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imagePRESS C7010VP

Customer Expectations Document
Version 2

Engineering Services and Solutions Division
Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., Inc.

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Introduction............................................................................................................. 6
Product Overview ................................................................................................... 6
2.1 Summary of Functions .................................................................................... 7
2.2 Offset Press vs. Digital imagePRESS ............................................................. 7
2.3 Image Stabilization Control ............................................................................. 8
2.4 Professional Input/Output Accessories ........................................................... 9
Machine Dimensions and Space Requirements ................................................ 10
3.1 Dimensions ................................................................................................... 10
3.2 Weight ........................................................................................................... 11
3.3 Installation and Service Space ...................................................................... 12
3.3.1
Minimum Space Requirements to Transport the Machine and Turn
Hallway Corners .............................................................................. 13
3.3.2
Dimensions Diagrams ...................................................................... 14
3.3.3
Installation Space Diagrams ............................................................ 15
3.4 Recommended Floor Space Requirements .................................................. 17
3.5 Floor Structure Requirements ....................................................................... 17
3.6 Network Interface Connectivity...................................................................... 18
Power/Electrical Requirements ........................................................................... 18
4.1 Power Requirements for the Main Unit and Optional Accessories ................ 19
Environmental Factors and Requirements......................................................... 21
5.1 Temperature and Humidity Conditions .......................................................... 21
5.2 Temperature Gradient ................................................................................... 21
5.3 Ventilation ..................................................................................................... 22
5.4 Elevation Limitations ..................................................................................... 22
5.5 Lighting.......................................................................................................... 22
5.6 Sunlight ......................................................................................................... 22
5.7 Ammonia ....................................................................................................... 22

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Specifications ....................................................................................................... 23
6.1 Main Unit ....................................................................................................... 23
6.2 Color Image Reader-H1 ................................................................................ 25
6.3 Feeder (DADF-R1) ........................................................................................ 26
6.4 POD Deck-A1/Secondary POD Deck-A1 ...................................................... 27
6.5 Paper Deck-AC1 ........................................................................................... 27
6.6 Stack Bypass-A1 ........................................................................................... 28
6.7 Tab Feeding Attachment-C1 ......................................................................... 28
6.8 Professional Puncher-B1 and Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1 ...... 28
6.9 Finisher-AJ1 .................................................................................................. 29
6.10 Saddle Finisher-AJ2 ...................................................................................... 32
6.11 Puncher Unit-BB1 ......................................................................................... 35
6.12 Document Insertion Unit-C1 .......................................................................... 35
6.13 Card Reader-C1 ............................................................................................ 36
6.14 High Capacity Stacker-C1 ............................................................................. 36
6.15 High Capacity Stacker-F1 ............................................................................. 37
6.16 Perfect Binder-B1 .......................................................................................... 38
6.17 Booklet Trimmer-D1 ...................................................................................... 39
6.18 Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 ..................................................................... 40
6.19 SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer ........................... 41
7. System Options .................................................................................................... 42
7.1 Color UFR II/PCL/PS Printer Kit-T2 .............................................................. 42
7.2 imagePRESS Server A2300 ......................................................................... 43
7.3 imagePRESS Server A3300 ......................................................................... 44
7.4 imagePRESS CR Server A7000 V2 .............................................................. 45
7.5 imagePRESS CR Server A7500 ................................................................... 46
7.6 Color Universal Send Kit-G1 ......................................................................... 47
7.7 Universal Send PDF Security Feature Set-A1............................................... 47
7.8 Universal Send PDF Advanced Feature Set-A1............................................ 47
7.9 Digital User Signature PDF Kit-A1 ................................................................ 47
7.10 Secure Watermark-A1 ................................................................................... 47
7.11 HDD Data Encryption Kit-B9 ......................................................................... 47
7.12 Data Erase Kit-C1 ......................................................................................... 48
7.13 Web Access Software-E1.............................................................................. 48
7.14 Encrypted Secure Print Software-C1 ............................................................ 48
7.15 Remote Operator's Software Kit-B1 .............................................................. 48
7.16 Access Management System Kit-B1 ............................................................. 48
7.17 Removable HDD Kit ...................................................................................... 49
7.18 Other imagePRESS C7010VP Main Unit Accessory Options ....................... 49
7.19 Notes on the Hard Disk ................................................................................. 49
8. Installation Review ............................................................................................... 50
8.1 Installation Time ............................................................................................ 50
8.2 Customer Responsibilities ............................................................................. 51
9. Customer Productivity Program ......................................................................... 51
10. Consumables ........................................................................................................ 51
10.1 Consumable Parts......................................................................................... 52
10.1.1 Estimated Life of Consumables ....................................................... 52
11. Toner Container and Hopper Unit Yields ........................................................... 53
12. Waste Toner Yields .............................................................................................. 53
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............13..................... 56 15............................................. 72 Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 4 ..............2 Mixed Media Productivity ......................... and Waste Toner Replacement ..... 60 16........ 69 17.............................. 71 18............................7 Paper Sizes and Feed Location Chart ...................................................... Responsibility Matrix ........................ Customer-Defined Image Quality Adjustments and Recommendations ................5 Note for Customers Who Cut Their Own Paper .................. Media Usage/Compatibility .................... 59 16...................................................................................................................................1 Media Characteristics by Media Library Parameters ..................... 64 16.............................................................. 63 16.........1 Machine Reliability and Service Call Ratio ........................ Optimum Monthly Product Performance .............. 59 16...................... 53 13................... Machine Productivity ....................................................................................................2 Paper Handling and Storage .................. Toner... 64 16.............................................................................2 Paper Type Management Settings ....................1 Print Speed ......................6 Media Feed Locations ........... 54 14.............................................................4 Paper Grain and Curl ................................................................................3 Selecting the Correct Media ..................................1 Device Management Settings ............. 56 15...............4 Paper................................ 68 17.................................................... Estimated Performance Standards . 61 16.............. 55 15..... 58 15....................3 Two Hour Unattended Operation ......................................... 62 16.......... 70 17.......................................................... 58 15.............................................

cusa. LOSS OR CORRUPTION OF DATA. DAMAGE OR INJURY TO PERSONS AND THE PROPERTY OF THE PURCHASER OR OTHERS ARISING OUT OF THE POSSESSION.S.A. THE PURCHASER ASSUMES ALL RISKS AND LIABILITY FOR LOSS. Product and company names used herein are. and provide customers information about what to expect before purchasing the machine. LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFIT. MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT. REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL THEORY ON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED AND EVEN IF CANON OR ITS SUPPLIERS OR ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. MISUSE. All rights reserved. EXPENDITURES FOR SUBSTITUTE EQUIPMENT OR SERVICES. INCLUDING. and specifications are subject to change without notice. As new information becomes available. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 5 . Canon authorized dealers can access the latest revision of this document from the Download Center page in the e-Support Web site (support. USE.IMPORTANT The purpose of this Customer Expectations Document is to explain the current features and capabilities of the imagePRESS C7010VP.. the latest specifications for the machine may not be found in this document. OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT NOT CAUSED SOLELY AND DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF CANON OR ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER. DATA STORED ON THE PRODUCT’S HARD DISK DRIVE. Part numbers. including product reference guides.canon. WITHOUT LIMITATION. Accordingly. yield information. DISCLAIMER NEITHER CANON NOR ITS SUPPLIERS NOR ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER SHALL BE LIABLE FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE (UNLESS CAUSED SOLELY AND DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF CANON OR ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER). including those found in advertising and other printed matter. STORAGE CHARGES OR OTHER SPECIAL. Inc. the registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners. The information included in this document has been pulled from various sources. or may be. Copyright 2013 by Canon U. from actual device values. INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE USE. service guides. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING. FAILURE TO REALIZE SAVINGS OR OTHER BENEFITS. and in a non-material way.com). and user manuals. Specifications and other information contained herein may vary slightly. as well as from the results from internal Canon testing. this document will be revised. NOR SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST CANON OR ITS SUPPLIERS OR ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER BE GREATER IN AMOUNT THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE.

Color and Black-and-White) • High-image quality on various media with a large image area. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 6 .200 dpi. • Scans in up to 600 x 600 dpi. It is also recommended that those interested in purchasing the imagePRESS C7010VP have. Print-for-Pay. This document should be used as part of the presale and preinstallation planning process to help clarify the requirements and responsibilities associated with supporting. smoother corners. and cleaner gradient transitions. the information in this document prior to making their purchase. Introduction The Canon imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document contains information about the features and capabilities of the Canon imagePRESS C7010VP.200 x 1. including commercial printers. • Prints up to 1. color consistency. and then outputs the image in up to 1. and graphics appear clear and detailed. owning. and media versatility. and Real Time and Post Fusing calibration to achieve high-image quality.200 x 1. mid-production office environment. Product Overview The Canon imagePRESS C7010VP brings the following capabilities to users in a high-volume. such as the oil-less V toner. 2. • Designed with new technologies. Text appears sharper. and CRD customers: • Printing and copying speeds of up to 70 ppm (LTR.1. Twin Sleeve Developer Unit with a hygro-thermal sensor. Twin Red Imaging Laser Beam scanner. and familiarize themselves with. E drum.200 dpi interpolated resolution. This results in higher quality characters. and operating the imagePRESS C7010VP. keeps the color consistent and durable.

Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 7 .2.7 mm). Printable Area Printer Memory Copy Mail Box Network Remote UI MEAP Capability Controllers Network Scanning Send imagePRESS C7010VP 70 ppm (LTR) 70 ppm (LTR) 1. and then to the printing surface. The process requires a substantial investment in equipment and setup time to achieve these results. Paper Weight Max. 2.6 mm x 482.5 GB Yes (w/optional Reader) Yes Yes Yes Yes imagePRESS Server A3300 imagePRESS Server A2300 imagePRESS CR Server A7500 imagePRESS CR Server A7000 V2 Color UFR II/PCL/PS Printer Kit-T2 Yes (w/optional Reader) Optional (Universal Send) *1 The maximum guaranteed print size is 12.7” x 19” (323 mm x 482. and then transferred to the ITB (Intermediate Transfer Belt). This enables the offset press to maintain a consistent and high image quality over long print runs because the plate never touches the paper. A digital press uses an electrostatic process to produce “offset-like” image quality at a fraction of the cost of an offset press. Digital imagePRESS Offset printing is a technique that transfers (or “offsets”) an inked image from a plate to a rubber blanket.6” x 19” (320.200 dpi 256 levels 13” x 19. The small toner particle size captures a greater color gamut space. the drum is imaged.1 Summary of Functions Function Output Speed (Color) Output Speed (B&W) Engine Resolution Gradations Max.200 x 1.7 mm)*1 1. Paper Size Max.2 Offset Press vs.2” 120 lb cover (325 g/m2) 12. the toner is applied. In the imagePRESS C7010VP digital press. closer to that of an offset press. The ITB then transfers all four toner colors to the paper in one single pass.

2. and consumption readings sensed in the developing unit by the hygro-thermal sensor. It is also affected by the deterioration of image formation parts through extended usage. The imagePRESS C7010VP performs image stabilization by controlling the LUT (Lookup Table) and laser power based on the toner charge amount that is assumed by temperature.3 Image Stabilization Control The quality of printed images is affected by changes in the environment. This technology moderates toner density fluctuations when the machine starts up and at sudden changes in the environment when the marking engine is not operated for some time. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 8 . such as temperature and humidity in which the machine is installed. humidity.

23. Input Accessories • POD Deck-A1/Secondary POD Deck-A1 • Paper Deck-AC1 • Color Image Reader-H1 • DADF-R1 • Stack Bypass-A1 Finishing (Output) Accessories • Professional Puncher-B1 & Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1 • High Capacity Stacker-C1 (x 2) • High Capacity Stacker-F1 (Requires the imagePRESS Server A3300/A2300/A1300) • Perfect Binder-B1 • Saddle Finisher-AJ2 • Finisher-AJ1 • Puncher Unit-BB1 • Booklet Trimmer-D1 • Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 • Document Insertion Unit-C1 • SDD (Smart Dedicated Design) Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer IMPORTANT • Only the Saddle Finisher-AJ2 or Finisher-AJ1 can be installed.4 Professional Input/Output Accessories The imagePRESS C7010VP features many input and output accessories that allow customers working in office environments to complete large jobs directly from the machine. • The High Capacity Stacker-C1 and High Capacity Stacker-F1 cannot be installed together. and the SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer requires the Booklet Trimmer-D1. • Only one High Capacity Stacker-F1 can be attached to the machine. • The Feeder DADF-R1 requires the Color Image Reader-H1. The Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 requires the Booklet Trimmer-D1. • Only the Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 or SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer can be installed. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 9 . • The Booklet Trimmer-D1 requires the Saddle Finisher-AJ2.2. see “Specifications.” on p. They cannot be installed together. For more information on the input and output accessories that can be attached to the machine.

4” 646 mm 22.3” 667 mm 8.1” 791 mm 53. *7 When the eject tray is extended the depth is 49.1” 765 mm 48.2” (1. *3 The auxiliary booklet tray is attached. Machine Dimensions and Space Requirements 3.095 mm POD Deck-A1 & 70.152 mm 52.095 mm Secondary PODDeck-A1 Paper Deck-AC1 23.793 mm 31.360 mm Square Fold Booklet-Maker & 62.1” 1.2” 792 mm 46.4” 595 mm 4.2” 792 mm 46.5” 1.4” 1. Two-Knife Booklet 95.040 mm Stacker-F1 *3 Saddle Finisher-AJ2 41.5” 1. *4 The Insertion Unit is included.7” 2.2” 792 mm 43.3” 1.5” 1.8” 2.1” 1.890 mm 31.4” 899 mm 29. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 10 .180 mm *2 Finisher-AJ1 35.4” 544 mm 13.586 mm 45.1” 1.4” 570 mm 5. and depth dimensions (in inches and millimeters) of the main unit and optional accessories.5” 1.295 mm *6 Two-Knife Trimmer *1 The Marking Engine.4” 1.4” 213 mm Unit-C1 *4 Perfect Binder-B1 36.1” 105 mm DADF-R1 25.9” 1. Sub Station. *5 The auxiliary tray is extended.7” 982 mm 31.250 mm). *6 The Square Fold Booklet-Maker Conveyor Tray is fully extended.2” 792 mm 46.2" 792 mm 43. height.582 mm 51.298 mm 51. and Power Station Unit all make up what is hereinafter referred to as the “Main Unit.7” 601 mm 24.4” 621 mm 22.9” 1.7” 398 mm 21.3.8” 1. Unit Width Depth Height *1 Main Unit 101.180 mm Trimmer-A1.431 mm 31.330 mm POD Deck-A1 38.4” 1.9” 860 mm 30.4” 570 mm *5 Stack Bypass-A1 15.7” 1.6” 143 mm Professional Puncher-B1 & Professional Puncher 22.2” 792 mm 40.180 mm Puncher Unit-BB1 Part of the Finisher-AJ1 or Saddle Finisher-AJ2 *2 Booklet Trimmer-D1 & 74.5” 1.3” 745 mm 40.4” 339 mm Color Image Reader-H1 28.1 Dimensions The following table includes the width.” *2 The expansion tray is attached.040 mm Integration Unit-A1 High Capacity 33.2” 792 mm 46.060 mm 31.0” 1.6” 1.3” 922 mm 31.240 mm Stacker-C1 High Capacity *7 *7 35.6” 625 mm 26.8” 732 mm 23.0” 890 mm 31. & Saddle Finisher-AJ2 Document Insertion 24.180 mm *3 Saddle Finisher-AJ2 Booklet Trimmer-D1.0” 560 mm 31.

6 lb 120 kg Saddle Finisher-AJ2 397 lb 180 kg Finisher-AJ1 287 lb 130 kg *1 Puncher Unit-BB1 7 lb 3 kg Booklet Trimmer-D1 335 lb 152 kg Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 320 lb 145 kg Document Insertion Unit-C1 37.5 lb 17.5 kg DADF-R1 48. *2 Includes the document insertion unit.4 kg Color Image Reader-H1 38.5 lb 17 kg *2 Perfect Binder-B1 697 lb 316 kg Square Fold Booklet-Maker & Two-Knife 573 lb 260 kg Trimmer *1 Installed inside the optional Finisher-AJ1 or Saddle Finisher-AJ2. feeding and finishing options (in pounds and kilograms) are listed in the table below.3.5 lb 22 kg Professional Puncher-B1 176 lb 80 kg Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1 88 lb 40 kg High Capacity Stacker-C1 478 lb 217 kg High Capacity Stacker-F1 264. Unit Weight Main Unit 2. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 11 .200 kg POD Deck-A1 551 lb 250 kg Secondary POD Deck-A1 507 lb 230 kg Paper Deck-AC1 112 lb 51 kg Stack Bypass-A1 11.2 Weight The weights of the main unit.645 lb 1.9 lb 5.

and proper ventilation. and ensure that issues.3 Installation and Service Space The installation site must provide enough space for unrestricted operation.135 mm) in width is necessary to negotiate turns prior to installation. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 12 . • The machine cannot be moved once it is in place. at least 31. odors. • The floor must be level (with no bows) for the stabilization and support of the machine. and dust accumulation are not a concern. • The minimum elevator depth used to transport the machine prior to installation must be at least 56”. such as ventilation. at least 19. The machine dimensions are in diagrams on the following pages. • The minimum doorway opening that the machine passes through prior to installation must be at least 36” wide. with all of its doors and access panels open. with all of its doors and access panels open. • Keep the front and sides of the machine. • At least 44 3/4” (1. Every attempt should be made to install the equipment in a room that is large enough for proper servicing and maintenance of the equipment.3.7” (500 mm) away from a wall. maintenance work.5” (800 mm) away from a wall. IMPORTANT • Keep the back of the machine.

651 mm) 67 1/2” (1.626 mm) 64” (1.254 mm) 56 5/8” (1. Sub Station. Equipment Marking Engine Sub Station Power Station Unit POD Deck-A1 Secondary POD Deck-A1 Professional Puncher-B1 Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1 High Capacity Stacker-C1 Perfect Binder-B1 Saddle Finisher-AJ2 Finisher-AJ1 Booklet Trimmer-D1 Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 Document Insertion Unit-C1 Dimensions When Transporting (Depth x Width) 54 3/4” x 43 1/2” (1.575 mm x 770 mm) 30 3/8” x 21 1/8” (770 mm x 536 mm) 26 1/4” x 24 5/8” (667 mm x 625 mm) Minimum Corridor Width Required 89 5/8” (2.105 mm) 47 1/4” x 31 1/8” (1.587 mm) 53 1/8” (1.715 mm) 64” (1.3.276 mm) 76 1/4” (1.200 mm x 792 mm) 54 1/2” x 8 1/8” (1.383 mm x 227 mm) 38 5/8” x 31 1/4” (982 mm x 792 mm) 31 1/4” x 29 3/8” (792 mm x 745 mm) 31 1/4” x 12” (792 mm x 305 mm) 31 1/4” x 9 7/8” (792 mm x 250 mm) 33 7/8” x 30 1/8” (860 mm x 765 mm) 36 5/16” x 31 1/8” (922 mm x 791 mm) 31 1/2” x 31 1/4” (800 mm x 792 mm) 31 1/2” x 31 1/4” (800 mm x 792 mm) 62” x 30 3/8” (1. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 13 .414 mm) NOTE The Marking Engine.3.439 mm) 55 5/8” (1.349 mm) 52 3/8” (1.626 mm) 88 3/4” (2.938 mm) 74 7/8” (1.390 mm x 1.331 mm) 65” (1.1 Minimum Space Requirements to Transport the Machine and Turn Hallway Corners The following table represents the minimum width that is necessary to turn hallway corners and transport the machine to its final installation site.762 mm) 62 1/2” (1.902 mm) 69 3/8” (1. and Power Station Unit are transported separately.

7” in front and on the sides of the machine (with all doors and access panels open).8” Approx.3. 58. 95. 33.4” Approx.3” Approx.6” Approximately 394” Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 14 . Approx.7” Approx. 36.1” Approx.9” Approx. 22.5” behind the machine. 101. 70.3. 33. 52.0” Approx.9” Approx. 40.4” Approx. and 19.9” Approx.2 Dimensions Diagrams Provide at least 31. 45.

There must be enough space around the machine. [1] Marking Engine [4] Paper Deck-AC1 [2] Sub Station [5] High Capacity Stacker-C1 [3] Power Station Unit Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 15 . The optional Finisher-AJ1 is attached. The following diagrams show the minimum dimensions.3 Installation Space Diagrams The approximate installation space requirements may differ.3. depending on how the machine is configured and the optional accessories attached. [1] Marking Engine [3] Power Station Unit [2] Sub Station [4] Finisher-AJ1 The optional High Capacity Stacker-C1 and Paper Deck-AC1 are attached.3. whenever possible. make sure there will be more space than indicated.

Booklet Trimmer-D1. the Main Unit (Marking Engine. make sure that there is approximately 41.Maximum Configuration [1] Marking Engine [2] Sub Station [3] Power Station Unit [4] POD Deck-A1 [5] Secondary POD Deck-A1 [6] Professional Puncher-B1 [7] Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1 [8] High Capacity Stacker-C1 [9] High Capacity Stacker-C1 (Secondary) [10] Perfect Binder-B1 [11] Finisher-AJ1/Saddle Finisher-AJ2 [12] Booklet Trimmer-D1 [13] Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 IMPORTANT • The maximum configuration (fully configured machine) includes 1-POD Deck-A1. Perfect Binder-B1. and SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 16 . Professional Puncher-B1 and Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1.046 mm) of space added to the installation space and floor design. • The optional SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer is not shown in the configuration diagrams above. and Power Station Unit). Perfect Binder-B1. Booklet Trimmer-D1. Saddle Finisher-AJ2. 2-High Capacity Stackers-C1. • There is approximately 1/5” (5 mm) of space between each of the following attached accessories: the High Capacity Stacker-C1 or High Capacity Stacker-F1. If the High Capacity Stacker-F1 is attached to the machine. and Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1. If the SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer is attached to the machine. Sub Station.2” (1. • The optional High Capacity Stacker-F1 is not shown in the configuration diagrams above. Finisher-AJ1 or Saddle Finisher-AJ2.4” (899 mm) of space added to the installation space and floor design. 1-Secondary POD Deck-A1. • The fully configured width of the machine includes opening space for the POD Deck door and the extended tray of the Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer. make sure that there is approximately 35.

10. or High Capacity Stacker-F1) is required. • Only one High Capacity Stacker-F1 can be attached to the machine.2” (1. make sure that there is approximately 41.3. make sure that there is approximately 35. • Any configuration of up to 1-POD Deck-A1. • If the SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer is attached to the machine. High Capacity Stacker-C1.7’ (D) of level floor space.4 Recommended Floor Space Requirements For a fully configured imagePRESS C7010VP. The weight of the machine is distributed on the floor through the adjusters and wheels.4” (899 mm) of space added to the installation space and floor design.046 mm) of space added to the installation space and floor design. and 2-High Capacity Stackers-C1 may be attached to the machine at once.3 m) 37. Floor space. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 17 . consult a building contractor before installing the machine. Do not install the machine on an unstable floor or platform.7’ (3.5 Floor Structure Requirements The floor on which this machine is installed must have strength of at least 92. If the floor does not have this level of strength.8’ (11.8’ (W) x 10. and applications will determine which configuration works best. Finisher-AJ1. • Some type of finishing option (Saddle Finisher-AJ2. 3.5 m) IMPORTANT • The imagePRESS C7010VP was created to be modular in design. budget. • If the High Capacity Stacker-F1 is attached to the machine. it is recommended that there be at least 37.2 lb/ft2 (450 kg/m2). 1-Secondary POD Deck-A1. monthly copy/print volume.

and Mail Box access via the Remote UI.3. A USB 2. NEMA L21-30 Receptacle Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 18 . Power/Electrical Requirements The imagePRESS C7010VP requires a NEMA L21-30 receptacle for the main unit and proper operation. monitoring.0 High-Speed interface port ships standard with all configurations for direct connection to centralized environments that want to drive all jobs through a single host PC. ships standard with all configurations. 4.6 Network Interface Connectivity A standard Ethernet 10/100Base-T interface jack (RJ-45) for device installation.

2-pole. grounding devices rated 250 V/15 A NEMA 6-15 UL498. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 19 .8 m) 9’ (3 m) From the finisher — — Puncher Unit-BB1 From the finisher — — Booklet Trimmer-D1 From the finisher — — Stack Bypass-A1*2 From the main unit — — *2 Two-Knife Booklet 1-120 V/15 A outlet NEMA 5-15 6’ (1. keyboard. is installed. 2-pole. an additional 115 V/6 A (NEMA 5-15) receptacle is required for the monitor.8 m) 1-120 V/15 A outlet NEMA 5-15 6’ (1.8 m) Paper Deck-AC1*2 From the main unit — — Color Image Reader-H1*2 From the main unit — — DADF-R1*2 From the main unit — — High Capacity Stacker-C1*3 1-120 V/15 A outlet (regardless of the number of stackers connected) NEMA 5-15 6’ (1. 3-wire.8 m) A7500 *1 The Secondary POD Deck-A1 draws power from the POD Deck-A1.8 m) Trimmer-A1 Square Fold BookletMaker & Two-Knife 1-120 V/15 A outlet NEMA 5-15 6’ (1. which includes a furniture stand. grounding devices rated 250 V/15 A 6’ (1.8 m) A3300 imagePRESS CR Server 2-115 V/6 A outlets NEMA 5-15 6’ (1. 2-pole.8 m) Main Unit *1 High Capacity Stacker-F1 Professional Puncher-B1 & Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1*4 Saddle Finisher-AJ2 1-120 V/15 A outlet Finisher-AJ1 1-120 V/15 A outlet Perfect Binder-B1 1-208 V/15 A outlet Documentation Insertion Unit-C1*2 NEMA 5-15 UL498.8 m) 1-120 V/15 A outlet NEMA 5-15 6’ (1.8 m) A7000 V2 imagePRESS CR Server 2-115 V/6 A outlets NEMA 5-15 6’ (1. 3-wire.8 m) 6’ (1.8 m) A2300*5 imagePRESS Server 2-115 V/6 A outlets NEMA 5-15 6’ (1.8 m) Trimmer*6 External Start Interface Kit for the SDD Two-Knife 1-120 V/15 A outlet NEMA 5-15 6’ (1. grounding devices rated 250 V/15 A 6’ (1. monitor.1 Power Requirements for the Main Unit and Optional Accessories Part or Accessory Power Supply Power Supply Cord/Plug Specifications Length of Power Cord 3 Phase 208 V/30 A outlet Y Configuration NEMA L21-30 9’ 8” (3 m) POD Deck-A1 1-208 V/15 A outlet (regardless of the number of POD Decks connected) NEMA 6-15 UL498. grounding devices rated 250 V/15 A NEMA 5-15 UL498. *3 If a second High Capacity Stacker-C1 is connected. *6 The SDD Two-Knife Trimmer provides the SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with power. *2 Does not require any additional outlets. 3-wire.4. the second stacker draws power from the first stacker. *5 If the optional Integrated Interface & Stand-A1. and mouse. 3-wire. 2-pole. *4 The Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1 provides the Professional Puncher-B1 with power.8 m) Trimmer imagePRESS Server 1-115 V/6 A outlet NEMA 5-15 6’ (1.

The internal logic and programming of the imagePRESS C7010VP will not perform reliably because there is an insufficient difference between the internal operating signal voltages and the poor ground reference signal. an additional 115 V/6 A (NEMA 5-15) receptacle is required for the monitor. which includes a furniture stand. such as a laptop computer or vacuum that may be used when servicing or configuring the machine. • We recommend an additional standard 115 V/15 A outlet for service tools. confirm that all necessary receptacles are available. monitor. is installed on the imagePRESS Server A2300. Do not use extension cords. • If the optional Integrated Interface & Stand-A1.The following illustration shows the relative position of the power outlets and voltage requirements of each optional accessory item. keyboard. A qualified electrician can measure and provide the ground source that the imagePRESS C7010VP or any computer controlled office equipment requires. Faulty or poor ground sources will cause this reference voltage to fall into a range that no longer serves as a reliable reference voltage. • Use only dedicated and properly grounded outlets for the main unit and imagePRESS Server. and mouse. The ground connection serves to provide the internal electronics with a reference voltage. It is also strongly suggested to use dedicated and properly grounded outlets for each optional accessory. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 20 . • Before installation. IMPORTANT • Phase converters and step down transformers are not supported.

Environmental Factors and Requirements This section describes the necessary environmental factors and requirements in which the machine should be operated to achieve the best image quality and print results.5. or if a sudden temperature change occurs. and form condensation.6°F (20°C to 27°C). such as a space heater. and reliability may be affected if the machine is operated outside of these guidelines. paper may shrink or lose resistance. Areas containing water. or equipment that can significantly alter room temperature or humidity.1 Temperature and Humidity Conditions The optimal humidity range is 30% to 70% RH (Relative Humidity) with a room temperature of 68°F to 80. Sudden temperature changes may cause the paper to bend or contract.2 Temperature Gradient Using an air conditioner during the winter. paper curling and paper jams will increase. image quality. should be avoided. Using paper that has been stored in a different environment (with a different temperature and humidity). If the humidity is too low. stove. there is a risk that productivity. For example. if the humidity is too high. The machine should not be installed in locations with significant shifts in temperature or humidity. Make sure to maintain a constant temperature and humidity within this range. cause the machine to malfunction. The optimal humidity range for storing paper is 30% to 70% RH (Relative Humidity) with a room temperature of 68°F to 80. Otherwise. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 21 . Only use paper that has fully acclimatized to the environment in which the machine is installed. may have an adverse affect on image positioning. 5. 5. and toner will not adhere to the paper as well. paper feeding. Every effort should be made to maintain consistent temperature and humidity levels in the operating environment at all times for the imagePRESS C7010VP. may cause paper jams or result in poor print quality. Storing paper in a location that does not meet these specifications may affect paper feeding and image quality.6°F (20°C to 27°C). or portable air conditioner.

A professional assessment of the air quality in the room in which the machine is to be installed is recommended prior to its installation. It is recommended that the room be appropriately ventilated. Make sure that the curtains do not block the machine’s ventilation slots or louvers.4 Elevation Limitations Install this machine at an elevation below 13.000 m) and at an air pressure less than 607. Ozone may be more noticeable during extended use or long production runs.3 Ventilation Ensure that there is an air exchange rate of at least 1. Although sensitivity to ozone may vary. ammonia will attack the surfaces of the machine’s paper feed and image quality components.7 Ammonia Avoid installing the machine where ammonia is emitted.5. 5. Direct sunlight has adverse effects on toner consistency and image quality. or interfere with the electrical cord or power supply. In a sufficient amount. use curtains to shade the machine. 5. especially in poorly ventilated rooms. 5.5 times per hour. this amount is not harmful. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 22 .885 ft3 (110 m3) of space in the location where the machine will be installed. thereby shortening their useful life and increasing the need for periodic and remedial maintenance.6 Sunlight Avoid installing the machine in direct sunlight.8 hPa. sufficient to maintain a comfortable working environment. 5. If direct sunlight is unavoidable.5 Lighting We recommend installing the machine in a location with at least 500 lux (29 1/2” (75 cm) above the floor) for normal operation and maintenance.123’ (4. in areas of machine operation. This machine generates a slight amount of ozone during normal use. and at least 3.

6.

Specifications

6.1 Main Unit
Item

Specifications

Name

Canon imagePRESS C7010VP

Type

Console

Drum

Photosensitive OPC Drum x 4

Color Supported

Full Color

Engine Resolution

Up to 1,200 dpi x 1,200 dpi

Reading Resolution

Up to 600 dpi x 600 dpi

Number of Gradations

256

Memory

1.5 GB (standard)

Hard Disk

80 GB x 2
Size:

Paper Size/Weight/Type

13” x 19”, 12” x 18”, 11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, and
Irregular Size (7 1/8” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64”
(182 mm x 182 mm to 330.2 mm x 487.7 mm))
2

Weight:
16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m )
Thickness: Fewer than 350 µm
Type:

Thin, Plain, Heavy, Recycled, Color, Pre-punched, Bond Paper,
Transparency, Labels, Tab Paper, Coated, Texture Paper, Vellum

Top Margin:
1/8” (2.5 mm)
Left and Right Margins: 1/8” (2.5 mm)
Bottom Margin:
1/8” (2.5 mm)

Margin

After Powering ON: Fewer than 7 minutes
Warm-Up Time

First Copy Time

Returning from the Sleep mode: Fewer than 7 minutes
Activation time may vary, depending on the conditions under which the
machine is being used. (In all cases, at a room temperature of 68°F.)
Full Color:
28 seconds
*1
Black-and-White : 28 seconds
*1 When the Black mode is set.

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Item

Specifications

Copy/Print Speed
(Except when paper is
fed from the optional
Stack Bypass-A1)

Direct (sheets/minute) in both the Full Color and Black modes
Approximately 33.6 sheets/minute
2
(16 lb bond to 80 lb cover (60 to 209 g/m ))
13” x 19”
Approximately 31.3 sheets/minute
2
(80 to 120 lb cover (210 to 325 g/m ))
Approximately 35.7 sheets/minute
2
(16 lb bond to 80 lb cover (60 to 209 g/m ))
12” x 18”
Approximately 33.1 sheets/minute
2
(80 to 120 lb cover (210 to 325 g/m ))
Approximately 37.6 sheets/minute
2
(16 lb bond to 80 lb cover (60 to 209 g/m ))
11” x 17”
Approximately 35.0 sheets/minute
2
(80 to 120 lb cover (210 to 325 g/m ))
Approximately 41.8 sheets/minute
2
(16 to 28 lb bond (60 to 105 g/m ))
Approximately 33.3 sheets/minute
LGL
2
(28 lb bond to 63 lb cover (106 to 170 g/m ))
Approximately 25.1 sheets/minute
2
(63 to 120 lb cover (171 to 325 g/m ))
Approximately 70.0 sheets/minute
LTR
2
(16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m ))
Approximately 53.2 sheets/minute
2
(16 to 28 lb bond (60 to 105 g/m ))
Approximately 42.4 sheets/minute
LTRR
2
(28 lb bond to 63 lb cover (106 to 170 g/m ))
Approximately 31.9 sheets/minute
2
(63 to 120 lb cover (171 to 325 g/m ))
Approximately 71.6 sheets/minute
2
(16 lb bond to 63 lb cover (60 to 170 g/m ))
EXEC
Approximately 61.1 sheets/minute
2
(63 to 120 lb cover (171 to 325 g/m ))
The copy/print speeds above may not be achieved if the user copies/prints in
the conditions below:
• If different paper types are used at the same time
• If different paper sizes are used at the same time
• If copying/printing as one- and two-sided documents at the same time. For
example, the main document is copied/printed as one-sided, and the cover
and sheet insertions are copied/printed as two-sided while bookbinding.
• If a saddle stitched booklet is created using one or two sheets
• If paper whose length of the feeding direction is 18” (457.2 mm) or more is
used, while creating a saddle stitched booklet.

Paper Feeding System/
Capacity

Up to 1,000 sheets x 2 paper decks (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))

Multiple Copies

1 to 9,999 sheets

Power Source

3-phase, 5-wire 208 V AC, 60 Hz, 30 A (one power cord)

Maximum Power
Consumption

8,500 W

Dimensions (H x W x D)

52 3/8” x 101 7/8” x 45 3/8” (1,330 mm x 2,586 mm x 1,152 mm)

Weight

Approximately 2,645 lb (1,200 kg)

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Item

Specifications
101 7/8” x 45 3/8” (2,586 mm x 1,152 mm) (main unit only)
182 5/8” x 45 3/8” (4,638 mm x 1,152 mm) (when the optional POD Deck-A1
and Saddle Finisher-AJ2 are attached)

Installation Space
(W x D)

111 1/4” x 73 3/8” (2,826 mm x 1,862 mm) (when clearing paper jams, main
unit only)
201 1/4” x 73 3/8” (5,111 mm x 1,862 mm) (when clearing paper jams, and
when the optional POD Deck-A1 and Saddle Finisher-AJ2 are attached)

Altitude

13,123’ (4,000 m (607.8 hPa)) maximum

Temperature while in
Use

68 to 80.6°F (20 to 27°C)

Humidity

30 to 70% RH

6.2 Color Image Reader-H1
Item

Specifications

Type

Flatbed

Image Sensor

CCD

Resolution for Reading

Up to 600 dpi x 600 dpi

Acceptable Originals

Sheet, book, three dimensional objects (up to 4.4 lb (2 kg))

Paper Sizes

11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, STMTR, or EXEC
Regular paper size:

Same Ratio
1:1
Reduction
1:0.78 (LGL ➞ LTR)
1:0.73 (11” x 17” ➞ LGL, 11” x 15” ➞ LTR)
1:0.64 (11” x 17” ➞ LTR)
1:0.50 (11” x 17” ➞ STMT)
1:0.25

Magnification

Enlargement
1:1.21 (LGL ➞11” x 17”)
1:1.29 (LTR ➞ 11” x 17”)
1:2.00 (STMT ➞ 11” x 17”)
1:4.00
Power Source/
Consumption
Dimensions (H x W x D)/
Weight

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Copy Ratio:
25 to 400% (in 1% increments)
From the main unit.
140 W maximum
4 1/8” x 28 7/8” x 23 1/2” (105 mm x 732 mm x 595 mm) (excluding the
document feeder)
Approximately 38.5 lb (17.5 kg) (excluding the document feeder)

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LTR. LTRR. and 2 13 to 53 lb bond (50 to 200 g/m ) for 11” x 17”. LGL.6. and LTRR SADF Tray: 11” x 17”. LTR. LTRR. depending on the scanning mode and original type.5 lb (22 kg) (excluding the output tray) Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 26 . or STMT (STMT originals cannot be placed horizontally (STMTR). or STMT (STMT originals cannot be placed horizontally (STMTR).) 2 10 to 57 lb bond (38 to 216 g/m ) Original Supply Tray: 2 100 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Original Tray Capacity SADF Tray: 1 sheet Copying: 50 sheets/minute (LTR in the Black-and-White and Full Color modes) Original Replacement Speed *1 Scanning: 80 sheets/minute maximum (LTR in the Black-and-White and Full Color modes at 300 dpi) *1 The scanning speed may vary. LGL. 100 W maximum Dimensions (H x W x D)/Weight 5 5/8” x 25 1/2” x 22 1/2” (143 mm x 646 mm x 570 mm) Approximately 48.3 Feeder (DADF-R1) Item Specifications Original Feeding Mechanism Size and Weight of Originals Automatic Document Feeder Original Supply Tray: 11” x 17”. Power Source/ Consumption From the main unit.) 2 1-sided scanning: 13 to 57 lb bond (50 to 216 g/m ) 2 2-sided scanning: 13 to 57 lb bond (50 to 216 g/m ) for LTR. LGL.

Heavy. Vellum 2 Paper Deck Capacity 3. 11” x 17”.152 mm) Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 27 . and Irregular Size (7 1/8” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” (182 mm x 182 mm to 330. Maximum Power Consumption 280 W (including the deck heater) Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight 22 1/2” x 23 5/8” x 24 1/2” (570 mm x 601 mm x 621 mm) Approximately 112.000 sheets x 2 paper decks (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) 2 Lower Deck: 2. Labels. LTR. LTR. 50/60 Hz.095 mm x 1. Labels. Coated.8 A) Maximum Power Consumption POD Deck-A1 Only: 750 W POD Deck-A1 + Secondary POD Deck-A1: 1. 12” x 18”. Transparency.5 Paper Deck-AC1 Item Specifications Size: 13” x 19”. Pre-punched. 2.4 POD Deck-A1/Secondary POD Deck-A1 Item Specifications Size: Paper Size/Weight/Type 13” x 19”. Pre-punched. LTRR. Transparency.152 mm) 6. Recycled. LGL.058 lb (480 kg) POD Deck-A1 Only: 140 5/8” x 45 3/8” (3.573 mm x 1. Bond Paper. Vellum 2 Paper Deck Capacity Upper and Middle Decks: 1. Plain.7 mm)) 2 Weight: 16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m ) Type: Thin. 6 A Secondary POD Deck-A1: From POD Deck-A1 (200 to 240 V AC. Color. LGL. Recycled.500 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Power Source From the main unit. 50/60 Hz. 12” x 18”.793 mm x 792 mm) (including the escape tray) Approximately 1. Color. Heavy. EXEC.2 mm x 487.380 W Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight Installation Space (W x D) POD Deck-A1 Only: 43 1/8” x 38 5/8” x 31 1/4” (1. Plain.192 mm x 1.000 sheets x 1 paper deck (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Power Source POD Deck-A1: 200 to 208 V AC. Bond Paper.152 mm) POD Deck-A1 + Secondary POD Deck-A1: 172 5/8” x 45 3/8” (4. 11” x 17”. Texture Paper. or LTRR 2 Paper Size/Weight/Type Weight: 17 lb bond to 110 lb cover (64 to 300 g/m ) Type: Thin.095 mm x 982 mm x 792 mm) (including the escape tray) Approximately 551 lb (250 kg) POD Deck-A1 + Secondary POD Deck-A1: 43 1/8” x 70 5/8” x 31 1/4” (1. Texture Paper.384 mm x 1.6.4 lb (51 kg) Installation Space (W x D) 125 5/8” x 45 3/8” (3. Coated.

Heavy. Plain. Coated . Recycled.8 Professional Puncher-B1 and Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1 Item Paper Size Specifications LTR. 11” x 17”. Tab Paper. ProClick Binding (32 holes) Waste Tray Capacity Varies by die set type. 60 Hz.040 mm x 560 mm x 800 mm) Approximately 258 lb (117 kg) Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document 310 W 130 W Page 28 . Color Coil Binding (44 holes). 2 25. LTRR.7 mm)) Thin. and Irregular Size (5 31/64” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” (139. Color.000 sheets maximum (3-hole die set. Tab Paper (9” x 11”) Paper Weight Paper Type Punch Patterns The paper weight and paper stocks differ. Heavy.5 A Maximum Power Consumption Professional Puncher-B1: Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1: Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight 41” x 22” x 31 1/2” (1.2 mm x 487. Plain. Loose-Leaf Binding (3 holes). Bond.6 Stack Bypass-A1 Item Specifications Size: Paper Size/Weight/Type 2 Weight: 17 lb bond to 140 lb index (64 to 256 g/m ) Type: Paper Capacity 13” x 19”.7 mm x 182 mm to 330. *1 Transparency. Labels. EXEC. Color.6.7 Tab Feeding Attachment-C1 Item Specifications Paper Size LTR Paper Capacity 300 to 400 sheets (27 lb bond (100 g/m )) (or 1 3/4” (45 mm) in height) Paper Holder Size 10 5/8” (270 mm) Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight 4 3/4” x 10 7/8” 14 5/32” (121 mm x 277 mm x 360 mm) Approximately 2. 6. 12” x 18”. Bond Paper. Recycled. Pre-punched.6 lb (1. Coated. Texture. Twin Loop Binding (21 holes). LGL. Vellum 2 100 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) *1 Place coated paper one sheet at a time into the stack bypass. and Vellum Plastic Comb Binding (19 holes). LTR. Twin Loop Binding (32 holes).2 kg) 2 6. Loose-Leaf Binding (5 holes). 2 Plain Paper: 20 lb bond to 80 lb cover (75 to 216 g/m ) 2 Coated Paper: 32 lb bond to 80 lb cover (120 to 216 g/m ) Thin. STMTR. 20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Power Source 120 to 127 V AC. Velo Bind (11 holes). depending on the selected die set. 5. Texture Paper.

000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 29 . EXEC: 2.000 sheets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in height) 11” x 17”. 11” x 17”. 11” x 17”. Color. LTRR. LTRR. LTR.000 sheets (or 11 1/4” (285 mm) in height) 12” x 18”. LGL: 1. EXEC: 2. LGL: 1. Plain. LGL. 12” x 18”.9 Finisher-AJ1 Item Specifications Size: Paper Size/Weight/Type 13” x 19”. LTR. LTRR. LTRR. EXEC: 1. 11” x 17”.) LTR. LGL: 1. LTR. 12” x 18”.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) If the High Volume Stack Mode is set to ‘On’: (The maximum stack volume may vary.7 mm)) 2 Weight: 16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m ) Type: Thin.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) If the High Volume Stack Mode is set to ‘On’: (The maximum stack volume may vary. LTRR. STMTR.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Capacity Per Tray Collate or Group Mode Tray A: If the High Volume Stack Mode is set to ‘Off’: 12” x 18”. EXEC. EXEC: 3. Vellum No Collating Mode Tray A: If the High Volume Stack Mode is set to ‘Off’: 13” x 19”. Bond Paper.000 sheets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in height) 11” x 17”.000 sheets (or 11 1/4” (285 mm) in height) 13” x 19”. depending on the paper type. 11” x 17”. Coated. Pre-punched. STMTR.) LTR. STMTR. 12” x 18”. Labels. EXEC: 3. STMTR. LGL. LGL: 1. Texture Paper. Transparency. depending on the paper type.7 mm x 182 mm to 330.6. Tab Paper.2 mm x 487. LGL. LTRR. STMTR. and Irregular Size (5 31/64” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” (139. LTRR. 11” x 17”.500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height) Tray B: LTR. Recycled.500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height) Tray B: LTR. EXEC: 1. Heavy.

000 sheets/100 sets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Tray B: 11” x 17”. LGL: 1. 11” x 17”. STMTR. 12” x 18”. LTR. LTR. LTR. 11” x 17”. LTRR. LGL.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Staple Mode with Different Paper Sizes: Tray A: 11” x 17”.000 sheets/100 sets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 30 . EXEC: 1. EXEC: 1. EXEC: 1. LTRR. LTR. EXEC: 1. EXEC: 1. LTRR. LGL.000 sheets/100 sets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) No Collating Mode with Different Paper Sizes: Tray A: Regardless of the High Volume Stack Mode: 13” x 19”.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Capacity Per Tray Collate or Group Mode with Different Paper Sizes: Tray A: Regardless of the High Volume Stack Mode: 12” x 18”. LTR. LGL. LTRR.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Tray B: 12” x 18”. STMTR.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Tray B: 13” x 19”. LTR.000 sheets/100 sets (or 11 1/4” (285 mm) in height) 11” x 17”.000 sheets/100 sets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Tray B: LTR. LGL. 12” x 18”. LGL. LTRR. 11” x 17”. LTRR. EXEC: 1. LTRR. EXEC: 2. EXEC: 1. LTR. LGL.Finisher-AJ1 Table Continued Item Specifications Staple Mode Tray A: 11” x 17”. LGL. 11” x 17”. LTRR.

EXEC: Max.5 mm) high 2 48 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) + 2 sheets 2 (110 lb cover (300 g/m )) Corner Stapling: Double Stapling: 11” x 17”. LTRR. depending on the paper type and weight. 8 A Maximum Power Consumption 450 W *1 Dimensions (H x W x D)/Weight Installation Space (W x D) Version 2 *1 46 1/2” x 31 1/2” (35” ) x 31 1/4” (1. 175 7/8” x 45 3/8” (4. 60 Hz.468 mm x 1.180 mm x 800 mm (890 mm ) x 792 mm) Approximately 286. LTR. LGL. LTRR. LGL.152 mm) (when the optional POD Deck-A1 is attached) imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 31 .6 lb (130 kg) *1 When the extension tray is pulled out. LTRR: 50 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) or Heavy paper stacked less than 1/4” (5.) 2 100 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) or Heavy paper stacked less than 1/2” (11 mm) high 2 98 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) + 2 sheets 2 (110 lb cover (300 g/m )) LTR. LGL. Stapling Capacity/Available Staple Size 2 11” x 17”.Finisher-AJ1 Table Continued Item Specifications When the Standard Staple Cartridge Is Attached: (The maximum stapling capacity may vary. EXEC 11” x 17”. LTR. EXEC Power Source 120 to 127 V AC.

6.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) If the High Volume Stack Mode is set to ‘On’: (The maximum stack volume may vary. EXEC: 2. EXEC. LTRR. 12” x 18”. 11” x 17”.) LTR. LTR. 11” x 17”.000 sheets (or 11 1/4” (285 mm) in height) 12” x 18”. Plain.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 32 . LTRR. 11” x 17”.10 Saddle Finisher-AJ2 Item Specifications Size: Paper Size/Weight/Type 13” x 19”.7 mm x 182 mm to 330. EXEC: 2. Recycled. LTRR. LGL. STMTR. depending on the paper type. LGL. Labels. LTRR. Coated. 12” x 18”. LTRR. 12” x 18”. EXEC: 1. LGL: 1.000 sheets (or 11 1/4” (285 mm) in height) 13” x 19”. depending on the paper type. STMTR. Pre-punched. LTRR. LGL: 1.2 mm x 487. LTRR.000 sheets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in height) 11” x 17”. 11” x 17”. Texture Paper. EXEC: 3.7 mm)) 2 Weight: 16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m ) Type: Thin. LTR. Vellum No Collating Mode Tray A: If the High Volume Stack Mode is set to ‘Off’: 13” x 19”. LGL: 1. LGL: 1.000 sheets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in height) 11” x 17”. and Irregular Size (5 31/64” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” (139. STMTR. Heavy. the High Volume Stack Mode is not available.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Collate or Group Mode Tray A: If the High Volume Stack Mode is set to ‘Off’: 12” x 18”.500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height) Tray B: Capacity Per Tray LTR. LTR. Tab Paper. LGL.) (When the optional Booklet Trimmer-D1/optional Booklet Trimmer-D1 and Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 are attached.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) If the High Volume Stack Mode is set to ‘On’: (The maximum stack volume may vary.) LTR. Transparency. Bond Paper. 11” x 17”. EXEC: 3. STMTR.500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height) Tray B: LTR. STMTR. Color. EXEC: 1.

LTRR. 12” x 18”. LTR. 11” x 17”. LTR. LGL. EXEC: 1. EXEC: 1. LGL. LGL. EXEC: 1. EXEC: 1. LTRR.Saddle Finisher-AJ2 Table Continued Item Specifications Staple Mode Tray A: (When the optional Booklet Trimmer-D1/optional Booklet Trimmer-D1 and Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 are attached. stapled output cannot be sorted to Tray A. STMTR. LGL. LTRR. LTR.000 sheets/100 sets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 33 .000 sheets/100 sets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Tray B: 11” x 17”.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Staple Mode with Different Paper Sizes: Tray A: 11” x 17”. STMTR.000 sheets/100 sets (or 11 1/4” (285 mm) in height) 11” x 17”. LTRR.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Collate or Group Mode with Different Paper Sizes: Tray A: Regardless of the High Volume Stack Mode: 12” x 18”. EXEC: 1. LTRR. LTR.000 sheets/100 sets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Tray B: LTR. LGL. LTR. LTRR. LTR.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Tray B: 12” x 18”.000 sheets/100 sets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) No Collating Mode with Different Paper Sizes: Tray A: Regardless of the High Volume Stack Mode: 13” x 19”. 11” x 17”. EXEC: 2. LGL. LTRR. LGL. 12” x 18”. 11” x 17”. LTR.000 sheets (or 5 3/4” (147 mm) in height) Tray B: Capacity Per Tray 13” x 19”. 11” x 17”.) 11” x 17”. EXEC: 1. EXEC: 1. LGL: 1. LTRR.

LTRR. LTRR: 50 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) or Heavy paper stacked less than 1/4” (5. LTRR. depending on the paper type and weight.060 mm ) x 792 mm) Approximately 396. Stapling Capacity/Available Staple Size 2 100 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) or Heavy paper stacked less than 1/2” (11 mm) high 2 98 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) + 2 sheets 2 (110 lb cover (300 g/m )) 2 11” x 17”.Saddle Finisher-AJ2 Table Continued Item Specifications When the Standard Staple Cartridge Is Attached: (The maximum stapling capacity may vary.638 mm x 1. depending on the paper weight or paper type.152 mm) (when the optional POD Deck-A1 is attached) imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 34 . EXEC 11” x 17”. LTR. 11” x 17”. EXEC: Max. LTR. and Irregular Size (8 1/4” x 11” to 13” x 19 13/64” (210 mm x 279.) LTR. LGL. LGL. 8 A Maximum Power Consumption 450 W *1 Dimensions (H x W x D)/Weight Installation Space (W x D) Version 2 *1 46 1/2” x 31 1/2” (41 3/4” ) x 31 1/4” (1.5 mm) high 2 48 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) + 2 sheets 2 (110 lb cover (300 g/m )) Corner Stapling: Double Stapling: Saddle stitch: Saddle fold: Size: Available Saddle Stitch Capacity/Size 11” x 17”.) Power Source 120 to 127 V AC.7 mm)) 2 Weight of cover sheet: (17 lb bond to 110 lb cover (64 to 300 g/m )) (The available number of sheets for saddle stitching may decrease.4 mm to 330. 60 Hz. LGL.180 mm x 800 mm (1. LGL. EXEC 2 25 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) 2 5 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) 13” x 19”. 182 5/8” x 45 3/8” (4. 12” x 18”.8 lb (180 kg) *1 When the auxiliary booklet tray is pulled out. LTRR.2 mm x 487.

4 lb (17 kg) Installation Space (W x D) 135 7/8” x 45 3/8” (3. Hole Diameter Two holes: Three holes: 3/8” (8 mm) 3/8” (8 mm) Distance between Punch Holes Two holes: Three holes: 2 3/4” (70 mm) 4 1/4” (108 mm) Paper Size in Which Holes Can be Punched Two holes: Three holes: LGL and LTRR 11" x 17” and LTR *1 When approximately 6.2 mm x 487. Plain. Recycled. LTR. Coated. or EXEC 2 Weight: 16 lb bond to 73 lb cover (60 to 200 g/m ) Paper Size/Weight/Type Type: Thin. Plain.12 Document Insertion Unit-C1 Item Specifications Upper Tray: LTR. Pre-punched. Punch Hole Quantity. 11” x 17”. LTRR . LTRR. Vellum 2 Paper Capacity Upper Tray: 200 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) 2 Lower Tray: 200 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Power Source/Maximum Power Consumption From the finisher. LGL .6 lb (3 kg) inside the finisher 6. EXEC.000 sheets of paper have been punched. Color.152 mm) Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 35 . Recycled. LGL.6.2 mm)) Paper Size/Weight/Type Lower Tray: 13” x 19”. Texture Paper. and Irregular Size (7 1/8” x 7 1/8” to 11 11/16” x 13” (182 mm x 182 mm to 297 mm x 330. and Irregular Size (7 1/8” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” (182 mm x 182 mm to 330. Heavy. 12” x 18”. Color. depending on the surrounding environment.11 Puncher Unit-BB1 Item Specifications Size: *1 *1 11” x 17”. Power Source From the finisher. Punch Waste Tray Capacity *1 This number may vary.7 mm)) 2 Weight: 16 lb bond to 110 lb cover (60 to 300 g/m ) Type: Thin. LTR. and paper weight. LTRR. paper type. Texture Paper *1 For two holes only. Coated. Weight Approximately 6. Bond Paper. 72 W Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight 8 3/8” x 24 5/8” x 26 1/4” (213 mm x 625 mm x 667 mm) Approximately 37. Heavy.451 mm x 1. EXEC. Tab Paper. Bond Paper.

*2 The maximum stack capacity may differ. LTRR. STMTR.240 mm x 860 mm x 765 mm) Approximately 478.2 mm x 487. *3 The paper weight may differ. *1 Tab Paper (LTR) .2” maximum 2 *3 16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m ) Stacking Modes Straight. depending on the content or paper type. 12” x 18”. EXEC.5 lb (217 kg) *1 Outputting tab paper to the High Capacity Stacker’s Proof Tray.14 High Capacity Stacker-C1 Item Specifications Stack Tray: 11” x 17”.4 oz (295 g) 6. 13” x 19”.000 sheets 13” x 19.000 sheets *2 5.7 mm)) Paper Capacity 6. and Irregular Size (5 1/2” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” (139. LTRR. and Irregular Size (8 1/2” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” (216 mm x 182 mm to 330. LTR. 7 A Maximum Power Consumption 300 W Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight 48 7/8” x 33 7/8” x 30 1/8” (1. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 36 .7 mm x 182 mm to 330. LGL.2 mm x 487. depending on the main machine.13 Card Reader-C1 Item Specifications Available Cards Optical Card Readout Method Optical readout Store/Replay Replay Power Source From the main unit. may improve stacking performance. The maximum stack capacity is limited to 2. Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight 1 1/4” x 3 1/2” x 4” (32 mm x 88 mm x 100 mm) Approximately 10. Offset Power Source 120 to 127 V. LGL. Tab Paper (LTR).000 sheets when EXEC paper is used. LTR. 13” x 19”. EXEC.000 sheets maximum Number of Trays 2 trays Tray Capacity Paper Size/Weight Proof Tray: Stack Tray: Size: Weight: 1.6. 50/60 Hz. Post Card.7 mm)) Paper Size Proof Tray: 11” x 17”. 12” x 18”.

2” x 40. LTRR. EXEC. 60 Hz. Stack Tray. LTR.6.9” (899 mm x 745 mm x 1.8” (20 mm) Stack Tray (Internal): 2 3.6 lb (120 kg) imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 37 .040 mm) 35. 11” x 17”. Offset Power Source 120 to 127 V.9” (899 mm x 745 mm x 1. STMTR.3” x 40.000 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) or stacked up to 14” (355 mm) Eject Tray (External): 2 3. LGL. Eject Tray: 13” x 19”.000 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) or stacked up to 14” (355 mm) Straight. 12” x 18”. NEMA 5-15 Maximum Power Consumption 300 W Tray Capacity Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight Version 2 35.2 mm x 487. 10 A.15 High Capacity Stacker-F1 Item Specifications Top Tray. Custom Size: 5 1/2” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” (140 mm x 182 mm to 330.7 mm) Paper Size 2 Paper Weight Stacking Modes 14 lb bond to 120 lb cover (50 to 325 g/m ) Top Tray: 2 200 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) or stacked up to 0.4” x 49.4” x 29.250 mm) (When the eject tray is extended) Approximately 264. EXECR.

5” (6.5 mm).26” x 1.1” to 13” (257 mm to 330.5” x 36.) When binding 100 LTR sheets and cutting them to B5 (6.) Tray Capacity Warm Up Time Fewer than 7 minutes Power Source 208 V.2” (364 mm to 487.7 mm) *2 Width: 10. and the length can be adjusted in the range of ±0.9” (6.360 mm x 922 mm x 791 mm) Inserter Weight Approximately 697 lb (316 kg) *1 The width can be adjusted in the range of ±0.9” (6.01” (±0. Approximately 5” (127 mm) (This is equivalent to: 2 10 booklets of 100 body/slip sheets (17 lb bond (64 g/m )) + 2 one cover sheet (34 lb bond (128 g/m )).6 mm) *3 2 Body: 16 to 43 lb bond (60 to 163 g/m ) *4 2 Cover: 24 to 80 lb bond (90 to 300 g/m ) 2 16 lb bond (60 g/m ): 30 to 200 sheets 2 17 to 20 lb bond (64 to 80 g/m ): 10 to 200 sheets 2 20 to 28 lb bond (81 to 105 g/m ): 10 to 150 sheets 2 28 to 43 lb bond (106 to 163 g/m ): 1 to 10 sheets (slip sheet only) Three Sides or No Trimming Side: 0.2 mm) 14.1” (1.06” (13 mm to 79 mm) 0.1” to 1” (1 mm to 25 mm) (not including covers) Cutting Range *2 *1 Booklet Size *1 (after 3-direction cutting) Width: Length: *2 Width: Length: *2 Width: Length: Cover Sheet Size Body/Slip Sheet Size *1 Paper Weight Maximum Binding Capacity Margin Trimming Paper that Can Go through the Binder/Pass-Through Transfer Section 0.26” x 1.5 mm to 49.5 mm) Size: Depends on the printer specifications *3 2 Weight: 16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m ) Approximately 0.5 mm x 49.6” to 3. there is space for the cuttings from approximately 15 booklets.8 lb (380 grams) Glue Capacity Trimmer Waste Unit Capacity (This is enough for approximately 135 booklets when binding 100-page 2 LTR-size booklets of 17 lb bond (64 g/m ) paper.7” (203 mm to 297 mm) 5.000 sheets of paper total. or approximately 1. 60 Hz.5” (138 mm to 216 mm) 10.6.9” x 9. *2 The width refers to the feeding edge of the paper.5 mm) Top/Bottom: 0. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 38 . *3 The paper weight may differ.4” to 8.2” to 9” (182 mm to 228.5 mm x 39. 2 *4 Use grain short paper for the cover if the paper weight is 67 lb bond (251 g/m ) or higher.6 A Maximum Power Consumption 623 W Dimensions (H x W x D) with 53.3” x 31.4” to 19.3” to 1.8” (176 mm x 250 mm)).16 Perfect Binder-B1 Item Specifications Binding Method Hot glue at spine with wraparound cover Booklet Thickness Approximately 0.6” (257 mm to 320 mm) Length: 7. depending on the main machine.1” to 12.03” (±1 mm). 2.5 mm) 8” to 11.

575 mm x 770 mm) (without conveyor and delivery tray) Approximately 335 lb (152 kg) If the cover sheet is thinner than the other sheets in the booklet.6. Therefore. depending on the main machine. the cover sheet may be scratched. Maximum Power Consumption 300 W 41” x 62” x 30 3/8” (1. Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight *1 *2 *3 *4 Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 39 .2”.78” (20 mm).08” to 0. the conveyor capacity is the same as the booklet trimmer’s conveyor tray. LTR paper (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Conveyor belt . LGL.78” (2 mm to 20 mm) Maximum Number of *1*2 Sheets 50 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) 2 2 48 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) + 2 sheets (110 lb cover (300 g/m )) Acceptable Paper Sizes 2 *3 Acceptable Paper Weights 13” x 19.040 mm x 1. The possible trim size may change. 11” x 17”. LTRR 2 16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m ) Booklet Waste Tray Capacity *4 Conveyor Capacity 1. The Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 does not come with a conveyor tray. It can only be used with the optional Booklet Trimmer-D1’s conveyor tray. The maximum number of sheets that can be trimmed may differ. 12” x 18”. depending on the main machine. It is recommended to use a thicker sheet for the cover sheet.500 sheets of trimmed strips 2 (width 0.17 Booklet Trimmer-D1 Item Specifications Margin Trimming Method Upper knife reciprocating fore-edge Trim Amount 0.30 booklets 2 (or 40 sheets of an LTR booklet (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Power Source From the finisher.

2”.59” (15 mm).59” (2 mm to 15 mm) Trimming Width Trim Box Capacity *4 Conveyor Capacity Minimum width of booklet in top and bottom directions: 7. LGL. It can only be used with the optional Booklet Trimmer-D1’s conveyor tray. 11” x 17”. 4 A Maximum Power Consumption 440 W 41” x 21. the cover sheet may be scratched. depending on the main machine.040 mm x 536 mm x 770 mm) (without conveyor and delivery trays) Approximately 319 lb (145 kg) (without conveyor and delivery trays) If the cover sheet is thinner than the other sheets in the booklet. Therefore.4” (1. The possible trim size may change. The maximum number of sheets that can be trimmed may differ. depending on the main machine. It is recommended to use a thicker sheet for the cover sheet.500 sheets of trimmed strips 2 (width 0.30 booklets 2 (or 40 sheets of an LTR booklet (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Power Source 120 to 127 V AC.18 Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 Item Specifications Margin Trimming Method Upper knife. reciprocating top-bottom Maximum Number of *1*2 Sheets 50 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) 2 2 48 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) + 2 sheets (110 lb cover (300 g/m )) Acceptable Paper Sizes 2 *3 Acceptable Paper Weights 13” x 19.08” to 0. The Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 does not come with a conveyor tray. the conveyor capacity is the same as the booklet trimmer’s conveyor tray.6. LTR paper (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Conveyor belt . 12” x 18”.1” x 30. 50/60 Hz. Dimensions (H x W x D)/ Weight *1 *2 *3 *4 Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 40 . LTRR 2 16 lb bond to 120 lb cover (60 to 325 g/m ) Top-bottom: 0.48” (190 mm) 1.

76” (4 mm to 70 mm) *1 Asymmetrical Trim (Offset Capability) Minimal Booklet Staple Clearance (from Top to Bottom) Approximately 8. 60 Hz.38” (2 mm to 35 mm) Together: 0.60” (244 mm) 2 Approximately ±0. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 41 . Pass Through Width (No Trimming) Approximately 8.87” (200 mm) to 12.6.19 SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker with Two-Knife Trimmer Item Specifications Input Accessory Booklet Trimmer-D1 is required.298 mm) (with the conveyor tray fully extended) Weight Approximately 573 lb (260 kg) 2 *1 If a booklet’s input height is greater than 12.71” (120 mm) to 9. it must be trimmed to 12.3” x 51.59” (15 mm) Approximately 1.08” to 1.60” (320 mm) Booklet Trimming Input Width : Output Width: Input/Output Length: Acceptable Paper Weights 16 lb bond to 110 lb cover (60 to 300 g/m ) Trimming Width Each Side: 0.1” (1. 15 A Maximum Power Consumption Approximately 740 W Dimensions (H x W x D) 51” x 62.60” (320 mm).27” (210 mm) to 12.57” (40 mm) 2 Booklet Sheet Capacity Up to 25 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Maximum Productivity Up to 800 booklets/hour (up to 100 pages (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) Power Source 120 V AC.60” (320 mm) or fewer inches/millimeters.60” (320 mm) Approximately 4.27” (210 mm) to 12.582 mm x 1.60” (320 mm) Approximately 7.295 mm x 1.16” to 2.

Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 42 . Server 2003. UFR II uses both the CPU in the imagePRESS C7010VP controller and the user’s PC for processing print data. and Macintosh OS X environments. page description languages.7. This section describes the system related optional accessories and their functions. System Options The functionality of the imagePRESS C7010VP can be expanded by installing system related optional accessories. and maximizes the print speed.1 Color UFR II/PCL/PS Printer Kit-T2 The Color UFR II/PCL/PS Printer Kit-T2 supports three. 7. PCL5c/6 and PostScript 3 emulation are common PDLs used for printing typical office documents. which balances the load. NOTE UFR II print drivers are only available for Windows 2000/XP. The third PDL is Canon’s proprietary UFR II (Ultra Fast Rendering II) technology.

and commercial printers that need more color control. 3 GB (1 GB x 3) CPU Memory HDD 3.46 GHz with Turbo Boost) 12 MB Cache DDR3 1333 MHz. APPE (Adobe PDF Print Engine). versatility. such as the Graphic Arts Package.5 inch.8 GHz (up to 3. For more information on these standard and optional software packages. The Canon imagePRESS Server A2300 is suited for corporate in-plants. print for pay.2 imagePRESS Server A2300 The imagePRESS Server A2300 is a higher-performance controller for the imagePRESS C7010VP digital press. and Imaging Enhance.7. and reliability. please see the documentation that comes with the imagePRESS Server A2300. The table below represents the hardware specifications for the imagePRESS Server A2300 print controller. Item Specifications Single Intel Core i7 860 2. SeeQuence Suite. SATA 500 GB Optical Disk Drive DVD/CD-RW Drive System Software Supported Communication Protocols System 10 OS Version 2 AppleTalk. TCP/IP (Auto Protocol Switching) Windows 7 Professional FES (64-bit) imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 43 . and is configurable with options. image quality. such as the Removable HDD Kit-B3 and Graphic Arts Package Premium Edition. It comes loaded with standard features.

1333 MHz. SATA 250 GB x 1. and Imaging Enhance. such as the Graphic Arts Package Premium Edition. 6.7. It is also configurable with the optional Removable HDD Kit-B2. Item Specifications Hex Core Intel Xeon X5660 2. and optimum workflow versatility for professionals.8 GHz. APPE. The table below represents the hardware specifications for the imagePRESS Server A3300 print controller. For more information on the standard and optional features that can be configured with the imagePRESS Server A3300. please see the documentation that comes with the imagePRESS Server A3300. SeeQuence Suite.3 imagePRESS Server A3300 The imagePRESS Server A3300 is built for maximum color control.5 inch. variable data printing. It is also ideal for graphic-intensive environments that require production and business (Print MIS) workflow integration via JDF (Job Definition Format). 4 GB (1 GB x 4) CPU Memory HDD 3. 500 GB x 2 Optical Disk Drive DVD/CD-RW Drive System Software Supported Communication Protocols System 10 OS Version 2 AppleTalk. TCP/IP (Auto Protocol Switching) Windows 7 Professional FES (64-bit) imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 44 .40 GT/s (Gigatransfers per second) QPI (QuickPath Interconnect) x 2 DDR3. The imagePRESS Server A3300 comes fully loaded with standard features. image quality.

66 GHz 1. and utilities. and variable data printing formats. such as Adobe PostScript.7. Mouse Pad 19” LCD Monitor Color Measurement Device: X-Rite Eye-One Stand (Optional) 3 x USB Rear Ports 1 USB Front Port 2 x USB on Board 1 Serial Port 2 Ethernet Ports • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Server 2008 • Macintosh OS X 10. keyboard. such as the Professional Power Pack and X-Rite Eye-One. The imagePRESS CR Server A7000 V2 comes standard-equipped with a monitor. The imagePRESS CR Server A7000 V2 converts image files in PDL (Page Description Language) formats.333 MHz DDR3 5 GB User Disk: 250 GB x 1 Printer (Image) Disk: 250 GB x 3 CPU Memory HDD Creo Dedicated Hardware Peripherals Interface Ports Ethernet Ports Print Drivers Version 2 FusionCS2 • • • • • • • • Keyboard. mouse. Item Specifications Intel Core 2 Quad 2. Mouse. ready-to-print format for direct high-quality digital printing.4 imagePRESS CR Server A7000 V2 The imagePRESS CR Server A7000 V2 enables printing from Windows and Macintosh operating systems. The imagePRESS CR Server A7000 V2 also streamlines the printing process by enabling users to print with preset workflows. to a suitable. The Process Power Pack is available as an option.4 or later imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 45 . and uses RIP (Raster Image Processor) technology. PDF. The table below represents the hardware specifications for the imagePRESS CR Server A7000 V2 print controller.

7. such as Adobe PostScript. ready-to-print format for direct high-quality digital printing.4 or later imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 46 . and utilities. and uses RIP (Raster Image Processor) technology.333 MHz DDR3 5 GB User Disk: 500 GB x 1 Printer (Image) Disk: 500 GB x 3 CPU Memory HDD Creo Dedicated Hardware Peripherals Interface Ports Ethernet Ports Print Drivers Version 2 FusionCS2 • • • • • • • • Keyboard. Process Power Pack. Mouse Pad 19” LCD Monitor Color Measurement Device: X-Rite Eye-One Stand (Optional) 3 x USB Rear Ports 1 USB Front Port 2 x USB on Board 1 Serial Port 2 Ethernet Ports • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Server 2008 • Macintosh OS X 10. The imagePRESS CR Server A7500 also streamlines the printing process by enabling users to print with preset workflows.46 GHz with Turbo Boost) 1. such as the Professional Power Pack. to a suitable. Item Specifications i7 Intel Quad Core 2. and variable data printing formats.8 GHz (Up to 3. keyboard. The imagePRESS CR Server A7500 converts image files in PDL (Page Description Language) formats. The table below represents the hardware specifications for the imagePRESS CR Server A7500 print controller. mouse. Mouse. The imagePRESS CR Server A7500 comes standard-equipped with a monitor. and X-Rite Eye-One.5 imagePRESS CR Server A7500 The imagePRESS CR Server A7500 enables printing from Windows and Macintosh operating systems. PDF.

This eliminates electronic jams and full e-mail inboxes.6 Color Universal Send Kit-G1 The Color Universal Send Kit enables the user to send scanned documents via e-mail or I-fax. This prevents encrypted hard disk data that is extracted from the machine from being read. 7. as well as send scanned data to be stored in file servers or User Inboxes. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 47 . NOTE A license key issued by a certificate authority must be registered to activate the Digital User Signature PDF Kit. 7. This enables the recipient of a PDF file to verify which user signed it. 7. and Searchable PDF files.7 Universal Send PDF Security Feature Set-A1 The Universal Send PDF Security Feature Set-A1 enables the user to encrypt PDF files and set a password to send the files safely to a file server or e-mail address.10 Secure Watermark-A1 The Secure Watermark-A1 option enables the user to embed hidden text in the background of copies. 7.11 HDD Data Encryption Kit-B9 The HDD Data Encryption Kit-B9 is a tool that enables the user to encrypt all of the data stored on the hard disk of the machine. It also enables the recipient of the PDF file to verify which device scanned it. A URL Send feature enables scanned documents to be stored on the device while it sends only the URL of the document to a recipient for retrieval.8 Universal Send PDF Advanced Feature Set-A1 The Universal Send PDF Advanced Feature Set-A1 enables the user to make Compact PDF. The embedded text only appears when the machine prints the copies. Trace & Smooth. 7.7.9 Digital User Signature PDF Kit-A1 The Digital User Signature PDF Kit-A1 enables the user to add a digital user signature obtained from a certificate authority to a PDF file.

Moreover. for example) can specify settings.7. and preventing the unauthorized use of confidential information.15 Remote Operator's Software Kit-B1 The Remote Operator's Software Kit-B1 enables the control panel screens to be emulated on a networked computer so users (with a physical impairment. If PDF files are registered on the Web page.14 Encrypted Secure Print Software-C1 The Encrypted Secure Print Software-C1 enables the user to encrypt print data sent from a computer using the Secured Print function and decrypt it at the machine. This strengthens the security of print data by preventing the content of printed documents from being seen by other users. The Access Management System works with the SSO (Single Sign-On) login service. the Web page or special content can be shared with other users. if a Web page or special content is created. 7. the optional Color UFRII/PCL/PS Printer Kit-T2 must be installed. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 48 .13 Web Access Software-E1 The Web Access Software-E1 enables the user to view Web pages from the touch panel display of the machine. 7. 7. NOTE To use the Encrypted Secure Print Software-C1. and then registered as a PDF file. the user can print them without using a computer.16 Access Management System Kit-B1 The Access Management System Kit-B1 enables the administrator to assign users and user groups access restrictions to entire or specific machine functions. 7. the optional Color UFR II/PCL/PS Printer Kit-T2 must be activated.12 Data Erase Kit-C1 The Data Erase Kit-C1 enables the user to erase the data stored on the hard disk. and access the control panel remotely. NOTE To print Web pages and PDF files using the Web Access Software-E1.

“Before You Start Using This Machine. make sure to use the Control Panel Power Switch on the operating console.17 Removable HDD Kit The Removable HDD Kit enables the hard disk of the machine to be removed while the machine’s power is turned OFF. When turning the machine OFF. 7.18 Other imagePRESS C7010VP Main Unit Accessory Options • Braille Label Kit-E1 • Voice Guidance Kit-B1 • Barcode Printing Kit-D1 • Key Switch Unit-A2 • ADF Access Handle-A1 • System Accessory Attachment Kit-A1 7. it is necessary to replace both drives because the imagePRESS C7010VP system software is spanned over both drives. This kit provides a layer of data security for government agencies and corporate enterprises who need to ensure that the data stored on the hard disk is physically secured when the machine is no longer in use. The kit includes a carrying case and a key to enable easy removal and storage.7. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 49 . For detailed instructions on shutting the machine down properly. Turning the machine OFF via the power switch may negatively impact the performance and life of the drive. see Chapter 1. If one of the two hard drives is damaged.” in the Reference Guide.19 Notes on the Hard Disk The imagePRESS C7010VP has two hard disks to realize high-speed data transfer by striping – a set of data is divided and written onto both hard disks simultaneously.

Forklift availability and its operator . and the number of technicians performing the installation. The estimated installation times are based on a minimum of two (2) experienced technicians. the times in the table below must be added. and calculated from the average amount of manpower hours.1 Installation Time The time required to install the imagePRESS C7010VP depends on the options and accessories to be installed. or a need to remove doors to enter rooms . Installation Review This chapter describes the necessary number of technicians required to install the machine properly. IMPORTANT • Set up time may vary due to the following conditions: .Narrow hallways. If accessories are included in the installation. Description imagePRESS C7010VP – Main Unit POD Deck-A1 Secondary POD Deck-A1 Paper Deck-AC1 High Capacity Stacker-C1 High Capacity Stacker-F1 Finisher-AJ1/Saddle Finisher-AJ2 Professional Puncher-B1 + Professional Puncher Integration Unit-A1 Booklet Trimmer-D1 Color Image Reader-H1 DADF-R1 Document Insertion Unit-C1 Perfect Binder-B1 Stack Bypass-A1 Puncher Unit-BB1 Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 SDD Square Fold Booklet-Maker + Two-Knife Trimmer Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Estimated Time 120 minutes 40 minutes 50 minutes 15 minutes 30 minutes 60 minutes 30 minutes 40 minutes 45 minutes 30 minutes 20 minutes 25 minutes 60 minutes 15 minutes 25 minutes 15 minutes 120 minutes Page 50 .Uneven or damaged floors making leveling the equipment difficult and time consuming • With the aforementioned conditions in mind. 8. the time required to install the main unit and optional equipment. an installation of only the main unit can take between 4 to 6 hours. Customers should discuss the time requirements with their servicing dealer and schedule the installation accordingly. and customer installation responsibilities. The table below indicates the estimated length of time needed to install the main unit and optional accessories starting from the time the machine is packed to when it is installed.8.

Consumables Consumables are all products and materials that are consumed with regular use and cannot be reused. A number of factors go into the approximate life expectancy of a consumable item.000 Image Ratio 48% total: 12% each color *1 *1 Based on 28 lb LTR size paper. venting provided if necessary. paper. Network connections available. however.000 to 300.2 Customer Responsibilities Item 9. and under the above optimal environmental conditions. the screens will show images that will not be animated. but are not limited to. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 51 . reduced dealer service calls. 10. higher monthly print volume. and toner. Comment Identify location for equipment. including paper size and the amount of coverage per page. Item Operating Temperature Condition 68°F to 80. Verify strength of floor and level. Area meets environmental specifications. and optimized machine performance. Temperature and humidity are within specifications. Confirm proper electrical outlets and power are available. The benefits of the CPP are maximized uptime. Such consumables include. Consult the servicing dealer for program details. The operator can still use the Operator Maintenance mode on the digital press without having the optional imagePRESS Server A3300 or A2300. Area meets space and service space requirements. Ensure that the equipment can be delivered to the site. chemicals.6°F (20°C to 27°C) Operating Humidity 30% to 70% Optimal Performance Range Per Month 70. Path is clear and unobstructed. and enough outlets for equipment (including accessories). The Operator Maintenance mode displays details on user-friendly screens. To see the animated Operator Maintenance mode screens. These screens use animation to show the operator how to change machine parts. Operate the machine within the following usage conditions to achieve optimal machine performance. If desired. Customer Productivity Program The CPP (Customer Productivity Program) enables owners of the imagePRESS C7010VP the ability to perform proactive maintenance and self-service on their machine. the optional imagePRESS Server A3300 or A2300 (with the optional Integrated Interface & Stand-A1) must be attached.8. Dedicated power. Certified by structural engineers.

500 imagePRESS C7010VP Black 0440B001AA 1 750. and machine maintenance. but are not limited to feed rollers. NOTE All consumable supplies shown in the table below are for reference purposes only.500 35. An estimated consumable parts life is provided below to assist in the initial parts/supplies planning. environment. and then should be replaced as needed.000 Starter (Developer) imagePRESS C7010VP Magenta 0442B001AA 1 250. and are subject to change without notice.500 Toner IPQ-2 Yellow Toner 0439B003AA 1 35.000 Starter (Developer) imagePRESS C7010VP Yellow 0443B001AA 1 750. cleaning blades. A consumable part’s life expectancy is directly related to usage factors. *3 The actual consumption of toner varies. and Canon U. the toner cartridges will yield approximately 40. coverage of original. Inc. Using paper larger than LTR reduces the supply yields and parts life accordingly. Therefore.10.000 Starter (Developer) *1 Estimated life is based on LTR paper. paper quality. *1 Item Part Number Quantity Estimated Life (Copies/Prints) 35. consumable parts do not have a warranty. usage application. and job mode. fixing assembly components. such as paper size..A.S. depending on saturation. Examples of consumable parts include. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 52 .500 Remarks IPQ-2 Black Toner 0436B003AA 1 IPQ-2 Cyan Toner 0437B003AA 1 *2*3 10% image ratio IPQ-2 Magenta 0438B003AA 1 35. 10.1 Estimated Life of Consumables The table below states the estimated life expectancy yields based on LTR size paper. etc. cannot guarantee a minimum life.1. paper type.75% image ratio. *2 At an 8.000 sheets.1 Consumable Parts Consumable parts are defined as those parts having a limited life that will be reached during a customer’s specific machine operation.000 Starter (Developer) imagePRESS C7010VP Cyan 0441B001AA 1 750.

Toner Container and Hopper Unit Yields A toner container holds approximately 1. The waste toner bottle may be replaced while the machine is running since collected waste toner can be accumulated temporarily in the waste toner buffer (up to approximately 10. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 53 .700 grams of toner. The operator should replace the waste toner bottle with the provided spare bottle when the message indicating that the waste toner bottle is full is displayed (at approximately 50.000 grams. the types of jobs performed. depending on certain variables: • If the machine is maintained and serviced by a Canon authorized service technician • If only Genuine Canon service and consumable parts are used The actual performance of the machine may vary. based on customer usage factors.11. any accumulated toner in the waste toner buffer empties into the new waste toner bottle. and will yield approximately 35.000 LTR prints). Upon replacement of the waste toner bottle.500 impressions at 10% coverage per color totaling 40%. The dealer should empty the full waste toner bottle and dispose of the toner waste only in a manner that is applicable to the law in the geographical area where the machine is located. 12. and will yield approximately 40. When the waste toner buffer becomes full. Estimated Performance Standards The EPS (Estimated Performance Standard) is an estimate of the maximum print and scan volumes the machine can achieve in its life span. The emptied bottle should then be returned to the customer prior to the next waste toner is full alert.000 impressions. Waste Toner Yields The waste toner bottle collects the waste toner during the printing process. 13. such as the environment in which the machine is installed. the imagePRESS C7010VP stops. and the types of media used.000 sheets of LTR paper). The hopper unit holds approximately 2.

000 90% 80% 50% 12% • • • • Main Unit 1-POD Deck Saddle Finisher imagePRESS Server 170 Minutes 30 Minutes 22.000 80. depending on the total print volume. maintenance costs.780 23.3 4. etc.000.1 Machine Reliability and Service Call Ratio The service call ratio varies. installation environment. and are based on the use of LTR size paper.800.4 16.1 2.000.The following EPS values are for reference purposes only. 13.000 7. and paper type.000. performance. however. *5 The Average CBV (Copies Between Visits) is the estimated number of total sheets between service visits.7 *1 CMP (Commercial Print) *2 CRD (Central Reproduction Department) *3 The Work Time (minutes per visits) is the average amount of time a service technician needs to service a machine.200.000 sheets.000 50.1 4. image ratio. depending on the MCV (Monthly Copy Volume). Item Estimated Life Reader Unit (Optional) Printer Approximately 1. *4 The Travel Time (minutes per visits) is the average amount of time a service technician needs to travel from site to site.300 3.000 3. depending on the local service map.000.300 18.000 sheets (LTR) *1 Approximately 18.800 5. depending on the service technician’s experience and the service required during each site visit. This number may vary.500 29. *6 The Visit Ratio is the estimated number of service visits per month. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 54 .000. *2 The machine will continue operating after approximately 18 million sheets. paper size.000 sheets (LTR) *1 A high-durability parts change is required at approximately 9.000 4. The actual CBV may vary.000 sheets (LTR) *2 Stack Bypass-A1 (Optional) Approximately 1. The CBV takes into account all service visits throughout the term of the maintenance agreement.600 19. cannot be guaranteed. copy quality. and service required.0 3. This number may vary. Usage Factors Monthly Print Volume Print Volume Over a 5 Year Maintenance Agreement Color Ratio *1 CMP Large/Heavy *2 Paper Ratio CRD Toner Coverage for Each Color Configuration (Main Unit and Accessories) *3 Labor Work Time *4 Travel Time *1 *5 Average CBV Service Visit Ratio *6 CMP *2 CRD *1 CMP *2 CRD 120. large paper ratio.

see “Environmental Factors and Requirements. For information on the optimal environmental conditions for the machine. However.000 to 300. consider purchasing additional machines or higher volume machines. It is recommended to stay within the optimum print/copy volume to reduce a possible increase in servicing and maintenance issues. Monthly PCV Type Optimum PCV Maximum PCV Description This is the print/copy volume range that the equipment was intended to run on a regular basis to maintain a high level of performance and print/copy quality. and depend strongly on the type of media selected and environmental conditions. 21. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 55 . and it allows time for the proper servicing and maintenance of the equipment. Number of LTR Prints/Copies 70.14. sustained use of the machine at this print/copy level will impact the long term performance and durability of the machine. Please note that the numbers in the table are for reference purposes only.000 IMPORTANT If the machine consistently runs at or above the upper end of the optimum PCV.000 1. Optimum Monthly Product Performance The table below describes the differences between the optimum PCV (Print Copy Volume) and maximum PCV. This is the maximum number of pages the machine can produce within a one-month period.000. Running the equipment within this range ensures that no undue stress is placed on components.” on p.

6 37.7 33.0 50.4 45.0 70.0 70.6 71. The imagePRESS C7010VP maintains print speed regardless of paper weight.1 70.1 Stack Bypass N/A N/A N/A 50.0 35.1 37.7 35.0 44.1 33.0 50.9 30.6 35.7 35.4 33.0 25.4 30.6 37.8 33.6 37.6 71.0 N/A N/A N/A 38.4 31.0 35.1 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document 2-Sided (ppm) Side Paper Deck N/A N/A N/A 71.1 33.0 41.0 25.6 23. a decrease in print speed may be experienced when using heavier weight paper stocks narrower than 8.1 Print Speed One of the key features of the imagePRESS C7010VP is its print speed technology.6 37.1 70.1 25.0 70. A letter-sized sheet of bond paper weighing 16 lb (60 g/m2) will print at 70 ppm.6 Main Unit w/POD Deck N/A N/A N/A 71.0 25.0 50.0 25.7 35.6 38.6 23.6 23. Machine Productivity This chapter describes the productivity of the imagePRESS C7010VP.6 Page 56 .4 33.0 50. The fixing rollers cannot disperse the heat uniformly when paper smaller than 11” (LTR and LGL) is run through the digital press.7 33.0 35.7 35.7 35.7 35.0 N/A N/A N/A 38. The table below describes the printing speeds one should expect when printing one.3 50.4 25.9 30.1 70.0 25.9 41.7 35.15.8 44.6 61.6 37.0 25. Most stocks will maintain their speed regardless of their weight.0 35.0 35.6 37.0 42.8 33.0 70.6 38.4 31. the same sized sheet at 120 lb cover (325 g/m2) will print at 70 ppm.0 23.6 37.6 23.or two-sided documents on the indicated paper size and type.0 35.6 37.6 71.0 70.6 61.0 25.0 N/A N/A N/A 45.0 23.8 33.4 53.4 30. Also.7 33.5” x 11”.0 25.6 35.6 37.1 1-Sided (ppm) Side Paper Deck N/A N/A N/A 71.6 37.0 55.6 35.0 25.1 Stack Bypass 50.6 31.6 37.6 23.0 25.0 50.3 25.0 35.0 50.0 50.7 35.7 35.0 70.2 42.9 41.4 31.3 25.1 37. This will cause blistering and image deformity.0 45.2 42.7 35.9 41.0 70.0 50.6 31.4 31.1 25.0 70.0 N/A N/A N/A 53.1 37.7 35.6 61.4 25.6 23.6 23.0 50.1 33.6 71.0 42. 15.6 61.6 37.6 35.3 25.1 37.0 35. However.0 50.1 33.6 23.9 41.8 33.7 35. Paper Size STMTR EXEC LTR EXECR LTRR LGL 11” x 17” 12” x 18” Version 2 Paper Weight 2 (g/m ) 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 180 181 – 209 210 – 256 256 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 180 181 – 209 210 – 256 256 – 325 Main Unit w/POD Deck N/A N/A N/A 71.6 23.1 70.6 23.3 25.7 33.0 50.

1 22.3 33.4 22.1 22.8 Main Unit w/POD Deck 33. − If 28 to 34 lb bond (106 to 127 g/m2) coated paper and greater than 140 lb index (257 g/m2) paper are used at the same time.9 66.3 31.3 22.1 N/A N/A N/A IMPORTANT The copy/print speeds in the table above may not be achieved if the user copies/prints in the conditions below: − If 20 to 28 lb bond (80 to 105 g/m2) coated paper and greater than 67 lb cover (181 g/m2) paper are used at the same time.3 33.1 22. while creating a saddle stitched booklet.9 1-Sided (ppm) Side Stack Paper Bypass Deck 33.3 33.3 22.8 N/A 47. − If tab paper and other paper types are used at the same time.0 31.6 33.8 N/A 47.1 22.0 22.1 33.3 31.3 22.4 33.6 31.4 22.4 22.2” LTR-Tab Paper Weight 2 (g/m ) 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 180 181 – 209 210 – 256 256 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 180 181 – 209 210 – 256 256 – 325 60 – 105 106 – 170 171 – 325 Main Unit w/POD Deck 33.1 33.0 66. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 57 .4 33.6 22.4 31.3 22.6 33.6 22.1 22.6 33.3 31. − If papers of differing lengths are fed together at the same time.6 33.6 31.6 22. − If a saddle stitched booklet with one or two sheets is created.1 31.4 31.6 33.3 33.2 mm) or more is used.3 31.3 33. − If paper whose length of the feeding direction is 18” (457.0 31.4 33.0 N/A N/A N/A Stack Bypass 22.4 33.1 33.Print Speed Table Continued Paper Size 13” x 19” 13” x 19.9 66.0 N/A N/A N/A 2-Sided (ppm) Side Paper Deck 33.6 33.1 31.6 33.4 22.0 22.3 33.3 33. − If the main document is copied/printed as one-sided and the cover and sheet insertions are copied/printed as two-sided while bookbinding.3 31.3 22.3 31.3 33.3 22.4 22.6 31.3 33.6 33.4 22.0 31.6 33.3 33.3 33.3 33.1 N/A 47.6 22.

the digital press can run up to two hours with no operator intervention. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 58 . 2-High Capacity Stackers. 15. the machine’s productivity may be reduced if one or more of the following print conditions occur during a job run: • Using paper with different paper weights • Using single and double-sided printing • Inserting tab paper • Inserting paper from the Document Insertion Unit-C1 • Using different image magnifications for both sides of a sheet • The amount of paper in the Paper Deck-AC1 falls below 100 sheets • An image that is printing is very large • Saddle-folding only one sheet • Stapling heavy paper • A large print job is running and the finisher switches from the tray that is full to another tray. any paper weight). Any simplex or duplex job may be produced without any operator intervention during the two hours. if a two-sided job on LTR paper (or any larger size paper) is running. In fact. only 1-POD Deck-A1 and 1-High Capacity Stacker-C1 are required. Both stackers are empty. the operator should check the following conditions: 1.2 Mixed Media Productivity The imagePRESS C7010VP is capable of processing jobs that contain mixed media. Toner coverage area averages 10% for each color. The paper decks must be full (2-POD Decks. Toner bottles are full. Before beginning an unattended run. 4. however. 2. With its new productivity and reliability enhancements and technologies. 3.15.3 Two Hour Unattended Operation The imagePRESS C7010VP was designed for true production environments.

The paper trays can also be opened and refilled during operation.4 Paper. Therefore. Finally. the operator will remain productive. toner. and high-quality output. The tray that is being utilized by the digital press during production. and jobs finish in the same amount of time. and add more paper. Therefore. The imagePRESS C7010VP incorporates many control systems which compensate for environmental and print process conditions. will be locked. The imagePRESS C7010VP has a large toner hopper. productivity and image quality are not affected. Media Usage/Compatibility The imagePRESS C7010VP maintains reliable. or the machine switches to another tray. Knowing the characteristics of the media guarantees optimal print output. Consistency of the output is dependent on knowing and compensating for variables of a print job. the waste toner bottle is required to be replaced when filled.15. replacing. Similar to the paper. Another variable is the print media. However. making it possible for the digital press to run much longer with no bottle. allowing the operator to prepare for the next job. and Waste Toner Replacement The imagePRESS operator can maintain productivity by removing. this bottle may be removed while the digital press is running. 16. and waste toner while the digital press is running. the toner bottle may be removed and replaced while a job is printing. The operator is not required to replace the bottle immediately after removing the old bottle. predictable. Toner. however. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 59 . The drawers will not always run dry when switching. and not notice any changes in speed or quality. the empty tray unlocks. No productivity is affected and jobs finish quicker. and refilling the paper. Once the job completes.

Specify how to adjust the image shape by adjusting the left Right Angle Correction and right sides of the lead edge margin toward the feeding direction. Select the finish of the paper (e. Back Lead Edge Align. Color Specify the color of the paper.g. if the stitches appear in the center of a booklet. Specify how to adjust the adhesive force in the ITB.16. Hole Punch Position Adjust Tail End White Patch Correct. Vertical or Horizontal). imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 60 . Tab Paper. but the folds do not appear in the center.. Specify how to adjust the image alignment at the left edge of Left Edge Alignment the paper toward the feeding direction.g. Uncoated or 1-Sided Finish Coated). Specify how to adjust the position of the folds in a booklet. Saddle Fold Placement Adjust. 2 Select the weight of the paper in g/m . Zoom Specify how to adjust the zoom ratio of an image. Version 2 Parameters Specify how to adjust the glossiness and fine black print on a custom paper type.1 Media Characteristics by Media Library Parameters The table below describes the standard media library parameters.g. Specify the correction adjustment. Specify how to adjust the saddle stitch position of a booklet.. Normal. Specify how to adjust the amount of toner applied on the tail end of the paper. *1 These settings are available when custom paper is registered. *1 Image Location Adjustment Specify the settings below. and they do not have to be enabled by a service technician. it is fed. Specify how to adjust the paper separation fan output from the Air Assist-equipped Paper Decks only. Select the category of the paper. Skew Correction Specify how to adjust the angle of the paper as it is fed. Creep (Displacement) Correct. Adj. Specify how to adjust the position of the punch holes. Specify how to adjust the image position on the back side to Auto Corr match the image position on the front side. Select the fiber direction of the paper (e. The table below describes the media library parameters that must be enabled by a service technician. Characteristics Gloss/Fine Black Adjustment Paper Separation Fan Level Paper Fiber Direction Selection Secondary Transfer Voltage ITB Paper Detachment Adjust. ITB Image Clear Adjustment Saddle Stitch Position Adjust Saddle Stitch Fold Plac. or Type Pre-punched Paper). Specify how to adjust the toner residue on the ITB that may transfer to the paper. Characteristics • Name Category Basis Weight Parameters Select the name of the paper. Skew Correction Level Specify how to adjust the registered position of the paper as Adjust. Specify how to finely adjust the image density. Specify how to adjust the image alignment at the lead edge Lead Edge Alignment of the paper toward the feeding direction. *1 Curl Correction Level Specify how to correct the amount of curl. Select the type of paper (e. Specify how to adjust the position of the folds in the center of the paper..

streaks may appear on the image. and move the abrasive perpendicular to the paper approximately three times. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 61 . Storing paper in a location that does not meet these specifications may affect paper feeding and image quality. and store it on a flat surface. Rewrap any remaining paper in its original package. • Before loading paper. Otherwise. make sure to fan the sheets thoroughly so that air runs through the sheets.2 Paper Handling and Storage • The permissible humidity range for paper storage is 30% to 70% (with a room temperature of 68°F to 80. part life may be reduced. as shown in the diagrams below. • We recommend using paper immediately after opening the package. may cause paper jams or result in poor print quality. Use an abrasive to make the four cutting sides smooth. • When you cut paper.16.6°F (20°C to 27°C)). Using paper that has been stored in a different environment (with a different temperature and humidity). the cutting sides of the paper must be made smooth. paper feeding may be affected. • Only use paper that has fully acclimatized to the environment in which the machine is installed. Make sure to put the paper on a flat table to use the abrasive. or service calls may increase.

Major topics in this document include: • Acceptable Paper • Problems Caused by Paper Curl • Storing/Editing Irregular Paper Types • Acceptable Paper Type List To obtain the Specialty Media Handling Guide for the imagePRESS C7010VP. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 62 . please contact a local authorized Canon dealer.16.3 Selecting the Correct Media Canon USA publishes an imagePRESS C7010VP Specialty Media Handling Guide which provides detailed information on approved media.

it is best to use paper that is cross-grained. This type of paper is not as reliable as paper made for machines utilizing an electrostatic process. Also. and produces better quality results in a digital press machine. 243 g/m2 paper is used in the Saddle Stitch mode. direction of curl. which is cut for long edge feeding. • If 12 point. such as laser printers and copiers. and amount of curl have a strong influence on how well the paper is transported through the machine. straighten out the paper by gently curling it in the opposite direction to which it is curled. we recommend using paper with a grain parallel to the short edge (B). If paper jams or poor print quality occur when paper is fed from the optional stack bypass or paper decks. the composition of electrostatic paper is different from offset paper.16. Thick. The paper stiffness. IMPORTANT • When using LTR or smaller paper sizes we recommend using paper with a grain parallel to the long edge (A). Paper used in an offset press is usually cut for short edge feeding. resulting in a smoother crease along the direction of the fold. Cross-grained paper is more flexible. When using coated paper thinner than 105 g/m2. Paper tends to curl in the direction parallel to the grain. long grain paper does not fold as easily. For paper sizes larger than 11” x 17”. If paper is curled. When selecting paper for the imagePRESS C7010VP choose paper intended for use in electrostatic machines. we recommend using paper with a grain perpendicular to the feeding direction of the paper. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 63 .4 Paper Grain and Curl Paper grain and curl can dramatically affect the reliability of machines utilizing an electrostatic process like the imagePRESS C7010VP. paper curl is often the cause. Paper stiffness depends on the direction of the paper grain.

digital compatible paper. 63.6 Media Feed Locations As with all Canon copiers. • Pay special attention to the paper grain orientation when cutting it.4 Paper Grain and Curl. • Place the paper with the factory mill cut sides facing to the right (leading edge). and to the front of the machine.5 Note for Customers Who Cut Their Own Paper Customers who cut their own paper may experience: • An increase of paper dust in the machine • Shortening the life of the machine’s fixing rollers due to excessive wear from the rough side of the cut paper • Paper jams due to paper dust getting into areas of the machine where it is not meant to be • Improper paper feeding • Paper registration inaccuracies Follow the precautions below to minimize the above issues: • Have a process in place to regularly make sure that the cutting blades are sharpened.16. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 64 . make sure the media is within the proper size and weight parameters of the feed locations. For more information on paper grain. When considering media. certain feed locations within the device are capable of feeding specific media sizes and weights. 16. and to the front of the machine when feeding paper from a location other than the stack bypass. see “16. • The best results for color consistency and front to back registration are obtained by using factory mill cut.” on p. If paper is fed from the stack bypass. Once the desired media is selected the appropriate feed location must be selected. place the paper with the factory mill cut sides facing to the left (leading edge). and that cuts are made as clean as possible.

The default paper types registered in the machine are shown in the table below. feed one sheet of paper at a time. *2 If the stack bypass is being used. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Document Insertion Unit-C1 2 (60 to 300 g/m )   —                        — — — —     Page 65 . : Available Paper Type (Paper Weight) — : Unavailable Paper Source POD DeckPaper Decks of Stack BypassPaper DeckA1/Secondary the Main Unit: A1: AC1: POD Deck-A1 2 2 2 (60 to 325 g/m ) (64 to 256 g/m ) 2 (64 to 300 g/m ) (60 to 325 g/m ) Thin 1 (64 to    2 79 g/m ) Thin 2 (60 to —   2 63 g/m ) Recycled 1 (64 to 79    2 *1 g/m ) Recycled 2 (80 to 105    2 *1 g/m ) Recycled 3 (210 to 256    2 *1 g/m ) Color (64 to    2 79 g/m ) Plain (80 to 105    2 g/m ) Heavy 1 (106 to 128    2 g/m ) Heavy 2 (129 to 150    2 g/m ) Heavy 3 (151 to 180    2 g/m ) Heavy 4 (181 to 209    2 g/m ) Heavy 5 (210 to 256    2 g/m ) Heavy 6 — (257 to 300   2 g/m ) Heavy 7 — (301 to 325   2 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated Thin —   (70 to 79 2 *2 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated 1    (80 to 105 2 *2 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated 2    (106 to 128 2 *2 g/m ) *1 Use of 100% recycled paper is acceptable.

Default Paper Types Table Continued : Available Paper Type (Paper Weight) — : Unavailable Paper Source POD DeckPaper Decks of Stack BypassPaper DeckA1/Secondary the Main Unit: A1: AC1: POD Deck-A1 2 2 2 (60 to 325 g/m ) (64 to 256 g/m ) 2 (64 to 300 g/m ) (60 to 325 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated 3    (129 to 150 2 *2 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated 4    (151 to 180 2 *2 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated 5    (181 to 209 2 *2 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated 6    (210 to 256 2 *2 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated 7 —   (257 to 300 2 *2 g/m ) 1-Sided Coated 8 —   (301 to 325 2 *2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated Thin —   (70 to 79 2 *2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated 1    (80 to 105 2 *2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated 2    (106 to 128 2 *2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated 3    (129 to 150 2 *2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated 4    (151 to 180 2 *2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated 5    (181 to 209 2 *2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated 6    (210 to 256 2 *2 g/m ) *2 If the stack bypass is being used. feed one sheet of paper at a time. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Document Insertion Unit-C1 2 (60 to 300 g/m )           — — — —             Page 66 .

*3 Use only LTR transparencies made especially for machines which use the electrostatic process to transfer images. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 67 .Default Paper Types Table Continued : Available — : Unavailable Paper Type (Paper Weight) Paper Source Paper Decks Document POD Deckof the Main Stack BypassPaper DeckInsertion A1/Secondary Unit: A1: AC1: Unit-C1 POD Deck-A1 2 2 2 (60 to 325 (64 to 256 g/m ) 2 (64 to 300 g/m ) (60 to 300 g/m ) (60 to 325 g/m ) 2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated 7 — (257 to 300     2 *2 g/m ) 2-Sided Coated 8 — — — (301 to 325   2 *2 g/m ) Texture Paper 1      2 *2 (80 to 105 g/m ) Texture Paper 2 (106 to 128      2 *2 g/m ) Texture Paper 3 (129 to 150      2 *2 g/m ) Texture Paper 4 (151 to 180      2 *2 g/m ) Texture Paper 5 (181 to 209      2 *2 g/m ) Texture Paper 6 (210 to 256      2 *2 g/m ) Texture Paper 7 — (257 to 300     2 *2 g/m ) Vellum 1 —     2 (80 to 105 g/m ) Vellum 2 —     2 (106 to 128 g/m ) *3 — Transparency     Labels —     2 (151 to 180 g/m ) Bond Paper      2 (80 to 105 g/m ) Tab Paper 1 — — *4  *4 2 (151 to 180 g/m ) Tab Paper 2 — — *4  *4 2 (181 to 209 g/m ) Pre-punched 1 —     2 (64 to 79 g/m ) Pre-punched 2 —     2 (80 to 105 g/m ) *2 If the stack bypass is being used. feed one sheet of paper at a time. *4 Use the optional Tab Feeding Attachment-C1 when loading tab paper.

16.7 Paper Sizes and Feed Location Chart The table below represents the available paper sizes and feed locations.7 mm) 5 31/64” x 7 1/8” to 7 11/64” to 19 13/64” Irregular — — — — — (139.9 mm     Size 1 x 182 mm to 330. LTRR Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 68 .8 mm x 487.7 mm  Size 3 x 182 mm to 181.7 mm) *1 Only the irregular size (7 1/8” x 7 1/8” to 11 11/16” x 13” (182 mm x 182 mm to 297 mm x 330.2 mm) can be loaded.2 mm x 487. The Stack Bypass-A1.7 mm) 7 1/8” x 7 1/8” to 12” x 19 13/64” Irregular — (182 mm x    *1  Size 2 182 mm to 304. POD Decks. and Paper Deck-AC1 are optional. : Available — : Unavailable Paper Source Paper Size Width x Length 13” x 19” 13” x 19” 12” x 18” 12” x 18” 11” x 17” 11” x 17” LGL 8 1/2” x 14” LTR 8 1/2” x 11” Paper Decks of the Main Unit Stack BypassA1 POD DeckA1/Secondary POD Deck-A1 Paper Deck-AC1                     Document Insertion Unit-C1 Upper Tray Document Insertion Unit-C1 Lower Tray — — — —       11” x 8 1/2”       5 1/2” x — — — — — STMTR  8 1/2” 7 1/4” x — EXEC      10 1/2” 12” x 7 1/8” to 13” x 19 13/64” Irregular — — (304.9 mm to 487.

• The customer should maintain proper color calibration on the device by performing a Shading Correction. Color Management needs to be implemented with consistency.. which includes performing preventative maintenance as scheduled. Use only 28 lb (105 g/m2) Hammermill Laser 11” x 17” paper when performing an Auto Gradation Adjustment. Discipline and consistency are the keys. which provide adjustment functions to help maintain the desired color consistency for each job. the customer should also perform an Auto Gradation Adjustment whenever a change in print quality is noticed and when dither pattern adjustments are made.17. the following factors are recommended: • Tighter control of the temperature and humidity will result in tighter color consistency in the device. Auto Gradation Adjustment.). such as the Device Management Settings and Paper Type Management Settings modes.e. and imagePRESS Server Calibration once a day. will make the customer’s ability to achieve color reproducibility more efficient. etc. To achieve the best image quality. These settings also aim at reproducing optimal images under any variable factors (i. Best Practices: While working. changes in the environment. along with a stable environment and a well-maintained digital press. There are several user modes. but also utilizes the Color and Imaging features included with the imagePRESS Servers or comparable third-party software. deterioration due to aging. • Some customers may want to incorporate a Color Management workflow that consists of not only the above. Customer-Defined Image Quality Adjustments and Recommendations Customer-defined image quality adjustments enable the customer to enhance the productivity of the machine. • The device must be properly maintained. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 69 . For optimal quality. This.

The following items can be adjusted through the Device Management Settings menu: • • • • • Auto Gradation Adjustment*1 Shading Correction*1 Dither Pattern Settings*1 Color Balance*2 Exposure Recalibration when Scanning*2 Density Adjustment Mode*2 Switch Density Variation Adjustment Mode*2 Right Angle Correction*1 Skew Correction*1 Refresh the Fixing Roller*1 • • • • • • Fixing Roller Auto Refresh Level*1 • Color Cast Correction*2 • Tail End Color Fading/Graininess Correction*2 • White Gap Correction*2 • Fixing Temperature Adjustment Mode Switch*1 • Low Temperature Environment Mode*2 • Uneven Gloss Correction*1 • Adjust Perfect Binding Glue Application*1*3 • Drum Temperature Adjustment*2 *1 These settings are standard. *3 This setting is only available when the Perfect Binder-B1 is attached. “System Manager Settings. IMPORTANT A decrease in productivity may occur if a job contains different paper thicknesses or types. Productivity may be improved by setting the Fixing Temperature Mode Switch mode to ‘Productivity Priority’.1 Device Management Settings The Device Management Settings mode is for customers who want to make fine adjustments to the printed image.17. Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 70 . There is a special menu that must be enabled by a service technician to access the Device Management Settings modes. *2 These settings must be enabled by a service technician. and are available without being enabled by a service technician. For more information on specifying the Device Management Settings modes.” in the Reference Guide included with the machine. see Chapter 6.

Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 71 . The following items can be adjusted through the Paper Type Management Settings menu: • • • • • • • • • Basis Weight*1 Type*1 Finish*1 Creep (Displacement) Correct. see Chapter 6. Adj. “System Manager Settings. and are available without being enabled by a service technician.*3 *1 These settings are standard.*3 Hole Punch Position Adjust*3 Tail End White Patch Correct. *3 These settings must be enabled by a service technician. *2 These settings are available when custom paper is registered.2 Paper Type Management Settings The Paper Type Management Settings mode is for customers who want to precisely adjust the image quality and front-to-back registration per paper type that is registered in the machine.” in the Reference Guide included with the machine.17.*3 Saddle Fold Placement Adjust. and do not have to be enabled by a service technician.*1 Color*1 Curl Correction Level*2 Image Location Adjustment*2 Gloss/Fine Black Adjustment*3 Paper Separation Fan Level*3 • • • • Paper Fiber Direction Selection*3 Secondary Transfer Voltage*3 ITB Paper Detachment Adjust. For more information on specifying the Paper Type Management Settings modes.*3 ITB Image Clear Adjustment*3 • • • • • Saddle Stitch Position Adjust*3 Saddle Stitch Fold Plac. There is a special menu that must be activated by a service technician to access the Paper Type Management Settings modes.

*1 Perform Auto Gradation Adjustment once a day. Load additional fonts (as required). Connect all system components.). Install printer files and server. Customer: Sales Person: Version 2 imagePRESS C7010VP Customer Expectations Document Page 72 . *1 Perform Shading Correction once a day. Order and replace. “System Manager Settings. see Chapter 6. Install all system hardware. Verify floor strength and level. toner. *1 For more information. Unpack all delivered items.e. Order and replace the waste toner container. Provide on-site support. Action Ensure adequate space and power to properly install machine. Responsibility Matrix Please discuss this Responsibility Matrix with your customer and check off who owns each action in the table below. customer replaceable items (i.18. Primary customer applications for using this equipment: Special considerations or performance limitations: I have received a copy of this document. as necessary. Establish an installation file of a typical job. Ensure that the equipment can be delivered to the site. and retain for future reference. drum cartridges. Responsibility Customer Dealer Provide technical support. Perform imagePRESS Server Calibration for color consistency *1 once a day. as necessary. etc.. and that the path is clear and unobstructed.” in the Reference Guide included with the machine. Ensure network configuration. and confirm that the device is attached to the network. Install client workstation network software.