Drive Proof DP-210WH Operating instructions

Drive Proof DP-210WH Operating instructions
Getting To Know
Your Machine
(For Copy & Network Scan Functions)
Model No.
DP-3520/4520/6020
Problem Solving Network Scanner
(Option)
Accessories
Function
with Options
Before Starting
Operating Instructions
Making Copies
Digital Imaging Systems
English
Others
Before operating this equipment, please read these instructions completely
and keep these operating instructions for future reference.
Getting To Know Your Machine
Useful Office Functions
Copy
• Copy up to Ledger size.
Capable of copying text/photos/halftone originals.
Fax/Email
• Plain Paper High-speed Super G3 compatible Fax with JBIG
compression when optional Fax Communication Board (DAFG600) is installed.
• Quick-Scan
• Quick Memory Transmission
• Email Function capability when optional Internet Fax/
E-Mail Module (DA-NF600) is installed.
Print
• Digital printer controller standard, printer resolution 300 or 600
dpi.
Scan/File
• Monochrome scanner capability when optional Network Scanner
Module (DA-NS600) is installed.
Scanning resolution up to 600 dpi.
• A document can be saved to, or retrieved from the
Network Server with this Digital Imaging System.
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 Module (DA-NS600) is installed.
DP-3520/4520/6020 Operating Instructions
This copier includes operating instruction manuals, please use the correct manual when an operator intervention
is necessary.
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<Copy & Network Scan>
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.
<Fax/Internet Fax (Email)>
Use the information provided in the DP-3510/4510/6010 Fax & Internet Fax Operating
Instructions and Supplement (For DP-3520/4520/6020) manual whenever a Fax/
Internet Fax function requires intervention.
For example: how to send/receive a Fax/Email, or when a trouble message appears,
etc.
<Print &
Other Advanced Functions>
Use the information provided on the enclosed CD for an explanation of how to
use as a Network Printer, Network Scanner, Edit Directory Dialing Feature,
Device Settings, Network Status Monitor, and/or Document Management System.
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Operating Instructions Outline
● Quick Operation Chart
Getting To Know
Your Machine
(See pages 10, 11)
● Adding Paper, Replacing the Toner Bottle,
Removing a Misfed Paper and Error Codes
(See pages 10-25)
Before Starting
● Safety Precautions
(See pages 7-9)
● Control Panel Key/Button/Indicator Names
(See pages 27-29)
Making Copies
● Operating Instructions for making copies according
to Function Categories on the LCD Touch Panel
Display
(See pages 30-57)
● Combined Function Table
(See page 74)
Function
Changing the Initial Machine Modes
● Copy, Printer, Scanner (Option)
and Fax/Internet Fax (Option)
(See pages 58-73)
Options
Problem Solving
Others
● Accessories Components
(See page 75)
● 2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS600)
2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605)
2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330)
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355A)
(See pages 76, 77)
● Network Scanner (DA-NS600)
(See pages 78-81)
● Troubleshooting
(See pages 82, 83)
● Replacing the Battery
(See pages 84, 85)
Specifications, Options and Supplies and Index
(See pages 86-94)
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Symbols/Icons
The following Symbols/Icons are used throughout this operating instructions manual.
Place original(s) on the ADF
Getting to know your machine
Before starting
Place original(s) on the Platen
(Book)
When making copies
Place original on the Platen
(Sheet)
Press any Hard Key on the
control panel or touch any Button
on the touch panel display
Press Hard Key
When setting the machine
modes
Touch any Button
Input numbers
● Number of Copies, etc. Input text with a keyboard
Options
(ex.: Network Scanner)
When scanning document(s)
Options
(ex.: 1-Bin Finisher)
Go to next step
Problem solving
Go to next step (below)
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Setting any function(s) if required
Others
(Specifications, Index)
COPY
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Table of Contents
Useful Office Functions .................................................................................................................. 2
DP-3520/4520/6020 Operating Instructions .................................................................................. 2
Operating Instructions Outline ...................................................................................................... 3
Symbols/Icons ................................................................................................................................. 4
Precautions ...................................................................................................................................... 7
Operation Chart ............................................................................................................................. 10
■ Quick Operation Chart ................................................................................... 10
■ Problem Solving ..............................................................................................11
Before Starting
Energy Star .................................................................................................................................... 26
Control Panel ................................................................................................................................. 27
Touch Panel Display ..................................................................................................................... 28
Making Copies
Basic Menu .................................................................................................................................... 30
■ Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1) .......................................................... 30
■ Using the ADF ................................................................................................ 30
■ Copying on Heavy Paper (Post Cards, etc.) (35 lb max.) .............................. 30
■ Position of the original(s) ................................................................................ 31
■ Copying with Preset Ratios (Reduction/Enlargement) ................................... 32
■ Proof Copying ................................................................................................ 32
■ Tandem/Remote Copying ............................................................................... 32
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration 1) ............................................ 34
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration 2) ............................................ 34
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Editing) ....................................................... 34
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Deleting) ..................................................... 34
■ Job Queue ...................................................................................................... 36
■ Completion Notice .......................................................................................... 36
2-Sided/Original
Copy .............................................................................................................. 38
■ 1-Sided
2-Sided, 2-Sided
1-Sided, 2-Sided
2-Sided Copy .............. 38
■ Book
2-Sided Copy ................................................................................... 38
■ 2 Page Copy .................................................................................................. 40
■ N in 1 Copy .................................................................................................... 40
■ Booklet Copy .................................................................................................. 40
■ Multi-Size Feeding ......................................................................................... 42
■ Job Build and SADF Mode ............................................................................. 42
Sort/Finish ..................................................................................................................................... 44
■ When using Sort Mode ................................................................................... 44
Zoom/Effects ................................................................................................................................. 46
■ Zoom .............................................................................................................. 46
■ Auto Zoom ...................................................................................................... 46
■ Edge ............................................................................................................... 46
■ Book ............................................................................................................... 46
■ Margin ............................................................................................................ 48
■ Centering ........................................................................................................ 48
■ Image Repeat ................................................................................................. 48
■ Inverse ........................................................................................................... 48
■ Stamping (Page Numbering) .......................................................................... 50
■ Stamping (Date Stamp) .................................................................................. 50
■ Stamping (Issue Number Stamping) .............................................................. 50
Insertion/Overlay ........................................................................................................................... 52
■ Cover .............................................................................................................. 52
■ Page Insertion ................................................................................................ 52
■ OHP Interleaving ............................................................................................ 52
■ Presentation ................................................................................................... 52
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Table of Contents
Insertion/Overlay/Job Memory .....................................................................................................
■ Overlay ...........................................................................................................
■ File Edit ..........................................................................................................
■ Form Overlay .................................................................................................
■ Job Memory ...................................................................................................
Other Features ...............................................................................................................................
■ Concurrent Copying .......................................................................................
■ Energy Saver (Energy Saver Mode, Sleep/Shutdown Mode) ........................
■ Skyshot Mode ................................................................................................
■ Interrupt Mode ................................................................................................
54
54
54
54
54
56
56
56
56
57
Function
■ Using Function Modes to Change the Initial Copy Modes .............................
■ Procedure .......................................................................................................
■ General Settings ............................................................................................
■ Copier Settings ...............................................................................................
■ Scanner Settings ............................................................................................
■ Printer Settings ...............................................................................................
For Key Operator ...........................................................................................................................
■ General Settings ............................................................................................
■ Copier Settings ...............................................................................................
■ Printer Settings ...............................................................................................
For Example ...................................................................................................................................
■ Changing the Auto Contrast Setting ...............................................................
■ Changing the Paper Size ...............................................................................
■ Weekly Timer .................................................................................................
■ Department Counter .......................................................................................
■ Network Settings ............................................................................................
Combined Function Table ............................................................................................................
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58
60
61
62
63
64
64
67
69
70
70
70
70
72
72
74
Accessories
Components .................................................................................................................................. 75
■ Finisher .......................................................................................................... 76
Network Scanner (Option)
■
■
■
■
Document Scanning .......................................................................................
Adding your PC IP Address ............................................................................
Editing your PC IP Address ............................................................................
Erasing the Address .......................................................................................
78
78
80
80
Problem Solving
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................ 82
Replacing the Battery ................................................................................................................... 84
Others
Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 86
Index ............................................................................................................................................... 92
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Precautions
■ 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 Label
Manufacturer’s Name and Address
Factory ID
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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 cover during copying.
● Do not drop paper clips or other metal objects into the copier.
■ If you are not going to use the copier for long periods of time, turn
OFF the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine and wait 10
seconds then, turn OFF the Main Power Switch on the Back Side of
the machine.
■ Energy Save Mode Notice
● If the energy save mode is set to Shutdown mode, the following
functions will not work while the unit is in this mode.
When using the following functions, we recommend that you leave the energy save mode in the
initial factory default setting (Sleep). (See page 66)
1) Data Reception Function while Tandem/Remote Copying is being used
2) Printer Function (Local and Network Connections)
■ Identification (Key Operator ID) Code
● A number of Copy/Scan Mode functions can be checked or changed using the Function Mode,
however, access to more advanced functions requires the input of the Identification (Key Operator
ID) Code.
For Key Operator:
To secure the advanced functions of your machine, select and input an Identification (Key Operator
ID) Code then, record it and keep it in a safe place for your future reference. (For more details,
consult with the authorized service provider)
Toner and Paper
■ Store toner, drum and paper in cool areas with low humidity.
● Use high quality 16 - 24 lb (Sheet Bypass: 15 - 35 lb) paper.
● For optimum performance, it is recommended that only Panasonic Brand supplies are used
in the copier.
● Do not unseal the toner bottle unless you are ready to use it.
● Certain types of transparency film may not be compatible and may damage your machine.
Consult with an authorized Panasonic dealer for advice regarding non-standard paper types.
(Panasonic has tested “3M PP2500” transparency film and found it to be compatible.)
Installation
■ The copier should not be installed in areas with the following conditions:
● Extremely high or low temperature and humidity.
Ambient conditions
Temperature: 50 – 86°F
Relative humidity: 30 – 80 %
● Where temperature and humidity can change rapidly, causing condensation.
● Direct exposure to sunlight.
● Directly in the air conditioning flow.
● In areas of high dust concentration.
● In areas of poor ventilation.
● In areas with chemical fume concentration.
● In areas with extreme vibration.
● With unstable or uneven conditions (floors, etc.).
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Ventilation
■ The copier should be installed in a well-ventilated area to minimize the ozone density in the air.
For Your Safety
■ The maximum power consumption is 1.45 kW.
A properly wired (grounded), dedicated, 15A, 120V AC outlet is required. Do not use an
extension cord. Please ensure the wall outlet is installed near the equipment and is easily accessible.
Caution Note: Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before removing covers.
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.
WARNING For USA
FCC WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his/her own expense.
The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if any unauthorized changes or modifications are
made to this equipment.
This product has a fluorescent lamp that contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains lead in some
components. Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or recycling information please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance:
<http://www.eiae.org >.
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Operation Chart
■ Quick Operation Chart
1
Turn the Main
Power Switch On From
(Back side of the ADF
Copier)
(See page 8)
Original
2
Face Up
COPY
If set in other
function mode
Tray
Max. 70 originals
or
Original Guides
Adjust to the original’s width
Original Guides
LTR
LDR
LEGAL
LGL
● If the original is not positioned
properly, a portion of the original
may not be copied.
● For originals smaller than Invoice
size, position the original within
the Invoice area and select
Invoice.
LDR
LEDGER
INVOICE-R
INV
INV
LTR
LGL
LTR
LETTER
INVOICE
INV
LETTER-R
From
Platen
Turn the
Power
Load Paper
Switch On
(Left side of
the Copier)
Face Down
INV
● Adding Paper (550-Sheet Paper Tray 2-4)
1
2
3
4
Max Level Indicator
Paper Weight: 16-24 lb
4
Paper Capacity: 550 Sheets (20 lb)
NOTE:
When changing the paper size, refer to page 70.
Paper Tray 3 and 4 (Option)
1550-Sheet Paper Tray (See page 12)
3000 Sheet Large Capacity Paper Tray (Option) (See Page 12)
● Adding Paper (Sheet Bypass)
Copying on Special Paper, etc.
1
2
Until it Stops
3
4
Face Down
Sheet Bypass
4
Side Guides
Adjust the side guides.
Incorrect adjustment may cause the
paper to wrinkle, misfeed or skew.
NOTE:
If the paper size is not detected,
remove paper and press Reset Key.
Then, load the paper again.
10
Load Paper
(Do not exceed limit mark)
Approximately up to 50
Letter size sheets/20 lb
Paper Weight: 15-35 lb
To add paper to the Sheet Bypass,
remove the paper left on the tray, and
align it with the added paper and load
them together onto the tray.
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3
4
5
COPY
SIZE
Select desired settings
Reduction/Enlargement only
(See page 32)
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
Adjust the Manual Exposure
or
Select type of Original(s)
Mainly Text
Text and Photo
combined
Mainly Photo
Copy Jobs
(See pages 30-37)
(See pages 38-43)
(See pages 44 and 45)
(See pages 46-51)
(See pages 52-55)
(See pages 54 and 55)
■ Problem Solving
ex: DA-FS330
Removing a Misfed
Paper
(See pages 16-25)
Adding Paper
(See pages 10 and 12)
Replacing Toner Bottle
(See page 12)
UXX
User Error Code
(See page 17)
EXX
Machine Error Code
(Call your Service provider)
Replacing Staple
Cartridge
(See pages 14-17)
● When the optional
Finisher is
installed.
Replacing Toner Waste
Container
(Call your Service provider)
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Operation Chart
■ Problem Solving
● Adding Paper (1550-Sheet Paper Tray 1)
1
2
3
Max Level Indicator
Paper Weight: 16-24 lb
Paper Capacity: 1550 Sheets (20 lb)
● Adding Paper (3000-Sheet Large Capacity Paper Tray (LCT) (Option))
1
2
Face-Up
• When using paper with
one side already printed,
load the paper with the
unprinted side facing
upward.
2
Paper Feed Tray
1
Do not touch the tray while
it is moving.
After tray stops, place paper neatly on
the tray. Letter∗ size only (Portrait).
∗ Letter-R/Legal size is available when
optional Letter-R/Legal Size LCT
Adapter (DA-TK31) is installed.
● Replacing Toner Bottle/Replacing Toner Waste Container
1
2
Toner Hopper
7
Toner Hopper
Replace Toner Bottle
Replace Toner Waste
Container
6
2
(Call your Service provider)
1
12
Toner Bottle
Hopper
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4
3 Overfill Indicator
4
Paper Capacity: 3000 Sheets (20 lb)
3
4
New Toner Bottle
5
1
Cap
6
2
8
Empty Toner Bottle
10 to 15 times
Shake the new Toner Bottle
well to loosen the contents.
(ATTENTION)
● For optimum copy quality it is recommended that
only Panasonic Brand toner is used in the copier.
Store toner in a cool dark area with low humidity.
Do not unseal the toner bottle unless you are
ready to use it.
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Operation Chart
■ Problem Solving (Common operation)
● Replacing the Staple Cartridge (Common operation) (When optional Finisher is installed.)
1
DA-FS330
Add Staples
Replace the Staples Case
as following procedures.
or
For 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch
Finisher (DA-FS355A)
(See page 16)
DA-FS355A/FS600/FS605
● 2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330)
1
2
3
Stapler Unit
1
2
Stapler Cover
7
8
Lock Lever
9
Stapler Cover
● 2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS600)/2 Bin Saddle-Stich Finisher (DA-FS605)
1
2
3
Staple Cartridge
Staple Cover
1
When supplying the Saddle Sticher Unit with staples (DA-FS605 only)
2
3
Lower Front
Cover
14
Stitcher Unit
Green Handle
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2
3
Check the
operation
4
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
4
5
6
2
Tape
New
1
Empty
7
Staple Cartridge
10
For DA-FS330:
When the Staple is jammed
● The following message will
be displayed on the Touch
Panel Display:
"Can Not Complete
Confirm Staple Unit"
4
5
Jammed
Staple
2
1
7
Close the
Staple Cover.
Tape
1 Empty
1
5
1
3
New
4
3
Jammed
Staple 2
6
2
For DA-FS600/FS605:
6
Until it
stops
Empty 2
New
Stitcher Unit
Staple Cartridge
Close the Lower Front Cover.
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Operation Chart
■ Problem Solving (Continued)
● 1-Bin Saddle-Stich Finisher (DA-FS355A)
1
2
8
Tape
Stapler Unit
Bule Mark
Finisher Front Cover
7
3
1
9
Staple Cartridge
2
Stapler Unit
● Removing a Misfed Paper (Locations)
DA-FS330
DA-FS355
DA-FS355A
DA-FS600
J
DA-FS605
H
D C
E
I
F
B
G
A
Misfed Location Indicator
● Indicates to open each cover, check
and remove any misfed paper.
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Copier
ADU
Paper Feed Unit
LCT
A: System Console (See page 20)
B: Paper Entry Area (See page 18)
C: Paper Transport Area (See page 18)
D: Paper Exit/Fuser Area (See page 18)
E: ADU Area (See page 20)
F: Reverse Area (See page 18)
G: LCT Large Capacity Paper Tray Area (See page 22)
Finisher
H: Finisher (See page 22)
i-ADF
J: i-ADF (See page 20)
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4
5
Staple Cartridge
6
Empty Staple Case
10
7
New Staple Case
When the Staple is jammed
● The following message will
be displayed on the Touch
Panel Display:
"Can Not Complete
Confirm Staple Unit"
Finisher Front Cover
● User Error Codes (U Code)
U20, U21
U32
U4, U12
U30
U9
U6
U35
U13
U1
U7
U31, U33, U34
Code
U1
U4
U6
U7
U9
U12
U13
U15
U16
Check Points
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.
Code
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. (See page 84)
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Operation Chart
■ Problem Solving (Continued)
● Removing a Misfed Paper (Paper Entry Area)
1
2
Right Cover
● Removing a Misfed Paper (Paper Transport Area)
1
Misfed Paper
2
Transport Release Lever
● Removing a Misfed Paper (Paper Exit/Fuser Area)
1
2
Exit Cover
6
Magnet
7
Exit Cover
Heat Roller Cover
● Removing a Misfed Paper (Reverse Area)
1
2
Left Cover
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3
4
5
Close the Right Cover.
3
4
5
Push and Turn
Paper
Transport
Knob
3
4
Fuser Knob
Magnet
Heat Roller Cover
5
Caution
heated
surface
6
8
3
Left Cover
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■ Problem Solving (Continued)
● Removing a Misfed Paper (Automatic Duplex Unit (ADU))
1
2
Transport Release Lever
6
7
Knob 5 (Left)
Automatic Duplex Unit
● Removing a Misfed Paper (i-ADF)
1
ADF Cover
2
Inner Cover
6
Misfed Paper
7
2
1
Exit Guide
● Removing a Misfed Paper (System Console)
1
2
Right Cover Lower
When the optional System Console
(DA-DS601/DS602) is installed.
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Paper Transport Knob
Misfed Paper
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3
4
5
6
Knob 5 (Right)
Knob 5 (Centre)
Automatic Duplex Unit
8
9
Push and turn
3
ADF Tray
4
5
Green
Labelled Tab
Misfed Paper
6
Exit Guide
8
9
3
4
ADF Cover
5
Right Cover Lower
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■ Problem Solving (Continued)
● Removing a Misfed Paper (Large Capacity Paper Tray) (Option)
1
2
Door
Misfed Paper
Misfed Paper
Latch
When the optional Large Capacity
Paper Tray (DA-MA301) is installed.
Hold the latch and slide the large
capacity paper tray to the right.
● Removing a Misfed Paper (2-Bin Finisher) (Option)
1
2
Finisher
Misfed Paper
When the optional 2-Bin Finisher
(DA-FS600/605) is installed.
6
Push
Release button
7
Transport
Cover
Misfed Paper
Finisher Upper Cover
● Removing a Misfed Paper (2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher only) (Option)
1
2
Finisher
Lower Front
Cover
Push
Release button
When the optional 2-Bin Saddle-Stitch
Finisher (DA-FS605) is installed.
6
7
Misfed Paper
Infeed
Cover
22
Infeed
Cover
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3
Door
4
Latch
3
Punch Cover
4
5
Misfed Paper
6
Punch Cover
8
9
Finisher Upper Cover
3
4
5
Misfed Paper
Push and Turn
Saddle
Exit
Cover
6
8
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■ Problem Solving (Continued)
● Removing a Misfed Paper (2-Bin Finisher) (Option)
1
2
Upper Cover
Misfed Paper
When the optional 2-Bin Finisher
(DA-FS330) is installed.
6
7
Knob B
Stapler Cover
When the misfed paper is not found:
● Removing a Misfed Paper (1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher) (Option)
1
2
Misfed Paper
Finisher
When the optional 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch
Finisher (DA-FS355A) is installed.
● Removing a Misfed Paper (1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher) (Option)
1
2
or
Lower
Knob
Finisher Front Cover
When the optional 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch
Finisher (DA-FS355A) is installed.
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6
Inner Cover
7
Misfed Paper
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3
4
5
Finisher Guide
Knob A
6
Misfed Paper
8
Finisher Entry guide
When paper cannot be removed:
9
Trash Box
3
4
5
Finisher
Upper Cover
Upper Cover
3
4
5
6
Stitch Tray
Finisher Front Cover
Finisher
8
Finisher
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Before Starting
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 authorized Panasonic dealer for more details.
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Control Panel
2
10
ORIGINAL COPY SIZE
SIZE Keys Keys
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
8
3
4
5
6
7
Before Starting
1
9
Touch Panel
Display
Keypad
START
Key
Contents
COPY Key
● To use the unit as a photocopier.
ENERGY SAVER Key
● Saves power while the copier is not in use.
INTERRUPT Key
● Interrupts other copy or print jobs while making copies.
FUNCTION Key
● Use when changing the paper size, initial function values (default values) and key operator settings.
RESET Key
● Resets all features to the initial power-on state.
CLEAR Key
● Clears the copy count in the display.
STOP Key
● Stops the copy run.
ALARM LED (RED)
● Flashes when trouble occurs.∗∗
ACTIVE LED (GREEN)
● Lights when machine is active.
PRINT DATA LED (GREEN)
● Lights when receiving print data.
∗ Fax/Email "ON LINE" LED for optional Fax/Internet Fax functions
Print "ON LINE" LED for Printer function
NOTE
∗∗ When the machine detects a problem or an alarm status is activated, the
8 Alarm LED lights
or begins to flash.
LED Lights: Machine detected a trouble status
• No paper in the selected tray or toner has run out.
• Machine detected trouble, such as paper misfed or jammed.
LED Flashes: Machine detected an alarm status
• No paper in the Tray. (Tray not selected)
• Toner is getting low, etc.
● The Control Panel displayed above shows only copier functions. Please refer to the
appropriate operating instructions for other control panel functions.
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Before Starting
Touch Panel Display
6 7
1
2 3
4
5
14
8 9 10 11 12 13
27
26
25
24
23
15
16
17
18
22
21
20
19
Job Status Indicator
Ex.: Copying 3 sets.
The Indicator displays the progress of a job task as follows:
0/3 → 1/3 → 2/3 → 3/3
When the Department Counter function is set up, the departmental
Identification Code input screen is displayed on the Touch Panel
Display. A registered departmental Identification Code (4-digit) is
required to gain access to each secured function, or the secured
Copy/Fax/Scanner function(s) cannot be used. Please consult
with the key operator regarding the departmental Identification
Code(s) for the desired function.
NOTE
● Use only gentle finger pressure to activate the Touch Panel Display. DO NOT USE SHARP
OBJECTS such as pens, fingernails etc., as this may damage the panel.
● 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/LEDGER" or the "COPY SIZE/LEDGER"
keys until the desired brightness is achieved.
ORIGINAL SIZE/LEDGER : Dimmer
COPY SIZE/LEDGER
: Brighter
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No.
Contents
See Page
1
Warning Indications
: Add Toner
: Add Paper
2
Original Icon
—
3
Original Size Indication
—
4
Job Build and SADF/Multi-Size Feed Mode Indication
5
Rotate Mode Indication
—
6
Number of Copies / Original(s)
—
7
Machine / User Error Code Indication (E1-01, U13, etc.)
8
Copy Icon
—
9
Copy Size Indication
—
10
Reserve a Job Button
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11
Finisher Functions Indication
45
12
Machine Outline with Tray Selection (Paper Tray and Output Tray)
—
13
Paper Level and Size Indication
—
14
Paper Tray Selection Button
—
15
Tandem/Remote Button Indication
33
16
Tandem/Remote Button
33
17
Density Indicator (7 steps)
11, 31
18
Manual Exposure Select Buttons (Lighter and Darker)
11, 31
19
Original Mode Select Button (Text; Text / Photo; Photo)
11, 31
20
Copy Image and Paper Image Indication
—
21
Copy Ratio Indication
—
22
Original Image Indication
—
23
Completion Notice Button
37
24
Job Queue Button
Job Settings Button
• Selected copy jobs will be indicated on the right side of the touch panel display.
(2-Sided/Original → Copy, Sort/Finish, Zoom/Effects, Insertion/Overlay modes)
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—
26
Proof Set Button
33
27
Function Categories
—
25
Before Starting
■ Touch Panel Display Indications
10 - 13
: Call Service (Call your Service Provider)
: Waste Toner
42, 43
17, 82
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Making Copies
Basic Menu
■ Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1)
Copy size is automatically selected.
1
2
or
100%
If set in other
function mode
If original size
is not detected
■ Position of the original(s)
On the i-ADF
On the Platen
Note 1) Once after setting originals , pressing Start button, do not press originals as it may cause original jam.
Note 2) When originals with clipped or stapled, take off clips or staples, then set originals neat.
■ Using the ADF
Originals that cannot be used
● Post Cards, Drawing Papers, Transparencies,
Labelling Papers, Heavyweight Papers, Thin Art
Papers, Film Thermal Papers
Inappropriate Originals
● Paper with a smooth surface such as glossy and
coated papers
● Transparencies
● Originals with a Lead Edge that is ripped, creased,
folded, punched, or glued.
● Mixed width size Originals (except a combination of
Ledger and Letter)
● Paste-ups
● Pressure sensitive or carbon backed papers
● Paper with excessive curl
● Stapled originals
● Freshly printed copies from a laser printer
● Originals with fresh White-Out (Liquid paper
correction fluid)
NOTE
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ADF
Upper Limit
Indicator
ADF Tray
Original Guides
Adjust to the original’s width
Set the originals up to the upper limit indicator
● 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.
3
4
Adjust the Manual Exposure
or
Making Copies
Select type of Original(s)
Mainly Text
Text and Photo
combined
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
Mainly Photo
When copying a thick Booklet, open the ADF and verify that the ADF Hinge was returned to original position if the
rear of the ADF was raised.
■ Copying on Heavy Paper (Post Cards, etc.) (35 lb max.)
1
Load paper
on the Sheet
Bypass
2 Select Sheet Bypass and
4 touch the Size Change button
3 Select Heavy Paper
3
4
5
NOTE
● 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 authorized service provider.
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Making Copies
Basic Menu
■ Copying with Preset Ratios (Reduction/Enlargement)
1
Letter
2
or
or
Ledger
Ledger
If original size
is not detected
Letter
■ Proof Copying
Allows you to make one proof set, before
proceeding to copy a large multi-set with
various settings.
100
1
1
2
or
2
Proof copy
Select Copy Job settings
Multi copy
■ Tandem/Remote Copying
Requires installation of optional Hard Disk Drive (DAHD60), Network setup (See pages 65 and 72) and
Parameter registration. (See page 34)
1
Remote Copying
2
or
Other copier
100
copies
100 copies
Select Copy Job settings
5
Tandem Copying
This copier
Other copier
or
+
50
copies
NOTE
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50
copies
Station
● If the desired copy size is different from the paper size loaded in the Paper Tray, use Sheet
Bypass. (See page 10)
The selected Remote printing copier, must be either DP-3510 / 3520 / 4510 / 4520 / 6010 /
6020.
For the copier to function as a Remote/Tandem Copier it has to be setup in advance.
3 The Correct ratio is automatically selected.
4
Reduction and enlargement ratios (%)
COPY SIZE
Legal Letter-R Invoice-R
77
65
50
100
79
61
100
100
65
155
129
100
Making Copies
ORIGINAL
SIZE
Ledger
Ledger
100
Legal
121
Letter-R
129
Invoice-R
200
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
3
4
5
If the Proof copy is OK,
the remaining number
of sets will be printed.
or
If the Proof Copy is NG,
again, place the originals
back on the ADF (or
Platen) and try again.
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
3
4
5
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
For Tandem
6
7
For Remote
NOTE
● Press the PROOF SET button again if the Proof Copying mode was reset.
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Making Copies
Basic Menu
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration 1)
Input the Key Operator ID Code if required. 1
4
Input ID Code
(4-digit)
7
∗ By default, the key name will
be up to 15 characters of the
station’s name.
Enter the key name∗
(up to 15 characters).
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration 2)
1
If installing the machine on a Network
with a different subnet mask, you must
first register it before being able to use
the Tandem/Remote Copying function.
5
2
6
IP Address∗
Ex: 123.123.12.1
When entering a 1 or 2-digit number
segment, add “00” or “0” in front of the
number, to scroll to the next segment of
numbers or press the “ “ key to enter a
period after the number.
Scroll to
05/05
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Editing)
To edit the registered machine’s settings
(IP Address, machine name or key name).
1
2
Open the screen
05/05 same as
the Registration
procedures above.
■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Deleting)
To delete the registered machine.
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1
Open the screen
05/05, same as
the Registration
procedures above.
2
2
3
5
Making Copies
4
6
7
Scroll to 08/09
Machine name
(up to 15 characters)
Button Names on the Keyboard
To input upper case letter(s).
To move the cursor (_) to the left or right side.
To input numbers and/or symbols.
To erase the character before the cursor.
3
4
5
Scroll to
04/04
7
Input ID Code
(4-digit)
8
Enter the machine and key
name, same as the Registration
procedures above.
∗ When clearing the IP address, press the " " key to move to the next segment
of the IP address (∗∗∗.∗∗∗.∗∗∗.∗∗∗) and press the Clear key.
3
4
5
Enter the new IP Address,
same as the Registration
procedures above.
Enter the machine and key
name, same as the
Registration procedures
above.
Select the registered
machine name
3
Select the registered
machine name
4
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Making Copies
Basic Menu
■ Job Queue
1
Refers to a list of jobs waiting to print, delete
or change of priority (only for print job).
Job 3
Job
1
Job 1
Job
2
4
∗∗
Job 2
Deleted
Job
3
Select the job(s)∗
you wish to delete
Select the job(s)
∗ You can select to delete multiple/all jobs.
∗∗ Priority can be selected for print jobs only
when the optional HDD is installed.
■ Completion Notice
A Job Completion Notice via a pop up screen on the
Desktop of your PC when the Copy Job is
completed.
Before using the Completion Notice, install the
Panasonic-DMS included with the machine.
Copy is completed.
1
2
or
Select Pop up
Display
Right click the
Status Monitor icon
Pop up screen
NOTE
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● The PRINT JOB QUEUE requires the Key Operator’s Password, however, the COPY JOB
QUEUE does not require a password.
The Job Queue selection function is only available when the optional HDD is installed.
2
3
4
5
Making Copies
Input password
(4-digit)
6
2 times
3
4
5
Select the desired
PC Address
NOTE
Number
of Copies
● This Completion Notice is available only when connected to the Network.
To reset the Completion Notice, press the CANCEL button.
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Making Copies
2-Sided/Original
■ 1-Sided
2-Sided, 2-Sided
1-Sided
Copy
1-Sided, 2-Sided
2-Sided
Copy
1
2-Sided
2
1-Sided
Copy
or
2-Sided
Reduction/
Enlargement
only
2-Sided Copy
(1
■ Book
2-Sided Copy
2 Copy only)
2-Sided Copy
Book
2-Sided Copy
1
(1st Page BLANK)
Blank Page
2
Platen
Ex : Ledger size original
Book Mark∗
Ledger
Letter
Ledger
(1st Page IMAGED)
∗ Center book by length and
width according to center
marks only for Ledger size.
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Reduction/
Enlargement
only
4
Bind position
5
Number
of Copies
or
or
Making Copies
3
4
or
When clearing the
2-Sided Copy:
6
From Platen:
When "Last Original?"
message is displayed.
Ex: 2 originals
Touch "NO" button.
Place next original on
the platen.
3 Press Start Key.
4 Touch "YES" button.
or
4
or
Original format Copy format
3
4
5
Number
of Copies
or
or
6
When "Last Original?" message is
displayed.
Ex: 2 originals
Touch "NO" button.
Place next original on the platen.
3 Press Start Key.
4 Touch "YES" button.
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Making Copies
2-Sided/Original
Copy
■ 2 Page Copy
Copying two facing pages or a Ledger size original
on two separate Letter size sheets.
1
2
Platen
Example: Ledger size original
Ledger
Letter
Ledger
■ N in 1 Copy
From two/four/six 1-Sided originals, side by side,
to 1-Sided pages.
● 2 in 1 Copy
1
● 6 in 1 Copy
2
3
4
5
6
2
● 4 in 1 Copy
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
2
or
3
4
3
4
6
● 2-Sided Copy
From 4/8/12 1-Sided originals, side by side, to
2-Sided copies.
∗∗
Number
of Copies
From Platen:
Same Procedures as for 2 Page Copy
■ Booklet Copy
Formats the output in a manner so that
documents can be folded and/or saddle
stitched∗ like a book.
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
3
1
4
Letter or Invoice originals only
∗ When optional 1/2-Bin Saddle-Stitch
Finisher (DA-FS355A/FS605) is installed.
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Reduction/
Enlargement
only
• Default copy size is Reduced,
copy size can be selected as
100 % or Reduced.
4
5
When "Last Original?" message is displayed.
Ex: 2 originals
Touch "NO" button.
Place next original on the
platen.
3 Press Start Key.
4 Touch "YES" button.
Number
of Copies
Copy Format
Making Copies
3
or
3
4
∗
N in 1 mode
Original
direction
5
Copy
layout
6
ex. 2 in 1
or
or
Reduction/
Enlargement
only
or
or
When 2 in 1 copying with different
original size, select desired copy
size with COPY SIZE Key
(not PAPER TRAY button on the
LCD Touch Panel).
● Copy is automatically reduced.
2 in 1: 65 %, 4 in 1: 50 %, 6 in 1: 38 %
(ex. Letter to Letter- size)
∗ When the 2-SIDED button is touched.
Binding position
or
4
5
Binding
position
Cover mode and
Paper Tray
Number
of Copies
or
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Making Copies
2-Sided/Original
Copy
■ Multi-Size Feeding
Use this function when copying mixed Ledger/Letter
size originals using the ADF. Original size can be
detected automatically then can be copied full size
(1:1) or same size.
1
2
Combination of Multi-Size Feeding
Originals
Full Size
Legal
Letter-R
Ledger
Letter
Legal
Letter-R
Ledger
Letter
Copies
Reduction
Letter-R/Invoice
Letter-R/Invoice
Letter/Letter-R
Letter/Letter-R
Enlargement
Ledger
Ledger
Reduction/
Enlargement
only
—
■ Job Build and SADF Mode
Special originals (like thin paper, etc.) can be fed
from the ADF Tray and copied continuously using
the Job Build and SADF Mode.
If the Job Build and SADF buttons are not shown
on the Touch Panel display, the Job Build and
SADF Modes must be enabled in the copier
function settings, please consult with the key
operator. (See page 67)
1
2
Place one Original
at a Time or up to 70
sheets (20 lb)
Reduction/
Enlargement
only
Example: To make 5 sets of sorted copies of
100 sheets of originals. (Letter size)
1
2
70
100
1
1
Originals: 70 sheets <1st scan>
Place the first 70 sheets
of originals on the ADF
Tray.
100
71
1st and 2nd Scanned Data
are combined into one job.
Originals: Remaining 30 sheets <2nd scan>
NOTE
42
5 sets of 100 sheets
sorted copies are printed
● Multi-Size Feeding Function cannot be combined with another 2-sided/original
1 and 2
2.
● Job Build and SADF function cannot be combined with 2
copy function.
4
3
4
Making Copies
Number
of Copies
5
6
3
Number
of Copies
Place the next original
within 5 sec. of last
ejected copy.
If “Another Original? YES or
NO” message is displayed,
touch the “NO” button.
3
4
Select Sorting/Finishing settings
5
Number of
Copies
(ex. 5)
6
Place the next original within
5 sec. of last ejected copy.
(30 sheets)
or
or
etc.
If “Another Original? YES or
NO” message is displayed,
touch the “NO” button.
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Making Copies
Sort/Finish
■ When using Sort Mode
Copy is stored on the Tray.
Rotate-Sort
Rotate-Group
1
Sort
2
Non-Sort
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
Multiple copy sets are sorted
automatically.
Multiple copy sets are sorted
automatically and stacked in
alternate direction (rotate).
(Letter size only)
Shift-Sort
Shift-Group
1
1
1
2
When optional Finisher is installed.
Offset stacking using electronic
sorting
When optional Finisher is installed.
Offset stacking using electronic
sorting
● DA-FS330 (Letter/Lower Bin only)
● FS355A/FS600/FS605
(Letter, Letter-R, Legal, Ledger)
● DA-FS330 (Letter/Lower Bin only)
● FS355A/FS600/FS605
(Letter, Letter-R, Legal, Ledger)
When optional Finisher is
installed.
Sort by stapling sets.
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When optional 2-Bin Finisher
(DA-FS330)/Punch Unit (DASP31/SP41) is installed.
Sort by punched sets.
(Letter/Ledger)
● DA-SP31 for DA-FS600/605
DA-SP41 for DA-FS355A
Saddle-Stitch
Staple Sort
P
Punch
3
1
P
Multiple copies of individual
pages are stacked in alternate
direction (rotate).
(Letter size only)
Staple Positions:
DA-FS330
Top left corner (1 position/
Lower Bin only)
(Letter size only)
DA-FS355A/FS600/FS605
(except Invoice size)
● Top left corner (1 position)
● Left (2 positions)
● Bottom left corner (1 position)
When optional 1/2-Bin SaddleStitch Finisher (DA-FS355A/
FS605) is installed and Booklet
mode is selected. (See page 40)
● Original Size: Invoice/Letter
only
● Maximum Originals (Images):
DA-FS355A : 40 images
DA-FS605 : 60 images
2
3
Making Copies
1
or
Number
of Copies
Sort mode
or
or
or
Staple Position
ex. Top left corner
ADF
When the optional Finisher (See pages 76 and 77) is installed, this screen
will change as follows:
For DA-FS330
or
Platen
or
For DA-FS600/FS605
or
or
For DA-FS355A
or
or
● Overflow
oF
When overflow oF indicator appears on the display,
remove excess copies from the bin.
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Making Copies
Zoom/Effects
■ Zoom
Copies with variable zoom ratios from 25 %
to 400 % in 1 % increments.
25%
1
2
400%
or
■ Auto Zoom
The copy Zoom Ratio adjusts automatically to the
selected paper size.
1
2
Opening the ADF
Fit to paper length or width
Fit to paper length and width
■ Edge
Creates a blank edge.
1
2
or
■ Book
Eliminates dark inner binding shadows.
1
Platen
2
Ledger
Letter
Ledger
ATTENTION
NOTE
46
● If using the keypad to set the zoom ratio, press the CLEAR key first to reset the current zoom ratio.
When changing the paper size after setting the zoom ratio, use the PAPER TRAY button.
● For Auto Zoom
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.
An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light shines onto the
glass during skyshot mode.
3
Different vertical and
horizontal ratio
Same vertical and horizontal ratio
4
or
or
or Keypad
25% - 400%
or
Number
of Copies
Making Copies
25% - 400%
or
or Keypad
3
4
5
Paper Size
(Paper Tray)
Fit to paper length or
width
Fit to paper length
and width
Different vertical and
horizontal void value
3 Same vertical and horizontal void value
Number
of Copies
4
or
5 - 99 mm
or
or
or Keypad
3
5 - 99 mm
or
Number
of Copies
or Keypad
4
5 - 99 mm
or
Number
of Copies
or Keypad
NOTE
● Zoom Ratio
If using the keypad to set the zoom ratio, press the CLEAR key first to reset the current zoom
ratio.
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Making Copies
Zoom/Effects
■ Margin
1
Shifts image to right, left, up or down.
2
or
■ Centering
Copy image can be centered automatically on
selected paper.
1
2
Opening the ADF
■ Image Repeat
Creates continuous copy image on one sheet.
Minimum original size: 20 x 20 mm
1
2
Opening the ADF
The dotted line can be set to
“None” or “Print” by Function mode
(See page 61).
■ Inverse
Negative/Positive image can be created for
special effects.
1
2
or
NOTE
48
● In Centering and Image Repeat mode, make copies with the ADF open.
● Remove the originals from the ADF before selecting the Centering and Image Repeat mode.
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.
3
4
Number
of Copies
5 - 99 mm
3
or
or Keypad
Making Copies
Margin area
If a part of the copied image
is missing when using the
Margin mode, change the
Margin Reduction setting to
Yes. (See page 61)
4
Paper Size
(Paper Tray)
3
Number
of Copies
4
Paper Size
(Paper Tray)
Number
of Copies
3
Number
of Copies
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Making Copies
Zoom/Effects
■ Stamping (Page Numbering)
Page numbers can be automatically stamped
on each page.
1
2
ADF only∗
-1-
1/8
The page numbering
format can be changed in
function mode.
Default format is "-n-".
(See page 61)
■ Stamping (Date Stamp)
The date can be automatically stamped on each
page.
1
2
ADF only∗
01/05/2003
■ Stamping (Issue Number Stamping)
An issue number can be automatically stamped
on each page.
1
2
ADF only∗
001
NOTE
50
∗ When copying with the Stamping mode combined with N in 1 mode, the Stamping mode can be
used from the platen.
4
ORIENTATION
Stamping position
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
Stamping start page
From 1, 2 or 3
or
From 3rd page
From 2nd page
From 1st page
3
● Multiple copy sets will be
sorted automatically.
4
ORIENTATION
Stamping position
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
Changing the stamp date
or
● Multiple copy sets will be
sorted automatically.
3
4
ORIENTATION
or
Stamping position
Stamping the Issue Number
or
Keypad
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
● Multiple copy sets will be
sorted automatically.
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Making Copies
3
Making Copies
Insertion/Overlay
■ Cover
1
Adds Cover Page(s) to copies.
Original
Blank
page
1
Blank page
2
1
+
2
ADF only
Original
Copied
page
Copied
page
1
Copied page
2
1
3
+
4
2
3
4
■ Page Insertion
1
Inserts Blank/Copied pages between copies.
Original
Blank page
2
Blank
page
+
Original
ADF only
Copied
page
Insertion
Insertion
+
Copied page
2
■ OHP Interleaving
1
Inserts Blank/Copied pages between OHP film.
Original
Blank
page
OHP1
1
Blank page
2
OHP2
+
Original
(1)
2
ADF only
Copied
page
1
Copied page
(2)
+
OHP1
OHP(1)
OHP2
OHP(2)
■ Presentation
1
Inserts Blank/Copied pages between OHP film
and make copied sets for handouts.
Original
Blank page
Blank
page
2
NOTE
52
OHP2
+
(1)
2
(1)
(2)
+
ADF only
Copied
page
1
+
2
Handouts
OHP1
1
Original
Copied page
2
(2)
Handouts
OHP1
OHP(1)
OHP2
OHP(2)
(1)
+
(2)
● Certain types of transparency film may not be compatible and may damage your machine.
Consult with an authorized Panasonic dealer for advice regarding non-standard paper types.
(Panasonic has tested "3M PP2500" transparency film and found it to be compatible.)
3
4
Blank
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
Paper Size∗
Paper Tray
Making Copies
Cover Page mode
Cover (Front) Cover (Front+Back)
Copy
3
4
Page Insertion mode
Blank
Number of Copies
Set the insert page position with
(Max. 999)
Keypad∗∗
If selecting other position, move
/
button, then
the sheet with
set the insert page position with Keypad
Paper Size∗
Paper Tray
Copy
3
5
5
4
Load OHP film onto
the Sheet Bypass
OHP Interleaving mode
Blank
Paper Size∗
Paper Tray
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
Copy
3
5
4
Load OHP film onto
the Sheet Bypass
Presentation mode
Blank
Paper Size∗
Paper Tray
Number of Copies
for handouts
(Max. 999)
Copy
NOTE
∗ The size and orientation of the printed copy and recording paper should match.
∗∗ Blank page to be inserted before the indicated selected page number.
53
Making Copies
Insertion/Overlay/Job Memory
■ Overlay
Overlays a second image onto the first by using
a second original.
1st-page
1
2
or
■ File Edit
Up to three∗ editing functions
available in the Form Overlay
feature.
1
∗ : To Add a new file∗
(HDD = Max. 5 files)
∗ : To Erase a
registered file
∗ : To Change the
title of a file
2
3
∗∗
or
Select a file
∗ One image file can be registered.
(Register only)
∗∗
With the optional Hard Disk Drive (DA-HD60)
installed, up to 5 image files can be registered.
If the selected File Key already contains a
registered file image, the new image will overwrite
the current image.
Without the optional Hard Disk Drive (HDD) installed: After
pressing the FILE EDIT button, the machine skips Step 3
and proceeds to Step 4 (Erase Mode).
■ Form Overlay
Overlay an image stored in memory onto the copy.
1
2
File
or
■ Job Memory
Five Copy Jobs can be stored in Memory
(M1 to M5) for recall at a later time.
To store a job in memory
1
2
Set up the copy job
to be stored.
M1, M2, M3, M4, M5
NOTE
54
● The File Edit function for selecting a file is only available when the optional Hard Disk Drive
(See page 75) is installed.
When the optional Hard Disk Drive is not installed, only one file can be selected.
● When an overlay image is not stored in memory, Form Overlay function is not selectable.
4
5
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
Density for second image
or
4
Select the overlay image to store
From Platen:
into memory for later use.
Same procedures
as for Form Overlay
or
5
6
7
REGISTER
Density for
second image
File Name
To cancel the registration,
touch "CANCEL" button.
or
4
ERASE
4
FILE NAME EDIT
5
Enter the file name
3
4
Select a file
From Platen:
If “Another Original? message is
displayed, touch the "YES" or “NO”
button.
Ex: 2 originals
Touch "YES" button.
Place the next original on the Platen.
3 Press Start Key.
4 Touch "NO" button.
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
To recall a job stored in memory
1
2
3
or
M1, M2, M3, M4, M5
NOTE
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
● JOB MEMORY mode will not be deleted even if the power switches are turned Off.
● When storing a new job into a programmed memory location, the previously stored job will be
overwritten and erased.
● M1, M2 can use as manual skyshot mode by setting the user function mode.
55
Making Copies
3
Making Copies
Other Features
■ Concurrent Copying
1st job
The next copy job can be reserved even if the
current copy job is not completed.
(Requires the optional Hard Disk Drive (See page
75) to be installed)
1st job
1st job
Copy
2nd job
2
1
Select Function
or
Reserve
2nd job
■ Energy Saver (Power Save Mode, Sleep/Shutdown Mode)
These modes save power while the copier is not in use.
1 Power Save Mode
Sleep/Shutdown Mode∗
or
Enter
Indicator
Flash: Power Save Mode
Light: Sleep/Shutdown Mode
To clear
2
Automatically enters the Sleep/
Shutdown Mode after 15 minutes
from the last copy job.
● Power Consumption and Warm Up Time while in the Power Save
Mode or Sleep/Shutdown Mode, refer to page 86.
● The machine will not go into Sleep/Shutdown Mode when the Weekly
Timer is selected.
■ Skyshot Mode
Skyshot allows copying a manuscript without generating dark borders even if the Platen Cover or ADF is opened.
Two types of Skyshot modes can be selected:
1) Digital Skyshot Mode : The scanning area (size) is not pre-determined.
2) Manual Skyshot Mode : The scanning area (size) is pre-registered into memory (M1 and M2) in advance.
Digital Skyshot Mode
The Digital Skyshot has 2 modes
( copy or copy ).
The default setting of Digital Skyshot Mode is
“Freeshp”.
Before using this mode, select each setting by
using the Function setting.
1
2
Set original on
Platen Glass
No
: None
Freeshp (Free shape) : Copy is made with a slant. copy
Parallel
: Copy is made in a straight line.
(within 5 degrees)
(See page 61)
NOTE
56
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
copy
∗ Sleep Mode/Shutdown Mode and timer setup is performed in the key operator mode.
(See page 64)
● 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.
3
4
5
6
Select
Function
Job Waiting List can be
confirmed with Job Queue.
(See page 36)
Scanning is completed
■ Interrupt Mode
This mode can interrupt other copy jobs while making copies/printing.
Other Job set
1
2
3
4
5
Other Job is
completed
or
Manual Skyshot Mode
● Set 07 Manual Skyshot Mode in Copier Settings first. (See page 61)
1
2
3
Platen
UpperLeft
Corner
Custom size∗
Number of Copies
(Max. 999)
∗ Default M1/M2 size can be changed
in the Function mode. (See page 67)
NOTE
● If using ADF, place originals in the center position of ADF Tray. The ADF can feed only 14 - 28
lb plain paper.
● When using the manual skyshot mode, the M1 and M2 are turned On and other job requiring
memory cannot be used.
● An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light shines onto the
glass during skyshot mode.
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Making Copies
or
Function
■ Using Function Modes to Change the Initial Copy Modes
Options
Copier
Settings
General
Settings
Fax/Email
Settings
Printer
Settings
Scanner
Settings
Input Identification (Key Operator ID) Code
General
Settings for
Key Operator
Copier
Settings for
Key Operator
General Settings:
Fax/Email
Settings for
Key Operator
Printer
Settings for
Key Operator
Changing the Initial Machine Modes
● Power On Default mode, Manually add toner, etc.
(See page 60)
For Key Operator:
Paper size, Finisher bin/Staple mode, Department
Counter, Network TCP/IP settings, etc.
(See pages 64-66)
■ Procedure
1
2
Select the desired Function Mode
NOTE
58
3
Select the desired Function
● Please refer to the appropriate operating instructions manual for function settings on options.
Copier Settings:
Changing the Initial Copy Modes
● Default function of each copy mode
(See pages 61)
For Key Operator:
Paper size priority, Original mode, Contrast, Job Build
and SADF mode, Original size of Manual Skyshot
mode, etc.
(See pages 67 and 68)
Printer Settings:
Changing the Initial Printer Modes
Function
● Default function of each print mode
(See page 63)
For Key Operator:
Job completion time, Page protection, Error page print,
Spool function, PS configuration, Font list print, Mailbox
data holding, etc.
(See page 69)
<When Optional accessories are installed>
Scanner Settings:
Changing the Initial Scanner Modes
● Original mode, Compression mode, Resolution, Job
Build and SADF mode, Address book, etc.
(See page 62)
● The Completion Notice will work for other modes (i.e.
Copy, etc.) even if the Scanner Option not installed.
Fax/Email Settings:
Changing the Initial Fax/Email (i-FAX) Modes
Refer to Operating Instructions (For Fax/Internet Fax
function).
When the Key Operator Mode:
4
Setting the Function Parameter
5
Identification Code
(4-digit)
6
Set the desired Function
Parameter(s).
59
Function
■ General Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
00 Power On Default Mode
Selects mode.
● COPY, PRINTER, SCANNER∗, FAX∗
COPY
01 Manual Add Toner
Adds toner manually.
● Off, On
Off
02 Sort Memory Status
Indicates the sorting memory status.
● Off, On
Off
03 Departmental Counter
Indicates the department counter.
Consult with an
authorized service
provider
04 Key Operator Mode
Input the Key Operator ID Code.
01/01
∗ When the optional Network Scaner Module/Fax
Communication Board is installed.
60
■ Copier Settings
Modes
00 Margin Value Default
Selects the margin shift value.
● 5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm
10 mm
01 Edge Value Default
Selects the edge width.
● 5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm
5 mm
02 Book Value Default
Selects the book void width.
● 15 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm, 30 mm
20 mm
03 Margin Reduction Def.
Selects the reduction ratio in margin mode.
● No, Yes
No
04 2-Sided Mode Default
Function sets the duplex priority mode.
● No, 1 to 2, 2 to 2, B to 2 (B: Book)
No
05 Reduce N in 1 For Space
Selects whether to disable edge deletion.
● No, Yes
No
06 Digital Skyshot Mode
Enables or disables the use of Skyshot mode.
● No, Freeshp (Freeshape), Parallel
Freeshp
07 Manual Skyshot Mode
Enables or disables the use of Manual Skyshot. Off
● Off, M1, On, M2, On, M1, M2, On
08 Auto Contrast Adjust
Automatically adjusts the copy density for text
and photographic originals.
● No, Yes
Yes
09 N in 1 Default Mode
Selects the N in 1 default mode.
● 2 in 1, 4 in 1, 6 in 1
2 in 1
11 Booklet Default Mag.
Selects the booklet magnification.
● 100 %, Reduce
Reduce
12 Sort Mode Def. ADF Copy
Selects the sort mode.
● Non-Sort, Sort, Stplsort (Staple-Sort),
Sftgroup (Shift-Group)
Sort
13 Sort Mode Def. FB Copy∗
Selects the sort mode.
● Non-Sort, Sort, Stplsort (Staple-Sort),
Sftgroup (Shift-Group)
Non-Sort
14 Staple Position Setting
Selects the staple position.
● Landscap (Landscape), Portrait, Center
Portrait
15 Stamping Default Mode
Selects the stamping mode.
● Page, Date, Issue
Page
16 Page Numbering Style
Selects the page numbering style.
● -n-, n/m
-n-
17 Hole Punch Default
Enables the hole punch mode.
● Off, On
Off
18 Img. Repeat Dotted Line
Selects the dotted line.
● None, Print
Print
19 Key Operator Mode
Input Key Operator ID code.
01/04
02/04
03/04
Initial
Setting
Function
04/04
Function
Screen
No.
∗ FB: Platen
61
Function
■ Scanner Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
00 Original Mode Default
Sets the original setting.
● Text, T/P (Text/Photo), Photo
T/P
01 Compression Mode Def.
Sets the default compression mode setting.
● MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
JBIG
02 Resolution Default
Sets the default resolution setting.
● 150dpi, 300dpi, 600dpi
600dpi
03 Job Bulid And SADF Mode
Sets the SADF mode setting.
● No, Yes
No
04 Bind Edge 2-Side Orig.
Sets the bind position, 2-Sided original setting.
● Long, Short
Long
05 Add New Address
To add a new address.
06 Edit Address Book
To edit the address book. (See page 80)
07 Delete Address
To delete an address.
08 Scanner Settings Print
To print scanner settings print.
● Stop, Start
09 XMF File Type
Sets the default XMF File Type.
● TIFF, PDF
01/02
02/02
62
Initial
Setting
Function
PDF
■ Printer Settings
01/04
Modes
00 Number Of Prints
Sets the initial number of prints.
● 1 ~ 999
1
01 Paper Size
Sets the paper size setting.
● A3, B4, A4, B5, A5, LEDGER, LEGAL,
LETTER, INVOICE, 8 x 13, 8.5 x 13
LETTER
02 Paper Tray
Sets the Paper Tray setting.
● Auto, Bypass, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4,
LCT
Auto
03 Print Direction
Sets the print direction setting.
● Portrait, Landscap (Landscape)
Portrait
04 Auto Tray Selection
Sets the auto tray setting.
● Off, On
On
05 2-Sided Print
Sets the 2-sided print setting.
● Off, On
Off
06 Bind Edge
Sets the bind position.
● Long, Short
Long
07 Resolution
Sets the resolution setting.
● 1200 x 600, 600 x 600, 300 x 300
600 x 600
08 Font (PCL)
Sets the PCL font.
● 0 ~ 99
0
09 Symbol Table (PCL)
Sets PCL symbol table.
● 0 ~ 35
11
10 Pitch (PCL)
Sets the PCL pitch.
● 0.44 - 99.99
10.00
11 Point Size (PCL)
Sets PCL point size.
● 4.00 - 999.75
012.00
12 Lines/Page (PCL)
Sets PCL lines/page.
● 5 - 123
60
13 Return Character (PCL)
Sets PCL return character.
● CR, CR + LF
CR
14 Mutual A4/LTR
Converts A4 to Letter automatically.
● Off, On
Off
15 Mailbox Memory Status
Indicates the mailbox memory status.
16 Print Data
Sets print data.
● Stop, Start
19 Key Operator Mode
Input the Key Operator ID Code.
02/04
03/04
04/04
Initial
Setting
Function
Function
Screen
No.
Stop
63
Function
For Key Operator
■ General Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
00 Paper Size
Sets the paper size of each paper drawer.∗
● Ledger, Legal, Letter, Letter-R, Invoice, A3,
B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5, 8 x 13, 8.5 x 13,
FLS2, AUTO∗∗
Consult with an
authorised service
dealer
01 Auto Reset Time
Selects the Control Panel reset time.
● None, 30 sec., 1 min., 2 min., 3 min.,
4 min.
1 min.
02 Power Save Mode Timer
Sets the Energy Saver mode and time.
● 1-240 minutes
15
03 Sleep/Shutdown Timer
Sets the Sleep/Shutdown timer.
● None, 1-240 minutes
90 minutes
(DP-4520/6020)
15 minutes
(DP-3520)
04 Language Default
Selects the message language of the display.
English
05 Special Paper Tray 1
Sets the paper drawer for special paper
(ex: coloured).
● None, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4, Bypass,
LCT
None
06 Special Paper Tray 2
Sets the paper drawer for special paper
(ex: coloured).
● None, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4, Bypass,
LCT
None
07 COPY Output Bin
Sets the output bin.
● Upper, Bottom
Upper
08 PRINTER Output Bin
Sets the output bin.
● Upper, Bottom
Bottom
09 FAX/EMAIL Output Bin
Sets the output bin.
● Upper, Bottom
Bottom
10 Auto Paper Out Rotate
Copier will automatically rotate image and
print when selected paper tray is empty.
● Off, On
Off
11 TCH Panel Beep Sound
Beep sounds when touching the panel.
● Off, Soft, Loud
Soft
12 Original Set Beep Sound
Beep sounds when original is set on the Platen. No
● No, Yes
13 Orig. Set In ADF Sound
Beep sounds when original is set into the ADF.
● No, Yes
Yes
14 Dept. Counter Mode
Monitors copy usage of each department.
(1) Print usage of each department
(2) Print limit of each department
(3) ID code of each department
Consult with an
authorised service
dealer
01/09
02/09
03/09
NOTE
64
Initial
Setting
Function
● The Key Operator ID Code is required before any changes can be made to items on this
page.
∗ Only 3 Paper Sizes (Letter, A4, B5) will be available when selecting Tray 1.
∗∗ “AUTO” Paper Size can be selected for Tray 2.
■ General Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
15 Fold Position (A3/LDR)
● -4.0 - +4.0 mm
0.0 mm
16 Fold Position (B4)
● -4.0 - +4.0 mm
0.0 mm
17 Fold Position (A4/LTR-R)
● -4.0 - +4.0 mm
0.0 mm
19 Language Sel. Priority
Selects the display message language.
● Off, On
Off
20 Date Time Setting
Sets date time registered.
● Month, Day, Year, Time
21 Weekly Timer
Sets the weekly On/Off timer.
22 DHCP Default
Sets the DHCP.∗
● No, Yes
23 TCP/IP Address
Sets user IP address.∗
● 3 digits x 4
24 TCP/IP Subnet Mask
Sets the subnet mask.∗
● 3 digits x 4
25 TCP/IP Default Gateway
Sets the gateway address.∗
● 3 digits x 4
26 DNS Server Address
Sets the DNS server.∗
● No, Yes
27 Hard Disk Format
Selects the hard disk format.∗∗
● Stop, Start
28 Hard Disk Error Check
Selects the hard disk error check.∗∗
● Stop, Start
04/09
06/09
NOTE
Yes
Function
05/09
No
● The Key Operator ID Code is required before any changes can be made to items on this
page.
∗ When Functions No. 22 to 26 are set, cycle the power by turning the Power Switch on the Left
side of the machine OFF and ON.
∗∗ Not required in copying mode, but needed when installing options with advanced functions
(See page 75).
65
Function
For Key Operator
■ General Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
30 Sleep/Shutdown Select
Selects the Sleep/Shutdown mode.
● Sleep, Shutdown
31 Print General Settings
Sets the print of general function.
● Stop, Start
32 Corona Wire Cleaning
Sets the corona wire cleaning.
● Off, On
33 MAC Address
Indicates the MAC address.
34 Address Book Group ID
Inputs group ID for address book.
● 0 ~ 99
35 Tandem User Parameter
Inputs parameter of user machine.
36 Community Name (1)
Selects to change the SNMP of Community
Name (1).∗
● Enables read only.
37 Community Name (2)
Selects to change the SNMP of Community
Name (2).∗
● Enables read/write.
38 Device Name
Inputs the device name when necessary.∗
(For Status Monitor/EtherTalk Machine Name)
39 Device Location
Inputs the device location when necessary.∗
(For Status Monitor)
40 Daylight Time
Sets the daylight time.
● No, Yes
No
41 Routing Menu Function
Selects the Document Distribution function∗∗.
● No, Yes
No
42 Doc. Dist. Server Name
Inputs the Document Distribution System
routing server name.
43 Doc. Dist. Server IP
Inputs the Document Distribution System
routing server IP address.
● 3 digits x 4
07/09
08/09
09/09
NOTE
66
Initial
Setting
Function
Sleep
0
0. 0. 0. 0.
● The Key Operator ID Code is required before any changes can be made to items on this
page.
When
Functions No. 36 to 39 are set, cycle the power by turning the Power Switch on the Left
∗
side of the machine OFF and ON.
∗∗ When the optional Document Distribution System (DA-WR10) is installed.
■ Copier Settings
Modes
00 Paper Size Priority
Selects paper size priority
● LEDGER, LEGAL, LETTER, LETTER-R,
INVOICE, A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5,
8 x 13, 8.5 x 13
LETTER
01 Original Mode Default
Selects original setting
● Text, T/P (Text/Photo), Photo
T/P
02 Text Contrast
Selects contrast for Text mode
●1 ~ 7
4
03 T/P Contrast
Selects contrast for Text/Photo mode
●1 ~ 7
4
04 Photo Contrast
Selects contrast for Photo mode
●1 ~ 7
4
06 Interleaving Default
Selects OHP interleaving paper
● Blank, Copy
Blank
07 Page Insertion Default
Selects page insertion
● Blank, Copy
Blank
08 Cover Mode Default
Selects cover paper
● F, Blank, F, Copy
FB, Blank, FB, Copy
(F: Front, FB: Front + Back)
F, Blank
09 Job Build And SADF Mode
Enables or disables the use of SADF function.
● No, Yes
Yes
10 Maximum Copy Setting
Determines whether to limit number of copies
(0-99).
0
(No limit)
12 M1, Size
Inputs a size in job memory 1 for frequently
used size.
● X: 5~432/Y: 5~297 mm
(See page 57)
70 x 160 mm
(X) (Y)
13 M2, Size
Inputs a size in job memory 2 for frequently
used size.
● X: 5~432/Y: 5~297 mm
(See page 57)
95 x 220 mm
(X) (Y)
01/05
02/05
03/05
NOTE
Initial
Setting
Function
Function
Screen
No.
● The Key Operator ID Code is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.
67
Function
For Key Operator
■ Copier Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
16 Memory Overflow Warning
Selects the task to perform when memory
overflow occurs
● Print, Cancel
Print
17 Toner Save Mode (T)
Selects the toner save in Text mode.
● None, Level 1, Level 2∗
None
18 Toner Save Mode (T/P)
Selects the toner save in Photo/Text mode.
● None, Level 1, Level 2∗
None
19 Toner Save Mode (P)
Selects the toner save in Photo mode.
● None, Level 1, Level 2∗
None
20 Add New Tandem Desti.
Inputs a new destination to split the copy job
21 Edit Tandem Destination
Edits the split copy job destination
22 Delete Tandem Desti.
Deletes the split copy job destination
23 Copier Settings Print
Prints the copier settings
● Stop, Start
04/05
05/05
NOTE
68
● The Key Operator ID Code is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.
∗ “Level 1 or 2” setting consumes less Toner than “None” setting, however, the copy quality will
diminish slightly.
Toner saving is based on the Panasonic 6 % density Test Chart (N910653):
Level 1: Uses approximately 10 % less Toner than None setting.
Level 2: Uses approximately 20 % less Toner than None setting.
■ Printer Settings
Screen
No.
Modes
Sets the job completion time setting.
● 1~ 999 sec.
180
01 Page Protection
Compress automatically then printout.
● Off, On
Off
02 Error Page Print
Sets the error page printout.
● Off, On
Off
03 Spool Function
Sets the spool function.
● Off, On
On
04 Text Print
Prints text page only.
● Off, On
On
05 PS Configuration Print
Prints the PS status page.
● Stop, Start
06 Printer Settings Print
Prints the printer status.
● Stop, Start
07 Font List Print (PCL)
Prints the PCL font list.
● Stop, Start
08 Font List Print (PS)
Prints the PS font list.
● Stop, Start
09 Mailbox Data Holding
Sets the automatic holding period of mailbox
7 days
data.∗
● Infinity, 1 day, 2 days, 3 days, 4 days, 6 days,
7 days
10 Delete Mailbox Data
Deletes the mailbox data.∗
● All, Before
11 Print Queue Delete
Sets the delete authorization for the print queue. Key op.
● Free, Key op. (operator)
12 AppleTalk Zone Name
Inputs an AppleTalk Zone name.∗∗
● Maximum 32 characters
13 NetWare
Sets the NetWare Operating System.
● Off, On (When using IPX/SPX protocol of
Novell NetWare)
02/03
NOTE
Function
00 Job Completion Time
01/03
03/03
Initial
Setting
Function
On
● The Key Operator ID Code is required before any changes can be made to items on this
page.
∗ Functions No. 09 and 10 are available when the optional Hard Disk Drive (DA-HD60) is
installed.
∗∗ When Function No. 12 is set, cycle the power by turning the Power Switch on the Left Side of
the machine OFF and ON.
69
Function
Examples
■ Changing the Auto Contrast Setting
You can select whether to automatically adjust the copying density for Text and Photo originals.
1
2
3
Scroll to
02/04
■ Changing the Paper Size
The Paper Trays are designed to accommodate Invoice, Letter, Letter-R, Legal and Ledger Size paper.
1
2
6
3
7
8
Paper Tray
Paper Size
Tray 2 only
Only 3 Paper Sizes (Letter, A4,
and B5) will be available when
selecting Tray 1.
■ Weekly Timer
Key Operator can administer the On/Off weekly timers.
1
2
6
7
End time
70
3
8
Input time
Ex.: 0800
Start time
9
4
5
or
5
Function
4
6
ID Code
(4-digit)
12
LTR
a
LTR
LDR
11
LGL
10
b
INV
Pull out the Paper Tray
Adjust the Paper Guides ( a / b )
Note: It is recommended that the paper guide ( b ) is fixed in place with screws.
Consult an authorized service provider for details on how to fasten the guide.
4
Change the Paper Size Indicator
For Tray 2:
Change the position of the Paper Size
Indicator to display and to automatically
select the paper size loaded in the tray.
5
6
Scroll to
05/09
ID Code
(4-digit)
9
10
11
Input time
Ex.: 1700
71
Function
Examples
■ Department Counter
The Department Counter feature can limit the number of copies, administer counters and Identification Code numbers for
each department. (Maximum Number of Departments: 300)
Contact your authorized service provider to enable the Department Counter feature.
1
2
3
6 For Total Counter
For Identification Code
or
Displays the sum of all the
active department counters.
or
Prints all the active
department counters.
ID Code
(8-digit)
Select Page
To clear the total counter, touch the
INPUT button, enter 0 and touch the
OK button.
Select Department
7
6 Input a Department Name (up to 25
characters) using the Keyboard and
touch the OK button. (See page 35,
How to use the Keyboard)
■ Network Settings
When the Parameter “23 DHCP Default” is set to “No”, the Key Operator must administer the Network settings manually.
1
2
3
5
6
Scroll to 05/09
or
Scroll to 06/09
Input an IP Address∗
Ex.: 192.168.1.100
When entering a 1 or 2-digit number segment, add “00” or “0” in
front of the number, to scroll to the next segment of numbers or
press the “ ” key to enter a period after the number.
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4
5
6
Scroll to
03/09
ID Code
(4-digit)
For Department Counter
For Maximum Prints
Clear the
counter (8-digit)
to “0”
Select Page
Select Department
Maximum Number
of Copies (8-digit)
Select Page
Select Department
4
5
ID Code
(4-digit)
7
8
Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side
of the machine OFF and ON.
∗ When clearing the IP address, press the " " key to move to the next segment
of the IP address (∗∗∗.∗∗∗.∗∗∗.∗∗∗) and press the Clear key.
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Function
or
Function
Combined Function Table
Others
INSERTION/
OVERLAY
ZOOM/
EFFECTS
SORT/
FINISH
2-SIDED/ORIG.
COPY
ZOOM/
EFFECTS
INSERTION/
OVERLAY
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
Book 2
2 Page
N in 1
Booklet
Multi-Size Feeding
Job Build and 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∗
File Edit
Interrupt
Proof Copy
Tandem Copy
Concurrent Copying
Manual Skyshot
Digital Skyshot
∗ Form Overlay
When the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD60) is not
installed, the operation result of the Combined Function will
change to an "R".
A registered image cannot be
availed in selected copy function
of above gray highlighted.
: Possible Combined Functions.
: Possible Combined Functions without full size copy ratio.
: Unavailable Combined Functions.
A : Next Selection is Carried Out.
R : When the same function is selected twice, the second selection is ignored.
: Functional combination that cannot be performed.
: Posssible on all models except the DA-FS330.
Multi-size Feeding with any shift function is not possible.
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Others
File Edit
Interrupt
Proof Copy
Tandem Copy
Concurrent Copying
Manual Skyshot
Digital Skyshot
First
Selections
SORT/
FINISH
1 1
1 2
2 1
2 2
Book
2
2 Page
N in 1
Booklet
Multi-Size Feeding
Job Build and 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∗
Next
Selections
2-SIDED/ORIG.
COPY
Accessories
Components
■ The DP-3520/4520/6020 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.
Image Memory
(DA-SM16B/64B/28B)
● 16/64/128 MB
● To increase the memory capacity for
electronic sorting.
■ Options
2-Bin Finisher
(DA-FS330 for DP-3520)
(DA-FS600 for DP-4520/6020)
(See pages 44 and 76)
Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Unit
(DA-HD60)
● For PS Printing (for Fonts)
Security Print/Mailbox
Tandem copy/Concurrent copy
I-FAX without mail server
1,000 Station Address Book
Print Job Spooling
OneRIP
Account Management
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
(DA-FS355A for DP-3520/4520)
(See pages 44 and 76)
2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
(DA-FS605 for DP-4520/6020)
(See pages 44 and 76)
Punch Unit for DA-FS600/605
(DA-SP31)
(See page 76)
Expansion Board
(DA-EM600)
● Expansion F-ROM (8 MB)
Punch Unit for
DA-FS355
(DA-SP41)
(See page 76)
Accessories
Network Scanner Module
(DA-NS600)
Printer Controller Module
(DA-PC601)
● Printer Controller for PCL6∗
Exit Tray
(DA-XT600)
Multi Page Description Language
Controller Module
(DA-MC601)
● Printer Controller for PS∗/PCL6
System Console
(DA-DS601/602)
● To increase the paper feed
sources and capacity.
DA-DS601: Paper Tray x 1
DA-DS602: Paper Tray x 2
(550 sheets)
Fax Communication Board
(DA-FG600)
3000-Sheet Tray (LCT)
(DA-MA301)
● To increase the paper feed
capacity.
(3000 sheets)
Internet Fax/E-Mail Module
(DA-NF600)
Letter-R/Legal Size Adaptor for
LCT
(DA-TK31)
NOTE
∗ PCL6 is a Page Description Language of the Hewlett-Packard Company.
PS is a Page Description Language of the Adobe Corporation.
● Contact your authorized service provider for details on combinations of options.
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Accessories
Finisher
1. Components
DA-FS600/FS605
DA-FS355A
Punch Unit
(Option: DA-SP31)
For punching 3 holes on
copies.
Bin
1 Bin
Saddle Stitcher Tray
When using the Booklet
copy mode (see page 40).
2 Bin
Saddle Stitcher Tray
(DA-FS605)
When using the Booklet
copy mode (see page 40).
Punch Unit (Option: DA-SP41)
For punching 3 holes on copies.
5. Dispose the Punch Hole Residue
■ DA-FS600/FS605 with optional Punch Unit (DA-SP31)
1
2
Punch Unit
Front Cover
Punch Hole
Residue Container
■ DA-FS355A with optional Punch Unit (DA-SP41)
1
2
Finisher
■ DA-FS330
1
76
2
DA-FS330
2. Operation
1 Bin
(See page 44)
3. Replacing the Staple
Cartridge
2 Bin
Letter size only
Electronic Shift
Stapling
(See pages 14-17)
4. Bin Capacity
(See pages 88 and 89)
4
5
Punch Unit
Front Cover
3
4
5
Return the finisher to original
position.
3
4
5
Dispose the punch hole
residue.
Trash Box
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Accessories
3
Network Scanner (Option)
Document Scanning/Address Book
■ Document Scanning
1
When Panasonic Document Management
System (PDMS) is installed and configured
on your PC, document(s) can be scanned from
the DP-3520/4520/6020 to PC.
2
or
5
8
Original Size
if original size is not shown
■ Adding your PC IP Address
If the Scanner Configration is not set with the Panasonic Communications Utility of PDMS software (refer to PDMS
CD-ROM), input your PC IP Addresses from the copier's Touch Panel.
1
2
3
Scroll to 02/02
6
Key Name
(Max. 15 characters)
Ex.: PC Name
Document Save
Docu. Retrieve
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7
8
Add the IP Address to Favorites
For PC
or
For DD Server refer to
optional DD Server (DAWS20)
3
4
5
Select a destination (PC)∗
∗ A destination will be indicated
“ROUTING MENU” : refer to optional
Document Distribution System (DAWR10).
Select a Mode if required
Resolution∗
2-Sided Original
Exposure
Thin Original
Original mode
6
7
Select a file
format
8
8
File name
(Max. 20 characters)
Ex.: Jack
When “CUSTOM” is selected.
PC Screen
10
4
Refer to PDMS Operating
Instructions on the
CD-ROM.
Network Scanner
(Option)
When
“DATE/TIME”
is selected.
9
∗150dpi: Text mode only.
5
6
IP Address
Ex.: 192.168.1.10∗∗
Server name
(Max. 15 characters)
Ex.: SALES DEPT
∗∗ When entering a 1 or 2-digit
9
number segment, add “00” or “0”
in front of the number, to scroll to
the next segment of numbers or
press the “ ” key to enter a
period after the number.
Port number
Button Names on the Keyboard
To input upper
case letter(s).
To move the cursor
(_) to the left or
right side.
To input numbers
and/or symbols.
To erase the
character before
the cursor.
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Network Scanner (Option)
Document Scanning/Address Book
■ Editing your PC IP Address
If you have to change or erase any of the Address Book stations, follow the steps below.
1
2
3
Scroll to 02/02
6
7
New name
(Max. 15 characters)
Ex.: SALES DEPT 01
8
New key name
(Max. 15 characters)
Ex.: PC Name
Document Save
Docu. Retrieve
Add the IP Address to Favorites
or
■ Erasing the Address
If you have to delete any of the Address Book entries.
1
2
3
Scroll to 02/02
80
4
5
6
Select the entry you wish
to change
9
New IP Address
Ex.: 192.168. 1. 11∗
10
Port number
For PC
For DD Server
4
∗ When entering a 1 or 2-digit
number segment, add “00” or
“0” in front of the number, to
scroll to the next segment of
numbers or press the “ ” key
to enter a period after the
number.
When clearing the IP address,
press the " " key to move to
the next segment of the IP
address
(∗∗∗.∗∗∗.∗∗∗.∗∗∗) and
press the Clear key.
5
Network Scanner
(Option)
Select the entry you wish
to delete
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Problem Solving
Troubleshooting
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, U11....etc.)
Perform actions in accordance with each
message.
Does the Add Staples indicator and message
appear on the display?
Add Staples (See pages 14-17)
Remove all jammed staples. (See pages 15, 17)
Does the Add Paper indicator and message
appear on the display? ( )
Add paper. (See pages 10, 12, 13)
Does the paper misfeed indicator and
message appear on the display? ( )
Remove the misfed paper. (See pages 16 - 25)
Does E#-## indicator and message appear
on the display?
Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side and
the Main Power Switch on the Back of the
machine to the OFF and ON. 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 a long time period or job would
not be completed.
Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side and
the Main Power Switch on the Back of the
machine to the OFF and ON.
Light Copies
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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 pages 12 and 13)
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.
■ If the measures outlined above do not solve the problem, call your Service provider.
Copier Care
Platen Sheet
Platen Glass/Platen Sheet
Wipe marks off with a cloth and a neutral detergent.
Wipe again with a dry cloth.
Platen (Glass)
Problem Solving
■ As a rule, clean weekly.
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Problem Solving
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.
1
2
Data LED
Turn the Power Switch on
the Left Side of the
machine to the OFF
position and open the Front
Cover.
Set the Date and Time
6
7
10
Scroll to 05/09
NOTE
84
● The service life of the battery is approximately 1 year under normal use.
3
4
Used
Data LED
1
New
2
8
5
Turn the Power Switch
on the Left Side of the
machine to the ON
position and close the
Front Cover.
6
9
10
ID Code
(Department Code)
11
12
Month, Day, Year,
Time
Time
Problem Solving
Month/Day/Year/Time
CAUTION
Denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
● 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
Specifications
■ DP-3520/4520/6020 (Copier)
Type
Desk Top
Platen Type
Fixed
Acceptable Originals
Sheets, Books (max. Ledger)
Copying Method
Laser Electrophotography
Fixing Method
Heat Roller Fixing
Imaging Method
Dry-Type Two components imaging
Resolution
Maximum: 600 dpi
Operation Panel
Touch Panel Display
Maximum Copy Size
Ledger - Invoice via Paper Tray
Void Area
Max. 0.2″ (5 mm)
Warm Up Time
DP-4520/6020 : Approx. 180 seconds (68°F/20°C)
DP-3520
: Approx. 30 seconds (68°F/20°C)
First Copy Time
DP-3520 : Approx. 5.8 seconds
DP-4520 : Approx. 4.5 seconds
DP-6020 : Approx. 3.5 seconds
(Letter , from 1st Tray, platen)
Multi-Copy Speed
DP-3520 : 35 cpm (Letter size)
DP-4520 : 45 cpm (Letter size)
DP-6020 : 60 cpm (Letter size)
Enlargement Ratios
Preset: 121%, 129%, 155%, 200%
Variable: from 101 - 400% in 1% increments
Reduction Ratios
Preset: 79%, 77%, 65%, 61%, 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: 16 - 24 lb (Bypass: 15 - 35 lb)
Quantity Selector
Maximum: 999 sheets (Optional Exit Tray capacity is 250 sheets)
Electrical Consumption
120V AC, 60Hz, 12A
Energy Consumption
1.45 kW
Dimensions (W × D × H)
23.6″ (W) × 29.6″ (D) × 28.9″ (H) (600 × 753 × 735 mm)
Weight
289.2 lb (131 kg) : DP-4520/6020
282.6 lb (128 kg) : DP-3520
Operating Environment
Temperature: 50 - 86°F (10 - 30°C) Relative Humidity: 30 - 80%
(However, the humidity should be 70% or less at a temperature of 86°F (30°C),
and the temperature should be 80°F (27°C) or less at a humidity level of 80%.)
● Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Modes
Normal Operation
Power Saver Mode
Sleep Mode
Shutdown Mode
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Power Consumption
Approximately 160 Wh (3520)
Approximately 210 Wh (4520)
Approximately 240 Wh (6020)
Approximately 170 Wh (4520)
Approximately 180 Wh (6020)
Approximately 20 Wh
Approximately 4 Wh
Warm Up Time
N/A
Min. 30 sec. recovery (4520/6020)
30 sec. recovery
180 sec. recovery
30 sec. recovery
180 sec. recovery
(3520)
(4520/6020)
(3520)
(4520/6020)
■ i-ADF (Standard)
Tray Capacity
Maximum 70 sheets (20 lb: 75 g/m2)
Paper Size
Invoice/Letter/Legal/Ledger
Paper Weight
14 – 28 lb (50 - 105 g/m2)/1-sided
17 – 28 lb (64 - 105 g/m2)/2-sided
Electrical Requirements
Supplied from copier
Dimensions (W × D × H)
23.6 × 23.0 × 5.4 in (600 × 583 × 138 mm)
Weight
32 lb (14.5 kg)
■ System Console 1 (DA-DS601)
Combination
Paper Tray × 1
Storage Tray × 1
Paper Size
Invoice/Letter/Letter-R/Legal/Ledger
Paper Weight
16 – 24 lb (60 - 90 g/m2)
Paper Capacity
Maximum 550 sheets × 1: 20 lb (75 g/m2)
Electrical Requirements
Supplied from copier
Dimensions (W × D × H)
23.6 × 28.7 × 11.4 in (600 × 730 × 290 mm)
Weight
63.5 lb (28.8 kg)
Applicable Models
DP-3520/4520/6020
■ System Console 2 (DA-DS602)
Combination
Paper Tray × 2
Paper Size
Invoice/Letter/Letter-R/Legal/Ledger
Paper Weight
16 – 24 lb (60 - 90 g/m2)
Paper Capacity
Maximum 550 sheets × 2: 20 lb (75 g/m2)
Electrical Requirements
Supplied from copier
Dimensions (W × D × H)
23.6 × 28.7 × 11.4 in (600 × 730 × 290 mm)
Weight
66.2 lb (30 kg)
Applicable Models
DP-3520/4520/6020
■ 3000-Sheet Tray (LCT) (DA-MA301)
Paper Size
Letter (Letter-R/Legal with optional DA-TK31)
Paper Weight
16 – 24 lb (60 - 90 g/m2)
Paper Capacity
Maximum 3000 sheets × 20 lb (75 g/m2)
Electrical Requirements
Supplied from copier
Dimensions (W × D × H)
11.7 × 17.5 × 19.9 in (295 × 445 × 505 mm)
Weight
27.2 lb (12.3kg)
Applicable Models
DP-3520/4520/6020
Paper Size
Letter-R/Legal
Paper Weight
20 lb (75 g/m2)
Paper Capacity
Letter-R : Maximum 2500 sheets
Legal : Maximum 1500 sheets
Applicable Model
DA-MA301
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Others
■ Letter-R/Legal Size Adaptor for LCT (DA-TK31)
Others
Specifications
■ 2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS600)
Mode
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Non-sort/Sort/Staple
Paper Size
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Paper Weight
Invoice/Letter/Letter-R/Legal/Ledger
16 - 35 lb (60 - 135 g/m2): Non-sort mode
Paper Capacity
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Maximum: 1000 sheets / 30 set (Stapling mode)
Staple
Paper Size
Letter/Letter-R/legal/Ledger
Paper Weight
17 - 21 lb (64 - 80 g/m2)
Capacity
2-50 sheets: Letter (20 lb: 75 g/m2)
2-30 sheets: Letter-R/Legal/Ledger (20 lb: 75 g/m2)
Point
Rear 1/Front 1/Middle 2-Point Staple
Electrical Requirements
Supplied from copier
Dimensions (W × D × H)
26.4 × 24.2 × 59.1 in (670 × 613 × 1500 mm)
Weight
76 lb (34.5 kg)
Applicable Models
DP-4520/6020
■ 2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS605)
Mode
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Non-sort/Sort/Staple
Tray
Saddle-Stitch
Paper Size
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Tray
Paper Weight
Invoice/Letter/Letter-R/Legal/Ledger
Letter-R/Ledger
16 - 35 lb (60 - 135 g/m2): Non-sort mode
Paper Capacity
1 Bin and 2 Bin
Maximum: 1000 sheets / 30 set (Stapling mode)
Tray
Maximum: 30 set
Staple
Paper Size
Letter/Letter-R/Legal/Ledger
Paper Weight
17 - 21 lb (64 - 80 g/m2)
Capacity
2-50 sheets: Letter (20 lb: 75 g/m2)
2-30 sheets: Letter-R/Legal/Ledger (20 lb: 75 g/m2)
Point
Rear 1/Front 1/Middle 2-Point Staple
Saddle-Stitch
Paper Size
Letter-R/Ledger
Paper Weight
17 - 21 lb (64 - 80 g/m2)
Stack
Electrical Requirements
11-15 sheets: 10 sets/6-10 sheets: 15 sets/2-5 sheets: 25 sets
Supplied from copier
Dimensions (W × D × H)
26.4 × 24.2 × 59.1 in (670 × 613 × 1500 mm)
Weight
115 lb (52.5 kg)
Applicable Models
DP-4520/6020
■ Punch Unit (DA-SP31)
Paper Size
Letter/Ledger : 3-hole
Letter-R/Legal : 2-hole
Paper Weight
17 - 35 lb (64 - 133 g/m2)
Applicable Models
DA-FS600/FS605
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■ 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/Shift-Sort (Letter Portrait only)/Staple (Letter Portrait only)
Invoice/Letter/Letter-R/Legal/Ledger
Letter
16 - 35 lb (60 - 135 g/m2): Non-sort mode
100 sheets
Maximum: 1000 sheets / 30 set (Stapling mode)
Letter
17 - 21 lb (64 - 80 g/m2)
2 - 30 sheets: 20 lb (75 g/m2)
1-Point Staple
Letter/Ledger: 3-hole
16 - 28 lb (60 - 105 g/m2)
Supplied from copier
16.6 × 20.5 × 17.0 in (420 × 520 × 430 mm)
34.1 lb (15.5 kg)
DP - 3520
■ 1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS355A)
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 Models
Non-sort/Sort/Staple
Saddle-Stitch
Invoice/Letter/Letter-R/Legal/Ledger
Letter-R/Ledger
16 - 35 lb (60 - 135 g/m2): Non-sort mode
Maximum: 1000 sheets / 30 set (Stapling mode)
Maximum: 20 set
Letter/Letter-R/Legal/Ledger
17 - 21 lb (64 - 80 g/m2)
2 - 50 sheets: Letter/Letter-R (20 lb 75 g/m2)
2 - 25 sheets: Legal/Ledger (20 lb 75 g/m2)
Rear 1/Front 1/Middle 2-Point Staple
Letter-R/Ledger
17 - 21 lb (64 - 80 g/m2)
6 - 10 sheets: 10 sets/1 - 5 sheets: 20 sets
Supplied from copier
21.7 × 23.7 × 18.3 in (550 × 600 × 464 mm)
60 lb (27.2 kg)
DP-3520/4520
Paper Size
Paper Weight
Applicable Model
Letter/Ledger : 3-hole
Letter-R/Legal : 2-hole
17 - 35 lb (64 - 133 g/m2)
DA-FS355A
● Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Others
■ Punch Unit (DA-SP41)
Others
Options and Supplies
■ The DP-3520/4520/6020 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
Plain Stand
DA-D351
For USA/Canada only
Plain Stand (Short)
DA-D352
For USA/Canada only
System Console 1
DA-DS601
550 Sheet Paper Tray × 1
System Console 2
DA-DS602
550 Sheet Paper Tray × 2
3000-Sheet Tray (LCT)
DA-MA301
3000 Sheet Paper Tray
2-Bin Finisher
DA-FS600
For DP-4520/6020
2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
DA-FS605
For DP-4520/6020
2-Bin Finisher
DA-FS330
For DP-3520
1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
DA-FS355A
For DP-3520/4520
Punch Unit for DA-FS600/605
DA-SP31
For DP-4520/6020
Punch Unit for DA-FS355A
DA-SP41
DA-FS355A for DP-3520/4520
Exit Tray
DA-XT600
For DP-3520/4520/6020
Letter-R/Legal Size Adaptor for
DA-MA301
DA-TK31
For DP-3520/4520/6020
Image Memory (16 MB)
DA-SM16B
For Electronic Sorting
Image Memory (64 MB)
DA-SM64B
For Electronic Sorting
Image Memory (128 MB)
DA-SM28B
For Electronic Sorting
Expansion Flash Memory Card, 4 MB
UE-410047
Additional Page Memory for Fax Communication Board (DA-FG600)
Expansion Flash Memory Card, 8 MB
UE-410048
Additional Page Memory for Fax Communication Board (DA-FG600)
Hard Disk Drive
DA-HD60
For DP-3520/4520/6020
Printer Controller Module
DA-PC601
Printer Controller for PCL6∗
Network Scanner Module
DA-NS600
Network Scanner
Expansion Board
DA-EM600
F-ROM 8MB
Multi Page Desription
language Controller Module
DA-MC601
Printer Controller for PCL6/PS3∗
Internet Fax/E-Mail Module
DA-NF600
Internet Fax/E-Mail communication
Fax Communication Board
DA-FG600
G3 Fax/Tel communication
DD Server Software
DA-WS20
For DD Server function
Accounting Software
DA-WA10
For Accounting function
Document Distribution System
DA-WR10
For Document Distribution function
NOTE
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∗ PCL6 is a Page Description Language of the Hewlett-Packard Company.
PS3 is a Page Description Language of the Adobe System Company.
■ Supplies
Part No.
Remarks
Staple Cartridge
FQ-SS66
Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS600/605
Staple Cartridge
FQ-SS50
Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS605 (Saddle-Stitch)
Staple Cartridge
DQ-SS35
Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS355A
Staple Cartridge
FQ-SS32
Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS330
Toner
DQ-TU241G
Toner for DP-3520/4520
Toner
DQ-TU351G
Toner for DP-6020
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Others
Part Name
Others
INDEX
1
21 ..................................................................... 38
2
11 ..................................................................... 38
2
21 ..................................................................... 38
2PAGE ........................................................................ 40
2-Sided/Original
Copy ............................................ 11
D
DATA STAMP .............................................................. 50
Delete printing job(s) ................................................... 36
Department Counter .................................................... 73
E
A
Accessories ................................................................. 75
ACTIVE LED (GREEN) ............................................... 27
Add Paper Indicator .................................................... 82
Add Staples:
1-Bin Saddle-Stich Finisher (DA-FS355A) ............ 16
2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS330) .................................... 14
2-Bin Finisher (DA-FS600)/
2-Bin Saddle-Stich Finisher (DA-FS605) ............... 14
Add Toner:
Replace Toner Bottle ............................................. 12
Adding Paper (1550-Sheet Paper Tray 1) ................... 12
Adding Paper (3000 Sheet Large Capacity Paper
Tray (LCT) (Option)) .................................................... 12
Adding Paper (550-Sheet Paper Tray2-4) .................. 10
Adding Paper (Sheet Bypass) ..................................... 10
Additional Memory (Image Memory) ........................... 75
ADF ............................................................................. 30
Adjust the Manual Exposure ................................. 11, 31
ALARM LED (RED) ..................................................... 27
AUTO ZOOM .............................................................. 46
B
BOOK .......................................................................... 46
BOOK
21 ............................................................. 38
BOOKLET ................................................................... 40
E#-## indicator ............................................................ 82
EDGE .......................................................................... 46
Energy Save Mode Notice ............................................ 8
ENERGY SAVER Key ................................................. 27
Energy Saver Key Flash (or Light) .............................. 82
ERASE ........................................................................ 55
F
FILE EDIT ................................................................... 54
FILE FORMAT ............................................................. 78
FILE NAME EDIT ........................................................ 55
Finisher (DA-FS600/FS605/FS355A/FS330) .............. 76
Finisher Bin ................................................................. 76
Finisher Punch Hole Residue ...................................... 76
Finisher Punch Unit ..................................................... 76
Finisher Saddle Stitcher .............................................. 76
For Example: Changing the Auto Contrast Setting ..... 70
For Example: Changing the Paper Size ...................... 70
For Example: Department Counter ............................. 72
For Example: Network Settings ................................... 72
For Example: Weekly Timer ........................................ 70
FORM OVERLAY ........................................................ 54
Freeshp (Free Shape) ................................................. 56
FUNCTION .................................................................. 58
FUNCTION Key .......................................................... 27
G
C
Cannot Complete
Job Exceeds Memory Capacity ............................. 31
Can Not Complete Confirm Staple Unit
(DA-FS330/FS600/FS605) .......................................... 14
Can Not Complete Confirm Staple Unit
(DA-FS355A) ............................................................... 16
CENTERING ............................................................... 48
CLEAR Key ................................................................. 27
Combined Function Table ........................................... 74
Completion Notice ....................................................... 36
Control Panel .............................................................. 27
Copier Care ................................................................. 83
Copier Settings ............................................................ 61
Copier Settings (For Key Operator) ............................ 67
Copy Jobs ................................................................... 11
COPY Key ................................................................... 27
Copy Size Key ............................................................. 32
Copying on Heavy Paper (Post Cards, etc.) ............... 30
Copying on Special Paper, etc. ................................... 10
Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1) ....................... 30
Copying with Preset Ratios ......................................... 32
COVER ....................................................................... 52
92
General Settings ......................................................... 60
General Settings (For Key Operator) .......................... 64
I
Identification (Key Operator ID) Code ........................... 8
Identification Code ...................................................... 72
IMAGE REPEAT ......................................................... 48
Input Identification Code Screen ................................. 28
Insertion/Overlay ......................................................... 11
INTERRUPT ................................................................ 57
INTERRUPT Key ........................................................ 27
INVERSE .................................................................... 48
ISSUE NUMBER STAMPING ..................................... 50
J
JOB BUILD AND SADF ............................................... 42
JOB MEMORY ...................................................... 11, 54
Job Queue ................................................................... 36
Job Status Indicator .................................................... 28
K
Keyboard (Button Names) ........................................... 35
L
Light Copies ................................................................ 82
Load Paper .................................................................. 10
M
Making Copies With Opening the ADF ....................... 56
MARGIN ...................................................................... 48
Marked Copies ............................................................ 83
Maximum Prints .......................................................... 73
Misfed Location Indicator ............................................ 16
Misfed Paper (1-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher Only) ....... 24
Misfed Paper (2-Bin Finisher) ..................................... 22
Misfed Paper (2-Bin Finisher) ..................................... 24
Misfed Paper (2-Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher Only) ....... 22
Misfed Paper (Automatic Duplex Unit (ADU)) ............. 20
Misfed Paper (ADF) .................................................... 20
Misfed Paper (Large Capacity Paper Tray) ................. 22
Misfed Paper (Paper Entry Area) ................................ 18
Misfed Paper (Paper Exit/Fuser Area) ........................ 18
Misfed Paper (Paper Transport Area) ......................... 18
Misfed Paper (Reverse Area) ...................................... 18
MULTI-SIZE FEED ...................................................... 42
N
N in 1 ........................................................................... 40
Network Scanner ......................................................... 78
Network Scanner: Adding your PC IP Address
from the copier’s Touch Panel ..................................... 78
Network Scanner: Document Scanning ...................... 78
Network Scanner: Editing your PC IP Address ........... 80
Network Scanner: Erasing the Address ...................... 80
NON-SORT ................................................................. 44
O
oF (Overflow) Indicator ................................................ 45
OHP INTERLEAVING ................................................. 52
Operating Instructions ................................................... 2
Operating Instructions Outline ....................................... 3
Operation Chart ........................................................... 10
Options ........................................................................ 75
Options and Supplies .................................................. 90
Outline of Function Modes .......................................... 58
OVERLAY ................................................................... 54
Precautions ................................................................... 7
PRESENTATION ......................................................... 52
PRINT DATA LED (GREEN) ....................................... 27
Printer Settings ............................................................ 63
Printer Settings (For Key Operator) ............................ 69
Problem Solving Outline .............................................. 11
Procedure of Function Modes ..................................... 58
Proof Set (Copying) ..................................................... 32
PUNCH ....................................................................... 44
Q
Quick Operation .......................................................... 10
R
Reduction/Enlargement ...............................................
Reduction and Enlargement Ratios (%) ......................
REGISTER ..................................................................
Removing a Misfed Paper (Locations) ........................
Replace Battery ...........................................................
Replacing Toner Waste Container ..............................
RESERVE A JOB ........................................................
RESET Key .................................................................
ROTATE-GROUP ........................................................
ROTATE-SORT ...........................................................
32
33
55
16
84
12
57
27
44
44
S
Scanner Settings ......................................................... 61
Select type of Original(s) ....................................... 11, 31
Sheet Bypass .............................................................. 10
SHIFT-GROUP ............................................................ 44
SHIFT-SORT ............................................................... 44
Shutdown .................................................................... 56
Skyshot Mode ............................................................. 56
Sleep ........................................................................... 56
SORT .......................................................................... 44
SORT/FINISH ....................................................... 11, 44
Specifications ......................................................... 86-89
STAMPING .................................................................. 50
Staple Cartridge .................................................... 14, 91
Staple Position ............................................................ 44
STAPLE-SORT ............................................................ 44
Status Monitor Icon ..................................................... 36
STOP Key ................................................................... 27
Symbols/Icons ............................................................... 4
P
T
Tandem/Remote .......................................................... 32
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Deleting) .................. 34
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Editing) .................... 34
Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration) ............ 34
Total Counter ............................................................... 72
Touch Panel Display .................................................... 28
Touch Panel Display Brightness Adjustment ............... 28
Touch Panel Display Indications ................................. 29
Troubleshooting .......................................................... 82
93
Others
PAGE INSERTION ...................................................... 52
PAGE NUMBERING ................................................... 50
Paper Tray 1 ................................................................ 12
Paper Tray 2-4 ............................................................ 10
Parallel ........................................................................ 56
Place Original .............................................................. 10
Place Original on the ADF ........................................... 30
Place Original for Stapling ........................................... 45
Pop up Screen ............................................................ 36
Position of the Original(s) ............................................ 31
Possible Combined Functions. .................................... 74
Others
U
Unavailable Combined Functions. .............................. 74
Unit Does Not Operate ................................................ 82
Useful Office Functions ................................................. 2
User Error Codes (U Code): U1, U4, U6, etc. ............. 17
W
Warning Indications ..................................................... 29
Z
ZOOM ......................................................................... 46
Zoom/Effects ............................................................... 11
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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
(
)
Supplies Telephone Number
(
)
Service Telephone Number
(
)
Model and Serial Number
Copyright © 2003 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.
The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change without notice.
Universal Font Scaling Technology (UFST) and all typefaces have been licensed from Agfa Monotype
Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell, Inc. in the United tates and other countries.
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Others
PEERLESSPAGE™ 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
USA Only
WARRANTY
PANASONIC DIGITAL DOCUMENT COMPANY MAKES NO WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES OR
REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, TO CUSTOMER WITH RESPECT TO THIS
PANASONIC MACHINE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
PANASONIC DIGITAL DOCUMENT COMPANY ASSUMES NO RISK AND SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT
TO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS OF PROFITS SUSTAINED BY THE
CUSTOMER IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR APPLICATION OF THIS PANASONIC MACHINE.
SEE YOUR DEALER FOR DETAILS OF DEALER’S WARRANTY.
For Service, Call:
Panasonic Digital Document Company
Unit of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
Two Panasonic Way
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/en/
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
Ko0803-1103
DZSD002090-1
October 2003
Printed in Japan
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