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Chapter
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Chapter
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Copy Function
LP-1030-MF
Before Use
W i d e Fo r mat Pr inter
Te r i o s t a r LP-10 3 0 S e r i e s
Chapter
Submission
Function
User's Manual for Multifunction Printer Operation
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Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
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Scan Function
Chapter
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Troubleshooting
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January, 2011
July, 2011
July, 2013
April, 2015
© Seiko I Infotech Inc., 2015
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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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Preface
Your Printer is a Teriostar LP-1030 Series wide format Printer (Referred to
as the Printer in this manual), and this manual describes how to operate
the Printer's copy, submission, and scan functions.
For details about the print function, paper setting, consumable
replacement, and paper jam clearance, see the separate User's Manual
for Basic Printer Operation.
To handle the Printer safely and correctly, be sure to read the Safety
Precautions carefully before use.
Keep this manual in a place where you can easily read it when required.
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Safety Precautions
In this manual, the following symbols are used to alert the user to information that
will prevent damage to the Printer, and ensure its safe and correct use.
These symbols are explained below. Make sure that you thoroughly understand
the information. Always follow the instructions marked by these symbols.
„„ Symbol Examples
Warning
Caution
If this information is ignored and the Printer is
handled incorrectly, it may result in serious injury or
death.
If this information is ignored and the Printer is
handled incorrectly, it may result in injury or machine
damage.
UU This symbol indicates that caution is required (includes dangers and
warnings).
The example on the left indicates a safety Warning or Precaution.
This symbol indicates a prohibited action.
The example on the left means Do not disassemble.
This symbol indicates required actions or instructions.
The example on the left means Disconnect the power plug from
the outlet.
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Warning
Be very careful not to touch the fuser unit labeled HIGH TEMPERATURE inside
the Printer.
Burn injuries may result.
Do not disassemble or modify the Printer.
An accident or malfunction may result.
Do not heat a toner cartridge or a waste toner bottle containing waste toner, nor
place it into a flame.
It may burst or ignite, resulting in an accident or fire.
Never use the Printer in a location exposed to abnormally high humidity or
moisture.
A fire, electric shock, or malfunction may result.
Do not drop metal pieces such as staples, or spill water, or other liquids inside
the Printer or through gaps.
A fire, electric shock, or malfunction may result.
Do not connect or disconnect the power cord or other parts with wet hands. An
electric shock may result.
In the following situations, turn off the power, and disconnect the power plug
from the outlet. If you continue using the Printer in an abnormal condition, an
accident or fire may result.
‘‘ When cleaning
‘‘ When an abnormal odor, noise, or smoke is emitted
‘‘ When foreign matter such as metal pieces or water get inside the Printer
or through gaps
‘‘ When a problem that must be repaired by the service representative
occurs
Connect the power plug separately to a power socket with a rated voltage
of 120V and a rated current of 12A or more, or to a power socket with a rated
voltage of 230V and a rated current of 8A or more. To prevent a fire or electric
shock, avoid the sharing of power with other equipment.
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Be sure to remove the dust on the power plug and the socket. Do not use a
dusty plug as a current leak due to humidity on its surface may heat the plug
and result in fire.
Do not fix, twist, bind, modify, stretch, or bend excessively the power cord. Do
not put heavy object on it. A damaged power cord may heat and result in fire or
electrical shock.
If the power cord is cut or if the wires are exposed, ask a service representative
for replacement.
Using a damaged power cord may result in fire or electrical shock.
Caution
Do not disassemble or modify the toner cartridge.
The toner on your skin will have a negative effect.
If ink stains your skin or clothing, wash with soap and water immediately.
To prevent a toner leakage, do not drop the toner cartridge nor expose it to strong
impacts.
If toner gets into your eyes, do not rub your eyes, and wash the toner out. Visit a
doctor immediately.
As the roll paper is heavy, handle it carefully to make sure that you do not drop it.
Dropping the roll paper on your feet may result in injury.
When installing the roll paper, use the cutter to cut the end of the paper. At this
time, be careful not to injure yourself on the cutter.
Install the Printer close to a power outlet. Make sure the outlet is easy to reach in
case the power plug needs to be disconnected in an emergency.
When connecting and disconnecting the power cord, hold it by the plug or
connector.
To prevent a fire, electric shock, or malfunction, avoid pulling the cord.
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If you use a power strip, change it for a new one at least once a year.
Do not use an extension cable or an adapter plug.
Once a month, turn the power switch off and inspect the followings. Contact your
service representative if you detect any problem.
‘‘ The plastic insulator at the base of the plug's pins does not suffer from heat
deformation.
‘‘ The plug's pins are not bent or covered by rust.
‘‘ There is no dust between the plug's pins.
‘‘ The power cord is not frayed and the energized wires are not exposed.
‘‘ The plug is firmly plugged into the socket.
‘‘ There is no dust on the plug or the socket.
Before moving the Printer from its current installation location to another location,
contact your service representative.
In addition to the items above, observe the warnings and precautions in each
section of the manual.
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Reading the Manual
‹‹ Notations
„„ Indicators
Warning
‹‹ Describes information equivalent to a Warning in a safety precaution.
Caution
‹‹ Describes information equivalent to a Caution in a safety precaution.
Note
‹‹ Describes the information to be noted on handling the Printer.
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TIP The Tip indicator.
Indicates useful information, supplementary operation, or other information.
(& page)The Reference indicator.
The reference section or page is shown after this indicator.
LP-1030-MF User's Manual for Multifunction Printer Operation
Table of Contents
Preface
1
Chapter
Before Use
TT Copy Restrictions..........................................................................................14
TT About the Multiple Functions....................................................................15
Print Function......................................................................................................................... 15
Copy Function........................................................................................................................ 15
Submission Function.......................................................................................................... 15
Scan Function......................................................................................................................... 15
TT Main Functions.............................................................................................16
TT About Originals............................................................................................19
Scannable Original Conditions..................................................................................... 19
Unscannable Originals....................................................................................................... 19
Using Carrier Sheets with Originals...........................................................................20
Guaranteed Image Scan Range................................................................................... 21
TT Loading the Original....................................................................................22
Loading the Original...........................................................................................................22
Canceling Original Scanning......................................................................................... 24
TT Regular Cleaning..........................................................................................26
Cleaning the Shading Guide and Scanner Glass...............................................26
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2
Chapter
Copy Functions
TT Copy Operation Flow...................................................................................28
TT Copy Function Overview............................................................................30
TT Selecting the Original Type........................................................................31
TT Adjusting the Density..................................................................................32
TT Selecting the Paper Position......................................................................33
TT Selecting the Original Size.........................................................................34
TT Selecting the Original Size Standard........................................................38
TT Selecting the Original Output Direction.................................................39
TT Partial Copying............................................................................................ 40
TT Adjusting the Background.........................................................................42
TT Adjusting the Original's Contrast..............................................................43
TT Adjusting the Original's Sharpness......................................................... 44
TT Performing White on Black Reverse.........................................................45
TT Setting the Scale.......................................................................................... 46
TT Adding Blank Space.....................................................................................47
TT Selecting the Paper Type........................................................................... 48
TT Centering scan image..................................................................................49
TT Erasing the Frame........................................................................................50
TT Selecting the Paper Output Slot...............................................................51
TT Performing Mirror Reverse.........................................................................52
TT Entering the Number of Copies.................................................................53
TT Performing a Moderate Scan.....................................................................54
TT Copying an Original with Text & Lines.....................................................55
TT Copying a Blueprint Original.....................................................................56
TT Sorting............................................................................................................57
TT Sorting Flow..................................................................................................58
TT Test Printing Sorted Originals....................................................................61
TT Additionally Copying the Sorted and Printed Originals.......................62
TT Initializing the Setting.................................................................................63
TT Handling copy jobs..................................................................................... 64
TT Additionally copying the Copied Originals.............................................65
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Chapter
Submission Functions
TT Submission Functions Outline...................................................................68
TT Preparing the network and host computer............................................70
Checking the Printer's Network Connection.......................................................70
Creating a Shared Folder..................................................................................................70
Preparing a printer to receive submissions ......................................................... 71
TT Submission Operation Flow.......................................................................72
Submitting images (SMB connection).....................................................................72
Submitting images (FTP connection)...................................................................... 75
Storing image data in the submission job box..................................................78
Submitting thumbnails.....................................................................................................80
Submitting to a printer.....................................................................................................82
TT Submission Function Overview................................................................ 84
TT Selecting Scan Color Mode........................................................................85
TT Selecting Original Type...............................................................................86
TT Selecting Scan Resolution..........................................................................87
TT Selecting the File Format for Images to be Scanned............................88
TT Configuring the Filename for Images to be Scanned...........................90
TT Submission and Copy in One Operation.................................................92
TT Print Copies...................................................................................................93
TT Print Quality..................................................................................................94
TT Handling Image Submission Jobs.............................................................95
TT Handling Printer Submission Jobs............................................................96
TT Reprinting through Printer Submission..................................................97
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4
Chapter
Preset Functions
TT Presets Overview....................................................................................... 100
TT Creating a preset in the Memory............................................................101
TT Calling a Preset from the Memory..........................................................102
TT Saving Settings as Default Settings........................................................103
TT Changing a Preset Name......................................................................... 104
TT Creating a Preset in the Memory for a Submission Destination...... 105
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Chapter
Scan Functions
TT Scan Functions Outline............................................................................ 108
TT Preparing the network and host computer......................................... 109
Checking the Printer's Network Connection.................................................... 109
Installing the Exclusive Application (TerioStation)......................................... 109
Configuring the Exclusive Application (TerioStation).................................. 109
TT Checking Operating Status with Message............................................110
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Chapter
Troubleshooting
TT Unclear Copying or Scanning..................................................................115
TT Cannot Copy or Scan as Expected..........................................................118
TT Improper Submission................................................................................122
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Chapter
1
1
Before Use
Chapter
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Before Use
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter 1 describes the information required for operating the Printer. Be sure to
understand the basic information described in this chapter before moving to the
next chapters.
Chapter
4
Chapter
5
Scan Function
TT Copy Restrictions....................................................................................14
TT About the Multiple Functions...............................................................15
TT Main Functions........................................................................................16
TT About Originals.......................................................................................19
TT Loading the Original..............................................................................22
TT Regular Cleaning.....................................................................................26
Preset Functions
Chapter Contents
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Copy Restrictions
Chapter
1
Before Use
Depending on the subject matter, copying may be restricted or prohibited by law.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
<Items restricted by law>
- Government-issued banknotes, coins, securities, government bonds, local
government bonds (including items marked as samples)
- Banknotes, coins, or securities in circulation in other countries
- Unused postage stamps or postcards without government copying
permission from the government
- Government-issued payment stamps, or securities restricted by law
- Other items prohibited by related laws
<Items treated with discretion>
- Privately-issued securities (such as stocks, bills, checks), commuter tickets.
Other than the minimum copying required for companies to use in their
operations, the government advises caution.
- Also, it is better to think items such as government-issued passports, licenses
issued by public or private bodies, permits, ID cards, traffic tickets, and food
tickets should not be copied.
Scan Function
<Copyrighted items>
- The copying of copyrighted items such as novels, music, paintings, prints,
maps, drawings, movies, and photographs is prohibited except for personal
or household use, or within a scope based on such use.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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About the Multiple Functions
Chapter
1
Before Use
The Printer is equipped with print, copy, submission, and scan functions. Select a
function by pressing the corresponding button.
Chapter
2
‹‹ Print Function
Copy Function
Prints after receiving data created on a workstation, or personal computer (referred
to as computer in this manual).
For more details, see the separate User's Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
‹‹ Copy Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Copies in accordance with the type and image quality of the original.
For more details, see Chapter 2.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
‹‹ Submission Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Submits image data scanned with the Printer to the computer's shared folder.
For more details, see Chapter 3.
‹‹ Scan Function
Sends image data scanned with the Printer to the computer connected to the
network using the exclusive application.
For more details, see Chapter 5.
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Main Functions
Chapter
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Copy Function
Chapter
3
Text & Lines
2
Text/Photo
3
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About Originals
Chapter
1
‹‹ Scannable Original Conditions
Chapter
2
Copy Function
914.4 mm (36 inches)
182 mm (7.17 inches)
10000 mm (393.70 inches)
210 mm (8.27 inches)
0.05 (0.002 inches) to 0.2 mm (0.008 inches)
Non-transparent or semi-transparent originals
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Maximum width:
Minimum width:
Maximum length:
Minimum length:
Thickness:
Type:
Other conditions:
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
- Originals with no folds, wrinkles, tears, or holes
- When the original is rolled, the diameter must be at least 40 mm
(1.57 inches)
- When the original is rolled, extend it to make the curl width
80 mm (3.14 inches) more, and the height 10 mm (0.39 inches)
or less as follows.
Chapter
5
10 mm (0.39 inches)
or less
Scan Function
Original
Before Use
This section describes the original sizes and thicknesses available with the Printer. It
also describes the scannable range.
80 mm (3.14 inches)
or more
Chapter
‹‹ Unscannable Originals
6
Troubleshooting
The following originals may cause paper jams, or they may be damaged.
- Originals non included in those described in Scannable Original Conditions
(& page 19 )
- Originals with staples or clips
- Originals with tears, fissures, or holes
- Originals with wrinkles, rips, or other defects
- Originals with curls or waves
- Originals with folds
- Originals with 2 or more sheets affixed or overlapped together
- Originals with processed surfaces. For example, thermal paper, art paper, foil,
carbon paper, or conductive paper
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Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
- Originals with protruding parts such as an index or label
- Originals that are thin and soft
- Originals that are bound (such as books)
- Originals that are wet or sticky
- Originals with partial thickness differences
- Originals stuck with adhesive tape or glue
- Originals with a thick plate attached to the end
- Originals with undried ink or correction fluid
- Originals with rear carbon attached
- Originals other than paper (such as electronic substrates, glass products, or
metal products)
Submission
Function
‹‹ Using Carrier Sheets with Originals
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Note
‹‹ Be sure to use a carrier sheet to protect important or glossy originals.
* Without the carrier sheet, the original may be damaged by a jam or similar
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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problem.
The tracks from the advance roller may mark the original.
Use a carrier sheet for the following original types.
- Originals with 2 or more sheets affixed or overlapped together
- Originals with folds
- Originals with wrinkles, rips, or other defects
- Originals with curls or waves
- Originals with tears, fissures, or holes
- Originals with a trace of paper clip
- Originals with staples
- Originals stuck with adhesive tape or glue
- Originals not straight on the front end
- Originals such as photographs that stick easily to glass
- Originals such as pencil drawings that may make the scanner glass or other
parts dirty
Also, to scan a non-standard size as a standard size, use a carrier sheet.
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1
‹‹ Guaranteed Image Scan Range
Before Use
The Printer scans all the original except for 5 mm (0.20 inches) to the front and rear,
and 3 mm (0.12 inches) on both sides.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Max: Up to 914.4 mm
(36 inches)
Chapter
5 mm (0.20 inches)
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
3 mm
(0.12 inches)
3 mm
(0.12 inches)
Max: Up to 1219.2 mm
(48 inches)
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Paper feed
direction
Chapter
6
5 mm (0.20 inches)
Troubleshooting
Guaranteed image scan range
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Loading the Original
Chapter
1
Before Use
This section describes how to load the original.
Chapter
2
‹‹ Loading the Original
Copy Function
1
Adjust the position of the original
width guide.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Slide the right and left original width guides
so that they are aligned with the size line
appropriate for the original size.
Chapter
4
TIP
‘‘ Alignment area differs depending on the size standard as follows.
Preset Functions
Align the right original width guide for A series originals
Slide the guide so that the desired A
series size is shown in this window.
For the left original width guide:
Slide the guide so that the desired A
series size is shown in this window.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Align the right original width guide for originals with
size standards in mm
For the right original width guide:
Align the center bar's left edge with
the size line.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
For the left original width guide:
Align the center bar's right edge with
the size line.
Center bar
Align the right original width guide for originals with size standards in inch,
and with 610 mm (24.02 inches) and 914 mm (35.98 inches)
For the right original width guide:
Align the center bar's left edge with
the size line.
For the left original width guide:
Align the center bar's right edge with
the size line.
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Load the original.
Position the original facing down. Set it in the
Printer aligned with the original width guide.
The inserted original is automatically pulled
into the Printer, and set.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
TIP
Before Use
2
‘‘ Position the original touching the front roller, and keep it slack. This
Note
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
ensures the original is inserted straight.
‘‘ When scanning a long original, roll the original in your hands, and then
set it. This makes it easier to scan the original straight.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
‹‹ The Printer can output the original either to the front or the rear. When
outputting from the front, to prevent the original from being damaged,
keep the original width guide out of the way at both ends.
‹‹ In this Printer, the original is set in the center. Even when the original is not
a standard size, set it in the middle.
Chapter
5
‹‹ When the Printer is set to output the original from the front, set the original
Scan Function
by aligning it with a size line.
‹‹ When using a carrier sheet, do not set the Printer to output the original
from the front. The carrier may catch, resulting in damage to the original.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Chapter
1
‹‹ Canceling Original Scanning
Before Use
To cancel the scanning of the original partway, for example, if the original is fed at
an angle, or is ripped, perform the steps below.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
1
Press STOP FEED.
2
Open the scanner cover.
When STOP FEED on the operation panel is
pressed, the scanning stops partway.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
3
Stopper
Lock the stopper by sliding it to the
right side.
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Remove the original.
Open the scanner cover, and remove the
original.
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Release the stopper by sliding it to
the left side.
Before Use
5
Slide the stopper to the left.
Chapter
2
Close the scanner cover.
Copy Function
6
Chapter
3
Then the Printer becomes ready.
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Regular Cleaning
Chapter
1
Before Use
Dirt from originals and other foreign matter may adhere to the original scanning
area. Clean this area regularly.
Chapter
2
Note
‹‹ Never use volatile solvents such as thinner, benzene, or alcohol.
Copy Function
‹‹ Cleaning the Shading Guide and Scanner Glass
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Set the stopper before cleaning the original scanning area.
Wipe the shading guide and scanner glass with a dry cloth.
If they are significantly dirty, soak a soft cloth in water or a neutral detergent
diluted with water, wring the cloth thoroughly, and then wipe them.
Preset Functions
Stopper
Chapter
5
Scanner glass
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Shading guide
Chapter
2
Chapter
1
This chapter describes the copy functions of the Printer.
Before Use
Copy Functions
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter Contents
3
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Submission
Function
TT Copy Operation Flow..............................................................................28
TT Copy Function Overview.......................................................................30
TT Selecting the Original Type...................................................................31
TT Adjusting the Density............................................................................32
TT Selecting the Paper Position.................................................................33
TT Selecting the Original Size....................................................................34
TT Selecting the Original Size Standard..................................................38
TT Selecting the Original Output Direction............................................39
TT Partial Copying........................................................................................40
TT Adjusting the Background....................................................................42
TT Adjusting the Original's Contrast.........................................................43
TT Adjusting the Original's Sharpness.................................................... 44
TT Performing White on Black Reverse....................................................45
TT Setting the Scale.....................................................................................46
TT Adding Blank Space................................................................................47
TT Selecting the Paper Type.......................................................................48
TT Centering scan image.............................................................................49
TT Erasing the Frame...................................................................................50
TT Selecting the Paper Output Slot..........................................................51
TT Performing Mirror Reverse....................................................................52
TT Entering the Number of Copies............................................................53
TT Performing a Moderate Scan................................................................54
TT Copying an Original with Text & Lines................................................55
TT Copying a Blueprint Original................................................................56
TT Sorting.......................................................................................................57
TT Sorting Flow.............................................................................................58
TT Test Printing Sorted Originals..............................................................61
TT Additionally Copying the Sorted and Printed Originals.................62
TT Initializing the Setting............................................................................63
TT Handling copy jobs.................................................................................64
TT Additionally copying the Copied Originals........................................65
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Copy Operation Flow
Chapter
1
Before Use
This section describes the basic operation flow for copying an original.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press COPY
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
When authentication is necessary, enter a username and
password, or PIN code.
For more details, see Chapter 4 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Copy's top screen
Select the Original Type
Select the Roll Position
Select the image quality type of
the original. (& page 31 )
From the paper types installed
in the Printer, select the paper
type for copying.
(& page 33 )
With the default setting AUTO,
the Printer automatically
selects the paper to be
printed on.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Adjust the Density
Adjust the copy density.
(& page 32 )
Press Original
Chapter
6
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Original Settings screen
Select the Original Size
Select the size of the original.
(& page 34 )
With the default setting AUTO,
the Printer automatically
selects the paper size.
Press Scale
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Scaling screen
Before Use
Setting the Scale
Set to enlarge or reduce the
original's size. (& page 46 )
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press Image
Chapter
3
Image Quality screen
Submission
Function
Adjust the Background
Adjust the background color
for originals with an uneven
density. (& page 42 )
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Press Back
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Enter the Number of
Copies
Enter the desired number of
copies.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Load the original
Load the original into the Printer. (& page 22 )
Press START
When Start Scanning is set to Original Setting in the
System menu, copying and submission start automatically
even if START is not pressed.
For more details, see Chapter 3 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
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Copy Function Overview
Chapter
1
Before Use
The copy functions available with the Printer are as follows. The detailed setting
procedures are described from the next page.
Function
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Original Type
Select an image quality type appropriate for the original.
Copy Density
Adjust the copy density.
Paper Position
From the paper types installed in the Printer, select the paper
type for copying.
Original Size
Specify the size of the original.
Original Size Standard
Select the original size standard.
Original Output
Direction
Set the output direction for the original.
Partial Copy
Copy an original partially.
Background
Compensation
Delete background colors.
Contrast
Adjust the contrast of the original.
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the original's contours.
White on Black Reverse
Copy an original with its white and black reversed.
Scale
Scale the size of the original.
Blank Space
Set blank space to the front and rear of the original.
Paper Type
From the paper types installed in the Printer, select the paper
type for copying.
Centering
Copy the image at the center of the paper width.
This function is effective at Synchro Scan with the roll paper
position specified.
Erase Frame
Erase the area around the original before copying.
Output Slot Selection
Select the output slot for the paper.
Mirror Reverse
Perform mirror reverse for the original before copying.
Number of Copies
Set the number of copies.
Moderate Scan
Feed the original moderately on scanning to prevent the original
from being damaged.
Original with text &
lines
Adjust the image quality appropriate for the originals with text
and lines.
Blueprint Original
Set the image quality appropriate for the blueprint original.
Sort
Sort multiple originals before copying.
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Selecting the Original Type
Chapter
1
Before Use
Select an image quality type appropriate for the original. This setting improves the
image quality of the printout.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
„„ Text & Lines
Select for originals with mixed text and line art.
Chapter
4
„„ Text/Photo
Preset Functions
Select for originals with mixed text and photos.
„„ Photo
Select for general photos.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
„„ Blueprint
Select for blueprint originals.
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2
3
Text/Photo
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Place Name (Japanese)
Hawaii (USA, State of Hawaii)
Place Name (English)
State of Hawaii
Capital
Honolulu (State Capital)
Area
16634 square kilometers
Population
K
Time Zone
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1211537 (2000)
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‘‘ For a blueprint original,
- Select Blueprint here; and
- Adjust the image quality parameters, as described in Copying a
Blueprint Original (& page 56 ).
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Adjusting the Density
Chapter
1
Before Use
Adjust the density when copying an original. Select the desired density, to suit the
density of the original.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Density can be adjusted in seven levels.
Original
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Selecting the Paper Position
Chapter
1
Before Use
From the paper types installed in the Printer, select the paper type for copying.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Roll 1
Roll 2
Chapter
5
Scan Function
When Auto is selected, The Printer automatically selects the printing paper suitable
for the original.
Chapter
6
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Selecting the Original Size
Chapter
1
Before Use
Select the size of the original.
The following four settings are available for the original size.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
„„ Auto
With Auto selected, the Printer identifies the original to be:
- A standard portrait or landscape size; or
- A non-standard size.
Note: In the submission mode, Auto cannot be selected.
„„ Portrait
Select for standard size originals and vertically oriented.
Scan Function
„„ Landscape
Select for standard size originals and horizontally oriented.
Chapter
6
„„ Synchro Scan
Troubleshooting
Select for non-standard size originals. When Syncro Scan is selected, the paper is
cut to the same length as the original, which is called as synchro cut.
Note
‹‹ When the original size is set to Auto, the Adding Blank Spase (& page 47 ),
and Erasing the Frame (& page 50 ) settings are disabled.
‹‹ When Selecting the Original Size Standard (& page 38 ) is set to User
Defined, all settings are handled as Synchro Scan, even when Portrait or
Landscape is set to On.
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Chapter
1
Original
Longer Side
Shorter Side
Load Direction
A0
1189 mm (46.81 inches)
841 mm ( 33.11 inches)
Landscape
594.5 mm (23.41 inches)
A2
594.5 mm (23.41 inches)
420.5 mm (16.56 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
A3
420.5 mm (16.56 inches)
297.3 mm (11.70 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
A4
297.3 mm (11.70 inches)
210.3 mm (8.28 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
A Series Width Originals
Paper Width
A0 width
841 mm (33.11 inches)
A1 width
594.5 mm (23.41 inches)
A2 width
420.5 mm (16.56 inches)
A3 width
297.3 mm (11.70 inches)
A4 width
210.3 mm (8.28 inches)
Minimum Original
Length
Maximum Original
Length
210 mm (8.27 inches)
10000 mm
(393.70 inches)
Chapter
3
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Original
2
Submission
Function
841 mm (33.11 inches)
Chapter
Copy Function
A1
Landscape or
portrait
Before Use
The paper sizes available for the Printer are as follows.
A Series Standard Size Originals
Chapter
5
Scan Function
ARCH Series Standard Size Originals
Longer Side
Shorter Side
Load Direction
E
1219.2 mm (48 inches)
914.4 mm (36 inches)
Landscape
D
914.4 mm (36 inches)
609.6 mm (24 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
C
609.6 mm (24 inches)
457.2 mm (18 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
B
457.2 mm (18 inches)
304.8 mm (12 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
A
304.8 mm (12 inches)
228.6 mm (9 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
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Chapter
1
ARCH Series Width Originals
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Original
Paper Width
E width
914.4 mm (36 inches)
D width
609.6 mm (24 inches)
C width
457.2 mm (18 inches)
B width
304.8 mm (12 inches)
A width
228.6 mm (9 inches)
Minimum Original
Length
Maximum Original
Length
210 mm (8.27 inches)
10000 mm
(393.70 inches)
Chapter
3
ANSI Series Standard Size Originals
Submission
Function
Original
Longer Side
Shorter Side
Load Direction
E
1117.6 mm (44 inches)
863.6 mm (34 inches)
Landscape
D
863.6 mm (34 inches)
558.8 mm (22 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
C
558.8 mm (22 inches)
431.8 mm (17 inches)
B
431.8 mm (17 inches)
279.4 mm (11 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
A
279.4 mm (11 inches)
215.9 mm (8.5 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Landscape or
portrait
Scan Function
ANSI Series Width Originals
Chapter
6
Original
Paper Width
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E width
863.6 mm (34 inches)
D width
558.8 mm (22 inches)
C width
431.8 mm (17 inches)
B width
279.4 mm (11 inches)
A width
215.9 mm (8.5 inches)
Minimum Original
Length
Maximum Original
Length
210 mm (8.27 inches)
10000 mm
(393.70 inches)
30×42 Series Standard Size Originals
Original
Longer Side
Shorter Side
30×42
1066.8 mm (42 inches)
762.0 mm (30 inches)
Landscape
381.0 mm (15 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
15×21
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Load Direction
Chapter
1
30×42 Series Width Originals
Minimum Original
Length
Maximum Original
Length
30"
762.0 mm (30 inches)
210 mm (8.27 inches)
10000 mm
(393.70 inches)
21"
533.4 mm (21 inches)
210 mm (8.27 inches)
10000 mm
(393.70 inches)
15"
381.0 mm (15 inches)
210 mm (8.27 inches)
10000 mm
(393.70 inches)
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Paper Width
Before Use
Original
Chapter
3
MAP Series Standard Size Originals
Longer Side
Shorter Side
B1
1000.0 mm (39.37 inches)
700.0 mm (27.56 inches)
Landscape
500.0 mm (39.37 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
B2
700.0 mm (27.56 inches)
Load Direction
Submission
Function
Original
Chapter
4
Original
Paper Width
B1 width
700.0 mm (27.56 inches)
B2 width
500.0 mm (39.37 inches)
Minimum Original
Length
Maximum Original
Length
210 mm (8.27 inches)
10000 mm
(393.70 inches)
Preset Functions
MAP Series Width Originals
Chapter
5
Scan Function
DIN Series Standard Size Originals
Original
Longer Side
Shorter Side
Load Direction
B1
1000.0 mm (39.37 inches)
707.0 mm (27.83 inches)
Landscape
707.0 mm (27.83 inches)
500.0 mm (39.37 inches)
B3
500.0 mm (39.37 inches)
353.0 mm (13.90 inches)
Landscape or
portrait
Chapter
6
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B2
Landscape or
portrait
DIN Series Width Originals
Original
Paper Width
B1 width
707.0 mm (27.83 inches)
B2 width
500.0 mm (39.37 inches)
B3 width
353.0 mm (13.90 inches)
Minimum Original
Length
Maximum Original
Length
210 mm (8.27 inches)
10000 mm
(393.70 inches)
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Selecting the Original Size Standard
Chapter
1
Before Use
Select the size standard applied to the original.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Note
‹‹ This menu shows only size standards with Available Size Standards set to
On in the System menu. (For more details, see the separate User's Manual
for Basic Printer Operation.)
Chapter
4
‹‹ Make sure this setting matches the original to be loaded.
Preset Functions
‹‹ To load a user defined series original, specify the size at User Defined Size
in the System menu. (For more details, see the separate User's Manual for
Basic Printer Operation.)
Chapter
5
‹‹ With Original Size Setting set to Auto, the Printer automatically identifies
the originals of several size standards.
Scan Function
However, the scan operation time is slightly longer, as the Printer prescans
the edge of the original to identify its width.
Chapter
6
When you intend to print on the paper of only one size standard, you
are recommended to set Original Size Setting to that size standard. For
example, when you print only on A series paper, you are recommended
Troubleshooting
to set Original Size Setting to A Series, so that the scan operation time is
reduced.
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Selecting the Original Output Direction
Chapter
1
Before Use
In this Printer, either front or rear output is available for the original. Select on this
screen the output direction for the original.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Note
‹‹ Output from the front is limited to originals up to 1219.2 mm (48 inches) in
length.
Chapter
4
‹‹ The Printer can output the original either to the front or the rear. When
Preset Functions
outputting from the front, to prevent the original from being damaged,
keep the original width guide out of the way at both ends.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Partial Copying
Chapter
1
Before Use
With this function, the Printer copies an original partially.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
1
2
3
4
A
A
Submission
Function
B
B
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Distance from original's front end
Partial copy start position
D
E
C
Partial copy
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E
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Preset Functions
Paper feed
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‘‘ You may need many test copies to check the optimal density and
image quality for an original. In such cases, this function is useful for
copying only a part of the original and checking the results. The larger
the original, the more useful is this function.
‘‘ To simplify the test copy operation, you are recommended to decide a
setting range for the test copy and register it in the memory. Then you
can check the test copy only by loading the memory. (& page 100 )
Troubleshooting
Note
‹‹ When this function is selected,
- The original size setting is disabled. The Printer scans the original,
synchronizing with the original size.
- The frame erase setting is disabled.
- The Printer outputs the original normally from the printer front side.
Note that the Printer outputs the original from the rear side only when
the distance specified below exceeds 1219.2mm (48 inches).
From: Original's front end
To: Partial copy's rear end
‹‹ When the partial copy length is set to 0, the partial copy function is disabled,
and the Printer issues a normal copy print.
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Chapter
1
‹‹ The Printer does not copy with the value specified as follows.
From: Original's front end
To: Partial copy start position
- The distance specified below is longer than the maximum scannable
Before Use
- The distance specified below is longer than the original length.
Chapter
2
original length.
From: Original's front end
To: Partial copy's rear end
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Adjusting the Background
Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
With this function, before copying an original with the defect below, its background
color is removed.
- High background density;
- Light smears; or
- Folds casting strong shadows
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
4
Preset Functions
Background compensation is adjusted in 13 levels. The higher the number, the
greater the deleted background color. The lower the number, the greater the
remaining background color.
Original with Background Color
1
Chapter
5
2
3
Original with Light Dirt
1
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‹‹ Note that the background setting changes if the original type is reselected
after adjusting the background compensation (& page 31 ).
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Adjusting the Original's Contrast
Chapter
1
Before Use
The brightness of the original can be adjusted.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
1
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Adjusting the Original's Sharpness
Chapter
1
Before Use
The contours of the original can be sharpened or softened.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Note
‹‹ Note that the original's sharpness setting changes if the original type is
reselected after adjusting the original sharpness (& page 31 ).
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Performing White on Black Reverse
Chapter
1
Before Use
The white and black of the original can be reversed before copying.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
1
2
3
4
Submission
Function
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Setting the Scale
Chapter
1
Before Use
The original's size can be scaled before copying.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
„„ Fixed
Enables the easy selection of a ratio that scales to a size in the same standard as the
original.
Examples: A1gA0 (141%), A0gA1 (70%)
Preset Functions
„„ Proportional
Scales while keeping the same ratio between the vertical and horizontal
dimensions of the original.
Chapter
5
„„ Custom
Scan Function
Scales with separate ratios for the vertical and horizontal dimensions of the original.
Original
1
2
3
4
A
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B
B
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Adding Blank Space
Chapter
1
Before Use
Blank space can be added to the front and rear (front end and rear end) of the
original before copying.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Note
‹‹ This setting is enabled only when the original size is set to Synchro Scan (&
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Selecting the Paper Type
Chapter
1
Before Use
From the types of the paper installed in the Printer, select your intended paper
type for copying.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Centering scan image
Chapter
1
Before Use
The scan image can be printed at the center of the paper width.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Note
‹‹ Centering is effective on the conditions below:
- Roll Position setting is not Auto.
- Original Size is set to Synchro Scan.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Erasing the Frame
Chapter
1
Before Use
The area around the original can be erased before copying, so that the original's
frame is erased.
Note that this function is available only for standard size originals.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
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Selecting the Paper Output Slot
Chapter
1
Before Use
Select the output slot for the paper.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
„„ Output Tray On
Outputs to the tray when the print size is A3 or less. Other sizes are output to the
paper outlet slot.
Chapter
4
„„ Output Tray Off
Preset Functions
By setting Output Tray to Off, the Printer outputs all sizes to the paper outlet slot.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Performing Mirror Reverse
Chapter
1
Before Use
Mirror reverse can be performed for the original before copying.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
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Entering the Number of Copies
Chapter
1
Before Use
Enter the number of copies.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Note
‹‹ To enable the entry of the number of copies, configure the settings, and
then press the Back button to return to the Copy top screen.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
‹‹ Up to 999 copies are available for one operation. If a higher number is
entered, the setting is invalid.
Chapter
5
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Chapter
6
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Performing a Moderate Scan
Chapter
1
Before Use
When Moderate Scan is set to On, the Printer feeds the original moderately to
prevent the original from being damaged.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Note
‹‹ Even with Moderate Scan set to On, the Printer may not be able to feed the
original moderately depending on the settings of the copy scale ratio and
submission resolution.
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Copying an Original with Text & Lines
Chapter
1
Before Use
Check the following settings to make a clear copy of an original with text and lines.
„„ Automatic binary threshold
Chapter
2
Copy Function
This parameter activates or deactivates the binarization threshold automatic
setting.
Choices:Off
On (default)
Normally, keep this parameter to On.
If the copy output is unclear with the parameter to On, set it to Off and enter a
threshold value.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
„„ Binary threshold
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Set the threshold value for binarization.
Enter a numeric value between 0 and 255 (default: 120).
The higher the value, the higher the image density.
The lower the value, the lower the image density.
When the automatic binar y threshold is set to On, the Printer generates
automatically a threshold value, which is displayed as a reference. Use this reference
to choose a value when you enter the threshold manually.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Copying a Blueprint Original
Chapter
1
Before Use
Check the following settings to make clear copy of a blueprint original.
„„ Automatic binary threshold
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
This parameter activates or deactivates the binarization threshold automatic
setting.
Choices:Off
On (default)
Normally, keep this parameter to On.
If the copy output is unclear with the parameter to On, set it to Off and enter a
threshold value.
„„ Binary threshold
Set the threshold value for binarization.
Enter a numeric value between 0 and 255 (default: 120).
The higher the value, the higher the image density.
The lower the value, the lower the image density.
When the automatic binar y threshold is set to On, the Printer generates
automatically a threshold value, which is displayed as a reference. Use this reference
to choose a value when you enter the threshold manually.
Chapter
Set the density disparity of the original.
Choices:Large
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Sorting
Chapter
1
Before Use
Multiple originals can be stored temporarily in the Printer to perform collated copy
such as sort copy or stack copy.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
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Scan Function
Up to 750 sheets of data can be stored with the digital sort function.
Note
Chapter
6
‹‹ Larger image sizes reduce the number of images that can be stored.
Example:
- With A4 image size, max. 750-sheet images are stored.
- With A0 image size, max. 100-sheet images are stored.
TIP
‘‘ While printing a digitally sorted job, the digital sort function can scan
TIP
‘‘ After digital sorting, press Copy to return to the copy mode. Note that
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originals of the next digitally sorted job.
Up to four jobs can be scanned in advance.
the Printer returns to the copy mode only after the digitally sorted
job processing is completed. To return to the copy mode during the
processing, exit the digitally sorted job at the job screen.
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Sorting Flow
Chapter
1
Before Use
This section describes the basic operation flow for digital sorting.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press COPY
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
When authentication is necessary, enter a username and
password, or PIN code.
For more details, see Chapter 4 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
4
Copy's top screen
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Press Digital Sorting
Chapter
6
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Sort's top screen
Select the Original Type
Select the Roll Position
Select the image quality type
of the original. (& page 31 )
From the paper types
installed in the Printer, select
the paper type for copying.
(& page 33 )
With the default setting
AUTO, the Printer
automatically selects the
paper to be printed on.
Adjust the Density
Adjust the copy density.
(& page 32 )
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Chapter
1
Original Settings screen
Before Use
Select the Original Size
Select the size of the original.
(& page 34 )
With the default setting
AUTO, the Printer
automatically selects the
paper size.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press Scale
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Scaling screen
Setting the Scale
Set to enlarge or reduce the
original's size. (& page 46 )
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Press Image
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Image Quality screen
Adjust the Background
Adjust the background color
for originals with an uneven
density. (& page 42 )
Chapter
6
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1
Load the original
Before Use
Load the original into the Printer. (& page 22 )
Press START
Chapter
2
Copy Function
When Start Scanning is set to Original Setting in the
System menu, copying and submission start automatically
even if START is not pressed.
For more details, see Chapter 3 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
TIP
‘‘ Each time the Cancel key is
Scan all originals
Chapter
4
pressed at the Digital Sort
top screen, data is deleted
starting from the end of the
stored data.
Preset Functions
Sort's top screen
The number of scanned
originals is displayed.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Press ENTER
Set
Enter the number of copies.
Output order configured by the sorting
and printing order settings when
printing three copies of three originals.
Sort
Specify the collation method.
Collate
Original 123, 123, 123
Reverse 321, 321, 321
Print order
Specify the print order.
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Press Print
Print Order
111, 222, 333
333, 222, 111
Test Printing Sorted Originals
Chapter
1
Before Use
You can test print the most recently scanned original of the originals stored using
the digital sort function.
This is useful for checking for scan warping and image quality.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Press ENTER.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
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If the Check button is pressed, one sheet only of the most recently scanned original
is printed.
To delete this original, press CANCEL.
To continue scanning, set the original.
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Additionally Copying the Sorted and Printed Originals
Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Originals printed using the digital sort function can be copied additionally without
scanning again.
Additional copies can be made for the job most recently digitally sorted and
printed only.
Copy Function
Note
‹‹ The following actions disable additional copying.
- Returning to standard copy mode.
Chapter
3
- Performing the next digital sorting.
Submission
Function
If printing using the digital sort function is complete, the Add copies button
appears.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Press the Add copies button to display the Reprint screen. Configure the number of
copies, sorting, and print order, and then press the Print button.
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Initializing the Setting
Chapter
1
Before Use
The Printer initializes the setting for the copy operation, and returns to the initial
status.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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Handling copy jobs
Chapter
1
Before Use
To display the copy job screen, press Job on the Copy Top screen.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
At the Copy Job screen, the job under processing can be cancelled by pressing the
× button.
Chapter
6
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To cancel the job under processing, press Yes.
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Additionally copying the Copied Originals
Chapter
1
Note
Before Use
Copied originals can be copied additionally without scanning again.
Additional copies can be made for the job last copied only.
Chapter
2
‹‹ The following actions disable additional copying.
Copy Function
- Print data was received after copy printing.
- The panel was switched to a mode other than the standard copy mode
screen.
Chapter
3
If copying is complete, the Add copies button appears.
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Press the Add copies button to display the Reprint screen. Configure the number of
copies, and then press the Print button.
Chapter
6
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1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
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1
3
Before Use
Chapter
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Submission Functions
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
This chapter describes the submission functions of the Printer.
Chapter
4
Chapter Contents
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5
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Chapter
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Preset Functions
TT Submission Functions Outline..............................................................68
TT Preparing the network and host computer.......................................70
TT Submission Operation Flow..................................................................72
TT Submission Function Overview...........................................................84
TT Selecting Scan Color Mode...................................................................85
TT Selecting Original Type..........................................................................86
TT Selecting Scan Resolution.....................................................................87
TT Selecting the File Format for Images to be Scanned.......................88
TT Configuring the Filename for Images to be Scanned......................90
TT Submission and Copy in One Operation............................................92
TT Print Copies..............................................................................................93
TT Print Quality.............................................................................................94
TT Handling Image Submission Jobs........................................................95
TT Handling Printer Submission Jobs.......................................................96
TT Reprinting through Printer Submission.............................................97
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Submission Functions Outline
Chapter
1
Before Use
The Printer has the following 4 submission functions.
„„ Image submission function
Chapter
2
Copy Function
With this function, the Printer submits images scanned with the Printer to:
- shared folders; and
- FTP servers
on the host computers connected to an IPv4/IPv6 network.
Up to 100 destinations can be registered.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Printer
Chapter
5
Scan Function
TIP
Chapter
6
‘‘ If Web functions are used, registration in multiple languages is possible.
„„ Submission job box function
Troubleshooting
With this function, image data scanned with the Printer are stored in the
submission job box of the Printer.
Up to 99 image files can be saved in the submission job box with a maximum
capacity of 80GB.
Images stored in the submission jpb box can be submitted to shared folders on host
computers using the thumbnail submission function or retrieved using the web function.
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„„ Thumbnail submission function
Before Use
A list of thumbnails is shown on the operation panel for image data stored in the
submission box. With this function, you can select image data from the list and
submit it to shared folders on host computers connected to an IPv4/IPv6 network.
In addition, image data stored in the submission box can be accessed from a web
browser using the web function.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Submission box
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
With this function, color image data scanned with the Printer are printed with
another printer.
Up to 5 submission destinations can be registered.
Scan Function
„„ Printer submission function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Printer
Note
‹‹ To scan in color mode, the optional Color Scan Upgrade (LP-857) is required.
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Preparing the network and host computer
Chapter
1
Before Use
Before operating submission functions, check your printer's network connection
and the shared folder on the host computer.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
‹‹ Checking the Printer's Network Connection
Check that the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address of the Printer are set
correctly. For more details, see the Chapter 3 in the separate User's Manual for
Basic Printer Operation.
‹‹ Creating a Shared Folder
Preset Functions
On the host computer, create a shared folder to which you will send the image
data.
Note
Chapter
5
‹‹ Assign write permission to the shared folder.
‹‹ You are recommended to install the host computer on the same LAN as the
Scan Function
Printer to:
- Minimize the Printer's operation time decrease caused by the scanned
data transmission delay; and
- Prevent the scanned data leakage.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Chapter
1
‹‹ Preparing a printer to receive submissions
Before Use
The Printer supports submission to the printers with:
- Language supporting the HP RTL / PDF format
- Communication protocol supporting LPR/RAW
Chapter
2
Copy Function
For more information about recommended printers, contact our service
representative.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Submission Operation Flow
Chapter
1
Before Use
Make sure the preparations for operating the submission functions (& page 70 )
have been completed before performing these operations.
Chapter
2
‹‹ Submitting images (SMB connection)
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Press SUBMIT
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
When authentication is necessary, enter a username and
password, or PIN code.
For more details, see Chapter 4 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Submit's top screen
Chapter
5
Select the destination.
Scan Function
Press the number of the job
you intend to add or edit, and
press Add/Edit.
Press Add/Edit
The destination of the image
submission function can also be
handled as the destination for the
thumbnail submission function.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Add or Edit Image Destination screen (1/2)
Set up the destination.
Set the protocol to SMB and
set the shared folder of the
destination.
Press >>
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Chapter
1
Before Use
Set the presets.
Add or Edit Image Destination screen (2/2)
2
The following actions can be performed
by using the Web functions.
Copy submission destinations
Import/export submission destinations
For more details, see Chapter 2 in the
separate User's Manual for Basic Printer
Operation.
Save the settings.
(1) Press Save
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
If the Save button is pressed,
the settings are saved and
the connection to specified
shared folder is confirmed.
If the connection cannot
be confirmed, check the
settings.
Chapter
Copy Function
If frequently used settings
are set in the preset memory,
the presets can be called
automatically when the
submission destination is
selected.
For details of preset functions,
see & page 99 .
(2) Press Back
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Submit's top screen
Chapter
Select the destination.
5
Scan Function
Select the number of the
destination and press OK.
Then the Printer checks
the connection to the
destination selected. If the
Printer is unable to check
the connection successfully,
review the condition of the
computer for submission.
Press OK
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Functions Setting screen
Specify the functions
for submission.
For the supported functions,
see the (& page 84 ).
To specify a file name, press
and enter the file name.
As default the file name is
automatically generated.
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Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Load the original
Load the original into the Printer. (& page 22 )
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Press START
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
When Start Scanning is set to Original Setting in
the System menu, the Printer starts scanning the
original automatically without START pressed.
For more details, see Chapter 3 in the separate
User's Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Chapter
1
‹‹ Submitting images (FTP connection)
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press SUBMIT
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
When authentication is necessary, enter a username and
password, or PIN code.
For more details, see Chapter 4 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Submit's top screen
Select the destination.
Press the number of the job
you intend to add or edit, and
press Add/Edit.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Press Add/Edit
The destination of the image
submission function can also be
handled as the destination for the
thumbnail submission function.
Chapter
6
Add or Edit Image Destination screen (1/2)
Troubleshooting
Set up the destination.
Set the protocol to FTP and
asset the FTP server of the
destination.
Set the shared path name
to the path of the folder to
receive the submission.
Press >>
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Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Set up the FTP
connection.
Add or Edit Image Destination screen (2/2)
If frequently used settings
are set in the preset memory,
the presets can be called
automatically only with
the submission destination
selected.
For details of preset
functions, see & page 99 .
Specify the FTP connection
method and FTP ports.
Generally, the default FTP
port is acceptable.
Chapter
3
Set the presets.
Save the settings.
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
If the Save button is pressed,
the settings are saved and
the connection to specified
shared folder is confirmed.
If the connection cannot
be confirmed, check the
settings.
(1) Press Save
(2) Press Back
Preset Functions
The following actions can be performed
by using the Web functions.
Copy submission destinations
Import/export submission destinations
For more details, see Chapter 2 in the
separate User's Manual for Basic Printer
Operation.
Submit's top screen
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Select the destination.
Troubleshooting
Select the number of the
destination and press OK.
Then the Printer checks
the connection to the
destination selected. If the
Printer is unable to check
the connection successfully,
review the condition of the
computer for submission.
Press OK
Functions Setting screen
Specify the functions
for submission.
For the supported functions,
see the (& page 84 ).
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To specify a file name, press
and enter the file name.
As default the file name is
automatically generated.
Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Load the original
Copy Function
Load the original into the Printer. (& page 22 )
Chapter
3
Press START
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
When Start Scanning is set to Original Setting in
the System menu, the Printer starts scanning the
original automatically without START pressed.
For more details, see Chapter 3 in the separate
User's Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Chapter
1
‹‹ Storing image data in the submission job box
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press SUBMIT
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
When authentication is necessary, enter a username and
password, or PIN code.
For more details, see Chapter 4 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Submit's top screen
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Press Submission Job Box
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Functions Setting screen
Specify the functions
for submission.
For the supported functions,
see the (& page 72 ).
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To specify a file name, press
and enter the file name.
As default the file name is
automatically generated.
Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Load the original
Load the original into the Printer. (& page 22 )
Chapter
3
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
When Start Scanning is set to Original Setting in
the System menu, the Printer starts scanning the
original automatically without START pressed.
For more details, see Chapter 3 in the separate
User's Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Submission
Function
Press START
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Chapter
1
‹‹ Submitting thumbnails
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press SUBMIT
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
When authentication is necessary, enter a username and
password, or PIN code.
For more details, see Chapter 4 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
4
Submit's top screen
Preset Functions
Select the destination.
Chapter
5
Press the number of the job
you intend to add or edit, and
press Add/Edit.
Press Add/Edit
Scan Function
The destination of the
thumbnail submission
function can also be used as
the destination for the image
submission function.
Chapter
6
Add or Edit Image Destination screen
Troubleshooting
Set up the destination.
Create a shared folder at the
destination.
Press SAVE to save the shared
folder settings and to check
the connection to the created
shared folder.
If the Printer is unable to check
the connection successfully,
review the settings.
The following actions can be performed
by using the Web functions.
Copy submission destinations
Import/export submission destinations
For more details, see Chapter 2 in the
separate User's Manual for Basic Printer
Operation.
(1) Press Save
(2) Press Back
Two submission destination settings are available: SMB
connection and FTP connection.
For details, see & page 72 Submitting images (SMB
connection) and & page 75 Submitting images (FTP
connection).
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Chapter
1
Before Use
Submit's top screen
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press Submit from Thumbnail
Chapter
3
Select the image data
to be submitted
Press NEXT
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Press Delete to delete the
selected images.
Press Detailed Information to
view detailed information
about selected images or
prohibit automatic deletion.
For details, see Chapter 3,
Job Box Retention Period in
the separate User’s Manual
for Basic Printer Operation.
Submission
Function
Thumbnail submission screen
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Select the destination.
Select the number of the
destination and press OK.
Then the Printer checks
the connection to the
destination selected. If the
Printer is unable to check
the connection successfully,
review the condition of the
computer for submission.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Press OK
Thumbnail submission
The thumbnail submission
screen is displayed and the
selected image is sent.
Wait until the transmission is
complete to perform the next
submission.
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Chapter
1
‹‹ Submitting to a printer
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Press SUBMIT
When authentication is necessary, enter a username and
password, or PIN code.
For more details, see Chapter 4 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Submit's top screen
Chapter
4
Press Submit Print Job
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Select the destination.
Scan Function
Press the number of the job
you intend to add or edit, and
press Add/Edit.
Press Add/Edit
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Add or Edit Image Destination screen
Set up the destination.
The following actions can be performed
by using the Web functions.
Copy submission destinations
Import/export submission destinations
For more details, see Chapter 2 in the
separate User's Manual for Basic Printer
Operation.
Specify the destination
printer.
Press Save to save the settings
and to check the connection
to the specified printer.
If the Printer is unable to check
the connection successfully,
review the settings.
(1) Press Save
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(2) Press Back
Chapter
1
Before Use
Submit's top screen
Select the destination.
Chapter
Select the number of the
destination and press OK.
Then the Printer checks the
connection to the destination
selected. If the connection
cannot be checked, review
the condition of the printer
for submission.
2
Copy Function
Press OK
Chapter
3
Specify the functions
for submission.
Submission
Function
Functions Setting screen
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
For the supported functions,
see the (& page 84 ).
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Load the original
Load the original into the Printer. (& page 22 )
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Press START
When Start Scanning is set to Original Setting in
the System menu, the Printer starts scanning the
original automatically without START pressed.
For more details, see Chapter 3 in the separate
User's Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
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Submission Function Overview
Chapter
1
Before Use
The submission functions available with the Printer are listed below. For details of
the procedure to set the functions starred, see the Chapter 2 Copy Functions.
Function
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Original Size
Specify the size of the original. (& page 34 )
Original Type
Select an image quality type appropriate for the original.
(& page 86 )
Background
Compensation
Delete background colors. (& page 42 )
Density
Adjust the scan density. (& page 32 )
Mirror Reverse
Reverse the original and then scan. (& page 52 )
Original Size Standard
Select the size standard of the original. (& page 38 )
Original Output
Set the original output location. (& page 51 )
Sharpness
Adjust the original's contour sharpness. (& page 44 )
Contrast
Adjust the original contrast. (& page 43 )
White on Black Reverse
Reverse the white and black of the original before scanning.
(& page 45 )
Resolution
Select the scan resolution. (& page 87 )
Moderate Scan
Feed the original moderately to prevent the original from
being damaged. (& page 54 )
Chapter
6
Original with text & lines
Troubleshooting
84
Description
Adjust the image quality appropriate for the originals with text
and lines. (& page 55 )
Blueprint Original
Set the image quality appropriate for the blueprint original.
(& page 56 )
Color Mode
Select a scan color mode. (& page 85 )
File Format
Select a image file format. (& page 88 )
File Name Setting
Create a file name for the scan image data. (& page 90 )
Print Copies
Set the number of copies to print (for printer submission).
(& page 93 )
Printer Quality
Set the print quality (for printer submission). (& page 94 )
Copy
Perform both submission and copy with a single scan.
(& page 92 )
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Selecting Scan Color Mode
Chapter
1
Before Use
Select a scan color mode from monochrome, grayscale, and color.
„„ Monochrome
The scanner scans in monochrome binary format.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
„„ Grayscale
The scanner scans in monochrome multi-bit format.
„„ Color
Chapter
3
The scanner scans in color mode.
‹‹ To scan in color mode, the optional Color Scan Upgrade (LP-857) is required.
Submission
Function
Note
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Selecting Original Type
Chapter
1
Before Use
Set the original type for each color mode (monochrome/grayscale/color).
Chapter
2
Monochrome
„„ Text & Lines
Select for originals with mixed text and line art.
Copy Function
„„ Text/Photo
Select for originals with mixed text and photos.
Chapter
3
„„ Photo
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Select for general photos.
„„ Blueprint
Select for blueprint originals.
Preset Functions
Grayscale
The original type setting is not required.
Chapter
5
Color
„„ Text
Scan Function
Select for scanning texts mainly.
„„ Text/Photo
Chapter
6
Select for scanning texts mainly.
Troubleshooting
„„ Photo
Select for scanning photos.
„„ Map
Select for scanning maps.
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Selecting Scan Resolution
Chapter
1
Before Use
Select the scan resolution from the options below.
„„ 150 dpi
The scanner scans at 150 dpi.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
„„ 200 dpi
The scanner scans at 200 dpi.
„„ 300 dpi
Chapter
3
The scanner scans at 300 dpi.
Submission
Function
„„ 400 dpi
The scanner scans at 400 dpi.
Chapter
4
„„ 600 dpi
Preset Functions
The scanner scans at 600 dpi.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Selecting the File Format for Images to be Scanned
Chapter
1
Before Use
Select the file format for image files to be created.
„„ PDF file
Chapter
2
Creates a scan image in the PDF file.
Copy Function
„„ Multi-page PDF file
Creates a scan image in the multi-page PDF file.
Chapter
3
„„ TIFF file
Creates a scan image in the TIFF file.
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
„„ Multi-page TIFF file
Creates a scan image in the multi-page TIFF file.
„„ JPEG file
Preset Functions
Creates a scan image in the JPEG file.
The supported file formats differ depending on the scan color mode.
Chapter
5
File format
Scan Function
PDF
Multi-page PDF
TIFF
Multi-page TIFF
JPEG
Monochrome
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Scan color mode
Grayscale
No
No
Yes
No
No
Color
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
TIP
88
‘‘ Multi-page PDF and Multi-page TIFF create a single PDF file or
single TIFF file from multiple-page original, with Enter pressed after
completing scanning.
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1
Note
Before Use
‹‹ Press Cancel to cancel the latest scan image, e.g., whose original was
scanned obliquely.
‹‹ One file contains 99 pages at maximum.
‹‹ If the hard disk capacity is exceeded, no more image can be scanned.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
‹‹ During the multi-page scan, scan color mode, file format, and file name
cannot be changed.
‹‹ With JPEG selected, the maximum scan length depends on the setting of
the resolution as follows.
150dpi: 11096mm (436.85 inches), 200dpi: 8322mm (327.64 inches),
Chapter
3
300dpi: 5548mm (218.42 inches), 400dpi: 4161mm (163.82 inches),
TIP
Submission
Function
600dpi: 2774mm ( 109.21 inches)
‘‘ The scannable original length changes depending on the color mode,
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
file format, resolution, and original width. For details to scan lengthy
documents, contact your dealer or the nearest service representative.
‘‘ During multi-page scan, the scannable number of pages changes
depending on the file format, resolution, original width, and original
length. For details about multipage scan, contact your dealer or the
nearest service representative.
‘‘ The image size that can be displayed on a PC changes depending on
the operating system, the application software, and the memory of the
PC and the hard drive.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Configuring the Filename for Images to be Scanned
Chapter
1
Before Use
Set the name for files to be created. By default, the Printer automatically generates
a filename by appending the scan date and time (year, month, day, hours, minutes,
and seconds of scanning) to the basic filename for image data submission.
Chapter
2
TIP
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
‘‘ Example:
Basic filename for image data submission: scan_
Scan date and time: 12:34:56 of on September 30, 2010
The Printer automatically generates the File name as:
scan_100930123456.pdf
An extension is added to the file name depending on the file format setting:
-PDF:.pdf
-TIFF:.tif
-JPEG:.jpg
Preset Functions
To configure a filename of your choosing, configure the following settings.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Press the abc button and configure the settings at the screen shown below.
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Chapter
1
„„ Filename
Before Use
Specify a filename of your choosing. The permitted length range for filenames is 1
to 60 characters.
Chapter
„„ Overwrite if filename exists
2
Copy Function
Specify whether to overwrite if a file with the same filename is in the submission
destination folder.
„„ Date and time
The year, month, day, hours, minutes, and seconds of scanning is appended to the
filename you chose.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
„„ Serial number
A serial number is appended to the filename you chose.
The serial number can be configured from 001 through 999.
4
Preset Functions
TIP
Chapter
‘‘ When the sequential number reaches 999, the next number is 001.
„„ None
Chapter
5
Filename of your choosing only.
Scan Function
„„ Start number
When the file naming setting is Sequential number, set the start number for the
sequential number.
The sequential number setting adds three digits automatically.
6
Troubleshooting
TIP
Chapter
‘‘ The sequential number 1 becomes 001.
„„ Reset
Return the start number for the Sequential number setting to 1.
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Submission and Copy in One Operation
Chapter
1
Before Use
With a single scan, you can create an image file and then print a copy of that image
in only one operation.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Press Paper in the Image Submission or Submission Box Top screen.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Configure Print Copies, Output Tray (& page 51 ), and Paper Type (& page
48 ), and then press Back.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
TIP
‘‘ When you do not need to select the output tray and the paper type,
press the Copy button in the Image Submission or Submission Box Top
screen and enter only the number of copies.
Note
‹‹ When you continuously perform scanning operations, note that the Printer
cannot scan again until the previous job printing is complete.
‹‹ If an error, such as lack of paper or paper jam, occurs during copy, switch to
the copy function and check the error screen.
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Print Copies
Chapter
1
Before Use
Set the number of copies to print before the printer submission.
The value can be set from 1 to 999 copies. (The default setting is 1.)
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Print Quality
Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Set the print quality before the printer submission. The following settings are
available.
- High Quality
- Standard (default setting)
- High Speed
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Handling Image Submission Jobs
Chapter
1
Before Use
To display the Image Submission Job screen, press Job on the Image Submission
Top screen.
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Jobs being processed can be stopped on the Image Submission Job screen.
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
At the Submission Job screen, the job under processing can be cancelled by
pressing the × button.
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
To cancel the job under processing, press Yes.
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Handling Printer Submission Jobs
Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
To display the Printer Submission Job screen, press Job on the Printer Submission
Top screen.
The following operations can be performed on the Printer Submission Job screen.
- Stop jobs being processed
- Delete processed jobs
- Reprint (resubmit) the specified number of copies of processed jobs
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
At the Printer Submission Job screen, the job under processing can be cancelled.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
At the Printer Job screen, the job under processing can be cancelled by pressing
the × button.
To cancel the job under processing, press Yes.
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Reprinting through Printer Submission
Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
When you want to print additional copies of originals printed using printer
submission, you can print additional copies without scanning again.
Additional prints can be made for the most recently scanned job only.
When printing a large number of copies, you are recommended to use this function
after checking for scan warping and image quality, which can prevent large-scale
print mistakes.
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
After ending printer submission, press the Job button.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
Press the Reprint button.
Enter the number of copies to be printed, and then press Print.
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Chapter
1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
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Chapter
1
4
Before Use
Chapter
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Preset Functions
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
This chapter describes the Printer's preset functions.
Chapter
4
Chapter Contents
Preset Functions
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Scan Function
TT Presets Overview....................................................................................86
TT Creating a preset in the Memory.........................................................87
TT Calling a Preset from the Memory.......................................................88
TT Saving Settings as Default Settings....................................................89
TT Changing a Preset Name.......................................................................90
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Presets Overview
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Copy Function
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3
The Printer must be given a description of the requirements of each copy and
submission operation. You can save this description and call it when required. This
description is called a preset.
You are recommended to save frequently used settings or complicated settings as
presets, so that you do not have to enter the setting items or values.
When the settings for each submission destination are fixed, presets can be created
in the memory for each submission destination.
With this function, presets can be called automatically by selecting a submission
destination.
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Preset Functions
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Creating a preset in the Memory
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Copy Function
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3
Submission
Function
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4
Preset Functions
The procedure to create a new preset is as follows.
(1) Check your intended settings on the touchpanel, and press Preset to display
the Preset screen on the touchpanel.
(2) Press the number of the preset to which you want to save the settings and
press Create Preset.
A pop-up screen is displayed to confirm settings of the preset.
If Yes is selected, the current settings are saved as the specified preset
number.
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Various current setting conditions can be registered as presets in the memory.
Up to 10 memory presets can be registered for each of the following modes.
- Copy mode
- Digital sorting mode
- Image submission
-Submission box
- Printer submission
Note
‹‹ Note that submission preset does not include the submission destination
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setting.
Scan Function
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Calling a Preset from the Memory
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Presets can be called up from the memory.
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Copy Function
The procedure to call up a preset from the memory is as follows.
(1)Press Preset to display the preset screen on the touchpanel.
(2)Press Call Preset, and select the number of the preset you intend to call.
Then the current copy/submission settings are changed to the ones of the
called preset.
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Submission
Function
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Preset Functions
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5
Scan Function
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Saving Settings as Default Settings
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Before Use
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2
Copy Function
You can register the frequently used settings and complicated settings as the
Printer's default settings instead of preset, so that the Printer returns to the settings
after:
- The Printer powered on;
- The Printer reset; or
- The operation mode changed.
You are recommended to register the Printer settings as default, with which you
always operate the Printer.
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Chapter
4
Preset Functions
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5
Scan Function
The procedure is as follows.
(1)Press Preset to display the preset screen on the touchpanel.
(2) Press Set as Default.
A pop-up screen is displayed to confirm settings of the preset.
If Yes is selected, the current settings are saved as the new default settings.
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Submission
Function
Settings can be saved as default settings for the following modes.
- Copy mode
- Digital sorting mode
- Image submission
-Submission box
- Printer submission
Note
‹‹ Note that default settings does not include the submission destination
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setting.
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Changing a Preset Name
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1
Before Use
The preset name can be changed.
You are recommended to change the preset name for easy identification, so that
you can call the preset easily.
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2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
The procedure is as follows.
(1) Press Preset to display the preset screen on the touchpanel.
(2) Press Change Preset Name, and a popup screen appears. Enter a new preset
name on the popup screen.
Then the current preset name is changed to a newly specified one.
Submission
Function
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4
Preset Functions
Chapter
5
Scan Function
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6
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Creating a Preset in the Memory for a Submission Destination
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1
Before Use
Make sure the preparations for operating the submission functions (& page 70 )
have been completed before performing these operations.
This function can be used with image submission and printer submission.
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2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Press SUBMIT
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4
Preset Functions
When authentication is necessary, enter a username and
password, or PIN code.
For more details, see Chapter 4 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Submit's top screen
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Select the destination.
Scan Function
Select the submission
destination for which you
want to create preset in the
memory.
Press OK
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The destination of the image
submission function can also
be handled as the destination
for the thumbnail submission
function.
Image Submission Top screen
Press Preset
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Presets screen
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2
Copy Function
Select a preset.
Select the preset to be set for
the submission destination.
Press Register Preset in
Destination
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Submission
Function
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Preset Functions
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5
Scan Function
Confirm the settings,
and then press Yes.
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5
Before Use
Chapter
Chapter
2
Copy Function
Scan Functions
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
This chapter describes the scan functions of the Printer.
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4
Chapter Contents
Preset Functions
TT Scan Functions Outline..........................................................................92
TT Preparing the network and host computer.......................................93
TT Checking Operating Status with Message.........................................94
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Scan Functions Outline
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1
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
To operate the scan function, change the Printer's mode by pressing SCAN. Then,
from a computer connected to the network, operate the Printer to scan the original
documents.
To operate this function, first install the special application, TerioStation (supplied
as standard) on a computer connected to an IPv4/IPv6 network. Then operate this
function with ScanToFile, which is one of the functions in the application.
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Submission
Function
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4
Preset Functions
Printer
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5
Scan Function
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6
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Preparing the network and host computer
Chapter
1
Before Use
Before operating scan functions, check your printer's network connection and the
application on the host computer.
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2
‹‹ Checking the Printer's Network Connection
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3
Submission
Function
‹‹ Installing the Exclusive Application (TerioStation)
Copy Function
Check that the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address of the Printer are set
correctly. For more details, see the Chapter 3 in the separate User's Manual for
Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
4
‹‹ Configuring the Exclusive Application (TerioStation)
Preset Functions
For the installation procedure for the exclusive application (TerioStation), see the
TerioStation Installation Manual.
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5
Scan Function
For the configuration method for the exclusive application (TerioStation), see the
TerioStation User's Manual.
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6
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Checking Operating Status with Message
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1
Before Use
During the scan operation, you can check the operating statuses with the message
on the screen as follows.
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2
Copy Function
Chapter
3
(1) Waiting for Scan Request
Press SCAN to show the screen below. This screen shows that the Printer is waiting
for the request from the exclusive application (TerioStation) on the computer
connected to the same network.
A message, Waiting for Scan Request appears on the screen.
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Function
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4
Preset Functions
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5
Scan Function
(2) Scanning from the Exclusive Application (TerioStation)
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6
Troubleshooting
At the Scan or Scan & Copy tab of the exclusive application (TerioStation),
configure the parameters and then press Scan.
The ScanDriver appears. Configure the settings and press the Scan button.
Note
‹‹ For the configuration method for the parameters of TerioStation, see the
TerioStation User's Manual.
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(3) Connection Display
Before Use
Chapter
2
Copy Function
When the Printer is connected to a computer and when it receives the scan request
from the computer, the message changes to Load the original.
After the message appears, load the original.
To cancel the connection with the computer, press Cancel on the screen before
loading the original.
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3
Submission
Function
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4
Preset Functions
(4) Ready to Start
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5
Scan Function
When the original is loaded, the message changes to Ready to Start.
Then press START to start scanning.
When the Start Scanning has been set to Original Setting on the system menu,
with the original loaded, the scanner automatically starts scanning.
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(5) Scan Start
Before Use
Chapter
2
When the scanner starts scanning, the message changes to Scanning…
Press Cancel to stop the scanning job between the original scan start and the
image submission end.
Copy Function
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
(6) Processing
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5
Scan Function
When the scan operation is completed and when the image data processing starts
for the transmission to the computer, the message changes to Processing…
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6
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(7) Transmitting
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When the image data transmission starts, the message changes to Transmitting…
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2
Copy Function
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3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
When the image data transmission is completed and while the original is still in the
Printer, the message Outputting… appears.
Preset Functions
(8) Outputting Original
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5
Scan Function
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6
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1
Before Use
Chapter
Chapter
2
6
Copy Function
Troubleshooting
Chapter
3
Submission
Function
This chapter describes the action to take should a problem occur in your Printer.
If the problem persists after taking the appropriate action, contact your dealer or
nearest service representative.
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4
Preset Functions
Chapter Contents
Chapter
5
TT Unclear Copying or Scanning...............................................................98
TT Cannot Copy or Scan as Expected.....................................................101
TT Improper Submission.......................................................................... 105
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Unclear Copying or Scanning
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1
A. The shading guide or scanner glass is dirty.
Before Use
Q. Black lines appear on scanned image or copy printout.
Chapter
2
Clean the shading guide and scanner glass (& page 26 ).
Copy Function
Caution
‹‹ Before scanning or copying, remove any dirt from an original. If the original
with dirt, e.g., toner, ink, or dust adherence is scanned or copied, the inside
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3
of the scanner may become dirty.
floor.
‹‹ If you cannot remove a dirt from the original, copy or scan it with a carrier
sheet.
Submission
Function
‹‹ When an original is long, copy or scan carefully so that it does not touch the
Chapter
4
A. The shadow of the fold was scanned.
Before scanning, flatten the fold as flat as possible.
Preset Functions
Q. A fold in the original is copied or scanned in black.
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5
Scan Function
Change the loading direction of the original (turn by 90°). Try scanning
again.
Increase the Background Compensation setting (& page 42 ).
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Troubleshooting
Q.
6
An image on the back of the original is scanned or copied.
A. With a thin original, image on the back side may appear on the front side,
which is scanned or copied.
Increase the Background Compensation setting (& page 42 ).
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1
Before Use
Q. Thin or broken lines or dots appear on the printout's background part.
A. The Background Compensation setting is too low.
Chapter
2
Increase the Background Compensation setting (& page 42 ).
Copy Function
A. The Sharpness setting is too high.
Lower the Sharpness level (& page 44 ).
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3
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Q. The printout shows Moire.
A. When the image is processed, regular halftone dots and lines overlap and
generate moire.
Try changing the loading direction of the original.
Preset Functions
Lower the Sharpness level (& page 44 ).
Try changing Original Type to Text/Photo (& page 31 ).
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5
Scan Function
A blueprint original is copied or scanned overall with extremely high
Q. density.
A. The image quality setting for the blueprint original is slightly higher.
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6
Increase the Background Compensation setting (& page 42 ).
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A blueprint original is copied or scanned overall with extremely low
Q. density.
A. The image quality setting for the blueprint original is slightly lower than
required.
Decrease the Density setting. (& page 32 ).
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A. The image quality setting for the blueprint original is slightly higher than
Before Use
Q.
1
The background of the blueprint original appears on the scanned image
or copy printout.
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required.
Copy Function
Finetune Background Compensation and Density settings.
(Background Compensation & page 42 ) (Density & page 32 )
A. The image quality setting for the blueprint original is slightly lower than
required.
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Submission
Function
Characters or lines on the blueprint original do not appear on the scan or
Q. copy
printout.
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Chapter
4
Finetune Background Compensation and Density settings.
Preset Functions
(Background Compensation & page 42 ) (Density & page 32 )
If the Original Density Disparity was set to Large during copying or
scanning, change it to Small.
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5
Scan Function
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6
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Cannot Copy or Scan as Expected
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1
Before Use
Q.Cannot copy or scan because the original is jammed.
Chapter
2
A. Originals with folds or a significant curl may cause a paper jam.
Try changing the loading direction of the original.
Copy Function
Try scanning or copying with a carrier sheet.
Chapter
3
Q. The Printer does not detect the roll width or original width properly.
Submission
Function
A. At Available Size Standards of the system menu, set the size standard
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4
Preset Functions
settings you do not use to Off.
Automatic detection may be performed properly when the size standard
settings you do not use to Off at Available Size Standards of the system
menu.
Some improper automatic detections are corrected when the number of
the available size standards is reduced.
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5
A. Change the settings of Original Size Standard and Roll Size Standard from
Scan Function
Auto to the size standard or roll size standard applied to the original.
Some combinations of the original and roll paper may deactivate the
Printer's automatic detection.
Some combinations of the original and roll paper may deactivate the
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6
Printer's automatic detection.
Troubleshooting
the original's horizontal direction, a blank space is added to the copy
Q.Inprintout;
or The right and left edges of the original do not appear on the
copy printout; or The size standard of the roll on which the Printer prints is
different from the original's one, when the paper is selected and supplied
automatically by the Printer.
A. For the original and the printed paper, the size standards are not specified
correctly.
For copying, the size standards for the original and printed paper must be
specified.
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1
For more on setting the printing paper series, see Installing Paper with
Before Use
Other Size Series in Chapter 2 of the separate User's Manual for Basic
Printer Operation.
For more on Installing user defined series paper, see Installing Paper
from a User Defined Standard in Chapter 2 of the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
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2
Copy Function
For the original's setting, specify the size standard of the original you
intend to copy at the copy function's Original Size Standard. (& page
38 ).
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3
- The Printer adds a blank space to the right and left edges to the copy printout.
Submission
Function
a user defined size original,
Q.With
- The Printer does not copy the right and left edges of the original; or
Chapter
4
Preset Functions
A. The user defined size is incorrect.
Refer to Using Paper from a User Defined Series in Chapter 2 of the
separate User's Manual for Basic Printer Operation. Specify a user
defined size appropriate for the original and roll paper you intend to use.
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5
Scan Function
A. The user defined series original width does not match the user defined
series roll width.
Match the user defined series original width with the user defined series
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6
Troubleshooting
roll width. The Printer does not copy correctly when the widths are
different, for example:
-The original width to 914 mm (35.98 inches); and
-The roll width: to 880 mm (34.65 inches)
Q.Cannot perform partial copying.
A. - The distance specified below is longer than the original length.
From: Original's front end
To: Partial copy start position
For partial copying, specify the partial copy start position to be less than
the original length.
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1
For example, against the settings below to partially copy an A3 portrait
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original, the Printer generates a warning message:
-Partial copy start position to 1000 mm (39.37 inches); or
-Partial copy start position to 100 mm (3.94 inches) against the
original length to 10000 mm (393.70 inches)
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2
Copy Function
A. The distance specified below is longer than the original length.
From: Original's front end
To: Partial copy start position
Specify the distance above so that it does not exceed the maximum
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3
scannable length.
Submission
Function
Chapter
4
Q. Cannot erase the frame. Or, the frame is not erased as expected.
Preset Functions
A. Frame suppression is affected by the scale setting.
On erasing the frame with the scale activated, the frame suppression
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5
amount is affected by the scale setting.
Specify the frame suppression amount, considering that the amount is
scaled up/down according to the scale setting.
Scan Function
Q. Cannot add blank space. Or, blank space is not added as expected.
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6
A. The Original Size is set to Auto, Portrait, or Landscape.
Troubleshooting
When Original Size is set to Auto, Portrait, or Landscape, adding blank
space is disabled.
Set Original Size to Synchro Scan.
A. This is not affected by the scale setting.
When adding blank space, the scale setting does not affect the amount
of added blank space. Set the amount of blank space without taking the
scale setting into account.
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A. This is not a Printer malfunction.
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Q.
1
When copying a long original, an original jam occurred when outputting
the original.
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2
Remove the jammed original by following the message displayed on the
Q.The right and left edges of the original are not scanned.
Set the submission function's Original Size Standard to the size standard
a user defined series original is scanned, the right and left edges of
Q.When
the original are not scanned.
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4
Preset Functions
of the original you intend to load (& page 38 ).
To specify the original's size standard you have never specified, set the size
standard to On in Available Size Standard of the System menu. (For more details,
see Chapter 3 in the separate User's Manual for Basic Printer Operation.)
Chapter
Submission
Function
A. The original's size standard is not specified correctly.
Copy Function
panel. The Printer can then be used as normal.
Chapter
5
Scan Function
A. The user defined size is not specified correctly.
Set a user defined size appropriate for the original in User Defined Size of
the System menu. (For more details, see Chapter 3 in the separate User's
Manual for Basic Printer Operation.)
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6
Troubleshooting
Q.Cannot perform scanning in color.
A. Color scanning is an optional function (Color Scan Upgrade (LP-857)).
Color scanning is only available after purchasing the Color Scan Upgrade.
Q. While scanning, the Printer frequently suspends feeding the original document.
A. When the room temperature is low, on the hard disk drive to save the scan
images the operation speed may decrease.
Check that the room temperature is within the range from 15˚C to 35˚C (59
to 95˚F). If not, you are recommended to increase the room temperature
to be within the range from 20˚C to 30˚C (68 to 86˚F).
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1
Before Use
I f an er ro r m ess ag e ap p ear s , t ake th e ac tio n des crib e d in Chap te r 5
Troubleshooting of the separate User's Manual for Basic Printer Operation.
Chapter
2
Q. The scan image is not submitted to the destination.
Copy Function
A. Date and time settings are not correct.
Correct the date and time settings. When the date and time settings are
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not correct, the data submission may be disabled.
3
Submission
Function
Chapter
A. At the destination settings, the user name and/or password is not correct.
On the Add or Edit Image Destination screen, enter the correct user
name and/or password.
4
Preset Functions
A. The submission destination's IP address/NetBIOS name settings are not
correct. Note that the NetBIOS name is specified only when when the
destination is computer.
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5
On the Add or Edit Image Destination screen, set the correct IP address
or NetBIOS name.
Scan Function
A. With a NetBIOS name, no data is submit to another network outside the
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6
router.
On the Add or Edit Image Destination screen, submit data with an IP
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address. Check that the Printer's routing table is specified correctly.
A. The shared path name is not specified correctly.
On the Add or Edit Image Destination screen, specify a shared path
name correctly. To submit to subfolders in the shared folders, be sure to
specify the path from the shared folders.
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