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SCANNERS SCANNERS SCANNERS SCANNERS

2000 Series SCSI Scanners

KIP 2050 / KIP 2080 KIP 2120

User's Manual
Ver E.2

We highly appreciate your purchasing our Image Scanner K-75 series (KIP2050, 2080, 2120 and 2160). This USER'S MANUAL contains functional and operational explanation of the Image Scanner K-75 series. Read this USER'S MANUAL carefully before use in order to understand the K-75 series fully and to use more efficiently. Keep this USER'S MANUAL for future reference. 1. When K-75 series is installed in U.S.A. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 2. When K-75 series is installed in Europe This equipment complies with the requirements in Pub.22 of CISPR Rules for a Class B computing device. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause unacceptable interference to radio and TV reception requiring the operator to take whatever steps are necessary to correct the interference. Do not install Machine around electronics equipment or precision instruments. It may be influenced by electrical reason or vibration while printing. If Machine is installed near electronics equipment, such as TV or radio, interference to equipment, such as noise or flickering may be occurred. Use separate power line and install Machine as far as such equipment.

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WARNINGS FOR THE SAFETY (OBSERVE THESE WARNING)


Following warnings are very important to use this equipment safely and to prevent the operator from danger and his/her property from being damaged. Hazardous or damage degree is classified and shown as follows when this machine is erroneously used ignoring this USER'S MANUAL.

WARNING
This caution mark denotes that the failure to follow given instructions in handling the machine could result in a death or serious injury.

CAUTION
This caution mark denotes that the failure to follow given instructions in handling the machine could result in an injury or physical damage only.

This symbol signifies what must not be done.

This symbol signifies General Mandatory Action.

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WARNINGS
Connect the scanner and Ground with each other surely with the grounding wire. Otherwise, it is dangerous for you if you receive an electric shock or at the time of lightning. If the outlet does not have a Grounding Terminal or if it is impossible to connect, call the vendor or service professional for the installation. 1. Power source should be rated from 100V to 240V plus or minus 10%, more than 6A and 50/60Hz. 2. It is preferable that the used power circuit is provided with a dedicated breaker. 3. Install the machine as close as possible to the outlet. 4. When you wish to move the machine to another place, make sure to ask your service engineer. 1. Do not use a multi-wiring connector that might raise the temperature of the outlet abnormally and cause a fire. 2. Do not put anything heavy on the power cord. It may cause a fire or receiving an electric shock. 3. Do not step on the power cord, and do not damage or process it. It may also cause a fire or receiving an electric shock. 4. Do not tie the power cord or make a knot on it. It may also cause a fire or receiving an electric shock. 5. Do not put a flower vase, a flowerpot or a water-filled glass on the top of the machine. If the water spilt out, it may also cause a fire or receiving an electric shock. 1. If the machine generates abnormal smell or noise, turn it off and then disconnect the power plug from the outlet necessarily. 2. Do not handle the power plug with the wet hand positively. It may cause to receive an electric shock. 3. Insert the power plug into the outlet completely. If the power plug is not inserted completely, it may cause a fire. 4. Use only the attached power cord. Make sure to catch the Plug when you unplug the machine. Otherwise, you may break the cord and may result in a fire or receiving an electric shock.

Do not disassemble or tamper the machine. Otherwise, it may cause a fire or receiving an electric shock.

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CAUTIONS
Do not install the machine at the following places. 1. Humidified or dusty place. 2. Unstable floor. When the machine comes down, it may cause the injury. Be careful not to catch your hand between Upper Unit and Main Unit when you close the Upper Unit.

1. Unplug the machine before you move it to another place. Otherwise, the power cord may be damaged and may result in a fire or receiving an electric shock. 2. If nobody operates the scanner in the night time, make sure to turn it off for the safety. 3. If nobody operates the machine for a long time during consecutive holidays, make sure to turn it off for the safety. 4. Nothing should be put near the power plug so as to disconnect it quickly anytime.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Before Use
1.1 Required Conditions for the Installation Place Page 1- 1 1- 2 1- 2 1- 2 1- 2 1- 3 1- 4 1- 5 1- 5 1- 5 1- 6 1- 7 1- 7 1- 9 1-12 1-13 1.2 Originals Prohibited to Copy 1.2.1 Prohibited items by the law 1.2.2 Special items to be cared 1.2.3 Items protected by the copyright 1.3 1.4 Features Specifications

1.5 Name of Each Part and Its Function 1.5.1 Front view 1.5.2 Rear view 1.5.3 Operation Panel 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Power Indicator and Ready Indicator Warning Indications How to Operate the LCD Difference of Action at the Time of Memory Full

1.10 Scan Mode

Chapter 2 Simple Copying


2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Turning on the Scanner Applicable Original Explanation for Copy Job Setting the Original to the Scanner Copying by the Roll Media Feeding Copying by the Sheet Media Feeding Pre-scan Page 2- 1 2- 3 2- 4 2- 6 2- 8 2-11 2-15 2-17 2-17 2-18 2-19

2.8 Treatment against Roll Empty during Copying 2.8.1 Another Roll Deck has same roll media 2.8.2 No Roll Deck has same roll media 2.9 Turning off the Scanner

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Chapter 3 Operation
3.1 Introduction Page 3- 1 3- 2 3- 5 3- 6 3- 7 3- 7 3-10 3-11 3-11 3-15 3-17 3-17 3-19 3-22 3-27 3-28 3-28 3-31 3-33 3-35 3-37 3-38 3-40 3-44 3-45 3-47 3-51 3-54 3-56 3-58 3-60 3-62 3-64 3-66 3-67 3-68 3-71 3-73 3-79 3-80 3-82 3-84 3-85 3-90 3-91 3-92 3-95 3-96 3.2 Basic Screen 3.2.1 Copy Count setting (Number of copies) 3.3 Copying Media Settings 3.3.1 Roll media feeding A. Automatic roll selection (Auto Paper Mode) B. Manual roll selection 3.3.2 Sheet media feeding A. Automatic sheet size selection (Auto Sheet Size Mode) B. Manual sheet size selection 3.3.3 Cut Modes A. Synchro Cut B. Standard Cut 3.3.4 Divide Mode 3.4 Zoom Settings 3.4.1 Auto Zoom Mode A. In case of the roll media feeding B. In case of the sheet media feeding 3.4.2 Standard Zoom Ratio 3.4.3 % Mode (Direct selection of percentage) 3.4.5 Media Size Mode (Ratio between original size and media size) 3.4.6 Zoom Program Mode 3.4.7 XY Zoom Mode 3.5 Image Quality Settings 3.5.1 Selecting originals image type 3.5.2 Background Mode 3.5.3 Despeckle Mode 3.5.4 Threshold A. Function of Threshold Level in the Line Mode B. Function of Threshold Level in the Line/Photo Mode C. Function of Threshold Level in the Photo Mode Sharpness Density

3.5.5 3.5.6

3.6 Function Settings 3.6.1 Shift and Centering A. Shift B. Centering 3.6.2 Leading Edge and Trailing Edge 3.6.3 Folder Setting 3.6.4 Mirror Image Mode 3.6.5 Negative Image Mode 3.7 Date Stamp Settings 3.7.1 How to print the Date Stamp 3.7.2 Main position of Date Stamp 3.7.3 Rotation of Date Stamp 3.7.4 Horizontal shift and vertical shift of Date Stamp 3.7.5 Order of date and time 3.7.6 Type of Date Stamp

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3.8 Set Copy Mode 3.8.1 Explanation for Set Copt Job 3.8.2 Set Copy in the Layout Mode 3.8.3 Set Copy in the Sort Mode 3.8.4 Concurrent Print Mode (Check Set) 3.9 Mode Memory 3.9.1 Calling the Mode Memory 3.10 Menu Settings 3.10.1 Original 3.10.2 Edit Function A. Re-edit B. Delete C. Insert D. Replace E. All Cancel 3.10.3 Setting A. How to register the setting B. Register Zoom Ratio C. Original Format D. Auto Start E. Standard Mode F. Mode Memory (Creation and deletion of Mode Memory) G. Memory H. Date / Time I. SCSI 3.10.4 Command A. Initial Cut B. Wire Cleaning C. Information 3.11 Reference Screen 3.12 Power Save Function 3.13 Scanner Power Save 3.14 Auto Reset Function 3.15 Interrupt Mode 3.16 Reset 3.17 Re-copy 3.18 Sample Copy 3.19 Rotate Mode

3-98 3-100 3-102 3-112 3-120 3-121 3-122 3-124 3-125 3-129 3-131 3-133 3-135 3-138 3-141 3-142 3-143 3-145 3-148 3-149 3-151 3-157 3-161 3-163 3-165 3-167 3-168 3-170 3-171 3-173 3-176 3-178 3-179 3-180 3-181 3-182 3-184 3-185

Chapter 4 Error Indications and Treatments


4.1 Error Message and Treatments Page 4-1

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Chapter 5 Maintenance and Adjustments


5.1 Usual Maintenance Page 5- 1 5- 4 5- 4 5- 6 5- 9 5.2 LCD Adjustments 5.2.1 LCD contrast adjustment 5.2.2 Touch panel positioning 5.3 Pin Layout and Rating of Interface Connector

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Chapter 1 Before Use

1.1

Required Conditions for the Installation Place

Page 1- 1 1- 2 1- 2 1- 2 1- 2 1- 3 1- 4 1- 5 1- 5 1- 5 1- 6 1- 7 1- 7 1- 9 1-12 1-13

1.2 Originals Prohibited to Copy 1.2.1 Prohibited items by the law 1.2.2 Special items to be cared 1.2.3 Items protected by the copyright 1.3 1.4 Features Specifications

1.5 Name of Each Part and Its Function 1.5.1 Front view 1.5.2 Rear view 1.5.3 Operation Panel 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Power Indicator and Ready Indicator Warning Indications How to Operate the LCD Difference of Action at the Time of Memory Full

1.10 Scan Mode


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Required Conditions for the Installation Place

Following conditions have to be satisfied. 1. The power source should be rated from 100V to 240V plus or minus 10%, more than 6A and 50 or 60Hz. Scanners voltage condition is automatically corresponded to the voltage of outlet (from 100V to 240V) if only you connect the power plug. 2. Make sure to connect the power plug to the outlet that is provided with the Ground Terminal. The outlet must be corresponded to 3 pins power plug. 3. To completely disconnect the equipment from the power source, please draw the power plug from the outlet. The outlet must be easily accessible near the equipment. 4. The temperature must be within the range from 10 to 32.5 degrees centigrade, and the humidity must be from 20% to 80%. 5. Prevent the equipment from fire, dust and direct sunlight. If it is impossible to avoid the direct sunlight, please pull the curtain to intercept the sunlight. 6. Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3. GSGV January 18, 1991 : The maximum sound pressure level is equal or less than 70dB (A) according to ISO 7779. 7. The floor must be enough strong to withstand machines weight. 8. Keep enough space around the machine as follows. Note : Parenthesized numbers are required space to scan the original of 0.12mm or thicker.

160cm or more

60cm or more

60cm or more

100cm (200cm) or more

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Originals Prohibited to Copy

It is not necessarily allowed to copy every kind of original. You may be punished by the law if only you possess the copy of some kind of original. We recommend you to consider enough before you copy such original.

1.2.1

Prohibited items by the law

1. It is not allowed to copy Currency (Bill, Money, Bank Note, etc.), Government issued Negotiable Instruments (National Bonds, Security, Local Debt Bonds, etc.). 2. It is not allowed to copy Foreign Currency or Foreign Negotiable Instruments. 3. It is not allowed to copy unused postal stamps or government postcards without permission to make replica from Government, 4. It is not allowed to copy Government issued revenue stamps, certificate stamps which are prescribed by Liquor Tax Act or the Commodity Tax Act.

1.2.2

Special items to be cared

1. It is warned by the government to copy private issued securities (stock certificate, draft, check, goods ticket, etc.), commutation ticket or book of tickets, excluding that some specific company copies such originals as many as it requires for its own business. 2. We recommend you not to copy freely such originals as government issued passport, public or private issued licenses, automobile inspection certification, Ids and tickets like pass or meal. Reference Law Regulations to control fake currency and bond. Prohibited items to copy Currency (Bill, Money, Bank Note, etc.), Government issued Negotiable Instruments (National Bonds, Security, Local Debt Bonds, etc.) Foreign Currency or Foreign Negotiable Instruments Unused postal stamps or government postcards Government issued revenue stamps, and certificate stamps prescribed by Liquor Tax Act or Commodity Tax Act Private issued securities (stock, draft, check, goods ticket, etc.), commutation or book tickets

Control Law against Forged & faked Foreign Currency, Bill, Bank Note and Bond Forged postal stamps control law Forged revenue stamps control law

Currency similarity securities Control Law

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Items protected by the copyright

It is prohibited to copy such originals as book, music, paintings, printed copy, maps, drawings, movie and pictures which are protected by the copyright, except for personnel or family use or similar purpose.

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Features

An image scanner for a large original K-75 series is available to scan 36 inches wide original in maximum. The scanning speed is any of 50.95mm (per a second), 80mm, 120mm and 160mm. When you connect the K-75 series with such digital printers as KIP1230E, KIP2720E, KIP3620E, and KIP9010, they will work as a digital copier. The following are combination of scanner and printer in same speed. Scanner KIP2050 KIP2080 KIP2120 KIP2160 Printer Speed 50.95mm/sec. KIP2720E 80mm/sec. KIP3620E and KIP1230E 120mm/sec. KIP9010 160mm/sec.

Fine quality of image scanning 400 dpi scanner head is used. Scanned images such as letters and diagrams are copied clearly with fine quality. Level of reading density (Threshold Level) is adjustable. Since K-75 series has 17 Threshold Levels, it is possible to select the best level for reading originals image. It is also possible to select the Threshold Level by automatic selection. Scanned image is compensated by the loaded software. Halftone images are expressed in the pseudo gray scale by this software. Reduction, enlargement and multiple sheets of copying Since the memory is installed, it is possible to adjust the zoom ratio from 25.0% to 400.0% in 0.1% increment. Also it is possible to do a multiple sheets of copying up to 999 sheets for one original at one time. Abundant interface function Parallel Terminals are provided for printers output and computers input and output. Space and energy saving design K-75 series is formed as a compact desktop type with a rationalized design. Therefore, it is possible to install it in a small space in the office. K-75 series has Power Save Modes so as not to consume so much power when no operation is done. Storing multiple Copy Jobs to the memory (Pre-scan) Even if the connected printer is not ready, it is possible to scan originals and store the scanned image data in the memory as Copy Jobs if memory capacity allows. Other functions (1) Image shift (Horizontal shift : Shift and Centering) (Vertical shift : Leading Edge and Trailing Edge) (2) Automatic original size detection (3) Set Copy Mode (4) Date Stamp Mode (5) Mirror Image Mode (6) Negative Image Mode (7) Auto Zoom Mode (8) Auto Paper Mode

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Specifications
Model Scanning method Reading sensor Light source Maximum reading width Reading speed KIP2050, KIP2080, KIP2120 or KIP2160 Sheet through type Silicone-CCD Cold Cathode Ray Tube 914.4mm KIP2050 : 50.95mm (per a second) KIP2080 : 80mm KIP2120 : 120mm KIP2160 : 160mm 400DPI Line, Line/Photo and Photo KIP IF- 8 (For printer) RS232C SCSI-2 (Option) From 64MB (standard) to 320MB (option) 190W Temperature From 10 to 32.5 degrees centigrade Humidity From 20% to 80% (No dew) Less than 60db 1,368mm (Width) x 489mm (Depth) x 266mm (Height) About 76kg Voltage From 100 to 240V plus or minus 10% Note : Scanners voltage condition is automatically corresponded to the voltage of outlet (from 100V to 240V) if only you connect the power plug. Frequency 50 or 60Hz 0.05mm to 1.6mm (50g to 120g/centare) Note : When you scan an original which is thicker than 0.12mm, make sure to select 50% or larger zoom ratio.

Resolution Tone Interface Memory capacity Power consumption Environmental conditions

Acoustic noise Outer dimension Weight Power source

Original thickness

Note : We may change these specifications without noticing to you.

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1.5
1.5.1

Name of Each Part and Its Function


Front view
Lever
Pull up the Lever to unlock and open the Upper Unit.

Operation Panel Original Table

Trays

Power Switch Original Receivers

Original Guide
Move the original along the Original Guide to avoid original's skewing.

1.5.2

Rear view

Ground SCSI
(Option)

Interface 8

RS232C

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1.5.3

Operation Panel
26 25 24 2322 21 20 19

PO ER W SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

CONCU RREN T

SET CO PY

RE C OPY

PR T IN

18 17

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

STOP/ EJECT

16

MENU

BASIC SCR EEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IM AGE QU ALITY

START

REFER ENC E

MOD M ORY E EM

FU NCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOU T/SO RT

7
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

9 10

11 12

13

14

15

Menu Key Reference Key Basic Screen Key Mode Memory Key Paper Key Function Key Zoom Key Date Stamp Key Image Quality Key Layout/Sort Key +/R Key -/L Key Ten Keys Clear Key Start Key Stop/Eject Key Sample Key Re-copy Key Rotate Key Auto Paper Key Reset Key Concurrent Print Key Interrupt Key Power Save Key Set Copy Key Auto Zoom Key

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Power Indicator and Ready Indicator


The Power Indicator lights up with green when you turn on the machine.

Power Indicator

Ready Indicator The Ready Indicator blinks when the printer is warming up (not ready). It lights up when the printer gets ready for copying. It is put out when some error occurs on either scanner or printer.

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Warning Indications
The Roll End Indicator lights up with red when the selected roll media is emptied. Making reference to printers manual, load a new roll media to the Roll Deck.

Roll Empty Indicator

Toner Low Indicator The Toner Low Indicator lights up with red when the printer has used up all toner. Making reference to printers manual, supply the toner to the printer.

Web Empty Indicator The Web Empty Indicator blinks with red when the Web in the printer is emptied. Call your service engineer to make him/her replace the Web when this indicator blinks. If the connected printer is not equipped with the Web, the Web Empty Indicator does not work.

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Error Indicator The Error Indicator lights up with red when the printer has some error. Some Error Message is indicated on the LCD at this time as the following figure. Refer to "Error Message and Treatments" on page 4-1.

Upper unit is open


Paper Zoom

0%

001

Image Quality Line Background

Error Message

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0%

[Threshold] Auto

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

Mis-feed Indicator The Mis-feed Indicator lights up with red at the time of media mis-feed in the printer. Remove the copying media making reference to printers manual. Waste Toner Full Indicator The Waste Toner Full Indicator lights up with red when the Waste Toner Bottle of the printer is filled with the toner. Making reference to printers manual, replace the bottle with the new one. If the printer is not equipped with the sensor to detect the quantity of toner in the bottle, the Waste Toner Full Indicator does not work.

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How to Operate the LCD

If you push some of keys (A) below the LCD, the corresponding setting screen is indicated on the LCD. If you push the Paper Key (B), for example, the Paper Setting Screen is indicated which concerns to the settings of copying media as the following right figure.

P W R O E S AV E

0%001
Roll Cut Mode Synchro Standard Size 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Plain Paper 3:24" Plain Paper 4:18" Plain Paper Divide

SE C P T O Y

A
AUTO ZOOM

48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

12" 11" 9" 8.5"

MEN U

BASIC SC REEN

PAPER

ZOO M

IM G Q A ITY A E U L

/R /L

Bypass

REFERENCE

M DE ME O MO RY

FU NC TIO N

DATE STAMP

LAYO UT/SO RT

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

Several setting items are indicated in each setting screen. Settings are done pressing the setting item. The following are examples for operation. 1. When you have some selectable items as Roll in the Paper Setting Screen, it is possible to choose one of them pressing it. If the item is selected, it is colored showing it is valid now. Example : You press [3 : 24 Plain Paper].
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

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2. If the setting value is indicated in the setting screen and its frame is thick, it is possible to change that setting value. If some setting values are indicated as the following Zoom Setting Screen and you wish to change one of them, press the setting value that you will change in order to make its frame thick. Example : You press 7.0 to make it possible to change.
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
10.0"

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
10.0" 7.0"

0% Copy

001

Copy
7.0"

70.0%

70.0%

XY Zoom

XY Zoom

3. If , , and are indicated in the setting screen, it is possible to increase or decrease the framed setting value pressing them. Example : You change the zoom ratio from 100.0% to 99.0% pressing
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0%

.
0%

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
99.0%

001

Program

Program

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

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4. Some setting screen such as Layout/Sort Setting Screen has a subordinate setting screen. If you press Back, it is possible to go back to the precedent screen.
0% Print (Layout)

001
Scan Print(Sort)

0%

001
d.

Scan 1 2 3 4

a.
1 2 3 4

b.
1 2 3 4

c.
1

a.
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3

b.
3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1

c.
1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1

1 2 3 4

2 3

Sort

Back

0% Scan Print(Sort)

001
Scan

0% Print (Layout)

001

a.
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3

b.
3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1

c.
1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

d.
3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1

1 2 3 4

a.
1 2 3 4

b.
1 2 3 4

c.
1 2 3 4

Back

Sort

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Difference of Action at the Time of Memory Full

It is possible to connect the K-75 series with each digital printer KIP1230E, KIP2720E, KIP3620E and KIP9010 The machine acts differently at the time of Memory Full depending whether or not speeds of scanner and printer are same with each other, whether or not the printer is ready at the time you scan the original, or whether or not the former Copy Job exists in the memory at the time you scan the original. Combinations of same speed are as follows. KIP2050 KIP2080 KIP2120 KIP2160 Action 1 This action is done in the following cases. (1) When speeds of scanner and printer are different from each other as you connect KIP2050 (50.95mm/second) to KIP2720E (80mm/second). (2) Some Copy Job has already existed in the memory when you start copying although speeds of scanner and printer are same with each other. (3) The printer has not warmed up yet (not ready) when you start copying although speeds of scanner and printer are same with each other. If you scan the original, the scanner stores its all image data in the memory, and then it is sent to the printer and is printed out. If the memory is fully occupied with the image data before scanning all image of the original, no more image is stored in the memory. The original is normally transported but no copy is printed out. If you push the Re-copy Key, only the image data that could have been stored in the memory is printed out. Action 2 This action is done when speeds of scanner and printer are same with each other, no Copy Job exists in the memory and the printer gets ready for copying (already warmed up). However, the machine acts as the above Action 1 if you use the following functions. (1) Set Copy (2) Rotate Mode (3) Trailing Edge (4) Date Stamp on either left rear or right rear If you scan the original, the scanner stores the image data in the memory while printing it out from the printer at the same time. If the memory is fully occupied with the image data (Memory Full) before scanning all image of the original, no more image data is stored in the memory but scanning is continued and only 1 sheet of complete copy is printed out. If you re-copy the scanned image or when the second copy and later ones are printed out, however, only the image data that could have been stored in the memory is printed out. (50.95mm per a second) KIP2720E (80mm) KIP3620E or KIP1230E (120mm) KIP9010 (160mm)

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[Function]

Scan Mode

Scan Mode is a mode to send the scanned image data to the computer. We have a scanning software Kip Scan Client which is corresponded to the scanner K-75 series. Also it is available to use another scanning software. As for the operation, please refer to the corresponding users manual. Note : You have to connect the scanner with the computer and several devices by the SCSI Cable if you wish to use the Scan Mode. As for the settings for SCSI, refer to SCSI on the page 3-165.

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Chapter 2 Simple Copying

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7

Turning on the Scanner Applicable Original Explanation for Copy Job Setting the Original to the Scanner Copying by the Roll Media Feeding Copying by the Sheet Media Feeding Pre-scan

Page 2- 1 2- 3 2- 4 2- 6 2- 8 2-11 2-15 2-17 2-17 2-18 2-19

2.8 Treatment against Roll Empty during Copying 2.8.1 Another Roll Deck has same roll media 2.8.2 No Roll Deck has same roll media 2.9 Turning off the Scanner

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Turning on the Scanner

1) Make sure to connect the power plug to the outlet firmly.

WARNINGS

1. Do not handle the power plug with wet hand since it will cause to receive an electric shock. 2. Make sure to connect the machine to the ground. If a leak occurs while it is not connected to the ground, it will cause a fire or to receive an electric shock.

2) Push the bar | side of the Power Switch to turn on the Scanner. The Power Indicator lights up. If the Power Indicator does not light up, check whether or not the power plug is firmly inserted to the outlet. Also, turn on the connected printer. Power Indicator

POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4

8 5

9 6

3) Please wait is indicated on the LCD until the scanner gets ready.
Please wait

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4) When the scanner gets ready, the LCD indicates the Basic Screen as the following figure. All settings are in default conditions at this time. If the printer is not ready for copying although the scanner has been ready, the Ready indicator blinks. When the connected printer gets ready, the Ready Indicator stops blinking but lights up.

0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

001

Ready Indicator

Image Quality Line Background

[Threshold] Auto

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

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2.2

Applicable Original

The scanned original must satisfy the following requirements. 1. Thickness is from 0.05mm to 1.6mm. (50g to 120g/centare) 2. Width is from 210mm to 940mm. 3. Length is from 210mm to 16,000mm. Note : When you scan an original which is thicker than 0.12mm, make sure to select 50% or larger zoom ratio. Do not scan the following kinds of original that may harm the scanner. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Too thick or too thin original Too large or too small original Pasted original Damaged or torn original Folded original Extremely curled original Original in irregular shape (Only square original is available) Original of which ink is not dried Original made of metal or cloth Double original Clipped or stapled original Original which is not smooth (A carbon paper for example) Original having the hole

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2.3

Explanation for Copy Job

There are 2 kinds of jobs such as Copy Job and Set Copy Job. The Copy Job consists of the image data of one original. The Set Copy Job consists of image data of some sheets of original. This section explains only Copy Job. As for the Set Copy Job, refer to Explanation for Set Copy Job on the page 3-100. When you scan the original, its image data and the information of decided settings such as Copy Count are stored in the memory as 1 Copy Job. Then, the image data is printed out from the printer obeying the decided settings.
Original Memory
KIP Image Scanner

Copies

KIP
Image Scanner

X3

Copy Job

Image Scanner Image Scanner Scanner

KIP KIP Image KIP

Even if the printer is printing out the former Copy Job (Copy Job A in the figure), it is possible to put several Copy Jobs (Copy Jobs B, C and D in the figure) into the memory by scanning next originals successively. These Copy Jobs are not printed out until the former one is printed out completely.
Original B Original C Original D

X5

X3

X5

X2

Copy Job A (On printing)

Copy Job B (Waiting)

Copy Job C (Waiting)

Copy Job D (Waiting)

Memory

AA AA A
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When the printer has finished to print out the Copy Job A, it starts printing out the next Copy Job B.

X3

C
Memory

X5

X2

Copy Job B (On printing)

Copy Job C (Waiting)

Copy Job D (Waiting)

AA AA A
[Maximum storable number of Copy Jobs]

BB B

If you scan originals successively, it is possible to store 99 sheets of originals (99 Copy Jobs) in maximum.
Original 2 Original 3 Original 4 Original 99

99

X 5

X 3

x 5

X 2

99 X 5
Copy Job 99 Waiting

Copy Job 1 On printing

Copy Job 2 Waiting

Copy Job 3 Waiting

Copy Job 4 Waiting

Memory

1 1 1 1 1
Note : In the Reference Screen, it is possible to know how many Copy Jobs exist in the memory at present. As for the Reference Screen, refer to Reference Screen on the page 3-173.
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2.4

Setting the Original to the Scanner

1) There are marking lines for original size on the Original Table. Move the Original Guide to the required size mark according to the width of scanned original.

2) Push in the original with face down under the Upper Unit along the Original Guide until the leading edge touches the Original Feeding Roller. The original is a little carried to the leading edge side, and then is stopped. The LED lamp of the Start Key lights up with green.

STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/L

LED lamp of Start Key 3) LCD indicates the size of inserted original.
Original:24" Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom

0%

001

Image Quality Line Background

Size of original

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(Reference) The scanner decides originals size by detecting its width. Display of original size 36 34 30 24 22 18 17 12 11 8.5 Original width (Inch) 36 34 30 24 22 18 17 12 11 8.5

(Reference) It is possible to change the displayed original size with another one manually. As for the detail, refer to Original on the page 3-125.

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2.5

Copying by the Roll Media Feeding

You have 2 ways to select the roll media that you use for copying. One is automatic roll selection and another is manual roll selection. We will introduce the way of copying by the manual roll selection here since it is simpler than automatic roll selection. As for the automatic roll selection, refer to Automatic roll selection (Auto Paper Mode) on the page 3-7. 1) Confirm the Ready Indicator is lighting up.
0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

2) Set the original to the scanner. LED lamp of the Start Key lights up with green.
7 8 9
STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/L

3) Push the Paper Key. LED lamp of the Paper Key lights up. LCD indicates the following Paper Setting Screen.
Original:24" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key)

(Paper Setting Screen)

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4) There are sources of copying media (Roll Numbers from 1 to 4 and Bypass) under Roll of the Paper Setting Screen. Both size and material of roll media are shown for each Roll Number. Press any of Roll Number according to your requirement. The selected Roll Number is colored showing that it is valid now.
Original:24" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide 0% Size 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

Original:24" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34"

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

5) Change several settings such as zoom ratio, cutting size and Copy Count as you like. As for the way to change these settings, refer to the corresponding page in the chapter 3. 6) When you have finished to change and decide all settings, push the Basic Screen Key to go back to the Basic Screen. LED lamp of the Basic Screen Key lights up and LCD indicates the Basic Screen showing the contents of your setting.
Original:24" Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

0% Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background

3:24" Film Synchro 100.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

[Threshold] Auto

(Basic Screen Key)

(Basic Screen)

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7) Push the Start Key. The scanner starts carrying the original to scan it. LED lamp of the Start Key lights up with yellow during scanning, and it is put out after scanning. Note : Right after starting to copy pushing the Start Key, sometimes the original is carried back to the trailing edge side, and then carried to the leading edge side again. This action is not error.

STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/L

(Reference) It is possible to quit scanning or multiple sheets of printing pushing the Stop/Eject Key. If you push it, its LED lamp lights up with yellow. There are 3 cases mainly to push it. (a) If you push the Stop/Eject Key during scanning, the scanner stops scanning in the middle and the original is stayed. (b) If you push the Stop/Eject Key when the original is stayed in the scanner (including the setting position), the scanner ejects the original.

STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/L

(c) If you push the Stop/Eject Key during multiple sheets of printing (Scanner has finished scanning.), the printer stops printing although required copies have not been printed out yet. Note : If you push the Stop/Eject Key to stop printing when some Copy Jobs are stored in the memory, the printer stops printing out the Copy Job now on printing and starts printing out the next Copy Job. If you press and hold the Stop/Eject Key for 5 seconds, however, all Copy Jobs are deleted from the memory and no more copy is printed out.
Memory Memory

A
Copy Job A (On printing)

B
Copy Job B (Waiting)

C
Copy Job C (Waiting)

B
Copy Job B (On printing)

C
Copy Job C (Waiting)

STOP/ EJECT

AA AA A
These 2 copies have not been printed out yet.

Stop/Eject Key is pushed.

BB BB B

AA A
Copy Job A has been finished in the middle.

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2.6

Copying by the Sheet Media Feeding

When you do copying by the sheet media feeding, it is needed to decide sheet size setting and material setting according to the used sheet media. There are 2 ways to decide the sheet size such as automatic sheet size selection and manual sheet size selection. We will introduce the way of copying by the manual sheet size selection here since it is simpler than automatic sheet size selection. As for the automatic sheet size selection, refer to Automatic sheet size selection (Auto Sheet Size Mode) on the page 3-11. 1) Confirm the Ready Indicator is lighting up.
0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

2) Push the Paper Key. LED lamp of the Paper Key lights up. LCD indicates the following Paper Setting Screen.
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key)

(Paper Setting Screen)

3) Press Bypass under Roll to select the sheet media feeding mode. Bypass is colored, and both Size and Media are indicated on the LCD instead of Cut Mode and Size.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

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4) If Auto below Size is validated, press it to cancel.


0% Media 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

001
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

Plain Paper Vellum Film

5) Change both sheet size setting and material setting according to the sheet media you will use. Note : The Ready Indicator blinks if you change the material setting then push the Start Key to start copying. This is because the printer is changing the fusing temperature according to the selected material setting since the proper temperature is different among plain paper, vellum and film. It is possible to scan the original even if the Ready Indicator is blinking. However, the printer starts printing after it lights up. (Example : You will use 24 vellum sheet media.)
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5" 0% Media

001
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

Plain Paper Vellum Film

6) Set the original to the scanner. LED lamp of the Start Key lights up with green.
7 8 9
STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/L

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7) Change several settings such as zoom ratio, cutting size and Copy Count as you like. As for the way to change these settings, refer to the corresponding page in the chapter 3. 8) When you have finished to change and decide all settings, push the Basic Screen Key to go back to the Basic Screen. LED lamp of the Basic Screen Key lights up and LCD indicates the Basic Screen showing the contents of your setting.
Original:24" Copy:24" Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

0%

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

Bypass Vellum 100.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

[Threshold] 24" Auto

(Basic Screen Key) 9) It is possible to start copying pushing the Start Key. You have to set the sheet media to the printer if you do copying in the sheet media feeding. Since the timing to set is decided whether or not speeds of scanner and printer are same, refer to Setting the sheet media to the printer on the next page.
7

(Basic Screen)

STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/L

(Reference) It is possible to quit scanning or multiple sheets of printing pushing the Stop/Eject Key. As for the detail, refer to the page 2-10. Note : Right after starting to copy pushing the Start Key, sometimes the original is carried back to the trailing edge side, and then carried to the leading edge side again. This action is not error.

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[Setting the sheet media to the printer] 1. If scanners speed and printers one are same, the LCD indicates Set a sheet on the printer when you set the original to the scanner. So, set the media to the printer, and then push the Start Key. Both original and sheet media are transported at the same time and copying is started.
Set a sheet on the printer Paper Bypass Vellum 70.7% [Threshold] 24" Auto Zoom 0%

001

Image Quality Line Background

2. If scanners speed and printers one are different, set the original to the scanner and then push the Start Key to scan it. The LCD indicates Set a sheet on the printer after scanning. If you set the media to the printer, it is automatically transported and copying is started.

(Note) If the size of used sheet media is different from the sheet size setting, the copy will not be printed successfully but be as follows. 1. When you use a larger (wider) sheet media than the sheet size setting, white margins will provided to both sides of the copy. (Result of copy)
Original Copy

KIP

KIP

Margin

Margin

2. When you use a smaller (narrower) sheet media than the sheet size setting, only the central image of original will be copied. (Result of copy)
Original Copy

KIP

IP

Lost image

Lost image

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2.7
[Function]

Pre-scan

Even if the printer is not ready for copying, it is possible to scan the original in advance. The image data of the original is stored and kept in the memory as Copy Job until the printer gets ready. When the printer gets ready, it is sent to the printer and is printed out. [How to do pre-scan] 1) Push the bar | side of the Power Switch to turn on the Scanner. The Power Indicator lights up. Also, turn on the connected printer.

POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4

8 5

9 6

2) Please wait is indicated on the LCD until the scanner gets ready.
Please wait

3) When the scanner gets ready, the LCD indicates the Basic Screen as the right figure. If the printer is not ready for copying yet, the Ready Indicator blinks.

0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background

[Threshold] Auto

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

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4) Set the original to the scanner when the Ready Indicator is blinking, and then push the Start Key. The original is scanned as usual, but the copy is not printed out at present.

5) When the printer gets ready for copying, the Ready Indicator stops blinking but lights up and the scanned image is printed out automatically.

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2.8

Treatment against Roll Empty during Copying

When the roll media of the selected Roll Media has been emptied during multiple sheets of copying (including Set Copy), the rest of copies are printed out in different 2 ways whether or not another Roll Deck has roll media of same size and material.

2.8.1

Another Roll Deck has same roll media

If another Roll Deck has the roll media of same size and material, the scanner selects that Roll Deck automatically and continues copying. (If a short print is printed out at the time of Roll Empty, that page is not counted but is printed again.) Example : Printer has 2 pieces of 24 plain paper in second and third Roll Decks. Even if the roll media in the second Roll Deck has been emptied during printing, copying is continued using the roll media in the third Roll Deck since both size and material are same. LCD indication is automatically changed as follows.
Original:24" Paper 2:24" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom 34%

012

Original:24" Paper 3:24" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

34%

012

Image Quality Line Background

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

Memory

Memory

24" plain paper in the 2nd Roll Deck has been emptied during copying. Since the 3rd Roll Deck also has 24" plain paper, copying is continued using it.

Rest of 3 copies

3 1 2 "Roll empty" occurs during printing of this copy. 3 4 5

2 5 copies are printed out surely.

3 This copy is not counted. (Please dispose it.)


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2.8.2

No Roll Deck has same roll media

If the used roll media is emptied during a multiple sheets of copying (including Set Copy) and no Roll Deck has the same roll media, the LCD indicates such error message as Roll 1 is empty and the Roll Empty Indicator lights up. If the used roll media is emptied during a multiple sheets of copying (including set copy), the LCD indicates such error message as Roll 1 is empty and the Roll Empty Indicator lights up. Error message (Example : Roll 1 is empty)

Roll 1 is empty Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

0% 001 Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

Roll Empty Indicator

MENU

BASIC SC REEN

PAPER

ZO OM

IM AGE QUALITY

If you load a new roll media to the Roll Deck, the error message disappears, the Roll Empty Indicator is put out and the printer automatically restarts printing the rest of pages. All the rest of pages are surely printed out since Copy Jobs are stored in the memory and the machine recognizes how many prints have not been printed yet. (If a short print is printed out at the time of Roll Empty, that page is not counted but is printed again.)
Memory Memory

New roll media is loaded.

The rest of 3 pages

3 1 2 "Roll Empty" occurs during printing of this copy. 3 4 5

2 5 pages are printed out surely.

3 This copy is not counted. (Please dispose it.)


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2.9

Turning off the Scanner

1) Confirm that both original and copies have been ejected completely, and that the printer has stopped printing action. 2) Push the O side of the Power Switch to turn off the scanner.

3) LCD indicates no information and all LED lamps on the Operation Panel are put out.

0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background

[Threshold] Auto

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

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Chapter 3 Operations
3.1 Introduction Page 3- 1 3- 2 3- 5 3- 6 3- 7 3- 7 3-10 3-11 3-11 3-15 3-17 3-17 3-19 3-22 3-27 3-28 3-28 3-31 3-33 3-35 3-37 3-38 3-40 3-44 3-45 3-47 3-51 3-54 3-56 3-58 3-60 3-62 3-64 3-66 3-67 3-68 3-71 3-73 3-79 3-80 3-82

3.2 Basic Screen 3.2.1 Copy Count setting (Number of copies) 3.3 Copying Media Settings 3.3.1 Roll media feeding A. Automatic roll selection (Auto Paper Mode) B. Manual roll selection 3.3.2 Sheet media feeding A. Automatic sheet size selection (Auto Sheet Size Mode) B. Manual sheet size selection 3.3.3 Cut Modes A. Synchro Cut B. Standard Cut 3.3.4 Divide Mode 3.4 Zoom Settings 3.4.1 Auto Zoom Mode A. In case of the roll media feeding B. In case of the sheet media feeding 3.4.2 Standard Zoom Ratio 3.4.3 % Mode (Direct selection of percentage) 3.4.5 Media Size Mode (Ratio between original size and media size) 3.4.6 Zoom Program Mode 3.4.7 XY Zoom Mode 3.5 Image Quality Settings 3.5.1 Selecting originals image type 3.5.2 Background Mode 3.5.3 Despeckle Mode 3.5.4 Threshold A. Function of Threshold Level in the Line Mode B. Function of Threshold Level in the Line/Photo Mode C. Function of Threshold Level in the Photo Mode 3.5.5 Sharpness 3.5.6 Density 3.6 Function Settings 3.6.1 Shift and Centering A. Shift B. Centering 3.6.2 Leading Edge and Trailing Edge 3.6.3 Folder Setting 3.6.4 Mirror Image Mode 3.6.5 Negative Image Mode

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3.7 Date Stamp Settings 3.7.1 How to print the Date Stamp 3.7.2 Main position of Date Stamp 3.7.3 Rotation of Date Stamp 3.7.4 Horizontal shift and vertical shift of Date Stamp 3.7.5 Order of date and time 3.7.6 Type of Date Stamp 3.8 Set Copy Mode 3.8.1 Explanation for Set Copt Job 3.8.2 Set Copy in the Layout Mode 3.8.3 Set Copy in the Sort Mode 3.8.4 Concurrent Print Mode (Check Set) 3.9 Mode Memory 3.9.1 Calling the Mode Memory 3.10 Menu Settings 3.10.1 Original 3.10.2 Edit Function A. Re-edit B. Delete C. Insert D. Replace E. All Cancel 3.10.3 Setting A. How to register the setting B. Register Zoom Ratio C. Original Format D. Auto Start E. Standard Mode F. Mode Memory (Creation and deletion of Mode Memory) G. Memory H. Date / Time I. SCSI 3.10.4 Command A. Initial Cut B. Wire Cleaning C. Information 3.11 Reference Screen 3.12 Power Save Function 3.13 Scanner Power Save 3.14 Auto Reset Function 3.15 Interrupt Mode 3.16 Reset 3.17 Re-copy 3.18 Sample Copy 3.19 Rotate Mode

3-84 3-85 3-90 3-91 3-92 3-95 3-96 3-98 3-100 3-102 3-112 3-120 3-121 3-122 3-124 3-125 3-129 3-131 3-133 3-135 3-138 3-141 3-142 3-143 3-145 3-148 3-149 3-151 3-157 3-161 3-163 3-165 3-167 3-168 3-170 3-171 3-173 3-176 3-178 3-179 3-180 3-181 3-182 3-184 3-185

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3.1

Introduction

The Operation Panel can be divided into two parts such as LCD/Key Part and Key Part.

POWER SAVE

INTTERUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

7 4
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER ZOOM

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

STOP/ EJECT

IMAGE QUALITY

/R /L

1 0

START

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

LCD/Key Part

Key Part

In the LCD/Key Part, all settings are done using both LCD and keys below the LCD. Push some key below the LCD such as Paper Key and Zoom Key. If you do so, the corresponding setting screen such as Paper Setting Screen is indicated on the LCD. Then, change each setting by pressing the required setting item on the LCD. In the Key Part, all settings are done using only keys in that part.

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3.2
[Function]

Basic Screen

The Basic Screen indicates basic information for copying such as original size, copy size, Copy Count, copying media, zoom ratio and so on. The Basic Screen is indicated on the LCD firstly whenever you turn on the machine. It is possible to decide the Copy Count only in the Basic Screen. [How to indicate the Basic Screen] When the LCD is indicating another screen, push the Basic Screen Key. The LCD indicates Basic Screen and the LED lamp of the Basic Screen Key lights up.
0% Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

[Threshold] Auto

(Basic Screen Key) [Indicated information] 1. Memory usage (A) It is indicated in the Basic Screen as (A) how much percent of memory is occupied with the image data. (Example : 43% of memory is used.)

(Basic Screen)

A
Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

43%

001

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

2. Copy Count (B) (Example : 999 sheets of copy)


Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

0%

999

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

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3. Original size (C) (Example : 24 original)

Original:24" Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro

C
Zoom

0%

001

Image Quality Line Background

100.0% [Threshold] Auto

4. Sheet media size (D) (Example : 24 sheet media)

Original:24" Copy:24" Paper Bypass Plain Paper 100.0% Zoom

0%

001

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

24"

5. Function (E) If you validate some function in the Function Setting Screen, Function is indicated in the Basic Screen.

0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

Function

6. Date Stamp (F) When the Date Stamp Mode is selected, Date Stamp is indicated in the Basic Screen.

0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

Date Stamp

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7. Layout/Sort (G) When either Layout or Sort is done, Layout/Sort is indicated in the Basic Screen. (Note) If you select Layout a or Sort a, however, Layout/Sort is not indicated in the Basic Screen. As for the detail, refer to Set Copy Mode on the page 3-98.

0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

Layout/Sort

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3.2.1

Copy Count setting (Number of copies)

Decide the Copy Count in the following way. Note that it is possible to decide the Copy Count only in the Basic Screen. 1) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD.
0% Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

[Threshold] Auto

(Basic Screen Key) 2) Input the required Copy Count with Ten Keys. The inputted value is indicated in the Basic Screen. The maximum Copy Count is 999 copies. (Example : 12 copies are to be printed out.)
CONCURRENT

(Basic Screen)

0% Paper
ROTATE

012

SET COPY

PRINT

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0%

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

[Threshold] Auto

If you inputted a wrong number, push the Clear Key to clear it, and then input the correct number again.

SET COPY

CONCURREN T

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

(Reference) It is possible in the Reference Screen to check which copy is now on printing during a multiple sheets of copying. As for the detail, refer to Reference Screen on the page 3-173.
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3.3

Copying Media Settings

If you push the Paper Key below the LCD, the Paper Setting Screen is indicated on the LCD and it becomes possible to change and decide the following settings. The LED lamp of the Paper Key lights up when the LCD is indicating the Paper Setting Screen. 1. Setting for roll media feeding (a) Automatic roll selection (Auto Paper Mode) (b) Manual roll selection 2. Setting for sheet media feeding (a) Automatic sheet size selection (Auto Sheet Size Mode) (b) Manual sheet size selection 3. Setting for Cut Mode (a) Synchro Cut (b) Standard Cut 4. Setting for Divide Mode
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key)

(Paper Setting Screen)

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3.3.1

Roll media feeding

Since the printer has some pieces of roll media, you have to select one of them for copying by way of automatic roll selection or manual roll selection. Note : In case of the roll media feeding, it is impossible to decide the material setting (plain paper, vellum and film) and format setting (either Engineering and Architecture) on scanners side. These settings are done on printers side by moving the Selector Knob of each Material Selector and Size Selector, and the scanner just indicates the setting state of these selectors in the Paper Setting Screen. If you do not adjust these selectors properly, therefore, wrong information is indicated on the LCD. Make sure to adjust selectors properly making reference to printers manual. A. Automatic roll selection (Auto Paper Mode) [Function] If only you set the original to the scanner and decide the zoom ratio, the Auto Paper Mode automatically selects a roll media that matches the reduced or enlarged copy image size calculating from original size and zoom ratio. As for the way to decide the zoom ratio, refer to Zoom Settings on the page 3-27. [How to select roll media in the Auto Paper Mode] 1) Push the Auto Paper Key to enter the Auto Paper Mode. The LED lamp of the Auto Paper Key lights up showing that the Auto Paper Mode is valid now. Note : When the Auto Paper Mode is valid, both Auto Zoom Mode and Rotate Mode are always cancelled. It is impossible to use these modes with the Auto Paper Mode at the same time.
CONCURRENT CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C /R /L

7 4 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

2) Decide the zoom ratio making reference to Zoom Settings on the page 3-27.

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3) Set the original to the scanner. If the printer has a roll media that matches the reduced or enlarged copy image size, it is selected automatically.
Original:36" Paper 4:18" Plain Paper Synchro 50.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom 0%

001

Image Quality Line Background

Example : Since the original size is 36 and zoom ratio is 50.0%, 18 roll media is selected.

Note : If the printer has no roll media that matches the copy image size, the LCD indicates the error message There is no suitable roll. Change the zoom ratio properly so that the copy image size matches any of existent roll media, or load another roll media to the printer that matches the copy image size. It is possible to do copying ignoring the error message. However, some margin is provided to the copy or some image is lost from the copy because sizes of copy image and roll media are different from each other. (Error message)
There is no suitable roll Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 70.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom 0%

001

Image Quality Line Background

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[How to cancel the Auto Paper Mode] You have 2 ways to cancel the Auto Paper Mode. 1. Push the Auto Paper Key when its LED lamp is lighting up. The Auto Paper Mode is cancelled and the LED lamp is put out.

CONCURRENT

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C /R /L

7 4 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

2. It is also possible to cancel the Auto Paper Mode pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Auto Paper Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Auto Paper Mode pushing the Reset Key, Auto Paper : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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B. Manual roll selection [Operation] 1) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key)

(Paper Setting Screen)

2) Roll Numbers from 1 to 4 are indicated below Roll. Since both size and material of roll media in each Roll Deck are indicated, press your required Roll Number. The selected Roll Number is colored.
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

3) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD. The selected Roll Number, roll size and roll material are indicated in the Basic Screen. (Roll 3 is selected.)
0% Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

3:24" Film Synchro 100.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

[Threshold] Auto

(Basic Screen Key)

(Basic Screen)

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3.3.2

Sheet media feeding

If you do copying by the sheet media feeding, it is needed to decide both sheet size setting and material setting according to the used sheet media. The sheet size is decided by way of automatic sheet size selection or manual sheet size selection. A. Automatic sheet size selection (Auto Sheet Size Mode) [Function] If only you set the original to the scanner and decide the zoom ratio, the Auto Sheet Size Mode automatically requests the sheet size that is suitable for the reduced or enlarged image size calculating from originals size and zoom ratio. As for the way to decide the zoom ratio, refer to Zoom Settings on the page 3-27. [Operation] 1) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

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12" 11" 9" 8.5"

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key) 2) Press Bypass to select the sheet media feeding. The LCD indicates the menu of sheet sizes and materials.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

(Paper Setting Screen)

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

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3) If Auto is not selected, press Auto to enter the Auto Sheet Size Mode. Auto is colored when selected.
0% Media 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

001
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

Plain Paper Vellum Film

4) Press any of Plain Paper, Vellum and Film according to the used sheet media. The selected material is colored. Note : There may be the case that the Ready Indicator blinks right after you changed the material setting. This is because the printer is changing the fusing temperature according to the selected material setting since the proper temperature is different among plain paper, vellum and film. It is possible to do pre-scan even if the Ready Indicator is blinking. However, the printer starts printing when the indicator stops blinking.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5" 0% Media

001
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

Plain Paper Vellum Film

5) Set the original to the scanner.

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6) Decide the zoom ratio making reference to Zoom Settings on the page 3-27. Required sheet size is indicated automatically as [Copy : 18] calculating from original size and zoom ratio. (Required sheet size)
Original:36" Copy:18" Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
50.0%

0% Zoom

001

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

7) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD.
Original:36" Copy:18" Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

0%

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

Bypass Vellum 50.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

18"

[Threshold] Auto

(Basic Screen Key)

(Basic Screen)

8) Set the sheet media of the indicated size to the printer, and then start copying pushing the Start Key. (Note) If the size of used sheet media is different from the sheet size setting, the copy will not be printed successfully but be as follows. 1. When you use a larger (wider) sheet media than the sheet size setting, white margins will provided to both sides of the copy. (Result of copy)
Original Copy

KIP

KIP

Margin

Margin

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2. When you use a smaller (narrower) sheet media than the sheet size setting, only originals central image will be copied. (Result of copy)
Original Copy

KIP

IP

Lost image

Lost image

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B. Manual sheet size selection This way of selection is suitable when the sheet size is already decided. [Operation] 1) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key) 2) Press Bypass to select the sheet media feeding. The LCD indicates the menu of sheet sizes and materials.
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

(Paper Setting Screen)

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

3) If Auto is selected, press Auto to cancel it.


0% Media 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

001
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

Plain Paper Vellum Film

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4) Select same size and material with the used sheet media. Note : There may be the case that the Ready Indicator blinks right after you changed the material setting. This is because the printer is changing the fusing temperature according to the selected material setting since the proper temperature is different among plain paper, vellum and film. It is possible to pre-scan the original even if the Ready Indicator is blinking. However, the printer starts printing when the indicator stops blinking. (Example : 12 film sheet media is used for copying.)
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5" 0% Media

001
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

Plain Paper Vellum Film

5) Set the original to the scanner.

6) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD.
Original:24" Copy:12" Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

0%

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

Bypass film 50.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

12"

[Threshold] Auto

(Basic Screen Key)

(Basic Screen)

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3.3.3

Cut Modes

It is possible to select either Synchro Cut or Standard Cut in the Paper Setting Screen. These Cut Modes are effective only in the roll media feeding. A. Synchro Cut [Function] Roll media is cut as long as the Output Image Length. Synchro Cut is suitable when the original is not standard sized. It is also suitable when the selected zoom ratio is not Standard Zoom Ratios.
Copy Original Reduction (36" roll media is used.)

[Reference : Output Image Length] Scanner reads all images (including white area) of the original as the copying object. This copying object is reduced or enlarged according to the zoom setting, provided with leading/trailing margin (or leading/trailing image is deleted), and then outputted to the printer as the Output Image. Output Image Length means the vertical length (feeding direction) of Output Image. If you copy 48 x 36 original with 66.7% zoom ratio and Leading Edge +2.40 inches, for example, the roll media is cut in 38.40 inches long because the Output Image Length is 38.40 inches.
Result of copy in the Synchro Cut (24" roll media is used.) Leading Edge +2.40 inches

Original (48" x 36") Reduction 66.7%

Original length 48 inches

Output Image Length 36 inches

Output Image Length 38.40 inches

Cutting length 38.40 inches

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[How to select the Synchro Cut] 1) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key) 2) Press your required Roll Number.


Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

(Paper Setting Screen)

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

3) If Standard is selected being colored, press Synchro. The Synchro Cut is selected and Synchro is colored.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

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B. Standard Cut [Function] Roll media is cut in some length of standard size such as 36 inches and 22 inches. Standard Cut is suitable when you copy the original of standard size with Standard Zoom Ratios such as 133.3% and 66.7%. It is possible to select any of standard cut sizes 48, 44, 42, 36, 34, 30, 18, 17, 12, 11, 9 and 8.5 inches regardless of the width of selected roll media.
Copy 24" roll media is used. 18" is selected as the cutting length. 18 inches

Original (36" x 24")

24 inches

24 inches

Reduction with 66.7% zoom ratio 36 inches

Copy 24" roll media is used. 24" is selected as the cutting length.

24 inches

24 inches

Note : If you do the following kinds of copy in the Standard Cut, the copy will have an unnecessary margin, or some image is lost from the copy. 1. When you do copying with some zoom ratio other than Standard Zoom Ratios. 2. When the original is not standard sized. It is recommended to do copying in the Synchro Cut in these cases.
Copy 24" roll media is used. 18" is selected as the cutting length.

Original (24" x 36") Reduction with 60.0% zoom ratio

Original (Not standard sized) Copy with 100.0% zoom ratio

Copy 36" roll media is used. 24" is selected as the cutting length.

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[How to select the Standard Cut] 1) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key) 2) Press your required Roll Number.


Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

(Paper Setting Screen)

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

3) If Synchro is selected being colored, press Standard. The Standard Cut is selected and Standard is colored. Also, it becomes possible to select standard cut sizes since indicators are validated.
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

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4) Select any of standard cut sizes from 8.5 inches to 48 inches. The selected cut size is colored.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper Roll 2:30" Vellum Roll 3:24" Film Roll 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

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3.3.4

Divide Mode

[Function] The copy image of a long original can be divided and printed on some sheets of copying media. The roll media is cut in the length of standard size such as 22 inches and 36 inches. You can not select the Synchro Cut. Note : It is impossible to select the sheet media feeding in the Divide Mode.
Copies

Scanning direction

Standard cut size 1st copy

Overlap (Example:30mm)

2nd copy Long original

Margin 3rd copy

(Reference) Some part of image is shared by both former copy and latter one as Overlap in the above figure. The amount of overlap is changeable. Since the service engineer only can change the amount of overlap, call your service engineer when you wish to change it. [How to do copying in the Divide Mode] 1) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key)

(Paper Setting Screen)

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2) Press your required Roll Number.


0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

3) Press Divide to enter the Divide Mode. Both Standard and Divide are colored.
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

4) Select any of standard cut sizes from 8.5 inches to 48 inches. The selected cut size is colored.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

5) Set the original to the scanner, and then start copying pushing the Start Key. The copy image is printed on some sheets of copying media.

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[How to cancel the Divide Mode] You have 2 ways to cancel the Divide Mode. 1. Cancel the Divide Mode pressing Divide when it is colored.
0% Size 48" 44" 42" Divide 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Roll 12" 11" 9" 8.5" 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

2. It is also possible to cancel the Divide Mode pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Divide Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Divide Mode pushing the Reset Key, Divide : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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[References] 1. If you need some sets of divided copies, it is possible to sort them if you do Divide Copy with Set Copy Mode and Sort Mode as the following example 2. As for the way to do Set Copy in the Sort Mode, refer to Set Copy in the Sort Mode on the page 3-112. (Example 1 : Divide Copy is done with Copy Count 3.)
Original 1st
100 50 0 100 50 0

Order of copy 4th 7th

Scanning direction

Normal Divide Copy

2nd
100 50 0

5th

8th

(Example 2 : Divide Copy is done with Set Copy Mode, Sort Mode Sort a and Copy Count 3.)
Original 1st
100 50 0 0 100 50 0

3rd
100 50 0

6th

9th

Order of copy 4th


100 50 0

7th
100 50

Scanning direction Divide Copy with Set Copy Mode and Sort Mode

2nd

5th

8th

3rd

6th

9th

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2. If you do re-copying after you have done Divide Copy normally, only the last one (only 3rd copy in case of the following example) of divided copies are printed out again.
Original 1st
100 50 0 100 50 0

Scanning direction Divide Copy Re copy

3rd

2nd

If you do Divide Copy with Set Copy Mode even if the Copy Count is 1, however, it is possible to re-copy all pages from the 1st one to the last one.
Original 1st
100 50 0 0

C 0

B 50

3rd

1st
100 50

100

Scanning direction Divide Copy Re copy

2nd

2nd

3rd

3rd

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3.4

Zoom Settings

It is possible to change the zoom ratio within the range from 25.0% to 400.0%. If you push the Zoom Key below the LCD, the Zoom Setting Screen is indicated on the LCD and it becomes possible to change and decide the zoom ratio in any of the following modes. The LED lamp of the Zoom Key lights up when the LCD is indicating the Zoom Setting Screen. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Auto Zoom Mode Standard Zoom Ratio % Mode (Direct selection of percentage) Media Size Mode (Ratio between original size and media size) Zoom Program Mode XY Zoom Mode
0% Mode %
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Zoom

Media Size Zoom Program

100.0%

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

(Zoom Key)

(Zoom Setting Screen)

Note : The zoom setting works at the time of scanning in order to process the image data according to the selected zoom ratio before it is sent and stored in the memory. When you do re-copying, therefore, it is no use to change the zoom ratio because the image data has already been stored in the memory and the change of zoom setting you do is not applied to the re-copy image. Make sure to finish to change the zoom ratio before scanning.

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3.4.1

Auto Zoom Mode

[Function] If only you set the original to the scanner and decide the size of media, the Auto Zoom Mode automatically selects a proper zoom ratio so that the copy image matches the size of the media. A. In case of the roll media feeding [Operation] 1) Push the Auto Zoom Key to enter the Auto Zoom Mode. The LED lamp of the Auto Zoom Key lights up showing that the Auto Zoom Mode is valid now. Note : When the Auto Zoom Mode is valid, both Auto Paper Mode and Rotate Mode are always cancelled. It is impossible to use these modes with the Auto Zoom Mode at the same time.
CONCURRENT CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C /R /L

7 4 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

2) Set the original to the scanner. Its size is automatically detected by the scanner and is indicated on the LCD.
Original:36" Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom 0%

001

Image Quality Line Background

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3) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD, and then select your required roll media.
Original:36" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide 0% Size 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
12" 11" 9" 8.5"

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key)

(Paper Setting Screen)

4) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD. The Basic Screen indicates the zoom ratio that the Auto Zoom Mode selected. Example : Original size is 36 inches. 24 inches roll media is used for copying. Therefore, 66.7% is selected.

Original:36" Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

0% Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background

3:24" Film Synchro 66.7%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

[Threshold] Auto

(Basic Screen Key)

(Basic Screen)

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[How to cancel the Auto Zoom Mode] You have 2 ways to cancel the Auto Zoom Mode. 1. Push the Auto Zoom Key when its LED lamp is lighting up. The Auto Zoom Mode is cancelled and the LED lamp is put out.

CONCURRENT

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C /R /L

7 4 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

2. It is also possible to cancel the Auto Zoom Mode pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Auto Zoom Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Auto Zoom Mode pushing the Reset Key, Auto Zoom : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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B. In case of the sheet media feeding 1) Push the Auto Zoom Key to enter the Auto Zoom Mode. The LED lamp of the Auto Zoom Key lights up showing that the Auto Zoom Mode is valid now. Note : When the Auto Zoom Mode is valid, both Auto Paper Mode and Rotate Mode are always cancelled. It is impossible to use these modes with the Auto Zoom Mode at the same time.
CONCURRENT CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C /R /L

7 4 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

2) Set the original to the scanner. Its size is automatically detected by the scanner and is indicated on the LCD.
Original:36" Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom 0%

001

Image Quality Line Background

3) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD, press Bypass to select the sheet media feeding, and then press your required sheet size. Note : The Auto Sheet Size Mode does not work at this time. Please select your required sheet size manually.
Original:36" Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass 0% Media 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

001

Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22"

Plain Paper Vellum Film

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key)
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4) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD. The Basic Screen indicates the zoom ratio that the Auto Zoom Mode selected. Example : Original size is 36 inches. 24 inches sheet media is used. Therefore, 66.7% is selected.

Original:36" Copy:24" Paper


MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

0%

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

Bypass Film 66.7%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

24"

[Threshold] Auto

(Basic Screen Key) [How to cancel the Auto Zoom Mode] Refer to the page 3-30.

(Basic Screen)

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3.4.2

Standard Zoom Ratio

[Function] The following zoom ratios are called Standard Zoom Ratios that are used often for reduction and enlargement of standard size as 24 inches to 36 inches and 18 inches to 12 inches. It is possible to choose these zoom ratios easily pressing Reduce, 100% and Enlarge in the Zoom Setting Screen. Reduce, 100% and Enlarge are indicated when the % Mode is selected. The following are the standard zoom ratios that the scanner has at factory forwarding. 25.0%, 45.0%, 50.0%, 66.7%, 100.0%, 133.3%, 150.0%, 200.0%, 300.0% and 400.0%

[Operation] 1) Push the Zoom Key to indicate the Zoom Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Mode %
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Zoom

Media Size Zoom Program

100.0%

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

(Zoom Key)

(Zoom Setting Screen)

2) If % is not colored, press % to select the % Mode since standard zoom ratios can be selected in the % Mode.
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Original 36" 34" 30" 24" XY Zoom 22" 18" 17" 12" 100.0% 11" 8.5" 24" 22" 11" 8.5" XY Zoom Reduce 100% Enlarge 0% Copy 36" 34" 30"

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0%

0% Zoom

001

18" 17" 12"

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3) Press any of Reduce, 100% and Enlarge according to your requirement. 100% The zoom ratio becomes 100.0% when you press 100%.
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0%

001

Zoom

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

Reduction Whenever you press Reduce, you can choose the following reduction standard zoom ratios orderly. 66.7% 50.0% 45.0% 25.0%

0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program


66.7%

001

Zoom

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

Enlargement Whenever you press Enlarge, you can choose the following enlargement standard zoom ratios orderly. 133.3% 150.0% 400.0% 200.0% 300.0%

0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program


133.3%

001

Zoom

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

(Reference) It is possible to add your preferable zoom ratio to the above standard zoom ratios as Register Zoom Ratio. If you do so, it becomes possible to choose the Register Zoom Ratio easily pressing Reduce and Enlarge as you choose the above standard zoom ratios. (If you add 30.0% and 250.0%, for example, you can select 30.0% pressing Reduce and 250.0% pressing Enlarge.) As for Register Zoom Ratio, refer to the page 3-145.

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3.4.3

% Mode (Direct selection of percentage)

[Function] It is possible to input your required zoom ratio directly pushing Ten Keys. Zoom range is from 25.0% to 400.0%, and the setting unit is 0.1%. [Operation] 1) Push the Zoom Key to indicate the Zoom Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Mode %
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Zoom

Media Size Zoom Program

100.0%

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

(Zoom Key) 2) If % is not colored, press % to select the % Mode.


0% Copy 36" 34" 30" 100.0% 24" XY Zoom 22" 11" 8.5" 24" 22" 11" 8.5" XY Zoom

(Zoom Setting Screen)

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0%

0% Zoom

001

Mode % Media Size Zoom Program

Original 36" 34" 30" 18" 17" 12"

18" 17" 12"

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

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3) Input your required zoom ratio pushing Ten Keys. It is also possible to select your preferable zoom ratio pressing (Example : 250.0%)
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0%

and

on the LCD.

001

Zoom

0% Mode % Zoom

001

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

Media Size Zoom Program

250.0%

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

4) When you inputted a wrong zoom ratio, clear it pushing the Clear Key. Since 100.0% is indicated on the LCD, input the correct zoom ratio again.
0%
CONCURRENT

001

SET COPY

PRINT

Mode %

Zoom

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

Media Size Zoom Program

100.0%

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

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3.4.5

Media Size Mode (Ratio between original size and media size)

[Function] If only you decide originals size and required copy size, the Media Size Mode automatically selects the necessary zoom ratio. Both original size and copy size must be standard size such as 36 inches and 12 inches. [Operation] 1) Push the Zoom Key to indicate the Zoom Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Mode %
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Zoom

Media Size Zoom Program

100.0%

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

(Zoom Key)

(Zoom Setting Screen)

2) Select the Media Size Mode pressing Media Size. Media Size is colored when selected, and the menu of standard original sizes and standard copy sizes is indicated.
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0%

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Original 36" 34" 30" 24" 18" 17" 12" 100.0% 11" 8.5"

Zoom

0% Copy 36" 34" 30" 24" 22"

001
18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

XY Zoom

22"

3) Select the size of original and your required copy size. If you do so, the LCD indicates the zoom ratio that satisfies your size setting.
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Original 36" 34" 30" 24" XY Zoom 22" 18" 17" 12" 100.0% 11" 8.5" 24" 22" 11" 8.5" XY Zoom 0% Copy 36" 34" 30"

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Original 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 309.0% 11" 8.5" 18" 17" 12"

0% Copy 36" 34" 30" 24" 22"

001
18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

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3.4.6

Zoom Program Mode

[Function] If you decide the ratio between original and copy, the Zoom Program Mode selects the necessary zoom ratio automatically. Measure the actual image size of the original to utilize it as an outline to decide the ratio. (Example) If the image size on the original is 4 inches, and if you wish to copy it expanding to 7.2 inches, input5 : 9, 10 : 18, 20 : 36 or 40 : 72 for example.
KIP

4 inches

KIP
7.2 inches

Original

Copy

[Operation] 1) Push the Zoom Key to indicate the Zoom Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Mode %
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Zoom

Media Size Zoom Program

100.0%

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

(Zoom Key)

(Zoom Setting Screen)

2) Select the Zoom Program Mode pressing Zoom Program. Zoom Program is colored, and the indication to input original size and copy size appears on the LCD.
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0%

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
10.0"

0% Copy
10.0"

Zoom

001

100.0%

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

XY Zoom

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3) When the frame of setting value is thick, it is possible to change the value. Change the value of original size pressing and . It is also possible to change the value inputting directly with Ten Keys.
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
10.0"

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
9.8"

0% Copy
10.0"

001

Copy
10.0"

100.0%

102.0%

XY Zoom

XY Zoom

4) Press the setting value of copy size to make its frame thick, then change the value similarly. The LCD indicates the zoom ratio that satisfies your size setting.
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
9.8"

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
9.8"

0% Copy
10.4"

001

Copy
10.0"

102.0%

106.1%

XY Zoom

XY Zoom

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3.4.7

XY Zoom Mode

[Function] Since this scanner has XY Zoom Mode, it is possible to do copying although horizontal zoom ratio (X) and vertical one (Y) are different from each other. The XY Zoom Mode is used together with either % Mode or Zoom Program Mode.
X

Y Y Zoom (X) is 140.0%. Zoom (Y) is 70.0%. Zoom (X) is 100.0%. Zoom (Y) is140.0%.

Original

(Example of usage) If a little necessary image is lost because the copy image is a little larger than the size of copying media, or if a little unnecessary image is copied on the edge of the copy, adjust horizontal zoom ratio and vertical one to fix these kinds of problem.
(Copy with problem)
Necessary image is lost.

Copied on 18" wide copying media by 100%

Unnecessary image is copied.

(Proper copy)
Copied on 18" wide copying media by 95.0% of zoom (X) and 105.0% of vertical zoom (Y)

Original (36 inches wide)

Note : It would be better that the difference between horizontal zoom ratio (X) and vertical one (Y) is as small as possible since the copy image is extremely transformed if they are greatly different from each other.

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[Operation] 1) Push the Zoom Key to indicate the Zoom Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Mode %
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Zoom

Media Size Zoom Program

100.0%

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

(Zoom Key) 2) Select either % Mode or Zoom Program Mode.


0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0%

(Zoom Setting Screen)

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
10.0"

0% Copy
10.0"

Zoom

001

100.0%

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

XY Zoom

(% Mode)

(Zoom Program Mode)

3) Select the XY Zoom Mode pressing XY Zoom. XY Zoom is colored, and the LCD indicates the setting indication as follows. (% Mode)
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0% Y

(Zoom Program Mode)

001
Mode % Program Original
10.0"

0% Copy
10.0"

001

Zoom
100.0%

Media Size Zoom Program


10.0"

X Y
10.0"

X : 100.0% XY Zoom Reduce 100% Enlarge XY Zoom Y : 100.0%

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4) Since it is possible to change the setting value when its frame is thick, press the setting value that you will change to make its frame thick. (% Mode)
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
100.0% Y

(Zoom Program Mode)

001
Mode % Program Original
10.0"

0% Copy
10.0"

001

Zoom
100.0%

Media Size Zoom Program


10.0"

X Y
10.0"

X : 100.0% XY Zoom Reduce 100% Enlarge XY Zoom Y : 100.0%

5) Change each setting value pressing and . It is also possible to change the value inputting directly with Ten Keys. When you change each setting value, both horizontal zoom (X) and vertical one (Y) are also changed. If you inputted a wrong value, clear it pushing the Clear Key, and then change the value again. (% Mode)
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
102.0% Y

(Zoom Program Mode)

001
Mode % Program Original
10.0"

0% Copy
10.6"

001

Zoom
98.0%

Media Size Zoom Program


10.0"

X Y
9.5"

X : 106.0% XY Zoom Reduce 100% Enlarge XY Zoom Y : 95.0%

6) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicated the Basic Screen on the LCD. Both horizontal zoom (X) and vertical one (Y) are indicated.
0% Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro

X:106.0% Y: 95.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Basic Screen Key)

(Basic Screen)

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[How to cancel the XY Zoom Mode and to clear decided zoom ratios (X) and (Y)] There are 2 ways to cancel the XY Zoom Mode and to cancel the decided zoom ratios (X) and (Y). 1. Cancel the XY Zoom Mode pressing XY Zoom when it is colored. Since the decided zoom ratios (X) and (Y) are still valid (In case of the % Mode, only the zoom ratio X is valid) even after canceling the XY Zoom Mode, select some zoom ratio in any of zoom setting modes in order to cancel zoom ratios (X) and (Y). (For example, select the standard zoom ratio 100.0% after canceling the XY Zoom Mode.) (% Mode)
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
102.0% Y

(Zoom Program Mode : Inch)

001
Mode % Program Original
10.0"

0% Copy
10.6"

001

Zoom
98.0%

Media Size Zoom Program


10.0"

X Y
9.5"

X : 106.0% XY Zoom Reduce 100% Enlarge XY Zoom Y: 95.0%

0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program


98.0%

001
Mode % Media Size Zoom Program Program Original
10.0"

0% Copy
10.6"

Zoom

001

106.0%

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

XY Zoom

Then, select another zoom ratio in any of zoom setting modes.

2. If you push the Reset Key, it is possible to clear decided horizontal zoom ratio (X) and vertical one (Y) while canceling the XY Zoom Mode. However, note that not only XY Zoom Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the XY Zoom Mode pushing the Reset Key, XY Zoom : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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3.5

Image Quality Settings

If you push the Image Quality Key below the LCD, the Image Quality Setting Screen is indicated on the LCD and it becomes possible to change and decide the following settings. The LED lamp of the Image Quality Key lights up when the LCD is indicating the Image Quality Setting Screen. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Selecting originals image type Background Despeckle Threshold Sharpness Density
0% Original Line
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Threshold

Line/Photo
FUNCTION DATE STAMP LAYOUT/SORT

Auto Sharpness Density

Photo Background Despeckle

(Image Quality Key)

(Image Quality Setting Screen)

Note : Except for Density, each image quality setting works at the time of scanning in order to process the image data before it is sent and stored in the memory. When you do re-copying, therefore, it is no use to change these settings because the image data has already been in the memory and the change of image quality setting you do is not applied to the re-copy image. Make sure to change these settings before scanning. We recommend you to do Sample Copy in order to check the result of copy with your image quality setting.
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

Make sure to finish to change these settings before scanning.

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3.5.1

Selecting originals image type

[Function] Select any of the following modes according to the type of originals image. 1. Line Mode All images become either black or white. If the original has such images as letters and lines which are evenly in high concentration, select the Line Mode. Note that the Line Mode is not suitable to copy such a low concentrated image as halftone since it is converted to either black copy image or white one.

Auto Stacker

Image Scanner

Digital Printer

2. Line/Photo Mode Images density can be re-produced faithfully. The Line/Photo Mode is suitable if the original has both highly concentrated images and low concentrated images. In concrete terms, select the Line/Photo Mode if the original has both line images (including letters) and halftone images such as photographs. If you copy the halftone image in the Line/Photo Mode, sometimes the density of it becomes uneven. If you attach much importance to halftone, select the Photo Mode since its performance to copy halftone is better than Line/Photo Modes.

3. Photo Mode Almost all images and their density are re-produced more faithfully than the Line/Photo Mode. Select the Photo Mode when you copy the photographic image.

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[Operation] 1) Push the Image Quality Key to indicate the Image Quality Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Original Line
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Threshold

Line/Photo
FUNCTION DATE STAMP LAYOUT/SORT

Auto Sharpness Density

Photo Background Despeckle

(Image Quality Key) 2) Press any of Line, Line/Photo and Photo. The selected image type is colored.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

(Image Quality Setting Screen)

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

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3.5.2

Background Mode

[Function] Some kind of original such as newspaper or blue print has unnecessary foggy background image. In the Background Mode, this kind of image is converted to the white image at the time of scanning. As the result of it, it is possible to gain a copy having no background image. If you set the original to the scanner when both Background Mode and Auto Threshold are selected, the scanner detects originals density and automatically decides the best Threshold Level that can convert the foggy background image to the white image. It is also possible to select your preferable Threshold Level manually when the Background Mode is selected while the Auto Threshold is cancelled. Since the Background Mode is related with the Threshold, see Threshold on the page 3-54 to use the Background Mode more efficiently. (Original) (Result of copy in the Background Mode)

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Foggy background image Note : If you select Photo, it is impossible to use the Background Mode.

[How to select the Background Mode] 1) Push the Image Quality Key to indicate the Image Quality Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Original Line
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Threshold

Line/Photo
FUNCTION DATE STAMP LAYOUT/SORT

Auto Sharpness Density

Photo Background Despeckle

(Image Quality Key)

(Image Quality Setting Screen)

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2) Select either Line Mode or Line/Photo Mode pressing either Line or Line/Photo.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

3) If Background is not colored, press Background to select the Background Mode. Background is colored when selected. Also, Auto (Auto Threshold) is validated automatically.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

4) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD. Background is indicated in the Basic Screen since the Background Mode is selected.
0% Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line/Photo Background [Threshold] Auto

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Basic Screen Key) 5) Set the original to the scanner, and then push the Start Key to start copying.

(Basic Screen)

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6) In most cases you will gain a proper copy that have no foggy background image. If the copy still has some degree of foggy background image or if the necessary image is lost, however, adjust the Threshold Level manually by doing the following 7) and 8).

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Copy still has the foggy background image.)

(Necessary images are lost.)

7) Indicate the Image Quality Setting Screen again on the LCD pushing the Image Quality Key. Press Auto to cancel the Auto Threshold while the Background Mode is selected.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

8) It is possible to change the Threshold Level pressing and . If the copy has the foggy background image, press . If the necessary image is lost, press . As for the detail for this adjustment of Threshold Level, refer to Threshold on the page 3-54.

0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

001

Density

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[How to cancel the Background Mode] You have 2 ways to cancel the Background Mode. 1. Cancel the Background Mode pressing Background when it is colored. The Auto Threshold is also cancelled at this time.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

2. It is also possible to cancel the Background Mode pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Background Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Background Mode pushing the Reset Key, Background : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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3.5.3

Despeckle Mode

[Function] Supposing there is an isolated speckle image on the original. If you select the Despeckle Mode, it judges the speckle as unnecessary image (dirt) and converts the speckle image to the white image at the time of scanning. As the result of it, it is possible to gain a proper copy without speckle images.

Isolated speckles

(Original)

(Result of copy in the Despeckle Mode)

(Notes) 1. If speckles are not isolated but come together some degree, the Despeckle Mode judges them as necessary image (mass of speckles) and does not convert them to white images. Therefore, the copy will have those speckle images. 2. It is impossible to use the Despeckle Mode if you select Photo. [How to Select the Despeckle Mode] 1) Push the Image Quality Key to indicate the Image Quality Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Original Line
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Threshold

Line/Photo
FUNCTION DATE STAMP LAYOUT/SORT

Auto Sharpness Density

Photo Background Despeckle

(Image Quality Key)

(Image Quality Setting Screen)

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2) Select either Line Mode or Line/Photo Mode pressing either Line or Line/Photo.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

3) Press Despeckle to select the Despeckle Mode.


0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

4) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD. Despeckle is indicated in the Basic Screen since the Despeckle Mode is selected.
0% Paper
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Zoom

Image Quality Line/Photo Background Despeckle [Threshold] Auto

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0%

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Basic Screen Key)

(Basic Screen)

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[How to cancel the Despeckle Mode] You have 2 ways to cancel the Despeckle Mode. 1. Cancel the Despeckle Mode pressing Despeckle when it is colored.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

2. It is also possible to cancel the Despeckle Mode pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Despeckle Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Despeckle Mode pushing the Reset Key, Despeckle : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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3.5.4

Threshold

By changing the Threshold Level, it is possible to change the result of copy. The function of Threshold Level is different among image type modes such as Line Mode, Line/Photo Mode and Photo Mode although the way to change the Threshold Level is same in all of these modes. It is mentioned on and after the page 3-56 how the result of copy varies in each image type mode if you change the Threshold Level. Since the way to change the Threshold Level is mentioned on this page and next page, please fix it your mind firstly. [How to change the Threshold Level] 1) Push the Image Quality Key to indicate the Image Quality Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Original Line
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Threshold

Line/Photo
FUNCTION DATE STAMP LAYOUT/SORT

Auto Sharpness Density

Photo Background Despeckle

(Image Quality Key) 2) Select any of Line Mode, Line/Photo Mode and Photo Mode.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

(Image Quality Setting Screen)

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

3) If Auto (Auto Threshold) is selected, press Auto to cancel. It becomes possible to change the Threshold Level manually because the indicator is validated.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

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4) The scanner has 17 Threshold Levels. The left end LED lamp of Threshold Indicator is the Threshold Level 1, and the right end one is the Threshold Level 17.
Threshold Threshold Threshold

Auto

Auto

Auto

Threshold Level 1

Threshold Level 2

Threshold Level 3

Threshold

Threshold

...
Auto Auto

Threshold Level 16 If you press beside Auto, you can select larger Threshold Level.
0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Density Threshold

Threshold Level 17

001
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

If you press
Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle

, you can select smaller Threshold Level.


0% Threshold

001
Original Line Threshold

0%

001

Auto Sharpness Density

Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness

Auto Density

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A. Function of Threshold Level in the Line Mode We will use the following original to explain how the result of copy varies in each image type mode if you change the Threshold Level. It has some unnecessary light images such as Dirt, Foggy background and Speckles. Letters (Black) Letters (Gray) Dirt Foggy background (Like a newspaper) Solid black Halftones Speckles (Dirt)

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Solid Black

Lines (Gray)

Line image

The purpose to change the Threshold Level in the Line Mode is to remove unnecessary light images from the copy. When some original is scanned, densities of all its images are detected and compared with the selected Threshold Level in order to divide images into 2 groups such as necessary dark image and unnecessary light image. Since unnecessary light image is converted to white image, the copy will not have such image. Whenever you select larger Threshold Level, the scanner tends to judge light image to be necessary dark image. Whenever you select smaller Threshold Level, on the contrary, it tends to judge light image to be unnecessary light image. 1. If the selected Threshold Level is large, it becomes impossible or difficult to read the copy since such unnecessary light images as Foggy background, Dirt and Black dots are judged necessary dark image and the copy has these images as the following examples 1 and 2. (Example 1 : Threshold Level is too large.)
Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)

Auto

(Example 2 : Threshold Level is a little large.)


Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Auto

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2. If the selected Threshold Level is proper, it is possible to gain a proper copy since such images as Foggy background, Dirt and Black dots are judged unnecessary light images and are converted to white images as the following example 3. (Example 3 : Threshold Level is proper.)
Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Auto

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B. Function of Threshold Level in the Line/Photo Mode Letters (Black) Letters (Gray) Dirt Foggy background (Like a newspaper) Solid black Halftones Black dots (Dirt)

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Solid Black

Lines (Gray)

Line image

The purpose to change the Threshold Level in the Line/Photo Mode is to remove unnecessary light images from the copy similar to the case of the Line Mode. When some original is scanned, densities of all its images are detected and compared with the selected Threshold Level in order to divide images into 2 groups such as necessary dark image and unnecessary light image. Since unnecessary light image is converted to white image, the copy will not have such image. Whenever you select larger Threshold Level, the scanner tends to judge light image to be necessary dark image. Whenever you select smaller Threshold Level, on the contrary, it tends to judge light image to be unnecessary light image. 1. If the selected Threshold Level is large, it becomes impossible or difficult to read the copy since such unnecessary light images as Foggy background, Dirt and Black dots are judged necessary dark image and the copy has these images as the following examples 1 and 2. (Example 1 : Threshold Level is too large.)
Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Auto

(Example 2 : Threshold Level is a little large.)


Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Auto

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2. If the selected Threshold Level is proper, it is possible to gain a proper copy since such images as Foggy background, Dirt and Black dots are judged unnecessary light images and are converted to white images as the following example 3. (Example 3 : Threshold Level is proper.)
Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Auto

[Example of usage] Supposing you will copy the following graph (section) paper original. It has 2 kinds of image such as line graph image (clear black) and section image (light blue). 1) The section image will be lost when you copy this original with a small Threshold Level since it is judged unnecessary light image.

(Original)

(Copy : Section image is lost.)

2) If you select a larger Threshold Level, it is possible to copy the section image in a clear gray since it is judged necessary dark image. With this setting, however, the background image may be also judged necessary dark image and becomes evident.

(Original)

(Copy : Background becomes evident.)

3) If you select not only larger Threshold Level but also Background Mode, section image is judged necessary dark image but the background is judged unnecessary light image. As the result, it is possible to emphasize only the section image .

(Original)
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C. Function of Threshold Level in the Photo Mode Letters (Black) Letters (Gray) Dirt Foggy background (Like a newspaper) Solid black Halftones Black dots (Dirt)

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Solid Black

Lines (Gray)

Line image

The purpose to change the Threshold Level in the Photo Mode is to make all copy images evenly darker or lighter. Whenever you select larger Threshold Level, all copy images become evenly darker. Whenever you select smaller Threshold Level, on the contrary, they become evenly lighter. Note : All images of original are taken as necessary image in the Photo Mode because the purpose of the Photo Mode is to re-produce all images of original and their density gradation faithfully. Even if you change the Threshold Level in the Photo Mode, all images including extremely light image are surely read and copied. Therefore, select the Photo Mode if you copy a photographic original. (Examples)
Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Auto

Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Auto

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Threshold

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Auto

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3.5.5

Sharpness

[Function] Weak copy image such as thin line or small letter is copied clearly and sharply. This scanner has 5 Sharpness Levels such as weaker weak, normal strong and stronger. Sharpness Level weak and weaker Weak (light) images as thin line or small letters are not so sharpened, but the background image becomes not so evident. (Weak)
Sharpness

(Weaker)
Sharpness

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Sharpness Level normal This is the standard Sharpness Level.


Sharpness

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Sharpness Level strong and stronger Weak images as thin line or small letters are sharpened, but the background image becomes evident. (Strong)
Sharpness

(Stronger)
Sharpness

E 5

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

A 1

ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Reference) When you select stronger Sharpness Level to make weak lines or small letters sharp, sometimes the background image of the copy may become more evident than before. In this case, select the Back Ground Mode and select smaller Threshold Level so as not to copy the background image.

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[How to change the Sharpness Level] 1) Push the Image Quality Key to indicate the Image Quality Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Original Line
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Threshold

Line/Photo
FUNCTION DATE STAMP LAYOUT/SORT

Auto Sharpness Density

Photo Background Despeckle

(Image Quality Key) 2) Pressing and , change the Sharpness Level.

(Image Quality Setting Screen)

0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

001

Density

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3.5.6

Density

[Function] All of copy images become evenly darker or lighter if you change the Density Level. This scanner has 5 Density Levels. The left end LED lamp of the Density Indicator in the Image Quality Screen is the Density Level 1, and the right end one is the Density Level 5. If you select a larger Density Level, all copy images become darker. If you select a smaller Density Level, on the contrary, they become lighter.

Density

Density Level 1 Lighter (Examples) Density Level 1


Density

Density Level 5 Darker

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

Density Level 5
Density

(Original)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

(Result of copy)
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345
ABCDE 12345

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[How to change the Density Level] 1) Push the Image Quality Key to indicate the Image Quality Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Original Line
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

001

Threshold

Line/Photo
FUNCTION DATE STAMP LAYOUT/SORT

Auto Sharpness Density

Photo Background Despeckle

(Image Quality Key) 2) Pressing and , change the Density Level.

(Image Quality Setting Screen)

0% Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

001

Density

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3.6

Function Settings

If you push the Function Key below the LCD, the Function Setting Screen is indicated on the LCD and it becomes possible to change and decide the following settings. The LED lamp of the Function Key lights up when the LCD is indicating the Function Setting Screen. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Shift Centering Leading Edge and Trailing Edge Folder Setting Mirror Image Mode Negative Image Mode
0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

001

Shift Centering
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0.00"
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Mirror

Negative

(Function Key) If you select any of Centering, Mirror Image Mode and Negative Image Mode, if you select any of folding method from 1 to 4, or if you decide some setting value other than [0.00] for Shift or Leading/Trailing Edge, the Basic Screen indicates Function showing some function is valid at present.

(Function Setting Screen)

0% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom

001

Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

Function

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3.6.1

Shift and Centering

[Functions] A. Shift It is possible to shift the whole copy image to either left or right. If the image goes out of the copying media by the result of Shift, it is lost. (Maximum amount of Shift) 35.40 inches for both right shifting and left shifting (Unit of setting) 0.01 inches
Original
ABCDEFGHJKLMN

Copy (Right shifting)


ABCDEFGHJK

Copy (Left shifting)


DEFGHJKLMN

Direction of original feeding

Amount of shift

Amount of shift

B. Centering The copy image is placed at the horizontal center of the copying media and same amount of margins are provided to both sides of the copy. Note : If the copy image is wider than the copying media, same width of images are lost from both sides of the copy image.
Original
ABCDEFGHJKLMN

Copy
ABCDEFGHJKLMN

Copy
CDEFGHJKL

Direction of original feeding

Margin

Margin

Lost image

Lost image

Width of copying media

Width of copying media

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A. Shift [How to decide the amount of Shift] 1) Push the Function Key to indicate the Function Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

001

Shift Centering
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0.00"
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Mirror

Negative

(Function Key) 2) Press the amount of Shift to make its frame thick. You can change the amount of Shift when its frame is thick.
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00" 1 2 3
R

(Function Setting Screen)

0% Folder OFF

001
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

3) Push the +/R Key if you wish to shift the copy image to the right. Push the -/L Key if you wish to shift it to the left.

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

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4) Select your required amount of Shift pressing and Or input the amount directly pushing Ten Keys. The selected amount is indicated on the LCD. (Examples of indication) R2.00 2 inches of right shifting L10.0 10 inches of left shifting.

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C
Shift Centering R12.0" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00" 0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

001
R

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

Note : If you inputted a wrong amount of Shift with Ten Keys, clear it pushing the Clear Key. If you do so, [0.00] is indicated again. Then, input the correct amount.

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[How to clear the amount of Shift] You have 2 ways to clear the decided amount of Shift. 1. When the frame of the amount of Shift is thick, push the Clear Key. The amount becomes 0.00.
0% Folder OFF
AUTO ZOOM AUTO PAPER

001
SET COPY

CONCURRENT

Shift Centering R12.0"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

PRINT

ROTATE

1 2 3

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

Mirror

Negative

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

2. It is also possible to clear the amount of Shift pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only the amount of Shift but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to clear the amount of Shift pushing the Reset Key, [Shift : 0.00] should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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B. Centering [How to select the Centering] 1) Push the Function Key to indicate the Function Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

001

Shift Centering
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0.00"
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Mirror

Negative

(Function Key) 2) Press Centering to select the Centering. Centering is colored when selected.
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00" 1 2 3
R

(Function Setting Screen)

0% Folder OFF

001
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

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[How to cancel the Centering] You have 2 ways to cancel the Centering. 1. Cancel the Centering pressing Centering when it is colored.
0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

001
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

2. It is also possible to cancel the Centering pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Centering but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Centering pushing the Reset Key, Centering : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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3.6.2

Leading Edge and Trailing Edge

[Function] Leading Edge Leading Edge (+) : Some amount of margin is provided to the leading edge of copy. Leading Edge ( - ) : Some amount of originals leading image is prevented from being copied. (Maximum amount of Leading Edge) 4.00 inches for both plus and minus (Unit of setting) 0.01 inches Note : The result of copy is different if the selected Cut Mode is different. 1. In the Synchro Cut, margin is simply provided (plus setting) and originals leading image is simply prevented from being copied (minus setting) as follows.

Synchro Cut
Leading Edge (+)
Direction of original feeding

Leading Edge ( )
KIP
Image Scanner
Copy

KIP
Image Scanner
Original

KIP
Image Scanner
Copy

Added margin Lost image

Image Scanner
Original

2. If you provide some amount of margin by plus setting in the Standard Cut, the same amount of trailing image is lost from the copy. And if you prevent some amount of originals leading image from being copied, the same amount of margin is provided to the trailing edge of copy.

Standard Cut
Leading Edge (+)
Lost image

Leading Edge ( )
KIP
Image Scanner
Added margin

KIP
Image Scanner
Original

KIP
Image
Copy

Added margin Lost image

Image Scanner
Original

Copy

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Trailing Edge Trailing Edge (+) : Some amount of margin is provided to the trailing edge of copy. Trailing Edge ( - ) : Some amount of originals trailing image is prevented from being copied. (Maximum amount of Trailing Edge) 4.00 inches for both plus and minus (Unit of setting) 0.01 inches Note : The result of copy is different if the selected Cut Mode is different. 1. In the Synchro Mode, margin is simply provided (plus setting) and originals trailing image is simply prevented from being copied (minus setting) as follows.

Synchro Cut
Trailing Edge (+)
Direction of original feeding

Trailing Edge ( )
Lost image

KIP
Image Scanner
Original

KIP
Image

KIP
Image Scanner
Original

KIP
Image
Copy

Scanner Added margin

Copy

2. If you provide some amount of margin by plus setting in the Standard Cut, the same amount of leading image is lost from the copy. And if you prevent some amount of originals trailing image from being copied, the same amount of margin is provided to the leading edge of copy.

Standard Cut
Trailing Edge (+)
KIP
Image
Lost image

Trailing Edge ( )
Lost image

Image

KIP
Image Scanner

Scanner Added margin

KIP
Image
Copy

Scanner
Original Copy

Added margin

Original

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[Reference] In case of the plus setting, the decided amount of leading/trailing margin is simply provided to the copy regardless of the zoom ratio.
Plus setting
2.40 inches 2.40 inches 100.0%

2.40 inches 2.40 inches 50.0%

200.0%

2.40 inches 2.40 inches

In case of the minus setting, however, the decided amount of leading/trailing image is deleted from the Output Image from the view point of 100.0% zoom, and then the Output Image is reduced or enlarged according to the zoom ratio. Therefore, the amount of deleted image varies in proportion to the zoom ratio. If you decide Leading Edge -2.40 inches, for example, the length of deleted image is 9.60 inches if the zoom ratio is 400.0%.
Minus setting
2.40 inches 2.40 inches

100.0%

2.40 inches 1.20 inches 50.0%

1.20 inches

200.0%

2.40 inches 4.80 inches 4.80 inches

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[How to decide the amount of Leading Edge and Trailing Edge] 1) Push the Function Key to indicate the Function Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

001

Shift Centering 0.00"


REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

Mirror

Negative

(Function Key)

(Function Setting Screen)

2) If you would like to specify the amount for the Leading Edge, press the value below L. Edge The frame around the setting value becomes thicker showing that it is possible to change the setting value now.
0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

001
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

3) Push the +/R Key if you wish to provide the leading margin to the copy. Push the -/L Key if you wish to prevent originals leading image from being copied.

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

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4) Select your required amount of Leading Edge pressing Or input the amount directly pushing Ten Keys. The selected amount is indicated on the LCD.
CONCURRENT

and

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 1.00" T. Edge 0.00" 1 2 3
R

0% Folder OFF

001

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001
Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

Note : If you inputted a wrong amount of Leading/Trailing Edge with Ten Keys, clear it pushing the Clear Key. If you do so, [0.00] is indicated again. Then, input the correct amount. 5) If you press the value below T. Edge, it also becomes possible to specify the amount for the Trailing Edge. Change the setting value in the same way as you did for the Leading Edge if necessary. It is possible to specify the setting value for each Leading Edge and Trailing Edge separately because they are independent setting items.
0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

001
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 1.00" T. Edge 0.50"

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 1.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

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[How to clear the amount of Leading/Trailing Edge] You have 2 ways to clear the decided amount of Leading/Trailing Edge. 1. When the frame of the amount of Leading/Trailing Edge is thick, push the Clear Key. The amount becomes 0.00.
0% Folder OFF
AUTO ZOOM AUTO PAPER

001
SET COPY

CONCURRENT

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 1.00" T. Edge 0.50"

PRINT

ROTATE

1 2 3

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

Mirror

Negative

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 1.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

2. It is also possible to clear the amount of Leading Edge and Trailing Edge pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only the amount of them but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to clear the amount of Leading Edge and Trailing Edge pushing the Reset Key, [Leading Edge : 0.00] or [Trailing Edge : 0.00] should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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3.6.3

Folder Setting

[Function] If the Folder is used to fold the printout, it is possible to select your preferable folding method. This scanner has 4 kinds of folding method. [How to change the folding method] 1) Push the Function Key to indicate the Function Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Folder OFF 1 2 3
R

001

Shift Centering
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0.00"
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Mirror

Negative

(Function Key)

(Function Setting Screen)

2) If you wish to use the Folder and you have your preferable folding method, press your required number.
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00" 1 2 3
R

0% Folder OFF

001
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

3) If you do not wish to use the Folder, press OFF. OFF is colored.
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00" 1 2 3
R

0% Folder OFF

001
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

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3.6.4

Mirror Image Mode

[Function] Copy image is printed being turned over as if it was mirrored.

Original

Copy

[How to select the Mirror Image Mode] 1) Push the Function Key to indicate the Function Setting Screen on the LCD.
Shift Centering
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0% Folder OFF 1 2 3

001

0.00"
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Mirror

Negative

(Function Key) 2) Press Mirror to select the Mirror Image Mode. Mirror is colored.
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(Function Setting Screen)

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Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

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Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

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[How to cancel the Mirror Image Mode] You have 2 ways to cancel the Mirror Image Mode. 1. Cancel the Mirror Image Mode pressing Mirror when it is colored.
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Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

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Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

2. It is also possible to cancel the Mirror Image Mode pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Mirror Image Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Mirror Image Mode pushing the Reset Key, Mirror : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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3.6.5

Negative Image Mode

[Function] White and black of the copy image are converted with each other.

Original

Copy

[How to select the Negative Image Mode] 1) Push the Function Key to indicate the Function Setting Screen on the LCD.
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Shift Centering
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

0.00"
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Mirror

Negative

(Function Key) 2) Press Negative to select the Negative Image Mode. Negative is colored.
Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00" 1 2 3
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(Function Setting Screen)

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Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

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Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

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[How to cancel the Negative Image Mode] You have 2 ways to cancel the Negative Image Mode. 1. Cancel the Negative Image Mode pressing Negative when it is colored.
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Shift Centering 0.00" Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

Shift Centering 0.00"

Margin L. Edge 0.00" T. Edge 0.00"

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Mirror

Negative

Mirror

Negative

2. It is also possible to cancel the Negative Image Mode pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Negative Image Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Negative Image Mode pushing the Reset Key, Negative : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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3.7

Date Stamp Settings

It is possible to print the Date Stamp (present date and time) on the copy if you validate the Date Stamp Mode. If you push the Data Stamp Key below the LCD, the Date Stamp Setting Screen is indicated on the LCD and it becomes possible to change and decide the following settings. The LED lamp of the Date Stamp Key lights up when the LCD is indicating the Date Stamp Setting Screen. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Validating or invalidating the Date Stamp Mode Main position of Date Stamp Rotation of Date Stamp Horizontal shift and vertical shift of Date Stamp Order of date and time Type of Date Stamp

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Position X Shift 0.00"

Rotate Y Shift 0.00"

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

Y/M/D Change Detail

(Date Stamp Key) If the Date Stamp Mode is valid, the Basic Screen indicates Date Stamp showing that the Date Stamp will be printed if you do copying.

(Date Stamp Setting Screen)

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Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

Date Stamp

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3.7.1

How to print the Date Stamp

[Function] When you validate the Date Stamp Mode, the Date Stamp is printed on the copy according to your date stamp settings if only you do copying in the usual way. It is explained on later pages how to change each date stamp setting such as position and format. Reading this section, please understand the way to print the Date Stamp first. [How to validate the Date Stamp Mode] 1) Push the Date Stamp Key to indicate the Date Stamp Setting Screen on the LCD.
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Position X Shift 0.00"

Rotate Y Shift 0.00"

FUNCTION

DATE STAMP

LAYOUT/SORT

Y/M/D Change Detail

(Date Stamp Key) 2) Press Print to validate the Date Stamp Mode. Print is colored.
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Date Stamp Print Y/M/D Position X Shift 0.00"

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Rotate Y Shift 0.00"

Y/M/D Change Detail

Y/M/D Change Detail

3) Set the original to the scanner, and then push the Start Key to start copying. The present Date Stamp is printed on the copy obeying decided stamp settings. As for the time, the time you pushed the Start Key is printed in case of the normal copying.
1999/01/31

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SCANNER KIP

Original
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[References] 1. If the Date Stamp Mode is valid, the Date Stamp is printed in each Re-copy, Set Copy, Concurrent Print and Sample Copy. The time that is printed is decided for each of these copy methods as follows. Re-copy Set Copy Concurrent Print Sample Copy The time you start scanning the stored image data pushing the Start Key (Not the time you pushed the Re-copy Key) The time you pushed the Start Key to print out the Set Copy Job The time you pushed the Start Key to scan the original The time you pushed the Sample Key

2. Followings are examples of Date Stamp in each function and mode. The main position of Date Stamp is left front for all of the following examples. (a) Rotate Mode Date Stamp is also rotated.

1999/01/31

SCANNER

SCANNER KIP

KIP

(b) Mirror Image Mode Date Stamp is also mirrored.

SCANNER KIP

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(c) Negative Image Mode Date Stamp becomes white.


1999/01/31

SCANNER KIP

SCANNER KIP

(d) Settings to provide margin (Centering, Shift, Leading Edge and Trailing Edge) Date Stamp is printed not in the margin but in the copy image. (The following example is Centering.)
1999/01/31

SCANNER KIP

SCANNER KIP

(e) Enlargement Date Stamp is not enlarged. (Font and size of Date Stamp are always same.)
1999/01/31

SCANNER KIP

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(f) Layout Mode (Layout b or c) Sometimes the copy may have a margin depending on the selected zoom ratio. The Date Stamp is not stamped in this margin area but in the output image. The following upper example is the copy of the Layout b and the lower one is that of Layout c. If you stamp the Date Stamp on right rear, the results will be as follows. Layout b
1st Original 2nd original 3rd original 4th original

Memory

Date Stamp is not stamped in this margin area.

2000/04/01

2000/04/01

Date Stamp

Layout c
1st Original 2nd original 3rd original 4th original

Memory

Date Stamp is not stamped in this margin area.

2000/04/01

2000/04/01

Date Stamp

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[How to cancel the Date Stamp Mode] You have 2 ways to cancel the Date Stamp Mode. 1. Cancel the Date Stamp Mode pressing Print when it is colored.
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Date Stamp Position X Shift 0.00"

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Rotate Y Shift 0.00"

Y/M/D Change Detail

Y/M/D Change Detail

2. It is also possible to cancel the Date Stamp Mode pushing the Reset Key. However, note that not only Date Stamp Mode but also all other user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (In order to cancel the Date Stamp Mode pushing the Reset Key, Date Stamp-Print : OFF should be registered to the Standard Mode as the default condition. As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.)

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3.7.2

Main position of Date Stamp

[Function] It is possible to print the Date Stamp on any of 4 main positions.


1999/01/31 1999/01/31

SCANNER KIP

SCANNER KIP

SCANNER KIP

SCANNER KIP

1999/01/31

1999/01/31

Left front

Right front

Left rear

Right rear

[How to select the main position] Whenever you press Position, you can select the main position of Date Stamp in the following order. The arrow mark in the indication shows the feeding direction of original. So, select your preferable main position.

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Y/M/D Change Detail

Y/M/D

Y/M/D

Y/M/D

Y/M/D

Left front

Right front

Right rear

Left rear

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Rotation of Date Stamp

[Function] According to the direction of originals image, rotate the Date Stamp. It is possible to choose any of 0 degree, 90 degrees, 180 degrees and 270 degrees arc rotation.
1999/01/31 1999/01/31 1999/01/31
1999/01/31

SCANNER KIP

SCANNER KIP

SCANNER KIP

SCANNER KIP

0 degree

90 degrees

180 degrees

270 degrees

(Example of use) When originals image is rotated 270 degrees arc against the scanning direction, choose 270 degrees arc rotation.

SCANNER

1999/01/31

KIP

Original

Copy

[How to change the rotation] Whenever you press Rotate, you can select the rotation in the following order. The arrow mark in the indication shows the feeding direction of original. So, select your preferable rotation.
0% Date Stamp Print Y/M/D Position X Shift 0.00" Rotate Y Shift 0.00"

KIP
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Y/M/D Detail

Scanning direction

Change

0 degree

90 degrees

180 degrees

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Y/M/D

Y/M/D

270 degrees

SCANNER

Y/M/D

Y/M/D

3.7.4

Horizontal shift and vertical shift of Date Stamp

[Function] After deciding the main position of Date Stamp, it is possible to shift the Date Stamp horizontally (X shift) and vertically (Y shift). (Example of use) If Date Stamp and copy image overlap each other and it is hard to distinguish between them, for example, shift the Date Stamp.

2000/Jan/01 2000/Jan/01

In In In In

1999, 1998, 1997, 1996,

it it it it

was was was was

In In In In

1999, 1998, 1997, 1996,

it it it it

was was was was

[Range of shift] When the rotation of Date Stamp is 0 degree or 180 degree and when it is placed at each main position, the horizontal range (X) is from -1.00 inch to +1.00 inch, and the vertical one (Y) is from -0.50 inches to +0.50 inches. Namely, you can place the Date Stamp anywhere in the gray zone of the following figure.
Y/M/D
1.00 inch +0.50 inches +1.00 inch 0.50 inches +0.50 inches 1.00 inch 0.50 inches +1.00 inch

Vertical shift (Y)


+0.50 inches 1.00 inch +1.00 inch 0.50 inches

Copy
+0.50 inches 1.00 inch 0.50 inches +1.00 inch

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When the rotation of Date Stamp is 90 degree or 270 degree and when it is placed at each main position, the horizontal range (X) is from -0.50 inches to +0.50 inches, and the vertical one (Y) is from -1.00 inch to +1.00 inch. Namely, you can place the Date Stamp anywhere in the gray zone of the following figure.
Y/M/D
0.50 inches +1.00 inch +1.00 inch

+0.50 inches 1.00 inch

0.50 inches 1.00 inch

+0.50 inches

Y/M/D

Vertical shift (Y)

Copy

+1.00 inch

+1.00 inch

0.50 inches

+0.50 inches 1.00 inch

0.50 inches 1.00 inch

+0.50 inches

Horizontal shift (X)

[How to decide the amount of shift] 1) If you wish to shift the Date Stamp horizontally (X), press the amount of X shift to make its frame thick. It becomes possible to change the amount of horizontal shift when its frame is thick. If you wish to shift the Date Stamp vertically, similarly press the amount of Y shift to make its frame thick.
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Date Stamp Position X Shift 0.00"

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Rotate Y Shift 0.00"

Y/M/D Change Detail

Y/M/D Change Detail

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2) Change the amount of shift pressing

and

It is also possible to input your required amount of shift directly pushing Ten Keys. If you wish to input some minus value, please push the -/L Key before inputting the value.

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6
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3 C
Print Y/M/D

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Date Stamp Position X Shift 0.00" 0% Rotate Y Shift 0.50"

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Date Stamp Print Y/M/D Position X Shift 0.00" Rotate Y Shift 0.00"

Y/M/D Change Detail

Y/M/D Change Detail

Note : If you inputted a wrong amount of shift with Ten Keys, clear it pushing the Clear Key. If you do so, 0.00 is indicated again. Then, input the correct amount.

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3.7.5

Order of date and time

[Function] It is possible to select your preferable order of date and time. Choose any of the following order. (Example : Today is 15 December 1999 and the time is at 12:00 oclock.) Y/M/D M/D/Y D/M/Y Y/M/D H:M M/D/Y H:M D/M/Y H:M [Operation] Press Change to change the indicated order of date and time. Whenever you press Change, the above orders of date and time are indicated orderly.
0% Date Stamp Print Y/M/D Position X Shift 0.00" Rotate Y Shift 0.00" Print M/D/Y

1999/12/15 12/15/1999 15/12/1999 1999/12/15 12:00 12/15/1999 12:00 15/12/1999 12:00

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Date Stamp Position X Shift 0.00"

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Rotate Y Shift 0.00"

Y/M/D Change Detail

M/D/Y Change Detail

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3.7.6

Type of Date Stamp

[Function] It is possible to change the type of Date. (Examples) Today is 1 January 2000 and the time is at 12:00 oclock. The order of date and time is D/M/Y H:M. /.It is possible to choose any of slash, period and hyphen. 01/01/2000 12:00 01.01.2000 12:00 01-01-2000 12:00 Year It is possible to choose either 4 digits or 2 digits. 01/01/2000 12:00 01/01/00 12:00 Month It is possible to choose either numeral or alphabet. 01/01/2000 12:00 01/Jan/2000 12:00 Format When the item is shown by 2 numerals as January (01) and 2nd (02), it is possible to decide how to show it. (This is not applied to hour and minute.) 01/01/2000 12:00 1/ 1/2000 12:00 - 1/- 1/2000 12:00 1/1/2000 12:00 [How to change each item] 1) Press Detail to indicate the Format Setting Screen on the LCD.
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0% Date Stamp 2000/01/21 12:00 Year 2000 Change Month 04 Change

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Format /01/ Change

Y/M/D Change Detail

Back

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2) Press Change under each item to change the setting of that item. It is possible to go back to the Date Stamp Setting Screen pressing Back.
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Date Stamp 2000.01.21 12:00 Year 2000 Change Month 04 Change

0%

001

Format /01/ Change

Back

Back

0% Date Stamp 2000/01/21 12:00 / . / Change Year 2000 Change Month 04 Change

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Date Stamp 2000/Jan/21 12:00

0%

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Format /01/ Change

/ . / Change

Year 2000 Change

Month Apr Change

Format /01/ Change

Back

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3.8
[Function]

Set Copy Mode

In the Set Copy Mode, it is possible to scan a lot of originals without printing out in order to store their image data in the memory as the Set Copy Job. When you have finished to make the Set Copy Job by scanning all necessary originals, it is possible to print out this Set Copy Job at one time by pushing the Start Key just once. It is possible to store 99 sheets of original in the memory if its capacity is enough. Stored Set Copy Job is printed out by way of Layout or Sort. 1. Layout Layout Mode is a function to print images of the Set Copy Job on one sheet of copying media. There are 3 ways of layout such as Layout a., Layout b. and Layout c.. Layout a. Layout b. Layout c. Images are printed on separate sheets. (Layout OFF Mode) It is necessary to select this setting in order to sort the copies by Sort. Images are printed on one sheet of copying media in 1 row. Images are printed on one sheet of copying media in 2 rows.

2. Sort It is possible to print out necessary sets of copies sorting the pages. There are 4 ways of sort such as Sort a., Sort b., Sort c. and Sort d.. It is necessary to select Layout a. to select these ways of sort. Sort a. Sort b. Sort c. Sort d. Scanned images 1, 2 and 3 are printed out as 123, 123 and 123. Scanned images 1, 2 and 3 are printed out as 321, 321 and 321. Scanned images 1, 2 and 3 are printed out as 111, 222 and 333. Scanned images 1, 2 and 3 are printed out as 333, 222 and 111.

Since the image data is stored in the memory as the Set Copy Job, it is possible to do several edits such as Delete, Insert, Replace, Re-edit and All Cancel of the Edit Function. As for the Edit Function, refer to Edit Function on the page 3-129.

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[Outline of the Set Copy Mode]

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3.8.1

Explanation for Set Copy Job

In the Set Copy Mode, it is possible to scan some sheets of original successively to store their image data as one group in the memory without printing out. This group of stored image data is called Set Copy Job. Different from Copy Job of normal copy, one Set Copy Job consists of some image data of several originals. (If you scan some sheets of original successively by normal copy, each image is stored in the memory separately and one original corresponds to one Copy Job.)

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If you push the Start Key, the stored Set Copy Job is printed out from the printer depending on your set copy setting. It is possible to store new Set Copy Jobs in the memory by scanning originals when the printer is printing out the former Set Copy Job. When the printer has finished to print out the former Set Copy Job, it starts printing out the next Set Copy Job.

Note : Even if the capacity of memory is enough, the maximum storable number of Set Copy Job or image data is restricted as follows. 1. Maximum storable number of image data in 1 Set Copy Job is 99 image data (99 originals). 2. Maximum storable number of Set Copy Job in the Memory is 99 Set Copy Jobs. 3. When some Set Copy Jobs already exist in the memory, how many image data the memory can store more is not constant but is variant according to the numbers of existent Set Copy Job and image data. It can be shown by the following formula. 200 Number of present Set Copy Job Number of present all image data Number of Set Copy Job you will create = Maximum number of image data (Example) Memory has 2 Set Copy Jobs at present. The 1st one has 99 image data and the 2nd one has 60 image data. If you create 1 more Set Copy Job, you can scan 38 originals. (200 - 2 - (99+60) - 1 = 38) If you create 2 more Set Copy Jobs, you can scan 37 originals. (200 - 2 - (99+60) - 2 = 37)

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3.8.2

Set Copy in the Layout Mode

[Function] Layout Mode is a function to print images of the Set Copy Job on one sheet of copying media. There are 3 ways of layout including OFF Mode. 1. Layout a. (OFF Mode) Images are printed on separate sheets of copying media. Since images have to be printed separately in order to sort the copies, please select this way of layout when you wish to use Sort.

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2. Layout b. Images are printed on one sheet of copying media in 1 row.

Normally Layout b. is used together with the Auto Zoom Mode since you may have variant width of originals but it is preferable to print these images as wide as the copying media. If originals are different in width each other, therefore, they are scanned in different zoom ratios one by one automatically so that each image should be as wide as the copying media. The Auto Zoom Mode is automatically selected without pushing the Auto Zoom Key if only you validate the Set Copy Mode and select the Layout b.. As for the Auto Zoom Mode, refer to the page 3-28. If you do not wish to use the Auto Zoom Mode, refer to Reference on the page 3-110.

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3. Layout c. Images are printed on one sheet of copying media in 2 rows.

Layout c. is used together with the Auto Zoom Mode normally in order to reduce or enlarge each image to be half of copying media in width. If originals are different in width each other, they are scanned in different zoom ratios one by one automatically similar to the case of Layout b.. If neighboring 2 images are different in length after reduction or enlargement, corresponding margin is provided to the shorter one of them. The Auto Zoom Mode is automatically selected without pushing the Auto Zoom Key if only you validate the Set Copy Mode and select the Layout c.. As for the Auto Zoom Mode, refer to the page 3-28. If you do not wish to use the Auto Zoom Mode, refer to Reference on the page 3-110.

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[How to do Set Copy in the Layout Mode] 1) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD, and then select a roll media of your required size.

(Paper Key)

(Paper Setting Screen)

2) Push the Set Copy Key to enter the Set Copy Mode. The LED lamp of the Set Copy Key lights up in the Set Copy Mode.

3) Push the Layout/Sort Key to indicate the Layout/Sort Setting Screen on the LCD.

(Layout/Sort Key)

(Layout/Sort Setting Screen)

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4) Press any way of layout a., b. and c.. The selected way of layout is colored. If you select either Layout b. or Layout c., the Auto Zoom Mode is automatically selected and the LED lamp of the Auto Zoom Key lights up. Note : If you select either Layout b. or Layout c., it becomes impossible to select Sort.

5) Change each user settings as you like. And then, set the original to the scanner. Note : If you wish to change such image quality settings as Original Type, Background Mode, Despeckle Mode, Threshold and Sharpness (Density is excluded), make sure to change them before you scan the original since these settings work at the time of scanning in order to process the image data before it is sent and stored in the memory as the Set Copy Job. It is no use to change these settings after scanning. Since it is possible to do sample copy in the Set Copy Mode, check the result of copy for each original if required. (Image data is not added to the Set Copy Job even if you do Sample Copy in the Set Copy Mode.)

Make sure to change these settings before scanning.


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6) Push the Basic Screen Key to indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD. Layout/Sort is indicated if you selected either Layout b. or Layout c..

(Basic Screen Key)

(Basic Screen)

7) Push the Start Key to scan the original. Since the scanned image is not printed out but simply is stored in the memory, set the next original and scan it. The LCD indicates how much percent of memory is occupied with the image data. Note : It is possible to scan originals to make the Set Copy Job although the printer is printing out another Copy Job. (2% of memory is occupied now.)

8) Scan as many originals as you need. Note : If the memory is fully occupied with the image data during scan of some original, the LCD indicates the error message Memory is full. The image data of that original is not included in the Set Copy Job. As for formerly scanned originals, their image data are stored and it is possible to print them out pushing the Start Key. (Error message)

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9) Decide how many copies are printed. Input the number with Ten Keys in the same way as you decide the Copy Count. The maximum number is 999. 3 copies are printed.

10) Push the Start Key when no original is set to the scanner. The stored Set Copy Job is printed out in the selected way of layout. The Set Copy Mode is cancelled automatically, and the LED lamp of the Set Copy Key is put out at the time you push the Start Key.

(Notes) 1. If you selected either Layout b. or Layout c., it is necessary to cancel the Auto Zoom Mode manually after printing out since it continues to be valid although the Set Copy Mode is cancelled automatically. 2. Since the image data is stored in the memory as the Set Copy Job even after printing out, it is possible to do several edits such as Delete, Insert, Replace, Re-edit and All Cancel of the Edit Function. As for the Edit Function, refer to Edit Function on the page 3-129.

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[How to cancel the Set Copy Mode] There are 3 ways to cancel the Set Copy Mode. 1. If you print out the stored Set Copy Job normally pushing the Start Key, the Set Copy Mode is automatically cancelled. 2. If you have never scanned any original since you had entered the Set Copy Mode, it is possible to cancel the Set Copy Mode pushing the Set Copy Key again. 3. If you wish to give up for Set Copy although you have scanned some originals, cancel the Set Copy Mode by All Cancel. As for the All Cancel, refer to the page 3-141.

[How to cancel the Layout Mode] Select the Layout a. since it is OFF Mode.

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[Reference] If you select either Layout b. or Layout c., the Auto Zoom Mode is automatically selected and it decides the proper zoom ratio for each original one by one. However, it is possible not to use the Auto Zoom Mode but to decide the zoom ratio manually. Be careful of the following matters in this case. 1. In case of the Layout b. If the copy image is wider than the used roll media and its right side part goes out of the copying media because the zoom ratio is large, that part is lost. If the copy image is narrower than the used roll media because the zoom ratio is small, some margin is provided to the right of it to fill in the empty space.

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2. In case of the Layout c. The left half of used roll media is shared by left row image and right half is shared by right row image. If the used roll media is 36 inches wide as the following example, 18 inches wide area of the left half is the share of left row images and that of right half is right rows share. If the left row image is wider than its share because the selected zoom ratio is too large, the right side part of it invading to the right row is deleted by the right row image. If the left image is longer than the right one, however, some part of left image is written on the margin below the right image. (See the image A of the following copy.) If the right low image is wider than its share and its right side part goes out of the copying media because the selected zoom ratio is too large, that part is lost. (See the image B of the following copy.) If the image is narrower than its share because the selected zoom ratio is small, some margin is provided to the right of it to fill the empty space regardless of the row. (See both images C and D of the following copy.)

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3.8.3

Set Copy in the Sort Mode

[Function] It is possible to print out necessary sets of copies sorting the pages. There are 4 ways of sort such as Sort a., Sort b., Sort c. and Sort d.. It is necessary to select Layout a. to select these ways of sort. Sort a. Sort b. Sort c. Sort d. Scanned images 1, 2 and 3 are printed out as 123, 123 and 123. Scanned images 1, 2 and 3 are printed out as 321, 321 and 321. Scanned images 1, 2 and 3 are printed out as 111, 222 and 333. Scanned images 1, 2 and 3 are printed out as 333, 222 and 111. 1st original 2nd original 3rd original

Memory

Sort a.

Sort b.

Sort c.

Sort d.

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[How to do Set Copy in the Sort Mode] 1) Push the Paper Key to indicate the Paper Setting Screen on the LCD, and then select a roll media of your required size.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

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12" 11" 9" 8.5"

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

(Paper Key)

(Paper Setting Screen)

2) Push the Set Copy Key to enter the Set Copy Mode. The LED lamp of the Set Copy Key lights up in the Set Copy Mode.
CONCURRENT CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C /R /L

7 4 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

3) Push the Layout/Sort Key to indicate the Layout/Sort Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Scan 1
PAPER ZOOM IMAGE QUALITY

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c.

Print(Layout) a. 1 2 3 4 b. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

2
FUNCTION DATE STAMP LAYOUT/SORT

3 4

Sort

(Layout/Sort Key)

(Layout/Sort Setting Screen)

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4) Since it is necessary to select the Layout a. in order to select Sort, press Layout a. if not selected. Sort in the LCD is validated.
0% Scan 1 2 3 4 a. 1 2 3 4 Print(Layout) b. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 c.

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Scan 1 2 3 4 a. 1 2 3 4 Print(Layout) b. 1 2 3 4

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c.

1 2 3 4

Sort

Sort

5) Press Sort to select the Sort Mode. The Sort Setting Screen is indicated on the LCD.
0% Scan 1 2 3 4 a. 1 2 3 4 Print(Layout) b. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 c.
1 2 3

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Scan Print(Sort)

0%

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d.

a.
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3

b.
3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1

c.
1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1

Sort

Back

(Sort Setting Screen) 6) Press your required way of sort. The selected way of sort is colored.
0% Scan Print(Sort)

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Scan Print(Sort)

0%

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d.

a.
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3

b.
3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1

c.
1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

d.
3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 3

a.
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3

b.
3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1

c.
1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1

Back

Back

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7) Change several settings such as Threshold Level and Density if required. Note : If you wish to change such image quality settings as Original Type, Background Mode, Despeckle Mode, Threshold and Sharpness (Density is excluded), make sure to change them before you scan the original since these settings work at the time of scanning in order to process the image data before it is sent and stored in the memory as the Set Copy Job. It is no use to change these settings after scanning. Since it is possible to do sample copy in the Set Copy Mode, check the result of copy for each original if required. (Image data is not added to the Set Copy Job even if you do Sample Copy in the Set Copy Mode.)

Original Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle

Threshold

Auto Sharpness Density

Make sure to change these settings before scanning. 8) Set the original to the scanner, and then push the Start Key to scan it. Since the scanned image is not printed out but simply is stored in the memory, set the next original and scan it. Scan as many originals as you need in this way. The LCD indicates how much percent of memory is occupied with the image data.

STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/L

(2% of memory is occupied now.)


2% Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom

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Image Quality Line Background

Layout/Sort
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(Notes) 1. It is possible to scan originals to make the Set Copy Job although the printer is printing out another Copy Job. 2. If the memory is fully occupied with the image data during scan of some original, the LCD indicates the error message Memory is full. The image data of that original is not included in the Set Copy Job. As for formerly scanned originals, their image data are stored and it is possible to print them out pushing the Start Key. (Error message)
Memory is full Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% Zoom 98%

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Image Quality Line Background [Threshold] Auto

Layout/Sort

9) Pushing Ten Keys in the Basic Screen in the same way as you decide the Copy Count, decide how many sets of copies are printed. The maximum number of sets is 999. (12 sets of copies are printed.)

CONCURRENT

35% Paper Zoom

SET COPY

012

PRINT

Image Quality Line Background

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0%

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

[Threshold] Auto

Layout/Sort

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10) Push the Start Key when no original is set to the scanner. The scanned image data is printed out in the selected way of sort. The Set Copy Mode is cancelled automatically, and the LED lamp of the Set Copy Key is put out at the time you push the Start Key.
/R

STOP/ EJECT

START

/L

Note : Since the image data is stored in the memory as the Set Copy Job even after printing out, it is possible to do several edits such as Delete, Insert, Replace, Re-edit and All Cancel of the Edit Function. As for the Edit Function, refer to Edit Function on the page 3-129.

[How to cancel the Set Copy Mode] There are 3 ways to cancel the Set Copy Mode. 1. If you print out the stored Set Copy Job normally pushing the Start Key, the Set Copy Mode is automatically cancelled. 2. If you have never scanned any original since you had entered the Set Copy Mode, it is possible to cancel it pushing the Set Copy Key again. 3. If you wish to give up for Set Copy although you have scanned some originals, cancel the Set Copy Mode by All Cancel. As for the All Cancel, refer to the page 3-141. [How to cancel the Sort Mode] Select the Sort a. to cancel the Sort Mode.
Scan Print(Sort) 0%

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d.

a.
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3

b.
3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1

c.
1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1

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[Reference] If originals are different in width each other, we recommend you to use either Auto Paper Mode or Auto Zoom Mode when you do Set Copy in the Sort Mode. 1. If you select the Auto Paper Mode, the suitable roll media is automatically selected for each copy image. (Example) Originals width Zoom ratio Way of Sort Number of sets 18, 36 and 12 100.0% Sort a. 3 sets are printed.

Original 1 (18 inches wide)

Original 2 (36 inches wide)

Original 3 (12 inches wide)

Scan in 100.0%

Scan in 100.0%

Scan in 100.0%

Memory

1st set

2nd set

3rd set

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2. If you select the Auto Zoom Mode, all images are automatically reduced or enlarged so that they should become as wide as the used roll media. As the result, printed copies are same in width. (Example) Originals width Used roll media Way of Sort Number of sets
Original 1 (18 inches wide)

18, 36 and 12 24 inches wide roll Sort a. 3 sets are printed.


Original 2 (36 inches wide) Original 3 (12 inches wide)

Scan in 133.3%

Scan in 66.7%

Scan in 200.0%

Memory

1st set

2nd set

3rd set

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3.8.4

Concurrent Print Mode (Check Set)

[Function] In the Set Copy Mode, the scanned image data is not printed out but is stored in the memory as the Set Copy Job. Therefore, it is impossible to know the result of scan until you print it out pushing the Start Key. If you scan originals in the Set Copy Mode validating the Concurrent Print Mode, however, one sheet of copy is printed out per an original while storing the image data in the memory. If you do not satisfy the result when you check the printout, therefore, it is possible to delete or replace that image by the Edit Function before printing out all image data (Set Copy Job) pushing the Start Key. As for the Edit Function, refer to the page 3-129. [How to validate the Concurrent Print Mode] Push the Concurrent Print Key to validate the Concurrent Print Mode before scanning the original in the Set Copy Mode. The LED lamp of the Concurrent Key lights up.
CONCURRENT CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C /R /L

7 4 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

[How to cancel the Concurrent Print Mode] Cancel the Concurrent Print Mode pushing the Concurrent Print Key when its indicator is lighting up. The LED lamp of the Concurrent Print Key is put out. [Reference] It is possible to do Concurrent Print when the printer is printing out the former Copy Job. Whenever you scan the original, the printer stops printing the former Copy Job in the middle and prints out the copy of scanned original with priority. When the copy of scanned original has been printed out, the former Copy Job is re-started.

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3.9

Mode Memory

If you push the Mode Memory Key below the LCD, the Mode Memory Selection Screen is indicated on the LCD and it becomes possible to select and call your preferable Mode Memory. The LED lamp of the Mode Memory Key lights up when the LCD is indicating the Mode Memory Selection Screen.
0% 1
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

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6 7 8 9 10 Call

2 3

Mode Memory Count :10 Roll 2 150.0% Line/Photo Background

Synchro

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

4 5

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :5 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Next Page

(Mode Memory Key)

(Mode Memory Selection Screen)

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3.9.1

Calling the Mode Memory

[Function] Mode Memory is a convenient function to change several user settings easily to your preferable conditions that you registered in advance. If you often do copying changing several settings in a specific state, it is possible to register that state of settings as the Mode Memory (Creation of Mode Memory). If only you call the created Mode Memory, you can easily change each user setting to the registered condition without losing the time. It is possible to select any of 10 different kinds of Mode Memory. In the Mode Memory Selection Screen, you can just select your preferable Mode Memory and call it. As for the way to create the Mode Memory, refer to Mode Memory (Creation and deletion of Mode Memory) on the page 3-157. [How to call the Mode Memory] 1) Push the Mode Memory Key to indicate the Mode Memory Selection Screen on the LCD. The screen indicates the state of each user setting registered to the selected Mode Memory Number.
0% 1
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

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6 7 8 9 10 Call

2 3

Mode Memory Count :10 Roll 2 150.0% Line/Photo Background

Synchro

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

4 5

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :5 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Next Page

(Mode Memory Key)

(Mode Memory Selection Screen)

Note : If the Mode Memory is not created on some Mode Memory Number at present, that number is colored with gray and it is impossible to select it. If no Mode Memory is created at present, the states of settings are not indicated and Mode Memory Numbers from 1 to 10, Call and Next Page become gray.
0% 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Call Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 250.0% Line Background

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Mode Memory 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Call Next Page

0%

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Synchro

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :2 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :2 Next Page

(Mode Memories are created on No.1, 2 and 3.)

(No Mode Memory is created at present.)

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2) Press your required Mode Memory Number. That Mode Memory Number is colored. Since the LCD indicates states of user settings registered to that Mode Memory Number, check these states.
0% 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Call Mode Memory Count :10 Roll 2 150.0% Line/Photo Background

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Call Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 3 170.0% Line/Photo Background

0%

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Synchro

Standard

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :5 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Next Page

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :2 Next Page

3) If you press Next Page, states of the other user settings are indicated on the next page. Check these states before you call this Mode Memory. If you press Prev Page, it is possible to go back to the previous page.
0% 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Call Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 3 170.0% Line/Photo Background

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Call

Standard

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :2 Next Page

0% Mode Memory Shift :R20.00" T.Edge:0.00" L.Edge:2.00" Date Stamp Print :OFF D/M/Y Position :Top Left Rotate :0 X Shift :0.00" Y Shift :0.00" Layout :a Sort :a Prev Page

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4) If you wish to call this Mode Memory, press Call. The state of each user setting on the operation panel will become same with the state you have checked at the above 2) and 3). After calling, the LCD indicates the Basic Screen. Note : Both previous page and next one have Call.
0% 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Call

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Paper 3:24" Film Standard 170.0% Zoom

0%

001

Mode Memory Shift :R20.00" L.Edge:2.00" T.Edge:0.00" Date Stamp Print :OFF D/M/Y Position :Top Left Rotate :0 X Shift :0.00" Y Shift :0.00" Layout :a Sort :a Prev Page

Image Quality Line/Photo Background [Threshold] Auto

Function

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3.10

Menu Settings

If you push the Menu Key below the LCD, the Menu Screen is indicated on the LCD. The LED lamp of the Menu Key lights up when the LCD is indicating the Menu Screen. The Menu Screen has 4 kinds of main menu. You can change and decide the following settings in each menu. 1. Original (a) Changing originals size 2. Edit (Concerning to Set Copy) (a) Re-edit (b) Delete (c) Insert (d) Replace (e) All Cancel 3. Setting (Concerning to the condition of usage) (a) Register Zoom Ratio (b) Original Format (c) Auto Start (d) Standard Mode (e) Mode Memory (f) Memory (g) Date / Time (h) SCSI 4. Command (a) Initial Cut (b) Wire Cleaning (c) Information
0% Menu Original
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

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Edit
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

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3.10.1
[Function]

Original

When you set the original to the scanner, the scanner automatically detects its width and indicates the detected size on the LCD. If you select another original size than the detected one here, it is possible to place the copy image at another place on the copying media, and it is also possible to copy only some part of originals image. (Example 1) If you have only 24 inches wide copying media and you will copy an 18 inches wide original by 100% zoom, the result of copy is as follows normally. Original (18 inches) Copy (24 inches)

KIP

KIP

If you wish to place the image at the horizontal center of the copying media, select 24 inches as the original size. Original (18 inches) Copy (24 inches)

KIP

KIP

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(Example 2) If you copy an 36 inches wide original using an 18 inches wide copying media by 100% zoom, only the right front image is copied as follows normally. Original (36 inches) Copy (18 inches)

If you select 18 inches as the original size at this time, it is possible to copy the central front image. Original (36 inches) Copy (18 inches)

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[Operation] 1) Set the original to the scanner. Originals size is detected automatically and is indicated on the LCD.
Original:24" Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0% [Threshold] Auto Zoom 0%

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Image Quality Line Background

2) Push the Menu Key to indicate the Menu Screen on the LCD.
Original:24" Menu Original
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

0%

001

Edit
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

3) Press Original to indicate the Original Size Setting Screen on the LCD.
Original:24" Menu Original Edit 0%

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Original:24" Original Size 36" 34" 30" 18" 17" 12" 11"

0%

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Setting Command

24"

22" 8.5"

Back

(Original Size Setting Screen)

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4) Press your required original size. The selected original size is colored, and the original size indicated at the top of the LCD is changed.
Original:24" Original Size 36" 34" 30" 24" 18" 17" 12" 11" Back 0%

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Original:18" Original Size 36" 34" 30" 24" 18" 17" 12" 11"

0%

001

22" 8.5"

22" 8.5"

Back

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3.10.2
[Function]

Edit Function

In the Set Copy Mode, scanned image data of several originals are stored in the memory as the Set Copy Job. By the Edit Function, it is possible to do the following works for the stored Set Copy Job. Re-edit Delete Insert Replace All Cancel It is possible to call back the Set Copy Job which has been printed out already. Some originals data can be deleted from the Set Copy Job. After making the Set Copy Job, it is possible to scan more original and to add its image data to the stored Set Copy Job. If you do not satisfy the copying result of some original, it is possible to replace that image with the re-scanned one. It is possible to delete the Set Copy Job and all its image data from the memory.

Note : Please understand the Edit Function is not the function to edit the scanned image data itself but to edit the Set Copy Job.

[How to indicate the Page Edit Screen] The operation of Edit Function is done in the Page Edit Screen. 1) Push the Menu Key to indicate the Menu Screen on the LCD.
23% Menu Original
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

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Edit
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Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

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2) Press Edit to indicate the Page Edit Screen.


23% Menu Original Edit

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Page Edit P.1/10

23%

001

Delete

Insert

Replace

Setting Command Re Edit All Cancel Back

(Page Edit Screen)

Note : If the Set Copy Mode is cancelled, all setting items except for Back becomes invalid.

0% Page Edit

001

Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

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A. Re-edit [Function] Even if you have printed out the Set Copy Job pushing the Start Key, it is still stored in the memory. It is possible to call back the Set Copy Job by the Re-edit Function to make it possible to print it out again or to edit it by such functions as Delete, Insert and Replace. However, note that it becomes impossible to call back the Set Copy Job in the following cases since it is deleted from the memory. 1. In case you have scanned the next original before calling back the Set Copy Job. 2. In case you have done All Cancel. (As for All Cancel, refer to the page 3-141.) 3. In case the data in the memory have been cleared by way of Auto Clear or Clear. (As for these functions, refer to Memory on the page 3-161.) [How to call back the Set Copy Job] 1) You have already printed out the stored Set Copy Job pushing the Start Key and the Set Copy Mode has been cancelled. 2) Press Re-Edit in the Page Edit Screen to call back the Set Copy Job. The Set Copy Mode is validated and it becomes possible to edit the Set Copy Job since setting items Delete, Insert and Replace in the Page Edit Screen are validated. The LED lamp of the Set Copy Key lights up and the Set Copy Mode is validated.
23% Page Edit

001
Page Edit P.1/10

23%

001

Delete

Insert

Replace

Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

POWER SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

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3) If you would like to print out the called Set Copy Job without editing, push the Start Key since the LED lamp of it lights up.

STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/L

4) If you would like to edit the Set Copy Job by Delete, Insert and Replace, refer to the later pages.

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B. Delete [Function] If you do not satisfy the result of scan of some original because the selected Threshold Level was not proper or because the original was skewed, for example, it is possible to delete its image data from the Set Copy Job.

Order of images to be copied (Same with the scanned order)

1 2 1 2

3 4 5 3 4 5

6 7 8 6 7 8

9 10 9 10

(Set Copy Job before the deletion)

Delete

5 1 2 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 7 8 9 10 9 10

Order of images to be copied

1 2 1 2

3 4

6 7 8

9 10 9

3 4 5

6 7 8

(Set Copy Job after the deletion)

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[How to delete the image data] (Example) You have a Set Copy Job that has image data of 10 originals. Now you will delete the image data of 5th original from the Set Copy Job. 1) The Page Edit Screen indicates the contents of the Set Copy Job as P.1/10. P.1 means the 1st page and /10 means the Set Copy Job has image data of 10 originals. Since you will delete the image data of 5th original, indicate P.5/10 pressing and . It is also possible to indicate P.5/10 pushing the 5 of Ten Keys. If you inputted a wrong number, clear it pushing the Clear Key.
23% Page Edit P.1/10

001

Delete

Insert

Replace 23% Page Edit

001

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

P.5/10

Delete
CONCURRENT

Insert

Replace

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

2) Press Delete in the Page Edit Screen to delete the image data of 5th original from the Set Copy Job. Since the Set Copy Job has 9 original images after the deletion, the Page Edit Screen indicates P.5/9.
23% Page Edit P.5/10

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Page Edit P.5/9

21%

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Delete

Insert

Replace

Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

3) If you would like to print out the edited Set Copy Job, push the Start Key.
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C. Insert [Function] Whenever you scan the original, its image data is normally provided to the Set Copy Job as the last image data. If you use the Insert Function, it is possible to insert the newly scanned image data not to the last of Set Copy Job but to the middle of it.

Order of images to be copied (Same with the scanned order)

1 2 1 2

3 4 5 3 4 5

6 7 8 6 7 8

9 10 9 10

(Set Copy Job before the insertion)

Insert

A 1 2 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6 5 6 7 8 9 10 7 8 9 10

Order of images to be copied

1 2 1 2

3 4 3 4

A 5 6 5 6

7 8 9 10

7 8 9 10 11

(Set Copy Job after the insertion)

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[How to insert the image data] (Example) You have a Set Copy Job that has image data of 10 originals. Now you will provide the image data of original A to the Set Copy Job inserting between 4th and 5th images. 1) Press Insert in the Page Edit Screen to validate the Insert Function. Insert is colored when validated.
23% Page Edit P.1/10

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Page Edit P.1/10

23%

001

Delete

Insert

Replace

Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

2) The Page Edit Screen indicates the contents of the Set Copy Job as P.1/10. P.1 means the 1st page and /10 means the Set Copy Job has image data of 10 originals. If you wish to insert the newly scanned image data between 4th and 5th images, indicate P.5/10 pressing and . The newly scanned image is inserted before the selected image. It is also possible to indicate P.5/10 pushing the 5 of Ten Keys. If you inputted a wrong number, clear it pushing the Clear Key.

23% Page Edit P.1/10

001

Delete

Insert

Replace 23% Page Edit

001

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

P.5/10

Delete
CONCURRENT

Insert

Replace

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

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3) Scan the original to add its image to the Set Copy Job. It is provided to the Set Copy Job as 5th image. Since the Set Copy Job has 11 images totally after the insertion, the Page Edit Screen indicates P.5/11.
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Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

4) If you wish to insert more images to the Set Copy Job, do it in the same way. 5) When you have finished to insert, press Insert to cancel the Insert Function.
25% Page Edit P.5/11

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Page Edit P.5/11

25%

001

Delete

Insert

Replace

Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

6) If you would like to print out the edited Set Copy Job, push the Start Key.

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D. Replace [Function] It is possible to replace some image data in the Set Copy Job with the image data of newly scanned original. If you do not satisfy the result of scan of some original because the selected Threshold Level was not proper or because the original was skewed, for example, replace that image with the rescanned one.

Order of images to be copied (Same with the scanned order)

1 2 1 2

3 4 5 3 4 5

6 7 8 6 7 8

9 10 9 10

(Set Copy Job before the replacement)

Replace

1 2 1 2

3 4 3 4 5

6 7 6

8 9 10 9 10

7 8

Order of images to be copied

1 2 1 2

3 4 3 4

A 6 7 5 6

8 9 10

7 8 9 10

(Set Copy Job after the replacement)

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[How to replace the image data] (Example) You have a Set Copy Job that has image data of 10 originals. Now you will replace the image data of 5th original with that of newly scanned original A. 1) Press Replace in the Page Edit Screen to validate the Replace Function. Replace is colored when validated.
23% Page Edit P.1/10

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Page Edit P.1/10

23%

001

Delete

Insert

Replace

Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

2) The Page Edit Screen indicates the contents of the Set Copy Job as P.1/10. P.1 means the 1st page and /10 means the Set Copy Job has image data of 10 originals. Since you will replace the image data of 5th original with that of newly scanned original A, indicate P.5/10 pressing and . It is also possible to indicate P.5/10 pushing the 5 of Ten Keys. If you inputted a wrong number, clear it pushing the Clear Key.

23% Page Edit P.1/10

001

Delete

Insert

Replace 23% Page Edit

001

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

P.5/10

Delete
CONCURRENT

Insert

Replace

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

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3) Scan the original. Its image data is replaced with the 5th image of the Set Copy Job.

4) If you have more original to replace, do it in the same way. 5) When you have finished to replace, press Replace to cancel the Replace Function.
23% Page Edit P.5/10

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Page Edit P.5/10

23%

001

Delete

Insert

Replace

Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

6) If you would like to print out the edited Set Copy Job, push the Start Key.

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E. All Cancel [Function] It is possible to delete the stored Set Copy Job from the memory as well as to cancel the Set Copy Mode. If you do All Cancel, therefore, it becomes impossible to call back and to re-edit the Set Copy Job by the Re-edit Function. [How to do All Cancel] Press All Cancel in the Page Edit Screen to delete the Set Copy Job from the Memory. The Set Copy Mode is cancelled and LED lamps of Set Copy Key and Start Key are put out. All setting items in the Page Edit Screen become invalid.
23% Page Edit P.5/10

001
Page Edit

0%

001

Delete

Insert

Replace

Delete

Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

POWER SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

POWER SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

STOP/ EJECT

STOP/ EJECT

/R

START

/R

START

/L

/L

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3.10.3
[Function]

Setting

It is possible to change the following settings concerning to the condition of usage as you like in the Setting Screen. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Memory Date / Time SCSI
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Memory Date/Time SCSI

Note : If you register the setting of the above items after changing, that changed setting will be valid even if you turn off the machine. If you do not register it, it will be valid until you turn off the machine. Make sure to read How to register the setting on the next page.

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A. How to register the setting If you have changed the setting of some item in the Setting Screen, it is possible to register that setting. If you do so, that setting will be valid later on even if you turn off the machine unless you change it again in the Setting Screen. The following is the way to register the setting. 1) Push the Menu Key to indicate the Menu Screen on the LCD.
0% Menu Original
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Edit
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

2) Press Setting in the Menu Screen to indicate the Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Menu Original Edit

001

Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Memory Date/Time SCSI

Setting Mode Memory Command Set Back

(Menu Screen)

(Setting Screen)

3) Press the item you will change. Corresponding screen is indicated on the LCD according to your selection of item. The following example shows the Standard Mode Setting Screen.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Set Memory Date/Time SCSI Standard Mode Count :1 Roll 1 100.0% Line Background

Synchro

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Reset Next Page Back

(Standard Mode Setting Screen) 4) Change each setting as you like in the selected screen. As for the way to change, refer to later corresponding pages.

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5) When you have finished to change the setting, press Back in each screen to go back to the Setting Screen. The item of which setting you have changed is colored at this time.
Standard Mode Count :1 Roll 1 100.0% Line Background Register Zoom Ratio Synchro Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Setting Memory Date/Time SCSI

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Set Reset Next Page Back

6) Decide whether or not you register the setting you have changed. If you would like to register the setting, press Set in the Setting Screen. The item on the LCD is not colored any longer after the registration. The registered setting will be valid later on even if you turn off the machine
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Memory Date/Time SCSI Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Setting Memory Date/Time SCSI

(Before registering the setting) If you would not like to register the setting, do nothing more in the Setting Screen but indicate another screen such as the Basic Screen. The item is left colored and the setting is valid until you turn off the machine.

(After registering the setting)


Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Memory Date/Time SCSI

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B. Register Zoom Ratio [Function] The following zoom ratios are called Standard Zoom Ratios that have been registered to the Standard Zoom Frame as the default setting at factory forwarding. It is possible to select them easily pressing Reduce or Enlarge in the Zoom Setting Screen since they are used often for reduction and enlargement of standard size as 24 inches to 36 inches and 18 inches to 12 inches. Reduction standard zoom ratios : 25.0%, 45.0%, 50.0%, and 66.7% Enlargement standard zoom ratios : 133.3%, 150.0%, 200.0%, 300.0% and 400.0% If you have another zoom ratio you often use, it is possible to add it to the Standard Zoom Frame in order to make it possible to select it easily pressing Reduce or Enlarge in the Zoom Setting Screen. This added zoom ratio is called Register Zoom Ratio. The scanner has 2 kinds of Standard Zoom Frame such as Reduction Frame and Enlargement Frame. Each frame can have 10 zoom ratios in maximum including the above Standard Zoom Ratios. It is possible to add 6 Register Zoom Ratios to the Reduction Frame for example. It is possible to delete not only Register Zoom Ratio but also the above default Standard Zoom Ratios from the Standard Zoom Frame if it is not required. It is also possible to delete all Register Zoom Ratios from the Standard Zoom Frame by Reset.

[How to register the zoom ratio] 1) Press Register Zoom Ratio in the Setting Screen to indicate the Register Zoom Ratio Setting Screen on the LCD.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Delete Add Reset Back Memory Date/Time SCSI Reduce 100.0% 100% Enlarge Register Zoom Ratio

(Register Zoom Ratio Setting Screen)

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2) Indicate your preferable zoom ratio in the Register Zoom Ratio Setting Screen pressing Or input the zoom ratio directly with Ten Keys. (Example : You will register 120.0%.)
Register Zoom Ratio

and

100.0% Reduce 100% Enlarge Register Zoom Ratio

Delete

Add

Reset

Back Reduce

120.0% 100% Enlarge

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

Delete

Add

Reset

Back

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

3) Press Add to add the indicated zoom ratio to the Standard Zoom Frame. If the zoom ratio is smaller than 100.0%, it is registered to the Reduction Frame automatically. If it is larger than 100.0%, it is registered to the Enlargement Frame.

Register Zoom Ratio

120.0% Reduce 100% Enlarge

Delete

Add

Reset

Back

Note : If the Standard Zoom Frame has 10 zoom ratios already, it is impossible to register the indicated zoom ratio unless you delete some zoom ratio. If you would like to delete, refer to the next page. 4) If you wish to let the Register Zoom Ratio be valid later on even if you turn off the machine, register it making reference to How to register the setting on the page 3-143.

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[How to delete the Register Zoom Ratio from the Standard Zoom Frame] 1) Indicate the zoom ratio you will delete in the Registered Zoom Ratio Setting Screen pressing Reduce and Enlarge.
Register Zoom Ratio

120.0% Reduce 100% Enlarge

Delete

Add

Reset

Back

2) Press Delete to delete the indicated zoom ratio from the Standard Zoom Frame. Note : It is impossible to delete 100.0% although it is indicated in the Register Zoom Ratio Setting Screen.

Register Zoom Ratio

120.0% Reduce 100% Enlarge

Delete

Add

Reset

Back

[How to reset the Standard Zoom Frame] 1) Press Reset in the Register Zoom Ratio Setting Screen. All Register Zoom Ratios are deleted from the Standard Zoom Frame (Both reduction frame and enlargement frame), and all deleted Standard Zoom Ratios are recovered.
Register Zoom Ratio

120.0% Reduce 100% Enlarge

Delete

Add

Reset

Back

After resetting the Standard Zoom Frame, the contents of it becomes as follows. Reduction standard zoom ratios : 25.0%, 45.0%, 50.0%, and 66.7% Enlargement standard zoom ratios : 133.3%, 150.0%, 200.0%, 300.0% and 400.0%

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C. Original Format [Function] If you set the original to the scanner, its size is automatically detected and displayed on the LCD as 18, 17, 22 and 24. Distinction between Engineering and Architecture is done based on the original format setting decided here. Engineering : 36, 30, 24, 18, 12 and 8.5 Architecture : 36, 34, 22, 17, 11 and 8.5 [How to change the Original Format] 1) Press Original Format in the Setting Screen to indicate the Original Format Setting Screen on the LCD.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Back Memory Date/Time SCSI Architecture Original Format

Engineering

(Original Format Setting Screen) 2) Press another original format if you wish to change. The selected original format is colored.
Original Format Original Format

Architecture

Architecture

Engineering

Engineering

Back

Back

3) If you wish to let the selected original format be valid later on even if you turn off the machine, register it making reference to How to register the setting on the page 3-143.

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D. Auto Start [Function] When you set the original to the scanner, it is automatically scanned without pushing the Start Key if the Auto Start is validated. When the Auto Start is valid, it is possible to decide how many seconds later the Auto Start function should start scanning since you have set the original. (From 1 second to 10 seconds) Note : If you wish to do Sample Copy when the Auto Start is valid, push the Sample Key before the Auto Start function starts scanning. [Operation] 1) Press Auto Start in the Setting Screen to indicate the Auto Start Setting Screen on the LCD.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Back Memory Date/Time SCSI 2Sec Auto Start

Auto Start

(Auto Start Setting Screen) 2) Press Auto Start to validate the Auto Start. It is colored when validated.
Auto Start Auto Start

Auto Start

2Sec

Auto Start

2Sec

Back

Back

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3) Decide how many seconds later the Auto Start function should start scanning since you have set the original. The time can be changed pressing and on the LCD or pushing Ten Keys. (Example : Auto Start will start scanning 8 seconds later.)
Auto Start

Auto Start

2Sec

Auto Start

Back Auto Start

8Sec

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

Back

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

4) If you wish to let the Auto Start be valid later on even if you turn off the machine, register it making reference to How to register the setting on the page 3-143.

[How to cancel the Auto Start] Cancel the Auto Start pressing Auto Start when it is colored.
Auto Start Auto Start

Auto Start

8Sec

Auto Start

8Sec

Back

Back

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E. Standard Mode [Function] When the following user settings are reset, they are initialized according to the Standard Mode to which default conditions of the following settings are registered. (If you push the Reset Key to initialize these settings, they become always same default conditions. For example, the zoom ratio becomes 100.0% and Background Mode is selected if you push the Reset Key. This is because it is registered to the Standard Mode how each setting should become when it is reset.) It is possible to register the following setting items to the Standard Mode changing their default conditions to your preferable ones.) If you often do copying in the condition as Cut Mode is Standard Cut, Image type is Photo and Zoom ratio is 200.0%, for example, register these conditions to the Standard Mode as default conditions. After the registration, you do not have to lose the time to decide these settings manually but you can call them easily pushing the Reset Key. The following setting items can be registered to the Standard Mode. Note that the bolded items are not indicated in the Standard Mode Setting Screen although they are registrable. The condition written to the right of each item is the default condition registered at factory forwarding. Concerning to Basic Screen Registrable item Copy Count Concerning to copying media setting Registrable item Roll media Bypass (a) Automatic sheet size selection (ON or OFF) (b) Sheet media size (c) Material of sheet media Cut Mode (Synchro Cut or Standard Cut) (a) Cut size (In case of the Standard Cut) Divide Concerning to zoom setting Registrable item Zoom ratio % Mode Media Size Mode (original size, copy size and zoom ratio) Zoom Program Mode (original size, copy size and zoom ratio) XY Zoom Mode (Original size, copy size and zoom ratio) Default condition at factory forwarding 1 sheet

Default condition at factory forwarding Roll 1 OFF OFF 36 Plain Paper Synchro 36 OFF

Default condition at factory forwarding 100% ON OFF OFF OFF

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Concerning to image quality setting Registrable item Originals image type Background Despeckle Threshold (Auto or Threshold Levels from 1 to 17) Sharpness Density Concerning to function setting Registrable item Centering (On or OFF) Shift Leading Edge Trailing Edge Folder Mirror Image Mode Negative Image Mode Concerning to date stamp setting Registrable item Date Stamp print (ON or OFF) Position Rotate X shift Y shift Change (Order of date and time) Detail (Type of Date Stamp) Concerning to layout / sort setting Registrable item Way of layout Way of sort Others Registrable item Auto Paper Mode Auto Zoom Mode Rotate Mode

Default condition at factory forwarding Line ON OFF Auto 3 3

Default condition at factory forwarding OFF 0.00 0.00 0.00 OFF OFF OFF

Default condition at factory forwarding OFF Left front 0 degree 0.00 0.00 Y/M/D 2000/01/01 12:00

Default condition at factory forwarding Layout a Sort a

Default condition at factory forwarding OFF OFF OFF

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[How to check the contents of Standard Mode] Before you change default conditions of user settings, check how they are currently registered to the Standard Mode. 1) Push the Reset Key to reset all user settings. Note : Since the following Standard Mode Setting Screen indicates not the default condition of each setting but the present condition of it, make sure to reset all settings before indicating it.
POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

2) Press Standard Mode in the Setting Screen to indicate the Standard Mode Setting Screen on the LCD. Since default conditions of some user settings are indicated in the screen, check them.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Set Memory Date/Time SCSI Standard Mode Count :1 Roll 1 100.0% Line Background

Synchro

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Reset Next Page Back

(Standard Mode Setting Screen) 3) Press Next Page to indicate the next page of Standard Mode Setting Screen. Check default conditions of other user settings.
Standard Mode Count :1 Roll 1 100.0% Line Background standard mode Shift :0.00" L.Edge:0.00" T.Edge:0.00" Date Stamp Print :OFF D/M/Y Position :Top Left Rotate :0 X Shift :0.00" Y Shift :0.00" Layout :a Sort :a Set Reset Prev Page Back

Synchro

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Set Reset Next Page Back

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[How to register default conditions to the Standard Mode] Register your preferable default conditions of user settings to the Standard Mode in the following way. Register without anxiety since it is possible to recover default conditions decided at factory forwarding. 1) Firstly change each setting to the condition you will register to the Standard Mode. Change as many settings as you need in the usual way. Example : You will register 200.0% and Auto Paper Mode ON as default conditions.
0% Mode % Media Size Zoom Program
200.0%
CONCURRENT

001
POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

Zoom

RESET

SET COPY

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

XY Zoom

Reduce

100%

Enlarge

2) Push the Menu Key to indicate the Menu Screen on the LCD.
0% Menu Original
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Edit
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

3) Press Setting in the Menu Screen to indicate the Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Menu Original Edit

001

Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Memory Date/Time SCSI

Setting Mode Memory Command Set Back

(Menu Screen)

(Setting Screen)

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4) Press Standard Mode in the Setting Screen to indicate the Standard Mode Setting Screen on the LCD. Since the present conditions of settings are indicated in the screen, confirm that the changes you have done are indicated on the screen. Note : Conditions of some setting items such as the Auto Paper Mode are not indicated in the Standard Mode Setting Screen. As for these kinds of setting item, refer to the list on the page 3-151.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Set Memory Date/Time SCSI Standard Mode Count :1 Roll 1 200.0% Line Background

Synchro

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Reset Next Page Back

(200.0% is indicated.) 5) Indicate the next page of Standard Mode Setting Screen pressing Next Page if required.
Standard Mode Count :1 Roll 1 200.0% Line Background standard mode Shift :0.00" L.Edge:0.00" T.Edge:0.00" Date Stamp Print :OFF D/M/Y Position :Top Left Rotate :0 X Shift :0.00" Y Shift :0.00" Layout :a Sort :a Set Reset Prev Page Back

Synchro

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Set Reset Next Page Back

6) Press Set to register the present condition of each user setting to the Standard Mode as the default condition. After the registration, you will be able to select 200.0% and Auto Paper Mode pushing the Reset Key.

Standard Mode Count :1 Roll 1 200.0% Line Background

Synchro

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Set Reset Next Page Back

7) If you wish to let the changed Standard Mode be valid later on even if you turn off the machine, register it making reference to How to register the setting on the page 3-143.

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[How to reset the Standard Mode] Press Reset to reset the Standard Mode. If you reset the Standard Mode, you can recover default conditions decided at factory forwarding.
Standard Mode Count :1 Roll 1 200.0% Line Background

Synchro

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Set Reset Next Page Back

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F. Mode Memory (Creation and deletion of Mode Memory) [Function] Mode Memory is a convenient function to change several user settings easily to your preferable Conditions that you registered in advance. Similar to the Standard Mode, it is possible to register your preferable condition of settings to the Mode Memory. Since registrable setting items of Mode Memory are same with those of Standard Mode, refer to the list on the page 3-151. It is possible to create 10 different kinds of Mode Memory in maximum. If only you call any one of created Mode Memories, you can easily change several user settings to your preferable conditions without losing the time. In the Menu Mode, it is possible to create new Mode Memory or to delete the existent Mode Memory. Note that the created Mode Memory is called in the Mode Memory Selection Screen. As for the way to call it, refer to Calling the Mode Memory on the page 3-122.

[Reference] Use Standard Mode and Mode Memory differently although they are similar. 1. You only have to push the Reset Key in order to change each user setting to the condition registered to the Standard Mode. It can be said that Standard Mode is the easiest way to change settings to your preferable condition.

POWER SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

2. In order to change each user setting to the condition registered to the Mode Memory, however, you have to push the Mode Memory Key to indicate the Mode Memory Selection Screen and have to select and call one of existent Mode Memories.
0% 1
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

6 7 8 9 10 Call

2 3

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 3 170.0% Line/Photo Background

Standard

4 5

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :2

Next Page

If you have some state of user settings you often use, therefore, we recommend you to register the one you use most to the Standard Mode and to register the other ones to the Mode Memory.

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[How to create the Mode Memory] 1) Firstly change each setting to the condition that you wish to register to the newly created Mode Memory. Change as many settings as you need in the usual way. Example : You will register Roll 2, 18inches Standard Cut and Photo Mode to the created Mode Memory.
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Divide Cut Mode Synchro Standard 48" 44" 42" 36" 34" 0% Size 30" 24" 22" 18" 17"

001
Original 12" 11" 9" 8.5" Line Line/Photo Photo Background Despeckle Sharpness Auto Threshold

0%

001

Density

2) Push the Menu Key to indicate the Menu Screen on the LCD.
0% Menu Original
MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

001

Edit
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

3) Press Setting in the Menu Screen to indicate the Setting Screen on the LCD.
0% Menu Original Edit

001

Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Memory Date/Time SCSI

Setting Mode Memory Command Set Back

(Menu Screen)

(Setting Screen)

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4) Press Mode Memory in the Setting Screen to indicate the Mode Memory Setting Screen on the LCD. Since the present conditions of settings are indicated in the screen, confirm that the changes you have done are indicated on the screen. Note : Conditions of some setting items such as the Landscape cut are not indicated in the Mode Memory Setting Screen. As for these kinds of setting items, refer to the list on the page 3-151.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Memory 1 Date/Time SCSI 2 3 4 5 Set 6 7 8 9 10 Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo

Standard

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

(Changes are indicated in the screen.) 5) When some Mode Memory has already been created on the Mode Memory Number, that number is underlined. Select your preferable Mode Memory Number which is not underlined. The selected Mode Memory Number is colored. Note : If you create new Mode Memory on some Mode Memory Number which already has another Mode Memory (The Mode Memory Number is underlined.), the former one is deleted instead of the new one.
Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo

1 2 3 4 5 Set

6 7 8 9 10

Standard

1 2 3 4 5 Set

6 7 8 9 10

Standard

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

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6) Press Set to create the Mode Memory on the selected Mode Memory Number registering the condition of settings indicated on the LCD. The Mode Memory Number is underlined when the Mode Memory is created.
Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo

1 2 3 4 5 Set

6 7 8 9 10

Standard

1 2 3 4 5 Set

6 7 8 9 10

Standard

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

7) If you wish to let the created Mode Memory be valid later on even if you turn off the machine, register it making reference to How to register the setting on the page 3-143. 8) If you wish to use the created Mode Memory right now, call it in the Mode Memory Selection Screen. As for the way to call it, refer to Calling the Mode Memory on the page 3-122.

[How to delete the Mode Memory] 1) Select the Mode Memory Number of which Mode Memory you will delete.
Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo

1 2 3 4 5 Set

6 7 8 9 10

Standard

1 2 3 4 5 Set

6 7 8 9 10

Standard

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

2) Press Delete to delete the Mode Memory from the selected Mode Memory Number. Underlines of the Mode Memory Number disappear.
Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo Mode Memory Count :1 Roll 2 100.0% Photo

1 2 3 4 5 Set

6 7 8 9 10

Standard

1 2 3 4 5 Set

6 7 8 9 10

Standard

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

Threshold :Auto Sharpness :3 Density :3 Negative :OFF Mirror :OFF Folder :OFF Delete Next Page Back

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G. Memory [Function] The image data is stored in the memory after scanning in order to make it possible to re-copy. If you wish to delete it from the memory right after scanning since it is an important or secret data, delete it by either Auto Clear or Clear. If you validate the Auto Clear, the image data is deleted from the memory at the time you push the Reset Key or when the Auto Reset works. And whenever you do Clear in the Memory Setting Screen, the image data is deleted from the memory soon. [How to validate the Auto Clear] 1) Press Memory in the Setting Screen to indicate the Memory Setting Screen on the LCD.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Back Memory Date/Time SCSI Auto Clear Clear Memory

(Setting Screen) 2) Press Auto Clear to validate the Auto Clear. Auto Clear is colored when validated. If you press Auto Clear again, you can cancel the Auto Clear.
Memory

(Memory Setting Screen)

Memory

Auto Clear

Clear

Auto Clear

Clear

Back

Back

3) If you wish to let the Auto Clear be valid later on even if you turn off the machine, register it making reference to How to register the setting on the page 3-143.

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[How to do Clear] When you have finished to scan the original, indicate the Memory Setting Screen on the LCD and press Clear. The image data is deleted from the memory soon by this operation.
Memory

Auto Clear

Clear

Back

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H. Date / Time [Function] It is possible to adjust date and time Data and time decided here can be printed on the copy by the Date Stamp Mode. As for the Data Stamp Mode, refer to Date Stamp Settings on the page 3-84. [How to adjust date and time] 1) Press Date/Time in the Setting Screen to indicate the Date/Time Setting Screen on the LCD.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Set Back Memory Date/Time SCSI Date: Time: 1999 09 : 10 54 28 Date/Time

(Setting Screen)

(Date/Time Setting Screen)

2) Press each value that you will change. The frame of the value becomes thick and it becomes possible to change the value. (Example : You will change minute.)
Date/Time Date/Time

Date: Time:

1999 09 :

10 54

28

Date: Time:

1999 09 :

10 54

28

Set

Back

Set

Back

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3) Change the value pressing and . Or input the value directly with Ten Keys. If you inputted a wrong number, clear it pushing the Clear Key.
Date/Time

Date: Time:

1999 09 :

10 54

28

Date/Time

Set

Back

Date: Time:

1999 09 :

10 56

28

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

Set

Back

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

4) When you have finished to change date and time, press Set to decide the setting.
Date: Time: 1999 09

Date/Time

10 : 56

28

Set

Back

5) If you wish to let the date and time setting be valid later on even if you turn off the machine, register it making reference to How to register the setting on the page 3-143.

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I. SCSI [Function] It is possible to do SCSI setting. When you use the Scan Mode, it is required to connect the scanner to the computer with the SCSI Cable. In order that the computer recognizes each SCSI device, each SCSI device should have its own ID Number. And it is required to settle Terminator for the terminal one of SCSI devices.

[Operation] 1) Press SCSI in the Setting Screen to indicate the SCSI Setting Screen on the LCD.
Setting Register Zoom Ratio Original Format Auto Start Standard Mode Mode Memory Set Back Back Memory ID: Date/Time SCSI Terminator 6 SCSI

(Setting Screen) 2) Change the ID Number pressing


SCSI ID: 6

(SCSI Setting Screen) and .


SCSI ID: 5

Terminator

Terminator

Back

Back

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3) If this scanner is the terminal one of SCSI devices, settle the Terminator pressing Terminator. Terminator is colored.
SCSI ID: 5 ID: 5 SCSI

Terminator

Terminator

Back

Back

4) If you wish to let the SCSI setting be valid later on even if you turn off the machine, register it making reference to How to register the setting on the page 3-143.

[How to cancel the Terminator] Cancel the Terminator pressing Terminator when it is colored.
SCSI ID: 5 ID: 5 SCSI

Terminator

Terminator

Back

Back

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3.10.4
[Function]

Command

It is possible to do Initial Cut and Wire Cleaning in the Command Screen. It is also possible to know the information about scanner. 1. Initial Cut 2. Wire Cleaning 3. Information
Command Initial Cut Wire Cleaning Information

Back

(Command Screen)

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A. Initial Cut [Function] The leading part of selected roll media is cut off in 210mm long in order to straighten the leading edge. Do Initial Cut before you use a new roll media. (Note) It is impossible to do Initial Cut when the printer is not ready. Wait until it gets ready. (Reference) It is possible to change the cutting length for the Initial Cut. Call your service engineer when you wish to change it. [How to do Initial Cut] 1) In the Paper Setting Screen, choose the roll media for which you will do Initial Cut.
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Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Cut Mode Synchro Standard

12" 11" 9" 8.5"

(Paper Setting Screen) 2) Push the Menu Key to indicate the Menu Screen on the LCD.
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Edit
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Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

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3) Press Command in the Menu Screen to indicate the Command Screen on the LCD.
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Command Initial Cut Wire Cleaning Information

Setting Command Back

(Command Screen) 4) Press Initial Cut in the Command Screen. The selected roll media is carried and cut automatically.

Command Initial Cut Wire Cleaning Information

Back

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B. Wire Cleaning [Function] It is possible to work printers wire cleaning function to clean the corona wire. Note : If the connected printer does not have the wire cleaning function, it is impossible to use this function. [How to do Wire Cleaning] 1) Push the Menu Key to indicate the Menu Screen on the LCD.
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MENU BASIC SCREEN PAPER

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Edit
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

2) Press Command in the Menu Screen to indicate the Command Screen on the LCD.
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Command Initial Cut Wire Cleaning Information

Setting Command Back

(Command Screen) 3) Press Wire Cleaning in the Command Screen. The wire cleaning function works to clean the corona wire.

Command Initial Cut Wire Cleaning Information

Back

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C. Information [Function] Information for Scan Count, Memory and PROM Version is indicated in the Information Screen. 1. Scan Count The total length of originals that have been scanned up to the present is indicated. It is also indicated how many originals have been scanned totally up to the present. 2. Memory The capacity of memory is indicated. 3. Version Version of PROM is indicated. [Operation] 1) Push the Menu Key to indicate the Menu Screen on the LCD.
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REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

Setting Command

(Menu Key)

(Menu Screen)

2) Press Command in the Menu Screen to indicate the Command Screen on the LCD.
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Command Initial Cut Wire Cleaning Information

Setting Command Back

(Command Screen)

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3) Press Information in the Command Screen to indicate the Information Screen on the LCD. Information for Scan Count, Memory and PROM Version is indicated in the Information Screen.
Command Initial Cut Wire Cleaning Information Information Scan Count > 82m 252 Count Memory > 192MB Version > 1.03 50

Back

Back

(Information Screen)

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3.11
[Function]

Reference Screen

The Reference Screen indicates Count and Job Count. Count : When the printer is printing out certain Copy Job at present, the Copy Count decided for it is indicated. And it is also indicated which copy of it is now on printing. Job count : It is indicated how many Copy Jobs exist in the memory including the one now on printing. (If you scan the original, its image data is stored in the memory as one Copy Job. Since it is possible to scan originals successively even if the printer is printing out the former job, several jobs can exist in the memory at one time.)

[Example of indication] You have scanned 4 originals in the order as A, B, C and D. Therefore, 4 Copy Jobs exist in the memory. And you have decided the Copy Count as follows. Original A : 3 sheets Original B : 2 sheets Original C : 2 sheets Original D : 3 sheets

Supposing that the printer has printed out 2 copies of the Copy Job A and is printing the rest of 1 copy at present.
Copy Job A (On printing) Copy Job B (Waiting) Copy Job C (Waiting) Copy Job D (Waiting)

B
Memory

If you open the Reference Screen at this time, it indicates as the right figure. 3 Count means the Copy Count decided for the Copy Job A is 3 sheets, and : 3 means 3rd copy of it is now on printing. Job Count : 4 means the memory has 4 Copy Jobs at present including the one on printing.

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[How to indicate the Reference Screen] Push the Reference Key to indicate the Reference Screen on the LCD. The LED lamp of the Reference Key lights up.
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MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

3 Count
REFERENCE MODE MEMORY FUNCTION

: 3 : 4

JOB Count

(Reference Key) [Several indications] In the Interrupt Mode The Reference Screen indicates the Copy Count decided for the interrupting Copy Job, and which copy of it is now on printing

(Reference Screen)

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In the Sample Copy The Reference Screen indicates Sample Copy when the sample copy is done.

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JOB Count

: 0

In the Concurrent Print Mode The Reference Screen indicates Concurrent Print when the copy is printed out in the Concurrent Print Mode.

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JOB Count

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In the Set Copy Mode The Reference Screen indicates as the right figure when the Set Copy Job is printed out. JOB Count : 3 means the memory has 3 Set Copy Jobs at present. 10 Page x 5 Count means the Set Copy Job now on printing has 10 original images and the Set Copy Job will be copied 5 times (5 sets). 10-1 means the 10th original image of the 1st set is now on printing.

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3.12 Power Save Function


[Function] Power Save is a function not to consume so much power if you do no operation for a long time. This scanner has 4 kinds of mode and any of them is selected always. If you wish to change the current mode with another one, or if you wish to change the waiting time that is required until each Power Save Mode starts working, call your service engineer. Note : If any of the following Power Save works (not regarding manual or automatic), all user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode. 1. Manual Power Save Mode Power Save is worked not automatically but manually in this mode. If you push the Power Save Key, LCD and all LED lamps excluding Power Indicator and LED lamp of Power Save Key are put out so as not to consume the power. Note that the printer consumes as much power as usual since it is always ready for copying in this Power Save Mode.

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POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

POWER RESET SAVE


INTERRUPT

RESET

Image Quality

Line Background

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

PRINT

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AUTO ZOOM AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

[Threshold] Auto

7 4

8 5

9 6

7 4

8 5

9 6

2. Warm Power Save Mode If you do no operation for a decided time, the Warm Power Save Mode is worked automatically. Not only all LED lamps (Power Indicator and LED lamp of Power Save Key are excluded) and LCD on scanners Operation Panel are put out but also the temperature of printers Fuser Unit is fallen to some degree in the Warm Power Save Mode. It is possible to change the waiting time that is required until the Warm Power Save Mode starts working from 1 minute to 60 minutes in 1 minute increment. (Service engineer can change it.) It is also possible to work the Warm Power Save Mode manually if you push the Power Save Key before the Warm Power Save Mode is worked automatically. Last operation Decided waiting time 3. Cold Power Save Mode If you do no operation for a decided time, the Cold Power Save Mode is worked automatically. Not only all LED lamps (Power Indicator and LED lamp of Power Save Key are excluded) and LCD on scanners Operation Panel are put out but also it is stopped to supply the power to printers Fuser Unit in the Cold Power Save Mode. It is possible to change the waiting time that is required until the Cold Power Save Mode starts working from 1 minute to 60 minutes in 1 minute increment. (Service engineer can change it.) It is also possible to work the Cold Power Save Mode manually if you push the Power Save Key before the Cold Power Save Mode is worked automatically. Last operation Decided waiting time
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4. Multi-Power Save Mode If you do no operation for a decided time, the Warm Power Save Mode is worked automatically at first. If you do no operation for a decided time also in the Warm Power Save Mode, the Cold Power Save Mode is worked automatically. It is possible to decide independently the waiting time for each Warm Power Save Mode and Cold Power Save Mode. (Service engineer can change it.) If you push the Power Save Key before neither Warm Power Save Mode nor Cold Power Save Mode is working, you can work the Cold Power Save Mode manually. Last operation Decided waiting time Decided waiting time Cold Power Save Mode Warm Power Save Mode

[How to cancel the Power Save Function] Push the Power Save Key to cancel the Power Save Function. The Basic Screen is indicated on the LCD.

POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

RESET

0%

001

POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

RESET

Image Quality
SET COPY
CONCURRENT

PRINT

Line Background
ROTATE

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

0%
AUTO ZOOM AUTO PAPER

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

[Threshold] Auto

7 4

8 5

9 6

7 4

8 5

9 6

Note : If you cancelled Warm Power Save Mode or Cold Power Save Mode, a little time is required until the printer gets ready for copying. The Ready Indicator blinks when it is warming up. [Reference] The Power Save Function does not work in the following conditions. (a) (b) (c) (d) During scanning During printing When either scanner or printer has some error. When the printer is warming up.

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3.13
[Function]

Scanner Power Save

If you do no operation for a decided time, the Scanner Power Save works automatically. All LED lamps except for Power Indicator and LED lamp of Power Save Key are put out in the Scanner Power Save so as not to consume so much power. Note that the printer consumes as much power as usual since only the scanner gets into low power condition but the printer is always ready for printing. 15 minutes is selected as the timer for Scanner Power Save at factory forwarding. (Notes) 1. Timer is adjustable within the range from 1 to 60 minutes, and it is possible not to let the Scanner Power Save work. Call your service personnel if you wish to change the setting for Scanner Power Save. 2. All user settings are initialized according to the Standard Mode if the Scanner Power Save works. [How to cancel the Scanner Power Save] Push the Power Save Key when the scanner is in the Scanner Power Save. The LCD indicates Please wait. Then, LCD indicates the Basic Screen after a short period initializing all user settings according to the Standard Mode.

Please wait
POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4

8 5

9 6

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[Reference] Scanner Power Save does not work in the following conditions. (a) During scanning (b) During printing (c) When either scanner or printer has some error. (d) When the printer is warming up.
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3.14
[Function]

Auto Reset Function

If you do no operation for some decided time, the Auto Reset Function automatically works to initialize all user settings according to the Standard Mode. It is possible to change the waiting time that is required until the Auto Reset Function works from 1 minute to 60 minutes in 1 minute increment. (Service engineer can change it.) It is also possible not to let the Auto Reset work. Call your service engineer when you wish to change the setting for Auto Reset.

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3.15
[Function]

Interrupt Mode

If you validate the Interrupt Mode when the printer is printing out some Copy Job (including the Set Copy), the printer stops printing the present Copy Job (Interrupted copy). You can scan another original and print out that Copy Job (Interrupting copy) with priority. [How to do interrupting copy] 1) Push the Interrupt Key to enter the Interrupt Mode when the printer is printing out some Copy Job. The LED lamp of the Interrupt Key lights up and the printer stops printing out the present Copy Job (Interrupted copy). All user settings are initialized at this time for the interrupting copy.

POWER SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

POWER SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

2) Do copying (Interrupting copy) in the usual way. It is possible to change several settings for the interrupting copy as usual. And it is also possible to do not only normal copy but also Sample Copy, Set Copy and Re-copy as the interrupting copy. (Notes) 1. It is possible to do the interrupting copy as many times as you need in the Interrupt Mode unless the mode is cancelled. However, note that it is impossible to do the next interrupting copy until the former one is completed. 2. If you push the Re-copy Key after doing the interrupting copy some times in the Interrupt Mode, only the image data of the latest interrupting copy is re-copied. As for interrupted copy and former interrupting copies, it is impossible to re-copy their image data. Note that it is no use to change user settings for the re-copy of interrupting copy since they are not applied. And it is impossible to decide the Copy Count for the re-copy of interrupting copy but it is always 1 sheet. 3) When you have finished to do interrupting copy, push the Interrupt Key to cancel the Interrupt Mode and to call back the interrupted copy. The LED lamp of the Interrupt Key is put out and the printer restarts to print out the interrupted copy.

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3.16
[Function]

Reset

It is possible to initialize all user settings according to the Standard Mode if you push the Reset Key. (As for the Standard Mode, refer to Standard Mode on the page 3-151.) In you have changed many settings and it is not necessary any longer after copying, the Reset Key is convenient since you can recover the default condition of all settings by just one operation. [How to reset user settings] Push the Reset Key. All settings are initialized according to the decided Standard Mode and the LCD indicates the Basic Screen.
0%
POWER SAVE
INTERRUPT

001

RESET

Paper 1:36" Plain Paper

Zoom

Image Quality Line Background

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

Synchro

100.0% [Threshold] Auto

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

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3.17
[Function]

Re-copy

If you push the Re-copy Key, the image data stored in the memory is printed out again. In case of the normal copy, the image data (Copy Job) scanned at the latest opportunity is printed out. In case of the Set Copy, the Set Copy Job registered at the latest opportunity is printed out. It is impossible to change the following settings and apply them to the re-copy image since these settings affect when the original is scanned. 1. 2. 3. 4. Zoom ratio Image type Background Despeckle 5. Threshold 6. Sharpness 7. Divide 8. Layout Mode 9. Rotate Mode

As for the other settings, it is possible to change and apply to the re-copy image. (Notes) 1. If you do Auto Clear, Clear and All Cancel or if you turn off the machine, it becomes impossible to do re-copy since the stored image data is lost from the memory. 2. If you push the Re-copy Key after doing the interrupting copy some times in the Interrupt Mode, only the image data of the latest interrupting copy is re-copied. As for interrupted copy and former interrupting copies, it is impossible to re-copy their image data. Note that it is no use to change user settings for the re-copy of interrupting copy since they are not applied. And it is impossible to decide the Copy Count for the re-copy of interrupting copy but it is always 1 sheet. [How to do re-copy] 1) Change several settings except for the above items if required, which you wish to apply to the re-copy image. 2) Indicate the Basic Screen on the LCD pushing the Basic Screen Key. Pushing Ten Keys as you decide the Copy Count, decide how many sheets of re-copy should be printed.
CONCURRENT

5% Paper Zoom

SET COPY

010

PRINT

Image Quality Line Background

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

1:36" Plain Paper Synchro 100.0%

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

[Threshold] Auto

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3) Push the Re-copy Key. The stored image is printed out again according to the newly decide settings.

POWER SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

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3.18
[Function]

Sample Copy

If you push the Sample Key, it is possible to copy only the leading 210mm long image of original. It is recommended to do Sample Copy before you copy a long original since it is possible to know the result of copy in advance without consuming so much toner or copying media. It is also recommended to do Sample Copy when you change the following settings because these settings have to be decided before scanning. 1. 2. 3. 4. Zoom ratio Image type Background Despeckle 5. Threshold 6. Sharpness 7. Divide 8. Layout Mode 9. Rotate Mode

You can do Sample Copy even in Set Copy Mode or Interrupt Mode. Original Sample copy
210mm

(Reference) It is possible to change the length of Sample Copy within the range from 210mm to 420mm although it is settled 210mm at factory forwarding. If you wish to change it, call your service engineer. [Operation] 1) Set the original to the scanner. 2) Change several settings such as zoom ratio and Threshold Level if required. 3) Push the Sample Key to do Sample Copy. The original is carried to the leading edge side to be scanned, and then carried back and stayed at the setting position again. The LED lamp of the Sample Key lights up during the scan of Sample Copy. Note : Even if you decide a multiple Copy Count, only 1 sheet of Sample Copy is printed out.

POWER SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

4) If you satisfy the result of Sample Copy, do normal copying pushing the Start Key. If you do not satisfy it, change the setting and do Sample Copy again.

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3.19
[Function]

Rotate Mode

The scanned image is printed being rotated in a 90 degrees arc counter-clockwise in the Rotate Mode.

Original

Copy

Note : If you do not select a roll media of proper width, the copy will have a margin or some part of image will be lost from the copy as follows.
Original : 36"x24" Copy : 36 inches wide Copy : 18 inches wide

[How to select the Rotate Mode] Push the Rotate Key to select the Rotate Mode. The LED lamp of the Rotate Key lights up.
POWER

Note : When the Rotate Mode is valid, both Auto Zoom Mode and Auto Paper Mode are always cancelled. It is impossible to use these modes with the Auto Paper Mode at the same time.

SAVE

INTERRUPT

RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

RE COPY

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

SAMPLE

[How to cancel the Rotate Mode] Push the Rotate Key again to cancel the Rotate Mode. The LED lamp of the Rotate Key is put out.

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Chapter 4 Error Indications and Treatments

4.1

Error Message and Treatments

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Error Message and Treatments

If either scanner or printer has some error, some Error Message is indicated on the LCD. Clear the error by the following treatments. (Examples)
Upper unit is open

An error occurred (1)

0% Zoom

001

Paper 1:36" Plain Paper Synchro

Image Quality Line Background

100.0% [Threshold] Auto

Clear the error by the following treatments. Error message Upper Unit is open (At the time of turning on)
Upper Unit is open

Treatments This is indicated if you turn on the scanner when the Upper Unit is opened. Close the Upper Unit, and then turn on the scanner again.

An error occurred (1)


An error occurred (1)

Scanner has an abnormal error. Since the operator can not fix it, call your service personnel.

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Error message An error occurred (2)


An error occurred (2)

Treatments Scanner has an abnormal error. Since the operator can not fix it, call your service personnel.

An error occurred (3)


An error occurred (3)

Scanner has an abnormal error. Since the operator can not fix it, call your service personnel.

An error occurred (4)


An error occurred (4)

Scanner has an abnormal error. Since the operator can not fix it, call your service personnel.

An error occurred (5)


An error occurred (5)

Either Original Glass or White Roller is dirty. Clean them.


White Roller

Original Glass

If this error code is indicated again even after the cleaning, the scanner has an abnormal error. Since the operator can not fix it, call your service personnel.

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Error message An error occurred (6)


An error occurred (6)

Treatments Something is sticking on the central part of the White Roller where the Pointer LED throws light. Clean it off.

White Roller

An error occurred (7)


An error occurred (7)

If this error code is indicated again even after the cleaning, the scanner has an abnormal error. Since the operator can not fix it, call your service personnel. 1. Something is sticking on the central part of the Original Glass where the Pointer LED throws light. Clean it off. 2. Something is sticking on the central part of the White Roller where the Pointer LED throws light. Clean it off.

Original Glass White Roller

If this error code is indicated again even after the cleaning, the scanner has an abnormal error. Since the operator can not fix it, call your service personnel.

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Error message An error occurred (8)


An error occurred (8)

Treatments 1. Something is sticking on the central part of the Original Glass where the Pointer LED throws light. Clean it off. 2. Something is sticking on the central part of the White Roller where the Pointer LED throws light. Clean it off.

Original Glass White Roller

Upper Unit is open

If this error code is indicated again even after the cleaning, the scanner has an abnormal error. Since the operator can not fix it, call your service personnel. Close the Upper Unit.

Skew error

Open the Upper Unit and remove the original.

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Error message Printer is offline

There is no suitable roll

Treatments Turn off both scanner and printer. Check whether or not they are connected each other with the cable. If not, connect them and then turn them on again. This is indicated when you do copying in the Auto Paper Mode but no roll media matches the output image size because the selected zoom ratio is not proper. Do either of the following treatments. 1. Load another roll media to the Roll Deck, which matches the output image size. 2. Change the zoom ratio so that the output image size should match any of roll media in the printer. This is indicated in any of the following cases. 1. The memory is fully occupied with the image data during scanning since the original has too much image data. Making reference to Memory on the page 3-161, delete the image data from the memory.
Memory

Memory is full

Auto Clear

Clear

Back

2. Quantity of image data of the Set Copy Job exceeds the capacity of memory. Making reference to Memory on the page 3-161 or All Cancel on the page 3-141, delete the Set Copy Job from the memory.
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Insert

Replace

Re Edit

All Cancel

Back

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Error message Door open Inner Feed Unit is open Remove the media Set a sheet on the printer Remove the sheet media Roll 1 is empty Roll 2 is empty Roll 3 is empty Roll 4 is empty

Treatments Any door of printer is opened. Close it. Inner Feed Unit in the printer is opened. Close it making reference to printers manual. This is indicated when the media is remaining in the printer after Initial Cut. Remove it making reference to printers manual. Set the sheet media to the connected printer. Remove the sheet media from the printer. The Roll Empty Indicator lights up at this time. Load a new roll media to the corresponding Roll Deck making reference to printers manual.

POWER SAVE INTERRUPT RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

/R

Roll Deck 1 is open Roll Deck 2 is open Roll Deck 3 is open Roll Deck 4 is open

Close the corresponding Roll Deck. Note : If Roll Deck 3 is open is indicated when the printer KIP2720E is connected, it means the Cutter Hatch is opened.

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[Service Call Errors] Error message Original feeding motor error Web is empty Web feeding error Cutter Unit error Wire cleaning motor error Exposure lamp error Copy number counter error Length counter error Key counter error Fuser temperature is too low Fuser temperature is too high Thermostat open Fuser motor error Process motor error Main motor error Developer motor error Paper feeding motor error Treatments Connected printer has some error. The Error Indicator on the Operation Panel lights up at this time.

POWER SAVE INTERRUPT RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

/R

When any of these messages is indicated, you need to call the service engineer since the printer is having an abnormal error. Inform him/her of the indicated message when you call.

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[Mis-feed Errors] Error message Original mis-feed Treatments Open the Upper Unit and remove the original.

Printer mis-feed (Roll Deck) Pr. mis-feed (Inner Feed Unit) Printer mis-feed (Drum Area) Printer mis-feed (Fuser) Printer mis-feed (Bypass)

Mis-feed of copying media occurs in the printer. Mis-feed Indicator on the Operation Panel lights up at this time. Remove it making reference to printers manual.

POWER SAVE INTERRUPT RESET

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

PAPER

ZOOM

IMAGE QUALITY

/R

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Chapter 5 Maintenance and Adjustments

5.1

Usual Maintenance

Page 5- 1 5- 4 5- 4 5- 6 5- 9

5.2 LCD Adjustments 5.2.1 LCD contrast adjustment 5.2.2 Touch panel positioning 5.3 Pin Layout and Rating of Interface Connector

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Usual Maintenance

Clean the following parts once per a week or when a dirty copy is printed out. Note : Make sure to turn off the machine before starting to clean. Original Glass Wipe the Original Glass with a soft cloth impregnated with a little water or neutral detergent, and then wipe it with a dry soft cloth.

Original Glass

Note : Be careful not to touch Mylars (A) when you clean the Original Glass.

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Original Feeding Rollers and White Roller Wipe these rollers with a soft cloth impregnated with a little water or neutral detergent, and then wipe them with a dry soft cloth.
White Roller Original Feeding Rollers

Original Feeding Rollers

(1) White Roller Wipe all the surface of White Roller (A) rotating the Roller (B).

A B

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(2) Original Feeding Rollers at the front Rotating the Roller (C), wipe all of 4 Original Feeding Rollers (D).

Wipe Rubber Rollers (E) on the bottom of Upper Unit also.

(3) Original Feeding Rollers at the rear Wipe Original Feeding Rollers (F) rotating them by hand. Note : Do not wipe Sponge Rollers (G).

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5.2
5.2.1

LCD Adjustments
LCD contrast Adjustment

Adjust the contrast of LCD in the following way. 1) Press and hold the Menu Key, and then push 1 of Ten Keys to enter the LCD Contrast Adjustment Mode. The LCD indicates LCD contrast adjustment.

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

7 4 /R 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

(Menu Key)

/L

LCD contrast adjustment

2) Pushing either +/R Key or -/L Key, adjust the contrast.


SET COPY
CONCURRENT

PRINT

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

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3) When you have finished to adjust, press and hold the Menu Key, and then push 1 of Ten Keys to cancel the LCD Contrast Adjustment Mode.

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

7 4 /R 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

(Menu Key)

/L

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5.2.2

Touch panel positioning

When you select some setting item on the LCD, that item may not be selected sometimes. Or another item may be selected although you selected the different one. (Example 1) 34 is not selected and is not colored although you pressed it.
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Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

Plain Paper Vellum Film

34 is not selected. (Example 2) 17 is selected although you pressed 34.


0% Media 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

001
Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22" 18" 17" 12" 11" 8.5"

Roll 1:36" Plain Paper 2:30" Vellum 3:24" Film 4:18" Plain Paper Bypass

Size Auto 36" 34" 30" 24" 22"

0% Media

001

Plain Paper Vellum Film

Plain Paper Vellum Film

17 is selected. When you have the above kinds of LCD problem, adjust the position of touch panel in the way written on the next page.

A75UM5E1 (Ver. E.2)

5-6

1) Press and hold the Menu Key, and then push 2 of Ten Keys to enter the Touch Panel Position Adjustment Mode. The LCD indicates touch panel positioning.
SET COPY
CONCURRENT

PRINT

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

7 4 /R 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

(Menu Key)

/L

Press and hold here touch panel positioning

2) Press and hold the + mark on the LCD until the indication is changed.
+ Press and hold here touch panel positioning touch panel positioning

Press and hold here

A75UM5E1 (Ver. E.2)

5-7

3) Press and hold the + mark on the LCD until Completed is indicated.

touch panel positioning

touch panel positioning

Press and hold here

Completed

4) When you have finished to adjust, press and hold the Menu Key, and then push 2 of Ten Keys to cancel the Touch Panel Position Adjustment Mode.

SET COPY

CONCURRENT

PRINT

MENU

BASIC SCREEN

PAPER

AUTO ZOOM

AUTO PAPER

ROTATE

REFERENCE

MODE MEMORY

FUNCTION

7 4 /R /L 1 0

8 5 2 .

9 6 3 C

A75UM5E1 (Ver. E.2)

5-8

5.3

Pin Layout and Rating of Interface Connector


Printer Interface Connector (CN2103) Pin Number Voltage (V) 1 0.1 2 0 3 0 4 0 5 0 6 0 7 0 8 0 9 0 10 3.3 11 2.5 12 0 13 3.3 14 0 15 0 16 3.3 17 0 18 0 19 0 20 3.7 21 0 22 0 23 0 24 0 25 0 26 0 27 0 28 0 29 0 30 2.4 31 0 32 0 33 0 34 0 35 0 36 0 37 0
50

RS232C Interface Connector (CN501A) Pin Number Voltage (V) 1 0 2 0.0118 3 -9.1 4 0 5 0 6 0 7 +9.0 8 0 9 0

SCSI Interface Connector (CN501A) Pin Number Voltage (V) 1 0 2 0 3 0 4 0 5 0 6 0 7 0 8 0 9 0 10 0 11 0 12 0 13 0 14 0 15 0 16 0 17 0 18 0 19 0 20 0 21 0 22 0 23 0 24 0 25 0 26 2.6 27 2.6 28 2.6 29 2.6 30 2.6 31 2.6 32 2.6 33 2.6 34 2.6 35 0 36 0 37 0 38 5.0 39 0 40 0 41 2.6 42 0 43 2.6 44 2.6 45 2.6 46 2.6 47 2.6 48 2.6 49 2.6 50 2.6

26

1 26

SCSI Connector

25 50

SCSI Connector

25

19

37 Printer Connector

20

6 9 RS232C Connector

A75UM5E1 (Ver. E.2)

5-9

Change Record
Version B.0 (Issued on 17 January 2000) According to the advice from KIP America, Error Messages, Mis-feed Messages and LCD indications are corrected. Version C.0 (Issued on 17 February 2000) 1. According to the advice from KIP Europe, LCD indications are corrected. 2. According to the request from KIP America, both metric version and inch version of Users Manuals are created. Version D.0 (Issued on 13 April 2000) 1. Original Receivers are added to the drawing. (Cover page and page 1-5) 2. Sentences in pages WARNINGS and CAUTIONS are modified. (Pages 3 and 4) 3. Sentence of Storing multiple Copy Jobs to the memory (Pre-scan) is corrected since the maximum storable number of Copy Jobs is not unlimited. (Page 1-3) 4. Specifications are corrected. (Page 1-4) 5. Explanation for Mis-feed Indicator is modified since it does not light up at the time of original mis-feed. (Page 1-8) 6. Drawings concerning to controller KIP Scan are corrected. (Pages 1-13, 1-14 and 1-15) 7. New sentence is added to Applicable Original. (Page 2-3) 8. Explanation for Copy Job is corrected. Especially, Maximum storable number of Copy Jobs is newly added. (Pages 2-4 and 2-5) 9. Note : Right after starting . . . is added. (2-10) 10. Note for the action of Ready Indicator in the sheet media feeding is a little corrected. (Page 2-12) 11. Explanation for setting the sheet media is modified since it is different when to set the sheet media to the printer whether or not scanners speed and printers one are same. (Pages 2-13 and 2-14) 12. Since the scanner has Automatic Roll Switch Function, 2.8 Treatment against Roll Empty during Copying is modified. (Pages 2-17 and 2-18) 13. Explanation for Synchro Cut is corrected. (Page 3-17) 14. Explanation for Standard Cut is corrected. (Page 3-19) 15. Note for copying gray image is added. (Page 3-45) 16. Example of setting for copying graph (section) paper original is added. (Page 3-59) 17. Relationship between Leading / Trailing Edge Setting and Zoom Setting is illustrated. (Page 3-75) 18. Explanation for the position of Date Stamp in the Layout Mode (Set Copy) is added. (Page 3-88) 19. Wrong drawings (JAN Jan) are corrected. (Page 3-92) 1 A75UMREC (Ver. E.2)

20. Setting date in the Date Stamp Setting Screen is corrected since it is always dated on 01 April 2000. (Page 3-97) 21. Explanation for Set Copy Job is newly added. (Pages 3-100 and 3-101) 22. Wrong expression (420mm 420.5mm) is corrected. (Page 3-111)

23. Since the Basic Screen is indicated on the LCD after calling the Mode Memory, concerning explanation is corrected. (Page 3-123) 24. User settings are initialized regardless of timer setting if Warm Power Save or Cold Power Save works. Explanation is corrected because it was wrong in the former version. (3-176 and 3-177) 25. Scanner Power Save is newly added. (Page 3-178) 26. Explanation for timer setting of Auto Reset is deleted since it was wrong. (Page 3-179) 27. Chapter 4 is reviewed totally and corrected. Please check all pages in the chapter 4. 28. Note and detailed way of cleaning is added to 5.1 Usual Maintenance. (Pages 5-1, 5-2 and 5-3) 29. 5.3 Pin Layout and Rating of Interface Connector is newly added. (Page 5-9) Version E.0 (Issued on 18 August 2000) 1. The maximum Copy Count (including Set Copy) becomes 999 sheets (sets). (Pages 1-3, 3-2, 3-5, 3-108 and 3-116) All drawings that contain the Copy Count are corrected. 2. The maximum memory capacity 256MB was wrong. Correct maximum capacity is 320MB. (Page 1-4) 3. Almost all sentences are deleted from 1.10 Scan Mode. We will create new Users Manual for KIP Scan Client in the near future. (Page 1-13) 4. It becomes possible to input Leading Edge amount and Trailing Edge amount separately. Expression and some drawings are corrected by this change. And the available input range becomes from -100mm to +100mm. (Pages from 3-66 to 3-83, 3-123, 3-152, 3-153 and 3-155) 5. After All Cancel, the memory usage becomes 0%. Therefore, the wrong drawing is corrected. (Page 3-141) 6. The Firmware version T9.03-50 in the Information Screen is corrected with 1.03-50 because TXX-XX means the test version. (Page 3-172) Version E.1 (Issued on 21 September 2000) 1. Former error message An error occurred is divided into 6 kinds of error messages. (Pages 4-1 and 4-2)

A75UMREC (Ver. E.2)

Version E.2 (Issued on 16 January 2001) New error messages such as An error occurred (6), (7) and (8) are added. (Pages 4-3 and 4-4)

A75UMREC (Ver. E.2)