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Canon DR-7580 Instructions Manual

Canon instructions canon document scanner dr-7580, dr-9080c.

 
CANON DOCUMENT SCANNER
INSTRUCTIONS
ENGLISH
Please read this manual before operating this unit. After you finish
reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.

Summary of Contents

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    CANON DOCUMENT SCANNER INSTRUCTIONS ENGLISH Please read this manual before operating this unit. After you finish reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.

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    The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. e Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented in this manual. However, Canon Electronics Inc. and the subsidiaries on the back cover assume no responsibility for any errors or their consequences.

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    AGREEMENT SHALL BE EFFECTIVE UNLESS SIGNED BY A DULY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF CANON. Should you have any questions concerning this Agreement, or if you desire to contact Canon for any reason, please write to Canon's local affiliate. CANON SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT...

  • Page 5: Introduction, Conventions

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the Canon Document Scanner DR-7580/9080C. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the machine in order to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Installation Location ... 7 Power Supply ... 8 Carrying ... 8 Chapter 1 DR-7580/9080C 1.1 Features of the DR-7580/9080C ...10 1.2 Packaging: What Is in the Box? ...12 1.3 Part Names ... 13 ◆ Front View ... 13 ◆ Rear View ... 14 ◆...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    2.4 Turning ON/OFF the Power ...27 Turning ON the Power ... 27 Recognizing the Scanner ... 28 Turning OFF the Power ... 30 Chapter 3 Software 3.1 About the Software ... 32 3.2 Installing the Software ... 33 Installing the ISIS/TWAIN Driver ... 33 Installing CapturePerfect ...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    5.2 Setting in the User Mode... 60 How to Set the User Mode ... 62 Chapter 6 Troubleshooting 6.1 When the Scanner Is Not Recognized ... 64 SCSI Connections ... 64 USB Connections ... 66 6.2 Clearing Paper Jams ... 67 Paper Jam in the Paper Feed Unit ...

  • Page 9: Safety Precautions, Daily Maintenance

    ■ Before you move the scanner, always turn OFF the power and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. ■ The scanner weighs 55.1 lb (25 kg). Two people must carry the scanner. You may drop the scanner, or pinch your fingers if you attempt to carry it by yourself.

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    OFF the power immediately and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Call for service immediately. ■ Never install the scanner in humid or dusty locations. Doing so might cause a fire or electrical shock.

  • Page 11: Installation Location

    For operation, maintenance and ventilation, make sure that there is enough space around the scanner, as shown in the illustration above. Avoid placing the scanner in the following places. Doing so may cause a malfunction and adversely affect the scanner or your computer.

  • Page 12: Power Supply, Carrying

    WARNING ■ When moving the scanner, be sure to turn OFF the power and remove any cables. If the cables are not removed before moving the scanner, you may damage the plugs or...

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    This chapter describes the features of the scanner, what’s in the box, and the names and functions of parts on the scanner. 1.1 Features of the DR-7580/9080C ... 10 1.2 Packaging: What Is in the Box? ... 12 1.3 Part Names ...13 Front View ...

  • Page 14: Features Of The Dr-7580/9080c

    DR-7580/9080C Features of the DR-7580/ 9080C The DR-7580/9080C is a compact scanner that can handle large volumes of documents. Here is a summary of the outstanding features of the DR-7580/9080C. ● Supports black-and-white (binary), and grayscale output (DR-7580) Supports black-and-white (binary), and grayscale.

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    1.1 Features of the DR-7580/9080C ● Various options The wide range of options includes the imprinter for printing characters on the document being scanned, the bar code module that reads bar codes on documents that are being scanned, and the endorser for printing numbers on...

  • Page 16: Packaging: What Is In The Box

    Chapter 1 DR-7580/9080C Packaging: What Is in the Box? Make sure that you have everything. Check every item you have removed from the box. If any items are missing, contact your sales representative. DR-7580/9080C Instructions (this manual) Warranty Card (U.S.A. and Canada only)

  • Page 17: Part Names, Front View

    Part Names This section describes the names and functions of each part. Before you connect the DR-7580/9080C, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the main parts. ◆ Front View Document Eject Tray Guide Set this guide to the width of the document being ejected.

  • Page 18: Rear View, Connectors (bottom View)

    Chapter 1 DR-7580/9080C ◆ Rear View Air Vent To avoid overheating and causing a fire, never block the air vents on the rear of the scanner. CAUTION ◆ Connectors (Bottom View) USB Connector Connect a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compatible cable. (See p.22.)

  • Page 19: Operation Panel

    When you press this key, it will light. If you place the document and press the Start key in this state, the document will be fed and the scanner will count the number of pages. (The document will not be scanned.) (3) New File key Enabled when the application supports the “Batch Separator”...

  • Page 20: Optional Products

    Chapter 1 DR-7580/9080C Optional Products The following options can be purchased and used on the DR-7580/9080C, if they are necessary. Contact your sales representative. ◆ Imprinter Unit The imprinter unit is installed inside the scanner, and prints a text message on the front of the document being scanned.

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    Chapter 2 Preparation Before Use This chapter describes the procedure from scanner connection through to turning ON the power. 2.1 Checking Your Operating Environment ... 18 2.2 Connecting to a Computer ...19 SCSI Connections ... 19 USB Connections ... 22 Connecting the Power Cord ...

  • Page 22: Checking Your Operating Environment

    • 256 MB main memory or more (recommended) • 100 MB or more of free space on the hard disk ● SCSI card that is compatible with this scanner or Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface card (See “Connecting to a Computer,” on p.19.) ●...

  • Page 23: Connecting To A Computer, Scsi Connections, Scsi Cards

    ■ Turn OFF the computer and the scanner before changing the cable format. SCSI Connections Connect the scanner to the computer. To connect the scanner with a SCSI cable, you will need the following items that are not included in the package: Note ●...

  • Page 24: Connecting The Scsi Cable, Setting The Scsi Id And Terminator

    Set the SCSI ID and the terminator on the DIP switches located between the SCSI connectors and the power cord connector. Move the DIP switch towards you to turn it OFF and move it towards the scanner to turn it ON.

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    ON. Be sure to set the DIP switch or use a terminator plug if this scanner is installed as the last piece of equipment in a daisy chain. Note that if you use a terminator plug and the CAUTION DIP switch is set to ON, the scanner may malfunction.

  • Page 26: Usb Connections, Usb 2.0 Interface Cards

    Chapter 2 Preparation Before Use USB Connections Connect the scanner to the computer. To connect the scanner with a USB interface cable, you will need the following items that are not included in the package. Important ● USB interface card Use an extended USB interface card that is compatible with Hi-Speed USB 2.0 and...

  • Page 27: Connecting A Usb Interface Cable, Connecting The Power Cord

    ■ Be sure to connect to an AC 220-240V (50/60 Hz) or AC 120V (60 Hz) power supply, according to your region’s requirement. ■ Do not plug the scanner into an outlet shared with another device. If you use an extension cable, pay attention to the total amperage of the cable.

  • Page 28: Preparing For Paper Feed And Eject, Preparing The Document Tray Extension

    Chapter 2 Preparation Before Use Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject Pull out the document tray extension and the document eject tray extension to match the size of the document being scanned. Preparing the Document Tray Extension Pull out the document tray extension to accommodate the size of the document to be scanned.

  • Page 29: Preparing The Document Eject Tray Extension, Long Documents

    Preparing the Document Eject Tray Extension Use the document eject tray extension and stopper to prevent scanned documents from falling off the eject tray. ◆ Long Documents If the document you are scanning is long, open the document eject tray extension and adjust the position of the stopper as needed.

  • Page 30: Short Documents

    Chapter 2 Preparation Before Use ◆ Short Documents If the document you are scanning is short, use the stopper without opening the document eject tray extension. Lift up the stopper. Adjust the position of the stopper to match the length of the document.

  • Page 31: Turning On/off The Power, Turning On The Power

    Failure to do so might cause a fire. Turn ON the computer. When you connect the scanner to the computer, you need to make Windows recognize the scanner when you first start up Windows. (See “Recognizing the Note Scanner”, on p.28.)

  • Page 32: Recognizing The Scanner

    If you are using Windows 98/Me or Windows 2000/XP, then the first time that you turn ON your computer after connecting this scanner to your computer, Windows Plug and Play function automatically displays a screen prompting you to install the scanner driver.

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    ● The DR-9080C will be registered as “CANON DR-9080C SCSI” or “CANON DR-9080C USB” in the “Imaging Device” directory. ● The displayed device name of the DR-7580 or DR-9080C differs depending on the connection, via SCSI or via USB. Turn OFF the power to the scanner and the computer before changing the connections, and then turn ON the power and let the computer recognize the scanner again.

  • Page 34: Turning Off The Power

    Turn OFF the computer. To turn OFF the scanner, press the power switch. ■ Wait at least 10 seconds before turning ON the scanner again. ■ For your safety, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet if you are not CAUTION using the scanner for a long time.

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    Chapter 3 Software This chapter describes how to install and use the ISIS/TWAIN driver and CapturePerfect so that you can use this scanner. 3.1 About the Software ...32 3.2 Installing the Software ...33 Installing the ISIS/TWAIN Driver ... 33 Installing CapturePerfect... 34 3.3 How to Use the Software...36...

  • Page 36: About The Software

    Software About the Software The following software applications are provided on the setup disc that is packaged with the scanner. Be sure to open and read the Readme.txt file on the setup disc before installing the software. ● ISIS/TWAIN driver ●...

  • Page 37: Installing The Software, Installing The Isis/twain Driver

    Installing the Software This section describes how to install the ISIS/TWAIN driver and CapturePerfect so that you can use the scanner. Installing the ISIS/TWAIN Driver Connect the scanner to the computer. ● If another ISIS compatible driver is already installed on the computer, be sure to make a backup of the following file.

  • Page 38: Installing Captureperfect

    Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. Installing CapturePerfect Connect the scanner to the computer. Turn ON your computer and start Windows. Be sure to log on as an administrator if your system is Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP.

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    Enter “D:\CapturePerfect\setup.exe” in the [Open] field, and then click [OK]. The installation starts. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. 3.2 Installing the Software...

  • Page 40: How To Use The Software, How To Use The Isis/twain Driver

    The explanation on how to use the ISIS/TWAIN driver is in the ISIS/TWAIN driver help file. To view the help file, click the [Start] button, then click [Programs] - [Canon DR-6080 & 7580 & 9080C] - [Canon DR-6080 & 7580 & 9080C Help].

  • Page 41: How To Use Captureperfect, Starting Captureperfect

    How to Use CapturePerfect This section describes the procedure to start and end CapturePerfect. See [Help] in CapturePerfect for information on how to use CapturePerfect. ◆ Starting CapturePerfect Click the [Start] button, and then click [Programs] - [CapturePerfect]. Click [All Programs] - [CapturePerfect] if your OS is Windows XP. Start CapturePerfect.

  • Page 42: Closing Captureperfect

    Chapter 3 Software ◆ Closing CapturePerfect Select [Exit] from the [File] menu.

  • Page 43: Uninstalling The Software

    Uninstalling the Software This section describes how to uninstall the ISIS/TWAIN driver and CapturePerfect. ● Be sure to log on as an administrator if your system is Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP. Important ● The dialogs and button names in Windows XP are different from those used in the explanations in this manual.

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    [Add/Remove] button. The [Confirm File Deletion] dialog box appears. If you selected “Canon DR-6080/7580/9080C Driver,” the above dialog box appears. If you selected “CapturePerfect,” the above dialog box appears. Click the [Yes] button, and the uninstaller starts.

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    Document Feeding and Scanning This chapter describes precautions regarding documents that can be handled on this scanner and scanning operations. 4.1 Documents ...42 Types of Documents..42 How to Place Documents ... 43 4.2 Document Feeding and Scanning ...44 Scan Procedure ...

  • Page 46: Documents, Types Of Documents

    Treat the documents carefully. The paper edges may cut your fingers. CAUTION Types of Documents The DR-7580/9080C can feed a wide variety of document sizes. The ranges of width and length for a document are: Width : 2.2" to 12" (55 to 305 mm) Length : 2.8"...

  • Page 47: How To Place Documents

    How to Place Documents Note the following points when placing documents on the scanner. ● Place the documents face up in the document tray. ● Do not exceed the load limitation mark when placing documents in the document tray.

  • Page 48: Document Feeding And Scanning, Scan Procedure

    If such objects become entangled, immediately disconnect the power plug from the power outlet to stop the scanner. ■ Check the stack and remove all clips, staples, pins, or any other type of metal or plastic fastener. They may damage the document, cause a paper jam, or scanner malfunction. Scan Procedure The procedure for scanning a document varies depending on how the document is fed.

  • Page 49: Standard Feeding

    ◆ Standard Feeding To use the standard feeding mode, instruct the scanner to start from the application. Select [Standard Feeding] in [Feeding Option] on the ISIS/TWAIN driver’s settings screen. Align a batch of documents to be scanned until the edges are even.

  • Page 50: Panel-feeding

    Note ◆ Panel-Feeding To use the panel-feeding mode, instruct the scanner to start from the application and it will go into standby mode. Start scanning by pressing the Start/Stop key on the scanner.

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    Adjust the document guides to the width of the document. Instruct scanning to start from the application. The Start key changes color from red to green. Press the [Start] key. The document tray rises, and scanning begins. When scanning ends, the document tray is lowered. If paper feed stops during scanning due to a system error or paper jam, make sure that the last page of the document was recorded properly before continuing to scan.

  • Page 52: Automatic Feeding

    Document Feeding and Scanning ◆ Automatic Feeding To use the automatic feeding mode, after you instruct the scanner to start scanning from the application, the scanner will start scanning as soon as it detects a document in the document tray.

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    CAUTION document. ■ After instructing the scanner to start, if something is placed over the sensor, it will mistakenly recognize it as a document and start scanning. Do not place anything other than documents over the sensor.

  • Page 54: Manual Feeding (bypass Mode)

    Chapter 4 Document Feeding and Scanning ◆ Manual Feeding (Bypass Mode) Use the Manual Feeding mode if the paper is thin, does not slide well, or the documents are stuck together. Place the first page of the document face up in the document tray, aligning the document’s top edge against the back of the document tray.

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    The document tray rises. Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the document tray. CAUTION Instruct scanning to start from in the application. Place the next page of the document face up in the document tray, aligning the document’s top edge against the back of the document tray.

  • Page 56: Count Only Mode

    Document Feeding and Scanning Count Only Mode In the count only mode, the documents are fed through the scanner and the number of the documents is only counted, they are not scanned. Press the [Count Only] key on the operation panel of the scanner.

  • Page 57: Using Patch Code Sheets, Patch Code Sheets

    [PATCH II (A4)], [PATCH II (LTR)], [PATCH T (A4)], and [PATCH T (LTR)]. Click on the [Start] button in Windows, and then click [Programs] – [Canon DR-6080 & 7580 & 9080C] – [PATCH X(XX)], and use the document that is printed.

  • Page 58: Types Of Patch Code Patterns

    Chapter 4 Document Feeding and Scanning ◆ Types of Patch Code Patterns There are two patch code patterns as shown below. The result varies depending on the pattern. ● PATCH T (FILE A) When this sheet is recognized, the document following the sheet is saved to a separate file.

  • Page 59: How To Use Patch Code Sheets

    If the copied sheet is not dense enough, or if it is too dense, the scanner may not be able to recognize it correctly. ● Be careful not to let the patch code sheet get dirty, particularly for the range in which patch code detection is enabled.

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    Chapter 4 Document Feeding and Scanning Place the patch code sheet on top of the documents that are to be saved to a separate file, and then scan the documents. Set the scanning conditions and then start scanning. Place the patch code sheet on top of the documents that are to be saved to a separate file.

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    Chapter 5 Other Functions This chapter describes the scanner’s other functions. 5.1 Document Detection Function ...58 Double Feed Detection Function ... 58 Skew Detection Function ... 58 Staple Detection ... 59 5.2 Setting in the User Mode ...60 How to Set the User Mode ... 62...

  • Page 62: Document Detection Function, Double Feed Detection Function, Skew Detection Function

    ISIS/TWAIN driver’s settings screen. ● Detect by Length The scanner uses the length of the first page of the document as the standard, and any pages that exceed this length by 2" (50 mm) or more are considered to be a double feed.

  • Page 63: Staple Detection

    Staple Detection The scanner has sensors on both sides of the feeding slot to detect feed errors when the documents with staple is lifted up. You can enable or disable staple detection on the ISIS/TWAIN driver’s setting screen. ● The staple detector detects documents stapled in one of their four corners because the document is lifted up.

  • Page 64: Setting In The User Mode

    Chapter 5 Other Functions Setting in the User Mode You can select the mode of operation (user mode) for the scanner from those listed below. ● Operation panel buzzer setting U01-0 Do not sound buzzer during key operation. U01-1 Sound buzzer during key operation (default).

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    If the scanner does not operate correctly when the output speed is set to [20 Mbyte/sec], reduce the transfer speed to [10 Mbyte/sec] or [5 Mbyte/sec]. If you change the setting for the SCSI transfer speed, turn OFF the scanner, and then turn it ON.

  • Page 66: How To Set The User Mode

    Chapter 5 Other Functions How to Set the User Mode Use the following procedure to set user modes. Press both the [New File] key and the [Count Only] key at the same time. The New File key and the Count Only key flash, and the counter display shows the user mode.

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    Chapter 6 Troubleshooting This chapter describes the trouble that may occur on the DR-7580/9080C and how to correct it. 6.1 When the Scanner Is Not Recognized ...64 SCSI Connections ... 64 USB Connections ... 66 6.2 Clearing Paper jams ...67 Paper Jam in the Paper Feed Unit ...

  • Page 68: When The Scanner Is Not Recognized, Scsi Connections

    Troubleshooting When the Scanner Is Not Recognized The following describes possible causes of your computer not recognizing the scanner. Remedy the problem by following the procedure for the respective cause. SCSI Connections Cause The scanner is not correctly connected. Remedy Connect the SCSI cables to the scanner in the correct way.

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    Turn OFF the computer and scanner. Then, turn ON the scanner and turn ON the computer. Cause The scanner is OFF. Remedy Turn OFF the computer. Then, turn ON the scanner and turn ON the computer. Cause The scanner’s power cord is disconnected from the scanner or the AC power outlet.

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    Troubleshooting USB Connections Cause Scanner is not correctly connected. Remedy Connect the scanner correctly with a cable that supports USB 2.0. Cause The USB 2.0 interface card is not correctly installed to the computer. Remedy Refer to the USB 2.0 interface card operation manual and install it correctly.

  • Page 71: Clearing Paper Jams, Paper Jam In The Paper Feed Unit

    ■ Remove all jammed sheets of paper. Paper scraps left inside the scanner may be drawn into the scanner again, causing another paper jam or malfunction. ■ When opening or closing the upper scanner, take care not to get your fingers caught. Paper Jam in the Paper Feed Unit Remove the documents from the document tray and the eject tray.

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    Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Open the upper scanner. Press the open/close button, and lift up the upper scanner gently until it stops and locks in the open position. Remove the jammed paper from inside the scanner.

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    Press the upper scanner down firmly on both sides to close it. If you press the upper scanner down only on one side, the opposite side will not be fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.

  • Page 74: Paper Jam In The Paper Exit Section

    Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Paper Jam in the Paper Exit Section Remove the jammed paper from the document tray or the document eject tray. Close the document eject tray extension if it is open. Lift up the upper scanner slightly.

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    Press the upper scanner down firmly on both sides to close it. If you press the upper scanner down only on one side, the opposite side will not be fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.

  • Page 76: Paper Feed Trouble

    • Check the document to see if the size and thickness of the document are within the ranges supported by the scanner, and to see if the quality of the document paper is appropriate. For cautions on handling documents, see “Documents,”...

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    Condition When the document becomes dirty (with the optional imprinter installed). Cause and remedy This is because ink is sticking to the holes on the guide plate inside of the imprinter. Clean these holes with a cotton wool swab. 6.3 Paper Feed Trouble...

  • Page 78: When The Scanned Image Is Not Normal

    ● The scanning glasses or rollers in the scanner are dirty. If the scanning glasses or rollers in the scanner are dirty, that dirt will appear on the scanned image. ➝ Clean the scanning glasses and rollers. For details, see “Daily Cleaning,”...

  • Page 79: When An Error Code Is Displayed

    When an Error Code Is Displayed When the scanner unit malfunctions or when trouble such as a paper feed or eject error occurs, an error code appears on the counter display of the operation panel. The following describes error codes that appear on the counter display and how to remedy the error.

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    Error codes Exx (Service call error) Cause Scanner internal error Remedy The scanner must be repaired by a service engineer. Turn OFF the power, contact your service representative, and notify them of the error code. Error code Cause The optional imprinter’s ink cartridge is not correctly installed.

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    Error code Cause Staple detected, document feed stopped. Remedy Open the upper scanner and remove the document. Check to see if the document was scanned correctly, and scan the document again. Error code Cause Detected a skewed document, document feed stopped.

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    Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Error code Cause Number of scanned document sheets is less than the set number of sheets in the verify scan. Remedy Two or more sheets may have been fed when the document is scanned. Press the [Stop] key to reset the counter to “0.” Check the number of scanned images with the number of document sheets to see if all document sheets have been correctly scanned, and scan the document again.

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    Chapter 7 Daily Cleaning This chapter describes daily cleaning of the scanner. 7.1 Daily Cleaning ... 80 Cleaning the Main Unit ... 80 Cleaning the Document Detection Sensor ... 81 Cleaning the Scanning Glasses and Rollers ... 81 Cleaning the Shading Plates ... 85 Cleaning the Guide Plate (When Using the Imprinter) ...

  • Page 84: Daily Cleaning, Cleaning The Main Unit

    Chapter 7 Daily Cleaning Daily Cleaning To ensure high-quality image scanning, regularly clean your DR-7580/9080C as described below. ■ Before you clean the scanner, turn OFF the scanner and computer and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Otherwise, it might cause an electrical shock.

  • Page 85: Cleaning The Document Detection Sensor, Cleaning The Scanning Glasses And Rollers

    Close the document eject tray extension if it is open. Open the upper scanner. Press the open/close button, and lift up the upper scanner gently until it stop and locks in the open position. 7.1 Daily Cleaning...

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    Chapter 7 Daily Cleaning Use a clean, soft cloth to wipe the scanning glasses. Be sure to clean both scanning glasses, the one below and one above. Never spray mild detergent or water directly on the scanning glasses. The spray could penetrate below the glass and contaminate the internal light source and CAUTION lenses.

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    Wipe the rollers with a firmly wrung cloth moistened with water. Rollers are located at the positions indicated in the figure below. Feeding Rollers Remove the pickup roller, retard roller, and feed roller. (See “Installing and Removing the Rollers,” on p.91.) Use cloth from which all the water has been wrung out to wipe off the rollers.

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    Press the upper scanner down firmly on both sides to close it. If you press the upper scanner down only on one side, the opposite side will not be fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.

  • Page 89: Cleaning The Shading Plates

    If scanned images appear scratchy even after you have cleaned the rollers, the shading plates inside the scanner may be dirty. If this happens, clean the shading plates. ■ The power to the scanner is ON when you are cleaning the shading plates so be very careful. CAUTION ■...

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    Press the upper scanner down firmly on both sides to close it. If you press the upper scanner down only on one side, the opposite side will not be fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.

  • Page 91: Cleaning The Guide Plate (when Using The Imprinter)

    Cleaning the Guide Plate (When Using the Imprinter) Ink that collects on the guide plate inside the optional imprinter may stain the documents when they are scanned. Clean off the ink with water and a mild detergent on a soft cloth that has been firmly wrung, and then thoroughly dry it with a dry cloth.

  • Page 92: Replacing The Rollers

    Chapter 7 Daily Cleaning Replacing the Rollers The feed rollers (pickup rollers, feed rollers, and retard rollers) are consumables. The feed rollers need to be changed periodically to maintain scanning quality. When to Replace the Rollers If the total number of scanned documents exceeds 250,000, a message for roller replacement appears when you restart the computer.

  • Page 93: Resetting The Counter

    Resetting the Counter Do the following procedure to reset the counter after replacing the feed rollers. Click the [Start] button, and then click [Settings]-[Control Panel]. Double click on the [Scanners and Cameras] icon ● Windows NT do not display the “Scanners and Cameras” icon. ●...

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    Chapter 7 Daily Cleaning Select the scanner that you are using, and click on the [Properties] button. Click the [Counter] tab. Click the [Reset] button and confirm whether the counter is reset to 0.

  • Page 95: Installing And Removing The Rollers

    ■ Turn OFF the power to the scanner and unplug the power cord from the power outlet when you remove or install the rollers. Leaving the power turned ON may result in an CAUTION electrical shock.

  • Page 96: Installing And Removing Pickup Rollers

    Chapter 7 Daily Cleaning ◆ Installing and Removing Pickup Rollers Open the upper scanner. Open the roller cover. Open the roller holder and remove the pickup rollers. Position the square axle of the pickup roller on the left and insert...

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    Firmly close the roller holder until you hear it click. Firmly close the roller cover until you hear it click. Carefully close the upper scanner. If the roller holder and roller cover are not firmly closed it will cause a feed error.

  • Page 98: Installing And Removing Feed Rollers

    Chapter 7 Daily Cleaning ◆ Installing and Removing Feed Rollers Open the upper scanner. Open the roller cover. Pull the lever that locks the feed rollers in place towards you. Slide the feed rollers to the right, and then pull them towards you.

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    Remove the feed rollers. Place the new feed rollers on the pin. Set the feed rollers in place (q), and align the notch in the roller’s axle with the shaft on the scanner (w). 7.2 Replacing the Rollers...

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    Lock the lever. Firmly close the roller cover until you hear it click. Carefully close the upper scanner. If the roller cover is not firmly closed it will cause a feed error. Always be sure to check that the roller cover is closed.

  • Page 101: Installing And Removing Retard Rollers

    ◆ Installing and Removing Retard Rollers Open the upper scanner. Remove the roller cover. Lift the roller clamp lever (q) and slide it to the left (w). 7.2 Replacing the Rollers...

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    Move the retard rollers to the left and remove them. Set the new retard rollers in place, and align the notch in the roller’s axle with the shaft on the scanner. Slide the roller clamp lever to the right, and push it into the hole in...

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    Carefully close the upper scanner. ■ Be sure that the hook is completely latched and the roller cover is not loose. If the roller cover is loose, the document tray will catch on it causing the scanner to CAUTION not operate correctly.

  • Page 104: Specifications, Specifications For The Scanner

    Document feeding Scanning method Light source Scanning side Scanning mode DR-7580 Black and white, advanced text enhanced, error diffusion, DR-9080C Black and white, advanced text enhanced, error diffusion, Scanning resolution (primary scan lines x secondary scan lines) Scanning speed (max.)

  • Page 105: Options

    Endorses a variety of text messages and a six digit number on the back of the scanned document. Hard Counter Counts the number of pages fed through the scanner. Bar Code Module Add on software that allows bar codes to be recognized by the ISIS/TWAIN driver.

  • Page 106: Consumables, Exterior Dimensions

    Consumables Exchange Roller Kit Exterior Dimensions ◆ Top view ◆ Side view This kit is for replacing the feed rollers. If a roller replacement message appears, contact your service representative to buy an (See “Replacing the Rollers,” on p.88.) Exchange Roller Kit. Units: inches (units in parenthesis are millimeters) 23.7"...

  • Page 107: Index

    Error code ... 75 Extension wire ... 13, 24 Exterior dimensions ... 102 - F - Features of DR-7580/9080C ... 10 Feed rollers ... 88 - Installing and removing the rollers ... 91 - Replacing the feed rollers ... 88 File separation ...

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    PATCH T ... 54 Power cord ... 23 Power cord connector ... 14 Power switch ... 13, 27 - R - Recognizing the scanner ... 28 Retard roller ... 97 - S - SCSI connections - Connecting to a computer ... 19 - Operating environment ...

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    CANON ELECTRONICS INC. 1248, SHIMOKAGEMORI, CHICHIBU-SHI, SAITAMA 369-1892, JAPAN CANON U.S.A. INC. ONE CANON PLAZA, LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. 11042, U.S.A. CANON CANADA INC. 6390 DIXIE ROAD, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L5T 1P7, CANADA CANON EUROPA N.V. BOVENKERKERWEG 59-61, P.O.BOX 2262 AMSTELVEEN, THE NETHERLANDS CANON LATIN AMERICA, INC.

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