Fujitsu fi-7030 scanner Operator's Guide

Fujitsu fi-7030 scanner Operator's Guide
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fi-7030
Operator's Guide
Thank you for purchasing our image scanner.
This manual explains about the basic operations and handling of the scanner.
For information on scanner installation and connection, refer to the Quick Installation Sheet.
Introduction
Explains the names and functions of parts
and basic scanner operation.
Scanner
Overview
Explains how to load documents on the
scanner.
How to Load
Documents
Explains how to use the operator panel.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Explains about various ways of scanning.
Various Ways to
Scan
Explains how to clean the scanner.
Explains how to replace the consumables.
Explains about troubleshooting.
Explains how to configure settings in the
Software Operation Panel.
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How to Use This Manual
How to Use This Manual
The following shows the tips for using this manual.
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 To display or print this manual, either Adobe® Acrobat® (7.0 or later)
or Adobe® Reader® (7.0 or later) is required.
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Adobe® Reader®.
For details, refer to the Adobe® Acrobat® or Adobe® Reader® Help.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
 Use the [Page Up] key to return to the previous page, and the [Page
Down] key to go to the next page.
 Click a blue character string, tab or contents/index title (where the mouse
cursor changes into a shape such as
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This tab is on every page.
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This tab is on every page.
Jumps to this page.
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing our image scanner.
About This Product
This scanner realizes a scanning speed of 27 ppm/54 ipm
(*1), and is equipped with the ADF (Automatic Document
Feeder) which supports duplex scanning.
*1: When scanning A4 size documents at 300 dpi using JPEG
Compression.
Introduction
Manual
Scanner Central Admin
User's Guide (PDF)
Explains about the overview, installation,
operation and maintenance of Scanner
Central Admin. Included in the Setup DVDROM.
Error Recovery Guide
(HTML Help)
Details the status of the scanner and
explains how to resolve problems
encountered.
Contains movie segments that explain
operation procedures such as cleaning this
product and replacing the consumables.
Included in the Setup DVD-ROM.
Manuals
The following manuals are included for this product. Read
them as needed.
Manual
Help (scanner driver)
Explains how to use and configure the
settings for the scanner drivers.
Can be referenced from each scanner
driver.
Help (application)
Explains how to use and configure the
settings for the application software. Read
them as needed. Can be referenced from
each application.
Description
Safety Precautions
(paper, PDF)
Contains important information about the
safe use of this product.
Make sure to read this manual before
using the scanner.
The PDF version is included in the Setup
DVD-ROM.
Quick Installation Sheet
(paper)
Explains about scanner installation and
setup.
Operator's Guide
(this manual) (PDF)
Provides detailed information on how to
operate and maintain the scanner daily,
how to replace the consumables, and how
to troubleshoot problems. Included in the
Setup DVD-ROM.
Description
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
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Daily Care
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Trademarks
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Vista, Excel,
and SharePoint are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/
or other countries.
Word is the product of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States.
ISIS is a registered trademark of EMC Corporation in the
United States.
Adobe, Acrobat, and Reader are either registered trademarks
or trade names of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United
States and/or other countries.
Intel, Pentium, and Intel Core are registered trademarks or
trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other
countries.
ABBYY™ FineReader™ Engine © ABBYY. OCR by ABBYY
ABBYY and FineReader are trademarks of ABBYY Software,
Ltd. which may be registered in some jurisdictions.
ScanSnap, ScanSnap Manager, and PaperStream are
registered trademarks of PFU LIMITED in Japan.
Other company names and product names are the registered
trademarks or trademarks of the respective companies.
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Manufacturer
PFU LIMITED
YOKOHAMA i-MARK PLACE, 4-4-5 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku,
Yokohama, Kanagawa, 220-8567, Japan
© PFU LIMITED 2016
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Conventions
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Safety Information
Abbreviations Used in This Manual
The attached "Safety Precautions" manual contains important
information about the safe and correct use of this product.
Make sure that you read and understand it before using the
scanner.
The operating systems and products in this manual are
indicated as follows.
Symbols Used in This Manual
The following indications are used in this manual to obviate
any chance of accident or damage to you, people near you,
and your property. Warning labels consist of a symbol
indicating the severity and a warning statement. The symbols
and their meanings are as follows.
Name
Windows Vista® Home Basic (32-bit/64-bit)
Indication
Windows
Vista (*1)
Windows Vista® Home Premium (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows Vista® Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows Vista® Ultimate (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows Server® 2008 Standard (32-bit/64-bit)
This indication alerts operators of an operation
that, if not strictly observed, may result in safety
hazards to personnel or damage to the product.
Windows® 7 Home Premium (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard (64-bit)
Daily Care
Windows
Server 2008
(*1)
Windows 7
(*1)
Windows® 7 Professional (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows® 7 Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit)
Replacing the
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Windows® 7 Ultimate (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows Server® 2012 Standard (64-bit)
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Operator Panel
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Windows Vista® Business (32-bit/64-bit)
This indication alerts operators of an operation
that, if not strictly observed, may result in severe
injury or death.
How to Load
Documents
Windows
Server 2012
(*1)
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Name
Indication
Arrow Symbols in This Manual
Windows Server® 2012 R2 Standard (64-bit)
Windows
Server 2012
R2 (*1)
Right-arrow symbols () are used to separate icons or menu
options you should select in succession.
Example: Click [Start] menu  [Control Panel].
Windows® 8 (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows 8
(*1)
Screen Examples in This Manual
Windows® 8 Pro (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows® 8 Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows® 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows 8.1
(*1)
Windows® 8.1 Pro (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows® 8.1 Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows® 10 Home (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows 10
(*1)
Windows® 10 Pro (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows®
10 Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows® 10 Education (32-bit/64-bit)
Microsoft® Word
Word
Microsoft® Office Word
Microsoft® Excel®
PaperStream IP (TWAIN x64)
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Excel
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Microsoft® Office Excel®
PaperStream IP (TWAIN)
Microsoft product screenshots are reprinted with permission
from Microsoft Corporation.
The screen examples in this manual are subject to change
without notice in the interest of product development.
If the actual displayed screen differs from the screen
examples in this manual, operate by following the actual
displayed screen while referring to the user's manual of the
scanner application that you are using.
The screen examples used in this manual are of the
PaperStream IP driver.
The screenshots used in this manual are of Windows 7. The
actual windows and operations may differ depending on the
operating system. Also note that with some scanner models,
the screens and operations may differ from this manual when
you update the PaperStream IP driver. In that case, refer to
the manual provided upon updating the driver.
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IP driver
PaperStream IP (ISIS) Bundle
*1: Where there is no distinction between the different versions of the
above operating system, the general term "Windows" is used.
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How to Use This Manual ................................................................................................................................... 2
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................ 3
Conventions ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 1 Scanner Overview ........................................................................................................................ 13
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
Main Features .............................................................................................................................................................. 14
Parts and Functions .................................................................................................................................................... 15
Front ............................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Back ............................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Removable Parts............................................................................................................................................................ 17
Inside (ADF) ................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Turning the Power ON/OFF ........................................................................................................................................ 19
How to Turn the Power ON ............................................................................................................................................ 19
How to Turn the Power OFF .......................................................................................................................................... 20
Opening/Closing the ADF ........................................................................................................................................... 21
How to Open the ADF .................................................................................................................................................... 21
How to Close the ADF.................................................................................................................................................... 21
Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute (Feeder) ................................................................................................................ 22
Setting Up the Stacker ................................................................................................................................................ 23
Power Saving Mode .................................................................................................................................................... 25
Basic Flow of Scanning Operation ............................................................................................................................ 26
Bundled Software ....................................................................................................................................................... 28
Overview of Bundled Software ....................................................................................................................................... 28
System Requirements .................................................................................................................................................... 29
Installing the Bundled Software...................................................................................................................................... 30
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Chapter 2 How to Load Documents ............................................................................................................. 32
2.1
2.2
Loading Documents .................................................................................................................................................... 33
Preparation..................................................................................................................................................................... 33
How to Load Documents ................................................................................................................................................ 34
Documents for Scanning ............................................................................................................................................ 35
Paper Size...................................................................................................................................................................... 35
Conditions ...................................................................................................................................................................... 35
Loading Capacity............................................................................................................................................................ 38
Area Not to Be Perforated .............................................................................................................................................. 39
Conditions for Multifeed Detection ................................................................................................................................. 39
Conditions for Mixed Batch Scanning ............................................................................................................................ 41
Conditions for Automatic Page Size Detection............................................................................................................... 43
Conditions for Using the Carrier Sheet........................................................................................................................... 44
Chapter 3 How to Use the Operator Panel .................................................................................................. 45
3.1
Operator Panel ............................................................................................................................................................. 46
Names and Functions .................................................................................................................................................... 46
Indications on Function Number Display ........................................................................................................................ 47
Chapter 4 Various Ways to Scan ................................................................................................................. 48
4.1
4.2
4.3
Summary ...................................................................................................................................................................... 49
Scanning Documents of Different Types and Sizes ................................................................................................ 50
Documents with Different Widths ................................................................................................................................... 50
Documents Larger than A4 Size .................................................................................................................................... 51
Scanning Photographs and Clippings ............................................................................................................................ 53
Long Page Scanning ...................................................................................................................................................... 55
Advanced Scanning .................................................................................................................................................... 56
Feeding Documents Manually in the ADF...................................................................................................................... 56
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Customizing the Scanner Settings ............................................................................................................................ 57
Using a Button on the Scanner to Start Scanning.......................................................................................................... 57
Ignoring Multifeed for a Set Pattern................................................................................................................................ 59
Chapter 5 Daily Care ..................................................................................................................................... 62
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Cleaning Materials and Locations that Require Cleaning ....................................................................................... 63
Cleaning Materials.......................................................................................................................................................... 63
Location and Frequency................................................................................................................................................. 64
Cleaning the Outside .................................................................................................................................................. 65
Cleaning the Inside ..................................................................................................................................................... 66
Cleaning the ADF (with Cleaning Paper) ....................................................................................................................... 66
Cleaning the ADF (with Cloth) ........................................................................................................................................ 67
Cleaning the Carrier Sheet ......................................................................................................................................... 71
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Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables ....................................................................................................... 72
6.1
6.2
Consumables and Replacement Cycles ................................................................................................................... 73
Replacing the Roller Set ............................................................................................................................................ 74
Chapter 7 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................... 78
7.1
7.2
7.3
Paper Jam .................................................................................................................................................................... 79
Error Indications on Operator Panel ......................................................................................................................... 81
Temporary Errors ........................................................................................................................................................... 82
Device Errors.................................................................................................................................................................. 82
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................................................... 84
Scanner cannot be powered ON. ................................................................................................................................... 85
The Function Number Display or the [Power] button or both switch off. ........................................................................ 86
Scanning does not start.................................................................................................................................................. 87
Scanning takes a long time. ........................................................................................................................................... 88
Image quality is poor. ..................................................................................................................................................... 89
Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory. .......................................................................................................... 90
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7.5
Images are distorted or not clear.................................................................................................................................... 91
Vertical streaks appear on the scanned image. ............................................................................................................. 92
An error ("E" or other letter or number) is already displayed in the Function Number Display after power-on. ............. 93
Multifeed error occurs frequently. ................................................................................................................................... 94
Situation in which the document is not fed into the ADF occurs frequently.................................................................... 96
Paper jams/pick errors occur frequently. ........................................................................................................................ 97
Scanned images turn out elongated............................................................................................................................... 98
A shadow appears at the top or the bottom of the scanned image. ............................................................................... 99
There are black traces on the document. ..................................................................................................................... 100
The Carrier Sheet is not fed smoothly./Paper jams occur. ........................................................................................... 101
Part of the image appears missing in the case where the Carrier Sheet is used. ........................................................ 103
Before You Contact the Scanner Service Provider ................................................................................................ 104
General......................................................................................................................................................................... 104
Error Status .................................................................................................................................................................. 104
Checking the Product Labels ................................................................................................................................... 106
Location........................................................................................................................................................................ 106
Chapter 8 Operational Settings .................................................................................................................. 107
8.1
8.2
8.3
Starting Up the Software Operation Panel .............................................................................................................. 108
Password Setting ...................................................................................................................................................... 110
Setting a Password ...................................................................................................................................................... 110
Setting [View Only mode] ............................................................................................................................................. 111
Clearing [View Only mode] ........................................................................................................................................... 112
Changing the Password ............................................................................................................................................... 113
Clearing the Password ................................................................................................................................................. 114
Resetting the Password ............................................................................................................................................... 115
Configuration Items .................................................................................................................................................. 116
Device Setting .............................................................................................................................................................. 116
Device Setting 2 ........................................................................................................................................................... 118
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8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
Settings Related to Sheet Counters ........................................................................................................................ 122
Checking and Resetting the Sheet Counters ............................................................................................................... 122
Scanner Cleaning Cycle [Cleaning Cycle].................................................................................................................... 124
Replacement Cycle of Consumables [Life Counter Alarm Setting] .............................................................................. 125
Settings Related to Scanning ................................................................................................................................... 126
Adjusting the Position to Start the Scan [Offset/Vertical Magnification Adjustment] .................................................... 126
Removing Shadows/Streaks that Appear around the Scanned Image [Page Edge Filler (ADF)] ................................ 127
Removing a Color from the Scanned Image [Dropout color]........................................................................................ 128
Number of Paper Feeding Retries................................................................................................................................ 129
Cropping the Image Boundary [AutoCrop Boundary] ................................................................................................... 130
Scanning at High Altitude [High Altitude Mode]............................................................................................................ 131
Setting the Image Quality for Scanning [Image Quality Mode]..................................................................................... 131
Settings Related to Multifeed Detection .................................................................................................................. 132
Specifying a Multifeed Detection Method [Multifeed] ................................................................................................... 132
Specifying the Area to Detect Multifeed [Document check area specification for Multifeed Detection]........................ 134
Specifying an Area Not to Detect Multifeed [Intelligent Multifeed Function] ................................................................. 137
Settings Related to Waiting Time ............................................................................................................................ 138
Waiting Time in Manual Feed Mode [Manual-feed timeout] ......................................................................................... 138
Waiting Time to Enter Power Saving Mode [Power saving] ......................................................................................... 139
Settings Related to Power ON/OFF ......................................................................................................................... 140
Method of Turning the Scanner ON/OFF [Power SW Control]..................................................................................... 140
Settings Related to Scanner Maintenance .............................................................................................................. 141
Detecting Vertical Streaks [Vertical Streak Detection] ................................................................................................. 141
Specifying the Sensitivity Level for Vertical Streak Detection [Vertical Streak Sensitivity]........................................... 142
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A.1
A.2
A.3
Basic Specification ................................................................................................................................................... 144
Installation Specification .......................................................................................................................................... 146
Outer Dimensions ..................................................................................................................................................... 147
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A.5
Scanner Options ........................................................................................................................................................ 148
Uninstalling the Software ......................................................................................................................................... 149
Contact for Inquiries ................................................................................................................................... 150
Glossary ....................................................................................................................................................... 151
Index ............................................................................................................................................................. 161
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Chapter 1 Scanner Overview
This chapter explains about the names and functions of the scanner components, as well as the methods for basic
operations.
1.1 Main Features.............................................................................................................................................14
1.2 Parts and Functions....................................................................................................................................15
1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF........................................................................................................................19
1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF...........................................................................................................................21
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1.5 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute (Feeder).................................................................................................22
1.6 Setting Up the Stacker................................................................................................................................23
Daily Care
1.7 Power Saving Mode ...................................................................................................................................25
1.8 Basic Flow of Scanning Operation .............................................................................................................26
1.9 Bundled Software .......................................................................................................................................28
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1.1 Main Features
This section explains about the main features of this product.
The scanner is equipped with the following features:
Scanning speed of 27 ppm/54 ipm (*1)
The scanner realizes a scanning speed of 27 ppm/54 ipm. Furthermore,
you can load up to 50 sheets (*2) of documents for continuous scanning
which allows you to quickly digitize a large volume of documents.
Function Number Display
The scanner mounts the Function Number Display that displays the
error status. It is used to easily check the status of the scanner.
Improved efficiency for pre-scan work
The scanner can perform "batch scanning" which allows you to scan
documents with different paper weights and sizes at once. This
simplifies the process of sorting the documents before scanning.
Reduced work loss caused by multifeeds
The scanner mounts an ultrasonic multifeed sensor that accurately
detects "multifeed" errors where two or more sheets are fed through the
scanner at once. This multifeed detection is reliable even when
scanning a mixed batch of documents with different paper weights and
sizes, avoiding potential work loss.
Capable of scanning photographs, clippings, and
documents larger than A4/Letter size
The Carrier Sheet, which is available as an option, allows you to scan
documents that are larger than A4/Letter size, as well as non-standard
size documents such as photographs or clippings. You can load multiple
Carrier Sheets or mix it with regular documents in the same batch.
Centralized management of multiple scanners
The bundled "Scanner Central Admin Agent" application allows you to
manage multiple scanners together. For example, you can update the
scanner settings and drivers, as well as monitor the operating status of
each scanner.
For details, refer to the Scanner Central Admin User's Guide.
*1: When scanning A4 size documents at 300 dpi using JPEG
Compression.
*2: When using documents with a paper weight of 80 g/m2 (20 lb).
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Intelligent Multifeed function
When there is paper of the same size attached to a designated location
on the page, the Intelligent Multifeed function enables the scanner to
recognize the location of the attachment. This allows you to continue
scanning instead of pausing the scan by detecting every paper
attachment as multifeed. Furthermore, the "paper protection" function
will reduce the risk of damaging your valuable documents.
Troubleshooting
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Advanced image processing function
The scanner's automatic detection function outputs images in color or
monochrome by the document content.
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1.2 Parts and Functions
Introduction
This section shows the names of the scanner parts.
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Front
Chute Extension 1
Side Guides
Positions the documents in place when the
documents are loaded in the ADF paper chute
(feeder) as they are fed into the scanner.
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
Pull out to adjust to the document length.
Chute Extension 2
Pull out to adjust to the document length.
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Operator Panel
Pulls and feeds the documents one sheet at a time
from the ADF paper chute (feeder).
Open this to replace consumables or to clean the
inside of the scanner.
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Stacker
Daily Care
Stacks up the ejected documents.
ADF Paper Chute (Feeder)
Holds the documents to be scanned.
ADF Release Tab
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Pull this tab to open the ADF.
Troubleshooting
Stacker Extension
Slide out to adjust to the document length.
Operator Panel
Consists of a Function Number Display,
buttons, and LED indicator.
Can be used to operate the scanner or check
the status.
For details, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use
the Operator Panel" (page 45).
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Back
Ventilation Port
Holes for ventilating hot air from inside the scanner.
Power Connector
Used to connect the power cable.
"Power cable" refers to the AC cable and AC adapter connected together.
Security Cable Slot
Used to connect an anti-theft security cable (commercially available).
USB Connector
Used to connect a USB cable.
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Removable Parts
Pick Roller
Introduction
Scanner
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How to Load
Documents
How to Use the
Operator Panel
ADF Paper Chute (Feeder)
Various Ways to
Scan
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Brake Roller
Troubleshooting
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Inside (ADF)
Glass (× 2)
Introduction
Ultrasonic Sensor (× 2)
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Brake Roller (× 2)
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Documents
Document Sensor
Plastic Idler Roller (× 4)
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Pick Roller (× 2)
Feed Roller (× 2)
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Eject Roller (× 2)
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1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF
This section explains how to power on/off the scanner.
HINT
The method by which the scanner is powered on/off can be specified
from one of the following:
 Press the [Power] button on the operator panel
 Use an AC power strip to control power supply for peripherals such
as a scanner in accordance with the computer's power.
 Turn on/off the scanner in accordance with the computer's power.
For details, refer to "Method of Turning the Scanner ON/OFF [Power
SW Control]" (page 140).
Introduction
How to Turn the Power ON
1
Press the [Power] button on the operator panel.
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[Power] Button
 The scanner is turned on, and the [Power] button lights in green.
During initialization, the Function Number Display on the operator
panel changes in the following order: "8"  "P"  "0"  "1". The
scanner is ready when the Function Number Display shows "1".
HINT
When the [Power] button is pressed, the LED indicator lights for a
moment. Note that it is due to an initial diagnosis and not a failure.
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How to Turn the Power OFF
1
Press the [Power] button on the operator panel for more
than 2 seconds.
 The scanner is turned off, and the [Power] button switches off.
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1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF
This section describes how to open and close the ADF.
How to Open the ADF
1
2
Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute
(feeder).
How to Close the ADF
1
Close the ADF.
Push the center of the ADF until it locks in place.
Pull the ADF release tab towards you to open the ADF.
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Be careful not to get your fingers caught when
closing the ADF.
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Make sure that there is no foreign matter caught inside the ADF
when closing the ADF.
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When the ADF is open, it might close
accidentally. Be careful not to get your fingers
caught.
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1.5 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute (Feeder)
When you start a scan, documents that are loaded in the ADF
paper chute (feeder) are fed into the ADF one by one.
Using the chute extensions will keep the documents straight
and feed them smoothly.
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Pull out the chute extensions.
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Make sure to hold the scanner while you pull out the chute
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1.6 Setting Up the Stacker
When you start a scan, documents that are loaded in the ADF
paper chute (feeder) are ejected onto the stacker one by one.
Using the stacker and stacker extension will keep the
documents straight and stack them neatly.
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Bring down the stacker from the top towards you.
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Slide out the stacker extension towards you.
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1.7 Power Saving Mode
Power saving mode keeps the power consumption low when
the scanner has not been used for a certain period of time.
If the scanner is left powered on for 15 minutes (the factory
default value) without being used, it automatically enters
power saving mode.
When the scanner enters power saving mode, the Function
Number Display on the operator panel switches off. The
[Power] button remains lit in green.
To resume from power saving mode, perform one of the
following:
 Load a document in the ADF paper chute (feeder)
 Press any button on the operator panel
Note that pressing the [Power] button for more than 2 seconds will
turn the power off.
 Perform scanning from an application
The scanner is turned off automatically if it is left on for a
certain period of time without being used, reducing the power
consumption until the next scan.
To prevent the scanner from being turned off automatically,
clear the [Power off after a certain period of time] check box in
[Device Setting] on the Software Operation Panel. For details,
refer to "Waiting Time to Enter Power Saving Mode [Power
saving]" (page 139).
To turn the power back on after the power is turned off
automatically, press the [Power] button on the operator panel.
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page
19).
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 The scanner may not enter power saving mode if there is a
document remaining on the paper path. In this case, remove the
document.
For details, refer to "7.1 Paper Jam" (page 79).
 For some applications, the scanner may not be turned off even if the
[Power off after a certain period of time] check box is selected.
 If the scanner is automatically turned off while you are using the
image scanning application, exit the application, and then turn the
power on.
HINT
 You can use the Software Operation Panel to change the waiting
time for entering power saving mode.
For details, refer to "Waiting Time to Enter Power Saving Mode
[Power saving]" (page 139).
 For details about the operator panel, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use
the Operator Panel" (page 45).
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1.8 Basic Flow of Scanning Operation
This section explains about the basic flow of performing a
scan.
In order to perform a scan, you need a scanner driver and an
image scanning application that supports the scanner driver.
The following scanner drivers and image scanning
applications are bundled with the scanner:
 Scanner driver
- PaperStream IP (TWAIN)
-
PaperStream IP (TWAIN x64)
-
PaperStream IP (ISIS) Bundle
Scanning procedures and operations slightly vary depending
on the image scanning application.
For details, refer to the image scanning application manual.
The following describes the normal procedure for scanning.
1
Turn on the scanner.
2
Load documents in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
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For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 19).
Load the documents face-down in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
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 Image scanning application
- PaperStream Capture
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For details about the scanner drivers and image scanning applications,
refer to "1.9 Bundled Software" (page 28).
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Start an image scanning application.
4
Select a scanner driver.
For some image scanning applications, selection of a scanner driver
may not be needed.
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Select a scanner.
Make sure to select the scanner model that is connected to the
computer.
For some image scanning applications, selection of a scanner may
not be needed.
6
In the setup window for the scanner driver, configure the
scan settings.
For some image scanning applications, the setup window for the
scanner driver may not appear.
7
Scan the documents with the image scanning application.
ATTENTION
When the scanner and the computer are communicating, for
instance, during scanning, do not perform an operation that causes
disconnection of their communication, such as unplugging the USB
cable or logging off the user account.
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Overview of Bundled Software
The following softwares are bundled with this product:
 PaperStream IP driver
The PaperStream IP driver is a scanner driver that conforms to the
TWAIN/ISIS standard.
There are three types of PaperStream IP drivers.
- PaperStream IP (TWAIN)
Conforms to the TWAIN standard. Used when you operate the
scanner using TWAIN-compliant 32-bit applications.
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Conforms to the TWAIN standard. Used when you operate the
scanner using TWAIN-compliant 64-bit applications.
Can be installed on a 64-bit operating system.
PaperStream IP (ISIS) Bundle
Conforms to the ISIS standard. Used when you operate the
scanner using ISIS-compliant applications.
For details, refer to the PaperStream IP driver's Help.
Software Operation Panel
Allows you to configure various settings such as scanner operations
and the management of consumables. It is installed together with a
scanner driver (PaperStream IP (TWAIN), the PaperStream IP
(TWAIN x64), or the PaperStream IP (ISIS) Bundle).
For details, refer to "Chapter 8 Operational Settings" (page 107).
Error Recovery Guide
Details the status of the scanner and explains how to resolve
problems encountered. It is installed together with a scanner driver
(PaperStream IP (TWAIN), the PaperStream IP (TWAIN x64), or the
PaperStream IP (ISIS) Bundle).
PaperStream Capture
An image scanning application which supports both PaperStream IP
(TWAIN) and PaperStream IP (ISIS) Bundle. By defining scan
settings as document profiles, you can customize the settings
according to your preference.
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it easy to create an image file (a PDF, JPG, or searchable PDF file)
with a single button. Download it from the download web page and
install it.
Scan to Microsoft SharePoint
Allows you to easily upload files from ScanSnap Manager for fi Series
to the SharePoint site.
Can be used when you scan documents with ScanSnap Manager for
fi Series. Download it from the download web page and install it.
ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap™
Converts the scanned images into files for applications such as Word
or Excel(*1).
Can be used when you scan documents with ScanSnap Manager for
fi Series. Download it from the download web page and install it.
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Scanner Central Admin Agent
Allows you to update firmware for multiple scanners at the same time
and centralize the management and monitoring of multiple scanners.
Can be used to monitor the operating status of scanners and check
the information on scanners.
Required applications vary depending on the type of operation.
For details, refer to the Scanner Central Admin User's Guide.
fi Series Online Update
Checks for the latest software and firmware updates for fi Series and
applies them.
For details, refer to the fi Series Online Update Help.
*1: Microsoft® Office products need to be installed.
For details about how to configure the scanner settings and
scan different types of documents with the image scanning
application, refer to "Chapter 4 Various Ways to Scan" (page
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System Requirements
The system requirements are as follows:
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system
 Windows
Pack 2)
Vista®
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system
 Windows 8.1 Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit) (including
updates) (*1)
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 Windows® 10 Home (32-bit/64-bit) (*1)
 Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit/64-bit)
(Service Pack 2)
 Windows® 10 Pro (32-bit/64-bit) (*1)
 Windows Vista® Business (32-bit/64-bit) (Service
Pack 2)
 Windows Vista® Ultimate (32-bit/64-bit) (Service
Pack 2)
 Windows Server® 2008 Standard (32-bit/64-bit)
(Service Pack 2)
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 Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard (64-bit)
(Service Pack 1)
 Windows® 7 Home Premium (32-bit/64-bit) (Service
Pack 1)
 Windows® 7 Professional (32-bit/64-bit) (Service
Pack 1)
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Windows®
7 Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit) (Service Pack
1)
 Windows® 7 Ultimate (32-bit/64-bit) (Service Pack 1)
 Windows Server® 2012 Standard (64-bit) (*1)
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 Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard (64-bit) (*1)
 Windows® 8 (32-bit/64-bit) (*1)
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 Windows 8 Pro (32-bit/64-bit) (*1)
 Windows® 8 Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit) (*1)
 Windows® 8.1 Pro (32-bit/64-bit) (including updates)
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 Windows Vista® Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit) (Service
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 Windows® 10 Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit) (*1)
 Windows® 10 Education (32-bit/64-bit) (*1)
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CPU
Intel® Pentium® 4 1.8 GHz or higher
(Recommended: Intel® Core™ i5 2.5 GHz or higher,
except for the CPU for mobile devices)
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Memory
1 GB or more (Recommended: 4 GB or more)
Hard disk
drive
5400 rpm or higher (Recommended: 7200 rpm or
higher)
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1024 × 768 pixel or higher, 65536-color display
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disk space
Requires free space of 2.2 GB or more (*2)
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Drive
Required for installing the software
Interface
USB2.0/1.1
*1: The bundled software operates as a desktop application.
*2: Required disk space for scanning documents varies according to the
file size of the scanned images.
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Installing the Bundled Software
This section explains about the procedure to install the
software from the bundled Setup DVD-ROM.
Note that there are two ways to install the bundled software:
select [Installation (Recommended)] to install all the software
required to operate the scanner at one time, or [Installation
(Custom)] to select and install the software that you need.
HINT
If the [fi Series Setup] window does not appear, open [Explorer] or
[Computer] and double-click [Setup.exe] in the Setup DVD-ROM.
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Click the [Installation (Recommended)] button.
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When [Installation (Recommended)] is selected, the following
software is installed:
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2
Turn on the computer and log onto Windows as a user
with administrator privileges.
Insert the Setup DVD-ROM into the DVD drive.
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■Installation (Recommended)
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ATTENTION
If an old version of the software is installed, uninstall it first. For details
about how to uninstall the software, refer to "A.5 Uninstalling the
Software" (page 149).
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■Installation (Custom)
1
In the same way as in "Installation (Recommended)"
(page 30), perform steps 1 through 2.
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Click the [Installation (Custom)] button.
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Check the displayed contents and click the [Next] button.
4
Select the check boxes for the software to be installed
and click the [Next] button.
5
Install the software following the instructions displayed on
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2.1 Loading Documents
This section explains how to load documents.
Preparation
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Fan the documents.
1 Grab a stack of documents, which should be 5 mm or less.
2 Hold both ends of the documents and fan them a few times.
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If you are loading multiple sheets, check the documents.
1 Check if the documents to be loaded are of the same width or
different widths.
Ways to load documents differ depending on whether they are the
same width or not.
If the document width varies, refer to "Conditions for Mixed Batch
Scanning" (page 41) or "Documents with Different Widths" (page
50).
2 Check the number of sheets.
Up to 50 sheets can be loaded (with paper weight of 80 g/m2 [20 lb]
and thickness of the document stack under 5 mm).
For details, refer to "Loading Capacity" (page 38).
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For details about the paper size and quality required for normal
operations, refer to "2.2 Documents for Scanning" (page 35).
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3 Rotate the documents by 90 degrees and fan them in the same
manner.
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4 Perform steps 1 to 3 for all documents.
5 Align the edges of the documents.
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For more details about how to fan documents, refer to the Error
Recovery Guide.
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3
Do not leave space between the side guides and the documents.
Otherwise, the documents may be fed skewed.
Pull out the chute extensions according to the length of
the documents.
Side Guides
For details, refer to "1.5 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute (Feeder)"
(page 22).
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Adjust the side guides to the width of the documents.
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Bring down the stacker and slide out the stacker
extension towards you according to the length of the
documents.
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Load documents in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
Load the documents face-down in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
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Scan the documents with the image scanning application.
For details, refer to the image scanning application manual.
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 Remove all paper clips and staples.
 Reduce the number of sheets if a multifeed or pick error occurs.
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Paper Size
Conditions
The following paper sizes can be scanned:
Paper Type
ADF
 Maximum size (width × length)
- A4 (portrait) (210 × 297 mm/8.3 × 11.7 in.)
- Legal (8.5 × 14 in.)
- Long Page (*1)
(216 × 863 mm/8.5 × 34 in., 216 × 5,588 mm/
8.3 × 220 in.)
 Minimum size (width × length)
50.8 × 50.8 mm/2 × 2 in.
The following paper types are recommended:
 Wood-free paper
 Wood-containing paper
 PPC paper (recycled)
 Plastic card
When using paper types other than the above, make sure to test with
the same type of paper first to check if the document can be scanned.
Paper Weight (Thickness)
*1: Depending on the application or the scan settings for the scanner
driver, there may be insufficient memory to perform scanning.
Long page scanning supports documents with a length of up to
5,588 mm (220 in.) when the resolution is set to 200 dpi or less.
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The following paper weights can be used:
 40 to 209 g/m2 (11 to 56 lb)
 127 to 209 g/m2 (34 to 56 lb) for A8 size
 0.76 mm (0.03 in.) or less for plastic cards (embossed cards can be
used)
Precautions
The following types of documents may not be scanned successfully:
 Documents of non-uniform thickness (such as envelopes or
documents with attachments)
 Wrinkled or curled documents
 Folded or torn documents
 Tracing paper
 Coated paper
 Carbon paper
 Photosensitive paper
 Perforated documents
 Documents that are not square or rectangular
 Very thin paper
 Photographs (photographic paper)
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The following types of documents must not be scanned:
 Paper-clipped or stapled documents
 Documents on which the ink is still wet
 Documents smaller than 50.8 × 50.8 mm (2 × 2 in.)
 Documents wider than 216 mm (8.5 in.)
 Documents other than paper/plastic card such as fabric, metal foil
and OHP film
 Important documents that must not be damaged or smeared
ATTENTION
 Since carbonless papers contain chemical substances that may
harm the rollers (such as a pick roller), take note of the following:
Cleaning: If paper jams occur frequently, clean the brake roller and
pick roller.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
Consumable replacement: The life of the brake roller and pick roller
may end sooner compared to scanning
wood-containing papers.
 When scanning wood containing papers, the life of the brake roller
and pick roller may end sooner compared to scanning wood-free
papers.
 Brake roller and pick roller may be damaged when a photo/sticky
note on the document contacts these parts during scanning.
 The surface of the document may be damaged when gloss papers
such as photographs are scanned.
 The light of the LED may reflect brightly when gloss papers are
scanned.
 When you scan plastic cards, take note of the following:
- Plastic cards should be within the following specifications:
ISO7810 ID-1 type compliant
Size: 85.6 × 53.98 mm
Thickness: 0.76 mm or less (embossed cards can be used)
Material: PVC (polyvinyl chloride) or PVCA (polyvinyl chloride
acetate)
Make sure to check if the cards can be fed before scanning them.
- When scanning cards from the ADF, load one card at a time in the
ADF paper chute (feeder).
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- It is recommended that a card should be loaded horizontally.
- It is recommended that a card should be loaded face-down in the
ADF paper chute.
- When you scan an embossed card, it is recommended that the
card should be loaded face-down in the ADF paper chute
horizontally.
- Thick or rigid cards that are difficult to bend may be fed skewed.
- If there is dirt on the surface of the card, such as grease marks
(fingerprints), perform scanning after wiping the dirt off.
- Scanning thick documents such as plastic cards will be falsely
detected as multifeed.
To scan such documents, disable the multifeed window display
function of the scanner driver, the Intelligent Multifeed function, or
the multifeed detection setting.
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HINT
 When scanning semi-transparent documents, increase the
brightness for scanning in the scanner driver to avoid bleed-through.
 When you scan documents written in lead pencil, make sure to clean
the rollers frequently. Otherwise, the rollers will be contaminated
which may leave black traces on the document or cause feeding
errors.
For details about cleaning, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
 If multifeeds, pick errors, or paper jams occur frequently, refer to "7.3
Troubleshooting" (page 84).
 When you scan documents with the ADF, all documents must be flat
on the leading edge. Make sure that curls on the leading edge of the
documents are kept within the following range:
30 mm or more
(1.18 in.)
30 mm or more
(1.18 in.)
Feeding direction
3 mm
or less
(0.12 in.)
Leading edge
Feeding direction
5 mm
or less
(0.20 in.)
Scanned side
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Loading Capacity
The number of sheets that can be loaded in the ADF paper chute (feeder) is determined by the paper size and paper weight. See
the graph below.
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Capacity
(sheets)
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0
40
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75 80
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64
75
80
90
105
127
209
lb
11
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24
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Area Not to Be Perforated
Conditions for Multifeed Detection
An error may occur when there are punched holes in the area
shaded in light blue in the figure below.
Fig. 1
Multifeed is an error where two or more sheets are fed through
the ADF at once. When a different document length is
detected, this detected result is also called a multifeed.
Multifeed detection is performed by either checking the
overlapping of documents, length of the documents, or the
combination of both. The following conditions are required for
an accurate detection.
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 Paper weight: 40 to 209 g/m2 (11 to 56 lb) (0.05 to 0.250 mm/0.002 to
0.010 in.)
 Do not punch holes within 35 mm (1.97 in.) over the center of the
document. See "Fig. 1" (page 39).
 Do not attach other documents within 50 mm (1.97 in.) over the
center of the document. See "Fig. 2" (page 40).
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 Load documents of the same length in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
 Variance in document lengths: 1% or less
 Do not punch holes within 35 mm (1.97 in.) over the center of the
document. See "Fig. 1" (page 39).
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 Load documents of the same length in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
(Unit: mm)
 Paper weight: 40 to 209 g/m2 (11 to 56 lb) (0.05 to 0.250 mm/0.002 to
0.010 in.)
 Variance in document lengths: 1% or less
 Do not punch holes within 35 mm (1.97 in.) over the center of the
document. See "Fig. 1" (page 39).
 Do not attach other documents within 50 mm (1.97 in.) over the
center of the document. See "Fig. 2" (page 40).
Center
ATTENTION
The above condition applies when the document is set to the center of
the pick roller width.
HINT
If there are any holes in the 35 mm-wide central column, you can move
the document to the left or right to avoid an error.
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HINT
 Accuracy of multifeed detection may drop with some documents.
Multifeed cannot be detected for the top 30 mm of a document.
 For the shaded area in "Fig. 2" (page 40), you can also specify a
length not to detect multifeeds in the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.6 Settings Related to Multifeed Detection"
(page 132).
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Bottom
Center
(Unit: mm)
ATTENTION
 The above condition applies when the document is set to the center
of the pick roller width.
 When you use detection by overlapping, scanning thick documents
such as plastic cards will be falsely detected as multifeed.
To scan such documents, disable the multifeed window display
function of the scanner driver, the Intelligent Multifeed function, or
the multifeed detection setting.
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Conditions for Mixed Batch Scanning
The following conditions apply when a mixed batch of
documents with different paper weights/friction coefficients/
sizes is scanned.
Make sure to test a few sheets first to check if the mixed batch
of documents can be fed.
For details, refer to "Documents with Different Widths" (page
50).
Paper Direction
Align the direction of the paper fiber with the feed direction.
Paper Weight (Thickness)
The following paper weights can be used:
40 to 209 g/m2 (11 to 56 lb)
Friction Coefficient
It is recommended that the same type of paper from the same
manufacturer should be used.
When papers of different manufacturers/brands are mixed, it affects the
feeding performance as the difference in the friction coefficient
increases.
The following friction coefficients are recommended:
0.35 to 0.60 (reference value for paper friction coefficient)
Paper Size
When you scan a mixed batch with different sizes, not feeding the
documents straight may cause troubles such as paper jams or part of
the image to appear missing.
It is recommended that you check the documents thoroughly before
scanning and also check the image if the document was skewed.
ATTENTION
 When a mixed batch with different sizes is scanned, documents are
more likely to skew because the side guides do not contact every
sheet.
 Do not use [Check Length] or [Check Overlapping and Length] for
multifeed detection.
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Documents That Cannot Be Scanned in a Mixed Batch
The following types of documents cannot be mixed in the same batch:
 Carbonless paper
 Bond paper
 Perforated documents
 Thermal paper
 Carbon-backed paper
 OHP film
 Tracing paper
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Document Position
Use paper sizes that fit the 39 mm width of the pick roller in the center.
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Combinations of Standard Paper Sizes in a Mixed Batch
Refer to the table below for a guideline of the range available for mixed batch scanning.
However, note that not feeding the documents straight may cause troubles such as paper jams or part of the image to appear missing.
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It is recommended that you check the documents thoroughly before scanning and also check the image if the document was skewed.
Maximum size
Width (mm) (*1)
Minimum
size
LTR (P)
216
A4 (P)
A5 (L)
210
B5 (P)
B6 (L)
182
A5 (P)
A6 (L)
149
B6 (P)
B7 (L)
129
A6 (P)
A7 (L)
105
B7 (P)
B8 (L)
91
A7 (P)
A8 (L)
74.3
B8 (P)
64.3
A8 (P)
52.5
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(P): Portrait
(L): Landscape
LTR (P)
A4 (P)
A5 (L)
B5 (P)
B6 (L)
A5 (P)
A6 (L)
B6 (P)
B7 (L)
A6 (P)
A7 (L)
B7 (P)
B8 (L)
A7 (P)
A8 (L)
B8 (P)
A8 (P)
216
210
182
149
129
105
91
74.3
64.3
52.5
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*1: The figure below shows how to load the widest and the narrowest
documents of the batch between the side guides.
Center
Maximum width
Minimum width
Side guides
ATTENTION
B8 (portrait) and A8 (portrait) cannot be scanned with paper of other
sizes.
Conditions for Automatic Page Size Detection
[Automatic Page Size Detection] does not work with the
following types of documents:
 Non-rectangular documents
[Automatic Page Size Detection] may not work with the
following types of documents:
 Thin paper (52 g/m2 [14 lb] or less)
 White documents with glossy edges
 Documents with darkish (gray) edges
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Conditions for Using the Carrier Sheet
■Paper Size
The following paper sizes can be scanned:
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Carrier Sheet (216 × 297 mm)
A3 (297 × 420 mm) (*1)
A4 (210 × 297 mm)
A5 (148 × 210 mm)
A6 (105 × 148 mm)
B4 (257 × 364 mm) (*1)
B5 (182 × 257 mm)
B6 (128 × 182 mm)
Post card (100 × 148 mm) (*2)
Business card (91 × 55 mm, 55 × 91 mm) (*2)
Letter (8.5 × 11 in./216 × 279.4 mm)
Double Letter (11 × 17 in./279.4 × 431.8 mm) (*1)
Custom size
Width: 25.4 to 216 mm (1 to 8.5 in.)
Length: 25.4 to 297 mm (1 to 11.69 in.)
*1: Fold in half for scanning.
*2: You can scan them with PaperStream IP (TWAIN) or PaperStream IP
(TWAIN x64).
■Conditions
Paper Type
The following paper type is recommended:
Standard office paper
Paper Weight (Thickness)
The following paper weights can be used:
 Depending on the amount of memory used by running applications,
there may be insufficient memory to scan a double-page spread
document with the Carrier Sheet in high resolution. In that case,
specify a lower resolution and try scanning again.
 Do not write on, color, stain, or cut the end with a black and white
pattern on the Carrier Sheet. Otherwise, the Carrier Sheet may not be
recognized correctly.
 Do not place the Carrier Sheet upside down. Otherwise, a paper jam
may occur and damage the Carrier Sheet and the document inside.
 Do not leave your document inside the Carrier Sheet for a long time.
Otherwise, the ink on the document may be transferred onto the
Carrier Sheet.
 To avoid deformation, do not use or leave the Carrier Sheet in high
temperature places such as under direct sunlight or near a heating
apparatus for a long time.
 Do not fold or pull the Carrier Sheet.
 Do not use a damaged Carrier Sheet because it may damage or
cause the scanner to malfunction.
 To avoid deformation, keep the Carrier Sheet on a flat surface without
any weight on it.
 Be careful not to cut your finger on the edge of the Carrier Sheet.
 If paper jams occur frequently, feed about 50 sheets of PPC paper
(recycled paper) before scanning with the Carrier Sheet.
The PPC paper can either be blank or printed.
 Paper jams may occur when you place several small documents
(such as photos or postcards) in the Carrier Sheet for scanning. It is
recommended that you place only one document at a time in the
Carrier Sheet.
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Up to 209 g/m2 (56 lb)
Up to 105 g/m2 (28 lb) when folded in half
Precautions
Take note of the following:
 Up to three Carrier Sheets can be loaded at once.
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3.1 Operator Panel
The operator panel consists of a Function Number Display, buttons and LED indicator.
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LED Indicator
Lights in orange when an error occurs.
Flashes when the ADF is open.
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Function Number Display
Indicates the status of the scanner.
Switches off when the scanner enters power saving mode.
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*1: For details about the setup method for a scan using the
[Scan/Stop] button or the [Send to] button, refer to the
scanner driver's Help or "Using a Button on the
Scanner to Start Scanning" (page 57).
*2: Pressing the [Send to] button when scanning a
document, pauses the scanning process, after the
document is scanned.
[Function] Button
Switches the number (from 1 to 9/C) for the application that is launched when the
[Send to] button is pressed.
[Send to] Button (*1) (*2)
Launches the linked application software.
Clears the displayed error indication.
Pauses the scan.
[Scan/Stop] Button (*1)
Launches the linked application software.
Clears the displayed error indication.
Cancels the scan while scanning by pressing this button.
Resumes the scan.
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[Power] Button
Turns the power on/off.
Lights in green when the scanner is turned on.
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Indications on Function Number Display
Display
Description
8
Displayed when the scanner is turned on.
P
Indicates that the initialization is in process after the scanner
is turned on.
0
Indicates that the initialization is in process and is near the
end of process after the scanner is turned on.
1
Ready to start scanning.
Indicates that the initialization was successfully completed
after the scanner is turned on.
This status is referred to as "ready status".
Function
number
(such as
"1")
Flashing
After multifeed is detected, the function number flashes.
This indicates that the process to determine whether or not
to memorize the overlap pattern is in progress.
For details, refer to "Ignoring Multifeed for a Set Pattern"
(page 59).
c
Flashing
Indicates that the ADF is opened in ready status.
In this case, the LED indicator also flashes.
When the ADF is closed, the display returns to the ready
status ("1").
For details about how to close the ADF, refer to "1.4
Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
If the display does not return to the ready status ("1") even
after the ADF is closed, turn the power off then back on. If
the problem still persists, contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
P
Flashing
J
U
Indicates that the [Send to] button was pressed to pause the
scan.
Press the [Scan/Stop] button to resume the paused scan.
Indicates that a temporary error occurred during scanning.
The letter "J" or "U" and an error code appear alternately.
For more details about the errors, refer to "Temporary
Errors" (page 82).
Press the [Scan/Stop] button or the [Send to] button in this
status to return to the ready status ("1").
Display
Description
E
C
H
L
Indicates that a device error (alarm) occurred during
initialization or scanning.
The letter "E", "C", "H" or "L" and an alarm number appear
alternately.
For more details about the errors, refer to "Device Errors"
(page 82).
Press the [Scan/Stop] button or the [Send to] button in this
status to return to the ready status ("1").
When this alarm occurs, turn the power off then back on. If
the problem still persists, contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
None
Switches off when the scanner enters power saving mode.
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This chapter explains how to configure scanner settings and scan different types of documents with the image scanning
application.
4.1 Summary ....................................................................................................................................................49
4.2 Scanning Documents of Different Types and Sizes....................................................................................50
4.3 Advanced Scanning....................................................................................................................................56
4.4 Customizing the Scanner Settings .............................................................................................................57
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4.1 Summary
The following lists the main ways of scanning documents:
Scanning Documents of Different Types and Sizes
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"Documents with Different Widths" (page 50)
"Documents Larger than A4 Size" (page 51)
"Scanning Photographs and Clippings" (page 53)
"Long Page Scanning" (page 55)
Advanced Scanning
 "Feeding Documents Manually in the ADF" (page 56)
Customizing the Scanner Settings
 "Using a Button on the Scanner to Start Scanning" (page 57)
 "Ignoring Multifeed for a Set Pattern" (page 59)
For information on other ways of scanning, refer to the
scanner driver's Help.
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4.2 Scanning Documents of Different Types and Sizes
Documents with Different Widths
ATTENTION
When you scan a mixed batch with different widths, some of the smaller
documents may be skewed or not fed into the ADF. In that case,
separate the documents by their widths, and scan them in different
batches.
HINT
For details about the conditions for documents that can be scanned in a
mixed batch, refer to the "Conditions for Mixed Batch Scanning" (page
41).
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ATTENTION
Make sure that all documents are placed underneath the pick
roller. Otherwise, some documents may be skewed or not fed into
the ADF.
Width of the Pick Roller
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Align the top of the documents.
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2
Place the documents at the center of the ADF paper chute
(feeder), and adjust the side guides to the widest
document in the batch.
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 32).
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3
Adjust the stacker to fit the longest document.
4
In the scanner driver, configure the scan settings to detect
the paper size automatically.
For details, refer to "Setting Up the Stacker" (page 23).
For details, refer to the scanner driver's Help.
5
Scan the documents with the image scanning application.
For details, refer to the image scanning application manual.
Documents Larger than A4 Size
The Carrier Sheet can be used to scan documents larger than
A4/Letter size, such as A3 or B4. By folding the document in
half and scanning in duplex mode, the two sides are merged
into a single image.
ATTENTION
Part of the image around where the document is folded may appear
missing. This way of scanning is not recommended for obtaining high
quality images.
HINT
You can also scan a double-sided document the size of which is A4 or
smaller, and output the image as a double-page spread image.
In this case, place the double-sided document the size of which is A4 or
smaller inside the Carrier Sheet shown in step 2.
1
Place the document inside the Carrier Sheet.
1 Fold the document in half so that the sides to be scanned are
facing out.
Fold it firmly and smooth out any creases.
Otherwise, it may cause the document to skew while the feeding is
in progress.
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2 Place the document inside the Carrier Sheet.
Align the fold line with the right edge of the Carrier Sheet so that
the document fits in the upper right-hand corner.
2
Load the Carrier Sheet face-down with the end which has
the black and white pattern placed as the leading edge in
the ADF paper chute (feeder).
Secure the Carrier Sheet with the side guides to avoid skewing.
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The front side of the Carrier Sheet has a thick vertical line on
the right side of the black and white pattern.
3
In the scanner driver, configure the scan settings for using
the Carrier Sheet.
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For some image scanning applications, the setup window for the
scanner driver may not appear.
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Scan the document with the image scanning application.
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The images of the front and back are merged into a single image.
Scanning Photographs and Clippings
Using the Carrier Sheet allows you to scan documents that
can be damaged quite easily such as photographs, or
documents that are difficult to load directly such as newspaper
clippings.
1
ATTENTION
 A line or a gap may appear between the front and back side
images.
Also when you scan thick papers, images on both left and right
may skew towards each other from the top.
These symptoms may be improved when you perform the
following:
- Fold the document firmly
- Align the edges of the document neatly with the edges of the
Carrier Sheet
- Turn over the Carrier Sheet to the other (reverse) side
 When [Automatic] is specified for [Paper Size], the closest
standard size (A3, B4 or Double Letter) is selected from the
same drop-down list. Note that the size of the image may
become smaller than the original document depending on the
document scanned.
Example: When you scan an A3 size document whose content
is printed to fit A4 size in the center
The image is output in B4 size.
To output the scanned image in the actual size of the document,
specify the document size for [Paper size].
 Part of the image around where the document is folded may
appear missing. In that case, place the document so its edge is
about 1 mm inside from the edge of the Carrier Sheet.
 When [Black & White] is specified for [Image Mode], a shadow
may appear on the edges around the document that is
scanned.
Place the document inside the Carrier Sheet.
Place it against the top center of the Carrier Sheet.
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2
Load the Carrier Sheet face-down with the end that has
the black and white pattern placed as the leading edge in
the ADF paper chute (feeder), as shown below.
Secure the Carrier Sheet with the side guides to avoid skewing.
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In the scanner driver, configure the scan settings for using
the Carrier Sheet.
For details, refer to the scanner driver's Help.
4
ATTENTION
 The image is output at the center of the page in the size
specified in [Paper Size].
 When [Automatic] is specified for [Paper Size], the closest
standard size is selected from the same drop-down list. Note
that the size of the image may become smaller than the original
document depending on the document scanned, or part of the
image may appear missing.
Example: When an A5 size image is printed in the center of an
A4 size document
The image is output in A5 size.
To output the scanned image in the actual size of the document,
specify the document size for [Paper size].
HINT
In the following cases, place a blank (white) sheet of paper
underneath the document when scanning:
 The scanned image is not output in the correct size when
[Automatic] is selected in the [Paper size] drop-down list
 Shadows appear around the edges of the scanned image
 Black lines appear around the edges of a uniquely shaped
cutting
 Colors outside the document appear on the scanned image
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Long Page Scanning
- Removing
Secure enough space around the stacker to prevent the
ejected sheet from falling off the stacker.
Documents with a length up to 5,588 mm (220 in.) can be
scanned by long page scanning.
Depending on the resolution setting or the image scanning
application, the document sizes that can be scanned may
differ.
For details, refer to the image scanning application manual.
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Load a document in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
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For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 32).
ATTENTION
 Long page documents should be loaded one sheet at a time in
the ADF paper chute (feeder).
 When you scan long pages, take note of the following:
- Loading
Hold the document with your hand so it does not fall out of the
ADF paper chute (feeder).
HINT
To scan documents longer than A4/Letter size, perform the
following:
 Pull out the chute extensions all the way.
For details, refer to "1.5 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute
(Feeder)" (page 22).
 Bring down the stacker and slide out the stacker extension
towards you.
For details, refer to "1.6 Setting Up the Stacker" (page 23).
2
In the scanner driver, configure the scan settings to scan
the paper size of the long page.
For details, refer to the scanner driver's Help.
For some image scanning applications, the setup window for the
scanner driver may not appear.
3
Scan the document with the image scanning application.
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Feeding Documents Manually in the ADF
Documents can also be loaded manually one sheet at a time
in the ADF.
Normally, in automatic feeding, the scanner stops scanning
once all the documents loaded in the ADF paper chute
(feeder) have been scanned. In manual feeding, the scanner
waits for the next document to be loaded within a specified
time. Scanning will continue as long as another document is
loaded within the set time, and stops if no document is loaded.
By using this method, you can perform scanning as you check
the documents one by one.
Manual feeding is effective in the following cases:
 To scan as you check the contents of each sheet.
 To scan documents that cause multifeed or paper jam when loaded
together in the same batch.
 To continue scanning documents such as magazine or newspaper
clippings that cannot be loaded together.
1
2
3
Scan the document with the image scanning application.
For details, refer to the image scanning application manual.
After the document is scanned, the rollers inside the ADF keep
rotating, waiting for the next document to be loaded for the time
specified in the Software Operation Panel.
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5
Load the next document in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
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The document is scanned.
Repeat step 4 until all documents are scanned.
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Scanning will stop if no document is loaded within the set time.
HINT
 Pressing the [Send to] button on the operator panel while the
scanner is waiting for the next document to be loaded will stop
the scan immediately.
 When [Manual-feed timeout] is enabled, the scanner will wait
for the set time even if you start scanning with no document in
the ADF paper chute (feeder).
 When you use manual feeding frequently, replacement cycle of
the consumables may be shortened.
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Enable manual feeding in the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Waiting Time in Manual Feed Mode [Manual-feed
timeout]" (page 138).
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Load a document in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
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Settings
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4.4 Customizing the Scanner Settings
Using a Button on the Scanner to Start Scanning
The [Scan/Stop] button and the [Send to] button on the
operator panel can be configured to perform scanning by
pressing the button.
To configure this setting, you first need to assign an
application to be launched from the [Scan/Stop] button and the
[Send to] button.
Computer Setup
1
4
Right-click on the scanner icon, and select [Scan
properties] from the displayed menu.
The properties window of the scanner appears.
5
Click the [Events] tab and select an event.
From the [Select an event] drop-down list, select an event from which
you want to launch an application.
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Display the [Control Panel] window.
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Click [Start] menu  [Control Panel].
 Windows Server 2012 R2/Windows 8.1
Click [] on the lower left side of the Start screen  [Control
Panel] under [Windows System].
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Confirm that the scanner is connected to the computer,
then turn on the scanner.
 Windows Server 2012/Windows 8
Right-click the Start screen, and select [All apps] on the app bar
 [Control Panel] under [Windows System].
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Operator Panel
For details about how to connect the scanner to the computer, refer to
the Quick Installation Sheet.
For details about how to turn on the scanner, refer to "1.3 Turning the
Power ON/OFF" (page 19).
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In this function, the following events can be specified:
 [Scan Button]
Press the [Scan/Stop] button
 [Send to 1] to [Send to 9]
Press the [Send to] button while the function number display
shows a number (from 1 to 9)
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To display [], move the mouse cursor.
 Windows 10
Right-click the [Start] menu and select [Control Panel].
3
Click [View devices and printers].
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Select an action and an application to be launched by the
scanner button event.
Click [Start this program] under [Actions], and select an application
from the drop-down list on the right.
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Send to
[Send to] Button
[Scan/Stop] Button
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/Stop
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 Using the [Scan/Stop] button
No special settings required.
Press the [Scan/Stop] button to launch the selected application.
 Using the [Send to] button
Press the [Function] button to change the number in the function
number display.
Match the number with the event configured in the computer ([Send
to 1] to [Send to 9]).
For example, to execute the [Send to 2] event, the function number
display shows "2".
Press the [Send to] button to launch the selected application.
7
Click the [OK] button.
The setup of the computer is completed. Proceed to configure the
scanner settings.
HINT
To configure multiple events, repeat steps 4 to 7.
HINT
 For details about the operator panel, refer to "Chapter 3 How to
Use the Operator Panel" (page 45).
 Each time when you press the [Function] button, the display
changes as follows: "1, 2, 3, ... 9, C, 1, 2, 3, ...".
The number from 1 to 9 corresponds to the event configured in
the computer ([Send to 1] to [Send to 9]).
"C" corresponds to Software Operation Panel. (The settings
cannot be changed.)
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Ignoring Multifeed for a Set Pattern
Intelligent Multifeed Function
The following three modes are available:
If you attempt to scan a document with an attachment such as
sticky note, receipt, or photo while multifeed detection is
enabled, the scanner may falsely recognize this as a multifeed
error and stop the scan. To scan these types of documents,
the "Intelligent Multifeed Function" is available.
There are two modes in this function. In one mode, you can
suppress multifeeds forcibly by using the operator panel on
the scanner. In the other mode, you can suppress multifeeds
automatically by letting the scanner memorize the location and
the length of the attachment.
Sticky Note
Receipt
or Photograph
Document
Mode
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Manual mode
(Bypass by front
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Checks for any paper attached every time a
multifeed occurs, and continues scanning.
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Auto mode 1
(Bypass by
combination of
length and position)
Used to scan documents with paper of the same
size attached in the same location.
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Auto mode 2
(Bypass by length)
Used to scan documents with paper of the same
size attached in different locations.
ATTENTION
Irregular images may be output when multifeeds occur.
Select the mode in the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Specifying an Area Not to Detect Multifeed
[Intelligent Multifeed Function]" (page 137).
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Preparation Before Using This Function
2
Before using this function, configure [Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] or
[Check Overlapping and length] for multifeed detection method by
performing one of following:
 Configure the setting in the scanner driver.
For details, refer to the scanner driver's Help.
 Configure the setting in the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Specifying a Multifeed Detection Method
[Multifeed]" (page 132).
 When a multifeed occurs
"J" and "2" appear alternately.
 When a document is ejected
The function number flashes.
Be careful not to get your fingers caught when
closing the ADF.
Function Number Display
[Function] Button
Function
Send to
ATTENTION
Confirm that the ADF is closed properly. Otherwise, the document
may not be fed into the ADF.
[Send to] Button
[Scan/Stop] Button
Scan
/Stop
Power
1
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
When the ADF is closed, indication on the function number display of
the operator panel changes as follows:
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Check
If you open the ADF to remove the document, close it.
After a multifeed error occurs, either press the [Send to]
button to eject the document from the paper path or open
the ADF to remove the document.
When the ADF is open, it might close
accidentally. Be careful not to get your fingers
caught.
3
Load the documents back in the ADF paper chute
(feeder).
If a multifeed by difference in length is detected,
either press the [Scan/Stop] button or perform a scan from the
computer (do not press the [Function] button).
If there is an attachment which is likely to be the cause of the
multifeed error, then proceed to the next step.
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4
Press the [Function] button and confirm that the function
number flashing is faster, and then either press the [Scan/Stop]
button or perform a scan from the computer.
From this point, note that the function number flashing speed
switches between "slower"  "faster" every time you press the
[Function] button. When the flashing speed is set to faster, the
scanner operates in each mode as follows:
ATTENTION
When switching the flashing speed between "slower"  "faster" by
pressing the [Function] button, do not hold down the button for five
seconds or more. Doing so may erase the memorized overlap
pattern and longest overlap length.
 Manual mode (Bypass by front panel button)
Scans the next sheet without multifeed detection, and from the
second sheet, multifeeds are detected based on the setting
configured in the scanner driver or the Software Operation Panel.
 Auto mode 1 (Bypass by combination of length and position)
Memorizes the length and location of the paper attachment that
was detected as multifeed, and continues scanning. When a paper
attachment of a similar pattern is detected, multifeed detection is
automatically suppressed.(*1)(*2)
 Auto mode 2 (Bypass by length)
Memorizes the length of the longest paper attachment that was
detected as multifeed, and continues scanning. When a paper
attachment of the same length or shorter is detected, multifeed
detection is automatically suppressed.(*2)
*1: Eight overlap patterns can be memorized in this mode.
When it exceeds this limit, the first pattern that was
memorized is erased from the memory.
*2: To erase the memorized overlap patterns and the longest
overlap length, hold down the [Function] button for five
seconds or more while the function number is flashing. After
erasing is completed, the function number display shows
"□".
This allows you to erase multifeed patterns and the longest
overlap length that were not supposed to be memorized. Be
careful with this operation because all memorized patterns
will be erased.
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This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
Do not use aerosol spray or spray that contains alcohol. Paper
dust blown up by strong air from the spray may enter inside the
scanner which may cause the scanner to fail or malfunction.
Also note that sparks generated by static electricity may cause a
fire.
The inside of the ADF becomes very hot when the scanner is
being used.
Before you start cleaning the inside, make sure to turn off the
power, unplug the power cable and wait at least 15 minutes for
the inside of the ADF to cool down.
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5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations that Require Cleaning...........................................................................63
5.2 Cleaning the Outside ..................................................................................................................................65
5.3 Cleaning the Inside.....................................................................................................................................66
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5.4 Cleaning the Carrier Sheet .........................................................................................................................71
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5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations that Require Cleaning
Cleaning Materials
Name
Cleaner F1
ATTENTION
In order to use the cleaning materials safely and correctly, read the
precautions on each product thoroughly.
Part No.
PA039500352
Notes
100 ml
Moisten a cloth or Cleaning
Paper with this liquid to
wipe the scanner clean.
It may take a long time to
dry if an excessive amount
of Cleaner F1 is used. Use
it in small quantity. Wipe off
the cleaner completely to
leave no residue on the
cleaned parts.
Cleaning Paper
CA995010012
10 sheets
Use this non-woven sheet
with Cleaner F1.
Cleaning Wipe
PA039500419
24 packets
Pre-moistened with Cleaner F1.
It can be used instead of
moistening a cloth with Cleaner
F1.
Cotton swab
Dry cloth
Commercially available
For more information about the cleaning materials, contact
your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
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Location and Frequency
Location
ADF
Brake roller
Frequency
Every 3,000 sheets
Pick roller
Plastic idler roller
Glass
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Ultrasonic sensor
Feed roller
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Eject roller
ATTENTION
Cleaning cycles may vary depending on the condition of the documents.
Also, cleaning must be performed more frequently when the following
types of documents are scanned:
 Smooth-faced documents such as coated paper
 Documents with printed text/graphics that almost cover the entire
surface
 Chemically-treated documents such as carbonless paper
 Documents containing a large amount of calcium carbonate
 Documents written in lead pencil
 Documents on which the toner is not sufficiently fused
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5.2 Cleaning the Outside
The outside of the scanner, including the ADF paper chute
(feeder) and the stacker, should be cleaned with either a piece
of dry cloth, a cloth moistened with Cleaner F1/mild detergent,
or a sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
ATTENTION
 To avoid deformation and discoloration, never use paint thinner or
any other organic solvents.
 Be careful not to let any moisture or water inside the scanner during
cleaning.
 It may take a long time to dry if an excessive amount of Cleaner F1/
mild detergent is used. Use it in small quantity. Wipe off the cleaner
completely to leave no residue on the cleaned parts.
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Cloth
Cleaner F1
or Mild Detergent
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5.3 Cleaning the Inside
Cleaning the ADF (with Cleaning Paper)
The ADF can be cleaned with a sheet of Cleaning Paper
moistened with Cleaner F1.
As the scanner continues to feed the documents, paper dust
will accumulate inside the ADF and it may cause scanning
errors.
Cleaning should be performed approximately every 3,000
sheets scanned. Note that this guideline varies depending on
the types of documents you scan. For instance, it may be
necessary to clean the scanner more frequently when you
scan documents on which the toner is not sufficiently fused.
ATTENTION
 Do not use water or mild detergent to clean the ADF.
 It may take a long time to dry if an excessive amount of Cleaner F1 is
used. Use it in small quantity.
1
Turn on the scanner.
2
Spray the Cleaning Paper with Cleaner F1.
3
Pull out the chute extensions according to the length of
the Cleaning Paper.
Load the Cleaning Paper in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
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Adjust the side guides to the width of the Cleaning Paper.
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Do not leave space between the side guides and the Cleaning Paper.
Otherwise, the Cleaning Paper may be fed skewed.
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For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 19).
For details, refer to "1.5 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute (Feeder)"
(page 22).
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Bring down the stacker and slide out the stacker
extension towards you according to the length of the
Cleaning Paper.
For details, refer to "1.6 Setting Up the Stacker" (page 23).
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8
Start an application available for scanning and scan the
Cleaning Paper.
Cleaning the ADF (with Cloth)
The Cleaning Paper is fed and ejected onto the stacker.
The ADF can be cleaned with a piece of cloth moistened with
Cleaner F1, or a sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
As the scanner continues to feed the documents, paper dust
will accumulate inside the ADF and it may cause scanning
errors.
Cleaning should be performed approximately every 3,000
sheets scanned. Note that this guideline varies depending on
the types of documents you scan. For instance, it may be
necessary to clean the scanner more frequently when you
scan documents on which the toner is not sufficiently fused.
Reset the counter for the scanned sheets after cleaning in
the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Resetting the Sheet Counters" (page 123).
The inside of the ADF becomes very hot when the
scanner is being used.
Before you start cleaning the inside, make sure to
turn off the power, unplug the power cable and wait
at least 15 minutes for the inside of the ADF to cool
down.
ATTENTION
 Do not use water or mild detergent to clean the ADF.
 It may take a long time to dry if an excessive amount of Cleaner F1 is
used. Use it in small quantity. Wipe off the cleaner completely to
leave no residue on the cleaned parts.
1
2
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Turn off the scanner and wait for at least 15 minutes.
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 19).
Unplug the power cable.
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3
Open the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
When the ADF is open, it might close
accidentally. Be careful not to get your fingers
caught.
4
Clean the following locations with a cloth moistened with
Cleaner F1 or a sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
Ultrasonic Sensor (× 2)
Plastic Idler Roller
(Also on the ADF paper chute.)
(× 4)
Glass (× 2)
Brake Roller (× 2)
(Also on the ADF paper
chute.)
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Eject Roller (× 2)
Feed Roller
(× 2)
Pick Roller
(× 2)
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Brake Roller (× 2)
Plastic Idler Roller (× 4)
Remove the roller from the scanner.
For details about removing the brake roller, refer to "6.2 Replacing the
Roller Set" (page 74).
Gently wipe off any dirt or dust along the grooves, taking care not to
damage the roller surface.
Gently wipe off any dirt or dust as you rotate the roller manually, taking
care not to damage the roller surface. Make sure that it is wiped properly
because black residue on the roller will affect the feeding performance.
Glass (× 2)
Gently wipe the dirt and dust off the surface of the glass sections.
ATTENTION
Vertical streaks may appear on the scanned image when the glass
sections are dirty.
Pick Roller (× 2)
Ultrasonic Sensor (× 2)
Gently wipe the dirt and dust off the surface of the ultrasonic sensors. If
it is difficult to clean, use a cotton swab.
ATTENTION
When cleaning, be careful not to damage the document sensor with a
cloth or Cleaning Wipe.
Gently wipe off any dirt or dust along the grooves as you rotate the roller
manually, taking care not to damage the roller surface. Make sure that it
is wiped properly because black residue on the roller will affect the
feeding performance.
Feed Roller (× 2)/Eject Roller (× 2)
The power must be turned on to rotate the feed/eject rollers.
1 Plug the power cable, and turn on the scanner.
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 19).
2 After "1" is displayed on the Function Number Display on the
operator panel, open the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
When the ADF is open, it might close
accidentally. Be careful not to get your
fingers caught.
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3 When you press the [Send to] and [Scan/Stop] buttons on the
operator panel at the same time, the feed/eject rollers rotate a
certain amount.
6
Reset the counter for the scanned sheets after cleaning in
the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Resetting the Sheet Counters" (page 123).
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[Send to] Button
Send to
[Scan/Stop] Button
Scan
/Stop
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Power
Be careful not to touch the rollers with your
hand while they are rotating.
4 Put a piece of cloth moistened with Cleaner F1 or a sheet of
Cleaning Wipe against the roller surface, and wipe horizontally.
Wipe off any dirt or dust on the surface by pressing the [Send to]
and [Scan/Stop] buttons at the same time to rotate the rollers.
Make sure that it is wiped properly because black residue on the
roller will affect the feeding performance.
As a guideline, pressing the [Send to] and [Scan/Stop] buttons
seven times simultaneously will rotate the feed/eject rollers one
revolution.
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Close the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
Be careful not to get your fingers caught when
closing the ADF.
ATTENTION
Confirm that the ADF is closed properly. Otherwise, the document
may not be fed into the ADF.
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5.4 Cleaning the Carrier Sheet
The Carrier Sheet should be cleaned with either a piece of dry
cloth, a cloth moistened with Cleaner F1/mild detergent, or a
sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
Gently wipe the dirt and dust off the surface and the inside of
the Carrier Sheet.
As you keep using the Carrier Sheet, dirt and dust will
accumulate on the surface and the inside.
Clean it regularly because it may result in scanning errors.
ATTENTION
 Make sure that the Carrier Sheet is not creased.
 To avoid deformation and discoloration, never use paint thinner or
any other organic solvents.
 Do not use force to rub against the Carrier Sheet because it may be
damaged or deformed.
 After cleaning the inside, do not close the Carrier Sheet until it is
completely dry.
 The Carrier Sheet should be replaced approximately every 500
scans.
For information on purchasing the Carrier Sheet, contact your
FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
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This chapter describes how to replace the consumables for the scanner.
The inside of the ADF becomes very hot when the
scanner is being used.
Before you replace the consumables, make sure
you turn off the power, unplug the power cable and
wait at least 15 minutes for the inside of the ADF to
cool down.
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6.2 Replacing the Roller Set.............................................................................................................................74
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6.1 Consumables and Replacement Cycles
The following table shows the consumables used for the
scanner.
Name
Roller Set
 Brake roller
 Pick roller
Part No.
PA037060001
Suggested Replacement
Cycle
200,000 sheets or one year
Consumables need to be replaced periodically. It is
recommended that you keep a stock of new consumables and
replace them before it reaches the end of the consumable life.
The scanner records the number of sheets scanned after the
consumables (brake roller/pick roller) are replaced, which
allows you to check the status on each consumable.
For details, refer to "8.4 Settings Related to Sheet Counters"
(page 122).
Note that the suggested replacement cycles are guidelines for
using A4 (80 g/m2 [20 lb]) wood-free or wood-containing
paper, as these cycles vary depending on the type of
documents scanned and how often the scanner is used and
cleaned.
HINT
Only use the specified consumables.
To purchase the consumables, contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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6.2 Replacing the Roller Set
The Roller Set consists of the brake roller and the pick roller.
Replace each roller in the following procedure.
1
Turn off the scanner and wait for at least 15 minutes.
2
Unplug the power cable.
3
Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute
(feeder).
4
Open the ADF.
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Replace the brake roller.
1 Open the cover.
Hold both ends of the cover, and open it in the direction of the
arrow.
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For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
When the ADF is open, it might close
accidentally. Be careful not to get your fingers
caught.
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2 Remove the brake roller.
4 Attach a new brake roller on the shaft.
Lift the right side of the roller first, then pull out the shaft from the
slot on the left.
Insert the protrusion on the shaft into the slot.
Brake Roller
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2
Protrusion
Brake Roller
Shaft
Shaft
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5 Attach the shaft back in the scanner.
Insert the left end of the shaft into the hole in accordance with the
hole shape, and then attach the right side of the shaft.
Shaft
3 Remove the brake roller from its shaft.
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2 Rotate the bushing in the direction of the arrow.
6 Close the cover.
ATTENTION
Confirm that the brake roller is installed properly. Otherwise, it may
cause feeding errors such as paper jams.
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Replace the pick roller.
1 Open the sheet guide.
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Slide the side guides all the way, and pull the sheet guide open
from the dip.
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Bushing
Side Guides
3 Remove the pick roller.
Lift up the bushing side of the pick roller slightly (about 5 mm),
move it towards the bushing, and pull it out.
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ATTENTION
Be careful not to touch the grease on the gear near the bushing.
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6 Close the sheet guide.
4 Install the new pick roller in the scanner.
Insert the left end of the shaft into the slot, and lower the other end
gradually.
Make sure that both ends of the sheet guide are locked firmly.
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Close the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
Be careful not to get your fingers caught when
closing the ADF.
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2
9
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Plug the power cable, and turn on the scanner.
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 19).
Reset the sheet counter in the Software Operation Panel.
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5 Rotate the bushing in the direction of the arrow.
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Bushing
ATTENTION
Confirm that the pick roller is installed properly. Otherwise, it may
cause feeding errors such as paper jams.
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This chapter explains about the countermeasures against paper jams and other troubles, items to check before contacting
your scanner service provider, and how to read the product labels on the scanner.
ATTENTION
For details about other errors/troubles that are not covered in this
chapter, refer to the scanner driver's Help or the Error Recovery Guide.
7.1 Paper Jam ..................................................................................................................................................79
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7.2 Error Indications on Operator Panel ...........................................................................................................81
7.3 Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................................................................84
Daily Care
7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner Service Provider...................................................................................104
7.5 Checking the Product Labels....................................................................................................................106
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7.1 Paper Jam
When your document is jammed inside the scanner, remove
the document in the following procedure:
3
Remove the jammed document.
 Do not use force to pull out the jammed
document, and make sure to open the ADF first.
 Be careful not to touch any sharp parts upon
removing jammed documents.
 Be careful not to get things such as hair, a tie or
necklaces caught inside the scanner.
 The inside of the ADF may become extremely
hot during operation.
1
2
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Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute
(feeder).
ATTENTION
 Make sure to check the documents and the paper path
thoroughly. Remove any metal objects such as staples or paper
clips to prevent paper jams.
 Be careful not to damage the glass surfaces and the guides
when removing documents with metal objects such as staples
or paper clips.
Open the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
When the ADF is open, it might close
accidentally. Be careful not to get your fingers
caught.
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Close the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
Be careful not to get your fingers caught when
closing the ADF.
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ATTENTION
 Confirm that the ADF is closed properly. Otherwise, the
document may not be fed into the ADF.
 Occasionally when scanning is complete or canceled,
documents may remain in the ADF without any error message
displayed. In that case, remove the documents by following the
above steps 1 to 4.
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7.2 Error Indications on Operator Panel
When an error occurs during operation, the LED indicator
lights in orange.
In addition, the indication on the Function Number Display
changes as follows:
 For temporary errors
The letter "J" or "U" and an error code appear alternately.
 For device errors
The letter "E", "C", "H" or "L" and an alarm number appear alternately.
Temporary errors can be recovered by the operator, whereas
device errors require troubleshooting by a service engineer.
While a temporary error is displayed, you can clear the error
display by pressing the [Scan/Stop] button or the [Send to]
button. Note that a paper jam message disappears after a
certain period of time elapses if there are no documents
([Ready] status) in the scanner.
If the Error Recovery Guide is installed in the computer, the
Error Recovery Guide window appears when the Windows
operating system is started up. When an error occurs, the
Error Recovery Guide window displays related information
such as the name of the error and the error code (number).
Write down the information shown in the window and click the
[More Info] button to check for troubleshooting methods.
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Check
Function Number Display
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Function
[Send to] Button
Troubleshooting
Send to
Scan
/Stop
[Scan/Stop] Button
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Power
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Temporary Errors
Device Errors
The following are lists of temporary errors which can be
recovered by operators.
The following are lists of device errors which require
troubleshooting by a service engineer.
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■ Paper Feeding Errors
■ Internal and Optical Errors
The letter "J" and an error code appear alternately.
The letter "E" and an alarm number appear alternately.
Display
J1
Description
Paper jammed.
Action
1 Remove the jammed document.
For details, refer to "7.1 Paper
Jam" (page 79).
2 Check if the document is suitable
for scanning by ADF.
For details, refer to "2.2
Documents for Scanning" (page
35).
J2
Multifeed occurred.
Display
E2
E3
■ Cover Open
The letter "U" and an error code appear alternately.
U4
Description
The ADF was
opened during
scanning.
An optical error (ADF
front) occurred.
An optical error (ADF
back) occurred.
Press the [Send to] button on the
operator panel to eject the
documents.
E6
Display
Description
E7
An EEPROM error
occurred.
E9
An image memory
read-write error
occurred.
Action
Close the ADF and reload the
documents.
An operator panel
error occurred.
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Action
1 Clean the glass sections.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5
Daily Care" (page 62).
2 Turn the scanner off then back
on.
If the problem persists, write
down the displayed error code
and contact your FUJITSU
scanner dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down
the displayed error code and
contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
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■ Chip Error
■ Sensor Error
The letter "C" and an alarm number appear alternately.
The letter "L" and an alarm number appear alternately.
Display
Description
C0
A memory error
occurred.
C8
An internal
communication error
of the scanner
occurred.
Action
Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down
the displayed error code and
contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
■ Motor Circuit Error
The letter "H" and an alarm number appear alternately.
Display
Description
H0
A motor circuit error
occurred.
H7
A lamp circuit error
occurred.
Action
Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down
the displayed error code and
contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
Display
L6
Description
A sensor error
occurred.
Action
1 Clear any paper dust around the
ultrasonic sensors.
2 Turn the scanner off then back
on.
If the problem persists, write
down the displayed error code
and contact your FUJITSU
scanner dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
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7.3 Troubleshooting
This section describes the actions to take for troubles that may
occur while you are using the scanner. Please check the
following items before you request a repair. If the problem
persists, check each item in "7.4 Before You Contact the
Scanner Service Provider" (page 104), and then contact your
FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
The following are some examples of troubles that you may
experience.
Symptoms
"Scanner cannot be powered ON." (page 85)
"The Function Number Display or the [Power] button or both switch off."
(page 86)
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Symptoms
"Scanned images turn out elongated." (page 98)
"A shadow appears at the top or the bottom of the scanned image."
(page 99)
"There are black traces on the document." (page 100)
"The Carrier Sheet is not fed smoothly./Paper jams occur." (page 101)
"Part of the image appears missing in the case where the Carrier Sheet
is used." (page 103)
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"Scanning does not start." (page 87)
"Scanning takes a long time." (page 88)
"Image quality is poor." (page 89)
"Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory." (page 90)
"Images are distorted or not clear." (page 91)
"Vertical streaks appear on the scanned image." (page 92)
"An error ("E" or other letter or number) is already displayed in the
Function Number Display after power-on." (page 93)
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"Multifeed error occurs frequently." (page 94)
"Situation in which the document is not fed into the ADF occurs
frequently." (page 96)
"Paper jams/pick errors occur frequently." (page 97)
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Scanner cannot be powered ON.
Is the power cable connected properly?
Yes
Did you press the [Power] button on the scanner's
operator panel?
Yes
Connect the power cable properly.
No
Press the [Power] button on the operator panel.
No
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Documents
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Operator Panel
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The Function Number Display or the [Power]
button or both switch off.
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Has the scanner been left out of operation for a long time
after being powered on?
Yes
The scanner has entered power saving mode or has been automatically turned off.
 If the scanner has entered power saving mode
The Function Number Display turns off but the [Power] button light remains
green.
Resume from power saving mode by one of the following methods:
- Load a document in the ADF paper chute (feeder)
- Press any button on the operator panel
Note that pressing the [Power] button for more than 2 seconds will turn the
power off.
- Perform scanning from an application
 If the scanner has been automatically turned off
The Function Number Display and the [Power] button light are off.
Turn on the scanner.
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 19).
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No
Does the Function Number Display and the [Power] button
light remain off even if you turn the scanner off and then on
again?
Yes
The scanner is operating correctly.
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No
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Scanning does not start.
Is the document loaded in the ADF paper chute (feeder)
correctly?
Reload the document in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
No
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Yes
Is the ADF closed properly?
No
Close the ADF firmly.
If the document is caught in the ADF, remove the document and close the ADF.
Yes
Is the USB cable connected properly?
No
Connect the USB cable properly.
For details, refer to the Quick Installation Sheet.
Yes
Use a new cable and make sure that it is connected properly.
Is the connector on the USB cable broken or damaged?
No
Does scanning start after turning the scanner off then back
on?
No
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Yes
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The scanner is operating correctly.
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Yes
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Scanning takes a long time.
Does the computer meet the recommended
requirements?
No
Use a computer that meets the recommended CPU, memory, and other
requirements.
For details, refer to "System Requirements" (page 29).
Yes
Is the USB cable connected to the USB 1.1 port?
Yes
You can check the type of the USB port that the USB cable is connected to by
selecting [Interface]  [Currently connected interface] in [Device Info] of the
Software Operation Panel.
Connect the USB cable to the USB 2.0 port.
No
Did you start a scan while the computer was unstable (for
example, immediately after computer start-up or logon)?
When you start or log onto the computer, wait a while before starting a scan.
Yes
No
Yes
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No
Are the rollers clean?
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Clean the rollers.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
Daily Care
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Image quality is poor.
Did you configure the settings in the scanner driver to scan
in black & white mode?
Yes
Configure the scan settings that do not "binarize" (output in black and white) in the
scanner driver, and then perform a scan. (*1)
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No
Are the glass sections inside the ADF clean?
No
Yes
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Clean the inside of the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
*1: The scanned image may differ from the original image significantly if you simply "binarize" (output in black & white) a picture or a photo.
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Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory.
Are the glass sections and rollers inside the ADF clean?
No
Clean the inside of the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
Yes
Did you configure the settings in the scanner driver to scan
in grayscale or color mode?
Specify a higher resolution in the scanner driver.
No
Configure the settings in the scanner driver to scan in black & white mode. (*1)
Yes
No
Yes
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No
Is there any foreign matter (such as dust or paper dust) on
the document?
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Yes
Is the resolution appropriate?
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Remove any foreign matter off the document.
Foreign matter may get on the glass sections inside the ADF, and may cause the
image to become dirty.
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
*1: When you scan in grayscale or in color mode, the scanned image may not become sharp and clear.
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Images are distorted or not clear.
Are the glass sections and rollers inside the ADF clean?
No
Clean the inside of the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
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Yes
Is the ADF being pushed down during scanning? Or is
there a heavy object on top of the ADF?
Yes
Do not push down the top of the ADF, or place any heavy objects on the ADF
during scanning.
No
Is a scan performed on a place that is unstable or
vibrates?
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Documents
Perform a scan on a place that is stable and does not vibrate.
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Operator Panel
Yes
No
Is the scanner placed on a flat, level surface? Are the
rubber pads attached on the bottom of the scanner?
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No
Either place the scanner on a flat and level surface, or attach the rubber pads on
the bottom of the scanner.
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Yes
Are there any wrinkles or curls on the document?
Smooth out the wrinkles or curls on the document.
Yes
No
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Vertical streaks appear on the scanned image.
Do the streaks always appear in the same location?
Yes
Clean the glass sections and rollers inside the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
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No
Does the vertical streak disappear when you set a lower
resolution?
Specify a lower resolution.
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Documents
Yes
No
Is there any foreign matter (such as dust or paper dust) on
the document?
No
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Yes
Remove any foreign matter off the document.
Foreign matter may get on the glass sections inside the ADF, and may cause
vertical streaks to appear on the scanned image.
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Operator Panel
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Scan
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An error ("E" or other letter or number) is already
displayed in the Function Number Display after
power-on.
Is the error code still displayed after you turned the power
off then back on?
The scanner is operating correctly.
No
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No
Yes
Is the letter "c" flashing on the Function Number Display
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Yes
Close the ADF firmly.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 21).
If the indication does not return to the ready status ("1") after you closed the ADF,
check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner Service Provider" (page
104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Multifeed error occurs frequently.
Do the documents meet the requirements described in
"Precautions" in "Conditions" (page 35)?
No
Use documents that meet the requirements.
For details, refer to "2.2 Documents for Scanning" (page 35).
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Yes
Are you using the Carrier Sheet?
Yes
Introduction
In the scanner driver, configure the scan settings for using the Carrier Sheet
("Documents Larger than A4 Size" (page 51) or "Scanning Photographs and
Clippings" (page 53)).
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No
If multifeed detection is enabled, does the batch of
documents fulfill the conditions for an accurate detection?
No
Fulfill the conditions for an accurate multifeed detection.
For details, refer to "Conditions for Multifeed Detection" (page 39).
Also specify the multifeed detection area if necessary ("Specifying the Area to
Detect Multifeed [Document check area specification for Multifeed Detection]"
(page 134)).
Yes
Did you scan a plastic card or any other thick document?
Yes
To scan such a document, disable the multifeed window display function of the
scanner driver, the intelligent multifeed function, or the multifeed detection setting.
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No
Did you fan the documents before loading them?
Yes
Have the documents just been printed out from a copy
machine or a laser printer?
Fan the documents before loading them.
No
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Fan the documents a few times to remove static electricity.
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Yes
No
Are the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
No
Install the consumables (*1) correctly.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables" (page 72).
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Yes (continued)
Are the consumables (*1) clean?
No
Clean the consumables (*1).
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
Yes
Are the consumables (*1) worn out?
Yes
Check the consumable counters and replace the consumables if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables" (page 72).
No
Is the scanner used at 2,000 m or higher altitudes?
Yes
No
Select [Enable] for [High Altitude Mode] (*2) in [Device Setting 2] on the Software
Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Scanning at High Altitude [High Altitude Mode]" (page 131).
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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*1: "Consumables" refers to the Roller Set (the brake roller and the pick roller).
*2: If the scanner is used at an altitude lower than 2,000 m with [Enable] selected for [High Altitude Mode], multifeeds may not be detected.
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Situation in which the document is not fed into
the ADF occurs frequently.
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Do the documents meet the requirements described in
"Precautions" in "Conditions" (page 35)?
No
Use documents that meet the requirements.
For details, refer to "2.2 Documents for Scanning" (page 35).
Yes
Did you fan the documents before loading them in the ADF
paper chute (feeder)?
Fan the documents before loading them. Or reduce the amount of documents.
No
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Yes
Are the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
No
Install the consumables (*1) correctly.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables" (page 72).
Yes
Are the consumables (*1) clean?
No
Clean the consumables (*1).
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
Yes
Are the consumables (*1) worn out?
Yes
No
Check the consumable counters and replace the consumables if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables" (page 72).
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Operator Panel
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Troubleshooting
*1: "Consumables" refers to the Roller Set (the brake roller and the pick roller).
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Paper jams/pick errors occur frequently.
Do the documents meet the requirements described in
"Precautions" in "Conditions" (page 35)?
No
Use documents that meet the requirements.
For details, refer to "2.2 Documents for Scanning" (page 35).
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Yes
Is there any foreign matter inside the ADF?
Yes
Clean the ADF. If there is any foreign matter in the ADF, remove it.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
No
Are the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
No
Install the consumables (*1) correctly.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables" (page 72).
Yes
Are the consumables (*1) clean?
No
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Clean the consumables (*1).
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
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Yes
Are the consumables (*1) worn out?
Yes
No
Check the consumable counters and replace the consumables if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables" (page 72).
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
*1: "Consumables" refers to the Roller Set (the brake roller and the pick roller).
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Scanned images turn out elongated.
Are the rollers clean?
No
Clean the rollers.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
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Yes
Do the documents meet the requirements described in
"Precautions" in "Conditions" (page 35)?
No
Use documents that meet the requirements.
For details, refer to "2.2 Documents for Scanning" (page 35).
Yes
Are the consumables (*1) worn out?
Yes
Check the consumable counters and replace the consumables if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables" (page 72).
No
Have you adjusted the offset/vertical magnification?
No
Yes
Introduction
In [Device Setting] of the Software Operation Panel, adjust the offset in feed
direction (vertical magnification).
For details, refer to "Adjusting the Position to Start the Scan [Offset/Vertical
Magnification Adjustment]" (page 126).
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
*1: "Consumables" refers to the Roller Set (the brake roller and the pick roller).
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A shadow appears at the top or the bottom of the
scanned image.
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Have you adjusted the offset (position to start a scan or
end a scan)?
No
In [Device Setting] of the Software Operation Panel, adjust the offset in the subscanning direction.
For details, refer to "Adjusting the Position to Start the Scan [Offset/Vertical
Magnification Adjustment]" (page 126).
Yes
Did you use the Page Edge Filler function to fill out the
shadow around the edge?
Yes
No
In the scanner driver or in [Device Setting 2] of the Software Operation Panel, use
the Page Edge Filler function to fill out the shadow around the edge.
For details, refer to "Removing Shadows/Streaks that Appear around the Scanned
Image [Page Edge Filler (ADF)]" (page 127).
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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There are black traces on the document.
Are you scanning documents written in lead pencil or
carbon paper?
Yes
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When you scan documents written in lead pencil, make sure to clean the rollers
frequently. Otherwise, the rollers will be contaminated which may leave black
traces on the document or cause feeding errors.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
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Clean the inside of the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
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Are the glass sections and rollers inside the ADF clean?
No
Yes
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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The Carrier Sheet is not fed smoothly./Paper jams
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Did you scan just the Carrier Sheet continuously?
Yes
Feed about 50 sheets of PPC paper (recycled paper) before scanning with the
Carrier Sheet.
The PPC paper can either be blank or printed.
No
Is the Carrier Sheet clean?
No
Perform one of the following:
 Clean the Carrier Sheet.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
 Replace the Carrier Sheet.
For information on purchasing the Carrier Sheet, contact your FUJITSU
scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Yes
Did you start the scan after loading the Carrier Sheet in the
ADF paper chute (feeder)?
No
Start the scan after loading the Carrier Sheet in the ADF paper chute (feeder).
For details, refer to "Documents Larger than A4 Size" (page 51) or "Scanning
Photographs and Clippings" (page 53).
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Yes
Are the glass sections and rollers inside the ADF clean?
No
Clean the inside of the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
Yes
Are the consumables (*1) worn out?
Yes
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Check the consumable counters and replace the consumables if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Replacing the Consumables" (page 72).
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Clean the ADF. If there is any foreign matter in the ADF, remove it.
For details, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care" (page 62).
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Is there any foreign matter inside the ADF?
Yes
No
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Did you place a thick document inside the Carrier Sheet?
Yes
No
Some papers may be too thick to place inside the Carrier Sheet.
Use documents that meet the requirements.
For details, refer to "Conditions for Using the Carrier Sheet" (page 44).
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Part of the image appears missing in the case
where the Carrier Sheet is used.
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Did you place several small documents (such as photos or
postcards) in the Carrier Sheet for scanning?
Place only one document at a time in the Carrier Sheet.
Yes
No
Does the fold line of the document hang off the Carrier
Sheet?
No
Yes
Part of the image around where the document is folded may appear missing.
Place the document so its fold line is set about 1 mm inside from the edge of the
Carrier Sheet.
If the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 104) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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7.4 Before You Contact the Scanner Service Provider
Please check the following items before contacting your
FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
Item
Scanner model
name
Error Status
Findings
Example: fi-7030
For details, refer to "7.5 Checking the Product
Labels" (page 106).
Operating system
(Windows)
Interface
Example: USB interface
■ Feeding Issues
Item
Date of manufacture
Example: 2016-04 (April 2016)
For details, refer to "7.5 Checking the Product
Labels" (page 106).
Paper type
Main purpose of use
Date of purchase
Date of last cleaning
Symptom
Date of consumable
replacement
Operator panel
status
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Interface controller
Example: XXXX000001
For details, refer to "7.5 Checking the Product
Labels" (page 106).
Warranty
Findings
Error message
Serial No.
Frequency of
trouble
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Item
General
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■ Image Quality Issues
Item
Findings
Scanner driver and
version
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Application
Example: PaperStream Capture
Scanning sides
Example: front, back, both
Resolution
Example: 600 dpi, 75 dpi
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Image mode
Example: color, grayscale, black & white
■ Other
Item
Can you send the
output image and a
photo that shows
the paper condition
by e-mail or fax?
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7.5 Checking the Product Labels
This section explains about the product labels on the scanner.
Location
The label is located on the back of the scanner.
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Label (example): Shows the scanner information.
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This chapter explains how to use the Software Operation Panel to configure the scanner settings.
8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel................................................................................................108
8.2 Password Setting...................................................................................................................................... 110
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8.3 Configuration Items .................................................................................................................................. 116
8.4 Settings Related to Sheet Counters .........................................................................................................122
8.5 Settings Related to Scanning ...................................................................................................................126
8.6 Settings Related to Multifeed Detection ...................................................................................................132
8.7 Settings Related to Waiting Time .............................................................................................................138
8.8 Settings Related to Power ON/OFF .........................................................................................................140
8.9 Settings Related to Scanner Maintenance ...............................................................................................141
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8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel
The Software Operation Panel is installed together with the
PaperStream IP driver.
This application allows you to configure various settings such
as the operation of the scanner and management of the
consumables.
ATTENTION
 Do not start up the Software Operation Panel during scanning.
 If you change the settings for the Software Operation Panel while the
setup window for the scanner driver is displayed, the changed
settings may not be applied to the scanned image.
 Do not use the operator panel while the Software Operation Panel is
running.
 If you connect multiple scanners, the second scanner as well as
subsequent scanners will not be recognized.
Connect only one scanner at a time.
1
Confirm that the scanner is connected to the computer,
then turn on the scanner.
For details about how to connect the scanner to the computer, refer to
the Quick Installation Sheet.
For details about how to turn on the scanner, refer to "1.3 Turning the
Power ON/OFF" (page 19).
2
Display the [Software Operation Panel] window.
 Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008/Windows 7
Click [Start] menu  [All Programs]  [fi Series]  [Software
Operation Panel].
 Windows Server 2012/Windows 8
Right-click the Start screen, and select [All apps] on the app bar 
[Software Operation Panel] under [fi Series].
 Windows Server 2012 R2/Windows 8.1
Click [] on the lower left side of the Start screen and select
[Software Operation Panel] under [fi Series].
To display [], move the mouse cursor.
 Windows 10
Click [Start] menu  [All apps]  [fi Series]  [Software Operation
Panel].
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The Software Operation Panel icon is displayed in the menu that
appears when you click
in the notification area.
To have the Software Operation Panel icon always displayed in the
notification area, drag the icon and drop it onto the notification
area. The notification area is located at the far right of the taskbar.
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Procedures from here will be explained under the assumption that
the Software Operation Panel icon is always displayed in the
notification area.
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8.2 Password Setting
By setting a password, the Software Operation Panel can run
in [View Only mode] which allows users to only view the
scanner settings.
The scanner settings can be configured if no password is set.
In order to prevent unnecessary changes to the settings, a
password can be used to restrict user operations.
2
Enter a new password then again to confirm, and click the
[OK] button.
Up to 32 characters can be used for the password.
Note that only alphanumeric characters (a to z, A to Z, 0 to 9) are
allowed.
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Set a password in the following procedure:
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Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon in the
notification area, and select [Password Setting] from the
menu.
A confirmation message appears.
3
Click the [OK] button.
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Setting [View Only mode]
Set the Software Operation Panel to [View Only mode] in the
following procedure:
1
Set a password.
2
Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon in the
notification area, and select [View Only mode] from the
menu.
HINT
In [View Only mode], a check mark appears next to [View Only
mode] in the menu that is displayed by right-clicking the Software
Operation Panel icon in the notification area.
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Clearing [View Only mode]
[View Only mode] is cleared, and the scanner settings can now be
changed.
Clear [View Only mode] in the following procedure:
1
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notification area, and select [View Only mode] from the
menu.
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The [Password setting] window appears.
2
Enter the current password and click the [OK] button.
HINT
When you exit [View Only mode], the check mark next to [View
Only mode] disappears from the menu that is displayed by rightclicking the Software Operation Panel icon in the notification area.
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Changing the Password
3
Up to 32 characters can be used for the password.
Change the password in the following procedure:
1
Enter a new password then again to confirm, and click the
[OK] button.
Note that only alphanumeric characters (a to z, A to Z, 0 to 9) are
allowed.
Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon in the
notification area, and select [Password Setting] from the
menu.
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A confirmation message appears.
The [Password setting] window appears.
2
Enter the current password and click the [OK] button.
4
Click the [OK] button.
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3
Leave both fields blank and click the [OK] button.
Clear the password in the following procedure:
1
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menu.
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A confirmation message appears.
4
Click the [OK] button.
The password is cleared.
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The [Password setting] window appears.
2
Enter the current password and click the [OK] button.
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The [Password setting] window appears.
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Resetting the Password
3
Up to 32 characters can be used for the password.
In case you forgot your password, it can be reset in the
following procedure:
1
Enter a new password then again to confirm, and click the
[OK] button.
Note that only alphanumeric characters (a to z, A to Z, 0 to 9) are
allowed.
Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon in the
notification area, and select [Password Setting] from the
menu.
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A confirmation message appears.
4
The [Password setting] window appears.
2
Enter the default password which is "fi-scanner", and click
the [OK] button.
Click the [OK] button.
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The password is set.
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8.3 Configuration Items
The Software Operation Panel allows the configuration of the
following settings for the scanner that is connected to the
computer:
Device Setting
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting].
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
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Items that can be configured in the above window are shown in the
next page.
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Item
Count
(page 122)
Power saving
(page 139)
Offset Setting
(page 126)
Description
Parameter/Value
Factory Default
Check the counters to determine when to replace
the consumables and to perform cleaning.
Also use it to reset the counter when you have
replaced the consumables or performed
cleaning.
Total Count(ADF)/After cleaning/Brake Roller/Pick Roller
0
Specify the waiting time before the scanner
enters power saving mode.
Range: 5 to 235 min. (in increments of 5)
15 min.
Power off after a certain period of time: Select to
set the scanner to turn the power off
automatically if the scanner is left on for a certain
period of time without being used.
Specify the timeout period for the scanner to be
automatically turned off.
[Power off after a certain period of time] check box
Selected
1 Hour/2 Hours/4 Hours/8 Hours
(When the [Power off after a certain period of time] check box
is selected)
4 Hours
Adjust the position to start a scan or end a scan
on the selected scanning side.
Unit: ADF(front)/ADF(back)
Main/Sub/End of
page: 0 mm
Adjust the magnification level in feed direction for
the selected scanning method.
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Main/Sub/End of page: -2 to +2 mm
(in increments of 0.5)
Vertical
magnification
Adjustment
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Device Setting 2
1
2
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2].
HINT
 The Software Operation Panel settings can be restored to the
factory default.
To restore the settings to the factory default, click the [Default]
button. After a message is displayed, click the [OK] button.
Note that the settings you have configured will be cleared.
 The Software Operation Panel settings can be backed up.
To back up the settings, click the [Save] button, then specify the
file name and click the [Save] button in the displayed window.
 You can use a backup file of the Software Operation Panel
settings to restore the settings on other scanners only if the
scanner type is the same.
To restore the settings, click the [Restore] button, then specify
the backup file and click the [Open] button in the displayed
window. After a message is displayed, click the [OK] button.
Note that restoration cannot be performed for other types of
scanners.
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The settings that are currently configured in [Device Setting 2] are
listed on the right of the window.
Items that can be configured in the above window are shown in the
next page.
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Item
Multifeed
(page 132)
Page Edge Filler (ADF)
(page 127)
Description
Parameter/Value
Specify a method for multifeed detection. Detect
multifeeds by monitoring the overlap, document
length, or the combination of both.
This setting can also be configured in the
scanner driver. Note that priority is given to the
scanner driver setting.
None/Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic)/Check
Length/Check Overlapping and Length
Specify a width for the margin around the
scanned image to fill the margin in white.
This setting can also be configured in the
scanner driver. In that case, Page Edge Filler of
the scanner driver is used on the output image.
Top/Left/Right: 0 to 15 mm
Bottom: -7 to 7 mm
(in increments of 1)
Factory Default
None
Length: 10 mm
Length (When [Check Length] is specified:
Select from 10/15/20 mm)
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(A: image, B: filled area, A+B: output)
Dropout color
(page 128)
Select a color to be removed from the scanned
image (only available in black & white or
grayscale mode).
This setting can also be configured in the
scanner driver. Note that priority is given to the
scanner driver setting.
Document check area specification Selected range: Select this item to restrict the
for Multifeed Detection
area to detect multifeed.
(page 134)
Enable/Disable (Middle): Specify whether to
enable or disable multifeed detection in the
selected area.
Red/Green/Blue/None
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Not selected
Enable/Disable
(When [Selected range] is selected)
Disable
Start (Middle): Specify the start position of the
0 to 510 mm (in increments of 2)
area in length (mm) from the leading edge of the
document.
0 mm
End (Middle): Specify the end position of the area 0 to 510 mm (in increments of 2)
in length (mm) from the leading edge of the
document.
0 mm
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Item
Intelligent Multifeed Function
(page 137)
Description
Parameter/Value
Factory Default
When there is a paper of the same size attached Manual mode/Auto mode 1/Auto mode 2
to a designated location on the page, you can
configure the scanner to memorize the location of
the attachment and not detect multifeeds for that
location.
Note that you first need to select [Check
Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] or [Check Overlapping
and length] in either the scanner driver or the
multifeed detection setting in "Specifying a
Multifeed Detection Method [Multifeed]" (page
132).
Manual mode
Select to clear the overlap pattern (length,
location) memorized in Auto mode.
[Clear overlap pattern] check box
Not selected
Select to record the multifeed pattern on the
window to check an image that is detected as
multifeed.
[Auto-Memorize MF Pattern (only when MF
images are displayed)] check box
Not selected
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Specify whether or not to memorize the multifeed Remember/Do not remember
pattern upon power-off.
Do not remember
Number of paper feeding retries
(page 129)
Configure this setting to change the number of
feeding retries when a pick error occurs.
1 to 12 times
4 times
Cleaning Cycle
(page 124)
Specify the scanner cleaning cycle.
Select whether or not to display the cleaning
instruction message from the scanner driver.
1,000 to 255,000 sheets
(in increments of 1,000)
[Show cleaning instructions] check box
3,000 sheets
Specify the replacement cycle for the
consumables.
Pick Rollers/Brake Rollers:
10,000 to 2,550,000 sheets
(in increments of 10,000)
Pick Rollers:
200,000 sheets
Life Counter Alarm Setting
(page 125)
Not selected
Brake Rollers:
200,000 sheets
Vertical Streak Detection
(page 141)
Enable/Disable
Select whether to enable or disable vertical
streak detection.
Enable to detect vertical streaks (dirt on the glass
sections) when you perform scanning with the
ADF.
Disable
Vertical Streak Sensitivity
(page 142)
Specify the sensitivity level to detect vertical
streaks (dirt on the glass sections) when vertical
streak detection is enabled.
Normal
Low/Normal/High
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Item
Description
Parameter/Value
Factory Default
AutoCrop Boundary
(page 130)
Specify whether or not to optimize (round up/
down) the fractional part of the scanned image
data.
Optimize/Round Down
Optimize
Manual-feed timeout
(page 138)
Select whether to disable or enable manual
feeding.
Disable/Enable
Disable
Paper-out detection time: Specify the waiting
time to cancel manual feeding.
5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110
(seconds)
10 seconds
Power SW Control
(page 140)
Specify the method by which the scanner is
powered on/off.
Enable power switch/Disable power switch/
Enable USB power feeding
Enable power
switch
High Altitude Mode
(page 131)
Select whether to enable or disable high altitude
mode.
Enable to use the scanner at 2,000 m or higher
altitudes.
Enable/Disable
Disable
Image Quality Mode
(page 131)
Set the image quality mode.
To obtain an image quality that is close to the
image quality for scanning with fi-6110, set the
image quality mode.
fi-6110/Disable
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8.4 Settings Related to Sheet Counters
Checking and Resetting the Sheet Counters
■ Checking the Sheet Counters
The status of each consumable part can be viewed to
determine when to replace or clean the consumables.
The color of the counter gradually changes when a
replacement for a consumable is needed or when cleaning is
needed. The color of each counter changes as follows:
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting].
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
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 Brake roller counter/pick roller counter
These counters turn light yellow when the page count after the
consumable replacement reaches 95% of the value specified in
"Replacement Cycle of Consumables [Life Counter Alarm Setting]"
(page 125) in the Software Operation Panel, and turn yellow when the
page count reaches 100%.
 [After cleaning] counter
This counter turns yellow when the page count after cleaning reaches
the number of sheets that is specified for "Scanner Cleaning Cycle
[Cleaning Cycle]" (page 124) in the Software Operation Panel.
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In this window, you can check the following items:
Item
Total Count (ADF)
Description
Approximate total number of sheets
scanned through the ADF
After cleaning
Approximate total number of sheets
scanned after cleaning
Brake Roller
Number of sheets scanned after the
brake roller is replaced
Pick Roller
Number of sheets scanned after the pick
roller is replaced
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ATTENTION
If you turned off the scanner by unplugging the power cable, or
selected [Disable power switch], the number of scanned sheets
may not be counted in [Total Count].
For details about disabling the power switch, refer to "Method of
Turning the Scanner ON/OFF [Power SW Control]" (page 140).
■ Resetting the Sheet Counters
When you have replaced or cleaned a consumable part, reset the
corresponding counter by using the following procedure:
1
If you have replaced a consumable, click the [Clear]
button of the consumable that you replaced. If you
performed cleaning, click the [Clear] button of [After
cleaning].
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The counter is reset to 0.
2
Click the [OK] button.
3
Click the [OK] button.
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The settings are saved.
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■ Messages for Cleaning or Replacing Consumables
The following message may appear while the scanner is in
use:
Message for replacing consumables
Scanner Cleaning Cycle [Cleaning Cycle]
The cleaning cycle for the scanner can be specified.
The background color of the [After cleaning] counter (in
[Device Setting]) turns yellow when the page count after
cleaning is performed reaches the number of sheets that is
specified for a cleaning cycle.
You can also display a cleaning instruction message (page 124).
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Cleaning Cycle].
Message for cleaning
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
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Check the message, and replace the consumable or perform
cleaning accordingly.
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If you click the [Ignore] button, the message disappears and
the scan can be continued. However, it is recommended that
you replace the consumable as soon as possible.
To stop the scan and replace the consumable right away, click
the [Cancel] button.
For details about replacing consumables, refer to "6.2
Replacing the Roller Set" (page 74).
For details about cleaning, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care"
(page 62).
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Specify a value for the cleaning cycle.
The value can range from 1,000 to 255,000 sheets (in increments of
1,000).
Specify whether or not to display the cleaning instruction message.
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Replacement Cycle of Consumables [Life
Counter Alarm Setting]
The replacement cycle for each consumable can be specified.
The background color of the brake roller/pick roller counter (in
[Device Setting]) changes to light yellow when the page count
after a consumable replacement reaches 95% of the value
specified here, and turns yellow when the page count reaches
100%.
A message for replacing a consumable (page 124) also
appears.
3
Specify a value as the replacement cycle for each of the
consumables (brake roller and pick roller).
The value can range from 10,000 to 2,550,000 sheets (in increments
of 10,000).
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Start up the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
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From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Life Counter Alarm Setting].
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8.5 Settings Related to Scanning
Adjusting the Position to Start the Scan
[Offset/Vertical Magnification Adjustment]
3
Adjust the level of offset/vertical magnification as needed.
When the output position of the scanned image is not correct
or the image appears shortened/elongated (vertically), adjust
the offset and the vertical magnification in the following
procedure.
2
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Start up the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
Offset Setting
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting] and
click the [Offset] button.
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ATTENTION
Normally, you should not have to make any adjustments as the factory
default settings are configured at appropriate values.
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Description
Select [ADF(front)] or [ADF(back)] as the target
for an offset adjustment.
Main
Adjusts the horizontal (width) offset.
The value can range from -2 to +2 mm (in
increments of 0.5).
Sub
Adjusts the vertical (length) offset at the top of a
page.
The value can range from -2 to +2 mm (in
increments of 0.5).
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Adjusts the vertical (length) offset at the end of a
page.
The value can range from -2 to +2 mm (in
increments of 0.5).
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Vertical
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Adjustment
Unit
Vertical
magnification
Adjustment
(Sub: length)
Description
The target for a vertical magnification
adjustment is fixed to [ADF].
Adjusts the vertical (length) magnification.
The value can range from -3.1 to +3.1% (in
increments of 0.1).
Removing Shadows/Streaks that Appear around
the Scanned Image
[Page Edge Filler (ADF)]
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Depending on the condition of the documents that you scan,
the shadow of the document may appear as black streaks.
In that case, you can improve the image quality around the
edges of the document by using the "Page Edge Filler"
function to fill in the edges.
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From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Page Edge Filler (ADF)].
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
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Specify the width of each margin to fill in: top/bottom/left/
right.
T
T: top = 0 to 15 mm
B: bottom = -7 to 7 mm
R: right = 0 to 15 mm
L
R L: left = 0 to 15 mm
Image
Area
B
(in 1 mm increments)
The specified area is filled in white.
ATTENTION
Note that if the target range of Page Edge Filler is too wide, some
characters near the edge may appear missing.
HINT
 The color that is used for filling in is normally white. You can
change the color to black in the scanner driver.
For details, refer to the scanner driver's Help.
 Depending on the value you specify for the bottom margin in
[Page Edge Filler (ADF)], the Page Edge Filler function
operates as follows:
- 1 to 7 mm
Fills the margin in white, from the detected page bottom.
- -1 to -7 mm
Outputs the image without filling in the margin. (Outputs the
image with the specified area added when the page end
detection mode is set.)
"Detected page bottom" refers to the bottom edge of the
scanned document detected by the scanner.
 This setting can also be configured in the scanner driver. In that
case, Page Edge Filler of the scanner driver is used on the
output image.
Removing a Color from the Scanned Image
[Dropout color]
With "Dropout color", you can select either green, red, or blue
(primary colors) to remove the details of the selected color
from a scanned image.
For example, when scanning a document with black
characters and a green background, you can only scan the
black characters of the document by selecting green for the
dropout color.
ATTENTION
Dropout color works the best with light (low intensity) colors, and dark
colors may not drop out.
HINT
Dropout color is only available in black & white or grayscale mode.
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2
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Dropout color].
Number of Paper Feeding Retries
Configure this setting to change the number of feeding retries
when a pick error occurs.
1
2
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Number of paper feeding retries].
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Select a color to drop out.
Red, Green, Blue: The selected color is dropped out.
None: No color is dropped out.
ATTENTION
The Software Operation Panel allows you to choose the color from
red, green, and blue only. To drop out a color of your choice,
configure the setting in the scanner driver.
For details, refer to the scanner driver's Help.
HINT
This setting can also be configured in the scanner driver. Note that
priority is given to the scanner driver setting.
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Specify the number of paper feeding retries.
The value can range from 1 to 12 times.
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Cropping the Image Boundary
[AutoCrop Boundary]
Some fractional data may be generated in the images in the
process of scanning. You can specify whether to include or
exclude such fractional data by using the "AutoCrop
Boundary" function.
1
2
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[AutoCrop Boundary].
3
Select whether to include or exclude the fractional data.
Select [Optimize] to prevent any exclusion of fractional data from
scanned images.
ATTENTION
 While selecting [Optimize] can prevent data loss, it may also
generate shadows near the right edge.
 When you scan a document with text near the right edge while
[Round Down] is selected, some pixel data there may be lost.
 For details about setting automatic page size detection, refer to
the scanner driver's Help.
HINT
This setting is only applied in black & white mode.
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Scanning at High Altitude [High Altitude Mode]
Select whether to enable or disable high altitude mode.
Low atmospheric pressure at high altitudes may lower the
accuracy in multifeed detection by the ultrasonic sensor.
Enabling the high altitude mode allows you to use the scanner
at 2,000 m or higher altitudes.
1
2
Setting the Image Quality for Scanning [Image
Quality Mode]
Set the image quality mode.
To obtain an image quality that is close to the image quality for
scanning with fi-6110, set the image quality mode.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Image Quality Mode].
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[High Altitude Mode].
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
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3
Select whether to enable or disable high altitude mode.
Select whether to obtain an image quality that is close to
the image quality with fi-6110.
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8.6 Settings Related to Multifeed Detection
Specifying a Multifeed Detection Method
[Multifeed]
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Multifeed].
Multifeed is an error where two or more sheets are fed through
the ADF at once. When a different document length is
detected, this detected result is also called a multifeed.
Not noticing multifeed errors while scanning may put you in a
situation where important data are missing from the scanned
images.
Multifeed detection can be used to prevent such troubles.
When this function is enabled, an error message is displayed
as soon as it detects a multifeed, and stops the scan. Note
that multifeed cannot be detected within 30 mm from the
leading edge of the document.
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Select a detection method.
Method
None
Description
Does not detect multifeed.
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Method
Check
Overlapping
(Ultrasonic)
Check Length
Check
Overlapping
and Length
Description
Detects multifeed by the overlapping of
documents.
When this is selected, you can also specify the
following two options:
 Specify the detection range by the length from
the top of the document. Proceed to
"Specifying the Area to Detect Multifeed
[Document check area specification for
Multifeed Detection]" (page 134) for more
details.
 Ignore the multifeed when there is paper of the
same size attached to a designated location
on the page. Proceed to "Ignoring Multifeed for
a Set Pattern" (page 59) for more details.
Detects multifeed by the difference in length of the
documents.
Note that multifeeds cannot be detected
accurately when a mixed batch of different sizes
is scanned.
Detects multifeed by the combination of [Check
Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] and [Check Length].
Note that multifeeds cannot be detected
accurately when a mixed batch of different sizes
is scanned.
When this is selected, you can also specify the
following two options:
 Specify the detection range by the length from
the top of the document. Proceed to
"Specifying the Area to Detect Multifeed
[Document check area specification for
Multifeed Detection]" (page 134) for more
details.
 Ignore the multifeed when there is paper of the
same size attached to a designated location
on the page. Proceed to "Ignoring Multifeed for
a Set Pattern" (page 59) for more details.
Method
Length
Description
Select a length difference from 10/15/20 mm
when detecting a multifeed by the difference in
length of the documents. Any length under the
specified value will not be detected as multifeed.
ATTENTION
 To scan documents with different lengths, specify [Check
Overlapping (Ultrasonic)].
 When an attachment such as a sticky note, receipt, or photo is
attached on the document, the overlapping part of the
document may be falsely detected as multifeed if [Check
Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] is specified. In that case, specify
[Check Length].
Note however that you can still use [Check Overlapping
(Ultrasonic)] by restricting the detection range.
 Multifeed cannot be detected when the Carrier Sheet is used.
HINT
This setting can also be configured in the scanner driver. Note that
priority is given to the scanner driver setting.
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Specifying the Area to Detect Multifeed
[Document check area specification for Multifeed
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2
Specify the detection range.
Range
Selected range
The following setting is only available when you specified
[Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] or [Check Overlapping and
Length].
1
Description
Select the check box to specify the
detection range (colored in light blue) in the
picture below.
Middle
50
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Document check area specification for Multifeed
Detection].
Select the [Selected range] check box in the window.
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Unit: mm
Select the check box to enable the setting
in this window. Clear the check box to
disable the setting. Clearing this check box
sets both start and end positions to "0",
making the whole document to be detected
for multifeeds.
The above condition applies when the
document is set to the center of the pick
roller width.
Multifeed cannot be detected for the top 30
mm of a document.
Disable
(Middle)
Does not detect multifeeds for the selected
area.
Enable
(Middle)
Detects multifeeds for the selected area.
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Range
Start
(Middle)
End
(Middle)
Description
Displays the start position of the detection
by the length from the leading edge of the
document.
Range: 0 to 510 mm, in 2 mm increments,
Start<End
Displays the end position of the detection
by the length from the leading edge of the
document.
Range: 0 to 510 mm, in 2 mm increments,
Start<End
HINT
 When both [Start] and [End] are set to "0", multifeed detection is
performed for the whole area regardless of whether it is
enabled or disabled.
 To disable multifeed detection for the whole document, select
[Disable] and set the start position to "0" and the end position to
equal the document length or longer.
 If you set a value larger than the document length for the start
position, selecting [Disable] detects the whole length of the
document and selecting [Enable] disables the multifeed
detection.
 To detect multifeeds, the detection range must be at least 5 mm
in length.
Configure the setting so that the value of the end position minus
the start position is 6 mm or more.
 You can also set the start and the end positions by the following
methods:
- Draw an area with the mouse on the displayed image.
- Drag the handles for [Start] and [End] positions on the
displayed image.
Example 1:
Position: Middle
Selected range = Enable, Start = 50 mm, End = 200 mm
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Example 2:
Position: Middle
Selected range = Enable, Start = 0 mm, End = 300 mm
Example 3: (Bad Example)
Position: Middle
Selected range = Enable, Start = 100 mm, End = 102 mm
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Unit: mm
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Multifeeds are detected only within the area of light blue.
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When you use detection by overlapping, accuracy of multifeed detection
may drop if the documents are glued firmly or attached together by static
electricity.
Since the detection range (length) is less than 5 mm,
multifeeds cannot be detected accurately.
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Specifying an Area Not to Detect Multifeed
[Intelligent Multifeed Function]
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Specify an operation mode.
Mode
When there is paper of the same size attached to a
designated location on the page, the scanner memorizes the
location of the attachment and can be configured not to detect
multifeeds for that location. Note that you first need to select
[Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] or [Check Overlapping and
length] in either the scanner driver or the multifeed detection
setting in "Specifying a Multifeed Detection Method
[Multifeed]" (page 132).
Manual mode
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Auto mode 2
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Intelligent Multifeed Function].
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
Auto mode 1
Description
Does not memorize the size or location of
the paper attachment when a multifeed is
detected.
Ignores the multifeed when you load the
documents back in the ADF paper chute
(feeder) and scan them again.
Memorizes the size and location of the
paper attachment when a multifeed is
detected. The memorized pattern is ignored
from the next scan.
Memorizes the size of the paper attachment
when a multifeed is detected. The
memorized pattern (including any length
less than the attachment) is ignored from
the next scan.
HINT
 By selecting the [Clear overlap pattern] check box, you can
erase the overlapping patterns (length, position) that were
memorized in Auto mode.
 By selecting the [Auto-Memorize MF Pattern (only when MF
images are displayed)] check box, you can record the multifeed
pattern on the window to check an image that was detected as
multifeed.
 In [Remember multifeed pattern at power-off], you can select
whether or not to keep the multifeed pattern upon turning the
power off. When [Remember] is selected, you can use eight of
the most recent patterns the next time the scanner is powered
on.
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For details about the procedure after this step, refer to "Ignoring
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8.7 Settings Related to Waiting Time
Waiting Time in Manual Feed Mode
[Manual-feed timeout]
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Manual-feed timeout].
When you scan by manually loading one sheet at a time, you
can specify the waiting time (interval) for loading the next
document in the ADF paper chute (feeder). This enables
continuous scanning as long as you load a document within
the set time.
If the set time is exceeded, the scan is finished automatically
and manual feeding will be canceled.
Note that you can also press the [Send to] button on the
operator panel to cancel manual feeding.
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Specify whether to enable or disable [Manual-feed
timeout].
If you selected [Enable], then also specify the time period for which
the scanner waits to confirm that no documents are loaded in the ADF
paper chute (feeder), which is the interval between the time when the
scanner scanned the last document and the time when the scanner
checks whether the next document to be scanned is loaded, in
[Paper-out detection time].
HINT
When [Manual-feed timeout] is enabled, the scanner will wait for
the set time even if you start scanning with no document in the
ADF paper chute (feeder).
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Waiting Time to Enter Power Saving Mode [Power
saving]
The waiting time for the scanner to enter power saving mode
can be specified.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting].
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
The value can range from 5 to 235 minutes (in increments of 5).
HINT
Selecting the [Power off after a certain period of time] check box
turns the power off automatically if the scanner is left on for a
certain period of time without being used.
You can select the timeout period for the scanner to be
automatically turned off by [1 Hour]/[2 Hours]/[4 Hours]/[8 Hours].
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Use the slider to specify the waiting time before the
scanner enters power saving mode.
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8.8 Settings Related to Power ON/OFF
Method of Turning the Scanner ON/OFF [Power
SW Control]
The method by which the scanner is powered on/off can be
specified from one of the following:
 Press the [Power] button on the operator panel
 Use an AC power strip to control power supply for peripherals such
as a scanner in accordance with the computer's power.
 Turn on/off the scanner in accordance with the computer's power.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Power SW Control].
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
3
Select one of the following:
[Enable power switch]: Press the [Power] button on the operator
panel.
[Disable power switch]: Use an AC power strip to control power
supply for peripherals such as a scanner in
accordance with the computer's power.
[Enable USB power feeding]: Turn on/off the scanner in accordance
with the computer's power.
ATTENTION
 When you select [Disable power switch], the scanner is not
turned off even if the [Power off after a certain period of time]
check box is selected in [Device Setting] on the Software
Operation Panel.
 Some types of computers and USB hubs keep supplying power
to the USB bus even after the computer is turned off.
In that case, the [Enable USB power feeding] mode may not
work properly.
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8.9 Settings Related to Scanner Maintenance
Detecting Vertical Streaks [Vertical Streak
Detection]
Select whether to enable or disable vertical streak detection.
After enabling this setting, the detection result is notified to
your computer when there is a possibility of a vertical streak
occurring in the images that are scanned through the ADF.
Check the notification and clean the glass sections.
For details about cleaning, refer to "Chapter 5 Daily Care"
(page 62).
1
2
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Vertical Streak Detection].
3
Select whether to enable or disable vertical streak
detection.
When you select [Enable], the scanner detects vertical streaks (dirt
on the glass) during scanning with the ADF.
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Specifying the Sensitivity Level for Vertical
Streak Detection
[Vertical Streak Sensitivity]
Specify the sensitivity level to detect vertical streaks (dirt on
the glass sections) when vertical streak detection is enabled.
Select [Low] to only detect large amounts of dirt on the glass
sections. Select [High] to also detect small amounts of dirt on
the glass sections.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] 
[Vertical Streak Sensitivity].
For details, refer to "8.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 108).
3
Specify the sensitivity level for vertical streaks.
Low: Decreases the sensitivity level to detect dirt on the glass
sections.
Normal: Monitors dirt on the glass sections with normal sensitivity.
Keep this setting for normal use.
High: Increases the sensitivity level to detect dirt on the glass
sections.
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Appendix
This appendix provides the following information.
A.1 Basic Specification ...................................................................................................................................144
A.2 Installation Specification...........................................................................................................................146
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A.3 Outer Dimensions ....................................................................................................................................147
A.4 Scanner Options ......................................................................................................................................148
A.5 Uninstalling the Software .........................................................................................................................149
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A.1 Basic Specification
Item
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Specification
Scanner Type
ADF
-
Image sensor
Color CIS × 2 (front, back)
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Light source
RGB3 Color LED × 2 (front, back)
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Minimum size
(width × length)
50.8 × 50.8 mm
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Maximum size
(width × length)
216 × 355.6 mm
(*1)
Scanning
area
Paper Weight (Thickness)
Scanning
speed
(A4
landscape)
(*3)
Binary (black &
white)
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40 to 209 g/m2 (11 to 56 lb)
127 to 209 g/m2 (34 to 56 lb) for A8 size
0.76 mm (0.03 in.) or less for plastic cards (embossed cards can be used)
(*2)
-
Simplex: 27 ppm
Duplex: 54 ipm
300 dpi
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Grayscale
Color
Loading capacity (*4)
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50 sheets
2
Paper weight: 80 g/m (20 lb)
Total thickness: 5 mm (0.2 in.) or
less
Optical resolution
600 dpi
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Output
resolution
50 to 600 dpi, 1200 dpi
50 to 600 dpi: configurable in 1 dpi
increments
1,200 dpi: created by scanner driver
Binary (black &
white)
Grayscale
Color
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Item
Specification
Notes
Grayscale level
256 gradation levels
1024 gradation levels (10-bit)
during internal processing
Interface
USB 2.0/1.1 (*5)
B Type
*1: Long page scanning supports documents with a length of up to 5,588 mm (220 in.) when the resolution is set to 200 dpi or less.
*2: When scanning plastic cards from the ADF, load one card at a time in the ADF paper chute (feeder). When you scan an embossed card, it is
recommended that the card should be loaded face-down in the ADF paper chute horizontally.
*3: Note that this is the hardware limitation, and the software's processing time such as data transfer time is added to the actual time of scanning.
*4: The capacity varies depending on the paper weight.
For details, refer to "2.2 Documents for Scanning" (page 35).
*5: Use the USB cable that is supplied.
When connecting the USB cable to a USB hub, make sure you connect it to a USB hub that is connected to the USB port of a computer.
Connection with USB 2.0 requires the USB port and the hub to support USB 2.0. Also note that the scanning speed slows down when USB 1.1 is used.
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A.2 Installation Specification
Item
Specification
Outer dimensions (W × D × H) (*1)
290 × 146 × 130 mm
Installation space (W × D × H) (*2)
390 × 750 × 430 mm
Weight
2.9 kg (6.4 lb)
Input power
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Voltage range
AC 100 to 240 V ± 10%
Phase
Single phase
Frequency range
50/60 ± 3 Hz
Operating
17 W or less
Power saving
1.1 W or less
Power OFF
0.15 W or less
Ambient
condition
Temperature
Operating: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95°F, Not operating: -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)
Humidity
Operating: 20 to 80%, Not operating: 8 to 95%
Calorific value
Operating
14.62 Kcal/Hr or less
Power saving
0.95 Kcal/Hr or less
Power OFF
0.13 Kcal/Hr or less
Power
consumption
Shipping weight (*3)
4.5 kg (9.9 lb)
Support period
5 years
*1: The depth and height exclude the ADF paper chute (feeder) and stacker.
*2: The values for the required installation space are reference values for scanning A4 size documents.
*3: Includes the package weight.
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Introduction
The outer dimensions are as follows:
130
(5.12)
196
(7.72)
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(11.42)
146
(5.75)
337
(13.27)
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(8.35)
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A.4 Scanner Options
Name
Carrier Sheet
Introduction
Part No.
Description
PA03360-0013
Use this option to scan documents larger than A4/Letter size, as well as non-standard size documents
such as photographs and clippings.
Using the Carrier Sheet allows you to scan documents that are larger than A4/Letter size such as A3
and B4, scan documents that can be easily damaged such as photographs, and scan documents that
are difficult to load directly such as newspaper clippings.
When the Carrier Sheet is too damaged or worn out to be used for scanning, it can be purchased
separately (5 sheets per set).
The Carrier Sheet should be replaced approximately every 500 scans.
However, replace it if damage or dirt is noticeable.
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For details about purchasing the scanner options and more information, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized
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A.5 Uninstalling the Software
1
Turn on the computer and log onto Windows as a user
with administrator privileges.
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3
Exit all running software.
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 When Uninstalling PaperStream Capture
Select [PaperStream Capture].
 When Uninstalling ScanSnap Manager for fi Series
Select [ScanSnap Manager for fi Series].
 When Uninstalling Scan to Microsoft SharePoint
Select [Scan to Microsoft SharePoint].
 When Uninstalling ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap™
Select [ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap(TM)].
 When Uninstalling Manuals
Select [fi Series manuals for fi-7030].
 When Uninstalling Scanner Central Admin Agent
Select [Scanner Central Admin Agent].
 When Uninstalling fi Series Online Update
Select [fi Series Online Update].
Display the [Control Panel] window.
 Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008/Windows 7
Click [Start] menu  [Control Panel].
 Windows Server 2012/Windows 8
Right-click the Start screen, and select [All apps] on the app bar 
[Control Panel] under [Windows System].
 Windows Server 2012 R2/Windows 8.1
Click [] on the lower left side of the Start screen  [Control Panel]
under [Windows System].
To display [], move the mouse cursor.
 Windows 10
Right-click the [Start] menu and select [Control Panel].
4
Click [Uninstall a Program].
5
Select a software to uninstall.
 The [Programs and Features] window appears with a list of the
currently installed software.
 When Uninstalling PaperStream IP Driver
Select one of the following:
- PaperStream IP (TWAIN)
-
PaperStream IP (TWAIN x64)
-
PaperStream IP (ISIS) Bundle
 When Uninstalling Software Operation Panel
Select [Software Operation Panel].
The Software Operation Panel is installed together with the
PaperStream IP driver.
 When Uninstalling Error Recovery Guide
Select [Error Recovery Guide for fi-7030].
6
Click the [Uninstall] button or the [Uninstall/Change]
button.
7
If a confirmation message appears, click [OK] or [Yes].
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Contact for Inquires
Contact for Inquiries
Contact for Inquiries
Refer to the contact list on the last page of the
Safety Precautions manual.
 ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap™.
- Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008/Windows 7
Select [Start] menu  [All Programs]  [ABBYY FineReader for
ScanSnap (TM)]  [User's Guide]  [Technical Support].
-
-
Contact for Purchasing Consumables or
Cleaning Materials
http://www.fujitsu.com/global/shop/computing/IMAGE_index.html
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Windows Server 2012/Windows 8
Right-click the Start screen, select [All apps] on the app bar, and
then select [User's Guide] under [ABBYY FineReader for
ScanSnap (TM)]  [Technical Support].
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Windows Server 2012 R2/Windows 8.1
Click [] on the lower left side of the Start screen, and then
select [User's Guide] under [ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap
(TM)]  [Technical Support].
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Select [Start] menu  [All apps]  [ABBYY FineReader for
ScanSnap (TM)]  [User's Guide].
 Image Scanner fi Series
For other inquiries regarding the scanner, refer to the following
web page:
http://imagescanner.fujitsu.com/g-support.html
If the solution to your problem cannot be found on the above
web page, refer to the contact information for your Fujitsu office
on the following web page:
http://imagescanner.fujitsu.com/warranty.html
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Double Letter size
Interface
A4 size
dpi (dots per inch)
Inversion
Paper jam
A5 size
Driver
ISIS
Patch code
A6 size
Dropout color
A7 size
Duplex scanning mode
A
A8 size
E
ADF (Automatic Document
Feeder)
Automatic size/skew detection
B
Blank Page Skip
C
Device errors
Dither
Document Sensor
Emphasis
Letter size
M
Pick roller
Pick start time
Pixel
Portrait
R
S
Simplex scanning mode
Feed roller
Multi Image
Smoothing
Filter
Multifeed
H
Halftone
N
Noise removal
O
OCR (Optical Character
Recognition)
Operating environment
I
Image processing
Intelligent Multifeed Function
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Overscan
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Resolution
Moiré patterns
Grayscale
Default setting
Density
Legal size
Gamma
CIS (Contact Image Sensor)
D
Eject roller
G
Carrier Sheet
L
Landscape
F
Brightness
Job Separator
Edge Extract
Error diffusion
Brake roller
J
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T
Temporary error
Threshold
TWAIN
U
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USB
W
White reference sheet
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A
A4 size
A standard paper size which is 210 × 297 mm (8.27 × 11.7 in.).
A5 size
A standard paper size which is 148 × 210 mm (5.83 × 8.27 in.).
A6 size
A standard paper size which is 105 × 148 mm (4.13 × 5.83 in.).
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A standard paper size which is 74 × 105 mm (2.91 × 4.13 in.).
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A standard paper size which is 52 × 74 mm (2.05 × 2.91 in.).
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ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
A paper feeding mechanism which allows multiple sheets of documents to be scanned one sheet at a time.
Automatic size/skew detection
End of Page Detection:
Detects the end of the page and scans the length of the document.
Automatic Page Size Detection:
Detects the paper size and outputs the image data in the same size.
B
Blank Page Skip
A function that detects and automatically deletes blank (white or black) pages in a batch of documents.
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Brake roller
A roller that prevents more than one sheet of documents to be fed into the ADF at once.
Brightness
Refers to the brightness of a scanned image.
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C
Carrier Sheet
A transparent plastic sheet designed for scanning documents that are larger than A4/Letter size.
CIS (Contact Image Sensor)
A sensor which perceives the light reflected from the document using a light-receiving sensor array and LEDs, and converts
it into digital form. CIS technology is the basis of high quality image acquisition in scanners, cameras and other devices.
D
Default setting
(Hardware)
Preset values from the factory.
(Software)
Values set upon installation of software.
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Density
Refers to the deepness of a color in an image.
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Errors that require troubleshooting by a service engineer.
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Dither
The process by which a group of dots is arranged to reproduce the density of grayscale. Grayscale density is reproduced by
configuring preset dot patterns. This method requires less memory compared to multilevel gray.
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Document Sensor
A sensor which detects the changes in the amount of light transmission. Paper feeding errors such as multifeed and paper
jam are detected by monitoring the passing of documents.
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Double Letter size
A standard paper size used in the United States and other countries (11 × 17 in.).
dpi (dots per inch)
A measurement of resolution which is used for scanners and printers. Higher dpi indicates better resolution.
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Glossary
Driver
A program specifically designed for operating systems, which enables interaction with a hardware device.
Dropout color
A function which removes a specified color from a scanned image.
Duplex scanning mode
A mode for scanning both sides of the document at once. ( simplex scanning mode)
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Edge Extract
A function which traces the boundaries between black and white areas, and extracts them as outlines.
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Eject roller
Rollers that feed documents from the ADF onto the stacker.
Emphasis
A function which decreases the density of bright colors (except for white) around black areas. Increasing the value for this
function removes dotted image noise and also produces "softened" images.
Error diffusion
Method of halftone (pseudo-grayscale) image processing which is based on black & white pixel binarization. It sums the
optical density of a pixel and its adjacent pixels, then relocates black pixels in the order of density to minimize the difference
between scanned and output images. By diffusing the errors onto other pixels, the density data of adjacent pixels can be
binarized. This function suppresses moire patterns of dotted halftone images such as newspapers, and reproduces its
grayscale gradation.
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A roller that feeds the document through the ADF.
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Glossary
Filter
A function that applies a type of filter operation process on a scanned image.
Types of filtering are as follows:
Digital Endorser:
Adds alphanumeric character strings on the scanned image data.
Page Edge Filler:
Fills in the margins of the scanned image in a specified color.
G
Gamma
A unit which indicates the changes in the brightness of an image. It is expressed as a function of the electric input power to
devices (such as a scanner and a display) and the brightness of the image. If the gamma rate is larger than 1, the
brightness of an image increases and vice versa. Normally, set the gamma rate to 1 when reproducing the same brightness
as the original.
Grayscale
A method which expresses the gradation (density) from black to white in 256 levels. Suitable for scanning images such as
photographs.
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Reproduces the color density in black & white by using dot patterns. This method is effective for scanning images such as
photographs in black & white.
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Image processing
Refers to processing and outputting the scanned image via specified scan parameters.
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Glossary
Intelligent Multifeed Function
A function that excludes certain patterns of overlapping of documents that is detected as multifeed, by letting the scanner
memorize the overlap pattern.
For instance, when there is paper of the same size attached to a designated location on the page, the scanner memorizes
the location of the attachment and can be configured not to detect multifeeds for that location.
Interface
The connection that allows communication between the computer and the scanner.
Inversion
A scanning method in which the black part and the white part of the image are inverted.
ISIS
ISIS (Image Scanner Interface Specification) is an API (Application Program Interface) standard for imaging devices (such
as scanners and digital cameras) which was developed by Captiva, a division of EMC Corporation (the former Pixel
Translations) in 1990. In order to use devices that comply with this standard, it is necessary to install a driver software that
supports ISIS standard.
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Job Separator
A sheet to insert between documents in a batch for separating different jobs.
The following types of job separators are available:
Job separator with patch codes:
A sheet with patch codes printed.
Job separator with barcodes:
A sheet with barcodes printed.
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Landscape
Orientation in which the short side of the document is set parallel to the feed direction.
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Glossary
Legal size
A standard paper size used in the United States and other countries (8.5 × 14 in.).
Letter size
A standard paper size used in the United States and other countries (8.5 × 11 in.).
M
Moiré patterns
Recurrent patterns on scanned images caused by incorrect settings of angles.
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A function which outputs the image in both color/grayscale and black & white at once.
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Multifeed
Multifeed is an error when two or more sheets are fed through the ADF at once. When a different document length is
detected, this detected result is also called a multifeed.
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Noise removal
A function which improves the quality of an image by removing isolated noise that appear as black dots in a white area (or
vice versa).
O
OCR (Optical Character Recognition)
A device or a technology that recognizes the text on documents and converts them into text data that can be edited. The
shape of the characters are recognized by the differences in the light reflected off the documents.
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Operating environment
Conditions (such as temperature and humidity) required to operate or store the scanner.
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A panel that consists of a display and buttons. It is used for scanner operations such as selecting functions and changing
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Overscan
A function that scans the document in a size larger than the specified paper size.
P
Paper jam
Refers to an error in which a document is jammed inside the paper path or feeding is interrupted by documents slipping.
Patch code
A special code to let the scanner recognize the start and the end of each job or image mode.
Pick roller
A set of rollers which separates one sheet off the documents loaded in the ADF paper chute (feeder), and feeds the
document into the ADF.
Pick start time
The period of time between setting the document and until picking starts after the document passes the hopper empty
sensor.
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Pixel
The dots that make up a scanned image.
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Orientation in which the long side of the document is set parallel to the feed direction.
Documents/images are set/displayed vertically.
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Resolution
A measurement to indicate the quality (fineness) or an image. Resolution is displayed by the number of pixels within an
inch. An image is a collection of small dots (pixels). If the same image contains different amount of pixels, the one with more
pixels can express greater details. Therefore, the higher the resolution, the finer the image becomes.
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S
Simplex scanning mode
A mode for scanning only one side (front or back) of the document. ( duplex scanning mode)
Smoothing
Refers to the removal of irregularities on diagonal lines and curves. It is a processing method commonly used in OCR
applications.
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Temporary error
An error that can be fixed by the operator.
Threshold
The value which is used to determine whether a certain color is black or white. Threshold value must be configured in order
to scan images with grayscale gradation. Each pixel is converted into black or white according to the specified value.
TWAIN
TWAIN (Technology Without Any Interesting Name) is an API (Application Program Interface) standard for imaging devices
(such as scanners and digital cameras) developed by TWAIN Working Group. In order to use devices that comply with this
standard, it is necessary to install a driver software that supports TWAIN standard.
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Ultrasonic sensor
A sensor that detects multifeed errors by ultrasonic soundwave. It detects multifeeds by monitoring the difference in the
amount of ultrasonic waves transmitted through the documents.
USB
USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a standard for interfaces used to connect devices such as keyboards and scanners. Up to 127
devices can be connected by this interface. It can be connected and disconnected without powering off the devices.
For USB 2.0, the data transfer rate is 1.5 Mbps in Low-Speed, 12 Mbps in Full-Speed, and a maximum of 480 Mbps in HiSpeed mode.
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W
White reference sheet
The white part located inside the ADF which the scanner defines as white, in order to adjust the brightness of all other areas
accordingly.
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Introduction
H
advanced scanning......................................................... 56
how to clean the ADF with Cleaning Paper.................... 66
how to clean the ADF with cloth ..................................... 67
how to clean the Carrier Sheet....................................... 71
how to clean the inside................................................... 66
how to clean the outside................................................. 65
how to close the ADF ..................................................... 21
how to open the ADF...................................................... 21
how to turn the power off................................................ 20
how to turn the power on................................................ 19
how to use this manual..................................................... 2
B
basic flow of scanning operation .................................... 26
before you contact the scanner service provider.......... 104
bundled software ............................................................ 28
C
Carrier Sheet ................................................................ 148
cleaning materials........................................................... 63
cleaning the ADF (with Cleaning Paper) ........................ 66
cleaning the ADF (with cloth).......................................... 67
cleaning the Carrier Sheet.............................................. 71
cleaning the inside.......................................................... 66
cleaning the outside........................................................ 65
conditions for mixed batch scanning .............................. 41
configuration items ....................................................... 116
consumables .................................................................. 73
contact for inquiries ...................................................... 150
conventions ...................................................................... 5
customizing the scanner settings ................................... 57
E
error indications on operator panel................................. 81
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I
installation specification................................................ 146
introduction....................................................................... 3
L
loading documents .................................................. 32, 34
locations that require cleaning........................................ 63
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main features.................................................................. 14
main features of this product .......................................... 14
manual feeding............................................................... 56
D
daily care ........................................................................ 62
documents for scanning ................................................. 35
Scanner
Overview
Operational
Settings
O
operational settings ...................................................... 107
operator panel ......................................................... 45, 46
options.......................................................................... 148
Appendix
Glossary
161
Index
outer dimensions .......................................................... 147
T
troubleshooting........................................................ 78, 84
P
Page Edge Filler ........................................................... 127
paper jam........................................................................ 79
parts and functions ......................................................... 15
password setting for the Software Operation Panel ..... 110
power saving mode ........................................................ 25
Power SW Control ........................................................ 140
preparation ..................................................................... 33
product label ................................................................. 106
R
replacement cycles......................................................... 73
replacing consumables................................................... 72
replacing the Roller Set .................................................. 74
S
[Scan/Stop] button .......................................................... 57
scanner overview............................................................ 13
scanning documents of different types and sizes........... 50
[Send to] button .............................................................. 57
setting up the ADF paper chute (feeder) ........................ 22
setting up the stacker ..................................................... 23
settings related to multifeed detection .......................... 132
settings related to power on/off .................................... 140
settings related to scanner maintenance...................... 141
settings related to scanning.......................................... 126
settings related to sheet counters................................. 122
settings related to waiting time ..................................... 138
specifications ................................................................ 144
starting up the Software Operation Panel..................... 108
summary......................................................................... 49
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Contents
Index
Introduction
U
uninstalling software..................................................... 149
Scanner
Overview
various ways to scan ...................................................... 48
How to Load
Documents
V
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
Appendix
Glossary
162
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Contents
Index
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
fi-7030 Image Scanner
Operator's Guide
P3PC-5992-02ENZ0
Issue date: May 2016
Issued by: PFU LIMITED
 The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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