Operator Manual Postage meter T-1000 TELESET

Operator Manual Postage meter T-1000 TELESET
Operator Manual
Postage meter T-1000 TELESET
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Introduction
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About your new meter
The T-1000 is the first fully electronic postage meter offering a completely
new design compared to all other postage meters found on the market
today. Its features include automatic daily date set, TELESET postage
reset, electronic scale interface, departmental accounting, and thermal
printing.
Thermal printing is different than regular meter ink. It works on the
principle of ink liquefaction at increased temperatures. The ink is attached
in solid form to an ink ribbon and is heated when passing the thermal
printhead. Under pressure, the liquefied ink penetrates the envelope
paper and remains permanently bonded. This feature eliminates messy
ink replacement forever.
Loading your meter with postage now takes place inside the meter itself
via an internal modem and your analog telephone line. This service is
called TELESET.
Operation is controlled by a microprocessor and all functions can be
called up using the keyboard. The self-diagnostic system automatically
provides information about the current status of your T-1000.
A Francotyp-Postalia FP-25 or FP-70 scale can be connected through the
meter’s interface port for direct postage amount setting.
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Display und keyboard
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Explanation of display symbols (Figure 1)
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Numeric display
‘Service’ appears when service is required, may appear with a
diagnostic code
Battery
Clock
Printer symbol indicates that meter is ready to print account and
register information (see section 6.2)
‘Limit’ warns that postage is low
‘End’ indicates that meter is out of postage
Scale symbol illuminates when scale interface is activated
‘Cassette’ illuminates when thermal ribbon cassette should be replaced
‘R’, the register symbol, indicates register information being displayed
‘M’, the departmental account symbol, indicates account number in use
Sum indicator illuminates when displaying total postage used for each
departmental account
‘No’ illuminates when displaying number of pieces metered for each
departmental account
Indicates meter ad in use
For use with bulk mail
Date
Keys and functions on the keyboard (Figure 2)
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TELESET - used in the reset process
Meter ad - used to choose meter ad
For use with bulk mail
Date - displays date
Set - used for programming
C - clears last keyboard entry
R - register key used when reading registers
Time - displays time
SUM - displays total postage used for departmental accounting
NR - displays total number of letters for departmental accounting
ACCT - calls up accounts by number for departmental accounting
Scale - activates scale interface
HP - confirms high postage value
Confirms postage amount entered
Contents
Contents
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About your new meter
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Safety tips
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Installing the T-1000 TELESET
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Using the T-1000 TELESET
4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
4.4
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Turning on the T-1000 TELESET
Setting the imprint
Postage amount
Bulk Mail
Changing the meter ad
Choosing a departmental account
Metering
Turning off the T-1000 TELESET
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Registers
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Departmental account function
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6.2
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Reading account information
Printing account information
Clearing account information
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Electronic postage scale
7.1
7.2
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Connecting the T-1000 TELESET to an FP scale
Using the interface feature
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Safety tips
Operator manual T-1000 TELESET
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Basic programming
8.1
8.2
8.3
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Changing the date and time
Programming ‘High postage’
Low postage warning
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TELESET postage resetting
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Resetting postage
TELESET self diagnostics
Security features
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Maintenance, upkeep and service
10.1 Cleaning
10.2 Changing the ribbon cassette
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Troubleshooting
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FCC-Requirements
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Technical specifications
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Service
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Your T-1000 postage meter complies with standard safety regulations for
office equipment of this type. Before operating your T-1000, read the following
tips to assure safe operation.
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Safety tips
• After the T-1000 has been in weather below 10 degrees Celsius, wait at
least two hours before installation.
• This equipment is designed for connection to a grounded outlet. The threeprong plug is an important safety feature. To reduce the risk of shock or
damage to your equipment, do not disable this feature.
• If any liquid is spilled onto your T-1000, disconnect the plug from the outlet
immediately. Before connecting the T-1000 again, have it checked by your
local service representative.
• Interface cables should not be handled unless all connected machines
are turned off. Never attempt to plug or unplug the interface or data
transmission cables during a thunderstorm.
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• Repairs to your T-1000 must be conducted by an authorized FrancotypPostalia representative.
• Use only equipment and supplies approved by Francotyp-Postalia.
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Installing the T-1000 TELESET
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Installing the T-1000 TELESET
1.
Choose a place to keep your meter allowing
enough room for your FP scale and access
to an analog phone line. ‘Analog’ is the same
type of line you would use for a fax machine.
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Connect the power cord to the back of the
meter. The T-1000 must be plugged into a
grounded outlet.
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Connect the phone jack (RJ-11) into the side
of the meter and into a standard analog
outlet. Note: the phone cord only needs to
be attached when resetting postage through
the TELESET Data Center.
4.
If you intend to connect the T-1000 to your
FP scale, please see section 7 of this
manual.
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Turn the key to the I position. Short beep
signals will be heard. Now all segments of
the display will illuminate. The display of the
postage meter will show a dash running
from the right to the left side. This is
concluded with two beeps. Now all
segments of the display will illuminate,
followed by another beep. The current date
is then displayed. After approximately 3
seconds, the meter will beep again.
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If the meter is not used for one minute the
time will be displayed.
meter key
fuse
mains connection
interface port
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Using the T-1000 TELESET
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Using the T-1000 TELESET
4.1
Turning on the T-1000 TELESET
The T-1000 must be plugged into a grounded
outlet.
1. Insert the key into the keylock switch.
2. Turn the key to the I position. Short beep
signals will be heard. Now all segments of
the display will illuminate. The display of the
postage meter will show a dash running from
the right to the left side. This is concluded
with two beeps. Now all segments of the
display will illuminate, followed by another
beep. The current date is then displayed. After
approximately 3 seconds, the meter will beep
again and the last postage amount used will
appear in the display.
If the machine is not used for one minute the
time will be displayed.
4.2
Departmental account
Postage amount
Setting the imprint
All imprint settings are displayed in the
corresponding area of the display.
You may want to run a test envelope without
postage by choosing the ‘0’ account and running
a ‘0.00’ amount.
Meter ad
Date
stamp
Type of
mail
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Incorrect entries will be rejected and the
T-1000 will warn you with a beep signal.
Incorrect entries may be deleted with the ‘C’ key;
ie. the postage amount can be displayed.
4.2.1 Postage amount
Using the T-1000 TELESET
4.2.2 Bulk Mail
Press the oy¡o key as often as necessary
until the desired bulk mail number is displayed.
For example, in the picture bulk mail number
4 is shown.
The number keys on the keyboard are used to
input postage in dollars and cents. As you enter
an amount, the numbers will appear in the
display.
After entering a correct postage amount, confirm
your entry with the green key. The decimal point
will then appear in the display. Now just run your
envelope through from left to right.
If an amount is entered that cannot be printed,
the T-1000 will warn you with a beep. The most
recently used postage amount will then appear
in the display.
If the T-1000 beeps and the message ‘HP’ blinks
in the display, the high postage amount has been
exceeded. You may enter a new amount or
override the warning by pressing the ‘HP’ key.
For information on high postage amount, see
section 8.2.
4.2.3 Changing the meter ad
Depending on what you’ve ordered, you may
choose from up to nine advertisements to
print. Because of the T-1000’s electronic
storage capabilities, printing your
advertisement is easier than ever.
1. On your machine, there is a label that
shows the different advertisements you
have ordered. Select the image you want
to use and find the number next to it.
2. Press the white ‘meter ad’ key to scroll
through the meter ad numbers. The
number you have selected will appear at
the bottom of the display in the
corresponding field.
3. Run your envelope through and the
chosen advertisement will be printed.
Note: You may want to run a test envelope
without postage by choosing the ‘0’ account
and running a ‘0.00’ dollar amount.
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Using the T-1000 TELESET
4.2.4 Choosing a departmental account
There are nine accounts available to keep
track of departmental postage use. These
accounts are accessed by simply pressing the
‘ACCT’ key to scroll through to the appropriate
account number. To use this feature, assign
each department a different number between
1 and 9.
When metering larger pieces (B4, C5) be sure
that the envelope is located parallel to the
letter guide.
Use envelopes with a smooth surface to
guarantee optimum printing quality.
If the envelope is too thick, use a metering
label instead.
CHOOSING AN ACCOUNT
The account number selected will appear at
the bottom of the display in the ‘M’ field.
Press the ‘ACCT’ key to scroll through the
account numbers. For example, press the
‘ACCT’ key once to advance from account
one to account two, press it twice for account
number three, etc. When you are in your
account and you print postage it will be
automatically credited to your department.
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4.4
Turning off the T-1000 TELESET
• Turn the key counter clockwise to the
position.
• Remove the key to protect your T-1000
against unauthorized use.
Metering
Remove all staples and paper clips from the
area around the imprint, otherwise this may
cause damage to the thermal print head.
• Place your envelope on the letter receiving
tray with the address facing upward.
• The letter must be pushed along the letter
guide beneath the thermal printhead until
the machine grabs the envelope. Now just
run your envelope through from left to right.
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Registers
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Registers
The T-1000 has a total of eight registers that
give numeric information about your meter.
You can scroll through all of the registers by
pressing the ‘R’ key. Each selected register
will display its value while the register’s
number appears in the bottom left corner of
the display next to the letter ‘R’.
The information in each register is as follows:
Information displayed
R1
Amount of available postage,
called the descending register
R2
Amount of postage used, called the
ascending register
R3
Total of registers 1 and 2, called
the control total
R4
Total letters metered, excluding
zero imprints
R5
High postage value
(for programming, see section 8.2)
R6
Low postage warning (Limit),
(see section 8.3)
R7
Service programming mode for
use by FP dealer.
R8
Total letters metered, including
zero imprints
After pressing the ‘C’ key the most recently
used postage amount will appear in the
display.
To print out the register information see
section 6.2 PRINTING ACCOUNT
INFORMATION on page 19.
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Departmental account function
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Departmental account function
6.1
Reading account information
You can see how much postage and how many
pieces have been metered for each individual
account.
1. Choose the account you are interested in
by following the directions above ‘choosing
a departmental account’.
2. Press the ‘NR’ key and the display will show
you the total number of pieces metered for
the department chosen.
3. Pressing the ‘SUM’ key will display the total
amount of postage used by the chosen
department.
6.2
Printing account information
The T-1000 is capable of printing your account
and register information.
Only meters marked with the ‘T-1000B2’ are
capable of printing the accounting report. You
will find this designation on the back of the meter
near key switch.
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Departmental account function
1. Turn meter key to OFF position.
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2. Press and hold the blue ‘ACCT’ key while
turning the meter key to the ON position.
1. Choose the account to be cleared by
pressing the ‘ACCT’ key.
Clearing account information
3. Continue to hold the ‘ACCT’ key until the
meter beeps and M0 appears at the
bottom of the display.
4. You may now print the accounting report
by passing any piece of paper through the
machine.
5. To return to ready mode, press the yellow
‘HP’ key.
Account
Pieces
Amount ($)
Meter Number:
123456
M1:
M2:
M3:
0
0
0
0,00
0,00
0,00
Date Printed:
R2: Postage used
$ 0,00
M4:
M5:
M6:
M7:
M8:
M9:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
R3: Total Postage
R4: Total Pieces
R5: High Postage
R6: Limit Postage
R7: Status
R8: Total Prints
$ 99900,00
0
$ 20,00
$ 300,00
00001
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2. To clear the number of pieces metered, hold
the ‘NR’ key and press the ‘C’ key at the
same time, the value for that department then
will be reset to zero.
3. To clear the amount of postage used, hold
the ‘SUM’ key and then press the ‘C’ key
at the same time, the amount for that
department will be reset to zero.
04.01.95 / 00:09
THE ‘0’ ACCOUNT
The grand total for all departments is stored
under the ‘0’ account. With the ‘0’ account you
can check the grand total of all departmental
accounts using the ‘NR’ and ‘SUM’ keys.
If you want to print postage, you must first select
an account numbered 1-9.
The zero account cannot be cleared directly,
but by clearing all other accounts (1-9), the
corresponding figures will be subtracted from
the ‘0’ account.
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Electronic postage scale
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Electronic postage scale
Your T-1000 postage meter can be connected
to an FP scale for automatic postage setting.
When the two machines are connected, you
simply place your mailpiece on the scale and
the postage amount is automatically
transferred to the T-1000. No need to set the
meter, just run your letter through for the
correct postage every time!
7.1
Connecting the T-1000 TELESET to
an FP scale
If you have an FP scale, it was delivered with
an interface cable. This cable connects both
machines through RS-232 serial interface
ports. Always disconnect power to both
machines before attempting to connect or
disconnect the interface cable. Never
manipulate the interface cable when either
machine is on.
7.2
Interface port
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Using the interface feature
To use the scale interface, simply press the
‘Scale’ key on the keyboard. To signal that the
interface feature is functioning, the
symbol will appear in the display. Now, as
soon as a letter is placed on the scale, the
postage information is automatically
transferred to the T-1000. The meter will beep
to notify you that the information was
received. The T-1000 will hold the amount
received until another amount is entered.
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While in this mode, the ‘High Postage’
function is turned off.
To switch off scale function:
• Press the ‘Scale’ key again. The
symbol will disappear from the display.
Basic programming
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Basic programming
8.1
Changing the date and time
The T-1000 automatically sets your date. You
can view the current date at any time by
pressing the ‘Date’ key and the current time
by pressing the ‘Time’ key. The date/clock
module is quartz-controlled and holds all
information even when the meter is off.
TO CHANGE THE DATE MANUALLY
1. Input the new date using the number keys.
Make sure you use two digits for the
month, the day and the year
(for example, 16 September 1999 would
be entered ‘091699’).
2. After entering the date, press the ‘Date’
key. The new date will appear in the
display with the word ‘DATE’ appearing in
the lower right hand corner as part of the
stamp image.
3. If the information is entered incorrectly, the
T-1000 will beep and not accept it.
TO REMOVE THE DATE
For special reasons you may need to print
postage without a date. To do so, simply
follow these steps:
1. Press the ‘Date’ key.
2. Press the ‘C’ key. The most recently used
postage amount will appear in the display.
The word ‘DATE’ will flash in the bottom of
the display.
3. You may now print postage without a date.
To resume printing the date, simply press the
‘Date’ key.
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Basic programming
Changing the time manually:
1. Input the new time using the number keys.
For example, the time 2:05 would be
entered ‘205’. If the entry is made
incorrectly the T-1000 will not accept it.
2. After entering the time, press the ‘Time’
key. The new time will appear in the
display together with the
symbol. The
small vertical line that appears to the left of
the displayed time indicates P.M. When the
bar is not present the displayed time is
A.M.
3. If the displayed time needs to be changed
from A.M. to P.M. or viceversa, reenter the
correct time and hold the ‘Time’ key until
the vertical line appears or disappears.
8.2
4. The new high postage amount is now
programmed and the display returns to the
ready mode.
You can verify the amount set by checking
register 5 (see section 5).
8.3
Low postage warning
The ‘Limit’ indicator in the display is a
reminder that you will need to add new
postage soon. This amount is preset at the
factory for $ 100.00, but can be reprogrammed by your servicing dealer, if
necessary.
Programming ‘High postage’
High postage is a function that warns the
operator if an entered postage amount is
more than a preset limit. This amount is set at
the factory for $ 10.00, but can be easily
reprogrammed in your office. To avoid printing
high postage in error, some offices want the
‘HP’ warning at one dollar, but any amount
can be set.
1. Determine the amount at which operators
should be warned.
2. Input that amount using the number keys
and confirm your entry by pressing the
‘Set’ key.
3. The entered amount will disappear from
the display. Press the yellow ‘HP’ key.
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TELESET postage resetting
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TELESET postage resetting
TELESET is a state-of-the-art remote postage
setting system. With TELESET, you load
postage directly into your postage meter without
leaving the office. After requesting a reset
through the keyboard, the entire procedure runs
automatically via an internal modem. Should you
ever have any questions or difficulties resetting
your meter, call the TELESET Data Center
hotline at (800) 40-RESET.
9.1
Resetting postage
It’s so easy to reset your meter. Before you
start, check how much postage you have
available by checking register one.
(Press the ‘R’ key once and the amount
available will appear in the display.)
When the resetting process is complete, you
can verify the amount reset by once again
checking register one. The new amount
displayed will equal the previous postage
available plus the amount reset.
RESETTING AN EXISTING AMOUNT
1. Make sure the meter is switched on and
connected to the phone outlet.
2. Type in your 8 digit PIN, (‘12345678’ in the
example) as shown on your meter ID card.
Confirm it with the white ‘TELESET’ key.
You are now in the TELESET mode.
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3. The last amount used to reset your meter
will appear in the display ($ 200.00 in the
example).
4. To reset the amount displayed, simply
press the ‘TELESET’ key.
5. The word ‘Reset’ and the amount being
reset will alternately appear in the
display while the process is handled
automatically. The entire process should
take less than one minute. When complete
the T-1000 will return to the ready mode.
Note:
If a problem occurs look at section 9.2.
RESETTING A NEW AMOUNT
1. Make sure the meter is switched on and
connected to the phone outlet.
2. Type in your 8 digit PIN, (‘12345678’ in the
example) as shown on your meter ID card.
Confirm it with the white ‘TELESET’ key.
You are now in the TELESET mode.
TELESET postage resetting
amount in multiples of ten dollars and the
new reset amount will appear in the
display.
4. Confirm the new amount by pressing the
‘TELESET’ key.
5. The word ‘Change’ and the new preset
amount will alternately appear in the
display. The T-1000 automatically
connects to the TELESET system.
When it’s ready to reset, the word ‘Reset’
and the amount being reset will appear
alternately in the display.
6. Within 30 seconds press the white
‘TELESET’ key again to confirm reset of
the new amount. The display will count
down from 30 to remind you. The process
is then handled automatically. When
complete the T-1000 will return to the
ready mode.
Note: If an incorrect entry is made while in the
TELESET mode, you can clear it with the ‘C’
key. To exit the TELESET mode completely,
press the ‘C’ key a second time.
3. The last amount used to reset your meter
will appear in the display ($ 300.00 in the
example). Now you have the option to
reset the meter with a new amount of
postage. To do so, simply enter the new
amount instead of pressing the white
‘TELESET’ key. Be sure to enter the
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9.2
TELESET postage resetting
TELESET self diagnostics
If the T-1000 needs help, it lets you know with
a self-diagnostic code. Some codes are
displayed with a word others are simply two
digit numeric codes prefaced with the letter C
or E. Use this information to fix your meter
fast.
Diagnostic codes that begin with the letter C or
E only occur during the reset process and
usually pertain to the modem connection.
Note: With any C code, the T-1000 will
automatically try to reconnect three times.
Confirm displayed E codes by pressing the ‘C’
key.
Here is a list of codes and possible remedies.
9.3
Security features
For security purposes, United States Postal
Service (USPS) wants your postage meter to
call the TELESET Data Center at regular
intervals. During this contact, the center
electronically looks at the registers and other
items. An internal letter counter allows your
postage meter to determine when the next
contact must be made with the TELESET
Data Center. When it’s time to call, the
message ‘Call-FP 44’ will appear in the
display. If you do not respond to this message
within a reasonable amount of time the
postage meter will discontinue operation until
communication is made.
All you need to do to establish communication
is conduct a normal TELESET postage reset.
If you do not need postage, you may ask for a
reset of zero dollars. If you have any
questions, call (800) 40-RESET.
C 13, C 14, C 18, C 28, C 39 If any of these codes appear the modem has
not completed its call, your T-1000 will
automatically try again.
C 23, E 16, E 26, E 29 These codes mean the modem has not
received a dial tone, check that your phone
line is properly connected.
E 37 and E 43 These codes mean the desired reset amount
is not possible. Repeat the reset procedure
with a new amount.
If any self-diagnostic code appears that is not
listed, call the TELESET Data Center hotline at
(800) 40-RESET for assistance.
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Maintenance, upkeep and service
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Maintenance, upkeep and service
For security reasons, internal cleaning and
maintenance of the meter may only be
performed by an authorized FrancotypPostalia technician. For any service needs,
call your local FP dealer. See section 14 for
contact information.
Have your T-1000 cleaned and serviced by
your servicing dealer on a regular basis. This
will ensure long-term, fault-free operation.
There are some simple cleaning and
maintenance jobs you can carry out yourself:
– cleaning of the outer housing parts
– changing the ribbon cassette.
Turn off the system before carrying out any
cleaning or maintenance work.
10.1 Cleaning
If you choose to clean your postage meter,
make sure no liquid gets inside the housing.
Clean only the outside with a damp cloth.
A little dishwashing liquid will usually do the
best job.
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10.2 Changing the ribbon cassette
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
The T-1000 will display the message
‘Cassette’ when it is time for a new thermal
ribbon. This is the easiest printing supply you
will ever replace. Simply open the cartridge
door by pressing the catch on the front of the
machine. Swing the door completely open
and pull out the old ribbon. To insert the new
ribbon,
If the T-1000 needs help, it lets you know with
a two-digit code and the message ‘Service’.
The tips given on the following pages will
assist you in troubleshooting.
Codes that appear with words are:
The code ‘21’ or ‘23’ with the word
‘Service’ and/or ‘Cassette’ mean a letter is in
the feed path. Press the ‘C’ key and the T-1000
will clear itself.
1. Remove the red protective cover from the
new ribbon and check to make sure the
ribbon is tight.
2. Set the cartridge (ribbon facing down) on
the letter tray and slide into the
compartment until it stops.
The message ‘Cassette’ alone means it’s time
for a new thermal ribbon cassette. Replace
the old one using directions in section 10.2.
3. Close the door and you’re done.
4. The ‘Cassette’ message will disappear
after you print a new envelope.
‘Service’
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If the message ‘Service’ appears by itself, or
with the
‘Service’
or
symbol, call your local FP
dealer.
See section 9.2 for information on the faults
and problems specific to TELESET loading.
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FCC-Requirements
United States Postal Service (USPS) regulations forbid customers from opening
their postage meter. All repairs must be handled by Francotyp-Postalia. The
following problems can be easily handled in your office. Try these solutions
before you call your dealer. If you ever have any questions, call the TELESET
Data Center hotline at (800) 40-RESET.
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FCC-Requirements
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the Federal Communication
Commission (FCC) Rules and Regulations. On the back side of the T-1000
TELESET is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC
Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this
equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone
company.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices which may
connect to the telephone company. Excessive REN’s on the telephone
line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call.
In most, but not all areas, the sum of the REN’s should not exceed five
(5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to the
line, as determined by the total REN’s, contact the telephone company to
determine the maximum REN for the calling area.
If the Model T-1000 TELESET equipment causes harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary
discontinuance of service may be required. If advance notice is not
practical, the telephone company will notify you of the discontinuance as
soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint
with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could affect the operation of your telephone
equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance
notice so that you can modify your equipment as required to maintain
uninterrupted service.
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Operator manual T-1000 TELESET
If you experience trouble with the T-1000 TELESET please contact
POSTALIA, INC.
1980 University Lane
Lisle, IL 60532-2152
Tel. (708) 2 41-90 90
Fax (708) 2 41-90 91
Customer Service (800) 341-60 52
TDC Customer Service (800) 40-RESET
for repair and/or warranty information. If the trouble is causing harm to the
telephone network, the telephone company may request you to disconnect the
equipment until the problem is solved. You should not attempt to repair this
equipment yourself. This equipment contains no customer or user serviceable
parts.
This telephone system may not be used on public coin service provided by the
telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs (Contact
your state public utility commission or corporation commission for information.)
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by FRANCOTYP-POSTALIA
could void your authority to operate this equipment.
Applicant: Francotyp-Postalia GmbH
Signet By: .................................................... Date: Sept. 1994
Quality Assurance Manager
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Technical specifications
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Technical specifications
Dimensions:
10 1/4“ W x 6 3/4“ H x 9 1/2“ D
Weight:
11 lbs 11 oz.
Mains Current:
max. 0.6 A
Power supply:
115 V AC/60 Hz
Thermal ribbon cassette capacity:
up to 1,600 imprints
without meter ad
Interface:
RS-232 port
UL approved
Note: 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.
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Postage meter T-1000 TELESET
Label (meter ads and
types of mail available)
Keyboard
Display
Modem socket
Letter guide
Letter receiving tray
Flap/Ribbon cassette compartment
Catch
Ribbon cassette
Keylock switch with key
Interface port
Power connection
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Service
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Service
Every T-1000 meter is thoroughly checked
before leaving the factory. Should any faults
occur in spite of our extensive quality control,
please contact your local servicing dealer
listed below, or call (800) 341-6052 for a
dealer near you.
FP authorized dealer
Francotyp-Postalia, Inc.
1980 University Lane
Lisle, IL 60532-2152
Customer Service (800) 341-6052
TDC Customer Service (800) 40-RESET
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3000/08.99/ivh helbig Berlin
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