EUR-USA v8.0 USER MANUAL
EUR-USA v8.0
USER MANUAL
America:
Digital Centre America, Inc.
14271 SW 120th Street Unit #109
USA, Miami, FL 33186
Sales:
Ph: +1.305.387.5005
[email protected]
Europe:
Digital Centre
Pol. Ind. Sant Isidre
C/ Puigmal, 20-22 St. Fruitós
08272, BARCELONA. Spain
Ph: +34.938.748.158
[email protected]
Tech Support:
Ph: +1.305.387.5115
[email protected]
www.digital-centre.com
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Copyright and Trademarks
This manual contains materials protected under International copyright Laws. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted or transcribed without the
expressed written permission of the manufacturer and author of this manual.
The information of the products in this manual is subject to change without prior notice and
does not represent a commitment on the part of the vendor. Who assumes no liability or
responsibility for any errors that appear in this manual.
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CONTENTS
1. Safety Instructions---------------------------------------------------------------------6-7
2. Specifications------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
3.Unpacking· Installation------------------------ -------------------------------------9-10
4.Features-------------------------------------------------------------------------------10
4.1 Service Control Panel-------------------------------------------------10
4.2 Power Switch------------------------------------------------------------10
5. Connections---------------------------------------------------------------------------11-16
5.1 Control Board-----------------------------------------------------------11
5.2 RJ45 Ethernet (internet)--------------------------------------------12
5.3 PC wiring-----------------------------------------------------------------13
5.4 PC wiring to Control Board---------------------------------------13
5.5 Printer----------------------------------------------------------------------14
5.6 General--------------------------------------------------------------------15
5.7 Monitor--------------------------------------------------------------------16
6.Printer----------------------------------------------------------------------------------17-28
7.Playing--------------------------------------------------------------------------29-38
8.Customized----------------------------------------------------------------------39-58
8.1 Structure--------------------------------------------------------------39-40
8.2 Logo-------------------------------------------------------------------41-42
8.3 Welcome /Bye-----------------------------------------------------43-47
8.4 Text---------------------------------------------------------------------48-49
8.5 Music----------------------------------------------------------------------50
8.6 Frames----------------------------------------------------------------51-56
8.7 Advertising Photos------------------------------------------------57-58
9.Uploading------------------------------------------------------------------------------59
10.Downloading---------------------------------------------------------------------------60
11.Setup menu-------------------------------------------------------------------------61-71
11.1 Products & Prices------------------------------------------------------62
11.1.1 Extra Copies------------------------------------------63
11.2 Rentals---------------------------------------------------------------------64
11.3 Customize----------------------------------------------------------64-68
11.3.1Logo--------------------------------------------65
11.3.2 Text------------------------------------------------------66
11.3.3 Date----------------------------------------------------66
11.3.4 Welcome/Bye--------------------------------------67
11.3.5 Frames-------------------------------------------------68
11.4 Options--------------------------------------------------------------69-70
11.5 Camera------------------------------------------------------------------71
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12.Internet------------------------------------------------------------------------------72-74
12.1 Player. Get your picture----------------------------------------72-73
12.2 Owner.Prepare USB-Stick/Event----------------------------73-74
13.Troubleshooting----------------------------------------------------------------75-90
13.1 Uploading the logo--------------------------------------------78-79
13.2 Hard Drive---------------------------------------------------------80-83
13.3 Boot DVD--------------------------------------------------------------84
13.4 Dongle Error----------------------------------------------------------85
13.5 Camera Error---------------------------------------------------------86
13.6 Touch Screen Error---------------------------------------------------86
13.7 Printer Error--------------------------------------------------------87-88
13.8 No signal---------------------------------------------------------------89
13.9 Control Board Error------------------------------------------------90
14.Characteristics-----------------------------------------------------------------91-98
14.1 Control Board Diagrams------------------------------------------91
14.2 Decals -------------------------------------------------------------92-93
14.3 Spare Diagrams-------------------------------------------------94-95
14.4 Parts List------------------------------------------------------------96-98
15.Notes----------------------------------------------------------------------------------99
16.Annex 1: myphotocode.com Tutorial-----------------------------------100-121
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1-Safety INSTRUCTIONS
The following directions must be followed carefully for safe use, to prevent personal
injuries, and damage to the equipment.
Please read this entire manual before initial use and store it in a convenient location
for on easy access.
WARNING: To ensure safe operation, observe specifications, notices and cautions in
this document. Digital Centre Accepts no liability for damage or injuries from improper
use of this product.
WARNING: Prevent electrical shock and equipment damage. Before connecting or
disconnecting cables and/or changing the paper, disconnect power cord from the
A/C outlet.
WARNING: Prevent shock hazard and damage. Only plug the power cord into a
220 volts (110 volts for USA) grounded A/C outlet.
WARNING: Do not touch exposed wires or moving parts such as power supply modules
and the control board. Touching these parts could cause electric shock or other injury,
data loss, and/or printer malfunction.
WARNING: Only use Mitsubishi CK9046(DC) paper / ink ribbon set in the printer. Use of
other paper / ink ribbon will cause software malfunction, poor image quality, and/or
printer damage.
WARNING: Do not touch the thermal print head, or head area of the printer. The print
head operates at an extremely hot temperature. Touching it might cause burns or
other injury.
WARNING: Follow the directions in the Mitsubishi manual when cleaning the printhead.
Do not use cotton, wool or other fabric swabs. The lint left behind poses a fire hazard.
NOTICE: Read additional Warnings in Mitsubishi Printer Manual.
WARNING: The printers are not interchangeable.
DANGER: Tipping Hazard! Photo Booth may pose danger to small children
and/or pets. Unplug the power cord from the A/C outlet immediately if the Photo
Booth tips over.
WARNING: Use only original parts from Digital Centre.
Use only original parts from Digital Centre. Use only original parts for your photo
booth from Digital Centre. Non original parts may compromise the use of the photo
booth and may create a malfunction and cause serious damage. Using different
components, changing wiring, or altering the photo booth in any fashion will void
the warranty.
Digital Centre is unable to assist any customer that has changed, modified, or altered
the photo booth using non original parts. We cannot provide a guarantee or service
for products that are not original parts from Digital Centre.
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Danger: Power Off the Photo Booth immediately if any of the following occurs:
· Smoke
· Unusual Odor
· Unusual Noise
· Water or other Liquids spill inside the Photo Booth
· Physical Damage
Danger: Do not place or store the Photo Booth in wet or extremely humid areas, in direct
sunlight, near an open flame or heater, and/or swimming pools. Avoid Condensation.
Danger: Operate the Photo Booth in locations with ambient temperatures of 5°C – 40°C
(41°F – 104°F)
Danger: Install the Photo Booth on a flat, even and, clean surface.
Danger: Repairs should only be made by qualified technicians.
WARNING: Indoor Use Only
MAINTENANCE: Cleaning: Use only a clean, dry, soft cloth. If necessary use a damp cloth
and/or neutral detergent. Do not use window cleaner or any other alkaline cleaners.
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2-Specifications
CLOSED
193 cm / 76 inches
193 cm / 76 inches
OPEN
76
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76
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Power Supply: AC 220V 50/60 Hz
(110V for USA)
Power Consumption: 260W
Weight = 222 Kg / 490 lbs.
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Nominal fuse rating= 6 Amps
Monitor: LCD Touch Monitor 22”
Printer: Mitsubishi CP9550 Dye
Sublimation Photo Printer
Specifications may change at any time without prior notice.
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3-Unpacking · Installation
These are the accessories included with your new Digital Centre Photo Booth:
Manual
Power Cord
Keys
Boot DVD
Warning: Movement of the photo booth requires assistance from two or more people.
· Unwrap and remove all packaging materials. Remove screws and metal holding plates
that attach the Photo Booth to the skid.
· Access to the printer and the USB port of the computer is on the right side of the seat.
Unlock and open this side service door and then remove the protective polystyrene foam
block before first use.
· The keys for the service door, service panel, manuals, and power cord are located in the
picture chute on the right side of the Photo Booth.
· Inspect the wiring harnesses for disconnected plugs.
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Plug the power cord into the
socket underneath the Photo
Booth. Slide the power switch to
the “ON” position.
Adjust the height of the four metal legs once the final location for
the booth has been established.
The screws are underneath the
cabin next to the wheels.
4-FEATURES
4.1 Service Control Panel
1
2
3
4
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VOLUME MENU ACCOUNTS CREDIT COUNTER
1. Volume Control lever.
2. Menu (Yellow Button): It enters setup Menu and allows options such as pricing, logos, camera adjustments, and features to be changed.
3. Accounts (Black Button): It prints detailed vending
report including number of prints available.
4. Credit (Red Button)
5. Coin Counter
4.2 Power Switch
The Power Switch is located
underneath the cabin. It
contains a Fuse and a power
cord socket.
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5-connections
5.1 CONTROL BOARD
CONTROL BOARD (DC-EVO-V3.0)
JP6
Control keybord
Panel Cables
JP10 LEDS
JP7 Bill
Acceptor
Coin Acceptor
JP1
Coin
counter
JP5
Chip Atmel
JP9
JP8
Serial Cable
to PC RS232
CN1
Power 115V-USA
or 230V-EUR
Jack Stereo
to PC
POTEN R24
JP3 Speaker
Fuse 1A
F1
RS232. Serial Cable. From Control Board to PC.
JP7. Bill Acceptor Cable. From Control Board to Bill Acceptor.
CN1 Power Supply at 230 volts (115 volts for USA).
Jack Stereo. From Control Board to PC
F1. We need 1A fuse here to run the Control Board.
JP3. Speakers. JP3 gives us the volume control.
POTENT R24: We connect here the main cable from Control Board to
Push Buttons + Speakers.
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5.2 rJ45 ETHERNET (internet)
P.9 Cable RJ45 ethernet (internet)
(Not included)
Internet connection
· Check the distance between the internet connection and the position of your
photobooth in the room.
· Ensure you have a RJ45 ethernet cable
that is long enough.
· Pull out the back door
· Take the cable (RJ45 ethernet) and plug it
into the ethernet “hold” of your PC.
WARNING:
· The cable just can only be plugged into
one position.
P.9
P.9 Cable RJ45 ethernet
(internet)
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5.3 PC WIRING
P.9
P.5
P.1
P.6
P.10
P.2
P.7
P.11
P.4
P.3
P.8
P.1 Main Power Cable
P.2 Serial Cable From Control Board to PC M/F. (56 cm - Inch 22,04)
P.3 Jack Stereo Cable. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
P.4 VGA Cable M/M (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
P.5 Empty
P.6 Empty
P.7 USB Extension AM/AF From Dongle to PC. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
P.8 USB Cable From Printer to PC AM/BM. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
P.9 Cable RJ45 ethernet (internet)
P.10 USB Extension AM/AF From Camera to PC. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
P.11 USB Cable From Touch Monitor to PC. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
5.4 PC WIRING to control board
P.2
P.1
P.3
P.2
P.1
P.1 Main Power Cable
P.2 Serial Cable From Control Board to PC M/F. (56 cm - Inch 22,04)
P.3 Jack Stereo Cable. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
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5.5 PRINTER
P.7
P.8
P.1
PRINTER WIRING
P.1 Main Power Cable
P.7 USB Extension AM / AF From
Dongle to PC.
(180 cm - Inch 70,87)
P.8 USB Cable From Printer to PC.
(180 cm - Inch 70,87)
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5.6 general
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P.7
P.8
9
P.1
5
4
10
6
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COMPONENTS
1. Printer Mitsubishi CP9550DW-DC.
2. PC HP C2D
3. PC HP Holder. (RAW METAL)
4. Control Board.
5. Wood Printer Base. PNG (RAW)
6. Wood PC Base. PNG (RAW)
7. Wood Holder For PC. PNG (RAW)
8. Wood Holder For Printer. PNG (RAW)
9. Printer Holder CP9550DC. (RAW METAL)
10. Transformer 2A 12V
11. Cable From Control Board to Service Panel
Push Buttons + 2 Speakers
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PC WIRING
P.1 Main Power
Cable
P.7 USB Extension AM / AF
From Dongle to PC.
(180 cm - Inch 70,87)
P.8 USB Cable From Printer
to PC. (180 cm - Inch
70,87)
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2
GENERAL WIRING
A. Service Control
Panel Model 1
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5.7 monitor
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28
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20
22
26
16
13
P.1
30
15
29
12
19
25
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P.11
18
P.4
14
14
P.1
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A
COMPONENTS
12. LCD Touch Monitor.
13. Full HD Camera.
14. Speakers 8 Ohm 5W.
(10 cm - Inch 3,94)
15. Ballast 13W
16. Ballast 36W
17. Light Bulbs 9W
18. Lamp Holder 9W
19. Lateral Light Body. (RAW METAL)
20. Light Bulbs 36W
21. Lamp Holder 36W
22. Top Light Body. (RAW METAL)
23. Light Starter
24. Touch Monitor 22” AC Adapter 12V
25. Lateral Light Diffuser Holder.(RAW METAL)
26. Top Light Diffuser Holder. (RAW METAL)
27. Lateral Light Plastic Diffuser (WHITE)
(26,5x7x0,3 cm - Inch 10,43x2,76x0,12)
28. Top Light Plastic Diffuser (WHITE)
(52x9,5x0,3 cm - Inch 20,47x3,74x0,12)
29. Fixing Camera Back Holder. (RAW METAL)
30. Fixing Camera Metal Base. PNGV&N (BLACK)
PC WIRING
P.1 Main Power Cable.
P.4 VGA Cable From
Touch Monitor to PC.
(180 cm - Inch 70,87).
P.11 USB Cable From
Touch Monitor to PC.
(180 cm - Inch 70,87)
GENERAL WIRING
A. Service Control
Panel Model 1
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6-PRINTER
WARNING: The printers are not interchangeable
· Protective Measures
This printer is designed to operate with Photo Booth systems. Do not remove any
inside components. Do not try to repair or manipulate it. Before printing, install an
Ink sheet and paper.
Never insert any object into the unit.
Foreign objects of any kind inserted into this unit is safety hazard and can cause
extensive damage.
Do not place anything on the digital color printer.
Heavy objects placed on the digital color printer can cause damage or obstruct
proper ventilation.
Do not remove the cabinet.
Touching internal parts is dangerous, and may lead to malfunction. Contact the
sales dealer to carry out internal checks and adjustments. Before opening the
cover for eliminating a jammed paper, etc ... , be sure to disconnect the power
cord plug.
When transporting the unit.
When transporting the unit, remove the ink sheet and print paper from the unit.
Be careful around print paper exit slot.
Do not insert your hand or any material into the paper exit slot during printing.
Do not touch the cutter blade inside the paper exit slot. Otherwise, your finger will
be injured.
Do not touch the thermal head.
Do not touch the thermal head (located inside the unit).
The thermal head is heated to a high temperature. This may cause injury.
Ink sheet and paper print supply.
Use only the ink sheet and paper supplied by Digital Centre, otherwise the Photo
Booth system will not work, and Digital Centre does not assume any responsibility
for damages or injuries.
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Features & Functions
FRONT PANEL
1· POWER BUTTON
Use to switch the power ON and
OFF.
Press to turn on power. Press again
to turn off power.
2· PRINT OUTLET
The printed paper comes out here.
3· DOOR OPEN BUTTON
When you press this button while
the power is on,the door will open
in about five seconds.
4· DOOR
Open this door when installing print
paper or ink ribbon. Press the DOOR
OPEN button 4 to open the door.
5· POWER INDICATOR
When the power is turned on, the
indicator illuminates.
When a paper jam occurs or when
the door is open.
6· PAPER/INK RIBBON INDICATOR
When an error concerning the ink
ribbon or print paper occurs, this
indicator illuminates or blinks
7· DATA INDICATOR
This indicator blinks during data
transfer. It illuminates during
printing.
8· READY INDICATOR
This indicator illuminates when this
unit is ready to accept the data. It
also illuminates during data transfer. It blinks during print canceling
procedure.
9· COOLING INDICATOR
When the unit is overheated, this indicator blinks.
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10· CANCEL BUTTON
Press this button for more than 1 second to cancel continuous printing.
After the ongoing printing at the time
this button is pressed is completed,the
printing process is canceled.
11· FEED & CUT BUTTON
When you keep pressing this button
for more than 1 second, the print paper is fed and cut.
SIDE AND REAR PANEL
1· USB TERMINAL
Use to connect the USB cable.
2· DIP SWITCHES
Never touch it.
3· HANDLE FOR TRANSPORTING
When transporting this unit, hold this
handle and the lower front part of this
unit.
4· POWER SOCKET (AC LINE)
Use to connect the provided power
cord. Insert the cord firmly.
Before Operation
BEFORE PRINTING
1 Install the print paper to this unit. (See below.)
2 Install the ink ribbon to this unit.
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INSTALLATION OF PRINT PAPER
· SPACERS
The spacers are attached to the paper flanges. For the
necessity of the spacers, see the Quick Setup Guide. Remove the cushions put between the paper flange and
spacer when using them.
How to attach and remove the spacers
1. Turn the spacer until the latches are unlocked.
2. Remove the spacer with the paper flange’s stoppers
retracted.
When you use the print paper with the correct spacers
that have to be used, attach the spacers to the paper
flanges by reversing the removal procedure as shown on
right.
1
Attach the supplied paper flanges to both sides of the print
paper. When you pinch the latches on the paper flange,
the stoppers retract into the shaft. Attach the flanges to
the print paper with the stoppers retracted. Make sure
that the flanges are attached to the print paper securely,
and release the latches.
NOTE
· Be careful not to pinch your fingers.
· Do not remove the sticker on the print paper yet.
· Do not slack the paper. Any slack in the print pa- per may degrade the print quality.
CAUTION
· When placing the print paper, remove one flange and keep the print paper upright on its side with no flange.
· When you put the print paper sideways, it may roll and fall. This may cause injury.
NOTE
· Do not touch the thermal head.
· Fingerprints or dust on the thermal head will degrade
the print quality.
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Before Operation
2
Press the POWER button to
turn on the power.
3
Press the DOOR OPEN button
to open the door.
Take the ink cassette in the
printer out.
4
Install the print paper into the
unit. Make sure to install the
print paper firmly.
Thermal head (Inside)
Direction of paper
insertion
NOTE
Install the print paper into the unit slowly. If it is dropped along the ditches, the unit or
accessories may be damaged.
CAUTION
Do not touch the thermal head right after printing because it is extremely hot.
Otherwise you may get burned or injured.
NOTE
Note that the thermal head is quite sensitive to static electricity. When you touch the
thermal head while carrying static electricity on your body, the thermal head may
be damaged.
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Before Operation
Print paper
Roller
Black cover
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Remove the sticker, insert the print paper between the rollers as shown above, and feed
the print paper until it reaches the black cover.
Remove the sticker before inserting the print paper between rollers. Make sure to insert
the paper straight.
NOTE
· Keep the roller clean.
· Dirt on the roller may degrade the print quality.
NOTE
· When taking the print paper out, pull it up toward you.
· Make sure to turn on the power before replacing the print paper.
· Make sure to eliminate any slack from the print paper. If you carry out the following
steps without eliminating the slack, the print paper may be damaged.
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INSTALLATION OF INK RIBBON
INSTALLING THE INK RIBBON
After installing the print paper, load the ink ribbon in the ink cassette.
Then install the ink cassette into this unit.
NOTE
· Place the ink cassette on a flat surface, when loading the ink ribbon.
· Select a place that is free of dust when loading the ink ribbon. Dust or dirt settling on the ink ribbon results in poor print quality.
· Make sure that the shafts of the ink ribbon fit into the ink cassette firmly.
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INSTALLING THE INK CASSETTE
1· Place the ink cassette containing the ink ribbon in the position as shown above.
Place the ink cassette on the print paper with the shaft (thicker one) around which the
ink ribbon is wound located to the front. Align the arrows marked on the sides of ink
cassette with those on the unit. Place the rear of the ink cassette along the guides that are
provided inside the unit.
Make sure to set the ink ribbon roller to the ditches firmly. Turn the ivory roller to eliminate
any slack.
Thermal head (Inside)
Arrows
Guides
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Before Operation
2· Push the ink cassette toward the back of the unit.
Hold the handle of the ink cassette and push it straight toward the back of the unit.
Then raise it until you hear a click to secure it in the ink cassette holder.
NOTE
If the ink ribbon is used up, repeat the steps 1 and 2 to replace the print paper and the
ink ribbon.
Thermal head (Inside)
3· Push the center of the door to close.
The print paper setting is initialized two minutes after you close the door.
When the auto feed & cut mode has been selected, the FEED & CUT procedure is repeated
three times after you close the door. When the print paper with the post card printing on its
reverse side is installed, the FEED & CUT procedure is repeated five times.
NOTE
· When closing the door, push it until a click is heard.
· If the PAPER/INK RIBBON indicator illuminates when the door is closed, the print paper may have not been installed correctly.
In this case, open the door to make sure that the print paper has been installed
correctly. Then close the door again.
· On the auto feed & cut mode, when the print paper is installed more than three times,
the print paper may be used up earlier than the ink ribbon.
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When the manual & cut mode has been selected
When the manual feed & cut mode has been selected, hold down the FEED & CUT
button for 1 second or longer. Repeat the manual feed & cut three times. When the print
paper with the postcard printing on its reverse side is installed, repeat this procedure five
times.
To select the auto feed & cut mode, see “Setting of the DIP switches”
Installation of the print paper and the ink ribbon is completed.
NOTE
· Make sure to replace the print paper and the ink ribbon at the same time.
· When replacing them, throw away the paper chips in the paper strip bin.
Error Messages & Countermeasures
OVERCOMING PAPER JAMS
1· Press the DOOR OPEN button to open the door.
Make sure that the power is turned on before
opening the door.
If the door does not open, turn off the power and
turn it on again.
Then press the DOOR OPEN button again
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2· Remove the ink cassette.
Push down the ink cassette as
shown by the arrow 1 and pull it
out.
3· Take out the print paper.
When taking the print paper
out, pull it up toward you.
4· Cut off the defective part of the print paper
with scissors.
NOTE
Make sure to cut off the printed part of the print
paper. Failure to do this may result in the ink ribbon
sticking to the print paper and being torn.
5· Install the print paper and the ink cassette with
the ink ribbon.
6· Push the center of the door to close.
The print paper setting is initialized two minutes after you close the door.
When the auto feed & cut mode has been selected, the FEED & CUT procedure is repeated three
times after you close the door. When the print paper with the postcard printing on its reverse side is
installed, the FEED & CUT procedure is repeated
five times.
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When the manual feed & cut mode has been
selected, hold down the FEED & CUT button for 1
second or longer. Repeat the manual feed & cut
three times. When the print paper with the
postcard printing on its reverse side is installed,
repeat this procedure five times.
For how to select the auto feed & cut mode, see
“Setting of the DIP switches”
Cleaning
Cleaning as indicated below will help maintain stable
printer operation and extend the printer’s life.
Preparations:
Alcohol (isopropyl alcohol)
Tissue paper (Fold in half about four times, and use the
folded side to clean.)
Other : Cleaner pen (option)*, Cleaning ribbon (option)*
* Please ask the dealer about options.
PREPARATIONS FOR CLEANING
1 Press the POWER button to turn on the power.
2 Press the DOOR OPEN button to open the door.
3 Remove the ink cassette.
4 Take out the print paper.
5 Press the POWER button to turn off the power.
Make sure to turn off the power before cleaning.
THERMAL HEAD CLEANING
Clean the heat-generating part below the thermal head.
Wipe the head cleaning part carefully with tissue paper
dampened with a small amount of alcohol.
NOTE
· Do not damage the thermal head.
· When the poor print quality is not corrected even
if the head has been cleaned, replacement of the
thermal head may be required. Contact your
dealer.
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CAUTION
· Thermal head is hot right after printing. Wait until the head
cools before cleaning the thermal head.
NOTE
· The thermal head may be damaged if you touch it
while static electricity builds up on your body.
PAPER FLANGE CLEANING
Clean the parts that contact the print paper sides as shown
above.Wipe the parts carefully with tissue paper dampened
with a small amount of alcohol.
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7-playing
DEMONSTRATION
When there are no vends the machine enters in Demo Mode. Photo samples are displayed. Once money is inserted, you are
taken to the credit screen.
PRODUCT SCREEN
You can choose among 6 different
products.
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Photo ID
Color and Black & White
When the instructions conclude, you are
given the option to choose “Color” or
“Black & White” pictures.
SHOTS
4 Shots are taken.
(3 Shots if you activate the logo)
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PRINTING
The pictures are shown on the screen
while strips are printing.
Hairstyles
SELECT DESIRED LOOK
You can choose different hairstyle
options.
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SHOTS
Put your face on the circle.
Not bigger not smaller.
PRINTING
The pictures are shown on the screen
while the strips are printing.
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Hats
You can choose different hat options.
SHOTS
Put your face on the circle.
Not bigger not smaller.
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PRINTING
The pictures are shown on the screen
while the strips are printing.
Street Art
Street Art Selection
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SHOTS
3 Shots are taken.
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Street Art Selection
Select one design.
PRINTING
The pictures are shown on the screen
while strips are printing.
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Get Framed
FRAME SELECTION
You can choose different frame options.
SHOTS
4 Shots are taken.
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PRINTING
The pictures are shown on the screen
while strips are printing.
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8-Customized
8.1 structure
A
Logo
Random
Welcome
PhotoIdUpload
Custom
1
Custom
1
You must create
this folder
Bye
Random
Text
BGmusic
USB stick
1
2
3
Frames
1
2
3
1a,1b,1c,1d
2a,2b,2c,2d
...
B
PhotoIdEvents
CustomShots
1,2,3,4,5,6.....
You must create
this folder
C
myphotocode
AMEGJAB4MG.jpg
(photo)
.
ANRTSZBMAB.wmv
(video)
.
PhotoIdDownload
shot0001a
shot0001b
shots
This folder is created
(photos)
shot0001c
automatically
shot0001d
.
.
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A
*PhotoIdUpload
PhotoIdUpload
ld means ID not LD
You must create
this folder
USB stick
B
*PhotoIdEvents
PhotoIdEvents
You must create
this folder
ld means ID not LD
C
PhotoIdDownload
This folder is create
automatically
1· Necessary Materials:
USB Stick with 2 GB of available space
We recommend using a USB Stick with a led indicator
USB STICK Off
(LED desactivated)
USB STICK On
(LED activated)
USB STICK Blinking
(LED activated)
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8.2 logo
A
fOLDER
PhotoIUpload
Logo
PhotoIdUpload
USB stick
You must create
this folder
1
Welcome
Bye
Text
Random
Custom
1
Custom
1
Random
BGmusic
Frames
1
2
3
1
2
3
1a,1b,1c,1d
2a,2b,2c,2d
...
DIRECTIONS FOR UPLOADING THE LOGO
USB stick
PhotoIdUpload
*PhotoIdUpload
Logo
You must create
this folder
ld means ID not LD
1· Necessary Materials:
USB Stick with 2 GB of available space
We recommend using a USB Stick with a led indicator
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A
8.3 WELCOME/BYE
fOLDER
PhotoIUpload
Logo
2
Random
1 2
3
Welcome
USB stick
PhotoIdUpload
Bye
You must create
this folder
Text
Custom
1
Custom
1
Random
1
2
3
BGmusic
Frames
1a,1b,1c,1d
2a,2b,2c,2d
...
DIRECTIONS FOR UPLOADING WELCOME/BYE
Random
Welcome
USB stick
PhotoIdUpload
You must create
this folder
*PhotoIdUpload
Bye
1
2
3
Custom
1
Custom
1
Random
ld means ID not LD
1
2
3
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Welcome message (custom)
Welcome
You must create
this folder
1
Custom
The name of
the image must be: 1
Sample Welcome
Specifications:
Name: Welcome
Size: width: 1050 pixels
height: 1680 pixels
Resolution: 72dpi
Format: JPG
Bye message (custom)
Bye
You must create
this folder
Custom
1
The name of the image
must be: 1
Sample Bye
Specifications:
Name: Bye
Size: width: 1050 pixels
height: 1680 pixels
Resolution: 72dpi
Format: JPG
UPLOADING ( See section 9)
SETUP MENU ( See section 11)
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8.3 WELCOME/BYE
A
fOLDER
PhotoIUpload
2
1
2
3
Logo
Random
Welcome
USB stick
PhotoIdUpload
1
Custom
Bye
You must create
this folder
Text
Custom
1
2
3
Random
1
BGmusic
Frames
1a,1b,1c,1d
2a,2b,2c,2d
...
DIRECTIONS FOR UPLOADING WELCOME/BYE
Random
Welcome
USB stick
Custom
PhotoIdUpload
You must create
this folder
*PhotoIdUpload
Bye
1
2
3
1
Custom
1
2
3
Random
ld means ID not LD
1
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Welcome message (Random)
Welcome
You must create
this folder
Random
1
2
3
The names of
the images must be:
1,2,3
2 Samples Welcome random
Sample Welcome
Sample Welcome
Specifications:
Specifications:
(1,2,3)
Each one with following
characteristics:
Name: welcome
Size: width: 1050 pixels
height: 1680 pixels
Resolution: 72dpi
Format: JPG
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Bye message (Random)
Bye
Random
You must create
this folder
1
2
3
The names of
the images must be:
1,2,3
Each player will get a different Random Bye screen.
2 Samples Bye random
Sample Bye
Sample Bye
Specifications:
Specifications:
(1,2,3)
Each one with following
characteristics:
Name: Bye
Size: width: 1050 pixels
height: 1680 pixels
Resolution: 72dpi
Format: JPG
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A
8.4 text
fOLDER
PhotoIUpload
Logo
Random
1
2
3
PhotoIdUpload
USB stick
Welcome
Custom
1
Custom
1
You must create
this folder
Bye
text
3
Random
BGmusic
Frames
1
2
3
1a,1b,1c,1d
2a,2b,2c,2d
...
DIRECTIONS FOR UPLOADING TEXT
USB stick
Text
PhotoIdUpload
*PhotoIdUpload
ld means ID not LD
You must create
this folder
Name: Text
Format: txt
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Sample: Rent your Booth (888). 888. 888
Rent your Booth (888). 888. 888
All text in this file is printed vertically on the
left side of the photostrips.
UPLOADING ( See section 9)
SETUP MENU ( See section 11)
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8.5 music
fOLDER
PhotoIUpload
Random
Logo
1
2
3
Welcome
Custom
PhotoIdUpload
You must create
this folder
USB stick
bye
text
BGmusic
Frames
1
Custom
1
Random
1
2
3
4
1a,1b,1c,1d
2a,2b,2c,2d
...
DIRECTIONS FOR UPLOADING MUSIC
USB stick
BGmusic
PhotoIdUpload
*PhotoIdUpload
ld means ID not LD
You must create
this folder
Name: BGmusic
Format: mp3
You can Upload any song to thePhotoBooth, the only
thing you need to do is change the song’s name to
“BGmusic”and save the file into the “PhotoIdUpload”
folder
UPLOADING ( See section 9)
SETUP MENU ( See section 11)
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A
8.6 frames
fOLDER
PhotoIUpload
Logo
Random
PhotoIdUpload
USB stick
1
2
3
Welcome
You must create
this folder
Goodbye
text
Custom
1
Custom
1
Random
BGmusic
1
2
3
Frames
1a,1b,1c,1d
2a,2b,2c,2d
...
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FRAMES
There are 3 screens with frames. Each
screen contains 6 groups. That means, a
total of 18 groups.Every group of
4 frames will be printed together.
If you want to customize one group (for
example number 1), you need four images (frames) 1a, 1b, 1c & 1d”.
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Frames
PhotoIdUpload
You must create
this folder
1a,1b,1c,1d
2a,2b,2c,2d
...
1
Screen 1 (group 1)
1a
1b
1c
Screen1
1
1d
2
3
1a
1b
2a
2b
3a
3b
1c
1d
2c
2d
3c
3d
4
4a
4c
5
4b
4d
6
5a
5b
6a
6b
5c
5d
6c
6d
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Screen2
7
8
9
7a
7b
8a
8b
9a
9b
7c
7d
8c
8d
9c
9d
11
10
12
10a
10b
11a
11b
12a
12b
10c
10d
11c
11d
12c
12d
Screen3
14
13
15
13a
13b
14a
14b
15a
15b
13c
13d
14c
14d
15c
15d
17
16
18
16a
16b
17a
17b
18a
18b
16c
16d
17c
17d
18c
18d
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Sample
If you want to customize the group Nº1 follow this structure.
Frames
PhotoIdUpload
1a,1b,1c,1d
1
You must create
this folder
Screen 1 (group 1)
1a
1b
1c
1d
1
Frames
PhotoIdUpload
1a,1b,1c,1d
Screen 1 (group 1)
1a
1b
You must create
this folder
1c
1d
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Sample
If you want to customize the groups Nº1,2 & 3 follow this structure.
1
Frames
PhotoIdUpload
1a,1b,1c,1d
Screen 1 (group 1)
1a
1b
1c
1d
You must create
this folder
2
Frames
PhotoIdUpload
2a,2b,2c,2d
You must create
this folder
Screen 1 (group 2)
2a
2b
2c
2d
3
Frames
PhotoIdUpload
3a,3b,3c,3d
Screen 1 (group 3)
3a
3b
You must create
this folder
3c
3d
UPLOADING ( See section 9)
SETUP MENU ( See section 11)
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8.7 ADVERTIsiNG PHOTOS
B
USB stick
fOLDER PhotoIdEvents
1
PhotoIdEvents
CustomShots
1,2,3,4,5,6.....
DIRECTIONS FOR UPLOADING CUSTOMSHOTS
USB stick
PhotoIdEvents
You must create
this folder
CustomShots
1,2,3,4,5,6.....
*PhotoIdEvents
ld means ID not LD
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CUSTOMSHOTS are the images (made previous to the event) that we want to show on the
screens during the event. An example could be for a wedding were the bride wants to
show pictures from when the couple first met etc, or a company event, where they want
to display brand names or products.
The CUSTOMSHOTS are shown Random during the Demonstration Mode.
Sample customshots
1
2
3
Specifications:
4
(1, 2, 3 & 4)
Each one with following
characteristics:
Name: 1
Size: width: 1280 pixels
height: 960 pixels
Resolution: 72dpi
Format: JPG
· You can put as many pictures as
you want.
· The names of the images have
to be: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7...
UPLOADING ( See section 9)
SETUP MENU ( See section 11)
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9-uploading
1-Switch ON the Photo booth
2-Open the Photo slot door*
3-Insert the USB Stick to the PC (HP
C2D) (the usb connection is on the
left side of the PC)
PRINTER
4-Open the back door of
your photobooth.
5-Press the yellow button from the
Service Control Panel, to access the
Setup Menu.
PC
(HP C2D)
USB
stick
* You will need 1314 keys (included
on your photobooth)
6-Press the yellow button for the menu
SERVICE
CONTROL
PANEL
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10-DOWNloading
C
fOLDER PhotoIdDownload
This folder is created
automatically
myphotocode
USB stick
PhotoIdDownload
shots
shot0001a
shot0001b
shot0001c
shot0001d
.
AMEGJAB4MG.jpg
(photo)
.
ANRTSZBMAB.wmv
(video)
.
(photos)
If the logo is activated, you will have 3
shots for each print, with the loaded logo
printing in the fourth frame.
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11-SETUP menu
The setup menu is very useful for the owner of the Photo Booth. You can configure the
Photo Booth depending on what kind of service you want to offer to your clients. You can
control the timer, check the prices, adjust the camera settings or consult the accounting
functions.
To go to the setup menu while the Photo Booth is in Demo Mode, press the yellow button
(Menu) from the Service Control panel inside the Photo Booth.
VOLUME MENU ACCOUNTS CREDIT COUNTER
· SETUP MENU SCREENSHOOTS
CONFIGURATION
The configurable parameters are
divided in 5 groups:
· Products & Prices
· Rentals
· Customize
· Options
· Camera
· Exit
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11.1 PRODUCTS & PRICES
You can set the prices of the differents
products.
SWITCH ON/OFF PRODUCT
You can enable/disable the products for
each event.
YES /NO
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11.1.1 EXTRA COPIES
You can turn on the option for extra
copies. YES /NO
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11.2 RENTALS
Free Play: YES / NO
Timer: YES / NO
Start: 2012-X-X (Day) XX:XX(Hour)
Finish: 2012-X-X (Day) XX:XX(Hour)
Token: YES / NO
11.3 CUSTOMIZE
To set up the Logo, the Welcome and Bye
screens, the Fun frames,
the Print date and the Print text.
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11.3.1 LOGO
1-The menu is displayed on the screen.
2-Select customize and activate the logo
with the green check mark.
(the logo will appear on the 3rd screen,
if you can’t see your on the 3rd screen
it means that the upload is not correct.
3-Touch “X” EXIT. The Photobooth is
ready to work
*It’s very important that you use the exact specifications
for the logo to work.
Not working? Please refer to section 13.1 for assistance.
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11.3.2 TEXT
1-The menu is displayed on the screen
2-Select customize and activate the
text the
green check mark.
3-Touch “X” EXIT.
The Photobooth is ready to work
11.3.3 DATE
1-The menu is displayed on the screen
2-Select customize and activate the
text the
green check mark.
3-Touch “X” EXIT.
The Photobooth is ready to work
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11.3.4 WELCOME/BYE
1-The menu is displayed on the screen
2-Enter to the customized menu and select welcome/ Bye screen and CUSTOM
3-Touch “X” EXIT. The Photobooth is ready to work
WELCOME SCREEN
BYE SCREEN
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11.3.5 FRAMES
1-The menu is displayed on
the screen
2-Enter to the customized menu
and select GET FRAMES and
CUSTOM
3-Touch “X” EXIT. The Photobooth
is ready to work
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11.4 OPTIONS
Defines the parameters for some available features:
Current Time: 2012-X-X (Day) XX:XX(Hour)
Music on intro: YES /NO
Show events shots: Screen savers of photos already loaded by you. YES /NO
Internet: Upload the session shots to internet, Facebook and email (IMPORTANT:
must be configurated). YES /NO
Video message: Select this option to record a video (IMPORTANT: Internet must be
activated). YES /NO
Touch screen Calibrate: Press twice the yellow button to access to the Setup Menu.
Automatically the menu is opened to calibrate the touch screen.
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Calibrate
To calibrate the touch screen touch the points on the screen.
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11.5 CAMERA
In the submenu CAMERA, the owner
can set the camera zoom position
and brightness.
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12-INTERNET
12.1 PLAYER.GET YOUR PICTURE
Instructions on how to post pictures on
Facebook, send emails, or watch a
video.
2.Use this code on the web page,
www.myphotocode.com
MEGT4DDYPT
Date: 03-04-13 VISIT : www.myphotocode and put the code MEGT4DDYPT
1.You can find a code on the left of your
photo.
www.myphotocode.com
MEGT4DDYPT
MEGT4DDYPT
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3.A screen will appear where you can select the option that you want;
-Send an email.
-Watch a video.
-Post a picture on Facebook.
WEDDING
March 10, 2012
12.2 OWNER. PREPARE USB-STICK/EVENT
Do you want to customize logo, welcome, bye, text and music?
Send an email to [email protected]
You will receive your username and password to www.myphotocode.com
USERNAME
PASSWORD
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www.myphotocode.com
Prepare your USB
Event
A
A
B
Prepare your USB
Manage your next event:
Customize for your next event the following things:
· Choose the photobooth model
where the USB will be plugged in.
· Upload your logo
· Upload your text (will be printed on a side of each print)
· Upload the Background music (played during the game)
· Customize your frames
· Customize Welcome screen
· Customize Bye Screen
· Customize the top screen banner and the images
on demo screen. *Strip photo booth only
B
Event
Create a new event:
On this site you can create and manage your events.
Allow your costumers to share the photos on a personal website specially
created for the occasion.
Manage your event schedule and customize your photobooth for each event.
· Type the event name
· Select the dates.You can do a single day event or multi-day
event
· Customize the background of myphotocode.com
· Choose who can view the photo shots – everybody or just the
owners of the photos
(More information See section 16)
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13-Troubleshooting
· GENERAL PROBLEMS
Problem
The unit switch is ON, but the it
does not turn on
Causes
The unit is not plugged in.
The voltage is incorrect.
Overload: the fuse over the electric
socket has been blown.
Solutions
Check if the unit is correctly
connected to the electric ground.
Check if the electric ground is
receiving electricity.
Be sure that the voltage is correct.
Change the fuse.
Problem
The fluorescent does not light
Causes
The fluorescent lights have been blown.
The transformer has been blown.
Solutions
Replace the fluorescent lights
(see above).
Replace the transformer
· Monitor’s Problems
Problem
The monitor image looks darker or
lighter
Problem
The monitor image moves up and
down
Causes
The monitor is not adjusted correctly.
Causes
The monitor is not adjusted correctly.
Solutions
Readjust the monitor.
Solutions
Readjust the monitor.
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· Sound Problems
Problem
The sound does not work
Causes
The volume is not correct.
The configuration menu has the sound set to OFF.
Solutions
Adjust the volume with the control placed below the test,
free-play and start buttons.
Change the sound configuration from the test menu
(black button).
· PRINTER Problems
Problem
The printer does not print any
photos
Causes
The printer is disconnected.
The printer is out of ink or paper.
The paper or the ink sheet was not
properly installed.
Incorrect paper.
USB/ LPT Dallas Chip position is
incorrect.
Solutions
Switch on the printer.
Call the person in charge
Correctly place the paper
and the ink.
Use only CK9550-DC type paper.
· pc Problems
Problem
Install a brand new Control Board
with Atmel and jumpers.
Causes
This problem is due a hardware
malfunction.
Check the green Capture Board, as
it is probably out or half way in.
Problem
The printer does not switch on
Causes
The printer is disconnected.
The printer does not receive electric
supply.
Solutions
Connect the printer.
Be sure that the cable is correctly
connected.
Problem
It prints one or more white lines
Causes
Thermal head is broken.
Solutions
Replace thermal head.
Solutions
Turn OFF the PC.
Take out the Capture Board. And put
it again (all the way in).
Screw hard and check again that it is
all the way in, and did not move little
out during screwing.
Turn ON the PB and check it.
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· WARNING
· If you have any doubts or any problems with the unit and the way it is performing,
call a technician to solve the problem.
· Devices such as the printer or the camera are very fragile and must be used carefully.
Printer
Cleaning.
Check configuration.
Monthly
Glasses
Cleaning.
Weekly.
Control Panel
Check the functioning of
all buttons
Monthly
Lights
Check the functioning
of all the lights and the
fluorescent light.
Monthly
Sound
Check the sound. Monthly
Coin Acceptor
Bill Acceptor
Clean and check the
correct functioning
Annually
Interior
Exterior
Cleaning Cleaning
Annually
Weekly
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13.1 UPLOADING THE LOGO
Problems uploading the logo:
Possible causes:
1-USB STICK is damaged
2-The logo specifications/characteristics are not correct
1-USB is damaged
· Let’s make a test to see if it works at the computer.
· Plug the USB STICK at the front of the PC (HP C2D), and go to Set Up Menu.
Then exit the Menu.
· Take a picture by choosing the product you want.
· After the game, Remove the USB STICK.
· Plug the USB STICK in your PC or LapTop.
· Check if the USB STICK contents the PhotoIdDownload folder.
· It should be 2 folders into the PhotoIdDownload and your picture should be there.
· If your picture is not there, the USB STICK is not working properly.
myphotocode
USB stick
PhotoIdDownload
shots
It’s recommended to use a USB drive with LED and 2GB of space.
USB STICK Off
(LED desactivated)
USB STICK On
(LED activated)
USB STICKBlinking
(LED activated)
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13.2 HARD DRIVE
hard drive error
This procedure is to check if the BIOS settings are correct for an Automatic
BOOT-DVD.
WARNING!!! This procedure is very dangerous and could cause a PC
Malfunction. Please read it carefully and follow all steps one by one.
1· Plug in a Keyboard to the PC.
2· Turn ON the PC (or the whole Photo Booth).
3· When the ASRock screen appears, press “F10” several times until the “BIOS
SETUP UTILITY” appears on the screen. If it does not come up, and the
software continues uploading, then go back to the Step 2.
4· With the Keyboard arrows, move up to
the Storage Menu, here we are going to
check the following thing:
· Device Configuration (step 5)
· Boot Order (step 6)
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5· Once you are inside the “DEVICE Configuration” please check the following points:
•“Hard disk” should be connected at SATA0
•“CD-ROM” should be connected at SATA1
If everything is OK, press ESC to return the Main menu.
If Hard disk or CD-ROM or Both are not detected, we should check the PC connections.(Do
this work with the PC unplugged from power).Go to step 8
6· Once you are inside the “Boot Order” please check the following points:
•“ATAPI CD-ROM”
•“Hard Drive”
If ATAPI CD-ROM or Hard Drive or Both are not detected, we should check the PC
connections.(Do this work with the PC unplugged from power).Go to step 8
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7· With the Keyboard arrows, move right to the Advanced Menu here we are going to
check the following thing:
· Select Power-On Option and confirm that the “After Power Loss” is ON
8· Unplug the PC from the power.
9· Open the top cover ( there are 2 screws in the top back side of the PC)
10· Check connections as follows:
Please pull up the green arrows from the DVD ROM and from the Power supply and
check the connection as it shows in the following pictures.
IF The Hard Disk is SATA + DVD SATA it will be like this:
HARD DISK SATA
POWER
SATA
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DVD SATA
SATA
DVD POWER
SATA
11· If all connections are fine (as it appears in the pictures), then it is possible that the
component, which is not detected at the “IDE CONFIGURATION” Menu, is physically
damaged. Please contact Digital Centre for a new part.
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13.3 BOOT DVD
To Update the Machine or change the software version, please follow these steps:
1· Open the DVD Driver.
2· Insert the “Boot DVD”.
3· Plug Off the Machine.
4· Plug On the Machine after 10 seconds.
5· Wait while the restore program reinstalls the
software (a progress bar appears on the screen).
The time process is about 30 minutes
6· A black screen appears when the process finishes.
7· Extract the DVD disk.
8· Plug Off the Machine.
9· Plug On the Machine after 10 seconds.
(In case that the Restore Program does not start automatically and
shows the message “Extract the dvd” immediately, then go to the
“Run the Restore Program Manually” (At the end of this Manual).
CUSTOMIZED FRAMES:
If you have customized frames and/or logos now is the time to upload.
1· Install the “Customized Frames DVD” into the DVD driver (CD or USB too).
2· Turn off the Machine.
3· Turn on the Machine after 10 seconds.
4· When the software is working in Demo, then go into the SETUP MENU, by
pressing the Yellow button at the Setup Control Panel. It will read the customized
frames and/or logos automatically before the software start.
5· Be sure to select LOGO=YES and the correct frames and Wait for the Setup Menu
save all changes. (Wait for the “Shut Down Please” message on the screen).
6· When the software runs in Demo again, you can extract the DVD, CD or USB,
and keep it to a safe place.
The NEW FRAMES are now working; you can go to Setup Menu and adjust the
Date at the correct position.
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13.4 DONGLE error
If you switch on the Photo booth and the following message appears;
“Sentinet HASP key not found (H0007)”, it means that the printer
dongle is not well connected. The USB dongle must be connected on
P.7 (please see picture).
P.7
P.7 USB Extension
AM / AF From Dongle
to PC.
(180 cm - Inch 70,87)
P.7
P.7 USB Extension AM / AF From Dongle to PC.
(180 cm - Inch 70,87)
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13.5 CAMERA error
When you take a picture and your screen appears black please check
the USB connection from the camera. The USB must be connected on
P.10 (please see picture).
P.10
P.10 USB Extension AM / AF From Camera to PC.
(180 cm - Inch 70,87)
13.6 TOUCH SCREEN ERROR
If the power card is properly
plugged then the LED is green.
If the power card is properly
plugged then the LED is blue.
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13.7 PRINTER error
Problem
When you take a picture and see
this message Error “INVALID
PRINTER” on the screen
Error number 0:
· The printer is disconnected.
· Look at the PIN of the correct printer.
“PIN”
Error number 2:
· The printer must be Digital centre
Error number 3:
· The paper or the ink sheet was not
properly installed.
Error number 4:
· The printer Dongle is disconnected.
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The “Please Wait” error is very common. It
looks like the PC freezes, but it isn’t. The problem is that the computer is waiting for the
right components.
POWER
Printer lights ON
When we turn on the Photo Booth, the computer shows the “Please Wait” screen while it
checks the Control Board, the USB adapter
and the Printer. If any of the components are
not ok, the software doesn’t go ON.
READY
So, when we face this problem we have to
check the 3 components. The procedure is
as Follows:
1· Check the Printer lights ON. Should be ON
the following lights “POWER” and “READY”. If
any other light, please fix it and Turn OFF and
ON the Photo Booth.
2· Check the Printer Connections. Power and USB, just 2 wires.
USB
Power
3· Check the Control Board Serial Connection. (That is the common problem Point).
(attached 2 pictures: Correct and Error “Please Wait”). This connection is very easy to lose
during transport, or when we work at that area.
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13.8 NO SIGNAL
Lights are ON
Check if the PC lights are ON.
If the lights are on then it appears that the Photobooth is working but the monitor is not.
Next steps:
When you turn ON the Photobooth, can you see any message on the screen?
(ex; manufacturer name, or “NO SIGNAL”)?
If this is the case, the VGA cable is probably unplugged or damaged.
But if nothing is on the screen (when you turn ON the Photobooth), please check if there
is power to the Monitor. Power cable is probably unplugged from the monitor.
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13.9 control board error
The control Board is the green board located behind the PC. It doesn’t mean that the
Control Board is bad; it could mean that the PC could not connect with the Control
Board (because the Serial cable is not correctly connected).
Check following points:
1· Check the Control Board Serial Connection “P.2”.(That is the common problem point).
(attach 2 pictures: Correct and Error “Please Wait”). This connection is very easy to lose
during transport, or when you work at that area.
2· If all connections are good, then check that the Control Board Red LED is ON.
3· If all the 2 points are OK, but still doesn’t work, please send the Control Board to Digital
Centre (contact the Support Team before sending)
P.2
P.2 Serial Cable From
to PC to Control Board.
(56 cm - Inch 22,04)
Red LED is ON
P.2
P.2 Serial Cable From to PC to Control Board. (56 cm - Inch 22,04)
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14-CHARACTERISTICS
14.1 CONTROL BOARD Diagrams
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14.2 DECALS
You can use images of 300 dpi to personalize the decals if needed.
Save in a JPG format.
The size cm (for EUR) inch (for USA) for each one must be:
1-(DE3301) DECAL. PNG BK #1 Back Wall (74,3x172,5 cm - Inch 29,13x67,72)
2-(DE3302) DECAL. PNG BK #2 Bottom Left Lateral Door (Photo Slot)
(34,3x23 cm - Inch 13,38x9,05)
3-(DE3303) DECAL. PNG BK #3 Top Right Lateral (42,2x117,5 cm - Inch 42,2x46,06)
4-(DE3304) DECAL. PNG BK #4 Top Left Lateral (42,2x117,5 cm - Inch 42,2x46,06)
5-(DE3305) DECAL. PNG BK #5 Top Front Door (63,5x117,5 cm - Inch 24,8x46,06)
6-(DE3306) DECAL. PNG BK #6 Bottom Front Door (63,5x49,3 cm - Inch 24,8x19,29)
7-(DE3307) DECAL. PNG BK #7 Instructions (69,5x11,7 cm - Inch 27,17x4,33)
8-(DE3308) DECAL. PNG BK #8 Insert Money (25x15 cm - Inch 9,84x19,29)
9-(DE3309) DECAL. PNG BK #9 Bottom Right Lateral (42,2x51,5 cm - Inch 16,53x20,08)
10-(DE3310) DECAL. PNG BK #10 Top & Camera (59,5x29,5 cm - Inch 27,16x11,42)
(DE3304)
DECAL. PNG BK #4
Top Left Lateral
(DE3310)
DECAL. PNG BK #10
Top & Camera
4
10
3
(DE3303)
DECAL. PNG
BK #3
Top Right
Lateral
7
5
(DE3305)
DECAL.
PNG BK #1
Top Front
Door
(DE3307)
DECAL. PNG BK #7
Instructions
9
1
(DE3301)
DECAL.
PNG BK #1
Back Wall
8
(DE3309)
DECAL.
PNG BK #9
Bottom
Right Lateral
(DE3308)
DECAL. PNG BK #8
Insert Money
6
(DE3306)
DECAL. PNG
BK #6 Bottom
Front Door
2
(DE3302) DECAL. PNG BK #2
Bottom Left Lateral Door
(Photo Slot)
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14.3 SPARES Diagrams
ME3545
RIGHT / LEFT CURTAIN ROD
END TAP. (BLACK)
ME3308
FRONT DOOR. PNG
(BLACK)
(64,5x171,6 cm
Inch 25,3x67,5)
DE3331
BACK WALL DECAL.
PNG (WHITE)
(79,20x70 cm
Inch 31,18x27,56)
SE3301
CURTAIN. (BLACK)
(80x110 cm
Inch 31,50x43,3)
ME3301
BOTTOM LEFT LATERAL
DOOR (PHOTO SLOT)
PNG (BLACK)
(50,5x36 cm - Inch 19,9x14,2)
WO3304
WOOD BOTTOM SEAT.
PNG (GREY)
ME3300
RETRACTABLE METAL
CHASSIS. PNG
ME3307
CURTAIN ROD. PNG
PL3500
TOP LIGHT PLASTIC DIFFUSER.
(WHITE) (52x9,5x0,3 cm - Inch
20,47x3,74x0,12)
EL3400
FULL HD CAMERA
ME3510
FIXING CAMERA FRONT
HOLDER.(BLACK)
PL3400
“LOOK HERE”#3 PLASTIC
RIGHT ARROW.
(7,5x10 cm - Inch 2,96x3,94)
PL3401
“LOOK HERE”#3 PLASTIC
LEFT ARROW.
(7,5x10 cm - Inch 2,96x3,94)
EL3600
LCD TOUCH MONITOR 22”
PL3501
LATERAL LIGHT PLASTIC
DIFFUSER. (WHITE)
(26,5x7x0,3 cm
Inch 10,43x2,76x0,12)
ME3532
COVER PLATE FOR BILL
ACCEPTOR HOLE. (BLACK)
(12x15 cm - Inch 4,72x5,91)
ME3303
FLOOR LID (ALUMINIUM).
PNG
ME3302
FLOOR (ALUMINIUM). PNG
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ME0001
LOCK 1314
ME0001
LOCK 1314
ME0001
LOCK 1314
ME0001
LOCK 1314
PL0017
POLYURETHANE
WHEEL D-100 FIXING
MECH.
ME2930
METAL LEG
(16x80 mm
Inch 0,06x0,315)
PL0019
POLYURETHANE
WHEEL D-100
ROTARY MECH.
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14.4 PARTS LIST
CA0005
CA0006
CA0007
CA2900
CA2901
CA2902
CA2910
CA2912
CA3402
CA3407
CA3411
CA3414
CA3416
CA3512
CO0001
CO0002
CO0003
CO0007
CO0009
CO0011
CO0012
CO0013
CO0023
DE3300
DE3301
DE3302
DE3303
DE3304
DE3305
DE3306
DE3307
DE3308
DE3309
DE3310
DE3331 EL0001 EL2901
EL2902
EL3400 EL3403
EL3406 EL3408
EL3417
EL3503
EL3504
EL3505
EL3506
COIN READER CABLE ALBERICI
BILL READER CABLE ICT-DC. 12V (92,5 cm - Inch 36,41)
BILL READER CABLE MEI-DC. 110V
MAIN POWER CABLE NG 1/2 (PC + PRINTER + TRAFO 12V + CONTROL BOARD)
MAIN POWER CABLE NG 2/2 (1 MONITOR + 2 LATERAL LIGHTS + 1 TOP LIGHT)
POWER CORD 110V - USA
CABLE FROM CONTROL BOARD TO SERVICE PANEL
& PUSH BUTTONS + 2 SPEAKERS
POWER CORD 230V - EUR
VGA CABLE M/M. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
USB EXTENSION AM/AF. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
INTERNAL PC 12V DIVIDER
USB CABLE FROM PRINTER TO PC AM/BM. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
JACK STEREO CABLE. (180 cm - Inch 70,87)
SERIAL CABLE FROM PC TO CONTROL BOARD M/F (56 cm - Inch 22,04)
COIN ACCEPTOR. (EUR)
COIN ACCEPTOR. (AUD)
COIN ACCEPTOR. (CAD)
ICT DOLLAR BILL ACCEPTOR 12V
ICT DOLLAR BILL ACCEPTOR SET
(DBA+WIRE+12V DIVIDER+METAL BRACKET). (BLACK)
COIN ACCEPTOR SET (EUR) (COIN ACCEPTOR+FRONT ADAPTER+WIRE+METAL PLATE+METAL CASH BOX & WOOD SUPPORT). (BLACK)
COIN ACCEPTOR SET (AUD) (COIN ACCEPTOR+FRONT ADAPTER+WIRE+METAL PLATE+METAL CASH BOX & WOOD SUPPORT). (BLACK)
COIN ACCEPTOR SET (CAD) (COIN ACCEPTOR+FRONT ADAPTER+WIRE+METAL
PLATE+METAL CASH BOX & WOOD SUPPORT). (BLACK)
COIN ACCEPTOR PLASTIC FRONT ADAPTER
SET DECALS. PNG
DECAL. PNG # 1 - BACK WALL (74,3x172,5 cm - Inch 29,13x67,72)
DECAL. PNG # 2 - BOTTOM LEFT LATERAL (34,3x23 cm - Inch 13,38x9,05)
DECAL. PNG # 3 - TOP RIGHT LATERAL (42,2x117,5 cm - Inch 42,2x46,06)
DECAL. PNG # 4 - TOP LEFT LATERAL (42,2x117,5 cm - Inch 42,2x46,06)
DECAL. PNG # 5 - TOP FRONT DOOR (63,5x117,5 cm - Inch 24,8x46,06)
DECAL. PNG # 6 - BOTTOM FRONT DOOR (63,5x49,3 cm - Inch 24,8x19,29)
DECAL. PNG # 7 - INSTRUCTIONS (69,5x11,7 cm - Inch 27,17x4,33)
DECAL. PNG # 8 - INSERT MONEY (25x15 cm - Inch 9,84x19,29)
DECAL. PNG # 9 - BOTTOM RIGHT LATERAL (42,2x51,5 cm - Inch 16,53x20,08)
DECAL. PNG # 10 - TOP & CAMERA (59,5x29,5 cm - Inch 27,16x11,42)
BACK WALL DECAL. PNG (WHITE) (79,20x70 cm - Inch 31,18x27,56)
EVO-ATMEL CHIP (only chip)
CONTROL BOARD V1.1 (110V)
CONTROL BOARD V1.1 (220V)
FULL HD CAMERA
EVO-ATMEL CHIP ON CONTROL BOARD WITH SOFTWARE EVO LED
FILTER 2 FUSES STANDARD 6A
FAN (2 UNITS 12V) TWIN
TRANSFORMER 2A 12V
LIGHT BULBS 36W/865
LIGHT BULBS 9 W/865
BALLAST 110V/36W
BALLAST 230V/36W
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EL3507
EL3508
EL3509
EL3510
EL3511
EL3513
EL3600
EL3602
EL3603
ME0001
ME0002
ME0004
ME0025
ME0031
ME2930
ME3300
ME3301
ME3302
ME3303
ME3305
ME3306
ME3307
ME3308
ME3313
ME3314
ME3409
ME3410
ME3417
ME3510
ME3532
ME3545
ME3608
ME4011
PC0001
PC0004
PC0005
PC0006
PC0007
PC0008
PC0009
PC0011
PC0013
PL0017
PL0019
PL0030
PL3400
PL3401
PL3500
PL3501
PR9550
BALLAST 110V/13W
BALLAST 230V/13W
LAMP HOLDER 36W
LAMP HOLDER 9W
SPEAKERS 8 Ohm 5W. (10 cm - Inch 3,94)
LIGHT STARTER
LCD TOUCH MONITOR 22’
TOUCH MONITOR 22” AC ADAPTER 100V/240V to 12V
SERVICE CONTROL PANEL - MODEL 1
LOCK 1314
KEY FOR LOCK 1314
COIN ACCEPTOR METAL PLATE (12,1x15,2 cm - Inch 4,76x5,98) (BLACK)
ICT METAL PLATE SUPPORT. (BLACK)
METAL CASH BOX
METAL LEG (16x80 mm - Inch 0,06x0,315)
RETRACTABLE METAL CHASSIS. PNG
BOTTOM LEFT LATERAL DOOR (PHOTO SLOT). PNG
(BLACK) (50,5x36 cm - Inch 19,9x14,2)
FLOOR (ALUMINIUM). PNG
FLOOR LID (ALUMINIUM). PNG
LATERAL LIGHT DIFFUSER HOLDER. RIGHT/LEFT NG (RAW METAL)
LATERAL LIGHT BODY. (RAW METAL)
CURTAIN ROD. PNG
FRONT DOOR. PNG (BLACK) (64,5x171,6 cm - Inch 25,3x67,5)
TOP LIGHT DIFFUSER HOLDER. (RAW METAL)
TOP LIGHT BODY. (RAW METAL)
PRINTER HOLDER CP9550DC. (RAW METAL)
PC HP-C2D HOLDER. (RAW METAL)
PRINTER DONGLE BRACKET. (INOX)
FIXING CAMERA FRONT HOLDER. (BLACK)
COVER PLATE FOR BILL ACCEPTOR HOLE. (BLACK) (12x15 cm - Inch 4,72x5,91)
RIGHT / LEFT CURTAIN ROD END TAP. (BLACK)
FIXING CAMERA BACK HOLDER. (RAW METAL)
FIXING CAMERA METAL BASE. PNGV&N (BLACK)
DONGLE USB SECURITY AND SOFTWARE
RAM MEMORY MODULE. DDR2 5300 667 (512Mb)
HARD DRIVE SATA
DVD READER SATA
PC PROCESSOR HP-C2D
PC MOTHER BOARD HP-C2D
PC POWER SUPPLY HP-C2D
PC HP-C2D (WITHOUT VIDEO CARD 4 MONITORS)
PC BUTTON BATTERY 2032
POLYURETHANE WHEEL D-100 FIXING MECH.
POLYURETHANE WHEEL D-100 ROTARY MECH.
LAMP CLIP SUPPORT FOR 36W BULB
“LOOK HERE” #3 PLASTIC ARROW RIGHT. STRIP (7,5x10 cm - Inch 2,96x3,94)
“LOOK HERE” #3 PLASTIC ARROW LEFT. STRIP (7,5x10 cm - Inch 2,96x3,94)
TOP LIGHT PLASTIC DIFFUSER. (WHITE) (52x9,5x0,3 cm - Inch 20,47x3,74x0,12)
LATERAL LIGHT PLASTIC DIFFUSER. (WHITE)
(26,5x7x0,3 cm - Inch 10,43x2,76x0,12)
PRINTER MITSUBISHI CP9550DW-DC
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SE3301 SE3320
SE3402 TO0002
WO0030
WO3300
WO3301
WO3304
CA3502
EL3601
SC3422
PK3300
PK3301
PL0002
CURTAIN. (BLACK) (80x110 cm - Inch 31,50x43,3)
SET 2 CURTAINS. PNG (BLACK) (80x110 cm - Inch 31,50x43,3)
TRANSFORMER SOCKET PLASTIC BASE. (WHITE)
ALLEN WRENCH
METAL CASH BOX WOOD SUPPORT. (18x7,3 cm - Inch 7,08x2,87)
WOOD PRINTER BASE. PNG (RAW)
WOOD PC BASE. PNG (RAW)
WOOD BOTTOM SEAT. PNG (GREY)
CABLE FROM OSD MENU PANEL TO TOUCH MONITOR GT.
(120 cm - Inch 47,24)
OSD MENU CONTROL PANEL
PCB FOOT
WOOD PALLET. PNG (83x76 cm - Inch 32,68X29,92)
CARDBOARD BOX PACK. PNG (80x70x198 cm - Inch 31,50x27,56x77,95)
BOOT DVD PLASTIC HOLDER
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15-notes
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16-ANNEX 1: MYPHOTOCODE.COM TUTORIAL
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CONTENTS
1. Myphotocode.com---------------------------------------------------------------------102
2. Manage your USB set up--------------------------------------------------------------103
2.1 How to login-------------------------------------------------------------104-105
2.2 Create a new USB set up---------------------------------------------106-107
2.3 How to customize--------------------------------------------------------107-112
2.3.1 Logo---------------------------------------------------------------------107
2.3.2 Text on a side of each print-------------------------------------108
2.3.3 Background music------------------------------------------------109
2.3.4 Frames----------------------------------------------------------109 -110
2.3.5 Welcome Screen-------------------------------------------------111
2.3.6 Bye Screen------------------------------------------------------------111
2.3.7 Top Screen Banner------------------------------------------------112
2.3.8 Custom images on demo screen----------------------------112
2.4 Download the USB set up--------------------------------------------------113
3. Manage your online events-------------------------------------------------------114
3.1 How to create an online event------------------------------------------114
3.2 Manage the online event-------------------------------------------115 -120
3.2.1 Photos--------------------------------------------------------------119-120
3.2.2 Emails-------------------------------------------------------------------120
3.2.3 Edit-----------------------------------------------------------------------120
4. Warning------------------------------------------------------------------------------------121
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1-MYPHOTOCODE.com
MyPhotoCode.com is a website thinking for Owners and Customers.
What can the owner does through our website MyPhotoCode.com?
•
Create an USB Set Ups for customize their Photo booth
•
Create an Online Event
• Edit an event
• Recover the event pictures
• Upload and share your pictures on Facebook,
twitter or send copies by e-mail
what a customer can does through our website
When the customer take’s a picture, you can see a code on the side.
If you introduce this code in the website, you can recover any picture and share it
through different social webs, and also, send copies by e-mail.
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2. MANAGE YOUR USB SET UP
1. You need a username and password
to access to MyPhotoCode.
2. You need identify your Photo booth
to get a username and password.
3. To know the identification number,
please, take a photo and send us the
number that appears in the right side of
the strip, to the following address:
[email protected]
Then, we will send you the username
and password, use them to login.
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2.1 HOW TO LOGIN
1- Goes to http://myphotocode.com and click on RENTAL LOGIN, it is up in the right side
2- Please, enter your username and password and
click ENTER
1
Typing your USERNAME
2
Typing your PASSWORD
3
Click ENTER
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3- Here you can prepare the USB to customize our Photo Booth . Click on “USB Set Ups”
Click on USB Set Ups
4- Click on “Add New”
Click ADD NEW
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2.2 CREATE A NEW USB SET UP
1- Fill in the information :
• Name: Choose a name for your USB, for example “Night Party” or “Luca’s wedding”.
• Photo Booth: Open the list and selected your photo booth, click the arrow to see all the options.
• Online event: You can link the USB with a created online event or created another! ( See section “3.1 How to create an online event” )
• Save it!
1
Typing a NAME
2
Click on the arrow to
see the box with all Photo
booths. Select your Photo
booth.
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2- When the USB has been created we can start to customize.
Click on “Start editing its content”.
Click Here
2.3 HOW TO CUSTOMIZE
You can customize the next parameters:
2.3.1 Logo
2.3.2 Text on a side of each print
2.3.3 Background music
2.3.4 Frames
2.3.5 Welcome Screen
2.3.6 Bye Screen
2.3.7 Top Screen Banner (wedding version) *Only STRIP Photo booth
2.3.8 Custom images on demo screen
2.3.1 LOGO: image format .JPG to 300 dpi.
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2.3.2 TEXT: This is the text that will appear in every strip. You can write all that you want.
Look down here and see example, the text appears in the right side along the strip.
Example:
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2.3.3 BACKGROUND MUSIC: You can upload music . Maximum 5 MB. Must be mp3 format.
Look down here and see example, the text appears in the right side along the strip.
2.3.4 FRAMES: You have three options
• None
• Upload custom
• Select premade frames from list
• NONE: we don’t upload any new frame
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• UPLOAD CUSTOM: select 4 frames from our computer. The frames must be in .png format.
• SELECT PREMADE FRAMES FROM LIST: we can choose frame from the list of myphotocode.
You can see this frames before choose. You can see this frames before choose.
Select one, and press SAVE.
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2.3.5 WELCOME SCREEN: There are 2 options:
• Single
• Random
We can upload “Welcome” Images through our computer.
Remember that Images must be in .jpg to 72 dpi.
2.3.6 BYE SCREEN: We have 2 options again:
• Single
• Random
We can upload “GoodBye” Images through our computer.
Remember that Images must be in jpg to 72 dpi
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2.3.7 TOP SCREEN BANNER (WEDDING VERSION) *Only STRIP Photo booth
2.3.8 CUSTOM IMAGES ON DEMO SCREEN
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2.4 download the usb set up
Download the USB Set Up: when you finish customizing, save the changes.
Download the USB Set Up.
Click on “Download the USB
Set Up into a USB Drive”.
It will appear a new window
asking what want you do?
Select Save and accept.
a- Save the document ‘save-in-sub.zip” in the USB pen drive. Don’t change the document
name when you save it.
b- This is an compacted document, that you must decompress in the USB pend drive.
c- When you finish the decompress, you’ll have 2 folders called “PhotoIdUpload” and “PhotoIdEvents”.
d- Inside the USB you only must have these two folders: PhotoIdUpload i PhotoIdEvents.
e- When we have our USB with these folders, connect the USB to the Photo Booth.
IMPORTANT! : Enter in the configuration menu and go out to update the new changes and
customizations.
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3-MANAGE YOUR ONLINE EVENTS
Click on Online Events Option.
It will open a new window with a list about our events online.
This list it’s empty because there isn’t any event created.
3.1 HOW TO CREATE AN ONLINE EVENT
Click on “Add New”
Click ADD NEW
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3.2 MANAGE THE ONLINE EVENTS
Edit the options:
• Event title: Try a name to the event, for example: Night Party
• Start Date: Indicate when it starts and how long is the event
• Background: You can put on a different background to show in the event online, when
some user take’s a picture and want to recover it, they only have to enter the code in the
website Myphtocode. Instead the background of the web, they could see our personal
background..
• Private pictures:
• If the event is a private event, when the users insert their code,
they only will see their photos.
• If the event isn’t private, when the user introduces the code,
could see all the pictures of the event.
• Single day event: Indicate if the event is for a single day
•Available Online: If the user choose YES, the picture will be seen on the website, otherwise,
the pictures won’t be seen online.
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Select Background: we can choose one of the predefined backgrounds or upload another one.
If we upload a background it must be in .jpg or .png to 72 dpi. This image will be repeated.
In case of we upload our logo
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At the moment to see the pictures, the logo, will be seen like this:
When we finish the configuration, click on SAVE.
We have already edited i created the online event!
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Select “Go back to Online Events
Return to outset where the list was empty, but now we can see our new event
Here you can see all the information about the event that we just created:
• Date : The day of the appointment
• Name: the name that we gave to the event
• Photo booth: the photo booth model that will be used in the event. This section will be empty until the moment we take the first photo, then, the model will appear
automatically.
• Status: indicate if online option is activated
• Photos: how many pictures has been taken
• Video: how many videos has been recorded
• Actions:
3.2.1 Photos: can see the pictures from all the users
3.2.2 Emails: can see the mail list where the users send the photos
3.2.3 Edit: you can edit the event again
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3.2.1 Photos: you will see a new window with all the photos in a little size.
If you click one of the small photos, this will be opened and some options appear. In this
example, the user didn’t record any video, so the possible options are:
• Post on Facebook
• Send by email
• Tweet photo
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But the options are different when the user records a video:
• Watch the video
• Post on Facebook
• Send by email
• Tweet photo
3.2.2 Emails: Select the Button “ACTIONS > EMAIL” you will see an address list, here you could
see the sending historial, every time that users share their photos by e-mail, the e-mail addresses
will be registred in this list.
3.2.3 Edit: See section “3.1 How to create an online event”
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4. warning
Warning!
Remember, to get the photos, by Myphotocode.com, the photobooth must be
connected to internet.
If there isn’t connection to internet, you can save the photos in a empty USB memory in
the computer.
When the USB will be detect by the computer, will be create automatically a New Folder
called PhotoIdDownload.
Inside the PhotoIdDownload folder you will find 2 folders more, the first one called “Myphotocode” with your images and videos inside (just in case that you have recorded a video)
and the second one called “Shots” with the individual shots.
Once the event finish, you can take off the USB memory from de computer and use it in any
other computer to see your images or videos.
Myphotocode
USB stick
PhotoIdDownload
Shots
shot0001a
shot0001b
shot0001c
shot0001d
.
.
AMEGJAB4MG.jpg
(photo)
.
ANRTSZBMAB.wmv
(video)
.
(photos)
If the logo is activated, you will have 3
shoots for each print, with the loaded
logo printing in the fourth frame.
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