Canon Microfilm Scanner 500 Owner's manual

Canon Microfilm Scanner 500 Owner's manual
ENGLISH
Be sure to read this instructions before you use the equipment.
Keep this instructions on hand for reference to ensure optimum preformance.
FCC REGULATIONS (For 120V models)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to
correct the interference at his own expense.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If
such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS (For 120V models)
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus
set out in the Interference-causing equipment standard entitled "Digital Apparatus", ICES-003 of the
Industry Canada.
RÈGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE RADIOÉLECTRIQUE (For 120V models)
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils
numériques de Classe A prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur: "Appareils Numériques",
NMB-003 édictée par l'lndustrie Canada.
Für EMVG
Dieses Produkt ist Gebrauch im Wohnbereuch, Geschäfts-und Gewerbebereich sowie in kleinbetrieben
vorgesehen.
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Copyright © 1998 by CANON ELECTRONICS INC. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may
be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or
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3M is a trademark of Minnesota Mining Manufacturing Company.
TUSCAN is a trademark of the TUSCAN Corporation.
Other brand and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Contents
BEFORE YOU BEGIN......
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Important features .......................................................................................................... 1
Conventions ................................................................................................................... 2
Work Safely! ............................................................................................................ 3
■ Choosing a safe location ...................................................................................... 3
■ Selecting a power source ..................................................................................... 5
Important warnings .................................................................................................. 6
Unpacking: What's in the box? ....................................................................................... 7
Important parts and their functions ................................................................................. 7
Connecting the printer .................................................................................................... 8
Preparing the carriers ..................................................................................................... 9
Lenses .......................................................................................................................... 10
■ Fixed lens ........................................................................................................... 10
■ Zoom lenses ...................................................................................................... 10
■ Switching lenses ................................................................................................ 10
Operation panel and keyboard keys ............................................................................ 12
■ Operation panel keys ......................................................................................... 12
■ Keyboard keys ................................................................................................... 14
OPERATING PROCEDURES
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Turning power on/off .................................................................................................... 16
Setting the film ............................................................................................................. 16
Adjusting the image ...................................................................................................... 17
■ Focusing the image ............................................................................................ 17
■ Enlarging and reducing image size .................................................................... 17
■ Rotating the image ............................................................................................. 18
Arbitrary rotation ................................................................................................ 18
90 degree rotation .............................................................................................. 18
Printing ......................................................................................................................... 19
■ Starting a print .................................................................................................... 19
■ Automatic adjustment ........................................................................................ 19
■ Manual adjustment ............................................................................................. 20
■ If you use Fileprint 250, please select paper size set on the Paper Tray .......... 20
■ If you use Fileprint 400, please select paper Cassette you want to use ............ 20
Setting the film mode ................................................................................................... 22
■ Picture mode ...................................................................................................... 22
■ Sharpness adjustment ....................................................................................... 22
■ Setting automatic border removal ...................................................................... 23
■ Using trimming ................................................................................................... 24
What is trimming? .............................................................................................. 24
Defining an area for trimming ............................................................................ 24
Selecting the area with the area setting cursor (option) .................................... 25
Using auto rotation ............................................................................................. 25
SPECIAL FEATURES
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Date stamp feature ....................................................................................................... 26
■ Switching the date stamp on or off ..................................................................... 26
■ Doing the date settings ...................................................................................... 26
Note feature ................................................................................................................. 28
■ Switching the note on or off ............................................................................... 28
■ Entering the note ................................................................................................ 29
■ Character position display... ............................................................................... 30
The reset feature .......................................................................................................... 31
■ Recalling the defaults ......................................................................................... 31
■ Entering the default values ................................................................................ 31
Storing zoom settings ........................................................................................ 32
Reassigning keys ............................................................................................... 33
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
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Changing the lamp ....................................................................................................... 34
Routine cleaning .......................................................................................................... 36
■ Cleaning the screen and main unit .................................................................... 36
■ Cleaning the lens ............................................................................................... 36
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................... 37
User Call Errors ............................................................................................................ 38
Service Calls ................................................................................................................ 39
SPECIFICATIONS
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN ...
BEFORE YOU BEGIN...
These instructions describe the operating procedures for the Canon
Microfilm Scanner 500. After you set up the unit, keep this manual
in a convenient location so you can find it when you need it.
Important features
❏ Saves space
The economical design of this compact film scanner requires less
space on your desk or work table.
❏ Automatic film detection
The unit automatically detects whether film is positive or negative. You can use both film types interchangeably, with no need
to change device settings.
❏ Optional carriers in various formats
Optional carriers offer support for a wide variety of film types,
including microfiche, aperture cards, and film rolls.
❏ Easy operation
Keyboard and operation panel provide easy control of screen adjustments, zoom, border deletion, and other operating functions.
❏ Easy expansion
With the installation of an SCSI board (sold separately), you can
connect the unit to a personal computer and for advanced operations like CAR detection and image transfers.
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN ...
Conventions
A few symbols and notations alert you to additional information
that will make operation of the scanner more efficient, trouble
free, and safe.
(➞12)
A number preceded by an arrow and enclosed in parentheses shows
you the page number that contains more information about the
previous statement or paragraph.
Notes provide additional hints or advice about making the
operation easier or saving time.
Caution notices alert you to incorrect procedures that may
damage the equipment.
WARNINGS ARE FOR YOUR SAFETY. FAILURE TO FOLLOW WARNING INSTRUCTIONS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS
INJURY TO YOU OR YOUR CO-WORKERS.
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Work safely!
Work Safely!
To ensure safe, efficient operation, read the following precautions
and recommendations before you choose a location and set up the
system.
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Choosing a safe location
■ To ensure adequate space for ventilation, operation, and maintenance, make sure there is enough space around the system on all
sides. To prevent overheating, never block the ventilation slots.
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■ Avoid exposure to direct sunlight. When exposure to sunlight is
unavoidable, install curtains to protect the unit.
■ Avoid a dusty location. Dust can adversely affect the internal parts
of the unit.
■ Do not set up and use the unit in a location where the unit is exposed to water, steam, or high humidity. Keep all liquids away
from the unit.
■ Avoid areas like laboratories where fumes from ammonia, acetone,
or other volatile chemicals are present. Never use any kind of
volatile, flammable spray near the unit.
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Work safely!
■ Never set up the unit in an area where flammable substances like
alcohol, thinner, or other organic chemicals are present.
■ Select a flat, stable, surface that can support the 26 kg (57.2 lb.)
weight of the unit.
■ Choose an area that is free of excessive vibration.
■ Avoid a location subject to sudden or wide changes in temperature. Condensation inside the unit can cause poor print quality.
Use the unit in a location within these ranges for temperature and
humidity.
Temperature
Humidity
10˚C to 32.5˚C (50˚F to 90.5˚F)
10% to 85% RH
■ Do not place the unit near large speakers, a radio, a television, or
any other type of equipment that can generate a strong magnetic
field.
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Selecting a power source
Power supply requirements
U.S.A.
Europe
(other areas)
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120V, 50-60 Hz
220-240V, 50-60 Hz
With no variation
more than 10%
above the rated
power on the unit
label.
If you have any questions about the power source at
your work site, contact your supplier or the power company.
■ The unit should have an independent power source that is not
shared with any other electrical device. If you have to use an extension cord or power strip, make sure the total ampere rating for
all the equipment does not exceed the ampere rating of the extension cord.
■ Do not place anything on the power cord, and do not locate the
unit where people working around the unit will walk on the cord.
■ Do not bundle the power cord or wrap it around an object like a
table or chair leg. The area around the unit should be clear of all
obstacles. In case of an emergency, you should be able to reach
the power source quickly to unplug the cord.
■ To remove the power cord from the power outlet, grasp the head
of the plug firmly to remove it. Never pull on the cord to remove
the plug from the power outlet. Never touch the power cord with
wet hands.
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Important warnings
Before you use the equipment, make sure you and your co-workers read the following warnings about using this equipment.
PAY ATTENTION TO THESE WARNINGS! FAILURE
TO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS COULD RESULT
IN INJURY FROM FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK!
■ Use only the power cord supplied with the unit.
■ Never disassemble the unit. There are no user servicable parts
inside the unit.
■ If you detect strange noises, odors, or smoke around the unit, turn
the power switch off immediately, remove the plug from the power
source and call for service.
■ Handle the unit carefully to avoid dropping it, hitting it, or subjecting it to strong shock or vibration. If something collides with
the unit or hits it, turn it off immediately, remove the plug from
the power source, and call for service.
■ Before you move the unit even a short distance, turn off the power
switch and remove the plug from the power source.
■ Never place anything on top of the unit, especially a liquid container like a flower vase.
■ When you are working around the unit, avoid wearing loose fitting jewelry like bracelets and necklaces.
■ Keep the work area clear of metal clips, pins, paper clips and other
types of fasteners. If something falls into the unit accidentally,
turn the unit power switch off, unplug the power cord from the
power source, and call for service.
■ To avoid possible injury from falling objects, never place heavy
objects on the unit.
■ If the unit is not to be used for a long period, turn the power switch
off and unplug the power cord from the power source.
■ Avoid touching internal parts when you perform routine cleaning
or maintenance like changing the lamp. Some parts inside the main
unit generate high temperatures and high voltages.
■ To avoid minor injuries, avoid touching the metal studs on the
bottom of the unit when you move it.
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Unpacking: What's in the box?
The MS500 package contains the items listed below. If any of
these items is missing, contact your dealer for assistance.
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Microfilm Scanner 500
Halogen lamp
Power cord
Keyboard
Lens holder
Program label
Instructions
Warranty Card (U.S.A. and Canada only)
Important parts and their functions
Take a few moments to become familiar with the names and functions of the unit's main components.
Screen
Displays images and allows you to view
images before you print them.
Area setting cursor (option)
Allows you to define and trim
an area for printing if you do
not want to print the entire image.
Operation panel
Provides buttons that allow you to
perform settings for image adjustment or print mode selection.
Lens holder
Holds an interchangeable
lens
Lamp unit
Holds the lamp for the main
source of illumination.
Remove to change the halogen lamp
DIN connector
Allows you to connect a
cable for the Auto Carrier
100C, 100R, 100M, or FS
Controller I or Roll/Fiche
Carrier 200.
Power switch
Allows you to turn power on and off.
Carrier pad
The carrier pad holds
the film carrier.
Keyboard
Use to adjust the screen image, set the
print mode, execute printing, and control
almost all other operations.
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Connecting the printer
In order to print images, you need to connect the Canon Fileprint
250 or Canon Fileprint 400 (sold separately). For details about
connection and other important operations for the printer, call for
service from your supplier or see the instructions you received
with the printer.
Canon Fileprint 250
Canon Fileprint 400
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Preparing the carrier
This is a list of the all the carriers that can be installed and used
with the Microfilm Scanner 500. For more details about these
options, contact your supplier. For details about installation and
operation, refer to the instructions provided with each carrier.
■ Fiche Carrier 190RII
A film carrier which allows viewing of fiche, jackets, or aperture
cards up to 105 mm x 190 mm.
■ Autocarrier 100C (AC100C)
A motorized Autocarrier for 16 mm cartridge film cartridges
(ANSI, ANSI ENCLOSED*1, Kodak Ektamate, 3M) that features
fast autoloading and high speed film feeding for image display.
■ Autocarrier 100M (AC100M)
A motorized Autocarrier for 3M or TUSCAN M-Type*2 cartridges
that feature fast autoloading and high speed film feeding for image display.
■ Autocarrier 100R (AC100R)
A motorized Autocarrier for 16 mm or 35 mm film wound on
standard open reels.
■ FS Controller I
A motorized Autocarrier for 16 mm cartridge films (ANSI, Kodak
Ektamate, 3M). This carrier is required for reading film marked
with blips for image search and retrieval.
■ FS Controller III
A motorized Autocarrier for the new 16 mm cartridge films (ANSI,
Kodak Ektamate, 3M). This carrier is required for reading film
marked with blips for image search and retrieval.
■ Roll/Fiche Carrier 200
A motorized fiche Autocarrier for either fiche, jacket, or aperture
card format film, 16mm/35mm film standard open reels or 3M,
TUSCAN M-Type*2 cartridges.
*1 ANSI ENCLOSED cartridge is defined as ANSI MS-15.
*2 TUSCAN M-Type is a TUSCAN cartridge with a 3M-type core.
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Lenses
The following types of lenses are available.
Fixed lens
HX (x 7)
Zoom lenses
HZ01 (x 9.5 to 16)
HZ02 (x 16 to 32)
HZ03 (x 30 to 55)
HZ04 (x 20 to 48)
HZ05 (x 10 to 24)
Switching lenses
Follow the procedure below to install or exchange lenses.
1. If a lens is already installed, grasp the edge of the holder and slide
it out of the unit.
2. Gently pull the lens holder all the way out.
3. Use one hand to support the base of the holder, and the other to
lift and remove the lens. Proceed carefully, making sure that the
lens does not fall out.
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4. Carefully insert the new lens into the holder, and push the lens in
until it clicks.
Match the two contacts on the rim of the lens with the two contacts on the rim of the holder. These contacts must fit snugly for
the lens to operate correctly.
Do not touch the contact area with your hands.
5. Slide the lens holder back into the unit. Support the holder carefully so that the lens does not fall out.
6. Push the holder in until it clicks into place. Operation panel and
keyboard buttons
1
If you are using the FS Controller l, remove the lower
part of the lens 1 then reverse it and attach it again
2.
2
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Operation panel and keyboard keys
Operation panel keys
This is a summary of the keys on the operation panel.
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1
2
1 Negative/Positive key
4
5
7
8
9
Three settings are available:
(
(
(
2 Border key
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) In negative film mode, produces positive prints from negative film images.
) In positive film mode, produces positive prints from positive images.
) In automatic mode, selects the mode based on the type of
film detected.
Allows you to remove the dark background or trim the area of
the image that you want to print. Three settings are available:
(
(
(
) Frames an area.
) Automatically removes the black border around the image
for printing.
) Automatically removes most of the black border around
the image but leaves a border up to 5 mm around the image.
3 Print density display
Displays the selected print density. Also displays the sharpness
and date messages when you set these features.
4 AE key
Turns automatic print density selection on and off.
If the FilePrint 400 is connected, Hold down the [AE] key for
about 5seconds to start the cleaning mode. “A4” is shown in the
page count display.
5 Print Density Adjustment keys
Press to select print density automatically. You can also use this
key to select the sharpness level and date.
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Print/Error Display
Displays the number of prints (01 to 99). Also displays User
Calls and Service Calls.
User Calls
Warn you of problems that require your immediate attention. A
user call is a 2-digit code consisting of a letter and a number. User
Call L4, for example, means the printer door is open. (➞38)
Service Calls
Warn you of problems that require the service of a qualified technician. Service calls are 4-digit codes consisting of the letter E
and number and then two numbers shown alternately in the display. If you see E2 and 03 displayed alternately, this means Service Call E203. (➞39)
7 Print Number Setting key
Use these keys to set the number of copies to be printed. Press
the plus (+) key to increase the number and the minus (-) key to
decrease the number.
You can also use these keys to select the cassette if you are specifying the area and the FilePrint 400 is connected.
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Clear/Stop key
Press this button to cancel printing or change the number of
copies to be printed. If the FilePrint 250 is connected, you can
also use this button to switch to paper size setting mode.
If the FilePrint 400 is connected, you can also use this button to
switch to cassette selection mode.
9
Print Start key
Press this button to print.
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Keyboard keys
This is a summary of the keyboard keys.
1
!¶
2
3
4
5
!•
6
8
!º
!¡
7 !¢
!§
!™
!ª
!fi
!£
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Function keys
This is a summary of the function keys:
DATE
Stamps the date on the print.
NOTE
Writes the preset note onto the print.
PICTURE
Improves print quality of halftone images.
SHARPNESS
Sets unit into sharpness adjustment mode.
2
Negative/Positive key
Three settings are available:
( ) In negative film mode, produces positive prints from negative film
images.
( ) In positive film mode, produces positive prints from positive images.
( ) In automatic mode, selects the mode based on the type of film detected.
3
Cassette Select key
Selects paper cassette for printing. Effective only if the unit is connected to the
Canon Fileprint 400 printer.
4
Border key
Allows you to remove the dark background or trim the area of the image that
you want to print.
Three settings are available:
(
) Frames an area.
(
(
)
)
Automatically removes the black border around the image for printing.
Automatically removes most of the black border around the image but
leaves a border up to 5 mm around the image.
5
Auto Rotate key
Rotates the image 90 degrees for printing.
6
Zoom keys
Use these keys to record zoom settings. During normal operation, you can
immediately switch to the recorded setting by pressing the key.
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Rotate keys
Press to rotate the image left or right by 90 degrees.
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Print Density display
Displays the selected print density. Also displays the sharpness and date
messages when you set these features.
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Print Density Adjustment keys
Press to select print density automatically. You can also use this key to select
the sharpness level and date.
!º
AE key
Turns automatic print density selection on and off.
!¡
Reset key
Use this key to restore or change default settings.
!™
Print/Error display
Displays the number of prints (01 to 99). Also displays User Calls and Service
Calls.
User Calls
Warn you of problems that require your immediate attention. A user call is a 2digit code consisting of a letter and a number. User Call L4, for example, means
the printer door is open. (➞38)
Service Calls
Warn you of problems that require the service of a qualified technician. Service
calls are 4-digit codes consisting of the letter E and number and then two
numbers shown alternately in the display. If you see E2 and 03 displayed
alternately, this means Service Call E203. (➞39)
!£
Print Number Setting keys
Sets the number of prints to print for each image. Press the plus key to increase the
number of prints, or press the minus key to decrease the number prints. These
keys are also used to set an area for printing.
!¢
Clear/Stop key
Stops printing or resets the number of prints to 1 (the default).
!fi
Print Start key
Press to start printing or to re-start printing after a paper jam.
!§
Film Control knob (optional)
Transports film through an electronic carrier. Turn knob right to send film forward, or left to rewind it. (The knob does not operate while you are using the FS
Controller I or FS Controller III carrier.)
!¶
Adjust Mode indicators
The illuminated lamp identifies the type of image adjustment you can make. You
can switch the adjustment type by pressing the Image Adjust Select key (!•).
ZOOM
Adjusts the magnification.
FOCUS
Adjusts the focus.
ROTATION
Rotates the image.
!•
Image Adjust Select key
Selects the type of adjustment you can make:
Focus, or
Rotation.
!ª
Image Adjust Control dial
You use this dial to adjust the magnification, focus, or rotation.
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Zoom magnification,
OPERATING PROCEDURES
OPERATING PROCEDURES
This section describes procedures for normal operation of the unit:
■ Turning the unit on and off.
■ Adjusting the image on the screen to include focusing, enlarging/
reducing, rotating.
■ Printing the image on the screen.
Turning power on/off
Follow the procedure below to turn the unit on and off.
1. If you have installed an FS Controller III Autocarrier, turn the
controller on first.
2. On the front of the main unit, locate the power switch on the lower
left corner, then press the I side of the switch to turn the power on.
3. Turn on the power switch of the printer.
After you turn on the power, the Print key indicator on the keyboard lights red and enters the warm-up mode. While the unit is
warming up, you cannot print. After the indicator lights green, the
unit is warmed up and ready to print.
4. To turn the unit off, press the O side of the power switch.
Setting the film
Load the Autocarrier with the film you want to view. For details
about the Autocarrier installation, see the instructions you received
with the Autocarrier.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Adjusting the image
This section explains how to adjust the image focus, zoom, and
rotation. Proper adjustment is essential for viewing and printing
your film.
Focusing the image
1. Check whether the Focus lamp is lit. If it is not, press the
keyboard's Image Adjust Select key once or twice until the lamp
comes on.
2. Turn the keyboard's Image Adjust Control dial to focus the image.
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2
Enlarging and reducing image size
1. Press the Image Adjust Select key so the Zoom lamp comes on.
2. Turn the Image Adjust Control dial to adjust the image size. Turn
the dial left to enlarge the image, or right to reduce it.
1
You can store zoom settings into the M1, M2, and M3 Zoom keys.
You can then use these keys to recall the settings at any time.
(➞32)
2
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Rotating the image
The MS500 offers two rotation methods. You can rotate the image to an arbitrary angle using the Image Adjust Control dial, or
you can rotate it in 90 degree increments using the rotation keys.
■ Arbitrary rotation
1. Press the Image Adjust Select key so that the Rotate lamp comes
on.
2. Turn the Image Adjust Control dial to the right or left to rotate the
image.
1
2
■ 90 degree rotation
Press the left rotation key on the keyboard to rotate the image 90
degrees to the left, or press the right rotation key to rotate the
image to the right.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Printing
The image on the screen can be printed with a printer connected
to the unit. This section describes how to set the film mode and
execute a print.
Starting a print
1. Check the main unit and the printer and make sure that they are
both turned on. The power switches should be set to the l position.
You can execute a print after both the main unit and printer have
warmed up. After you turn on the power, the Print key indicator
on the keyboard lights red. After the unit is warmed up, this indicator lights green and the unit is ready to print.
2. Set the film type (negative or positive), or select automatic detection.
or
Press the Negative/Positive key on the keyboard or operation panel
to make your selection. The lamp next to the key indicates the
current setting.
Negative
Produce a positive print from negative film.
Positive
Produce a positive print from positive film.
Auto
The unit automatically detects the film
type and produces a positive print. The
Positive or Negative lamp flashes during
printing to indicate the detected film type.
The HZ-05 zoom lens has no function to automatically
switch between Negative and Positive. When using the
HZ-05 zoom lens, always use the Negative/Positive
switching key to select (
) negative or ( ) positive.
The unit may be unable to detect the film type if the
black/white ratio on the film is almost even, or if you
have selected a small area near the edge of the film
for printing. In this case you will have to set the film
type manually.
3. Display the image that you want to print, and display it on the
screen. Select the area to be printed. (➞17)
4. Adjust the print density. You can use either automatic or manual
adjustment.
■ Automatic adjustment
Press the AE key on the keyboard or operation panel, so that the
lamp above the key comes on. The MS500 adjusts the print density automatically.
Even when using automatic adjustment, you can still
use the Print Density Adjustment keys to fine tune the
setting. The Print Density display changes accordingly.
You can fine tune to 17 different levels.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
■ Manual adjustment
Make sure that the lamp above the AE key is off. (If necessary,
press the AE key so that the lamp goes off.) Then adjust the density by pressing the appropriate Print Density Adjustment key (right
arrow or left arrow) on the keyboard or operation panel. The Print
Density display changes accordingly, with rightward movement
indicating higher density. You can set to any of 33 levels.
5. Set the paper size that you want to print.
■ If you use Fileprint 250, please select paper size set on
the Paper Tray.
or
(1) Press the cassette select key or the Clear/stop key on the keyboard and keep on for about 5 seconds to enter the paper size
setting mode. At that time, the current paper size appears on the
print display.
A4
Letter
B5
Legal
(2) When pressing plus (+) key of the print number setting key,
the display is changed in due order as
➞
➞
➞ . On
the other hand, when pressing minus (-) key, the display is changed
in due order as
➞
➞
➞ .
(3) Press the cassette select key or the Clear/stop key to define
paper size that you want to use.
■ If you use Fileprint 400, please select paper Cassette
you want to use.
(1) Press the Clear/stop key and keep on for about 5 seconds to
enter the cassette select mode. At that time, the current paper cassette appears on the print display.
Keyboard display Print display
Tray selection
Multipurpose tray selected
Upper cassette selected
Lower cassette selected
or
(2) When pressing the cassette select key or plus (+) key on the
print number setting key, the display is changed in due order as
➞
➞
➞ . On the other hand, when pressing minus
(-) key, the display is changed in due order as
➞
➞
➞
.
(3) Press the Clear/stop key to define paper size that you want to
use. At that time, the print number display returns to "01".
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
When you select the paper tray, the current paper size
appears briefly on the print display. Make sure that the
displayed size matches the paper size in the paper
tray. A mismatch will produce an error when you try to
print. If the sizes do not match, re-setting the paper
size as follows.
If using the paper tray, set the paper size of the paper tray.
(1) Press the cassette select key and keep on for about 5 seconds
to enter the paper size select mode, until the lamp of the paper
) starts blinking. At that time, the current paper size aptray (
pears on the print display.
(2)Then, press the plus/minus key to set the correct paper size.
The size indicator is displayed on the print display as follows.
A4
Letter
B5
Legal
A3
Ledger
B4
(3) Press the cassette select key to complete the setting.
6. Set the number of prints that you want to make.
To increase or decrease the number of prints:
Press the plus or minus key on the keyboard or operation panel to
change the setting as required. The setting appears in the adjacent
Print display. You can select a value from 1 to 99.
To restore the default (1 copy):
You can reset the number to 1 by pressing the Clear/Stop key.
7. Now make the appropriate film mode settings if required. (➞22)
8. To begin printing, press the Print Start key on the keyboard or
operation panel.
You can cancel printing at any time by pressing the Stop/Clear
key.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Setting the film mode
This section describes various print settings that you can use to
control the quality and format of the finished print. Make the appropriate settings before you begin printing.
Picture mode
Use this mode for accurate printing of halftone graphic images.
You can toggle the mode on or off by pressing the Picture key on
the keyboard. The lamp to the left of the key comes on to indicate
that unit is in the Picture mode.
Automatic density adjustment does not function while
the unit is in the Picture mode.
Sharpness adjustment
Follow this procedure when you need to sharpen or soften the
image.
1. Press the SHARPNESS key on the keyboard, so that the lamp
next to this key begins to blink.
2. Press the right or left Print Density Adjustment keys to sharpen or
soften the image. You can set the sharpness to one of five levels.
The Print Density display moves to reflect your new setting.
3. Press the SHARPNESS key once again to register the new setting.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Setting automatic border removal
An image on negative film is displayed on the screen with a black
border around the image, and this black border will also appear in
your printed copy unless you remove it with the automatic border
removal function.
Remove these black borders around your images to avoid wasting
toner when the images are printed.
-orYou can also leave the border around the image but with very
little of the black color remaining.
Press the Border key to change the setting.
or
The lamp to the left of the Border key shows you the current selection. To change the selection, press the Border key until the
lamp lights next to the selection you want to use.
(
) Select for removal of all black color around the image.
(
) Select for removing most of the black color around the image.
Note the following restrictions on the use of this feature:
■ For images with ill defined borders, this function may not operate
correctly.
■ This function cannot be used when part of the image is outside the
print frame.
■ If several images are on the screen, the image other than the one
you want may print.
■ This feature cannot print a border larger than 5 mm around an
image.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Using trimming
Use the trimming feature to crop and print only a selected portion
of an image.
■ What is trimming?
Trimming means selecting only a portion of an image and cropping it for printing. Only the trimmed or cropped area of the image is printed. For example, you could trim a single article from a
full page of newspaper print and print only the article enclosed in
a trimmed rectangle.
To select trimming, press the Border key on the operation panel
until the lamp next to the trimming icon lights ( ). Follow the
procedure below to define the area to the image to be printed.
■ Defining an area for trimming
1. Press and hold down the Border key for approximately 5 seconds
until the lamp for trimming ( ) starts blinking.
or
The current area setting is shown in the Print display.
2. To adjust the area setting, press the Print Number Setting keys.
The starting point or origin for defining the screen area is the lower
right corner of the screen.
Plus key
or
Minus key
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Press to move in the vertical direction. The
number in the Print display shows the current screen vertical coordinate.
Press to move in the horizontal direction. The
number in the Print display shows the current horizontal coordinate.
For example, the illustration shows the vertical set for 4 and the
horizontal set for 7. The shaded area is the area trimmed and selected for printing.
4
7
3. To save the setting, press the Border key. The setting remains in
effect even after the power is turned off and turned on again.
If you have installed the optional Framing Kit, you cannot use this method to set an area on the screen. Use
the area setting tapes to define an area.
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■ Selecting an area with the area setting tape (option)
If you have installed the optional Framing Kit, you can use the
keys at the bottom and on the right side of the screen to select an
area for printing.
There are 4 tapes on the screen you can move to select an area for
printing. The rectangle enclosed by the 4 tapes is the area selected
for printing.
You can use this feature only after you have installed
the optional Framing Kit.
Using auto rotation
This function lets you rotate the image 90 degrees for printing.
You can display the image horizontally on the screen, while printing it out vertically.
To select this feature, press the Auto Rotate key on the keyboard so that the icon lights up. You can switch the feature off by
pressing the key once again, so that the icon goes off.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
SPECIAL FEATURES
This section describes a number of special features offered by the
MS500.
Date stamp feature
This feature allows you to include the date on your prints. You
can choose from various date formats, and you can select the location of the stamp on the print.
Switching the date stamp on or off
You can switch date stamping on or off by pressing the DATE
key on the keyboard. The lamp next to the key lights up to indicate that date stamping is selected.
Doing the date settings
The following procedure explains how set the date, and how to
select the format and position of the date on the print.
The MS500 stores the settings in non-volatile memory,
so that they are retained even while power is off.
1. Hold down the DATE key for about 5 seconds. The DATE lamp,
Print Density display, and Print display all begin blinking, indicating that you can now enter the date and time settings.
2. Check that the leftmost Print Density display is blinking. Then
press the plus or minus Print key as necessary to set the year.
Display
to
to
Setting
1951 to 1999
2000 to 2050
3. Press the right Print Density Adjustment key once to switch to
month selection. Then press the plus or minus Print key to enter
the month.
Display
to
Setting
January to December
4. Press the right arrow key again to switch to day selection. Then
press the plus or minus key to set the day-of-month value.
Display
to
Setting
1st to 31st
5. Press the right arrow key once more to switch to hour selection.
Press plus or minus to set the hour.
Display
Setting
to
0 to 24
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SPECIAL FEATURES
6. Press the right arrow key again to switch to minute selection, and
press plus or minus to enter the set the minute.
Display
Setting
to
0 to 60
7. Press the right arrow again to enter position-select mode. You can
now select the location for the date stamp on the print. Press plus
or minus to set the value. The Print display indicates the current
setting, using the symbols shown below.
Display
Stamp location
Top left
Top center
Top right
Bottom left
Bottom center
Bottom right
8. Press the right arrow one last time to enter the format select mode.
You can now use the plus and minus keys to select the format for
the date stamp on the print. The Print display indicates the current
setting, using the numbers shown below.
Display Format
Year/Month/Day
Year/Month/Day Hr:Min
Month/Year/Day
Month/Year/Day Hr:Min
Day/Month/Year
Day/Month/Year Hr:Min
Month Day Year
Month Day Year Hr:Min
Day-name Month
Day Year
Day-name Month Day
Year Hr:Min
Print Example
2000/08/28
2000/08/28 21:15
08/28/2000
08/28/2000 21:15
28/08/2000
28/08/2000 21:15
Aug 28 2000
Aug 28 2000 21:15
Mon Aug 28 2000
Mon Aug 28 2000 21:15
9. When you have completed all settings, press the Reset key. The
MS500 registers the new values, and returns to normal operating
mode.
While making the date and time settings, you can move back to a
previous setting by pressing the left arrow key. When setting the
minute value, for example, you can press the left arrow key once
to move back to the hour setting.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
Note feature
This feature lets you include a short note on your print. You must
enter the note into memory before making the print, as described
below. Maximum note length is 33 characters.
The note is printed in the location selected for the time stamp. If
you choose to print both the time stamp and the note, the time
stamp appears first, then a space, and then the note.
Switching the note on or off
You can switch note printing on or off by pressing the NOTE key
on the keyboard. The lamp next to the key lights up to indicate
that note printing is selected.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
Entering the note
The procedure below explains how to enter a note. The MS500
stores the note in non-volatile memory, so that is retained even
while power is off.
The following table shows the characters that you can use for your
note. You select each character by inputting the corresponding
code value.
Code
20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 2F
Code 20 selects the "space" character.
Char
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"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
-
.
/
Code
30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F
Char
0
Code
40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A
Char
@
Code
60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6F 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 7A
Char
Code
Char
`
1
A
a
2
B
b
3
C
c
4
D
d
5
E
e
6
F
f
7
G
g
8
H
h
9
I
i
:
J
j
;
K
k
<
L
l
=
M
m
>
N
n
?
O
o
P
p
Q
q
R
r
S
s
T
t
U
u
V
v
W
w
X
x
Y
y
Z
z
5B 5C 5D 5E 5F 7B 7C 7D 7E 7F
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1. Hold down the NOTE key for about 5 seconds. The Note lamp,
Print Density display, and Print display begin blinking, indicating
that you can now enter the note.
2. Check that only the first (leftmost) Print Density display lamp is
blinking. Then press the plus or minus key until the code value
for the first letter of your note appears in the Print Density display
area. Refer to the code table above for the code/letter correspondence.
To select the letter A, for example, you would enter the code value
41.
3. Press the right arrow Print Density Adjustment key once to move
to the second letter of the note. Enter the letter code for the second
letter, again using the minus or plus key.
4. Continue as described above until you have entered all the letters
for your note. Use the right arrow or left arrow to move forward
or backward in the note, and minus and plus to enter the letter
codes.
■ The note cannot contain more than 33 characters, including spaces.
■ The Print Density display shows your current location within the
note, as described below.
5. When you have finished entering the note, press the Reset key to
store it. The MS500 writes the note into memory and returns to
normal operating mode.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
Character position display
The Print Density display shows your current position within the
note by flashing one or two lamps, as illustrated below.
When you press the left arrow or right arrow to move back or
forward within the note, the indicator changes accordingly.
Odd numbered positions are represented by one lamp,
while even numbered positions are indicated by two
lamps.
Char 1
Char 2
Char 3
・
・
・
Char 32
Char 33
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SPECIAL FEATURES
The reset feature
The MS500 lets you store your own default settings for the film
mode. Once you have recorded the defaults, you can recall them
at any time by pressing the Reset key. To make best use of this
function, you will want to register your most frequently used values as your defaults.
Recalling the defaults
To change all settings to their default values, press the Reset key.
Release the key immediately after pressing it. If you hold the key
down longer than 5 seconds, the MS500 switches into defaultentry mode.
Entering the default values
Use the following procedure to set up your default values.
1. Hold down the Reset key on the keyboard for about 5 seconds.
The lamp next to the key begins to blink, indicating that you can
now enter the default values.
2. Press the key corresponding to the setting you want to make. For
details about the various functions and their settings, refer to explanations given earlier in this manual.
You cannot select a default value for the Print setting.
In addition to selecting print-mode defaults, you can also use this
feature to record zoom settings, and to reassign the function of
certain keys on the keyboard. Procedures for both of these operations are given below.
These procedures are available only while the MS500 is set to
default-entry mode (only while the Reset lamp is blinking).
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SPECIAL FEATURES
■ Storing zoom settings
Use this feature to set zoom values into the M1, M2, and M3 keys
on the keyboard. You can then use these keys during normal operation to switch the zoom to the stored value.
1. Press the keyboard's Image Adjust Select key as necessary to set
the Zoom lamp on.
2. Rotate the Image Adjust Control dial dial to set the zoom to the
value you want, while watching the result on the screen.
1
2
3. Press the M1, M2, or M3 key to store the new value. You can
store a different value into each key.
After returning to normal mode, you can use the M1, M2,and M3
Zoom keys to quickly switch the zoom rate to the registered value.
Each Zoom key is effective only for the lens that was
mounted when the setting was recorded. If you try to
use the key to change the zoom setting on a different
lens, the MS500 returns User Call L6. (➞38)
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SPECIAL FEATURES
■ Reassigning keys
The MS500 lets you reassign or disable the operation of the DATE,
NOTE, PICTURE, and SHARPNESS keys on the keyboard.
To change the key function, proceed as follows.
1. Hold down the key that you want to reassign for about 5 seconds,
until the key's lamp and the Print display begin blinking.
2. Set the desired function for that key by entering the appropriate
code value. (Refer to the list below.) Use the plus and minus keys
to enter the code. The entered value appears in the Print display.
Display
Function
Key is disabled.
Operates as DATE key.
Operates as NOTE key.
Operates as PICTURE key.
Operates as SHARPNESS key.
3. Press the Reset key to register the new setting.
Repeat the above procedure as necessary to reassign each of the
keys you want to change.
This feature is available only for the keyboard's DATE,
NOTE, PICTURE, and SHARPNESS keys.
4. When you are ready to return to normal operating mode, press the
Reset key once again.
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
MAINTENANCE AND
TROUBLESHOOTING
This section describes routine maintenance and troubleshooting
procedures:
■ Changing the halogen lamp.
■ Cleaning the main unit.
■ Reading and understanding errors and solving the problem.
To ensure optimum performance and a long service life for the
unit, perform the routine maintenance procedures described below.
Changing the lamp
The halogen lamp projects the film image on the screen. If it burns
out, you will not be able to see images on the screen. Follow the
procedure below to change the lamp after it burns out.
If the lamp burns out, you will see L5 displayed in the Print display.
THE HALOGEN LAMP AND LAMP UNIT ARE EXTREMELY HOT. AFTER "L5" APPEARS IN THE
PRINT DISPLAY, WAIT A FEW MINUTES FOR THE
LAMP AND LAMP UNIT TO COOL DOWN BEFORE
YOU TURN OFF THE UNIT AND CHANGE THE
BULB.
1. If you do not see the image on the screen, check the Print display.
If you see L5 in the Print display, this confirms that the halogen
lamp has burned out. (➞38)
2. Wait about 5 minutes for the lamp and lamp unit to cool down.
Then turn off the unit.
3. On the right side of the unit, grip the lamp unit with firm pressure
and pull it from the main unit.
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
IF THE LAMP IS STILL WARM, WAIT UNTIL THE
LAMP UNIT COOLS DOWN. HALOGEN LAMPS
BURN EXTREMELY HOT AND REQUIRE MORE
TIME TO COOL DOWN THAN ORDINARY BULBS.
4. Push the side lever holding the halogen bulb to the side then lift
up the bulb.
5. Replace the halogen bulb only with a Canon specified replacement.
Handle the new halogen bulb with extreme care. Do
not touch the surface of the new bulb with your bare
fingertips. Oil from your fingertips or other foreign matter can cause the bulb to burn unevenly, shortening
the service life of the halogen bulb.
While holding the company mark on the new halogen bulb up,
insert the bulb into the lamp unit.
6. Insert the lamp unit into the main unit with firm, even pressure
until it locks into place.
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Routine cleaning
Follow these simple procedures to clean the unit at least once a
day to ensure optimum performance and to guarantee a long service life for the main unit.
Cleaning the screen and main unit
Use a dry, soft cloth or a clean, slightly damp cloth to wipe off the
screen and body of the main unit.
To avoid damaging the surface of the main unit, never
use an organic solvent or cleaner to wipe down the
main unit.
Cleaning the lens
1. Turn the main unit off. Then remove the carrier and lens unit.
2. Use only a soft, dry cloth to wipe off the field lens.
3. Use only a soft, dry cloth to wipe off the upper and lower surfaces
of the lens.
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting
If you are having a problem with the MS500, refer to this table to
see if you can identify the cause and find the solution.
Problem
Solution
Screen does not come on, even after turning
• Check the lamp unit and make sure it is set securely.
on the power switch.
• Check the lamp to see if the lamp is burnt out. After the lamp
burns out, L5 is displayed. If the lamp is burned out, change the
halogen lamp. (➞34)
Screen brightness is uneven or too dark.
• Check the lens and make sure it is clean. (➞34)
• Check the lens and make sure it is correctly installed.
• Check the lamp and lamp unit and make sure both are installed
securely. (➞34)
Image is out of focus.
• Adjust the focus with the Image Adjust Control dial. (➞17)
• Check and make sure the lens and lens holder are correctly
installed. (➞10)
• Check the carrier and make sure that it is installed correctly. For
details, read the instructions you received with the carrier.
• Check the lens and lamp and make sure they are clean. If required, clean the lens and/or lamp. (➞36)
Image is skewed.
• Adjust the rotation using the Image Adjust Control dial. (➞18)
• Check the carrier and make sure that it is installed correctly.
For details, read the instructions you received with the carrier.
After pressing the Print key, print will not start.
• If the lamp next to the Print Start key on the keyboard is red,
the unit is still warming up. Wait for the lamp to turn green before
trying to print. (➞16)
• If the Print display shows a User Call Error, look it up in the
table. (➞38)
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
User Call Errors
Here is a full listing of the MS500 user-call errors. Refer to this
table as necessary to find out what the user call means and how to
correct it.
Error Number
Meaning
Solution
After removing a piece of jammed
paper, a sheet of paper is still
jammed in the printer.
Remove the jammed sheet from the printer. For
details, refer to your printer manual.
A sheet of paper has jammed inside
the printer.
Two sheets of paper have jammed
inside the printer.
Paper is not set in the printer.
Supply paper to the paper cassette of the printer.
For details, refer to the printer manual.
Toner in the toner cartridge is low,
or the toner cartridge is not installed
correctly.
Remove the toner cartridge and install it again. If
the message appears again, replace the toner cartridge. For details, refer to the printer manual.
The printer cover is open.
Close the printer cover and make sure it locks in
place. For details, see the printer manual.
The halogen lamp on the main unit
has burned out or is not installed
correctly.
Check the lamp installation and make sure it locks
in place. If the error occurs again, replace the halogen lamp. (➞34)
Zoom key M1, M2, or M3 was
pressed, but the zoom value is for
a different lens.
The lens is not mounted correctly.
Change the lens to the one the used when you recorded the M1, M2, or M3 value. (➞32)
Wrong paper size in printer feed
tray.
Re-load the tray with the correct paper size, or
change the paper size of the paper tray. (➞20)
Printer power is not turned on, or a
test print is printing.
If the printer is off, turn the printer power switch on.
For details, see the printer manual.
Pull out the lens holder and adjust the lens so that
it is mounted correctly. (➞10)
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Service Calls
Every time you turn on the main unit, the unit automatically performs a self-diagnostic test. If the unit detects a problem at power
on, or at any other time during operation, it will display a Service
Call Error message in the Print display. A Service Call Error is a
three-digit number prefixed with the letter "E" (Ennn). A Service
Call Error message tells the service technician the source of the
problem.
Follow the procedure below when a Service Call Error occurs.
1. Note the Service Call Error in the Print display and turn the main
unit off immediately. Wait a few moments.
2. Turn the main unit on again and watch the display.
If you see a "1" in the Print display, the main unit has recovered
and you can resume normal operation.
When a service call error occurs, turning the main unit
off and on again frequently solves the problem.
If you see the Service Call Error again (Ennn), jot down the error
number, turn the main unit off immediately, then unplug the main
unit, printer, and/or carrier from the power source. Call for service and make sure you tell the service technician the number of
the Service Call Error displayed in the Print display.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Canon MS500 Microfilm Scanner
Main Unit
Type
Screen
Scanning method
Film polarity
Lens magnification
Light source
Desktop digital microfilm scanner
300mm x 300mm
400 dpi digital scanning
Negative, Positive, Negative/Positive auto switching
x7, x9.5-x16, x16-x32, x20-x48, x30-x55
Halogen lamp (20V 150W)
Film
Types
Base density
Silver, diazo (blue or black)
0.6 to 1.4 for negative, 0.3 or less for positive
Image Adjustment
Focus/zoom
Rotation
Manual
360˚ manual, 90˚ automatic
Printing
Print Size (USA, Canada)
Print Size (other areas)
Density control
Continuous printing
Print options
Other functions
Letter, legal
A4
AE, manual
1 to 99
Automatic border deletion, Sharpness adjustment, Picture mode,
Trimming
Date stamp (Year/month/day/time formats)
Note stamp (Up to 33 characters)
Reset
Zoom memory
General
Power
Power consumption
Acoustic noise level
Work environment
Dimensions
Weight
AC120V 50/60Hz
AC220-240V 50/60Hz
Max. 290W
Less than 70dB
Ambient temperature: 10˚ to 32.5˚C (50˚ to 90.5˚F)
Relative humidity: 10% to 80% (without condensation)
Main unit: 668 x 442 x 541 mm (H x W x D)
Keyboard: 41 x 260 x 180 mm (H x W x D)
Main unit: Approx. 26 kg
Keyboard: Approx. 0.8 kg
Options
Fixed lens
Zoom lenses
Carriers
HX7 (x7)
HZ01 (x9.5 - x16), HZ02 (x16 - x32),
HZ03 (x30 - x55), HZ04 (x20 - x48), HZ05 (x10 - x24)
FC 190 RII, AC 100 C, AC 100 R, AC 100 M,
FS Controller I
FS Controller III
Roll Fiche Carrier 200
Framing Kit
Installation Kit L
SCSI Board
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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INDEX
H
halogen lamp
changing, 34
handling, 35
removing, 34
A
Adjust mode indicators
described, 15
AE key
described, 12, 15
Auto key
described, 14
Autocarrier 100C
described, 9
Autocarrier 100M
described, 9
Autocarrier 100R
described, 9
I
image
adjustment, 17
enlarging/reducing, 17
focus, 17
print density, 19
rotating, 18
Image Adjust Control dial
described, 15
Image Adjust Select key
described, 15
B
border
reduction, 12
removal, 12, 14, 23
Border key
described, 12, 14
trimming, 24
K
keyboard
summary, 14
keys
re-assigning, 33
C
carrier
Autocarrier 100C, 9
Autocarrier 100M, 9
Autocarrier 100R, 9
Fiche Carrier 190RII, 9
FS Controller I, 9
FS Controller III, 9
recommended types, 9
Roll/Fiche Carrier 200, 9
Cassette Select key
described, 14
cleaning
lens, 36
main unit, 36
screen, 36
Clear/Stop key
described, 13, 15
L
lens
cleaning, 35
fixed, 10
inserting, 11
interchangeable, 10
removing, 10
switching, 10
zoom, 10
location
choosing, 3
N
Negative/Positive key
described, 12, 14
Note
character position, 30
entering, 29
setting, 28
turning on, 28
D
date
format, 26
position, 27
setting, 26
defaults
restoring, 31
O
operation panel
summary, 12
P
parts
names, 7
picture mode
setting, 22
power source
checking, 5
recommended, 5
selecting, 5
print density
auto adjusting, 19
auto selection, 12, 15
manual adjustment, 20
Print Density Adjustment keys
described, 12, 15
Print density display
described, 12, 15
Print display
described, 13, 15
displays errors, 13, 15
F
Fiche Carrier 190RII
described, 9
film
detection, 19
loading, 16
Film Control knob
described, 15
focus
image, 17
Frame Kit
option, 25
FS Controller I
described, 9
FS Controller III
described, 9
power on first, 16
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INDEX
Print key
described, 13, 15
Print Start key
described, 13, 15
Print/Error Display
described, 13, 15
printer
power on, 16
recommended, 8
printing
auto mode selection, 12
cassette selection, 20
mode, 22
positive on negative film, 12, 14
positive on positive film, 12, 14
prints, 20
procedure, 19
R
Reset
recalling defaults, 31
setting, 31
Reset key
described, 15
using, 33
Roll/Fiche Carrier 200
described, 9
Rotate keys
described, 14
rotation
90 degree, 18
arbitrary, 18
auto rotation, 25
S
safety
warnings, 6
Service Call
defined, 13, 15
table, 39
sharpness mode
setting, 22
T
trimming
defined, 24
described, 24
Frame Kit, 25
select area, 24
setting, 24
U
unpacking
box contents, 7
User Call
defined, 13, 15
Z
zoom
storing defaults, 32º
Zoom keys
described, 14
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