Drive Proof DP-210WH Operating instructions

Drive Proof DP-210WH Operating instructions
Getting To Know
Your Machine
Operating Instructions
(For Copier & Network Scanner)
DP-3510/4510/6010
Network Scanner
Options
Making Copies
Model No.
Before Starting
Digital Imaging Systems
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English
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Others
Before operating this equipment, please read the instructions completely and keep these operating instructions
for future reference.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
When requesting information, supplies or service always refer to the model and serial number of your
machine. The model and serial number plate (Main Name Plate) is located on the rear side of machine.
For your convenience, space is provided below to record information you may need in the future.
Model No.
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
Dealer
Address
Telephone Number
(
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Supplies Telephone Number
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Service Telephone Number
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Model and Serial Number
Copyright  2002 by Matsushita Graphic Communication Systems, Inc.
All rights reserved. Unauthorised copying and distribution is a violation of law. Printed in Japan.
The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change without notice.
PEERLESSPAGETM is a trademark of the PEERLESS Systems Corporation; and,
PEERLESSPrint® and Memory Reduction Technology® are registered trademarks PEERLESS
Systems Corporation; and, COPYRIGHT 2000 PEERLESS Systems Corporation
Universal Font Scaling Technology (UFST) and all typefaces have been licensed from Agfa Monotype
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Getting To Know
Your Machine
Useful Office Functions
1
Copier
Copy up to A3 size.
Capable of copying text/photos/halftone originals.
2
Network Printer
Digital printer controller standard, printer resolution
300 or 600 dpi.
3
Network Scanner
Black & White original scanner can be used when
optional Network Scanner Kit (DA-NS600) is
installed.
Scanning resolution up to 600 dpi.
4
Application Software
Document Manager
Document Viewer
Document Network Scanner*
Utilities (Network Status Monitor, Phone Book
Editor, Device Configuration Editor)
∗ Document Network Scanner is only available
when the optional Network Scanner Kit (DANS600) is installed.
DP-3510/4510/6010 Operating Instructions
This copier includes operating instruction manuals, please use the correct manual when an operator
intervention is necessary.
<Copier & Network Scanner> Use the information provided in this manual whenever a copier function
requires intervention. For example: how to make copies, add paper,
replace the toner bottle, etc..
<Printer>
Use the information provided on the enclosed CD for an explanation of
&
how to use as a Network Printer, Network Scanner, Edit Directory Dialling
<Other Advanced Functions> Feature, Device Settings, Network Status Monitor, and/or Document
Management System.
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Operation Chart
Common Features and Usage
■ Basic Operation
Turn the main
Power Switch On
(Located on the
back of the
Copier)
Original
B4·FLS
1
2
Load Paper
Turn the Power Place the Original(s) Press the
COPY Key
Switch On
(Up to 70/i-ADF)
3 4 5
COPY SIZE
Number
Press
(Reduction/
of Copies START
Enlargement Only)
■ Position of the Original
i-ADF Tray
Original Guides
Adjust to the original’s width
A3
FLS B4
A4 R
A5
From Platen
Original Guide
A5 R
A4
From i-ADF
C Place originals face down on the
platen or face up on the i-ADF.
C If the original is not positioned
properly, a portion of the original
may not be copied.
C For originals smaller than A5 size,
position the original within the A5
area and select A5.
■ Commonly Used Functions and Operating Procedures
Full Size
Makes a copy that is the same
size as the original
Reduction or Enlargement
Copies the original at a fixed
reduction or enlargement ratio
1 2 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
(See page 16)
(See page 18)
■ Memory Capacity
If the memory becomes full during original scanning, the message “Cannot Complete / Job
Exceeds Memory Capacity” will be displayed on the LCD. If this occurs, follow the instructions
on the LCD.
When additional memory is required, consult with an authorised servicing dealer.
C If the fusing temperature drops excessively on the DP-4510/6010 during a multi-copy
cycle, there is a remote possibility that the copying speed will be reduced. The copying
speed will automatically return to normal when the fusing temperature rises enough to
ensure good fusing performance.
NOTE
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Getting To Know
Your Machine
Operation Chart
Touch Panel Display
■ Function Categories
Tab Name
E
Features
C Initial “Ready to copy” screen.
C Original Mode, Exposure Control and Paper Tray
BASIC MENU
selection.
C Job selection (Tandem/Remote, Proof Set and etc.).
C Reserved Job(s) verification.
2-SIDED/ORIG. \ C 2-Sided, 2 Page, Booklet Copy Mode, Multi-Size
COPY
Feed and/or SADF function selection.
C Electrical Sort Mode and/or optional Finisher
SORT/FINISH
selection.
C Zoom Copy Mode or Creative Features (Book, Edge,
ZOOM/EFFECTS
Margin, Stamping, Centering, Image Repeat or
Inverse Mode) selection.
INSERTION/
C Insertion, OHP Interleaving, Overlay or File Edit
OVERLAY
Mode selection.
F
JOB MEMORY
A
B
C
D
C Job Memory Mode selection.
See Page
16-26
27
37, 84, 89, 94
38
46
54
■ Touch Panel Display Brightness Adjustment
To adjust the brightness of the Touch Panel display, press and while holding down the “C”
(CLEAR) key, keep pressing the “ORIGINAL SIZE/A3” or the “COPY SIZE” keys until the desired
brightness is achieved.
ORIGINAL SIZE/A3 : Dimmer
COPY SIZE
: Brighter
NOTE
C During the copy operation and after making copies, the fan motor may start
spinning. This is a normal operation and is used to cool
down the copier.
C If you are not going to use the copier for long periods
of time, turn the Main Power Switch on the Back and
the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine to
the OFF position.
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Energy Star
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Panasonic has determined that this product meets the
ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
This voluntary program specifies certain energy consumption and usage standards. This
product will automatically “power down” after a specified period of non-use. The use of this
ENERGY STAR® compliant product will reduce energy consumption and ultimately benefit the
environment.
The default functions can be adjusted depending on your office requirements.
Please ask your authorised Panasonic dealer for more details.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Getting To Know Your Machine
Operation Chart .............................................................................................................................. 4
■ Common Features and Usage .............................................................. 4
■ Touch Panel Display ............................................................................. 5
Before Starting
Precautions ..................................................................................................................................... 9
Control Panel ................................................................................................................................ 13
■ Touch Panel Display ........................................................................... 14
Making Copies
Basic Menu ................................................................................................................................... 16
■ Full Size Copying ................................................................................ 16
Notice for i-ADF .................................................................................. 17
Using the Sheet Bypass ..................................................................... 17
■ Reduction or Enlargement Copying .................................................... 18
■ Proof Copying ..................................................................................... 18
■ Tandem/Remote Copying ................................................................... 20
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registering) ..................................... 21
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration) .................................... 22
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Editing) ............................................ 23
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Deleting) .......................................... 24
■ Job Queue .......................................................................................... 25
■ Completion Notice .............................................................................. 26
2-Sided/Original \ Copy .............................................................................................................. 27
■ 1 \ 2, 2 \ 1, 2 \ 2 Copy .................................................................. 28
■ Book \ 2 Copy .................................................................................. 29
■ 2 Page Copy ....................................................................................... 30
■ N in 1 Copy ......................................................................................... 31
■ Booklet Copy ...................................................................................... 33
■ Multi-Size Feeding .............................................................................. 34
■ SADF Mode ........................................................................................ 35
Sort/Finish .................................................................................................................................... 37
■ Sort/Finish Button ............................................................................... 37
Zoom/Effects ................................................................................................................................. 38
■ Zoom/Effects Button ........................................................................... 38
■ Zoom Copying .................................................................................... 39
■ Auto Zoom Copying ............................................................................ 40
■ Edge/Book/Margin .............................................................................. 41
■ Stamping (Page Numbering) .............................................................. 42
■ Stamping (Date Stamp) ...................................................................... 43
■ Stamping (Issue Number Stamping) ................................................... 44
■ Centering/Image Repeat/Inverse Copy ............................................... 45
Insertion/Overlay .......................................................................................................................... 46
■ Insertion/Overlay Button ..................................................................... 46
■ Cover .................................................................................................. 47
■ Page Insertion .................................................................................... 48
■ OHP Interleaving ................................................................................ 49
■ Presentation ....................................................................................... 50
■ Overlay ............................................................................................... 51
■ File Edit .............................................................................................. 52
■ Form Overlay ...................................................................................... 53
Job Memory .................................................................................................................................. 54
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Table of Contents
Making Copies
Other Features .............................................................................................................................. 55
■ Concurrent Copying ............................................................................ 55
■ Energy Saver/Interrupt ........................................................................ 56
■ Skyshot Mode ..................................................................................... 57
Combined Function Table ............................................................................................................ 59
Function ........................................................................................................................................ 60
■ General Functions .............................................................................. 61
■ Copier Settings ................................................................................... 62
■ Scanner Settings ................................................................................ 64
■ Printer Settings ................................................................................... 65
■ General Functions for Key Operator ................................................... 67
■ Copier Settings for Key Operator ........................................................ 71
■ Printer Settings for Key Operator ........................................................ 74
■ Function Setting for Key Operator ....................................................... 75
Options
Accessories .................................................................................................................................. 82
■ Components ....................................................................................... 82
■ 2 Bin Finisher (DA-FS600)/2 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605) ..... 83
■ 2 Bin Finisher (DA-FS330) .................................................................. 88
■ 1 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355) ............................................ 92
Network Scanner (Option) ........................................................................................................... 97
■ Document Scanning ........................................................................... 97
■ Address Book ..................................................................................... 98
■ Adding a New PC’s IP Address ........................................................... 98
■ Editing the Address Book ................................................................. 100
■ Adding the DD Server IP Address .................................................... 103
Problem Solving
Problem Solving ......................................................................................................................... 105
■ Adding Paper (k) ............................................................................. 105
■ Replacing the Toner Bottle (?) ......................................................... 107
■ Removing a Misfed Paper ................................................................. 108
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................... 119
■ Before Calling Service ...................................................................... 119
■ Replacing the Battery ....................................................................... 121
Others
Specifications ............................................................................................................................. 122
Options and Supplies ................................................................................................................. 126
Index ............................................................................................................................................ 128
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Precautions
For Your Safety
Before Starting
■ Laser Safety
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Only qualified service personnel should
attempt to service this device due to possible eye injury.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
■ Caution Labels
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Precautions
Handling
■ Do not look directly at the exposure lamp when
copying.
■ Do not turn the power switches Off or open the front
panel during copying.
C Do not drop paper clips or other metal objects into
the copier.
Toner and Paper
■ Store toner, drum and paper in cool areas with low
humidity.
C Use high quality 60 - 90 g/m2 (Sheet Bypass:
55 - 133 g/m2) paper.
C For optimum performance, it is recommended that
only Panasonic Brand supplies are used in the
copier.
Ventilation
■ The copier should be installed in a well-ventilated
area to minimize the ozone density in the air.
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Precautions
Installation
■ The copier should not be installed in areas with the
Before Starting
following conditions:
C Extremely high or low temperature and humidity.
Ambient conditions Temperature: 10 – 30°C
Relative humidity: 30 – 80 %
C Where temperature and humidity can change
rapidly, causing condensation.
C Direct exposure to sunlight.
C Directly in the air conditioning flow.
C In areas of high dust concentration.
C In areas of poor ventilation.
C In areas with chemical fume concentration.
C In areas with extreme vibration.
C With unstable or uneven conditions (floors, etc.).
FOR YOUR SAFETY
■ The maximum power consumption is 1.45 kW.
A properly wired (grounded), dedicated, 6.5A, 220-240V AC outlet is required. Do not use an
extension cord.
Caution Note: Disconnect from the mains supply before removing covers.
CAUTION
CTHIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM BATTERY. DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS
INCORRECTLY REPLACED.
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES
ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS OF YOUR LOCAL SOLID WASTE OFFICIALS.
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Precautions
Installation
For U.K.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 13
amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362
Check for the ASTA mark 7 or the BSI mark 6 on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is
replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR OFFICE
THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green and Yellow: Earth
Blue
: Neutral
Brown
: Live
As the colours of the wires in the main lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which
is marked by letter E or by the safety Earth symbol “L” or coloured GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in
the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
How to replace the fuse.
Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
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N
Control Panel
B4·FLS
ORIGINAL COPY SIZE
SIZE Keys Keys
Before Starting
∗
Touch Panel
Display
Touch Panel
Display
Keypad
START
Key
No.
Contents
#
COPY Key
C Press when using the unit as a photocopier.
ENERGY SAVER Key
C Can save power while the copier is not in use.
INTERRUPT Key
C Interrupts other copy or print jobs while making copies.
FUNCTION Key
C Use when changing the paper size, initial values for functions (default values) and key operator settings.
$
%
&
RESET Key
C Resets all features to the initial power-on state.
CLEAR Key
)
C Clears the copy count in the display.
STOP Key
*
C Stops the copy run.
ALARM LED (RED)
+
C Lights when trouble occurs.*
ACTIVE LED (GREEN)
C Lights when machine is active.
PRINT DATA LED (GREEN)
.
C Lights when print data receive.
FAX/EMAIL
ON LINE LED for optional Facsimile/Internet Fax functions
∗
Print ON LINE LED for Printer function
(
NOTE
∗
When the machine detects a problem or an alarm status is activated, the
+Alarm LED lights up or begins to flash.
LED Lights: Machine detected a trouble status
ANo paper in the selected tray or toner has run out.
AMachine detected trouble, such as paper misfeed or jam.
LED Flashes: Machine detected an alarm status
A No paper in the tray. (tray not selected)
A Running low on toner etc.
C The Control Panel displayed above shows only copier functions. Please refer
to the appropriate operating instructions for other control panel functions.
(Refer to page 18 for details on the ORIGINAL SIZE/COPY SIZE Keys.)
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Control Panel
Touch Panel Display
B4·FLS
ATTENTION
Touch Panel
Display
C Use only soft finger pressure to activate the Touch Panel Display. DO NOT
USE SHARP OBJECTS such as pens, fingernails etc., as this may damage
the panel.
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Control Panel
No.
Before Starting
■ Touch Panel Display Indications
See Page
Contents
#
Warning Indications
?: Add Toner k: Add Paper 2: Call Service B: Waste Toner (Call Service)
--
$
Original Icon
--
%
Original Size Indication
16
&
SADF/Multi-Size Feed Mode Indication
35
(
Rotate Mode Indication
--
)
Number of Copies
--
*
Machine / User Error Code Indication (E1-01, U13, etc.)
+
Copy Icon
--
-
Copy Size Indication
16
.
Reserve a Job Button
55
/
Finisher Functions Indication
37
0
Machine Outline with Tray Selection
--
1
Paper Level and Size Indication
--
2
Paper Tray Selection Button
16
3
Tandem/Remote Button Indication
20
4
Tandem/Remote Button
20
5
Density Indicator (7 steps)
14
6
Manual Exposure Select Buttons (Lighter and Darker)
14
7
Original Mode Select Button (Text; Text / Photo; Photo)
14
8
Copy Image and Paper Image Indication
16
9
Copy Ratio Indication
16
:
Original Image Indication
16
;
Function Categories
=
Proof Set Button
19
?
Job Settings Button
14
A
Job Queue Button
25
B
Completion Notice Button
26
120
16 - 58
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Basic Menu
Full Size Copying
■ Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1)
Copy size is automatically selected.
B4·FLS
ORIGINAL SIZE Keys
1
Touch Panel Display
2 3
Number of Copies
(Up to 999)
Place the
Original(s)
Press START
■ Initial Screen
(When placing A4 size originals)
Manual Exposure Select buttons
(LIGHTER and DARKER)
Original Mode Select button
(TEXT; TEXT/PHOTO; PHOTO)
JOB SETTINGS button
C Each setting selected will be indicated on the display.
■ Manually Selecting Exposure Control or Original Size
# Touch the LIGHTER or DARKER button.
$ Select the Original(s)
TEXT
: Originals are mainly composed of text.
TEXT/PHOTO: Combined originals with text and photo.
PHOTO
: Originals are mainly composed of photo.
Select the ORIGINAL SIZE
A4 and A5 size can be switched between Portrait
and Landscape mode.
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Basic Menu
■ Notice for i-ADF
Inappropriate Originals
C Paper with a smooth surface such as glossy
and coated papers
CTransparencies
C Originals with a Lead Edge that is “creased”,
“folded”, “punched” or “glued”
C Paste-ups
C Pressure sensitive or carbon backed papers
C Paper with excessive curl
C Stapled originals
C Freshly printed copies from a laser printer
Making Copies
When copying the thick Booklet, open the ADF and check the ADF Hinge is returned to original
angle if ADF rear side is lifted up.
2
1
■ Using the Sheet Bypass
Copying on Special Paper, etc.
Sheet Bypass
Open the Sheet Bypass.
Pull out the Sheet Bypass Tray
until it stops.
# Place the sheets of paper into
the tray. (Approximately up to
50 A4 size sheets/80 g /m2)
Do not load paper above the upper
limit arrow indicated on Side Guides.
Insert the paper until it stops.
$ Adjust the side guides.
Incorrect adjustment may cause the
paper to wrinkle, misfeed or skew.
ATTENTION
C Do not feed curled paper through the sheet bypass to avoid misfeed.
C Certain types of transparency film may not be compatible and may damage
your machine. Consult with an authorised Panasonic dealer for advice
regarding non-standard paper types. (Panasonic has tested “3M PP2500”
transparency film and found it to be compatible.)
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Basic Menu
Reduction or Enlargement Copying
■ Copying with Preset Ratios
B4·FLS
1
Place the
Original(s)
2
3 4
Select the
COPY SIZE
Number of
Copies
Example: Reduction
ORIGINAL SIZE
Press START
COPY SIZE
A3
A4
The correct ratio is automatically selected.
Reduction and enlargement ratios (%)
COPY SIZE
ORIGINAL
SIZE
A3
B4
A4 R
A5
A3
100
87
71
50
B4
115
100
82
58
A4 R
141
122
100
71
A5
200
173
141
100
C When changing the paper size, touch
the PAPER TRAY button.
C If the desired copy size is different from the paper size loaded in the paper tray, use
sheet bypass. (See page 17)
C Press the RESET key to cancel the reduction or enlargement mode.
NOTE
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Basic Menu
Proof Copying
■ Proof Copying
Allows you to make one proof set, before proceeding to copy a large multi-set with various
settings.
1
(2 )
Place the
Original(s)
(Up to 70)
COPY SIZE
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
4
Making Copies
B4·FLS
3 5
Set function and Proof
Copying
Number
of Copies
Press
START
# Place the Originals on the ADF, adjust the
settings to your needs, select the number of
copies desired.
$ Set PROOF SET button.
% Press START, then one Proof Copy is made.
C If the Proof Copy is OK, press the YES button
and the remaining number of sets will be printed.
C If the Proof Copy is NG, press the NO button to
display the Basic Menu. Adjust the settings to
your requirements, place the originals back on
the ADF and press START to make another
Proof Copy. The process can be repeated until
the desired results are obtained.
NOTE
C Press the PROOF SET button again if the Proof Copying mode was reset.
C Numbers in parenthesis “( )” represent that, an additional step is required to
activate the feature.
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Basic Menu
Tandem/Remote Copying
■ (Required installation of optional Hard Disk Drive/DA-HD60, network
setup(See page 65)and registration of parameter of the user machine(See
page 21).)
C 50 % of the total copying set(s) are split between other copiers on the network. (Tandem Copying)
C All of the copying sets will be printed on other copiers in the network. (Remote Copying)
B4·FLS
1
(2 )
Place the
Original(s)
COPY SIZE
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
4
3 5
Set Tandem/Remote
Copying
Number
of Copies
Press
START
# Select TANDEM/REMOTE button on
BASIC MENU.
$ Select Station.
If the desired Station(Machine Name) is
not displayed for selection, register the
Station(Machine Name) according to the
procedure on the next page.
% Select TANDEM button or REMOTE
button.
& Touch the OK button.
C The selected Remote printing copier, must be either DP-6010, DP-4510 or
DP-3510. For the copier to function as a Remote/Tandem Copier it has to be
setup in advance.
C To reset the Remote/Tandem mode, press the CANCEL button.
NOTE
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Basic Menu
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registering)
■ Register the parameter of the user machine as following procedures.
It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code when regitering selected machine.
1
2
3
(1) Press the FUNCTION Key on the
Control Panel.
(2) Select the GENERAL
SETTINGS in the Function
Setting mode.
4
5
Scroll to screen 08/09 and select 35
Tandem user parameter.
6
Then enter the key name (up to 15
characters).
Making Copies
Select 04 Key operator mode
button.
Input ID Code (4 digits) and Touch
the OK button.
Then enter the machine name by
using the QWERTY keyboard then
touch the OK button.
(Up to 15 characters)
Ex: Panasonic
(By default, the key name will be up
to 15 characters of the station’s
name. If you do not want to change
it, touch the OK button.)
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Basic Menu
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration)
■ If you want to print from a Remote printing copier, either DP-3510, DP-4510 or DP-6010 that is
installed on a network with a different subnet mask, the Station (Machine Name) will not be
displayed for selection in the Touch Panel. You must first register the DP-3510, DP-4510 or DP6010 before being able to use the Tandem/Remote Copying function explained on Page 20.
(Please consult with your Network Administrator for details on the network address.)
The Key Operator ID code will be required when regitering a machine for selection.
1
2
3
4
5
(1) Press the FUNCTION Key on the
Control Panel.
(2) Select the COPIER SETTINGS in
the Function Setting mode.
6
Then enter the machine name by using
the QWERTY keyboard then touch the
OK button.
(Up to 15 characters)
Ex: DP-6010 SALES
7
Then enter the key name (up to 15 characters).
(By default, the key name will be up to
15 characters of the station’s name. If
you do not want to change it, touch the
OK button.)
Scroll to screen 04/04 and select 19
Key operator mode button.
Input the 4-digit ID Code and Touch the
OK button.
Scroll to screen 05/05 and select 20
Add new tandem desti.
Enter the IP Address by using the
Keypad and then touch the OK button.
Ex: 123.123.012.001
NOTE: When entering a one or two
digit address, add “00” or “0”
in front of the numerical
address.
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Basic Menu
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Editing)
■ To edit the registered machine's settings (IP Address, machine name or
key name).
1~3
4
5
Use the same procedure as the
Registration of the selected
machine. (See page 22)
6
Enter the New IP Address by using the
Keypad and then touch the OK button.
Ex: 123.123.012.002
NOTE: When entering a one or two
digit address, add “00” or “0” in
front of the numerical address.
7
8
Then enter the new machine name
by using the QWERTY keyboard
then touch the OK button.
(Up to 15 characters)
Ex: DP-6010 SALES
Making Copies
Scroll to screen 05/05 and select
21 Edit tandem desti.
Select the registered machine
name and touch the OK button.
Then enter the new key name
(up to 15 characters).
(By default, the key name will be
up to 15 characters of the station’s
name. If you do not want to change
it, touch the OK button.)
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Basic Menu
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Deleting)
■ To delete the registered machine.
1~3
4
5
Use the same procedure as the
Registration of the selected machine.
(See page 22)
6
Touch the YES button to confirm the
deletion.
Scroll to screen 05/05 and select 22 Delete
tandem desti.
Select the registered machine name
and touch the OK button.
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Basic Menu
Job Queue
■ Can refer to a job list waiting for printing, delete or change of priority
(only for print job).
■ Procedure
Ex. Delete print job.
Making Copies
# Touch JOB QUEUE button.
$ Touch PRINT JOB QUEUE
button.
% Input password (4-digit) then
touch the OK button.
& Select the job(s)* you wish to
delete and then touch DELETE
button.
( Confirm whether to delete by
selecting YES or NO.
) Touch CLOSE 2 times to return
to the BASIC MENU.
If you want to delete more jobs
repeat steps & and (.
NOTE
C The PRINT JOB QUEUE requires the Key Operator’s Password, however, the
COPY JOB QUEUE does not require a password.
C The Job Queue selection function is only available when the optional HDD is
installed.
∗ You can select to delete multiple or all jobs.
∗ Priority can be selected for print jobs only.
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Basic Menu
Completion Notice
■ Completion Notice
You or a selected party can be notified with a Job Completion Notice via a pop up screen on
your PC when the Copy Job is completed. You must set the Job Completion Notice feature prior
to starting the job and set up the Status Monitor.
The PC IP Addresses will be automatically displayed into the Address Book on your network
(contact your network administrator for detail).
C Before using the Completion Notice, install the Panasonic-DMS included with the machine.
Then, set the Status Monitor as follows;
# Right click the Status Monitor
icon.
$ Select the Job Completion Notice
\ Pop up Display.
B4·FLS
1
2
Place the
Original(s)
3 4
Set function and
Completion Notice
Number
of Copies
Press START
Pop up
screen will be
shown on
your PC
Touch the COMPLETION NOTICE
button.
# Select the desired PC Address.
$ Touch the OK button.
C This Completion Notice is available only when connected to the network.
C To reset the Completion Notice, press the CANCEL button.
NOTE
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
2-Sided/Orig. \ Copy Button
Making Copies
■ Initial Screen
C Touch the desired button to select a function.
1\2
From 1-Sided originals to 2-Sided
copies.
(See page 28)
2\1
From 2-Sided originals to two 1-Sided
copies.
(See page 28)
2\2
From 2-Sided originals to 2-Sided
copies.
(See page 28)
From book originals to 2-Sided copies.
(See page 29)
2 PAGE
Copying two facing pages or a A3 size
original on two separate A4 size sheets.
(See page 30)
N in 1
From two (four or eight) 1-Sided
originals, side by side, to 1-Sided copies.
(See page 31)
Formats output in order so document
can be folded and/or saddle stitched like
a book.
(See page 33)
Different size originals can be copied full
size (1:1) or same size.
(See page 34)
A special original (like a thin paper etc.,)
can be fed from the i-ADF original tray.
This mode adds a delay to allow another
original to be placed on the i-ADF within
a specific period of time.
(See page 35)
BOOK \ 2
BOOKLET
MULTI-SIZE
FEED
SADF*
NOTE
∗ When using the SADF function, consult your key operator.
C 2-Sided originals may be handled either manually or automatically using the
i-ADF.
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
1 \ 2, 2 \ 1, 2 \ 2 Copy
■ 1 \ 2 Copy
■ 2 \ 1 Copy
From 1-Sided originals to
2-Sided copies.
(From Copier Platen or i-ADF)
■ 2 \ 2 Copy
From 2-Sided originals to
1-Sided copies.
(Using i-ADF)
From 2-Sided originals to
2-Sided copies.
(Using i-ADF)
■ Procedure
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
Place the
Original(s)
( 2)
COPY SIZE
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
3
# Select
2-SIDED/ORIG.
\ COPY
$ Touch 1 \ 2,
2 \ 1 or 2 \ 2
4
5
Number of
Copies
Press
START
(Example: 2 \ 2 Copy)
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
NOTE
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
Book \ 2 Copy
■ Book \ 2 Copy
From book originals to 2-Sided copies.
Except A4, A5 sizes.
(FLIPPING)
Making Copies
(BOOK FORMAT)
B4·FLS
1
(2 )
Place the Original
on the Platen
COPY SIZE
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
3
4 5
# Select 2-SIDED/
ORIG. \ COPY
$ Select Book \ 2 Mode
and Copy Format
Number of
Copies
Press
START
Platen
A3
A3
NOTE
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
2 Page Copy
■ 2 Page Copy
Copying two facing pages or a A3 size original on two separate A4 size sheets.
■ Procedure
B4·FLS
1
(2 )
Place the
Original
Platen
COPY SIZE
(Reduction/
Enlargement Only)
3 4
# Select 2-SIDED/
ORIG. \ COPY
$Touch 2 Page Mode
Number
of Copies
5
Press
START
Example: A3 size original
A3
A3
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
NOTE
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
N in 1 Copy
■ 2 in 1 Copy
■ 4 in 1 Copy
From two 1-Sided originals,
side by side, to 1-Sided pages.
■ 8 in 1 Copy
From four 1-Sided originals,
side by side, to 1-Sided
copies.
1
From six 1-Sided originals,
side by side, to 1-Sided
copies.
2
1
1
2
3
4
3
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
■ 2-Sided Copy
From 4/8/16 1-Sided originals, side by side, to 2-Sided copies.
Making Copies
■ Procedure
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
(2 )
Place the
Originals
on the i-ADF
COPY SIZE*
(Reduction/
Enlargement Only)
% Select N in 1 mode
3
# Select
2-SIDED/ORIG. \
COPY
$ Touch N in 1 Mode
and Make Selection
4 5
Number of Press
Copies
START
& Select original direction Select the copy layout
∗
Touch the
OK button
Copy is automatically reduced.
C 2 in 1: 71 %, 4 in 1: 50 %, 8 in 1: 35 %
(ex. A4 to A4- size)
Selecting
the N in 1 Copy with 2-Sided copy.
∗
NOTE
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
∗ When 2 in 1 copying with different paper size of original, select desired copy
size with COPY SIZE Key (not PAPER TRAY button of the LCD Touch
Panel).
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
N in 1 Copy
■ N in 1 Copy
Combination for N in 1 copy operation.
Originals
Layout
2
2
1 2
1
1
Mode
2
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
1 2
1
1
1
2
8
8
8
8
2
1
1 3
2 4
2 1
4 3
32
See page 31
12 13 21 31
34 24 43 42
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
1234 1357 4321 7531
5678 2468 8765 8642
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3 1
4 2
1234 1357 4321 7531
5678 2468 8765 8642
8 in 1
2
2 1
1 2
3 4
4
3
1
1
See page 31
4
2
2
3
1
1
2
2
1
12 13 21 31
34 24 43 42
4 in 1
1
2 1
1
2
2 in 1
Operation
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See page 31
2-Sided/Original \ Copy
Booklet Copy
■ Booklet Copy
Formats output in order so document can be folded and/or saddle stitched like a book.
2
1
2
3
3
1
4
4
Making Copies
■ Procedure
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
(2 )
Place the
Originals
&
NOTE
COPY SIZE∗
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
% Select
Binding
mode.
3
4 5
# Select 2-SIDED/ORIG. Number of
Copies
\ COPY
$ Touch Booklet Mode
* Saddle stitch is
automatically
executed. (saddle
stitch finisher)
( Select Cover mode
and Paper Tray.
Press
START
)
∗
Default copy size is Reduce, copy size can be selected with 100 % or Reduce.
C The 1/2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher is required for Booklet Copy.
Maximum originals (images)
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher : 40 images
2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher : 60 images
C For Booklet Copy, use A4
or A5
originals only.
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
C When using the booklet, a maximum of 60 images (40 images/1-Bin SaddleStitch Finisher) can be stored.
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
Multi-Size Feeding
Use this function when copying mixed A3/A4 size originals using the i-ADF. Original size can be
detected automatically then can be copied full size (1:1) or same size.
■ Procedure
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
Place the
Originals
(2 )
( 2)
3
4 5
COPY SIZE
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
# Select 2-SIDED/ORIG.
\ COPY
$ Select
MULTI-SIZE FEED
Function
Number Press
of Copies START
Combination of Multi-Size feeding
Originals
A3
A4
Full Size
A3
A4
Copies
Reduction
A4/A4 R
A4/A4 R
–––
C Multi-Size Feeding function cannot be combined except SADF in another
2-sided/original \ copy function.
NOTE
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
SADF Mode
■ SADF (Single Sheet Automatic Document Feeder) Function
This mode adds a 5 second delay to allow another original to be placed on the i-ADF. Special
originals (like thin paper, etc.) can be fed from the i-ADF Tray and copied continuously using the
SADF Mode. This is useful, when copying multiple sets of originals that exceed the maximum
capacity of the i-ADF Tray of 70 sheets (80 g/m2). (See the Example below)
Before using this feature, the SADF Mode must be enabled in the copier function settings.
(See page 67)
■ Procedure
Making Copies
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1A7
Place the Original One
at a Time or up to 70
sheets (80 g/m2)
(2 )
COPY SIZE
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
3
45 6
Number of Press
Copy
# Select
Copies
START
2-SIDED/
ORIG. \
COPY
$ Select SADF
Function
Place the next original within 5
sec. of last ejected copy.
(Continued on the next page)
NOTE
C SADF function cannot be combined with 2 \ 1 and 2 \ 2. (See page 59)
C Optional Image Memory or Hard Disk Drive may be required.
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2-Sided/Original \ Copy
SADF Mode
Example: To make 5 sets of sorted copies of 100-sheet of originals.
(a) Place the first 70 sheets of originals on the i-ADF Tray.
(b) Touch the 2-SIDED/ORIG. \ COPY menu and select SADF.
(c) Touch the SORT/FINISH menu and select the desired sorting/finishing end result.
(d) Press the START key.
(e) After scanning the first 70 sheets, you can place the remaining 30 sheets of originals
on the i-ADF Tray within 5 second to continue copying without interrupting the cycle.
Or if you do nothing the machine will display “Another original? / YES or NO”.
(f) Place the remaining 30 sheets of originals on the tray and select “YES”.
(g) After scanning the remaining 30 sheets, “Another original? / YES or NO” will display,
select “NO” to start the printing process.
70
100
1
1
Originals: 70 sheets <1st scan>
100
7171
1st and 2nd Scanned Data
are combined into one job.
5 sets of 100-sheet sorted
copies are printed
Originals: Remaining 30 sheets <2nd scan>
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Sort/Finish
Sort/Finish Button
■ When using Sort Mode without optional Finisher
1. Features
Rotate-Group
1
1
2
1
Rotate-Sort
1
Sort
1
1
3
Making Copies
1
2. Operation
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
2
1
Place the
Originals
Select SORT/
FINISH mode
3
Select Finishing
Mode
45
Number of
Copies
Press
START
Select the type of finishing mode
# SORT
Multiple copy sets are sorted automatically.
$ ROTATE-SORT*
Multiple copy sets are sorted automatically and
stacked in alternate direction (rotate).
% ROTATE-GROUP*
Multiple copies of individual pages are stacked
in alternate direction (rotate).
& NON-SORT
Copy is stored on the tray.
NOTE
∗
Rotate-Sort and Rotate-Group functions are available for A4 size only.
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Zoom/Effects
Zoom/Effects Button
■ Initial Screen
C Touch the desired button to select a function.
Copies with variable zoom ratios from
25 % to 400 % in 1 % increments.
(See page 39)
Copy ratios can be selected
automatically by selecting the paper
size.
(See page 40)
EDGE
Creates a blank edge.
(See page 41)
BOOK
Eliminates dark inner binding shadows.
(See page 41)
Shifts image to right or left.
(See page 41)
Prints a page number, date or issue
number on the copies.
(See page 42-44)
Auto centres the Image on copy when
using Reduction Mode.
(See page 45)
Creates continuous copy images on
one sheet.
(See page 45)
Copies an inverse image
C Negative to Positive
C Positive to Negative
(See page 45)
ZOOM
AUTO ZOOM
MARGIN
STAMPING
CENTERING
IMAGE REPEAT
INVERSE
C For combining Zoom/Edit functions and other functions, see page 59.
NOTE
C To reset Zoom/Effects mode, press the RESET key.
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Zoom/Effects
Zoom Copying
■ Zoom
Copies with variable zoom ratios from 25 % to 400 % in 1 % increments.
1
2
Place the
Original(s)
Select ZOOM/
EFFECT Mode
3
Select ZOOM and ZOOM
RATIO
Making Copies
B4·FLS
4 5
Number
of Copies
Press
START
<To set the width and length Zoom to
same ratio>
Adjust the Zoom Ratio using the G·F buttons
or the keypad, and then touch the OK button.
(A)
(B)
ATTENTION
NOTE
<To set the width and length Zoom Ratio
Individually>
Touch the (A) or (B) buttons and adjust the
Zoom Ratio using the G·F buttons or the
keypad, then touch the OK button.
C When changing the paper size after setting the zoom ratio, please use the
PAPER TRAY button.
If you use the COPY SIZE key, the zoom ratio will be changed.
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
C If using the keypad to set the zoom ratio, press the CLEAR key first to reset
the zoom ratio.
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Zoom/Effects
Auto Zoom Copying
■ Auto Zoom
The copy Zoom Ratio adjusts automatically to the selected paper size.
B4·FLS
1
2
Place the Original
on the Platen*
Select ZOOM/
EFFECT Mode
3
4 5
Select Auto Zoom and
paper size
Number
of Copies
Press
START
# The Zoom Ratio adjusts automatically to
the selected paper size.
$ Touch the OK button.
% Select paper size.
& Touch the OK button.
∗
For the Auto Zoom function to work properly when using the skyshot mode, open the
i-ADF.
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
C An incorrect exposure may occur when there is a black line at the edge of the original
or an image which the copier interprets as a black pattern in the skyshot mode.
C An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light shines
onto the glass during skyshot mode.
NOTE
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Zoom/Effects
Edge/Book/Margin
■ Procedure
1
2
Place the
Original(s)
Select ZOOM/
EFFECT Mode
Edge
3
Select Edge, Book or
Margin
Making Copies
B4·FLS
4 5
Number
of Copies
Press
START
# When the vertical and horizontal void areas are the
same, adjust the void width by using the F·G buttons,
then touch the OK button.
# When the vertical and horizontal void areas are
different, select vertical or horizontal edge.
$ Adjust each void width by using the F·G buttons.
% Touch the OK button.
∗ Initial setting (Factory setting): 5 mm
Book
# Adjust void width by using the F·G buttons.
$ Touch the OK button.
∗ Initial setting (Factory setting): 20 mm
Margin
# Select the Margin area.
$ Adjust void width by using the F·G buttons.
The image is moved only by the void width which has
been set.**
% Touch the OK button.
∗ Initial setting (Factory setting): 10 mm
NOTE
∗
Initial setting (Factory setting) can be changed by the function mode.
(See page 62)
∗∗ If a part of the copied image is missing when using the Margin mode,
change the Margin Reduction setting to Yes. (See page 62)
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
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Zoom/Effects
Stamping (Page Numbering)
■ Feature
The page number can be automatically printed on each page.
-1-
1/8
B4·FLS
1
2
Place the Originals
(i-ADF)
Select ZOOM/
EFFECT Mode
3
4 5
Select Stamping
(Page Numbering)
Number
of Copies
Press
START
# Select the Orientation.
$ Select the Layout for Page Numbering.
% Select the Starting Page to begin page
numbering. Page 1, 2 or 3 can be selected.
& Touch the OK button.
C Page numbering format* is indicated with -n- or
n/m.
∗
NOTE
The page numbering format can be changed in function mode.
(See page 63)
C The i-ADF is required for Page Numbering.
C To reset each mode menu, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
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Zoom/Effects
Stamping (Date Stamp)
■ Feature
The date can be automatically printed on each page.
Making Copies
01/01/2001
B4·FLS
1
2
Place the Originals
(i-ADF)
Select ZOOM/
EFFECT Mode
3
4 5
Select Stamping
(Date Stamp)
Number
of Copies
Press
START
# Select the Orientation.
$ Select the Layout for print date.
% Select the date for stamp.
& Touch the OK button.
NOTE
C The i-ADF is required for Data Stamp.
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
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Zoom/Effects
Stamping (Issue Number Stamping)
■ Feature
The issue number can be automatically printed on each page.
001
B4·FLS
1
2
Place the Originals Select ZOOM/
(i-ADF)
EFFECT Mode
3
4 5
Select Stamping (Issue
Number Stamping)
(001 ~ 999)
Number
of Copies
Press
START
# Select the Orientation.
$ Select the Layout for print Issue Number.
% Select the starting Issue Number for stamp.
& Touch the OK button.
C The i-ADF is required for Issue Number Stamping.
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
C Multiple copy sets will be sorted automatically.
NOTE
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Zoom/Effects
Centering/Image Repeat/Inverse Copy
■ Image Repeat
■ Centering
Copy image can be centred
automatically on selected paper.
Create continuous copy image on
one sheet.
■ Inverse
Making Copies
Negative/Positive image can be
made for interesting effects.
■ Procedure
B4·FLS
1 2
Place the Select ZOOM/
Original(s) EFFECT Mode
3
Select Centering,
Image Repeat or
Inverse
(On the platen when Centering and Image Repeat∗)
3
4
Select PAPER
TRAY and
touch the OK
button.∗∗
5 6
Number
of Copies
Press
START
4
NOTE
∗
In Centering and Image Repeat mode, make copies with i-ADF open.
Remove the originals from the i-ADF before selecting the Centering and
Image Repeat mode.
∗∗ When in Inverse mode, this step is not needed.
C An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light
shines onto the glass during the Centering and Image Repeat mode.
Also an image which the copier interprets as a black pattern in the
Centering and Image Repeat modes.
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Insertion/Overlay
Insertion/Overlay Button
■ Initial Screen
C Touch the desired button to select a function.
COVER
Adds cover page(s) to the copies.
PAGE INSERTION Inserts paper(s) between the copies.
(See page 48)
OHP INTERLEAVING
Inserts paper between OHP film.
(See page 49)
PRESENTATION
Inserts paper between OHP film and
make copy Sets for hand-outs.
(See page 50)
OVERLAY
Overlays a second image onto the first by
using a second original or a file stored in
memory.
(See page 51)
FILE EDIT
Edits file of form overlay including
registration, erase and title edit.
(See page 52)
Overlays a image onto the file stored in
memory.
(See page 53)
FORM OVERLAY
C To reset INSERTION/OVERLAY, press the RESET key.
C The i-ADF is required for PAGE INSERTION/OVERLAY.
NOTE
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Insertion/Overlay
Cover
■ Cover
Adds cover page(s) to the copies.
Blank
Paper
Original
1
1
2
+
Colour
Paper
Colour
Paper
Original
1
2
2
1
3
4
+
2
3
4
Making Copies
■ Procedure
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
2
3
Place the Originals
Select INSERTION/
(Up to 70; 80 g/m2 paper) OVERLAY mode and
select Cover mode
3
Select Blank/Copy
and select PAPER
TRAY
4 5
Number of
Copies
Press
START
# Select COVER mode.
$ Select BLANK/COPY with Front or
Front + Back.
% Select PAPER TRAY.
& Touch the OK button.
NOTE
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
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Insertion/Overlay
Page Insertion
■ Page Insertion
Insert paper between the copies.
Blank
Paper
Original
Copied
Paper
Original
Insertion
Insertion
+
+
■ Procedure
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
Place the
Originals
(Up to 70)
2
3
4
Select INSERTION/ Select Blank/Copy Input insert
OVERLAY mode
and select PAPER position
and select Page
TRAY
Insertion mode
Number of Press
Copies
START
3
# Select PAGE INSERTION mode.
$ Select BLANK/COPY.
% Select PAPER TRAY.
& Touch the OK button.
4
# Input insert page position with Keypad.
(Up to 20)
$ Touch the OK button.
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
NOTE
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Insertion/Overlay
OHP Interleaving
■ OHP Interleaving
Inserts paper between OHP film.
Blank
Paper
Original
1
OHP1
2
Copied
Paper
Original
1
OHP2
+
(1)
2
+
(2)
OHP1
OHP(1)
OHP2
OHP(2)
Making Copies
■ Procedure
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
2
Place the OHP
(Sheet Bypass)
4
Place the
Originals
(Up to 70)
3
4
Select INSERTION/
OVERLAY mode
and select OHP
Interleaving mode
Select Blank/
Copy and
select PAPER
TRAY
5 6
Number of
Copies
Press
START
# Select OHP INTERLEAVING mode.
$ Select BLANK/COPY.
% Select PAPER TRAY.
& Touch the OK button.
NOTE
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
C Certain types of transparency film may not be compatible and may damage
your machine. Consult with an authorised Panasonic dealer for advice
regarding non-standard paper types. (Panasonic has tested “3M PP2500”
transparency film and found it to be compatible.)
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Insertion/Overlay
Presentation
■ Presentation
Inserts paper between OHP film and make copied sets for hand-outs.
Blank
Paper
Original
OHP1
1
2
OHP2
+
Copied
Paper
Original
(1)
+
1
(2)
OHP1
(1)
2
+
(2)
OHP(1)
OHP2
OHP(2)
(1)
+
(2)
■ Procedure
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
Place the OHP
(Sheet Bypass)
4
2
Place the
Originals
(Up to 70)
3
4
Select INSERTION/
OVERLAY mode
and select
Presentation mode
Select Blank/
Copy and
select PAPER
TRAY
Number of
Copies
# Select PRESENTATION mode.
$ Select BLANK/COPY.
% Select PAPER TRAY.
& Touch the OK button.
C To reset each menu mode, touch the CANCEL button on the touch panel.
NOTE
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Press
START
Insertion/Overlay
Overlay
■ Overlay
Overlays a second image onto the first by using a second original.
1st-page
■ Procedure
Making Copies
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
1
2
Place the Select INSERTION/
Originals OVERLAY Mode
(Up to 70)
3
4
Select Overlay
Mode
Number of
Copies
5 6
Press
START
After the overlay
is copied, confirm
whether you want
to store it in the
machine
3
# Adjust the density (transparency) of the
page being produced using the
LIGHTER and DARKER buttons.
$ Touch the OK button.
6
# If you DO NOT want to store the overlay
image into memory for later use, touch
NO.
$ If you DO want to store the overlay
image into memory for later use, touch
YES.
ATTENTION
NOTE
C Do not turn Off the power switch if the file has been stored, otherwise the file
will be erased.
C Only A4
sized originals can be stored as a file.
C When storing the new file, new file will overwrites on the stored file.
C A registered file can be erased by File Edit mode. (See page 52)
C When selecting Overlay in 2-sided copy mode, the first page of the original
will be copied to 1-sided.
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Insertion/Overlay
File Edit
■ File Edit
There are three File Edit available in the Form Overlay function.
Register: To Add a new file Erase: To Erase a registered
file
Title Edit: To Change the title
of a file
■ Procedure
B4·FLS
1
2 3
Place the Select INSERTION/
Original
OVERLAY Mode
(Register)
(4 )
Select File Edit
mode and
desired function
Press START
(Register)
File Key
REGISTER*
# Touch each File Key then,
touch the REGISTER button.
$ Set the registered density.
% Press Start.
& Touch the OK button to
confirm registration.
( Input the file name by using
the QWERTY keyboard then
touch the OK button.
Refer to entering the station
name of the Network
Scanner. (See page 98)
ERASE
# Select the File Key to
erase.
$ Touch the ERASE button.
% Touch the OK button.
FILE NAME EDIT
# Select the File Key to edit.
$ Touch the FILE NAME EDIT
button.
% Change the file name by using
the QWERTY keyboard then
touch the OK button.
Refer to entering the station
name of the Network Scanner.
(See page 98)
& Touch the OK button.
∗
Up to 5 image files can be registered. If the selected File Key already contains a
registered file image, the new image will over-write the current image.
C Function to select the file is only available when the optional Hard Disk Drive
(DA-HD60) is installed.
NOTE
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Insertion/Overlay
Form Overlay
■ Form Overlay
Overlay an image stored in memory onto the copier.
File
Making Copies
■ Procedure
B4·FLS
1
2 3
Place the Select INSERTION/
Original
OVERLAY Mode
3
Select Form Overlay mode
NOTE
4 5
Number of
Copies
Press START
Select Overlay file
# Select file in memory.
$ Touch the OK button.
C Function to select the files is only available when the optional Hard Disk
Drive (DA-HD60) is installed.
When the optional Hard Disk Drive is not used, selectable file is only one file.
C When the image is not available in the memory to overlay, Form Overlay
function will not be selectable.
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Job Memory
■ Five Copy Jobs can be stored in Memory (M1 to M5) for recall at a later
time.
B4·FLS
To store a job in memory
# Set up the copy job to be stored in memory,
by first selecting each function you wish the
copier to perform.
$ Touch the JOB MEMORY button.
% Touch the Memory in button. (
)
& Touch the M1, M2, M3, M4 or M5 button.
To recall a job stored in memory
( Touch the JOB MEMORY button.
) Touch the M1, M2, M3, M4 or M5 button.
* Press START.
When touching the M1, M2, M3, M4, or M5 button, recalled job stored in memory will be display
at the job setting area.
C JOB MEMORY mode will not be deleted even if the power switches are turned Off.
C When storing a new job into a programmed memory location, the previously stored job
will be overwritten and erased.
C M1, M2 can use as manual skyshot mode by setting user function mode.
NOTE
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Other Features
Concurrent Copying
■ Concurrent Copying (Requires the optional Hard Disk Drive/DA-HD60 to
be installed)
Making Copies
Next copy job can be reserved even if the current copy job is not completed, as long as the
scanning was completed.
B4·FLS
2
3
Place the
Original
Select
Function
1
4 5
Touch RESERVE A
JOB button
Number
of Copies
Press
START
■ Procedure
# Start Current copy.
$ Complete scanning of current copying.
% Touch Reserve a Job button.
& Job set and press START.
NOTE
C Printing Jog Waiting List can be confirmed with Job Queue.
(See page 25)
C Completion notice setting can be made with Completion Notice function.
(See page 26)
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Other Features
Energy Saver/Interrupt
ENERGY SAVER Key INTERRUPT Key
B4·FLS
ENERGY SAVER
■ These modes can save power while the copier is not in use.
Energy Saver Mode
# To enter this mode.
Press the ENERGY SAVER key or the copier will automatically
enter the Energy Saver Mode after 15 minutes from the last copy.
The indicator will flash.
$ To cancel this mode and make copies.
Press the ENERGY SAVER key again.
Sleep/Auto Off Mode*
# Automatically enters the Sleep/Auto Off Mode after 90 minutes
from the last copy. The copier power will drop and the indicator
will light.
$ To make copies, press the ENERGY SAVER key.
Interrupt Mode
INTERRUPT
C This mode can interrupt other copy jobs while making copies.
# Touch the INTERRUPT key, the indicator will light.
$ Make another copy job.
% Touch the INTERRUPT key again to continue the original job.
C Energy saver time (15 minutes) and Sleep/Auto Off time (90 minutes) can be changed
by the key operator. (See page 67)
C Sleep Mode and Auto Off Mode can be selected by the key operator. (See page 70)
NOTE
Modes
Normal Operation
Energy Saver Mode
Sleep Mode
Auto Off Mode
∗
Power Consumption
Approximately 240 Wh (6010)
Approximately 210 Wh (4510)
Approximately 160 Wh (3510)
Approximately 180 Wh (6010)
Approximately 170 Wh (4510)
Approximately 20 Wh
Approximately 4 Wh
(Approximately 3 Wh, for DP-3510 and except Europe)
Warm Up Time
N/A
Min. 30 sec. recovery (6010/4510)
180 sec. recovery (6010/4510)
30 sec. recovery (3510)
180 sec. recovery (6010/4510)
30 sec. recovery (3510)
The machine will not go into Sleep Mode when the Weekly Timer is selected.
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Other Features
Skyshot Mode
■ Skyshot allows copying a manuscript without generating dark borders
even if the platen cover or ADF is opened.
Skyshot mode eliminates dark borders around the originals, and is especially convenient for
copying small-sized originals like bank checks or documents with unusual shapes (round, oval,
etc.). These documents can be reproduced without generating any unnecessary black areas
simply by making a copy with the cover open.
Two types of Skyshot modes can be selected;
Digital Skyshot Mode : The scanning area (size) is not pre-determined.
Manual Skyshot Mode : The scanning area (size) is pre-registered into memory (M1 and M2) in
advance. (See page 72)
Making Copies
■ Digital Skyshot Mode
B4·FLS
1
Place the Original on the platen
(Opening the Platen Cover/ADF)
3
(2 )
Press START
Select the Digital Skyshot Mode
The Digital Skyshot has been 2 modes ( copy or copy ).
The default setting of Digital Skyshot Mode is “None”.
Before using this mode, select each setting by using the Function setting.
# Press the FUNCTION Key.
$ Touch the COPIER SETTINGS button.
% Touch the [ button to advance to the 02/04 Display
Screen of Copier Settings menu.
& Touch the 06 Digital skyshot mode button.
( Select the desired function and touch the OK button.
06 Digital skyshot setting
No
: None
Freeshp (Free shape) : Copy is made with slant.
Parallel
: Copy is made to parallel.
(within 5 degrees)
NOTE
copy
copy
C An incorrect exposure may occur when there is a black line at the edge of
the original or an image which the copier interprets as a black pattern in the
skyshot mode.
C An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light
shines onto the glass during skyshot mode.
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Other Features
Skyshot Mode
■ Manual Skyshot Mode
When using this function, the custom size should be registered into memory (M1, M2) in advance.
C Set 07 Manual Skyshot Mode in Copier Settings first. (See page 53)
Platen
UpperLeft
Corner
B4·FLS
1
Place the
Original*
2
Touch the JOB
MEMORY button
3
Select Custom
Size (M1 or M2)
45
Number of Press
Copies
START
2A3
Changing the default M1/M2 size
This setting should be carried out by a Key Operator.
# Select the COPIER SETTINGS in Function Setting
mode.
(See page 68)
$ Touch the FG buttons to advance to the 04/04
Display Screen of Copier Settings menu.
% Touch the 19 Set key operator code button.
& Enter the Key Operator’s ID Code and then press
the OK button.
( Touch the FG buttons to advance to the 03/05
Display Screen.
) Select 12 M1, size and 13 M2, size and enter the
original’s size.
* Touch the OK button.
∗
If using i-ADF, place original on the centre position of ADF Tray. The i-ADF tray can be
fed only 50 -105 g/m2 plain paper.
C When changing the M1 or M2 Size, consult with the key operator.
C When using the manual skyshot mode, the M1 and M2 are turned On and other job
memory cannot be used.
C To reset the manual skyshot mode, press the RESET key.
NOTE
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Combined Function Table
INSERTION/
OVERLAY
ZOOM/
EFFECTS
SORT/
FINISH
INSERTION/
OVERLAY
Others
1\ 2
2\ 1
2\ 2
Book \ 2
2 Page
N in 1
Booklet
Multi-Size Feeding
SADF
Sort
Shift-Sort
Rotate-Sort
Staple-Sort
Shift-Group
Rotate-Group
Non-Sort
Punch
Zoom
Auto Zoom
Edge
Book
Margin
Stamping
Image Repeat
Centering
Inverse
Cover
Insertion
OHP Interleaving
Presentation
Overlay
Form Overlay
Interrupt
Proof Copy
Tandem Copy
Manual Skyshot
Digital Skyshot
ZOOM/
EFFECTS
1\2
2\1
2\2
Book \ 2
2 Page
N in 1
Booklet
Multi-Size Feeding
SADF
Sort
Shift-Sort
Rotate-Sort
Staple-Sort
Shift-Group
Rotate-Group
Non-Sort
Punch
Zoom
Auto Zoom
Edge
Book
Margin
Stamping
Image Repeat
Centering
Inverse
Cover
Insertion
OHP Interleaving
Presentation
Overlay
Form Overlay
Interrupt
Proof Copy
Tandem Copy
Copy Reservation
Manual Skyshot
Digital Skyshot
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Making Copies
2-SIDED/ORIG.
\ COPY
First
Selections
Others
SORT/
FINISH
2-SIDED/ORIG.
\ COPY
Next
Selections
b : Possible Combined Functions.
✕ : Unavailable Combined Functions.
A : Next Selection is Carried Out.
R : When the same function is selected twice, the second selection is ignored.
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Function
■ Using Function Modes to change the Initial Copy Modes
Options
GENERAL
FUNCTIONS
COPIER
SETTINGS
PRINTER
SETTINGS
FAX/EMAIL
SETTING
SCANNER
SETTINGS
Input Identification (Key Operator ID) Code
General
Functions for
Key Operator
Copier
Settings for
Key Operator
■ Procedure
Printer
Settings for
Key Operator
Fax/EMAIL
Settings for
Key Operator
FUNCTION Key
RESET Key
B4·FLS
# Press the FUNCTION Key.
$ Select the COPIER SETTINGS in Function
Setting mode. (See page 62)
% Touch the [ button to advance to the 04/04
Display Screen of Copier Settings menu.
& Touch the 19 Set key operator code button.
( Enter the Key Operator’s ID Code and then
press the OK button.
) Follow the on screen instructions.
* After setting, touch the OK button on the
Display Panel.
+ Press the RESET key, then exit the Function
mode.
C Please refer to each operating instructions for options function settings.
NOTE
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Function
GENERAL FUNCTIONS
■ Using Function Modes to Change the Initial Machine Modes
Modes
Function
Initial
Setting
Copy
00 Power on default mode
Selects mode.
C Copy, Printer, Scanner
01 Manual add toner
Adds toner manually.
C Off, On
02 Sort memory status
Indicates the sorting memory status.
C Off, On
Off
03 Department counter
Indicates the department counter.
Consult
with an
authorised
service
dealer
04 Set key operator code
Input the Key Operator ID code.
01/01
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Making Copies
Screen
No.
Function
COPIER SETTINGS
■ Using Function Modes to change the Initial Copy Modes
Screen
No.
01/04
Modes
Function
00 Margin value default
Selects the margin shift value.
C 5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm
10 mm
01 Edge value default
Selects the edge width.
C 5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm
5 mm
02 Book value default
Selects the book void width.
C 15 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm, 30 mm
20 mm
03 Margin reduction default
Selects the reduction ratio in margin mode.
C No, Yes
No
04 2-sided mode default
Function sets the duplex priority mode.
C No, 1 to 2, 2 to 2, Book to 2
No
05 Reduce N in 1 for space Selects whether to disable edge deletion.
C No, Yes
No
06 Digital skyshot mode
Enables or disables the use of Skyshot mode.
C No, Freeshp, Parallel
Freeshp
07 Manual skyshot mode
Enables or disables the use of Manual
Skyshot.
C Off, M1 On, M2 On, M1&M2 On
Off
02/04
08 Auto contrast adjustment Automatically adjusts the copy density for text
and photographic originals.
C No, Yes
Yes
09 N in 1 default mode
2 in 1
Selects the N in 1 default mode.
C 2 in 1, 4 in 1, 8 in 1
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Function
■ Using Function Modes to change the Initial Copy Modes
03/04
04/04
Modes
Function
Initial
Setting
Reduce
11 Booklet default
magnification
Selects the booklet magnification.
C 100 %, Reduce
12 Sort mode default
ADF copy
Selects the sort mode.
C Non-sort, Sort, Staple-sort, Shift-Group
Sort
13 Sort mode default
FB copy
Selects the sort mode.
C Non-sort, Sort, Staple-sort, Shift-Group
Non-sort
14 Staple position setting
Selects the staple position.
C Landscape, Portrait
Portrait
15 Stamping default mode
Selects the stamping mode.
C Page, Date, Issue
Page
16 Page numbering style
Selects the page numbering style.
C -n-, n/m
-n-
17 Hole punch default
Enables the hole punch mode.
C Off, On
Off
18 Img. repeat dotted line
Selects the dotted line.
C None, Print
Print
19 Set key operator code
Input Key Operator ID code.
Making Copies
Screen
No.
*FB: Platen
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Function
SCANNER SETTINGS
■ Using Function Modes to change the Initial Scanner Modes
Screen
No.
01/02
02/02
Modes
Function
00 Original mode default
Sets the original setting.
C Text, T/P(Text/Photo), Photo
T/P
01 Compression mode
default
Sets the compression mode setting.
C MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
JBIG
02 Resolution default
Sets the resolution setting.
C 150 dpi, 300 dpi, 600 dpi
600 dpi
03 SADF mode
Sets the SADF mode setting.
C No, Yes
No
04 Bind position, 2-sided
original
Sets the bind position, 2-sided original setting.
CLongedge, Shortedge
Longedge
05 Add new address
To add new address.
C PC, DD, FTP
06 Edit address book
To edit address book. (See page 100)
07 Delete address
To delete address.
08 Scanner settings print
To print scanner settings print.
C Stop, Start
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Stop
Function
PRINTER SETTINGS
■ Using Function Modes to change the Initial Printer Modes
Screen
No.
02/04
Initial
Setting
Function
00 Number of prints
Sets the original setting.
C 1 ~ 999
1
01 Paper Size
Sets the paper size setting.
C A3, B4, A4, B5, A5, LEDGER, LEGAL,
LETTER, INVOICE, 8 × 13, 8.5 × 13
A4
02 Paper Tray
Sets the paper tray setting.
C Auto, Bypass, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4
Auto
03 Print direction
Sets the print direction setting.
C Portrait, Landscape
Portrait
04 Auto tray selection
Sets the auto tray setting.
C Off, On
On
05 2-sided print
Sets the 2-sided print setting.
C Off, On
Off
06 Bind position
Sets the bind position.
C Longedge, Shortedge
Longedge
07 Resolution
Sets the resolution setting.
C 1200 × 600, 600 × 600, 300 × 300
600 × 600
08 Font (PCL)
Sets the font of PCL.
C 0 ~ 99
0
09 Symbol table (PCL)
Sets symbol table (PCL).
C 0 ~ 35
11(PC-8)
Making Copies
01/04
Modes
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Function
PRINTER SETTINGS
■ Using Function Modes to change the Initial Printer Modes
Screen
No.
03/04
04/04
Modes
Function
10 Pitch (PCL)
Sets pitch(PCL).
C 0.44 - 99.99
11 Point size (PCL)
Sets point size(PCL).
C 4.00 - 999.75
12
12 Lines/Page (PCL)
Sets lines/page(PCL).
C 5 - 123
60
13 Return character (PCL)
Sets return character(PCL).
C CR, CR + LF
CR
14 Mutual A4/LTR
Converts A4 to Letter automatically.
C Off, On
Off
15 Mailbox memory status
Indicates the memory status of mailbox.
C Memory, Box
16 Print data
Sets print data.
C Stop, Start
19 Set key operator code
Input the Key Operator ID code.
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Function
GENERAL FUNCTIONS for Key Operator
Screen
No.
01/09
02/09
Modes
Function
00 Paper Size
Sets the paper size of each paper drawer.*
C A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5, 8 × 13, 8.5
× 13, FLS2, Ledger, Legal, Letter, Letter-R,
Invoice, AUTO**
01 Auto reset time
Selects the Control Panel reset time.
C None, 30 seconds, 1 min., 2 min., 3 min.,
4 min.
Sets the Energy Saver mode and time.
C 1-240 minutes
02 Power save mode timer
Initial
Setting
Consult
with an
authorised
service
dealer
1 min.
15
03 Sleep/off mode timer
Sets the Sleep/Auto off timer.
C None, 1-240 minutes
04 Language default
Selects the message language of the display.
05 Special paper tray 1
Sets the paper drawer for special paper
None
(ex: coloured).
C None, Paper Tray 1, Paper Tray 2, Paper Tray
3, Paper Tray 4, Sheet Bypass, LCT
06 Special paper tray 2
Sets the paper drawer for special paper
None
(ex: coloured).
C None, Paper Tray 1, Paper Tray 2, Paper Tray
3, Paper Tray 4, Sheet Bypass, LCT
07 Output Bin Copy
Sets the output bin.
C Upper, Bottom
Upper
08 Output Bin Printer
Sets the output bin.
C Upper, Bottom
Bottom
09 Output Bin FAX/E-MAIL
Sets the output bin.
C Upper, Bottom
Bottom
NOTE
90 (DP-4510/
6010)
15 (DP-3510)
English
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on
this page.
∗ Only 3 kind of Paper Size (Letter, A4, B5) will be available when selecting
Tray 1.
∗∗ “AUTO” Paper Size can be selected for Tray 2.
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■ Input the Key Operator ID Code to change Settings
Function
GENERAL FUNCTIONS for Key Operator
■ Input the Key Operator ID Code to change Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
10 Auto paper out rotate
Copier will automatically rotate image and
print when selected paper tray is empty.
C Off, On
11 Beep sound in Touch
Panel
12 Original set beep sound
Beep sound when touching the panel.
C Off, Soft, Loud
Beep sound when original is set on the Platen.
C No, Yes
Beep sound when original is set in the ADF.
C No, Yes
Monitors copy usage of each department.
(1) Print usage of each department
(2) Print limit of each department
(3) ID code of each department
03/09
13 Original set beep sound
in ADF
14 Dept. counter mode
04/09
Function
Soft
No
Yes
15 Fold position (A3/LDG)
C -4 - +4 mm
Consult
with an
authorised
service
dealer
0 mm
16 Fold position (B4)
C -4 - +4 mm
0 mm
17 Fold position (A4/LTR-R) C -4 - +4 mm
0 mm
19 Language select priority
C Off, On
Off
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on this page.
NOTE
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Off
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Function
■ Input the Key Operator ID Code to change Settings
Modes
20 Date time setting
21 Weekly-timer
22 DHCP default
05/09
23 TCP/IP address
24 TCP/IP subnet mask
25 TCP/IP default gateway
26 DNS server address
06/09
27 Hard disk format
28 Hard disk error check
NOTE
Function
Sets date time registered.
C Month, Day, Year, Time
Sets the weekly On/Off timer.
C Off, On
Sets the DHCP.**
CNo, Yes
Sets user IP address.**
C 3 digits × 4
Sets the subnet mask.**
C 3 digits × 4
Sets the gateway address.**
C 3 digits × 4
Sets the DNS server.**
C No, Yes
∗ Selects the hard disk format.
C Stop, Start
∗ Selects the hard disk error check.
C Stop, Start
Initial
Setting
Making Copies
Screen
No.
Off
Yes
No
∗
Not required in copying mode, but needed when installing options for
advanced functions (see page 126).
∗∗ When the No. 22 to 26 function is set, turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on
this page.
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Function
GENERAL FUNCTIONS for Key Operator
■ Input the Key Operator ID Code to change Settings
Screen
No.
07/09
Modes
Function
30 Sleep/Off mode
selection
Selects Sleep or Auto Off mode.
C Sleep, Auto Off
31 General settings print
Sets print of general function.
C Stop, Start
Sets clean the corona wire.
C Off, On
Indicates the MAC address.
32 Corona wire cleaning
33 MAC address
34 Address book group ID
Input group ID for address book.
C 0 ~ 99
Initial
Setting
Sleep
0
35 Tandem user parameter Input parameter of user machine.
08/09
36 Community Name(1)
Selects to change the SNMP of Community
Name (1).*
C Enables read only.
37 Community Name(2)
Selects to change the SNMP of Community
Name (2).*
C Enables read/write.
Input the device name when necessary.*
(For Status Monitor/EtherTalk Machine Name)
Input the device location when necessary.*
(For Status Monitor)
Sets the daylight time.
C No, Yes
38 Device Name
39 Device location
09/09
40 Daylight time
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on
this page.
∗ When the No. 36 to 39 function is set, turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
NOTE
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Yes
Function
Copier Settings for Key Operator
■ Input the Key Operator ID Code to change Settings
Modes
00 Paper size priority
01 Original mode default
01/05
02 Text contrast
03 T/P contrast
04 Photo contrast
06 Interleaving default
07 Page insertion default
02/05
08 Cover mode default
09 SADF mode
NOTE
Initial
Setting
Function
Selects paper size priority
C A3, B4, A4, B5, A5, LEDGER, LEGAL,
LETTER, INVOICE, 8 × 13, 8.5 × 13
Selects original setting
C Text, T/P (Text/Photo), Photo
Selects contrast for Text mode
C1 ~ 7
Selects contrast for Text/Photo mode
C1 ~ 7
Selects contrast for Photo mode
C1 ~ 7
Selects OHP interleaving paper
C Blank, Copy
Selects page insertion
C Blank, Copy
Selects cover paper
C F, Blank, F, Copy
FB, Blank, FB, Copy
(F: Front, FB: Front + Back)
Enables or disables the use of SADF function.
C No, Yes
A4
Making Copies
Screen
No.
T/P
4
4
4
Blank
Blank
F, Blank
Yes
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on
this page.
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Function
Copier Settings for Key Operator
■ Input the Key Operator ID Code to change Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
10 Maximum copy setting
12 M1, Size
03/05
13 M2, Size
16 Memory overflow
warning
17 Toner save mode (T)
04/05
18 Toner save mode (T/P)
19 Toner save mode (P)
Function
Determines whether to limit number of copies
(0-99).
Input a size in job memory 1 for frequently
used size.
C X: 5~432/Y: 5~297 mm
(See page 54)
Input a size in job memory 2 for frequently
used size.
C X: 5~432/Y: 5~297 mm
(See page 54)
Selects the task to perform when memory
overflow occurs
C Print, Cancel
Selects the toner save in Text mode.
C None, Level 1, Level 2*
Selects the toner save in Photo/Text mode.
C None, Level 1, Level 2*
Selects the toner save in Photo mode.
C None, Level 1, Level 2*
0
(No limit)
70 × 160 mm
(X) (Y)
95 × 220 mm
(X) (Y)
Print
None
None
None
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on this page.
Toner will be saved when selecting the Level 1 or 2 but copy quality will be dropped
less than None mode when selecting the Level 1 or 2.
Save value (Panasonic authorised 6 % density original):
Level 1: maximum approximately 10 % less than None mode.
Level 2: maximum approximately 20 % less than None mode.
NOTE
∗
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Function
■ Input the Key Operator ID Code to change Settings
05/05
Modes
20 Add new tandem
destination
21 Edit tandem
destination
22 Delete tandem
destination
23 Copier settings print
NOTE
Function
Initial
Setting
Inputs a new destination to split the copy job
Making Copies
Screen
No.
Edits a copy destination
Deletes a copy destination
Print the copier settings
C Start, Stop
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on
this page.
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Function
Printer Setting for Key Operator
■ Input the Key Operator ID Code to change Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
00 Job completion time
01 Page protection
02 Error page print
01/03
03 Spool function
04 Text print
05 PS Configuration print
06 Printer settings print
02/03
07 Font list print (PCL)
08 Font list print(PS)
09 Mailbox data holding
10 Delete mailbox data
03/03
11 Print queue delete
12 EtherTalk Zone name
Function
Sets the job completion time setting.
C 1~ 999 sec.
Compress automatically then print out.
C Off, On
Sets print the error page.
C Off, On
Sets the spool function.
C Off, On
Prints text page only.
C Off, On
Sets the status page print of PS.
C Stop, Start
Sets the printer status print.
C Stop, Start
Sets the font list print of PCL.
C Stop, Start
180 sec.
Off
On
On
On
Sets the font list of PS.
C Stop, Start
Sets the automatic holding function of mailbox data. 7 days
C Infinity, 1 day, 2 days, 3 days, 4 days, 6 days, 7 days
Sets delete the mailbox data.*
Before
C All, Before
Sets authorisation to delete the print queue.
Key op.
C Free, Key op. (operator)
Input a EtherTalk Zone name.**
C Maximum 32 charcters
∗ Functions except 0 and 11 are available when optional accessories are installed.
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on this page.
∗∗ When the No. 12 function is set, turn OFF and ON the Power Switch.
NOTE
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Function
Function Setting for Key Operator
■ Changing the Auto Contrast Setting
You can select whether the copying density is adjusted automatically for text and photographic
originals.
FUNCTION Key
Making Copies
1
Press the FUNCTION Key.
B4·FLS
2
Proceed as Follows:
# Touch COPIER SETTINGS.
$ Proceed to next page.
% Select 08 Auto contrast adjust.
& Select whether Auto Exposure is to be
performed, and then touch the OK button.
( Press the RESET key, then exit the Function
mode.
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Function
Function Setting for Key Operator
■ Changing the Paper Size
The paper trays are designed to accommodate A5, A4, A4 R, B4/FLS and A3 Size paper. To
change the paper size, perform the steps shown below. It is not required to take step 1 and 2
when selecting Tray 2.
1
Press the FUNCTION Key.
FUNCTION Key
B4·FLS
2
Proceed as Follows:
# Touch GENERAL FUNCTIONS.
( Touch the Paper Tray you wish to
change and touch the SIZE CHANGE
button.
$ Select 04 Set key operator code
button.
) Touch the Paper Size you wish to
change and touch OK button.
% Input ID Code (4 digits) and touch the
OK button.
Tray 2 only
Only 3 kind of Paper Size (A4, B5 and
Letter) will be available when selecting
Tray 1.
& Select 00 Paper size.
* Touch the OK button.
+ Press the RESET key, then exit the
Function mode.
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Function
3
Changing the Paper Guide and Paper Size Indicator in the Paper Tray
Making Copies
# Pull out paper tray and remove the
paper.
$ Move the paper guide a to the
required paper length.
a
b
% Move the paper guide b to the
required paper width.
Pinch the stopper to move the paper
guide b.
& Change the paper size indicator.
A5
A3
B4.FLS
A4
A4
For Tray 2:Insert the paper size indicator
which showing the same
paper size selected at $ &
%, then the paper size will be
automatically selected.
( Close the paper tray.
NOTE
C It is recommended that the paper guide b be fixed in place with screws.
Consult an authorised servicing dealer for details on how to fasten using
screws.
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Function
Function Setting for Key Operator
■ Department Counter
Key Operator can manage, limit copies, counters and code numbers for each department.
(Maximum department number: 300)
1
Press the FUNCTION Key.
FUNCTION Key
B4·FLS
2
Proceed as Follows:
# Touch GENERAL FUNCTIONS.
& Scroll to screen 03/09 and select 14
Dept. Counter mode.
$ Touch 04 Set key operator code
button.
( Touch the TOTAL COUNTER button to
display the sum of all the active
department counters.
% Input ID Code (4 digits) and touch
the OK button.
CTo clear the total counter, touch the
INPUT button, enter 0 and touch the
OK button.
CTo print the counter lists for each
department, touch the LIST PRINT
button.
C To reset the function mode, press the RESET button.
NOTE
C Contact your authorised servicing dealer to enable the Department Counter feature.
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Function
3
Change the Department Counter Number, ID Code and limit the
Maximum Number of Copies
Number of Department Counter
# Touch the DEPT. COUNTER button.
$ Select the desired department using the scroll button.
% Input “0” to clear the counter.
& Touch the OK button.
00112345678
Counter (8 digits)
Limit Number of Copies for Each Department
# Touch the MAX. COPIES button.
$ Select the desired department using the scroll button.
% Input the maximum number of copies. (Max. 8 digits)
& Touch the OK button.
00112345678
Department No.
(3 digits)
Maximum number of Copies (8 digits)
I.D Code Number for Each Department
# Touch the ID CODE button.
$ Select the desired department using the scroll button.
% Input the ID Code number. (8 digits)
& Touch the OK button.
00112345678
Department No.
(3 digits)
4
ID Code number (8 digits)
Exit function mode
# Touch the OK button.
$ Press the RESET button on control panel.
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Making Copies
Department No.
(3 digits)
Function
Function Setting for Key Operator
■ Weekly Timer
Key Operator can manage each on/off time in a week.
1
Press the FUNCTION Key.
FUNCTION Key
B4·FLS
2
Proceed as Follows:
# Touch GENERAL FUNCTIONS.
$ Select 04 Set key operator code button.
% Input ID Code (4 digits) and touch the OK button.
& Scroll to screen 05/09 and select 21 Weekly timer.
( Set the End and Start time using the keypad, then touch the OK button.
C To reset the function mode, press the RESET or FUNCTION key.
NOTE
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Function
■ Network Settings
Key Operator can manage Network settings for Network functions.
1
Press the FUNCTION Key.
FUNCTION Key
2
Making Copies
B4·FLS
Proceed as Follows:
# Touch GENERAL FUNCTIONS.
$Select 04 Set key operator code button.
% Input ID Code (4 digits) and touch the OK button.
& Scroll to screen 05/09 and select 23 TCP/IP address.
( Input TCP/IP address using the keypad, then touch the OK button.
NOTE
C Followings should be set in accordance with Network condition.
22. DHCP default
24. TCP/IP subnet mask
25. TCP/IP default gateway
26. DNS server address
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Accessories
Components
2-Bin Finisher*
(DA-FS330 for DP-3510)
(DA-FS600 for DP-4510/6010)
(See page 83-85, 88)
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher*
(DA-FS355 for DP-3510)
(See page 92)
Image Memory
(DA-SM16B/64B/28B)
C 16/64/128 MB
C To increase the memory capacity
for electronic sorting.
Punch Unit for DA-FS600/605
(DA-SP31)
(See page 83, 87)
HDD Unit
(DA-HD60)
CFor PS Printing (for Fonts)
Security Print/Mailbox
Tandem copy/Concurrent copy
I-FAX without mail server
1,000 Station registration
Print Job Spooling
OneRIP
Account Management
Punch Unit for DA-FS355
(DA-SP41)
(See page 95)
Expansion Board
(DA-EM600)
CExpansion F-ROM(8 MB)
2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher*
(DA-FS605 for DP-4510/6010)
(See page 83-87)
Network Scanner Kit
(DA-NS600)
Exit Tray
(DA-XT600)
System Console
(DA-DS601/602)
C To increase the paper feed
sources and capacity.
DA-DS601: Paper Tray × 1
DA-DS602: Paper Tray × 2
(550 sheets)
3000-Sheet Tray(LCT)
(DA-MA301)
C To increase the paper feed capacity.
(3000 sheets)
C Contact your authorised servicing dealer for details on combinations of options.
∗ Optional Power Supply for Finisher (DA-PW600) is needed. (Except Europe)
NOTE
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2 Bin Finisher (DA-FS600)/2 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605)
1. Operation
Punch Unit (DA-SP-31)
When punching the copies (4 holes).
1 Bin
2 Bin
Saddle Stitcher Tray (DA-FS605)
When using the Booklet copy mode (See page 33).
(1) Bin Capacity (sheets)
Paper Size
Staple-sort
A4
A4 R, B4, A3
1 Bin
2 Bin
750
750
or (30 sets)
500
500
or (30 sets)
1000
1000
500
500
Options
Modes
Non-sort
A4, A5*
A4 R, B4, FLS*, A3
Shift-sort
Shift-group
∗ A5, FLS size is not applicable for Shift-sort and Shift-group.
(2) Saddle Stitcher Tray Capacity
Item
Paper Size
Capacity
Description
A3, B4, A4 R
W/out binding: 1 sheet
(including single cover page)
W/binding:
2 to 15 sheets
Paper Capacity 10 sets (stack of 11 to 15 sheets), 15 sets (stack of 6 to 10 sheets)
25 sets (stack of 5 sheets or less)
(3) Punch Unit
Hole Punch
4
NOTE
Paper Size
A3, A4
C If output sheets are curled, or not properly aligned, remove the paper from
the paper tray, turn it over, and replace it in the paper tray.
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Accessories
2 Bin Finisher (DA-FS600) / 2 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605)
2. Features
Shift-group
Shift-sort
Staple-sort
Punch
Saddle-Stitch
(DA-SP31)
2
4
6
1
1
1
3
1
5
C Shift electronic sort copy
(A3, B4, A4, A4 R)
C Staple electronic C Stack by punch C Staple electronic
sort copy
sort copy
4 hole: A4/A3
C Up to 60 originals
C Up to 50 sheets
(A4)/30 sheets
(A3, B4, A4 R)
(A3, B4, A4 R)
C Paper weight:
64 - 80 g/m2
C Paper weight:
2
(DA-FS605 only)
64 - 80 g/m
3. How to use
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
Platen
Staple Position
(ex. $-1)
Face-Down
1 2 3
Place the Select
Original(s) SORT/
FINISH
mode
* The Shift-Sort is not available in the
first set when the memory is full.
A5 size is not applicable for Shift-sort
and Shift-group.
Select
Finisher
Mode
84
Number
of copies
Select the type of copy group mode into inverting unit.
# SHIFT-SORT*
Multiple copies are sorted automatically and
stacked with shift.
$ STAPLE-SORT
Following functions can be selected by pressing
Staple-Sort button.
$-1: Top left corner (1 position) (except A5 C, FLS C)
$-2: Left (2 positions) (except A5 C, A4 C, FLS C)
$-3: Bottom left corner (1 position) (except A5
C, FLS C)
% SHIFT-GROUP*
Multiple copies are stored by shifting.
& NON-SORT
Copy is stored on the tray.
( PUNCH
Copies are punched and exited onto bin/tray.
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Accessories
4. Replacing the Staple Cartridge
The message shown on the left
appears when the staples run out.
1
5
Reinstall the Staple Cartridge.
6
Close the Stapler Cover.
Insert the staple cartridge until the
lever locks.
2
Options
Staple Cover
1
Staple Cartridge
3
Replace the Staple Case.
New
Empty
4
Tape
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Accessories
2 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605)
When supplying the saddle stitcher unit with staples
Supplying the Saddle Stitcher Unit with Staples
1
6
Stitcher Unit
Lower Front
Cover
7
2
Until it
stops
Green Handle
3
8
Close the Lower Front Cover.
Stitcher Unit
4
Empty Cartridge
5
New Cartridge
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1
Remove the Staple Cartridge.
Staple
Cartridge
2
Residual
Staple
■ When the punch hole residue container
is full (For Punch Unit/DA-SP31)
When the punch hole residue indicator
lights up, this indicates that the container
is full.
1
Punch Unit
Front Cover
Options
If the unit fails to staple after replacing the
Staple Cartridge, follow the instructions below.
2
Punch Hole
Residue Container
3
3
4
5
Close the Punch Unit Front
Cover.
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Accessories
2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330)
1. Components
Upper Bin
C Hole punch
C A5R/A4/A4R/B4/FLS/A3
Lower Bin
C A4 size only (Except A4 C)
C Stapling (Up to 30 sheets)
C Shift electronic sort
C Hole Punch
2. Features
■Upper Bin
Rotate
Punch
3
2
1
C Sort by rotating sets
C 4-Hole punch
(A3, A4)
■Lower Bin
Shift
Punch
Punch and Shift
C Offset using
electronic sorting
(A4)
Staple Sort
Punch and Staple
C Offset using
C Sort by punching
punching and
and stapling sets
electronic sorting (A4)
(A4)
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C Sort by stapling sets
C Up to 30
sheets (A4)
C Paper weight:
64 - 80 g/m2
Accessories
3. How to use
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
Platen
Face-Down
∗
1 2 3
Place the Select
Original
SORT/
FINISH
mode
In the 4 hole punch mode, A3 size
and A4 B size are available.
NOTE
Select
Finisher
Mode
4 5
Number
of Copies
Press
START
Options
Staple Position
(ex. $-1)
Select the type of copy group mode into 2-bin finisher
and press OK.
# SORT
Multiple copies are sorted automatically and
stacked with shift.
$ ROTATE-SORT (Upper bin only)
Copied sets are separated by rotation and exited
onto tray.
% ROTATE-GROUP (Upper bin only)
Grouped copies are rotated and exited onto tray.
& NON-SORT
Copy is stored on the tray.
( PUNCH*
Sorted copies are punched and exited onto tray.
(Except Rotate-Sort and Rotate-Group modes)
) SHIFT-SORT (Lower bin only)
Copied sets are offset and exited onto tray.
* STAPLE-SORT (Lower bin only)
Sorted copies are stapled and exited onto tray.
+ SHIFT-GROUP (Lower bin only)
Grouped copies are offset and exited onto tray.
C The above sort modes may not work if you are using gray originals, as this
may cause a memory overflow.
C In such a case, it is recommended either make copies by separate lots
(except staple-sort) or install optional Hard Disk Drive (DA-HD60).
C If output sheets are curled, or not properly aligned, remove the paper from
the paper tray, turn it over, and replace it in the paper tray.
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Accessories
2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330)
4. Replacing the staple cartridge
The message shown on the left appears
when the staples run out.
1
6
2
7
Tape
Stapler Cover
3
Stapler Unit
8
Lock Lever
4
Staple Cartridge
5
Replace the Staple Case.
9
10
# Close the stapler cover.
$ Return the finisher to
the original position.
Check the operation.
Select the staple-sort mode with
control panel and print the desired
data.
New
Empty
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Accessories
5. If the unit fails to staple after replacing the staple follow the instruction below.
(See page 90)
Jammed
Staple
3
1
2
Reinstall the staple cartridge
according to staple replacing
procedures steps 7 to 10 and
check operation. (See page 90)
Options
1
2
Remove the staple cartridge
according to staple replacing
procedures steps 1 to 4.
6. Punch disposal
Pull out the finisher.
# Pull out the trash box.
$ Dispose the punch hole residue.
3
Finisher Entry Guide
Trash Box
4
Return the finisher to original
position.
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Accessories
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355)
1. Components
Bin
C Hole Punch
C Staples
Stitch Tray
C Saddle Stitcher Tray
Punch Hole Residue
Indicator Light
2. Features
(1-Bin Finisher)
Shift-group
Shift-sort
Staple-sort
Punch
Saddle-Stitch
(DA-SP41)
2
4
6
1
1
1
3
5
1
C Shift electronic sort copy
C Staple electronic C Stack by punch C Staple electronic
C A5, FLS size is not applicable
sort copy
sort copy
4 hole: A4/A3
for Shift-sort and Shift-group. C Up to 50 sheets
C Up to 40 originals
(A4, A4 R)/
(A3, B4, A4 R)
25 sheets
C Paper weight:
(A3, B4)
64 - 80 g/m2
C Paper weight:
64 - 80 g/m2
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Accessories
2. How to use
i-ADF
B4·FLS
Face-Up
Platen
Face-Down
∗
1 2 3
Place the Select
Original
SORT/
FINISH
mode
The Shift-Sort is not available in the
first set when the memory is full.
A5 size is not applicable for Shiftsort and Shift-group.
NOTE
Select
Finisher
Mode
4 5
Number
of Copies
Press
START
Options
Staple Position
(ex. $-1)
Select the type of copy group mode into inverting
unit.
# SHIFT-SORT*
Multiple copies are sorted automatically and
stacked with shift.
$ STAPLE-SORT
Following functions can be selected by pressing.
Staple-Sort button.
$-1:Top left corner (1 position) (except A5 C )
$-2:Left (2 positions) (except A5 C )
$-3:Bottom left corner (1 position) (except A5 C )
% SHIFT-GROUP*
Multiple copies are stored by shifting.
& NON-SORT
Copy is stored on the tray.
( PUNCH
Copies are punched and exited onto bin/tray.
C If output sheets are curled, or not properly aligned, remove the paper from
the paper tray, turn it over, and replace it in the paper tray.
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Accessories
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355)
4. Replacing the staple cartridge
The message shown on the left appears
when the staples run out.
1
6
New Staple Case
Finisher Front Cover
2
Blue Mark
3
4
Stapler Unit
Staple Cartridge
5
Empty Staple Case
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7
8
Tape
Staple Cartridge
9
10
11
Stapler Unit
Close the Finisher Front Cover.
Check the operation
Select the staple-sort mode with control
panel and print the desired data.
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Accessories
5. If the unit fails to staple after replacing the staple follow the instruction below.
1
2
3
Remove the staple cartridge
according to staple replacing
procedures steps 1 to 4.
(See Page 94)
# Lift up the Cartridge Knob.
$ Remove the jammed staple.
% Return the Cartridge Knob.
Reinstall the staple cartridge
according to staple replacing
procedures steps 7 to 9 and check
operation. (See Page 94)
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1
2
Pull out the finisher.
3
# Dispose the punch hole residue.
4
Return the finisher to original
position.
Options
6. Punch disposal
Pull out the trash box.
$ Return the trash box.
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memo
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Network Scanner (Option)
Document Scanning
■ Document Scanning
To use the Network Scanner feature, you must first install and configure the included Panasonic
Document Management System (PDMS) onto you PC.
B4·FLS
1 2
Place the Press the SCAN/
Original
FILE key
3 4
Select
Select desired
destination from MODE SETTINGS
the ADDRESS
BOOK
5
Press
START
3
# Select a destination from the
ADDRESS BOOK.
4
$ Select the Resolution.
% Select the Original mode.
& Select the Exposure.
( Press the START key.
Network Scanner
The document is scanned and the image is conveyed to the selected destination.
The Scanner Reception Notice appears on the destination PC.
6
# This notice is displayed on the
destination PC.
$ To view the scanned image, click the
Display button.
7
# The Document Manager Software (or
your designated viewer) will start on your
PC.
$ Double click the Document Desktop.
% Click the Network Scanner Image folder.
& The scanned Image(s) will be displayed.
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Network Scanner (Option)
Address Book
■ Adding a New PC’s IP Address
Inputting PC IP Addresses for PC Scanning into the Address Book.
To add a new IP Address for a PC, follow the steps below
1
2
3
4
Press Function Key.
Touch Scanner Settings button
and touch “05 Add new
address”.
Enter the IP Address by using
the Keypad and then touch the
OK button.
Ex: 123.001.056.215
NOTE:When entering one
or two digit address,
add “00” or “0”
before that address.
Then enter the station name by
using the QWERTY keyboard
then touch the OK button.
(Up to 15 characters)
Ex: SALES DEPT
Button Name
Function
Used to input upper case letter(s).
CAPS
Used to input numbers and symbols.
NUMERIC/
SYMBOLS
# When touching the NUMERIC/SYMBOLS button,
a list with numbers and symbols is displayed.
$ Select the required number(s) or
symbol(s) then, touch the CLOSE button.
Used to move the cursor to the left or to the right side.
BACK SPACE Used to erase the character before the cursor.
Used to enter a space.
SPACE
Used to complete your entry.
OK
CANCEL
Used to cancel your entry.
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5
Then enter the key name (up to 15
characters).
(By default, the key name will be up to
15 characters of the station’s name. If
you do not want to change it, touch the
OK button.)
6
If you want to assign this address into
the Favourite section, press YES,
otherwise press NO.
Note: The Address Book area is
reduced by the number of
assigned Favourite stations.
7
Select PC* then touch the OK button.
8
Touch the OK button.
Do not change the default Port Number
without your Network Administrator’s
approval.
(Up to 65535, default is 06509)
To record another PC’s IP Address,
repeat steps 3 to 8.
NOTE
∗
If you select DD, input will be noticed as DD server. (See page 103 )
C If you make a mistake, use I or H to move the cursor beyond the incorrect
character, press CLEAR then re-enter the new character.
C The Address Book cannot be changed or erased until the communication
has finished.
To change or erase the settings, wait until finish communication.
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Network Scanner
Network Scanner (Option)
Network Scanner (Option)
Address Book
■ Editing the Address Book
If you have to change or erase any of the Address Book stations, follow the steps below.
To change the settings of an Address Book station
1
2
3
4
Press Function Key.
Touch the Scanner Settings button
and touch “06 Edit address book”.
Select the station you wish to change.
Ex: SALES DEPT
Then enter a new IP Address and
touch the OK button.
Ex: 123.001.056.220
NOTE:When entering one or two digit
address, add “00” or “0” before
that address.
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Network Scanner (Option)
5
6
7
Delete the current station name
using the Back Space button.
Then enter a new station’s name.
Ex: PANASONIC
8
Then select a new selection, PC or
DD.*
9
*Do not change the default Port
Number without your Network
Administrator’s approval.
Default: 0650
Delete the current button name
using the Back Space button.
Then enter a new button name.
Ex: PANASONIC
NOTE
Network Scanner
If you want to assign this address
into the Favourite section, press
YES, otherwise press NO.
C If you select DD, the input will be assigned as DD Server. (See page 103)
C If you make a mistake, use I or H to move the cursor beyond the
incorrect character, press “C” (CLEAR) key, then re-enter a new character.
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Network Scanner (Option)
Address Book
To delete an entry from the Address Book
1
2
3
4
Touch the Function Key.
Touch the Scanner Settings button and
touch “07 Delete address”.
Enter the station you wish to delete
and touch the OK button.
Ex: SALES DEPT
Touch YES.
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Network Scanner (Option)
■ Adding the DD Server IP Address
Input the DD Server’s IP Address into the Address Book.
To add the DD Server IP Address, follow the steps below
1~6
Use the same procedure as
Adding a New PC’s IP Address.
(See page 98)
Select DD and then touch the OK
button.
7
8
Enter the account name by using
the QWERTY keyboard.
(Up to 60 characters)
Ex: Jack
Network Scanner
Enter the password by using the
QWERTY keyboard and then
touch the OK button.
(Up to 60 characters)
Ex: Jack
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Network Scanner (Option)
Address Book
9
10
11
Then enter the directory name,
using the QWERTY keyboard.
(Up to 60 characters)
Ex: SALESDEPT
12
Select whether to display the
shortcut (OK or CANCEL).
*Do not change the default Port
Number without your Network
Administrator’s approval.
(Up to 65535, default is 21)
Select SAVE or RETRIEVE, then
touch the OK button.
C The same procedure as “Adding DD Server IP Address” mentioned above will be
applied for Editing and Erase.
NOTE
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Problem Solving
k)
Adding Paper (k
■ 550-Sheet Paper Tray
■ 1550-Sheet Paper Tray
1
2
Place the paper with the copying surface facing down.
C Special papers, like glossy paper, mailing labels and transparencies cannot be used
in the Paper Tray. Use the sheet bypass for special paper.
3
Max Level Indicator
4
k
ATTENTION
C Do not use paper with folds or wrinkles.
Refer to page 67 for details on changing the paper size for the Paper Tray.
C Unused paper should always be placed into a bag and the opening should
be sealed for storage.
If the paper is left exposed, problems such as paper curl, paper jams,
wrinkles or loss of copied image quality may occur.
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Problem Solving
Adding Paper
■ 3000 Sheet Large Capacity Paper Tray (LCT) (DA-MA301)
1
Paper Feed Tray
Do not touch the tray while it is moving.
2
Face-Up
After tray stops, place paper neatly on the tray.
A4 size only (portrait).
3
Overfill Indicator
Up to 3000 sheets, 75 g/m2 paper.
4
Close the door.
∗
NOTE
When using papers with one side printed, place papers with black face
upward.
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Problem Solving
?)
Replacing the Toner Bottle (?
1
5
2
Toner Hopper
Cap
6
Toner Bottle
3
7
Hopper
Close the Front Cover.
Empty Toner Bottle
4
New Toner Bottle
10 to 15 times
?
ATTENTION
C For optimum copy quality use the recommended Panasonic toner. Store
toner in a cool dark place. Do not unseal toner before use. Use it as fast as
possible after unsealing.
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Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ Paper Misfeed Indicators and Locations
When a paper misfeed occurs, the Misfeed Indicator and the misfeed
location(s) will be displayed on the Touch Panel Display.
B4·FLS
DA-FS330
DA-FS355
DA-FS600
DA-FS605
H
J
DC
E
I
Paper Misfeed Locations
F
B
G
A
Misfed Location Indicator
C Indicates to open each cover, check
and remove any misfed paper.
(See pages 109 - 118)
Finisher
H: Finisher (See page 109)
Copier
ADU
Paper Feed Unit
LCT
A: System Console (See page 117)
B: Paper Entry Area (See page 114)
C: Paper Transport Area (See page 114)
D: Paper Exit/Fuser Area (See page 115)
E: ADU Area (See page 116)
F: Reverse Area (See page 115)
G:LCT Large Capacity Paper Tray Area (See page 117)
i-ADF
J: i-ADF (See page 118)
C Make sure that the Misfeed Indicator goes off after removing the misfed paper.
The Misfeed Indicator will not go off if the paper is still jammed in the copier. Check
again and remove all misfed paper.
NOTE
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Problem Solving
■ 2-Bin Finisher
(DA-FS600/FS605)
C Make sure that the Misfeed Indicator
resets after removing all misfed paper.
1
4
Misfed Paper
Misfed Paper
Punch Cover
2
Finisher
5
Push
Release button
Finisher Upper Cover
3
When the Punch Unit is
installed:
Punch Cover
6
Inner Cover
Misfed Paper
7
Transport
Cover
Misfed Paper
8
I
Close the Finisher Upper
Cover.
Return the Finisher to the
original position.
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Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ 2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
(DA-FS605 only)
C Make sure that the Misfeed Indicator
resets after removing all misfed paper.
1
Finisher
5
Misfed Paper
Saddle
Exit Cover
Push
Release button
2
Lower Front
Cover
6
Misfed Paper
Infeed
Cover
7
8
3
4
Close the Lower Front Cover.
Return the finisher to the original
position.
Push and Turn
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Problem Solving
■ 2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330)
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator
resets after removing all misfed paper.
1
#
Upper Cover
When paper cannot be removed:
4
$
Finisher Guide
Misfed Paper
2
# Pull out the finisher.
When the misfed paper is not found:
$ Pull out the trash box.
(See Page 87)
% Open the stapler cover.
(See Page 86)
5
#
$
Knob B
6
3
# Close the staple cover and
install the trash box.
$ Return the finisher to original
position.
#
Knob A
$
I
Misfed Paper
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Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355)
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator
resets after removing all misfed paper.
1
Misfed Paper
4
Upper Cover
2
5
Return the finisher to original
position.
Finisher
3
Upper Cover
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Problem Solving
■ 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355)
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator
resets after removing all misfed paper.
1
6
Finisher
Misfed Paper
7
2
Inner Cover
Finisher Front Cover
8
3
Misfed Paper
Lower
Knob
9
4
Return the finisher to original
position.
I
Stitch Tray
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Cover.
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Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ Paper Transport Area
■ Paper Entry Area
1
1
2
2
Right Cover
Misfed Paper
Transport Release Lever
3
3
Paper
Transport
Knob
4
5
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Push and Turn
Ensure to close the Front
Cover.
4
5
Push back the Paper Tray 1 or 2.
Close the Right Cover.
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Problem Solving
■ Paper Exit/Fuser Area
C Make sure that the Misfeed Indicator
resets after removing all misfed paper.
1
4
Magnet
Front Cover
2
Heat Roller Cover
5
Caution
heated
surface
Exit Cover
3
6
Ensure to close the Heat Roller
Cover, Exit Cover and the Front
cover.
Fuser Knob
■ Reverse Area
2
I
1
3
Close the Left Cover.
Left Cover
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Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ Automatic Duplex Unit (ADU)
C Make sure that the Misfeed Indicator
resets after removing all misfed paper.
1
5
Knob 5 (Right)
6
2
Automatic Duplex Unit
4
1
Knob 5 (Left)
Transport Release Lever
3
2
7
8
Push back the ADU into the copier.
9
Ensure to close the Front Cover.
Push and turn
1
2
Knob 5 (Centre)
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Problem Solving
■ System Console
(DA-DS601/DS602)
1
Right Cover Lower
■ Large Capacity Paper Tray
(DA-MA301)
1
# Hold the latch and slide the large
capacity paper tray to the right.
Misfed Paper
Latch
2
Misfed Paper
3
4
2
3
Misfed Paper
Door
# Close the door.
$ Return the large capacity paper
tray to original position.
Push back the Paper Tray 3 or 4.
Close the Right Cover Lower.
I
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Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ i-ADF
C Make sure that the Misfeed Indicator
resets after removing all misfed paper.
1
ADF Cover
5
Misfed
Paper
2
6
Inner Cover
Misfed Paper
Exit Guide
3
ADF Tray
4
7
Green
Labelled Tab
Exit Guide
8
Misfed Paper
Close the ADF.
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Troubleshooting
Before Calling Service
Check
Action
Unit Does Not Operate
Does the display light?
Check if the Power Switches (Main Power
Switch on the back and Power Switch on the
Left Side of the machine) are turned ON and if
the power cord is plugged into the AC outlet.
Does the Energy Saver key flash (or light)
and displays are turned OFF?
(See page 56)
Press Energy Saver key on the control
panel.
Does any of the U## codes and messages
appear on the display?
(U1, U4, U6, U7, U9....etc.,)
Perform actions in accordance with each
message.
Does the Add Staples indicator and
message appear on the display?
Add Staples
(DA-FS600/FS605 : See page 85)
(DA-FS330
: See page 90)
(DA-FS355
: See page 94)
Remove all jammed staples.
(DA-FS600/FS605 : See page 87)
(DA-FS330
: See page 91)
(DA-FS355
: See page 95)
Does the Add Paper indicator and
message appear on the display? (J)
Add paper. (See page 105)
Does the paper misfeed indicator and
message appear on the display? (I)
Remove the misfed paper. (See page 108)
Does E#-## indicator and message appear
on the display?
Turn the Main Power Switch on the Back
and the Power Switch on the Left Side of
the machine to the OFF position, then back
ON again. If the error code does not clear,
call your Service provider.
The machine would not accept the next job
during operation, instructed job would not
be accepted for long time period or job
would not be completed.
Turn the Power Switch Off/On.
Does the exposure indicator say
“LIGHTER”?
Touch the “DARKER” button.
Does the Add Toner indicator and message
appear on the display? (?)
Replace the Toner Bottle.
(See page 107)
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Light Copies
Troubleshooting
Before Calling Service
Check
Action
Marked Copies
Is the copier Platen Glass or Platen Sheet
dirty?
Clean the Platen Glass or Sheet.
(See below)
Is the original an OHP film or a dark
original?
Cover the original with a sheet of white
paper before copying or lighten the
exposure setting.
■ User Error Codes (U Code)
Code
U1
U4
U6
U7
U9
U12
U13
U15
U16
Check Points
Code
Front Cover is open.
Finisher is pull out.
Right Cover is open.
Right Cover Lower is open.
Left Cover is open.
Finisher Staple Cover/Upper Cover is open.
Trash Box is not installed. (DA-FS330)
Low Toner.
Call your Service provider.
Call your Service provider.
U18
U20
U21
U30
U31
U32
U33
U34
U35
U90
Check Points
Total Copy Count is limit, consult your Key Operator.
ADF is open.
ADF is opened while scanning from ADF.
Punch Dust Cover is open.
Paper is remained in the Saddle-Stitcher Unit.
Finsher Infeed/Inner Cover is open. (DA-FS605/FS355)
Stapler of Saddle Stitcher Unit is incorrectly (DA-FS605/FS355)
Finisher Lower Front Cover is open. (DA-FS605)
Saddle Exit Cover is open. (DA-FS605)
Need to replace the battery.
■ If the measures outlined above do not solve the problem, call your Service provider.
Copier Care
■ As a rule, clean weekly.
Platen Sheet
Platen Glass/Platen Sheet
# Wipe marks off with a cloth and a neutral
detergent.
$ Wipe again with a dry cloth.
Platen (glass)
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Troubleshooting
Replacing the Battery
The copier has an internal battery (Product No.: CR2032) which maintains the date and
time. In the event the battery requires replacement, the following message will be displayed.
■ Battery Replacement Message
U90
■ Battery Replacement Procedure
1
2
#Remove the Battery.
1
Data LED
4
!
$Install the new Battery.
2
3
ATTENTION
Turn the Power Switch OFF.
Open the Front Cover.
Pull out the Battery Holder located
directly under the Data LED of the
Control Panel.
Data LED
NOTE:
When the battery is placed in the
holder ensure the + side is up.
Reinstall the Battery Holder.
Ensure to close the Front Cover.
Turn the Power Switch ON.
Set the date and time.
(See page 69)
C The service life of the battery is approximately 1 year under normal use.
CAUTION
• THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM BATTERY. DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY
REPLACED.
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO
THE INSTRUCTIONS OF YOUR LOCAL SOLID WASTE OFFICIALS.
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Others
denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
Specifications
■ DP-6010/4510/3510 (Copier)
Type
Desk Top
Platen Type
Fixed
Acceptable Originals
Sheets, Books (max. A3)
Copying Method
Laser Electrophotography
Fixing Method
Heat Roller Fixing
Imaging Method
Dry-Type Two component imaging
Resolution
Maximum: 600 dpi
Operation Panel
Touch Panel Display
Maximum Copy Size
A3 - A5 via paper tray
Void Area
Maximum: 5 mm
Warm Up Time
DP-6010/4510 : Approx. 180 seconds (20°C)
DP-3510
: Approx. 30 seconds (20°C)
First Copy Time
DP-6010: 3.5 seconds
DP-4510: 4.5 seconds
DP-3510: 5.8 seconds
(A4 , from 1st tray, Platen)
Multi-Copy Speed
DP-6010: 60 cpm (A4 size)
DP-4510: 45 cpm (A4 size)
DP-3510: 35 cpm (A4 size)
Enlargement Ratios
Preset: 115 %, 122 %, 141 %, 173 %, 200 %
Variable: from 101 - 400 % in 1 % increments
Reduction Ratios
Preset: 87 %, 82 %, 71 %, 58 %, 50 %
Variable: from 99 - 25 % in 1 % increments
Paper Feed
Paper tray (1550 sheets + 550 sheets) + Sheet bypass (50 sheets)
+ System Console (1100 sheets)
Paper Weight
Paper Tray: 60 - 90 g/m2 (Bypass: 55 - 133 g/m2)
Quantity Selector
Maximum: 999 sheets (Optional Exit Tray capacity is 250 sheets)
Electrical Consumptions
220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz, 6.5 A
Energy Consumption
1.45 kW
Dimensions (W × D × H)
600 × 753 × 735 mm
Weight
131 kg: DP-6010/4510
128 kg: DP-3510
Operating Environment
Temperature: 10 - 30°C Relative Humidity: 30 - 80 %
(However, the humidity should be 70 % or less at a temperature of 30°C, and
the temperature should be 27°C or less at a humidity level of 80 %.)
C Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Specifications
■ i-ADF (Standard)
Tray Capacity
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Electrical Requirements
Dimensions (W × D × H)
Weight
Maximum 70 sheets 80 g/m2
A5/A4/B4·FLS/A3
50 - 105 g/m2/1-sided
64 - 105 g/m2/2-sided
Supplied from the copier
600 × 583 × 138 mm
14.5 kg
■ System Console 1 (DA-DS601)
Combination
Paper Tray × 1
Storage Tray × 1
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
Electrical Requirements
Dimensions (W × D × H)
Weight
Applicable Models
A5/A4/B4·FLS/A3
60 - 90 g/m2
Maximum 550 sheets × 1 (80 g/m2)
Supplied from copier
600 × 730 × 290 mm
28.8 kg
DP-3510/4510/6010
■ System Console 2 (DA-DS602)
Combination
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
Electrical Requirements
Dimensions (W × D × H)
Weight
Applicable Models
Paper Tray × 2
A5/A4/B4·FLS/A3
60 - 90 g/m2
Maximum 550 sheets × 2: 80 g/m2
Supplied from copier
600 × 730 × 290 mm
30 kg
DP-3510/4510/6010
■ 3000-Sheet Tray (LCT) (DA-MA301)
A4
60 - 90 g/m2
Maximum 3000 sheets: 75 g/m2
Supplied from copier
295 × 445 × 505 mm
12.3 kg
DP-3510/4510/6010
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Others
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
Electrical Requirements
Dimensions (W × D × H)
Weight
Applicable Models
Specifications
■ 2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS600)
Mode
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Paper Size
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Staple
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Capacity
Point
Electrical Requirements
Dimensions (W × D × H)
Weight
Applicable Models
Non-sort/Sort/Staple
A5/A4/A4 R/B4/FLS/A3
55 - 133 g/m2: Non-sort mode
Maximum: 1000 sheets / 30 set (Stapling mode)
A4/A4 R/B4/A3
64 - 80 g/m2
2-50 sheets: A4 (80 g/m2)
2-30 sheets: A4 R/B4/A3 (80 g/m2)
Rear 1/Front 1/Middle 2-Point Staple
Supplied from copier
670 × 613 × 1500 mm
34.5 kg
DP-4510/6010
■ 2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605)
Mode
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Tray
Paper Size
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Tray
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Tray
Staple
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Capacity
Point
Saddle-Stitch
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Stack
Electrical Requirements
Dimensions (W × D × H)
Weight
Applicable Models
Non-sort/Sort/Staple
Saddle-Stitch
A5/A4/A4 R/B4/FLS/A3
A4 R/B4/A3
55 - 133 g/m2: Non-sort mode
Maximum: 1000 sheets / 30 set (Stapling mode)
Maximum: 25 set
A4/A4 R/B4/A3
64 - 80 g/m2
2-50 sheets: A4 (80 g/m2)
2-30 sheets: A4 R/B4/A3 (80 g/m2)
Rear 1/Front 1/Middle 2-Point Staple
A4 R/A3
64 - 80 g/m2
11-15 sheets: 10 sets/6-10 sheets: 15 sets/2-5 sheets: 25 sets
Supplied from copier
670 × 613 × 1500 mm
52.5 kg
DP-4510/6010
■ Punch Unit (DA-SP31)
Paper Size:
Paper Weight:
Applicable Models:
A4/A3: 4-hole
64 - 133 g/m2
DA-FS600/FS605
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Specifications
■ 2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330)
Mode
1 Bin
2 Bin
Paper Size
1 Bin
2 Bin
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
1 Bin
2 Bin
Staple
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Capacity
Point
Punch
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Electrical Requirements
Dimensions (W × D × H)
Weight
Applicable Model
Non-sort/Sort
Non-sort/Sort/Staple
A5/A4/A4 R/B4/FLS/A3
A4
55 - 133 g/m2: Non-sort mode
100 sheets
Maximum: 1000 sheets / 30 set (Stapling mode)
A4
64 - 80 g/m2
2 - 30 sheets: 80 g/m2
1-Point Staple
A4/A3: 4-hole
60 - 105 g/m2
Supplied from copier
420 × 520 × 430 mm
15.5 kg
DP - 3510
■ 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355)
Mode
Bin
Tray
Paper Size
Bin
Tray
Paper Weight
Paper Capacity
Bin
Tray
Staple
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Capacity
Point
Saddle-Stitch
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Stack
Electrical Requirements
Dimensions (W × D × H)
Weight
Applicable Model
Non-sort/Sort/Staple
Saddle-Stitch
A5/A4/A4 R/B4/FLS/A3
A4 R/B4/A3
55 - 133 g/m2: Non-sort mode
Maximum: 1000 sheets / 30 set (Stapling mode)
Maximum: 20 set
A4/A4 R/B4/A3
64 - 80 g/m2
2 - 50 sheets: A4/A4 R (80 g/m2)
2 - 25 sheets: B4/A3 (80 g/m2)
Rear 1/Front 1/Middle 2-Point Staple
A4 R/B4/A3
64 - 80 g/m2
6 - 10 sheets: 10 sets/1 - 5 sheets: 20 sets
Supplied from copier
550 × 600 × 464 mm
27.2 kg
DP-3510
■ Punch Unit (DA-SP41)
A4/A3 : 4-hole
64 - 133 g/m2
DA-FS355
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Applicable Model
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C Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Options and Supplies
■ The DP-6010/4510/3510 is a digital photocopier which can produce images with great clarity.
Furthermore, its copying functionality can also be greatly enhanced by the addition of the following
options and supplies.
We hope you find that the wide ranging capabilities will make your office-place more productive and
efficient.
■ Options
Part Name
Part No.
Remarks
System Console 1
System Console 2
3000-Sheet Tray (LCT)
2-Bin Finisher
2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
2-Bin Finisher
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
Punch Unit for DA-FS600/605
Punch Unit for DA-FS355
Exit Tray
Image Memory (16 MB)
Image Memory (64 MB)
Image Memory (128 MB)
DA-DS601
DA-DS602
DA-MA301
DA-FS600
DA-FS605
DA-FS330
DA-FS355
DA-SP31
DA-SP41
DA-XT600
DA-SM16B
DA-SM64B
DA-SM28B
550 Sheet Paper Tray × 1
550 Sheet Paper Tray × 2
3000 Sheet Paper Tray
For DP-6010/4510
For DP-6010/4510
For DP-3510
For DP-3510
For DP-6010/4510
For DP-3510
For DP-6010/4510/3510
For Electronic Sorting
For Electronic Sorting
For Electronic Sorting
Hard Disk Drive
PCL6 Emulation Kit
Network Scanner Kit
F-ROM Board
PS/PCL6
Power Supply for Finisher
DA-HD60
DA-PC600
DA-NS600
DA-EM600
MC-PS600
DA-PW600
For DP-6010/4510/3510
Printer Controller for PCL6∗
Network Scanner
F-ROM 8MB
Printer Controller for PS/PCL6
For Finisher (Except Europe/DP-3510 for Europe)
∗ PCL6 is a Page Description Language of the Hewlett-Packard Company.
NOTE
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Options and Supplies
■ Supplies
Part No.
Remarks
Staple Cartridge
Staple Cartridge
FQ-SS66
FQ-SS50
Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS600/605
Staple Cartridge
Staple Cartridge
DQ-SS35
FQ-SS32
Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS355
Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS330
Toner
Toner
DQ-TU24D
DQ-TU35D
Toner for DP-3510/4510
Toner for DP-6010
Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS605
(Saddle-Stitch)
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Part Name
INDEX
1 \ 2 Copy ......................................................... 28
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355) ......... 92-95
2 \ 1 Copy ......................................................... 28
2 \ 2 Copy ......................................................... 28
2 Bin Finisher (DA-FS600) ............................. 83-90
2 Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605) ....... 83-90
2 in 1 Copy ......................................................... 31
2 Page Copy ....................................................... 30
2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330) ............................. 88-91
2-Sided/Orig. \ Copy Button .............................. 27
3000-Sheet Tray (LCT) ........................................ 82
4 in 1 Copy ......................................................... 31
8 in 1 Copy ......................................................... 31
A
Accessories ........................................................ 82
ACTIVE LED (GREEN) ....................................... 13
Adding a New PC’s IP Address ...................... 98-99
Adding Paper ............................................. 105-106
Address Book .............................................. 98-104
ALARM LED (RED) ............................................ 13
Auto Zoom Copying ............................................ 40
E
Edge ................................................................... 41
Editing the Address Book .......................... 100-101
ENERGY SAVER Key ......................................... 13
Energy Saver Mode ............................................ 56
Exit Tray .............................................................. 82
Expansion Board ................................................ 82
F
File Edit .............................................................. 52
Finisher Functions Indication ........................ 14, 15
For Your Safety ..................................................... 9
Form Overlay ...................................................... 53
Full Size ................................................................ 4
Full Size Copying ................................................ 16
Function .............................................................. 60
Function Categories ............................................. 5
FUNCTION Key .................................................. 13
G
GENERAL FUNCTIONS .................................... 61
GENERAL FUNCTIONS for Key Operator ..... 67-70
B
H
Basic Operation .................................................... 4
Before Calling Service ............................... 119-120
Book ................................................................... 41
Book \ 2 Copy .................................................. 29
Booklet Copy ...................................................... 33
Handling ............................................................. 10
HDD Unit ............................................................ 82
C
Centering copy ................................................... 45
Changing the Paper Size ............................... 76-77
CLEAR Key ........................................................ 13
Combined Function Table ................................... 59
Completion Notice .............................................. 26
Completion Notice Button ....................... 14, 15, 26
Concurrent Copying ............................................ 55
Control Panel ...................................................... 13
Copier Care ...................................................... 120
COPIER SETTINGS ........................................... 62
Copier Settings for Key Operator ................... 71-73
Copy Icon ..................................................... 14, 15
Copy Image and Paper Image Indication .. 14, 15, 16
COPY Key .......................................................... 13
Copy Ratio Indication .............................. 14, 15, 16
Copy Size Indication ..................................... 14, 15
Cover .................................................................. 47
D
Density Indicator (7 steps) ............................ 14, 15
Department Counter ...................................... 78-79
Digital Skyshot Mode .......................................... 57
Document Scanning ........................................... 97
I
i-ADF (Inverting Automatic Document Feeder) ... 17
Image Memory ................................................... 82
Image Repeat copy............................................. 45
Insertion/Overlay ................................................ 46
Installation .......................................................... 11
INTERRUPT Key ................................................ 13
Interrupt Mode .................................................... 56
Inverse copy ....................................................... 45
J
Job Memory ....................................................... 54
Job Queue .......................................................... 25
Job Queue Button ................................... 14, 15, 25
Job Settings Button ................................ 14, 15, 16
L
Light Copies ..................................................... 119
M
Machine/User Error Code Indication (E1-01, U13, etc.) .. 14, 15, 120
Machine Outline with Tray Selection .............. 14, 15
Main Power Switch ......................................... 4, 15
Manual Exposure Select Buttons (Lighter and Darker) .. 14, 15, 16
Manual Skyshot Mode ........................................ 58
Margin ................................................................ 41
Marked Copies ................................................. 120
Memory Capacity ................................................. 4
Multi-Size Feeding .............................................. 34
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INDEX
N
N in 1 Copy ......................................................... 31
Network Scanner (Option) ........................... 97-104
Network Settings ................................................ 81
O
OHP Interleaving ................................................ 49
Operation Chart .................................................... 4
Options and Supplies ................................ 126-127
Original Icon ................................................. 14, 15
Original Image Indication ........................ 14, 15, 16
Original Mode Select Button (Text; Text/Photo; Photo) ... 14, 15, 16
Original Size Indication ................................. 14, 15
Overlay ............................................................... 51
P
Page Insertion .................................................... 48
Paper Level and Size Indication .................... 14, 15
Paper Misfeed Indicators and Locations ........... 108
Paper Tray Selection Key ........................ 14, 15, 16
Presentation ....................................................... 50
PRINT DATA LED (GREEN) ............................... 13
Printer Setting for Key Operator .......................... 74
PRINTER SETTINGS ......................................... 65
Problem Solving ........................................ 105-118
Proof Copying ..................................................... 19
Proof Set Button ..................................... 14, 15, 19
Punch ..................................................... 84, 91, 92
Punch disposal ................................................... 95
R
Reduction or Enlargement .................................... 4
Reduction or Enlargement Copying .................... 18
Removing a Misfed Paper .......................... 108-118
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355) ... 112, 113
2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330) ............................ 111
2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS600/FS605) ................. 109
2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605 only) ......... 110
Automatic Duplex Unit (ADU) ........................ 116
i-ADF ............................................................. 118
Large Capacity Paper Tray (LCT)(DA-MA301) ..... 117
Paper Entry Area ........................................... 114
Paper Exit/Fuser Area ................................... 115
Paper Transport Area ..................................... 114
Reverse Area ................................................. 115
System Console (DA-DS601/602) ................. 117
Removing the Punch Hole Residue (DA-SP31) ........87
Replacing the Battery ....................................... 121
Replacing the staple cartridge (DA-FS355) ......... 94-95
Replacing the staple cartridge (DA-FS330) ... 90-91
Replacing the Staple Cartridge (DA-FS600/FS605) .... 85-86
Replacing the Toner Bottle ................................ 107
Reserve a Job Button ............................. 14, 15, 55
RESET Key ........................................................ 13
Rotate Mode Indication ........................... 14, 15, 37
Rotate-Group ...................................................... 37
Rotate-Sort ......................................................... 37
S
Saddle-Stitch ................................................ 84, 92
SADF (Single Sheet Automatic Document Feeder) Function .... 35, 36
SADF/Multi-Size Feed Mode Indication ........ 14, 15
SCANNER SETTINGS ....................................... 64
Skyshot Mode ..................................................... 57
Sleep Mode ........................................................ 56
Sort .................................................................... 37
Sort/Finish .......................................................... 37
Specifications ................................................... 122
Stamping (Date Stamp) ...................................... 43
Stamping (Issue Number Stamping) ................... 44
Stamping (Page Numbering) .............................. 42
Staple-sort .............................................. 84, 88, 92
STOP Key ........................................................... 13
Supplies ............................................................ 127
Supplying the Saddle Stitcher Unit with Staples (DA-FS605) .... 86
System Console ................................................. 82
T
Tandem/Remote Button .......................... 14, 15, 20
Tandem/Remote Copying ................................... 20
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Deleting) .......... 24
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Editing) ............ 23
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registering) ..... 21
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration) .... 22
Tandem/Remote Key Indication .............. 14, 15, 20
To delete an entry from the Address Book ........... 102
Toner and Paper ................................................. 10
Touch Panel Display ....................................... 5, 14
Troubleshooting ......................................... 119-121
U
Unit Does Not Operate ..................................... 119
Useful Office Functions ........................................ 3
User Error Codes (U Code) .............................. 120
Using the Sheet Bypass ..................................... 17
V
Ventilation ........................................................... 10
W
Warning Indications ...................................... 14, 15
Weekly Timer ...................................................... 80
Z
Zoom Copying .................................................... 39
Zoom/Effects ...................................................... 38
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For Service, Call:
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Osaka 542-8588, Japan
S0802
DZSD001600-1
August 2002
Printed in Japan
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