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  • Page 2: Installation

    — AUSTEL Regulations state that no unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment are permitted. Note: Complies with the AUSTEL standards TS 002-1990 regarding Emission of Electro- magnetic Interference. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference in an installation.

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    Congratulations on your purchase of the UX-114, and thank you for choosing Sharp! The UX-I 14 facsimile transceiver is G3 compatible, the most commonly used type of facsimile machine today. In addition to the basic operations of sending and receiving documents, it provides a variety of special features designed to increase the range and power of your communication.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. A LOOK AT THE MACHINE 2. INSTALLATION SITE SELECTION ........2-1 UNPACKING .

  • Page 5: A Look At The Machine

    —“”— Adjustable document guide When transmitting or copying a document, set these guides to Handset the width of the document. Use the handset for ordinaw telephone conversations or’to listen for fax corm ~ Document f eeder Documents to be transmitted Operation panel or copied are placed face down here.

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    A LOOK AT THE MACHINE Document rollers Recording head These move the docume This applies heat to the rec- through the machine ording paper to print out do- during scanning. cuments which have been received or copied. ing paper compatt- of recor- ds the roll Reading glass...

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    Take the following points into consideration when selecting a site for your Ux-1 Environment The machine must be installed on a level surface. Keep the machine away from air conditioners, heaters, direct sunlight, and dust. Provide easy access to the front, back, and sides of the machine. In particular, keep the area in front of the machine clear, or the original document may jam as it comes out after scanning.

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    Take the machine out of the box carefully, and remove all packing material. Make sure you have all the items listed below. If any are missing, contact your dealer. Rapid key labels Document support Warranty card Business products dealer installation report Machine Operation manual...

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    Plug the power cord into a 230-240 V, grounded (3-prong) AC outlet. Press the power switch to turn on the power. Connect the handset cord to the handset and the machine as shown. Theends of the handset cord are iden- tical, so they will go into either jack.

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    Pull the operation panel knob on the right side of the machine forward, and open the operation paneI. s The buzzer will sound briefly. Remove the packing paper from the paper compartment. Unwrap the roll of recording paper and insert it in the compartment. Important: The roll should be placed so that the leading edge of the paper feeds from the top of the roll.

  • Page 11: Initial Programming, Entering Letters For Names

    Your name and fax number (called the “Sender’s name” and “Sender’s number”) are used in several functions which the machine performs. In particular, they are printed at the top of each page you transmit. To give the machine your name and fax number, press the panel keys as shown in the procedure below.

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    To enter letters and symbols during a name storing procedure, press the panel keys as shown below. Letters and numbers To enter a letter or number, press the appropriate key repeatedly until the desired number/letter appears in the display (the number appears b .- - ---- Space first, then the letters in the order...

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    The date and time appear in the display and in reports, and are printed at the top of every page you transmit. Set the date and time by pressing the keys on the operation panel as shown below. To correct a mistake, press the DIAL key to move the cursor back to the mistake, SPEED and then enter the correct number.

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    (This section is not necessary for basic operation of the UX-1 14–if desired, you can go directly to Chapter4, “Basic operations”.) Automatic Dialing is a quick and convenient way of dialing which is done by either pressing a Rapid Key (Rapid Key Dialing), or pressing the SPEED DIAL key and entering a 2-digit number (Speed Dialing).

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    STORING NUMBERS FOR AUTOMATIC DIALING You may need to add a pause between certain digits in the number to allow time for connection. For example, if >Tou a re on a PBX telephone s>’stemthat requires an access number to be dialed (such as “9”)to access an outside line, YOU will need tOenter a Patlse between the access number and the telephone/far number of the other par~+.Pauses are key (2 seconds p er pause?.

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    STORING NUMBERS FOR AUTOMATIC DIALING ‘~ Comments Step Press these keys: FUNCTION Select ENTRY MODE. Move to FAX/TEL. # MODE. Select CLEAR. m,,...,,,) Enter the Speed Dial number which you want to clear using the numeric keys. 1’ STOP Return to Step 4 to clear another number, or “’’40’- press STOP to exit.

  • Page 17: Basic Operations, Transmission

    transmitmoststandardofficedocuments. Your UX-114 can S pecific guide- lines are as follows: Size and weight The size and weight of documents which you can load in the document feeder depends on whether you load one sheet at a time or several sheets at once. One sheet at a time: 148 x 128 mm 157 glm2...

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    TRANSMISSION Up to 10 sheets can be placed in the feeder at one time (see “Transmittable documents” at the beginning of this section for allowed sizes). These will be automatically fed into the machine starting from the sheet on the bottom. If you need to send or cop>...

  • Page 19: Optional Settings

    TRANSMISSION If you want, you can adjust the resolution and contrast before sending a document. Resolution The UX-I 14 has 3 resolution settings: Use STANDARD for ordinary documents. This setting gives STANDARD: you the fastest and most economical transmission. - Use FINE for improved reproduction, especially with docu- FINE: ments containing small letters or fine drawings.

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    TRANSMISSION Once you have loaded the document and made any desired transmission settings, you are ready to dial the number of the receiving fax machine and transmit the document. There are several ways of dialling, and you can select the one which best suits your needs. Normal Dialling With Normal Dialling, you pickup the handset (or press the SPEAKER key) and dial as you would to make a telephone call.

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    TRANSMISSION Direct Keypad Dia/ling If you don’t need to talk with the other party before sending the fax, you can just dial—it isn’t necessary to pick up the handset or press the SPEAKER key. Direct Keypad Dialling is a form of Automatic Dialling, so if you need to insert a pause key.(FOrmOre information bem’een any digits of the number, OnPaUSeSY...

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    TRANSMISSION Speed Dialling Speed Dialling can be used to dial any number which has been stored for Automatic Dialling (see “Storing numbers for Automatic Dialling” in Chapter Press the SPEED DIAL key and then enter the two digits of the Speed Dial number by pressing the numeric keys.

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    TRANSMISSION Using the REDIAL key If the line is busy, you can press the REDIAL key to redial the number (the last number dialed is redialed). Press the REDIAL key. REDIAL The speaker will be activated. (Be sure to adjust the speaker volume adequately.) Wait for the connection.

  • Page 24: Reception

    The UX-114 has two basic modes of reception: manual and automatic. With manual reception, you must first pick up the handset and then press the STARTICOPY key. With automatic reception, you don’t need to do anything; the machine automatically receives the incoming document. G Manual reception is generally used when you will be receiving both voice calls and facsimile transmissions on the same line.

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    RECEPTION START/COPY You will either hear a fax tone or the other party will speak to you. If you hear a fax tone, press the START/COPY key. If the other party first speaks with you and then wants to send a document, press the START/COPY key after speaking.

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    RECEPTION This is a special function which allows you to use one line for both fax and voice communications without having to personally answer every call. When it is turned on, the UX-114 detects whether an incoming call is a voice call or a fax.

  • Page 27: Copying

    The UX-I 14 can also be used to make copies. In particular, this function can be used to make sample copies of documents to be transmitted to see if the resolution or contrast needs adjustment. The default resolurionfor cop>ingis FINE. Load the document face as you down...

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    The UX-114 can be used like a regular telephone to make and receive voice calls. When the po~~eris ofi >.OU cannot dial to make telephone calls. Ho~~’evlei-, >’OU c an ~-eceitle incoming calls. Making te/ephone calls SPEAKER Pick up the handset or press ,~:k...

  • Page 29: Using Your Fax With Other Devices, Answering Machine

    Plug the of the answering machine line into the jack on the back side of the F080TPadaptor. Changing the outgoing message The outgoing message (OGM) of your answering machine should be changed to inform callers who want to send a fax to press their Start key. For example, your message might go as follows: “Hello.

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    ANSWERING MACHINE When the answering machine is not in use The answering machine can be left connected to the fax machine when you aren’t using it. If it has a handset, it will function as an extension telephone. When using an answering machine as an extension telephone, make sure that it is turned o~ and the reception mode of thefm machine is set to AL”TOor MANUAL.

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    ANSWERING MACHINE How fax transmissions are detected The fax machine detects fax transmissions in two ways, depending on whether the fax is being sent automatically or manually: Automatic transmission: If the fax is sent using a form of automatic transmission, such as Rapid Key or Speed Dialing, the transmitting machine will send a “calling tone”...

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    ANSWERING MACHINE If necessary, you can use one or more of the following settings to improve the response of the answering machine hook-up to incoming calls. Quiet Detect Time This function switches a call to the UX-I 14 if a certain period of silence is detected after the answering machine answers.

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    ANSWERING MACHINE Quiet Detect Start Timing This setting can be used to delay the start of Quiet Detect Time if the latter is turned on. We recommend that you only use this function if there is a long pause between the time the answering machine answers a call and the beginning of the outgoing message (a pause is sometimes added before the message to allow clear detection of possible fax tones).

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    ANSWERING MACHINE i Comments Step ; Press these keys: FUNCTION o“~ Select A.M. MODE. RCV. Move to SELECT AUTO ~ pre~~ turnthe function on, or “2” tUrn it Off. 11111 t. STOP i Exit. Off-Hook Hold Time This setting is used to switch calls unconditionally to the fax machine at a set time after the answering machine answers.

  • Page 35: Extension Telephone

    You can connect an extension telephone to the UX-114. if the telephone is a touch-tone telephone, you can use it to activate fax reception by pressing 1,~,1 and II*!!. A touch-tone extension telephone connected to a walljack can also be used to activate fax reception.

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    EXTENSION TELEPHONE Activating fax reception with a touch-tone telephone Answer the extension telephone when it rings. You will either hear a fax tone or the other party will speak. If you hear a fax tone, go to Step 3. send a fax the other party wants to after speaking, ask them to press their...

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    variety of optional settings are available which you can use to fine-tune the UX-114 to better suit your needs. The settings are called User Switches, and they are made using the panel keys. Each switch is described in the list below. ‘1 Comments ~ Step...

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    OPTIONAL SE~lNGS Switch 4: AUTO FAX/PHONE CHANGEOVER Press “l” (YES) to have the machine detect whether incoming calls are voice calls or fax Press“2” (NO)to turn the functionoff. transmissions in automatic reception mode. Factory setting: “2” Switch 5: TELEPHONE/FAX REMOTE NUMBER This sets the 1-digit code number for transferring an incoming fax from an extension telephone to the UX-114.

  • Page 39: Printing Out Reports And Lists

    settings and information entered in the machine can variety of lists showing report on transactions made can also be set to be printed out on-demand. A selected conditions. Each list and the report is print out automatically under described below. ~ Comments Press these keys: Step...

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    PRINTING OUT REPORTS AND LISTS This report is printed out automatically ...........*.**.*.**..*.***..*..*** after an operation is performed to TR@u SO CT I OH REPORT 25- OCT -93 HON 14 :32 allow you to check the result. The ma- FoR : TONY*S FAX U6CH!NE 1234...

  • Page 41: User Maintenance, Recording Paper

    A rubber eraser or adhesive tape is used on it. Sharp paper has a black stripe on the last 1.5 m of the roll. When the machine detects this stripe, it finishes printing the current page and then stops. NO PAPER will appear in the display, and further reception and copying will not be possible.

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    Clean the recording head frequently to ensure optimum printing performance. To clean the head, first turn off the power, open the operation panel, and remove the recording paper. Wipe the recording head and edge of the head cover with a soft cloth dampened Recording h with isopropyl alcohol.

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    If the receiving machine is in manual mode with no attendant, reception will not be possible. s If the receiving machine is not a Sharp model, make sure it is G3 compatible. s Check the display for error messages.

  • Page 44: Troubleshooting

    PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS Problem Check and remedy ~Y “ Make sure that the recording paper is properly loaded Nothing is printed when you try in your machine. ~ to receive a document. Q Make sure the power is on. Make sure that the document for transmission is loaded face down in the feeder of the other machine.

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    or copied. ~ Number of pages transmitted, received, TOTAL PAGE(S) 01 \ You haverunout of recording paper. NO PAPER I The operation panel is open. Close it. COVER OPEN The document is jammed. See the following section, “Clearing DOCUMENT JAM ~ a jammed document”.

  • Page 46

    If a document doesn’t feed properly during transmission or copying, or DOCUMENT JAM appears in the display, first try pressing the START/COPY key. If the document doesn’t feed out, open the operation panel and pull it out gently. Before closing the operation panel, make sure the leading edge of the recording paper is set properly (it should extend to the received docu-...

  • Page 47

    Use this guide as a convenient reminder for operating the machine after you have read the detailed instructions for each procedure in the manual. Note: ~.---.---7 Steps which are optional are enclosed in a dottedframe: L---- .-----i Transmitting documents ~--------= Lifi handset Load Dial (press...

  • Page 48: Specifications

    Weight: Approx. 3.6 kg * Based on CCITT Test Chart #1 at standard resolution in Sharp special mode, excluding time for protocol signals (i.e., CCITT phase C time only). As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement without prior notice.

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    Loading the document ... . . 4-2 Adjustable document guides ..1-1 Alphanumeric keyboard ... . 3-2 Name of owner/sender, programming .

  • Page 50: Setting The Date And Time

    . ,. QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FUNCTION key Operations using the The following chart shows how to access FUNCTION key operations. Once you have accessed the desired operation, follow the instructions which appear in the display. m + @ Answering or @ (Pressuntil desired item appeafs) machine settings :=O;...

  • Page 51

    NOTICE FOR UNITS INSTALLED IN NEW ZEALAND WARNING: Should any physical damage occur to the equipment which may result in internal parts becoming exposed, the equipment should immediately be disconnected and the user should arrange for its repair before it is reconnected, or its disposal if necessary.

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    SHARP CORPORATION OF AUSTRALIA PTY.LTD. A.C.N. 003039405 1 Huntingwood Drive, Huntingwood, Blacktown, N.S.W., 2148 SHARP CORPORATION PRINTED IN THAILAND (TINSE3351XHZZ)

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