Wide Format Scanners
User’s Guide
Wide Format Scanners
Model: SD 3600 series
Aug 2011
About this Guide
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Contents
Scanning ........................................................................................ 26
About this Guide ............................................................................. 3
Software applications for scanning ....................................................... 26
Overview of the Scanner ................................................................ 4
Running applications from the scanner panel ....................................... 26
Scanner front view: ................................................................................. 4
Batch scanning ..................................................................................... 26
Scanner rear view: .................................................................................. 5
Monitoring your scanner with WIDEsystem .......................................... 26
Installation........................................................................................ 6
Maintenance .................................................................................. 28
System requirements .............................................................................. 6
About scanner maintenance ................................................................. 28
Installation step by step........................................................................... 6
Cleaning the scan area ......................................................................... 28
Overview - Key maintenance points - Cleaning .................................... 29
Turning the Scanner ON and OFF ............................................... 20
Main power switch................................................................................. 20
Sleep and wake modes ......................................................................... 21
Sleep mode options - automatic entry and idle time.............................. 22
Loading Originals into the Scanner ............................................ 23
Load, face up, at the scanner’s center .................................................. 23
Automatic loading.................................................................................. 23
Manual loading ...................................................................................... 24
Unloading the original after scan ........................................................... 24
Soft Handling ........................................................................................ 25
Setting the input size ............................................................................. 25
Scanner Calibration .............................................................................. 36
Replacing the glass plate ...................................................................... 39
Replacing the glass plate – Overview of key parts................................ 41
Downloading new firmware ................................................................... 51
Trouble Shooting .......................................................................... 52
How are errors reported on your system ............................................... 52
Correcting common errors .................................................................... 52
Technical assistance ............................................................................. 52
Problems Related to Scanner Installation ............................................. 53
Problems Related to Operation of the Scanner..................................... 54
Problems Related to the Scanning Results ........................................... 57
Appendixes.................................................................................... 58
Important safety instructions ................................................................. 58
Regulations ........................................................................................... 59
About this Guide
About this Guide
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This user’s guide covers the following models:
This guide explains how to operate and maintain your wide format scanner.
The guide assumes basic knowledge of your computer and operating
system and does not repeat material from their documentation.
Scanner Model
Description
SD 3600 series scanners
36” color scanner
Be sure to refer to:
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3.
The Installation section – describes correct installation of your scanner
drivers and activation of your scanner license..
The readme.htm file in the ws folder on the WIDEsystem TOOLS CDROM. Contains the most current installation and OS compatibility
issues.
WIDEsystem TOOLS Help – After installing your drivers, open
WIDEsystem and press F1. This contains information on using the
WIDEsystem application software with your scanner.
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All series models are ENERGY STAR compliant.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to use the WIDEsystem TOOLS CD-ROM that
came with your scanner or a newer version. Out-of-date versions of
WIDEsystem software may not detect your scanner model.
NOTE: Windows Compatibility - Your scanner and drivers are tested
and developed to support the most current active Microsoft Windows
version OS systems. Drivers and interface support in regard to specific
Windows versions will follow the Microsoft Support Lifecycle Policy. The
compatibility specifications can therefore change accordingly. The most
current OS compatibility specifications and drivers will be available on your
manufacturer’s website.
Overview of Scanner
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Overview of the Scanner
Below: The parts, buttons and areas you need to recognize for using the scanner.
Scanner lid
Scanner front view:
Release button for opening scanner lid (for maintenance)
Operator’s Panel
Insertion slot for document feeding
Scanner bed – paper feed area
Power button and indicator
Error indicator
Paper ready indicator
Paper forward button
Paper backwards button
One Touch buttons
Overview of Scanner
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Scanner rear view:
Release button for opening scanner lid (for maintenance)
Connection panel
USB interface connection
Main power switch
Main power connection socket
Installation
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Installation
Follow the steps below for quick and easy installation of your scanner and scanner drivers.
System requirements
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PC or supported workstation. Recommended requirements: 1.6GHz Dual Core processor or better, 2 GB RAM, 5 GB of available hard drive space, USB 2.0
interface.
Compatible Windows operating system – View the ws/readme.htm file on the WIDEsystem TOOLS CD-ROM.
Enabled USB port on your PC.
The WIDEsystem TOOLS CD supplied with your scanner.
Scanning software and/or compatible third party software. See the section on Software Applications for Scanning.
Grounded power outlet.
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Installation step by step
Setting up the scan station
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Set up the scan station
Your scanner should be placed either on the specially designed stand-alone floor
stand or on a sturdy table. Make sure there is enough space behind the scanner
to allow the media to run out.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT YET CONNECT THE SCANNER TO
POWER OR PC.
See also the Safety Instructions at the end of this operator’s guide
Installation
Installing scanner software – WIDEsystem, drivers, and Scan/Copy software
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Install WIDEsystem and scan/copy software on your PC
IMPORTANT: WIDEsystem contains your essential scanner drivers. You must install WIDEsystem
before you connect the scanner or install any scanner software applications.
1.
Insert the WIDEsystem TOOLS CD-ROM into your PC. Normally the setup program interface will start
automatically. If it does not, locate the setup.exe file on the CD and start it manually.
2.
Follow the instructions on your screen to install the WIDEsystem software and scanner drivers. Reboot the
PC when asked to do so to complete installation.
3.
Remove the CD when done with installation.
4.
To verify correct installation of WIDEsystem: the WIDEsystem icon will be visible in your system tray.
5.
After installing WIDEsystem, install the Scan & Copy software you will be using with the scanner. Select the
required installation options for the Scan & Copy software from the WIDEsystem TOOLS CD or from a thirdparty installation CD.
IMPORTANT: During all installation steps, be sure to select “YES” if Windows asks you to allow the
software to access the network.
CAUTION: DO NOT YET CONNECT THE SCANNER TO POWER OR TO THE PC. This is to
ensure your own personal safety and to help protect your device from potential damage during
cleaning in the next steps
6.
After installing software, leave the PC ON as you perform the next steps to prepare and setup the scanner.
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Installation
Cleaning the scanner
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Clean the scanner feeding bed
Lightly clean the scanner exterior and interior to remove any dust
accumulated during transportation. Start with the feeding bed.
The feeding bed is the flat surface in front of the insertion slot. Wipe the
feeding bed thoroughly so dirt and dust are not dragged into the scan
area with the original.
Cleaning the scanner
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Open the scanner lid –
Press the lid release button
The internal scan area should be wiped clean for any dust accumulated
during packaging and shipping. The scan area is under the scanner lid
so you have to open it. The scanner lid release button is at the back of
the scanner lid.
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2.
4.
Stand at the front of the scanner.
Push down on the scanner lid and simultaneously slide the release
button towards the scanner’s center with your fingers until you feel
the lid’s latch unlock.
Use your other hand to ease the lid slowly back as you grip its edge.
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Installation
Cleaning the scanner
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Open the scanner lid –
Pull the lid all the way back
Retain your grip on the lid edge as you pull the lid backwards
towards your body. Open the scanner lid all the way back.
Cleaning the scanner
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Clean the internal scan area
Wipe the internal scan area free of dust. Use a dry lint-free cloth.
If you detect difficult smudges on the glass that cannot be wiped clean
with a dry cloth, refer to this guide’s section Cleaning the scan area for
instructions on thoroughly cleaning the scan area.
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Installation
Cleaning the scanner
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Close the scanner lid –
Close the lid after cleaning the internal scan area.
1.
Push the scanner lid back all the way down until you
hear the lid latch click.
2.
Gently try to pull the lid open to ensure that it is locked in
its “closed” position.
Connect power cable
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Connect the power cable to the scanner
Connect the scanner power cable to the scanner‘s main power connection
socket. The main power connection socket is at the scanner’s back.
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Cleaning the scanner
Installation
Connect power cable
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Connect the scanner to a power outlet.
Connect the power plug end of the scanner power cable to a power outlet.
CAUTION: The scanner is equipped with a three-wire (pin) grounding type plug. If
you cannot insert the plug into your outlet, contact your electrician to replace the plug or
outlet to ensure a grounded power connection. Do not try to defeat or ignore the purpose
of the grounding-type plug.
Scanner power ON
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Turn scanner power ON
Turn on the main power switch at the back of the scanner
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Installation
Connect USB cable
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Connect the USB interface cable to the scanner
Connect the B-connector (square shaped end) to the USB connection socket on your
scanner.
The USB connection socket is at the scanner’s back.
IMPORTANT: Do not yet connect the other end of the USB to the PC. .
Regulatory Notice: Your scanner product has been tested to comply with the EMC Standards
EN55022 and FCC, Part 15. To maintain compliance, only use the interface cables supplied with the
scanner.
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Installation
Connect USB cable to PC
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Connect the USB interface cable to the PC
1. On the PC, verify that WIDEsystem is running – the WIDEsystem icon should be
visible in your system tray.
2. If WIDEsystem is not running, locate the WIDEsystem entry under your
Programs menu and start it manually.
3. Make sure the USB cable is connected to the scanner as instructed in a
previous step.
4. Connect the A-connector end (flat end) to a USB port on your computer.
NOTE: It is recommended to use an available USB port on the back of the PC.
Using USB ports on the front can affect performance on some PC models..
Scanner installation
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The Installation Wizard starts up
1. The driver will detect the scanner and start the scanner installation wizard.
2. On first time installations, the WIDEsystem Scanner Installation Wizard should start after 20
seconds.
3. If the installation wizard does not start up, perform one or more of the following:
a. Unplug and reinsert the USB connections to scanner and PC.
b. Ensure the USB cable is connected firmly at both ends.
c. Try a different USB port on the PC.
d. Make sure the USB is inserted into the port marked for USB at the back of the
scanner.
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Installation
Scanner installation
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Windows installs the scanner
1.
Click Next and follow the instructions on your screen to install the scanner on
your PC.
2.
Most of the scanner installation process is automatic.
3.
Wait until the completion message appears
4.
Press Next when done.
IMPORTANT: During all installation steps, be sure to select “YES” if
Windows asks you to allow the software to access the network.
Scanner Installation
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Set energy-star idle time preference
On delivery, the scanner is set for automatic entry into sleep mode after a preset
idle time, i.e., the length of time the scanner is not active. The default idle time
setting for energy star compliancy is 15 minutes.
You may wish to prolong it to avoid frequent automatic shutdowns.
Set a new idle time or select do not sleep to deactivate automatic entry into
sleep mode.
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Installation
Scanner Activation
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Activate the scanner
You must activate your scanner with its licence before you can use it.
Follow the Scanner Activation Wizard instructions.
NOTE: Your supplier may have pre-activated the scanner for you. If the scanner is preactivated, the wizard will skip this step and following steps 16a, 16b.
About license keys and activation codes:
• You will need to enter your license key that came with your scanner.
• Contact you dealer if you do not have a license key.
• Online activation will only require the license key.
• Manual activation will additionally require an activation code. Activation codes can be
obtained from your dealer or through the manufacturer’s License website. Follow the
instructions Manual Activation (below) to obtain an activation code through the
manufacturer’s License website.
To activate the scanner:
1. Press the Activate button to start the activation wizard.
2. You are presented with 2 ways to activate the scanner – Online and Manual.
3. If your PC is connected to the Internet, choose Online activation, otherwise choose
Manually
4. If you chose Online, proceed to the instructions in step 16a (and skip 16b). If you chose
Manual, proceed to the instructions in step 16b (skip 16a).
IMPORTANT: During all installation steps, be sure to select “YES” if Windows asks you to
allow the software to access the network.
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Installation
Scanner Activation - Online
16a
Online activation
Online activation is very easy. You only need your license key.
When you choose Online as the activation method, the dialog shown on the top right appears.
1.
Enter you license key in the designated field.
2.
The key will be authenticated online and if valid, a green tick will appear as shown
in the dialog shown on the right-middle.
3.
Press the Activate button to continue.
4.
The Success dialog will indicate successful activation.
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Installation
Scanner Activation - Manual
16b
Manual activation
• Have your license key ready before proceeding. If you don’t have
one, contact you dealer.
• Manual activation uses an Activation Code. To produce an activation
code, you will need your license key and the scanner’s ID which is a
serial number or hardware ID. The scanner’s ID is read off the
scanner and displayed by the wizard (*1).
• You will need to access the internet (from any device). Here you can
enter the 2 values - license key and ID to get an activation code.
• Follow the instructions below:
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8.
When you choose Manual as the activation method, you will be
asked to enter an activation code in the empty field. Click Next
to obtain an activation code.
The Manual activation wizard will display instructions. Please
note the actual scanner’s ID - hardware ID or S/N (serial
number) supplied by the wizard (*1). You will need this ID to
obtain the activation code in the next steps.
Go to license.contex.com.
In the web interface titled License Activation, enter your license
key in the designated field.
Enter the scanner’s ID - hardware ID or S/N that is supplied by
the wizard as describe in step 2.
Note or copy the Activation Code produced by the
license.contex.com website (*2).
Enter or paste the activation code in the manual activation
wizard dialog (*3) and press Next.
The system will activate the scanner. Upon completion, the
system will display the success message.
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Installation
Scanner Installation
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Installation complete
The scanner has been installed correctly when you see this message.
Proceed to the final optional steps.
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Installation
Set up scanner for sharing on the network
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Set scanner for sharing on the network (Optional)
You can enable other PCs on the LAN to use the scanner. This is called “Sharing”. After activating the scanner,
You can set it up as a “shared scanner” through WIDEsystem.
1. Double -click on the WIDEsystem program icon
and select the Network tab.
2. Select the option: Share the scanner on the network.
3. Press the OK button to accept the settings.
On most LAN systems, this is all you have to do. However, some systems will require Advanced settings, such as
specific communication port numbers. Contact your LAN administrator for information regarding Advanced settings.
NOTE: Open WIDEsystem and press the <F1> key for viewing complete on-line help regarding the Network
setup procedures and options.
NOTE: PCs on the LAN that will use the scanner must be installed with WIDEsystem and compatible scan/copy
software.
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Turning the Scanner ON/OFF
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All LEDs are on during self-test
Turning the Scanner ON and OFF
Scanner ready to scan
The scanner is ready for scanning when the power LED turns green. The
scanner starts up in Wake mode (see next section).
Main power switch
The main power switch is at the back of the scanner.
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Press the left side of the switch (marked “I”) to turn the main power to
ON.
Press the right side of the switch (marked “0”) to turn the main power
to OFF.
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Self test procedure
When you turn the main power ON, the scanner runs a short self-test
procedure. This takes less than one minute. The 3 LEDs on the panel will
be on during the self-test procedure.
Scanner ready – in Wake mode.
You can leave the main power switch permanently ON and control scanner
power through its Sleep and Wake modes.
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Turning the Scanner ON/OFF
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Sleep and wake modes
With the main power switch ON, scanner power can be set in Sleep mode
and Wake mode. Sleep mode is the energy saving mode. The scanner
cannot scan when in the Sleep mode. Wake mode is the full power ON
mode for scanner operation.
The scanner will go from Wake mode into Sleep mode:
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Automatically: after a set idle time (see Sleep mode options below).
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Manually: when you hold the power button down for 3 seconds.
Scanner in Sleep mode – Power LED is orange
The scanner will go into Wake mode from Sleep mode:
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When you feed a document into the scanner.
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When you press the power button.
Hold down the power button to enter Sleep mode.
Scanner in Wake mode – Power LED is green
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Turning the Scanner ON/OFF
Sleep mode options - automatic entry and idle time
On delivery, the scanner is set for automatic entry into sleep mode after a
preset idle time, i.e., the length of time the scanner is not active. You can
prolong or shorten the idle time value to match your normal workflow.
NOTE: The option for changing the idle time will appear during
installation and therefore may have been reset by the user who installed the
scanner.
To change/set the sleep mode options:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Double -click on the WIDEsystem icon
in the system tray to open
the WIDEsystem program.
Select the Timer Tab.
Select or deselect the Enter Sleep mode automatically option.
If you do not select the Enter Sleep mode automatically option, you will
need to use the manual method for entering sleep mode.
If you do select Enter Sleep mode automatically option, proceed to the
next step to set the Idle time value.
Set the value Idle time before entering sleep. This is the number of
minutes the scanner can stand idle before entering the sleep mode on
its own.
Press Apply to download your settings into the scanner’s memory.
Sleep Mode options in the WIDEsystem program – Timer tab
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Manual activation – wake and sleep modes
With the scanner main power ON, the scanner can also be brought into
Wake and Sleep modes manually even while the Enter sleep mode
automatically option is selected.
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Wake - by pressing any button on the panel or inserting a document for
scanning.
Sleep – by pressing and holding down the power button for 3 seconds.
You can choose to disable automatic entry into Sleep mode entirely if you
want only manual activation of the sleep mode or, you can leave it enabled
and retain both manual and automatic functions.
Loading Originals
Loading Originals into the Scanner
Load, face up, at the scanner’s center
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Load your document with the image side facing upwards.
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Align the center of the document with the center arrow
marking on the scanner bed.
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Automatic loading
With automatic loading, the scanner takes the original as soon as you
insert it in the paper slot. Automatic loading is reliable for most jobs and
especially useful for batch scanning jobs.
1.
Use the standard size markings to help align the document for a
straight scan path.
5.
6.
Make sure the Paper handling option “Auto load” is set in your
scanning application.
Align the center of the document with the center arrow marking on the
scanner bed.
Push the original into the insertion slot until you feel it contact the
rollers and the Paper Ready LED lights green.
You can use automatic loading or manual loading. These loading options
are available in the scan/copy application.
NOTE: The availability of the automatic and manual loading options will
depend on your scan/copy software and its level of compatibility with the
scanner model.
Paper Ready LED green just before the paper feeds
Load the paper, face up. Hold with both hands and align the document’s center with
the scanner center marking.
7.
The scanner will grab the original automatically and move it into startscan position.
8.
A delay factor can be set in the scanning application. The delay will
give you time to control straight positioning of the document if you feel
the scanner is grabbing the original too fast.
Loading Originals
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Manual loading
Unloading the original after scan
1.
1.
Press the Paper Backward button to eject the original back to the
scanner feeding bed (towards you).
2.
Press the Paper Forward button if you wish to eject the original out
the back of the scanner.
2.
3.
4.
Make sure the Paper handling option “Manual” is set in your scanning
application.
Align the center of the document with the center arrow marking on the
scanner bed.
Push the original into the insertion slot until you feel it contact the
rollers and the Paper Ready LED lights green.
While holding the original in place with one hand, use the other hand to
press and hold down the Paper Forward button on the scanner.
When Paper Ready LED is green – press the Paper Forward button
5.
The original moves into the start-scan position.
Loading Originals
Soft Handling
The Soft-handling option can be selected in your scan application. Softhandling means that feeding and scanning are slowed down. You can use
the option with both Manual and Automatic loading.
NOTE: The availability of the soft handling load option depends on your
scan/copy software and its level of compatibility with the scanner model.
Use Soft-handling with
1. Old, curled or creased originals that trigger a paper jam. See Trouble
Shooting – Paper Jam error for correcting a paper jam error.
2. Fragile originals you want passed delicately through the drive system.
Setting the input size
The Input size defines the scan area. You enter the input size in your
application’s input size dialogs.
NOTE: The availability of the Input size options described below will
depend on your scan/copy software and its level of compatibility with the
scanner model.
3 ways to set find and set the input size:
9. Use automatic size detection - The scanner will detect the edges of
the document and calculate the input size for you.
10. Set a standard size - common standard sizes are marked on the
scanner bed. Use these markings to determine which standard size
matches the original and then select that size in the application’s input
size dialog.
11. Set the size manually for irregular sizes. Measure your document with
the inch/cm ruler on the scanner bed. Enter your width measurement in
the width setting field in your application’s input size setup dialog. You
can also measure and set a length value or choose automatic length
detection.
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Scanning
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Scanning
Batch scanning
Software applications for scanning
Batch scanning involves jobs where you want to feed and scan a whole set
of originals that require equal scan settings. The basic steps are:
Your scanner is controlled through scan, copy or imaging software installed
on your PC.
1.
Optimal full featured scanning functionality is obtainable through scan
and copy software specifically developed for compatibility with your scanner
model. See the scanner manufacturer’s website for information on scanner
software and compatible third-party applications.
Running applications from the scanner panel
Normally you would control the scanner from your PC through your scan
software user interface. However, your scanner also supports one-touch
buttons that enable you to trigger scanner compatible software from the
scanner panel. Configuration of your one-touch buttons is controlled
through WIDEsystem. Please refer to the on-line help in WIDEsystem and
your compatible scanner software for instructions.
Set your scan settings (size, type, image adjustments..) for the batch.
Your settings will apply to ALL the documents in the batch.
2. Set the scan software into Batch Mode. This will tell the scanner to start
scanning as soon as the document is fed so you don’t need to trigger
the scan.
3. Choose Automatic loading (optional) - for fast and effective loading.
Read you scan software’s on-line help pages for specific information on
batch scanning with the application.
NOTE: The availability of Batch scanning options will depend on your
scan/copy software and its level of compatibility with the scanner model.
Monitoring your scanner with WIDEsystem
You installed WIDEsystem with the scanner drivers. WIDEsystem contains
an application that monitors the scanner and reports on its functionality.
Double click the system tray’s scanner icon to open the WIDEsystem
control interface.
With WIDEsystem you can:
The one touch buttons 1, 2 and 3.
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View the scanner’s status. Move the mouse over the scanner icon on
the system tray. Status messages include whether or not the scanner is
detected, connection and runtime errors and readiness for scanning.
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View Error messages and logs. Runtime errors are reported
immediately on your screen. You can also open the Status tab and
Log tab for viewing error messages.
Scanning
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View information about the scanner device in relation to firmware
and hardware revisions. Open the Info tab.
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Install new firmware – You download new firmware to a folder on your
machine and thereafter install it on your scanner.
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Assign/reassign applications to the scanner’s one-touch-scan
buttons, or disable the one-touch-scan buttons altogether. Open the
One-Touch tab to make settings.
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Set up your scanner so it can be shared by other PC’s on the
network. Open the Scan to Net tab to make settings. See also
Installation - Share the scanner on the LAN.
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Set up your scan software so it can access shared scanners on
the network. Open the Scan to Net tab to make settings.
•
Launch the scanner calibration wizard. Open WIDEsystem and
select Calibration.
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Launch the WIDEsystem on-line help. To find instructions on trouble
shooting and using WIDEsystem with your scanner. Open
WIDEsystem and press the F1 key.
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Activate and upgrade your scanner. Open the License tab. You will
need to have a valid license for the activation/upgrade
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WIDEsystem program control interface
Maintenance
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Maintenance
About scanner maintenance
Scanner maintenance will ensure optimal performance of your scanner. There are three basic maintenance tasks:
1.
Cleaning
Keep your scanner clean – the next section describes how to thoroughly clean the internal scan area. How often you need to clean will depend on how often
and the types of media you scan. If your work primarily involves scanning newspapers and old blueprints you may need to clean more often than users who
only scan brochures and new drawings. Be sure to clean the scanner when results are not optimal. Particles of dust in the scan area can sometimes be the
sole cause of streaks in the end result.
See more under the section Cleaning the scan area
2.
Calibration
Calibrate the scanner if your output is not optimal and cleaning (above) does not remedy the problem. Calibration will align the image capture sensors and
renew the scanner’s original color and BW precision. Scanner Calibration is easy to perform. Just insert a Calibration Sheet and run the Calibration Wizard
in WIDEsystem. The rest is done by the program. Make sure the scanner is clean before calibrating.
See more under the section Scanner Calibration.
3.
Replacing the glass plate
This should be carried out when a worn glass plate affects your results. You may need a new glass plate if streaks continue to appear on the image even
after cleaning the glass. See more under the section Replacing the glass plate.
Cleaning the scan area
How often you should clean your scanner will largely depend on how much you use the scanner and the condition of your documents. Generally, be sure to
clean at least once a month and always right before important jobs that require a high degree of precision.
You must clean the following scanner parts/areas:
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2.
3.
4.
5.
The scanner bed
Glass plate
Upper precision rollers
Lower pressure rollers
Lower rubber transport rollers
NOTE: To help locate these parts on the scanner, see the Overview of key maintenance points – Cleaning on the next page.
Maintenance
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Overview - Key maintenance points - Cleaning
The illustration below shows the scanner from above with its lid open. The illustration indicates the key points (parts and areas) you need to recognize when
cleaning the scanner. Instructions regarding the cleaning tasks that involve these points follow below.
Lower rubber transport rollers,
Lower pressure rollers (long & white),
Lid latch lever – For opening lid to access scan area:
Upper precision rollers
Glass plate
Maintenance
To clean your scanner:
Cleaning the scanner
1
Turn the scanner’s main power to OFF
Press the main power switch at the back of the scanner to the OFF position (“0”).
Cleaning the scanner
2
Disconnect the scanner’s power plug
CAUTION: Always disconnect power before cleaning the scanner. This step is
to ensure your own personal safety and to help protect your device from
potential damage.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the scanner
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Clean the scanner feeding bed
Clean your scanner’s flat feed bed surface so dirt and dust are not
dragged into the scan area with the original.
Cleaning the scanner
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Open the scanner lid –
Press the lid release button
The next steps involve cleaning the scan area under the scanner lid so
you have to open it. The scanner lid release button is at the back of the
lid.
1.
6.
7.
Stand at the front of the scanner.
Push down on the lid and simultaneously slide the release button
towards the scanner’s center with your fingers until you feel the lid
latch unlock.
Use your other hand to grip the edge of the lid to ease it slowly back.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the scanner
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Open the scanner lid –
Pull the lid back
Retain your grip on the lid edge as you pull the lid backwards
towards your body. Open the scanner lid all the way back.
Cleaning the scanner
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Clean the scanner’s glass plate
Use 2 fresh and clean lint-free cloths for cleaning the glass plate. Do not reuse
the cloth you used to wipe the scanner bed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Spray/apply a mild, streak-free, glass cleaner onto a lint-free cloth.
Gently wipe the glass clean.
Dry the glass completely using the other clean, dry lint-free cloth.
Make sure that fluids to not get under the glass and that you leave the area
dry.
CAUTION: Do not spray/apply cleaner fluids directly on the glass plate or
anywhere else in the scan area.
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Cleaning the scanner
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Clean the upper precision rollers
The upper precision rollers are in the lid, aligned in two rows on each side of the
glass plate. Their function to keep the document on a straight path as it moves
forward in the scanner. The upper precision rollers are in direct contact with the
original’s ink side and thus may require extra care when cleaning.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Spray/apply a mild, streak-free, glass cleaner onto a lint-free cloth.
Gently wipe the rollers surface.
Use the cloth to turn the rollers so you wipe all sides.
Dry the rollers completely using another clean, dry lint-free cloth.
Make sure that you leave the area dry.
CAUTION: Do not spray/apply cleaner fluids directly to the rollers or
anywhere else in the scan area.
Cleaning the scanner
8
Clean the white pressure rollers
The white pressure rollers are the long rollers between the black transport
rollers. They function to hold documents flat in the scanner.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Spray/apply a mild, streak-free, glass cleaner onto a lint-free cloth.
Gently wipe the white roller’s surface.
Use the cloth to turn the rollers so you wipe all sides.
Dry the rollers completely using another clean, dry lint-free cloth.
Make sure that you leave the area dry.
CAUTION: Do not spray/apply cleaner fluids directly to the rollers or
anywhere else in the scan area.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the scanner
9
Clean the transport rollers
The transport rollers are placed in two rows on each side of the white pressure
rollers. The black transport rollers are motorized and function to move the
document through the scanner.
1. Spray/apply a mild, streak-free, glass cleaner onto a lint-free cloth.
2. Gently wipe the transport roller’s surface.
3. Use the cloth to turn the rollers so you wipe all sides. The transport rollers
are all connected on the axels so you only need to turn one to turn them all.
4. Dry the transport rollers completely using another clean, dry lint-free cloth.
5. Make sure that you leave the area dry.
CAUTION: Do not spray/apply cleaner fluids directly to the rollers or
anywhere else in the scan area.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the scanner
10
1.
2.
Close the lid
Push the scanner lid back all the way down until you hear the lid latch
click.
Gently try to pull the lid open to ensure that it is locked in its “closed”
position.
Cleaning the scanner
11
Your scanner is clean
You have completed the steps required for cleaning your scanner and the
scan area.
Plug in the scanner and turn the main power switch to ON.
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Maintenance
Scanner Calibration
Scanner calibration is very easy to perform with your WIDEsystem program. You just insert a calibration sheet and let the Calibration wizard take over.
NOTE: Be sure to clean the scanner and scan area before calibrating.
To calibrate your scanner:
Calibration
1
Turn the scanner power ON
If the main power is OFF, press the main power switch at the back of the
scanner to the ON position. If the scanner is in Sleep mode, press any
button to set it in Wake mode.
The scanner is ready for calibration when the power LED lights green.
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Maintenance
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Calibration
2
Launch the scanner calibration wizard
1.
On your PC – Double -click on the scanner icon
program.
2.
Press the Calibrate button.
in the system tray to open the WIDEsystem
Calibration
3
Select the Calibration type
Select either Camera Alignment or Full Calibration.
• Camera Alignment will align horizontal capture for correct
image stitching
• Full Calibration will perform Camera Alignment, B&W
calibration and Color calibration
Maintenance
Calibration
4
Insert the calibration sheet
During the process, the wizard will ask you to insert the Calibration Sheet
that came with your scanner. The sheet’s printed side must be inserted
face up. Align the sheet’s midpoint arrow with the scanner’s midpoint arrow
and feed the sheet into the scanner.
Click the wizard’s Next button to continue.
Calibration
5
The program calibrates the scanner
The program works in steps to analyze and correct the status of the sensors, calibrate black
and white values and calibrate color (on color scanners). The calibration sheet will be
rescanned a number of times as the program processes data.
Let the program complete the calibration steps you requested (Alignment or Complete).
The wizard will tell you when the process is finished.
1.
2.
3.
Remove the Scanner Calibration Sheet from the scanner.
Return the Scanner Calibration Sheet to its protective cover and then place it in the
storage folder.
Store the folder in a dry place and out of direct light.
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Maintenance
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Replacing the glass plate
Replacing the glass plate: During scanning, your documents move against the glass plate as they pass the scanner’s sensors. After long-term use, the glass
plate can become worn or scratched and this can affect image quality and capture precision. Changing the glass will renew your scanner and ensure optimal
results.
To replace a worn glass plate:
Replacing the glass plate
1
Turn the main power to OFF
Press the main power switch at the back of the scanner to the OFF position.
Replacing the glass plate
2
Disconnect the scanner’s power plug
CAUTION: This step is to ensure your own personal safety and to help
protect your device from potential damage.
Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
3
Open the scanner lid –
Press the lid release button
The glass plate is in the scan area under the scanner lid. You need to
open the lid to replace it.
1.
2.
3.
Stand at the front of the scanner.
Push down on the lid and simultaneously slide the release
button towards the scanner’s center with your fingers until you
feel the lid latch unlock.
Use your other hand to grip the edge of the lid to ease it slowly
back.
Replacing the glass plate
4
Open the scanner lid –
Pull the lid back
Retain your grip on the lid edge as you pull the lid backwards towards
your body. Open the scanner lid all the way back to reveal the scan
area and glass plate.
You will need to locate and recognize the key parts that you will
access for replacing the glass plate. See the overview of key parts for
glass replacement below.
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Maintenance
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Replacing the glass plate – Overview of key parts
The illustration below shows the scanner from above with its lid open. The illustration indicates the key parts and buttons you need to recognize when replacing a
worn glass plate.
The glass plate is held and locked in place with 4 small white plastic latches. Each latch can be released from the glass plate by pressing down on its
corresponding latch-release-button using its button lock. Each latch-release-button is placed in a square hole just under the latch it releases. On each latchrelease-button there is a button-lock that will firmly press down and hold the latch-release-button in one of 2 positions – latch-locked position and when reversed,
in latch-released position. Instructions follow in the next pages.
Glass plate
4 Glass plate latch release buttons and their button locks in the
square holes
4 Glass plate latches (these hold the glass plate in place)
Glass plate latch
Latch-release-button
Button-lock
Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
5
Unlock glass-plate-latch nr. 1 - remove
the button-lock
1.
2.
Stand at the front of the scanner. Start at the scanner’s right side.
Use a finger to pull out the button-lock from the rightmost square hole.
Replacing the glass plate
6
Unlock glass-plate-latch nr. 1 – Flip and
reverse the button lock
1.
Flip the button-lock over and turn it so its flat side faces the scanner as
shown in the illustration on the right.
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Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
7
Unlock glass-plate-latch nr. 1 – Reinsert the button
lock
1.
2.
Reinsert the button-lock with its flat side forward back into the hole as shown in the
illustration on the right.
As you reinsert the button-lock, rest its bottom edge on the latch-release button in
the hole and press down so that the button-lock forces the latch-release-button
downwards.
Replacing the glass plate
8
Glass-plate-latch nr. 1 unlocked
1.
2.
When fully inserted, the button-lock will hold the latch-releasebutton in its down-position.
This secures the corresponding glass plate latch in its “released”
position, thus freeing its hold on the glass at that point.
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Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
9
Unlock glass-plate-latch 2, 3, 4
1.
2.
.
Repeat steps 5 to 8 for the remaining 3 buttonlocks to set and hold their corresponding glassplate-latches in their “latch-released” positions.
When you have completed this on all 4 latches,
the glass plate will be completely free and can be
lifted out of the scanner.
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Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
10
Detach the glass plate –
Tip the glass plate edge upwards
The glass plate is now free for removal from the scanner.
1.
2.
3.
Stand at the front side of the scanner.
Insert you thumbs under the glass plate edge around the middle
area as shown in the illustration on the right.
TIP: If you can’t get your thumbs under the glass – hold the
glass in place with one hand and push the lid slightly forward so
gravity aids the action.
Tip the glass back so its two ends are free.
Replacing the glass plate
11
Detach the glass plate –
Lift the glass plate out of the scanner
1.
2.
Grip the glass edge or move your hands to each end of the
glass.
Lift the glass out of the scanner.
CAUTION: The glass plate is long and thin, and thus fragile.
Take care not to break it over the scanner.
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Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
12
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Lower new glass plate into the scanner
Pick up the new glass plate - with two hands holding the glass on each end so you avoid
touching the glass surface.
Take special care to avoid touching the glass plate’s bottom surface which normally will
not be cleaned during maintenance.
Stand at the front of the scanner as you hold the glass.
Make sure you hold the glass for insertion with the correct surface facing down. Note the
direction of the facetted edges that indicate which is the bottom surface of the glass. See
the illustration of the glass plate’s profile below.
Hold the glass so that the bottom side surface faces your body as indicated in the glass
plate’s profile view below.
Lower the new glass plate into the scanner at an angle, as shown in the glass plate’s
profile view below, so that the glass’s lower edge meets the scanner’s bottom position
groove (see next step).
CAUTION: The glass plate is long and thin and thus fragile. Take care not to break it.
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Maintenance
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Replacing the glass plate
13
Insert a new glass plate –
rest bottom edge into the bottom groove
1.
2.
3.
Bottom groove on scanner
The glass plate will rest in the scanner’s lid between the bottom and top
position grooves. Locate the glass plate’s bottom groove in the lid. This
is the groove furthest from your body when you stand at the scanner’s
front.
Place the lower edge of the glass plate so it rests in the glass plate’s
bottom groove.
Carefully tilt the upper edge (the edge closest to your body) down until
the glass plate rests in the scanner lid between the top/bottom grooves.
Glass plate lower edge
Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
14
Lock the new glass plate in place
The glass needs to be locked in place with the 4 latches.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Start at the right side.
Pull out the button lock from its hole.
The corresponding latch will move down.
Control that the latch is now holding the glass.
Replacing the glass plate
15
Relock with the button-lock– flip the button
lock over
1.
Flip the button-lock over and turn it back in its original position as shown in
the illustration on the right.
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Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
16
1.
2.
Relock all 4 buttons
Reinsert the button-lock into its hole to relock the button.
Repeat for the remaining 3 button-locks.
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Maintenance
Replacing the glass plate
15
Clean the new glass plate
Make sure you use 2 fresh and clean lint-free cloths for cleaning your new glass
plate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Spray/apply a mild, streak-free, glass cleaner onto a lint-free cloth.
Gently wipe the glass clean. Look for fingerprints and smudges that may have
been applied to the glass during replacement.
Dry the glass completely using the other clean, dry lint-free cloth.
Make sure that fluids to not get under the glass and that you leave the area dry.
CAUTION: Do not spray/apply cleaner fluids directly on the glass plate or
anywhere else in the scan area.
Replacing the glass plate
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1.
2.
3.
Glass plate replaced successfully
Close the scanner lid all the way down until you here the lid latch “click”.
Gently try to pull open the lid to ensure it is locked in the “closed” position.
Plug in the scanner and turn the main power switch to ON.
NOTE: If your results are not optimal after changing the glass plate,
try to calibrate the scanner to tune it to its new glass plate.
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Downloading new firmware
How to identify the firmware version running in the scanner?
What is Firmware?
1.
Like a computer, your scanner needs an operating system in order to work.
This operating system is called "Firmware”. Firmware runs inside the
scanner and links its processors with the PC applications running the
scanner.
2.
3.
When do I need new firmware?
4.
5.
6.
Your scanner is shipped with the latest firmware available. You can
afterwards upgrade your original firmware with newer firmware and continue
to do so as they are released. Firmware upgrades can be downloaded from
your manufacture’s website or obtained through your dealer.
Upgrade your firmware when:
1. One or more new features are released or other improvements are
made to the scanner though its firmware.
2. An error is discovered in the firmware version you have in the scanner
and your manufacturer recommends installation of new firmware in
which the error is corrected.
Start WIDEsystem –Double -click on the system tray’s WIDEsystem
program icon.
Select the Info tab.
The Info tab displays useful data about your scanner, including
firmware details.
Release - Upgradeable firmware version.
Timestamp – The date the firmware was created.
Downloaded- The date/time the current firmware was downloaded.
You can upgrade your firmware if the Release number is lower than the
newest firmware version number on your manufacture’s website.
How to install new firmware?
New firmware is installed by opening the firmware .exe file. The
firmware .exe file must first reside on your machine. Select the Save
target (or Save Link) option if downloading from the web.
To install the firmware file on your scanner:
NOTE: Your manufacture’s website specifies improvements with every
new firmware release.
1. Go to your manufacture’s website and locate the new firmware for your
scanner.
2. Download/save the firmware .exe file in a folder on your machine.
3. Double click the .exe file to start the installation wizard.
4. Follow the wizard’s instructions on your screen.
5. Installation can take up to 1 minute depending on the scanner model
and firmware version.
NOTE: Update WIDEsystem - When upgrading firmware, always
update WIDEsystem to the latest version. WIDEsystem is available on your
manufacturer’s website.
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
This section describes trouble-shooting procedures for the most common issues that can arise with your scanner. Please look for a problem description that
matches your actual situation. If found, perform the recommended trouble-shooting procedures before requesting a service call.
How are errors reported on your system
The scanner panel’s Error Indicator will blink when the scanner detects an error. WIDEsystem will report the nature of
the error on your screen.
Correcting common errors
1.
2.
3.
The actual nature and cause of the error may be reported immediately through a message on your screen. If not,
open WIDEsystem (double--click the WIDEsystem icon
on your system tray) and select the Status tab to view
additional information about the error.
The information on your screen may include instructions and actions to remedy the error. Follow the instructions on
your screen.
Look for a description of the error and remedy in this users guide’s trouble shooting section. Follow the instructions
provided.
Technical assistance
In some cases you may need technical assistance. You should contact your service provider if one or more of the following cases is true:
a. … the error cannot be remedied through the action suggested on your PC screen.
b. … the error and its remedy is not described in this users guide.
c. … the system fails to report the error on your screen.
Before calling technical assistance prepare the following:
1. Write down your scanner model name and serial number. The serial number is
printed on a label on the back of the scanner.
2. Write down your Firmware version. See the section How to identify the firmware
version running in the scanner?.
NOTE: Your manufacture’s website contains service provider contact information.
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Problems Related to Scanner Installation
Problem
Possible Causes and Remedies
•
“Unknown device is found“ message.
•
•
•
No functional drivers found – yellow error
icon on scanner in Device Manager
WIDEsystem does not detect the scanner.
Your interface is not enabled on the PC or set up correctly. Control that the Windows device manager lists the interface option
and that its drivers function correctly.
WIDEsystem drivers were not installed before connecting the scanner. Shut down the scanner and PC, unplug power and
USB connections and restart the installation from step 1 as described in the installation section of this guide. If you continued
installation before installing WIDEsystem, see the troubleshooting instructions below.
Loose interface connection – on both ends, unplug and then firmly plug-in the interface cable.
System needs rebooting - shut down the scanner and PC, unplug power and USB connections. Then plug in the USB
connections and turn on the PC. When Windows is loaded, plug in the scanner power and turn on the scanner main power
switch.
If you connected and tried to install the scanner before installing WIDEsystem, the “unknown device found message” will appear. If
you ignored this and continued to step through the dialogs from there, the scanner will be entered on the system as a new device
without functional drivers. If this is the case, the scanner will be displayed in the Windows Device Manager with a yellow error icon.
The scanner entry must be removed from the Device manager before re-installing correctly.
1. In the Device Manager - remove the scanner entry.
2. Shut-down the PC, shut down and unplug the scanner, disconnect the scanner from the PC.
3. Perform the installation from step 1 as described in the installation section of this guide. Be sure to install WIDEsystem before
connecting the scanner.
•
•
•
•
•
The scanner may be in sleep mode. Press the power button to wake up the scanner.
The WIDEsystem driver version installed on your PC is older than your scanner model. Install the WIDEsystem drivers from
the WIDEsystem TOOLS CD-ROM that came with your scanner. If not available, download the newest version from your
manufacturer’s website or contact your dealer to obtain the right WIDEsystem version.
WIDEsystem drivers were not installed before connecting the scanner. Shut down the scanner and PC, unplug the
connections and restart the installation from step 1 as described above.
Loose interface connection – on both end, unplug and then firmly plug-in the interface cable.
System needs rebooting - shut down the scanner and PC, unplug the connections. Then plug in the interface connections,
turn on the PC and when Windows is loaded, turn on the scanner.
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Problems Related to Operation of the Scanner
Problem
Possible Causes and Remedies
Error Indicator LED blinking
An error was detected.
The error may be reported immediately through a message on your screen. If not, open WIDEsystem (scanner icon on your
system tray) and select the Status tab to view additional information about the error. Perform one of the following:
•
The information on your screen may include instructions and actions to remedy the error. Follow the instructions on your
screen.
•
Look for a description of the error in this users guide. Follow the instructions provided.
•
In some cases you may need technical assistance. You should contact your service provider if one or more of the following
cases is true:
a. … the error cannot be remedied through the action suggested on your PC screen.
b. … the error and its remedy is not described in this users guide.
c. … the system fails to report the error on your screen.
Need to contact Technical assistance
In order to get the best and fastest solution to your problem, you should prepare as much information as possible before calling
your service provider for technical assistance. Your manufacture’s website contains service provider contact information.
See instructions above.
Trouble Shooting
Error message: Paper Jam
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You know a Paper jam error has occurred when the scanner stops scanning and the Paper-Ready LED shuts OFF (from blinking)
while the document is still engaged in the drive system. Your software will report the Paper Jam error. To remedy:
1.
2.
3.
Eject the document from the scanner. Press and hold down the Paper-Backwards or the Paper-Forward key.
If the document does not eject/respond to pressing the keys, you will need to open the scanner lid to remove it.
Simultaneously press the lid release buttons towards the scanner’s center with your fingers until you feel them unlock. Use
your other fingers to grip the edge of the lid.
Open the lid – Press the lid release button.
4.
With one hand, pull the lid backwards to open and use the other hand to pull out the document so it comes completely free of
the scanning area.
Hold the lid open and remove the document.
5.
6.
7.
Close the lid.
When the scanner is ready again, reload the document again to scan.
If you still get a paper jam error, repeat the steps above but select the Soft-handling option in your software before reloading.
Trouble Shooting
Scanner Calibration
error message:
Stitching …. failed
Application control keys (one touch) do not
work
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This message may appear when running the Calibration wizard.
1. The most common cause is a dirty or smudged glass plate. Clean the scanning area, reboot the scanner and then complete
the calibration steps as described in the section Calibration in this guide.
2. If the problem persists after cleaning the scanning area - The problem could be caused by a loose object in the optical path.
Remove any torn pieces of paper or other loose objects from the scanning area. Even the smallest loose objects will disturb
the scanner’s adjustment function.
3. Summon your technical service provider if the problem persists.
1.
2.
3.
Can’t operate or contact scanner after
Firmware upgrade failure.
Check the One Touch setup entries in WIDEsystem. Click on the scanner icon
to open WIDEsystem and select the One
Touch tab. View WIDEsystem Help for instructions.
Check that the applications defined in the WIDEsystem One Touch setup entries are installed on your PC
Make sure that the applications defined in the WIDEsystem One Touch setup entries are actually designed to work with
(compatible with) your scanner’s application control keys. See the application’s documentation or contact the application
software dealer.
A power failure could interrupt an ongoing firmware upgrade process. The scanner will not run correctly after an interrupted
firmware update process. Only part of the intended firmware may be loaded, rendering the scanner inaccessible. You need reboot
the scanner to Safe Mode to reapply the firmware.
Restart the scanner. If the scanner detects corrupted firmware, it will start up in Safe Mode.
Confirm Safe Mode: Open WIDEsystem – double-click the WIDEsystem scanner icon on your system tray. The “Scanner:” field
should show “Scanner is in Safe Mode”.
Follow the steps for firmware installation.
NOTE: Safe Mode is only for repairing a corrupted or interrupted firmware installation. Do not attempt to use the scanner
when it is in Safe Mode.
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Problems Related to the Scanning Results
Problem
Possible Causes and Remedies
1.
Entire image is not scanned
2.
Stitching problems – Image sections
misaligned (at points between the sensors
-overlapping pixels)
One or more thin vertical lines (in the
direction of paper feeding) show up in the
scanned image, but not in the original
drawing.
1.
2.
3.
Check in your scanning application that your size settings are either for Auto detection or correspond to the size of the whole
original.
Check in your scanning application that you are loading the original correctly. Be sure to align the center of the original with
the scanner’s center arrow marking.
Remove the original from the scanner and calibrate the scanner.
The Alignment Calibration includes correction of stitching errors.
If the problem persists after calibration – Your sensors may need readjusting. Summon your technical service provider.
This is often caused by an unclean glass plate. Even a single spec of dirt in the wrong spot on the glass plate can apply a streak
along your entire scan. To remedy:
1. Clean your glass plate and rollers as described in this users’ guide.
2. Most dirt on the glass plate is introduced by the documents that are passed against it. Wipe clean the document with a dry
lint-free cloth before feeding the document into the scanner.
3. If the problem persists after cleaning, start WDEsystem and calibrate the scanner. The scanner may have memorized dirt
specs and you need to recalibrate after dirt-removal.
4. If the problem persists after cleaning and calibration –Check the glass plate for scratches. A damaged glass plate should be
replaced. Obtain a new glass plate from your service provider. Follow the steps in the user’s guide to replace the glass plate
with a new one.
5. A damaged calibration sheet can also cause streaks. Obtain a new sheet and recalibrate the scanner.
Appendixes
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Appendixes
Important safety instructions
Read all of these instructions and save them for later use. Follow all
warnings and instructions marked on the scanner.
A. Do not place the scanner on an unstable surface, stand, cart or table.
Serious damage can be caused if the unit falls.
B. When cleaning, do not spray/apply liquid cleaners directly onto the
scanner parts. Apply liquids to your cloth and then use the dampened cloth
to clean.
C. Before cleaning or replacing any user-replaceable parts, be sure to
turn the scanner power off and disconnect the power plug.
D. The scanner should be operated from the power source type indicated
on the marking label. If you are unsure of the type of power available,
consult your dealer or local power company.
E. The scanner is intended for use on IT, TT and TN power distribution
systems, and is equipped with a three-wire grounding type plug. This plug
will fit only into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature which
relies on building installation. If you are unable to insert the plug into the
outlet contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat
or ignore the purpose of the grounding-type plug.
F. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate the
scanner where persons will walk on the cord.
G. If an extension cord is used with the scanner, make sure that the total
ampere ratings of the products plugged into the extension cord does not
exceed the extension card ampere rating. Make sure that the total rating of
*+all products plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed 15 amperes.
H. Slots or openings in the cabinet at the back or bottom are provided for
ventilation. This ensures reliable operation of the product and protects it
from overheating. These openings must never be blocked or covered. The
openings should never be blocked by placing the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or
other similar soft surface. This product should never be placed near or over
a radiator or heat register. This product should not be placed in a built-in
installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
I. Never push objects of any kind into the scanner through cabinet slots
since they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could
result in a risk of fire or electrical shock. Avoid any possibility of spilling
liquid of any kind on the scanner.
J. Do not attempt to service the scanner yourself. Opening or removing
those covers requiring tools may expose you to dangerous voltage points or
other risks. Refer all servicing in those compartments to authorized service
personnel.
K. Unplug the scanner from the wall outlet and refer servicing to authorized
service personnel under the following conditions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
If liquid has been spilled into the scanner.
If the scanner has been exposed to rain or water.
If the scanner does not operate normally when operating
instructions are followed then adjust only those controls covered
by the instructions in this manual. Improper adjustment of controls
other than those mentioned in this manual may result in permanent
damage and will at best require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore this product to its normal operation.
If the scanner has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
If the scanner exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating
a need for service.
Appendixes
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Toxic or Hazardous Substances or Elements
Regulations
有毒有害物质或元素名称及含量
FCC Regulations
Part
Name
USA
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Caution: Pursuant to Part 15.21 of the FCC Rules, any changes or
modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer may cause
harmful interference and void the use's authority to operate the equipment.
CE Regulations
EU
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may
cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures.
VCCI Regulations
Japan
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A product according to Agreement of VCCI:2008 (CISPR 22).
部件名称
Toxic or hazardous Substances and Elements 有毒有害物质或元素
Lead
(Pb)
铅
Mercury Cadmium Hexavalent Polybrominated Polybrominated
(Hg)
(Cd)
Chromium biphenyls
diphenyl ethers
(Cr (VI))
(PBB)
(PBDE)
汞
镉
O
O
六价铬
多溴联苯
多溴二苯醚
O
O
O
Scanner
荧光灯管
O
O: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the
homogeneous materials for this part is below the limit requirement in SJ/T113632006.
表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在SJ/T113632006标准规定的限量要求以下。
X: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the
homogeneous materials used for this part is above the limit requirement in
SJ/T11363-2006.
表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 SJ/T113632006标准规定的限量要求。
(Enterprises may further provide in this box technical explanation for marking “X”
based on their actual conditions.
企业可在此处根据实际情况对上表中打“ X”的技术原因进行进一步说明。)
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