orme 91195 Gif-sur-Yvette CEDEX,
France
Phone: +33-1-69852600
Fax: +33-1-69853409
KYOCERA Document Solutions
Deutschland GmbH
Otto-Hahn-Strasse 12, 40670 Meerbusch,
Germany
Phone: +49-2159-9180
Fax: +49-2159-918100
KYOCERA Document Solutions Austria GmbH
Eduard-Kittenberger-Gasse 95, 1230 Vienna,
Austria
Phone: +43-1-863380
Fax: +43-1-86338-400
KYOCERA Document Solutions Nordic AB
Esbogatan 16B 164 75 Kista, Sweden
Phone: +46-8-546-550-00
Fax: +46-8-546-550-10
KYOCERA Document Solutions Norge Nuf
Postboks 150 Oppsal, 0619 Oslo,
Norway
Phone: +47-22-62-73-00
Fax: +47-22-62-72-00
KYOCERA Document Solutions Danmark A/S
Ejby Industrivej 60, DK-2600 Glostrup,
Denmark
Phone: +45-70223880
Fax: +45-45765850
KYOCERA Document Solutions Portugal Lda.
Rua do Centro Cultural, 41 (Alvalade) 1700-106 Lisboa,
Portugal
Phone: +351-21-843-6780
Fax: +351-21-849-3312
KYOCERA Document Solutions Espana, S.A.
KYOCERA Document Solutions
South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Edificio Kyocera, Avda. de Manacor No.2,
28290 Las Matas (Madrid), Spain
Phone: +34-91-6318392
Fax: +34-91-6318219
KYOCERA House, Hertford Office Park,
90 Bekker Road (Cnr. Allandale), Midrand, South Africa.
Phone: +27-11-540-2600
Fax: +27-11-466-3050
KYOCERA Document Solutions Finland Oy
KYOCERA Document Solutions Russia LLC
Atomitie 5C, 00370 Helsinki,
Finland
Phone: +358-9-47805200
Fax: +358-9-47805390
Botanichesky pereulok 5, Moscow, 129090,
Russia
Phone: +7(495)741-0004
Fax: +7(495)741-0018
KYOCERA Document Solutions
Europe B.V., Amsterdam (NL) Zürich Branch
KYOCERA Document Solutions Middle East
Hohlstrasse 614, 8048 Zürich,
Switzerland
Phone: +41-44-9084949
Fax: +41-44-9084950
Dubai Internet City, Bldg. 17,
Office 157 P.O. Box 500817, Dubai,
United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971-04-433-0412
KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc.
2-28, 1-chome, Tamatsukuri, Chuo-ku
Osaka 540-8585, Japan
Phone: +81-6-6764-3555
http://www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.com
© 2014 KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc.
is a trademark of KYOCERA Corporation
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