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Kyocera FS-1118MFP User Manual

Kyocera all in one printer user manual.

 
KM-1820
FS-1118MFP
Advanced Operation Guide
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Summary of Contents

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    KM-1820 FS-1118MFP Advanced Operation Guide...

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    The KM-1820 model is applicable to USA, Canada, and the Asia Pacific region. The FS-1118MFP model is applicable to Europe and Australasia.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction Guides included ............. . . v Conventions .

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Canceling Jobs ............. . 4-3 Verifying Scanner Status .

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    Introduction Guides included The following guides are included with this machine. Refer to the guide that corresponds to your particular objective. Installation Guide This Guide contains instructions for assembling and installing the machine. Operation Guide This Operation Guide contains explanations on the initial installation and set-up of this machine, the procedure to connect it to a computer, and the basic procedures for using this machine as a copier, printer, and scanner as well as for resolving problems if trouble occurs.

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    KM-NET for Direct Printing Operation Guide KM-NET for Direct Printing is a utility that allows you to directly print PDF files without starting Adobe Acrobat by directly sending a PDF file through the Windows spooler. This guide describes how to install and operate KM-NET for Direct Printing. This guide is stored on the CD-ROM as a PDF document.

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    Accessing Menu Items When you configure the machine, you do so by accessing a menu item and making your setting from there. Each configuration instruction in this guide tells you to access the menu item and provides a route map to direct you to that item. An example of a route map and its significance is shown below.

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    Introduction viii ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 9: Selecting The Paper Source, Selecting The Original Size For Copying

    1 Copying Functions Selecting the Paper Source Mode Auto Cassette1 Cassette2 MP Tray Press Copy. The basic screen is displayed. Press Paper Select. Press For a cassette, the display shows Completed and returns to the basic screen. For the MP tray, the MP Tray Size screen is displayed. Proceed to the next step. Press screen is displayed.

  • Page 10: Selecting Original Quality Mode, Adjusting Copy Exposure

    Selecting Original Quality Mode The original quality mode selects the copy quality according to the type of originals. Mode Text+Photo Photo Text Press Copy. The basic screen is displayed. Press Original Quality. Press returns to the basic screen. Adjusting Copy Exposure The default exposure is Manual.

  • Page 11: Selecting The Number Of Copies, Zoom Copying

    Selecting the Number of Copies Leaving more than approximately 30 sheets of standard paper or one sheet of special paper in the face-up tray and more than approximately 150 sheets of standard paper in the output tray may damage the machine. Press Copy.

  • Page 12: Selecting Original Placement

    For Zoom Entry, press increments. Press Enter. The display shows Completed and returns to the basic screen. Selecting Original Placement Press Copy. The basic screen is displayed. Press Function. Press screen is displayed. Press The display shows Completed and returns to the Function screen. Using the Platen Using the Document Processor Press right Select.

  • Page 13: Using Collate Mode, Using Combine Mode

    Using Collate Mode Multiple originals can be scanned into memory in a single operation and the number of copy sets created. Press Copy. The basic screen is displayed. Press Function. Press Press Completed and returns to the Function screen. Press right Select. The display returns to the basic screen. Using Combine Mode The images from either 2 or 4 originals can be reduced and combined onto a single copy.

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    The following illustrations indicate the effects of each direction and layout setting: 2 in 1 > Top Edge to Rear. 2 in 1 > Top Edge to Left 4 in 1 > Top Edge to Rear Original Left to Right/Top to Bottom Original Left to Right/Top to...

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    4 in 1 > Top Edge to Left Press Placement screen is displayed. The following illustrations indicate the effects of each borderline setting Solid Line Dotted Line ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Original Left to Right to Bottom to select the type of the borderline and press Enter. The Orig. Copied Image 2 in 1 Copied Image...

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    Positioning Mark Press Completed and returns to the Function screen. Press right Select. The display returns to the basic screen. Using the Document Processor with Combine Mode Place the originals in the document processor. Press Copy. The basic screen is displayed. Select the combine mode.

  • Page 17: Continuous Copying

    Press Start. The original is scanned. Once the scanning operation is completed, Set original and press Start key is displayed. Place the next original on the Platen ready for scanning and press Start. The next original is scanned. Repeat step 5 until all the originals have been scanned. When all the originals have been scanned, press right Select.

  • Page 18: Ecoprint Mode

    Place the original on the platen. Press Copy. The basic screen is displayed. Press Start. The first original is scanned. Once the scanning operation is completed, Set original and press Start key is displayed. Position the next original on the platen and press Start. The next original is scanned.

  • Page 19: Print Override Mode, File Name Entry

    Print Override Mode The print override mode allows the current job to be interrupted in order to make copies of a more urgent job. After the print override processing is completed, the interrupted job will be resumed. Press Copy. The basic screen is displayed. Press Function.

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    Press table shows how the file name is constructed. Selected Item Date and Time Job No. Press Enter. The display shows Completed and returns to the Function screen. Press right Select. The display returns to the basic screen. After copying is completed, it is stored as a file name. The file name can be monitored in the Status menu.

  • Page 21: Sending The Job End Report

    Sending the Job End Report Once the appropriate e-mail settings have been made, this function notifies you by e-mail when copying is complete. The following is an example of the information that is sent by e-mail. Press Copy. The basic screen is displayed. Press Function.

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    When Selecting an Address Entry (Entering an E-mail Address) Enter the e-mail address to which you want the report to be sent. For details on using the numeric keys to enter characters, refer to Character Entry in the Operation Guide. Press Enter.

  • Page 23: Using The Scanning Function

    2 Scanning Functions Using the Scanning Function This machine can send a scanned image as an attachment to an e-mail message or to a PC linked to the network. In order to do this, it is necessary to register the sender and destination (recipient) address on the network.

  • Page 24: Scanning Documents

    Scanning Documents Press Send. The basic screen is displayed. Register the destination using Using the Address Book on page 2-4. The destination is displayed. Repeat this procedure for all other addresses (if you are sending to a PC, only one destination is possible).

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    Changing a Destination With the corresponding destination selected, press displayed. Press displayed. Press screen is displayed. Press Enter the new destination. Press Enter. The display shows Completed and returns to the Dest. Confirm screen. Press Send. The display returns to the basic screen. Deleting a Destination With the corresponding destination selected, press displayed.

  • Page 26: Using The Address Book

    Using the Address Book This machine has an address book function and can also access an external address book (LDAP). When an e-mail address, the path of PC folder, and FTP server's path are registered in the address book, it can transmit directly from the operation panel. This section explains how to enter the destination from the address book.

  • Page 27: Selecting Color Scan Mode, Selecting The Original Quality For Scanning

    Selecting Color Scan Mode The following color modes are available for scanning: Mode Full Color Grayscale Monochrome Press Send. The basic screen is displayed. Press Scan Color Select. Press and returns to the basic screen. Press Start to start scanning. Selecting the Original Quality for Scanning The original quality mode is used to optimize scanning quality according to the type of originals.

  • Page 28: Selecting The Scanning Resolution, Adjusting The Exposure For Scanning

    Selecting the Scanning Resolution The higher the resolution value is, the finer the image will be. A higher resolution results in a larger file size and longer scanning time. The maximum resolution using full color or gray scale modes without optional expansion memory is 300 dpi.

  • Page 29: Selecting The Original Size For Scanning, Selecting The Send Size

    Selecting the Original Size for Scanning The original size defines the area to be scanned and must be identical to the physical size of the original. Press Send. The basic screen is displayed. Press Original Size. Press Completed and returns to the basic screen. If the original size required is not shown, select Others and press Enter.

  • Page 30: Zoom Scanning, Selecting The Original Placement For Scanning

    Zoom Scanning This section explains how to scan documents to an enlarged or reduced size. The following modes are available for zooming. Mode 100% Auto Auto Zoom Press Send. The basic screen is displayed. Press Function. Press Press returns to the Function screen. The original is scanned so that it fits onto the selected send size.

  • Page 31: Continuous Scanning

    Using the Document Processor Continuous Scanning Use Continuous Scan to scan originals into memory in individual sections. The machine groups the sections to form a single job. Press Send. The basic screen is displayed. Press Function. Press screen is displayed. Press returns to the Function screen.

  • Page 32: Selecting The Image File Format, Entering The Name Of Send Job

    When all originals have been scanned, press right Select. The display shows Accepted and returns to the basic screen. Selecting the Image File Format The image file formats available will differ depending upon the Scan Color setting. The following indicates the file formats that are selectable under each setting. Color Scan Mode Full Color Grayscale...

  • Page 33: Entering The Subject And Body Message Of The E-mail

    Enter a file name between one and 30 characters using the numeric keys (refer to Character Entry in the Operation Guide) and press Enter. The Additional Info screen is displayed. The factory default setting for the file name is doc. Press Enter.

  • Page 34: Reporting The End Of Scanning

    Reporting the End of Scanning This function notifies you by e-mail when scanning is complete. Press Send. The basic screen is displayed. Press Function. Press is displayed. Press Press When Selecting an Address Book Press address screen is displayed. Press Enter. The display shows Completed and returns to the Function screen. Press right Select.

  • Page 35: Scanning With Twain

    Scanning with TWAIN TWAIN driver controls the scanning operation with a TWAIN-compatible application and displays the scanned image in the application. TWAIN drivers meet the standard universal protocol for communicating between scanners and software applications. Required operating systems (OS) for using the TWAIN Driver are Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000 and Microsoft Windows XP.

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    Using TWAIN Connect your PC to the machine using a USB cable. Place the original on the platen. Use the TWAIN-compatible application to scan from your PC. Choose the appropriate settings and click Scan. The scanned data will be sent to your PC.

  • Page 37: Parallel Setting

    3 Printer Settings This chapter explains the procedures required to use the printer functions of the machine. The settings needed to use the machine as a network printer can be made from the operation panel or using COMMAND CENTER. The procedures in this chapter only explain how to make the settings from the operation panel.

  • Page 38: Network Settings

    Network Settings The procedure to use this machine as a network printer is accomplished in accordance with the following flow. Enter IP addresses, etc. for a network connection (see your network administrator) Perform the following procedures on the operation panel or COMMAND CENTER. Make the network settings (Network Settings on page 3-2) Restart the machine Select the emulation mode (Setting the Emulation Mode on page 3-6)

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    TCP/IP Setting Turn this setting On when this machine is connected to a Windows network, etc., using TCP/IP. System Menu/ Counter System Setting Enter Network Setting Enter TCP/IP Setting Enter TCP/IP Enter DHCP Setting DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) provides a mechanism for delivering IP configuration parameters, including IP address, Subnet Mask, etc.

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    IP Address Setting The IP address that should be registered here will differ depending upon your network environment. Check with your network administrator before performing this setting. Be sure that DHCP is Off and TCP/IP is On. System Menu/ Counter System Setting Enter Network Setting...

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    Subnet Mask Setting Specifies the Subnet Mask configured on the printing system network component. If the printing system does not automatically assign a usable default value and the first number in the IP address above is from 192 to 254, then use 255.255.255.0 as the Subnet Mask.

  • Page 42: Setting The Emulation Mode

    Setting the Emulation Mode Available emulations are: Line Printer, IBM Proprinter, DIABLO 630, EPSON LQ- 850, PCL6, KPDL, and KPDL (AUTO). If KPDL (AUTO) emulation is selected, the machine will automatically switch from KPDL to a alternative emulation mode in accordance with the data to be printed. If KPDL emulation is selected, you can select whether or not to have a report printed out automatically whenever a KPDL error occurs during printing.

  • Page 43: Status Screen

    4 Operation Status This chapter contains explanations on the aspects of this machine for which the current operation status can be verified. Some of the procedures shown in this chapter can also be accomplished using COMMAND CENTER - refer to Using COMMAND CENTER on page 8-1. Status Screen The following table explains the meaning of the icons displayed on the Status screen.

  • Page 44: Checking Jobs Status, Verifying Job Log, Pausing Jobs

    Checking Jobs Status Status/Job Cancel Status Menu Enter Print Job Status Enter Verifying Job Log All information on the history of print jobs and send jobs are deleted when the machine is turned off. Status/Job Cancel Status Menu Enter Print Job Log Enter Pausing Jobs You can temporarily pause the processing of the jobs.

  • Page 45: Canceling Jobs

    Canceling Jobs During Pausing Jobs can also be canceled from the Print Job Status or Send Job Status screens. For more information, refer to Canceling Jobs on page 4-3. Press Cancel Job. Are you sure?. Press left Select. If you do not want to cancel that job, press right Select. Canceling appears in the display and the process to cancel the job will begin.

  • Page 46: Verifying Scanner Status, Verifying Printer Status, Verifying The Toner Status

    Verifying Scanner Status Status/Job Cancel Status Menu Enter Scanner Enter Verifying Printer Status Status/Job Cancel Status Menu Enter Printer Enter Verifying the Toner Status The amount of remaining toner is indicated with a 10-level indicator scale. Use this scale as a guide to determine when to replace the toner container. Status/Job Cancel Status Menu Enter...

  • Page 47: Verifying Settings For The Cassettes And Mp Tray, Printing Reports

    Verifying Settings for the Cassettes and MP Tray Status/Job Cancel Status Menu Enter Paper Input Enter Printing Reports The following shows the reports that are available for printing. Report Name Menu Map Status Page Font List Procedure to Print Reports System Menu/ Counter Report...

  • Page 48: Verifying Total Number Of Prints And Scans

    Result Report Setting The result report can be printed out for checking whether a transmission was accomplished correctly or not. • • • System Menu/ Counter Report Enter Result Rep Set Enter Send Result Enter Verifying Total Number of Prints and Scans System Menu/ Counter Counter...

  • Page 49: Display Settings

    5 System Settings This chapter explains the procedures to make the various settings that are required in relation to the overall operation of this machine. Some of the procedures shown in this chapter can also be accomplished using COMMAND CENTER refer to Using COMMAND CENTER on page 8-1. Display Settings Adjusting the Contrast of the display screen System Menu/...

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    Default Operation Mode The default operation mode will determine whether the operation mode that appears after power is turned on to the machine will be the copy operation mode, the send operation mode or the status operation mode. System Menu/ Counter Common Setting Enter...

  • Page 51: Print Quality Settings

    Print Quality Settings Adjusting Copy Exposure You can adjust the copy exposure for each original quality mode (Auto Exposure Mode, Text + Photo Mode, Text Mode and Photo Mode) to any one of the seven available levels. Available Settings Lighter -3 Lighter -2 Lighter -1 Normal...

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    Photo Processing Method System Menu/ Counter Copy Setting Enter Item Photo Processing Error diffusion Enter Dithering Resetting Toner Status To ensure the correct information is displayed for the toner status, the toner gauge must be reset after replacing the toner container. Setting Menu Toner Gauge Rset (Toner Gauge Reset)

  • Page 53: Machine Settings

    Machine Settings Changing Function Defaults For functions that you use often, changing the default value to the setting will minimize the time required to make that setting each time the corresponding function is used. The following table shows the functions for which the default values can be changed and their available settings.

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    Registering One-Touch Keys Use the following procedure to register a destination (e-mail, PC folder, FAX) or a combination (copy or send) for the one-touch keys. Selecting One-Touch Keys System Menu/ Counter Common Setting Enter One Touch Set Enter Registering Destinations To use this function, the destination must be registered in the Address book - refer to Editing the Address Book on page 5-21.

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    Verifying or Deleting One Touch Keys System Menu/ Counter Common Setting Enter One Touch Keys Enter Registering Program Functions Up to eight combinations of copy or send option modes and functions displayed on the operation panel can be registered as a single program. Registering a Program System Menu/ Counter...

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    Using a Program Press Program. The Program Call screen is displayed. Press shows Called and the Program is loaded. When the destination of a PC folder is registered, the User Login Name and Login Password must be input. Position the originals and press Start. Copy jobs or, send jobs are produced using the settings registered in the program.

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    Adjusting Alarms The following shows the various alarms and the available volume settings. Item Available Settings Volume 0 Off 1 Minimum 3 Middle 5 Maximum Key Conf. Buzzer Key Fail Buzzer Reset Buzzer Job End Buzzer Ready Buzzer Warning Buzzer ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Description Adjust the volume of the alarms.

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    Item Available Settings Error Buzzer System Menu/ Counter Common Setting Enter Sound Setting Enter Buzzer Enter Volume Enter 5-10 Description Indicates that for some reason the corresponding operation has been terminated/paused or that user-intervention is required. This setting applies when one of the following messages appears on the display.

  • Page 59: Timer Settings

    Timer Settings Date and Time NOTE: as necessary to match the current time. System Menu/ Counter Date/Timer Set Enter Year/Time Enter Date Format The display sequence of the date which is displayed at the operating panel can be changed to Month/Day/Year, Day/Month/Year or Year/Month/Day. System Menu/ Counter Date/Timer Set...

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    Time Zone This setting indicates the difference in time between your time zone and Greenwich Mean Time. (Example: The setting for Eastern Standard Time is -05:00 Estn Time). This setting is especially useful when sending e-mail. System Menu/ Counter Date/Timer Set Enter Time Zone Enter...

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    Reset Timer System Menu/ Counter Date/Timer Set Enter Reset Timer Enter Low Power Timer The machine has a Low Power Timer that is used to conserve power when it is not operating. You can adjust this time to between 1 minute and 240 minutes before the machine enters low power mode.

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    Enabling Auto Sleep System Menu/ Counter Date/Timer Set Enter Auto Sleep Enter Sleep Timer System Menu/ Counter Date/Timer Set Enter Sleep Timer Enter Auto Error Clear If a printing error occurs that still allows printing to continue, setting Auto Error Clear to On enables the next job to be printed after a set recovery period (Error Clear Time) has elapsed.

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    Error Clear Time System Menu/ Counter Date/Timer Set Enter Err. Clear Timer Enter ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Access Err. Clear Timer. If you are unsure how to use this route map refer to Accessing Menu Items on page vii. Press or use the numeric keys to select the recovery time and press Enter.

  • Page 64: Size Settings

    Size Settings Registering Custom Original Size If you normally copy or scan from an original size that is not registered in this machine (non-standard size), it is convenient to register that size in advance. You can register a custom original size within the following ranges: Measurement Inch specifications Metric specifications...

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    Registering Custom Paper Size If you normally copy or print onto a paper size that is not registered in this machine (non-standard size), it is convenient to register that size in advance. It is possible to register a custom paper size within the following ranges: Measurement Inch specifications Metric specifications...

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    Default Original Size You can change the default original size to a more frequently used one. System Menu/ Counter Common Setting Enter Orig./Paper Set Enter Def. Orig. Size Enter Selecting Paper Size and Media Type From the operation panel, you can select the default paper source from which the machine feeds paper.

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    MP Tray System Menu/ Counter Common Setting Enter Orig./Paper Set Enter MP Tray Set Enter MP Tray Size Enter Registering Custom Media Type It is possible to use this procedure to register and select names for custom media types (1 through 8). System Menu/ Counter Common Setting...

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    Selecting the Paper Feed Source If an optional paper feeder is installed, it is also available for the default paper source. System Menu/ Counter Common Setting Enter Orig./Paper Set Enter Def. Paper Input Enter Selecting the APS (Auto Paper Selection) Media Type Use the following procedure to designate the type of paper that will be used when the Auto setting is selected for the paper source.

  • Page 69: Editing The Address Book

    Editing the Address Book This section explains how to register contact address and group address. The maximum number that can be registered is: Contact Address Group Address Registration of e-mail address, PC folder (SMB and FTP), and fax number is also possible from an Internet Web browser as well as by using COMMAND CENTER.

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    Registering Group Address The destination of PC folder can only register one group to one destination. System Menu/ Counter Edit Addressbook Enter right Select Menu Add Address Enter Group Enter 5-22 Access Group. If you are unsure how to use this route map refer to Accessing Menu Items on page vii.

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    Edit Address System Menu/ Counter Edit Addressbook Enter Delete Address System Menu/ Counter Edit Addressbook Enter ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Access Edit Addressbook. If you are unsure how to use this route map refer to Accessing Menu Items on page vii. Press to select the address required and press right Select.

  • Page 72: Printing The Service Pages

    Printing the Service Pages The following table shows the reports that are available for printing. CAUTION: personnel. Do not attempt to change settings other than those explained below. Item Ser. Status Page (Service Status Page) NW Status Page (Network Status Page) System Menu/ Counter Service Setting...

  • Page 73: Entering User Login, Id Management

    6 User Login Management When User ID is indicated on this machine, the administrator has enabled the User Login function and you will need to enter your User ID in order to use the machine. Additionally, the administrator may have set a password which you will also need to enter.

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    Registering a User Up to 20 users, including the administrator can be registered. System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter User Login Set Enter User List Enter Access User List. If you are unsure how to use this route map refer to Accessing Menu Items on page vii.

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    Editing User Details The following details can be edited. • • • • • • System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter User Login Set Enter User List Enter ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE User Name - maximum 16 characters. User ID - maximum 16 characters. Password - maximum 16 characters.

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    Deleting a User System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter User Login Set Enter User List Enter User Property You can verify the information of the login user. However, modification of User Name and Password is possible. When User Login is set to Off, The User Property screen is not displayed.

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    Unknown ID Job The manager can permit or prohibit a print job from user ID that is not registered. System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Unknown ID Job Enter ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Access Unknown ID Job. If you are unsure how to use this route map refer to Accessing Menu Items on page vii.

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    User Login Management ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

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    7 Job Accounting Job accounting is used to control the total number of copies and prints by setting an ID-code for each account. When enabled, job accounting has the following features. Job Accounting Function Enabling job accounting Managing accounts All account management Individual account management Job Accounting Report...

  • Page 80: Managing Accounts, Setting Limitation Of Use

    Managing Accounts Registering a New Account System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Account. List Enter Setting Limitation of Use You can change the management method so that you can set the limitation of count for copying and printing respectively. Copying Limitation This item is displayed if Copy/Print Count setting is set to Split.

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    Printing Limitation System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Account. List Enter Scanning Limitation System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Account. List Enter Fax Transmission Limitation System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Account.

  • Page 82: Deleting An Account, Changing Limitation Of Use, All Account Management

    Deleting an Account System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Account. List Enter Changing Limitation of Use System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Account. List Enter All Account Management Confirming the counter System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter...

  • Page 83: Individual Account Management

    Resetting the counter System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Individual Account Management Confirming the counter System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Resetting the counter System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Access Job Account.

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    Job Accounting Report System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account. Set Enter Access Job Account. Set. If you are unsure how to use this route map refer to Accessing Menu Items on page vii. Press to select Account. Report and press Enter. Print Are you sure? is displayed.

  • Page 85: Default Settings

    Default Settings Action when Limitations are Exceeded You can select whether to prohibit use of the machine immediately, from the next job or to display a warning message when the count limitation is exceeded. System Menu/ Counter User/Job Account Enter Job Account.

  • Page 86: Using Job Accounting

    Using Job Accounting Copier or Send Operation Under job accounting, you can only perform copier and send operations after inputting your ID-code. When User Login is set, the message display prompts you to enter the user ID and password. The job is then added to the account of the user with that ID. For details, refer to Editing User Details on page 6-3.

  • Page 87: System Requirements

    8 Using COMMAND CENTER COMMAND CENTER refers to the web home page that is installed in the machine from which you can verify the operating status of the machine and make settings related to security, network printing, e-mail transmission and advanced networking. System Requirements If the machine is used on a TCP/IP network and has a valid IP address, it may be managed from any web browser.

  • Page 88: Accessing Command Center

    Accessing COMMAND CENTER Run the web browser. In Address or Location, enter the machine IP address as the URL, e.g. http:// 10.183.51.33/. The home page displays basic information about the machine and COMMAND CENTER as well as the current status of the machine. Select a category from the navigation bar on the left to view and set values for that category.

  • Page 89: Command Center Pages

    COMMAND CENTER Pages The COMMAND CENTER home page divides the seven functions onto separate pages. The following is an outline of each page accessed. Page Description Start page This page allows you to verify this machine’s operating status and current settings. Basic page This page includes settings that apply to the entire machine, such as Device Defaults, Security, and Basic Networking.

  • Page 90: Start Page

    Page Description Fax page This page includes settings that apply to the FAX function of the device, such as FAX transmit and receive settings. Jobs page This page includes information on all device jobs including job status, scheduled job and job log.

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    Start > Status These pages allow you to verify the various settings (machine, printing, scanning, network and e-mail) that were made on the operation panel or using COMMAND CENTER. Item Description Network > General This allows you to verify the settings made under SNMP, LDAP, TCP/IP, IPP (Internet Printing Protocol), AppleTalk, and NetBEUI in the Advanced Page.

  • Page 92: Basic Page

    Start > Information This page provides information about the Address Book, User Login, the model number of the machine and version of COMMAND CENTER. Item Description Address Book This shows the status of Contacts and Groups in the Address Book. For more information on other items, refer to FAX Page on page 8-14.

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    Basic > Security > Device COMMAND CENTER provides the ability to restrict the type of access that can be accomplished from the operation panel. This can be done by selecting one of the available settings: Lock, Partial Lock, or Unlock. Item Description Lock...

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    Basic > Network This page allows you to make the settings that are required for network printing and sending e-mail. For more information, refer to Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > General on page 8-18. You must restart this machine after you have completed these settings in order to properly register the content of those settings in the machine.

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    Basic > Reset This page allows you to restart the machine in order to make all settings in the machine valid. It is also possible to select to have all settings returned to their factory default values. Item Description Restart entire device When clicking the Restart button, the machine restarts.

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    Editing a Contact Open the Address Book Contacts page. Click the Number or Name of the contact to edit. Modify the information of the contact. Click Submit. Deleting the Contact Open the Address Book Contacts page. Check the desired contact. If you check Number, all contacts displayed on the page will be checked.

  • Page 97: Printer Page

    Printer Page This section includes settings that apply to the printing function of the machine, such as default print resolution or copy count. If the Admin password has been set, pages in this section are available only to the Administrator. Default printer settings will be overridden by the printer driver settings.

  • Page 98: Scanner Page

    Scanner Page This section includes settings that apply to the scanning function of the machine, such as default scan resolution or original placement. In order to attach scanned data file to an e-mail and send it, the SMTP settings on the Advanced page must be completed.

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    Scanner > E-mail The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the Scanner Default Settings page. Item Description Subject You can enter the information that you want to appear in the subject field of the e- mail. the subject can include the printer model, serial number, MAC address and equipment ID by entering any of the following conversion strings: Body You can enter the information that you want to appear in the body of the e-mail.

  • Page 100: Fax Page

    FAX Page This section includes settings, such as FAX transmission and reception settings, that apply to the FAX function of the device. FAX > Defaults The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the FAX Default Settings page. Item Description Local FAX Name...

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    FAX > Receive > General The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the FAX reception general page. Item Description FAX Receive Selects the FAX reception mode. The selectable option is different depending on the destination. The choices are Auto (Normal, FAX/TEL, TAD or DRD) or Manual.

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    FAX > Receive > Forward The table below provides a summary of the items displayed on the FAX reception forward page. Item Description Forward Enables or disables the fax forwarding. File Format Selects the file format, TIFF or PDF, of the forwarding documents. Forward Time Selects the forwarding time between Time Specification and All Day.

  • Page 103: Jobs Page

    Jobs Page This section includes information on all device jobs including job status, scheduled job and job log. The table below provides a summary of the pages in Jobs page. When clicking the job on each page, the detailed information of the job is displayed. Page Description Status >...

  • Page 104: Advanced Page

    Advanced Page This section includes advanced settings that apply to the machine and is comprised primarily of advanced network settings. Pages in this section are available only to the Administrator (if the Admin password has been set). NOTE: order to properly register the content of those settings in the machine. Refer to Basic >...

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    Advanced > Protocols > TCP/IP > IP Filters IP filters specify a host or network of hosts that are allowed to access the printing system. An entry should be a network number or host IP address. Up to 10 access list entries are allowed.

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    Advanced > Protocols > Netware This printing system supports both NDS and bindery printing in either print server mode or remote printer mode. NetWare setup requires installation of the following client software and logon with Administrator Privileges. If you are unsure, please contact your network administrator.

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    Advanced > Protocols > IPP Using IPP (Internet Printing Protocol), you can output to the printer over the Internet or an intranet. Item Description Enables or disable IPP (Internet Printing Protocol). IPP Port Number Sets the IPP Port Number. Be sure to set the default port number to either 80 or 631.

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    Advanced > E-mail > SMTP > General The printing system network component offers e-mail function. SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is an embedded protocol to support this function. To use the e- mail function, the printing system needs connection to an e-mail server using the POP3 protocol.

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    Advanced > E-mail > SMTP > Recipient[#] You can use this to enter details for each of three SMTP recipients. Item Description Recipient # Address Enter the e-mail address for this recipient. Subject You can enter the information that you want to appear in the subject field of the e- mail.

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    Advanced > E-mail > POP3 > User[#] You can use this to enter details for each of three users. Item Description User # Enables or disables this user number. E-mail address Enter the e-mail address. POP3 Server Name Enter the server name. POP3 Port Number Enter the server port number or use the POP3 default port 110.

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    Advanced > Management > SNMP The SNMP protocol is used for providing and transferring management information within the network environment. Should an error occur such as Add Paper, the printing system can automatically generate a trap, an error message sent to up to two pre-determined trap recipients.

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    Item Description Max Search Results Specifies a maximum number of displayed results which have been searched on the LDAP address book. Search Base Specifies a base object which indicates the starting point in the tree structure of the database for the LDAP directory searching. 8-26 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

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    Advanced > Management > Maintenance This feature defines the recipient of maintenance information reports. Item Description Equipment ID This is the name by which the machine will be identified. Recipient Address The e-mail address of the recipient. If there is more than one recipient then the addresses should be separated by a semi-colon ";".

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    Troubleshooting Consult the table below to find basic solutions for problems you may encounter with COMMAND CENTER. Symptom Check Items I can’t access Is the power turned on to this COMMAND machine? CENTER. Is the network cable properly connected? Are the network settings that are made in this machine correct? Is the IP address for this...

  • Page 115

    Symptom Check Items The settings I made Did you click the Submit are not registered. button after making the settings? Did you click the Restart button after making the settings? The administrator has forgotten the Admin password. Error or Warning is Is there an error message displayed under the shown in the display?

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    Using COMMAND CENTER 8-30 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

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    9 Optional Equipment Available Options The following options are available for use with your machine. Document Processor Expansion Memory FAX System Paper Feeder ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

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    Document Processor The document processor automatically feeds and scans multiple sheet originals one by one. IMPORTANT: Be sure that the document processor is closed whenever transporting the machine. Acceptable Originals • • • • Originals to Avoid Be sure not to use the following originals in the document processor. •...

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    Machine Parts Placing Originals in the Document Processor Check that there are no other originals remaining in the document processor. Be sure to fan through the originals a few times to separate the sheets before placing them in the document processor. Adjust the original insert guides to fit the width of original to be copied.

  • Page 120: Paper Feeder, Expansion Memory

    Open the ejection extension when using larger sized originals such as 8 1/2 × 13 inches Oficio II, 8 1/2 × 14 inches Legal, and Folio. Placing a thick original on the Platen When copying from an original which cannot be placed in the document processor (books, magazines, etc.), open the document processor and place the original directly on the platen.

  • Page 121: Fax System

    Installing DIMM Contact your dealer for information on purchasing DIMM that is best suited for use with this machine. Insert DIMM into the socket as follows: Turn off the machine, disconnect the power cord and disconnect the machine cable. Remove the right cover anchor pin from the rear of the machine and remove the side cover.

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    Optional Equipment ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

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    Appendix Paper Selection General Guidelines The machine is designed to print on standard copier paper (the kind used in ordinary dry copier machines), but it can also accept a variety of other types of paper within the limits specified below. NOTE: not satisfying these requirements is used.

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    Item Dimensional accuracy Squareness of corners Moisture content Direction of grain Pulp content Selecting the Right Paper Laser printing is a process involving laser light, electrostatic discharge, toner, and heat. In addition, as the paper passes through the machine it undergoes considerable sliding, bending, and twisting motions.

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    Paper Size Cassettes and an MP tray are available for the paper sizes listed in the table below. The dimensional tolerances are ±0.7 mm (±0.0276 inches) for the length and width. The angle at the corners must be 90° ±0.2°. Paper Feed Source Cassette or MP...

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    Basis Weight Basis weight is the weight of a standard quantity of paper. In the traditional system the standard quantity is a ream consisting of 500 sheets measuring 17 × 22 inches each. In the metric system the standard quantity is 1 square meter. Paper that is too light or too heavy can cause misfeeding, jams, and premature wear of the machine.

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    Stiffness: Limp paper can buckle inside the machine, while paper that is too stiff may bind. Either way the result is a paper jam. Curl: Most paper has a natural tendency to curl in one direction. The paper should be loaded so that the natural curl is downward, to counteract the upward curl imparted by the machine.

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    Transparency (overhead projection film) Transparency must be able to withstand the heat of fusing during the printing process. It should satisfy the conditions in the table below. Item Tolerance of heat Thickness Material Dimensional accuracy Squareness of corners To avoid trouble, transparency must be delivered face-up. If transparency jams frequently, pull the top of the sheet very gently as it leaves the machine.

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    Some label paper is manufactured with an extra margin of top sheet around the edge. Do not remove the extra top sheet from the carrier sheet until after printing is completed. The table below lists the specifications for adhesive label paper. Item Weight of top sheet Composite weight...

  • Page 130

    Do not use envelopes that have an encapsulated liquid adhesive. Avoid long printing runs consisting of envelopes only. Extensive envelope printing can cause premature printer wear. To avoid jamming due to curled envelopes, do not leave more than approximately 10 printed envelopes stacked in the paper trays during multiple envelope printing.

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    Media Type The machine is capable of printing under the optimum setting for the type of media being used. Setting the media type for the paper source by using COMMAND CENTER will cause the printer to automatically select the paper source and print in the mode best suited to that media type.

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    Function Combination Tables Copy Function Combination Table Function Selected Later 1 Originals on the platen 2 Originals in the document processor 3 Image quality (Text) 4 Image quality (Photo) 5 Image quality (Text + Photo) 6 Exposure (Manual adjustment) 7 Exposure (Auto Adjustment) 8 Original placement 9 Original size (standard size) 10 Original size (custom size)

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    Scan Function Combination Table Function Selected Later 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 1 Originals on the platen 2 Originals in doc.

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    Appendix-12 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

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    Glossary AppleTalk AppleTalk offers file sharing and printer sharing and it also enables you to utilize application software that is on another computer on the same AppleTalk network. APS (Auto Paper Selection) When you want to copy from various sizes of originals at one time, this mode will automatically select the size of copy paper that corresponds to each individual original and will copy that original onto the paper size.

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    Glossary Emulation This refers to emulation of other manufacturers’ printers. The printer emulates operation of the following printers: PCL6, Line printer, IBM Proprinter, DIABLO 630, EPSON LQ-850 and KPDL. Expansion Memory This option is used to increase machine memory. The printer has one expansion slot, and you can install a 64 MB, 128 MB, or 256 MB DIMM (Dual Inline Memory Module).

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    Glossary IP Address (Internet Protocol Address) The Internet Protocol address is a unique number that represents a specific computer in a network. The format of an IP Address is four numbers separated by dots, e.g. 192.168.110.171. Each number should be a decimal between 0 and 255. IPP (Internet Print Protocol) This enables output to the printer from a printer driver over the Internet or an intranet and via an IPP port.

  • Page 138

    Glossary Netware Novell's LAN operating system. NetWare runs on many different hardware platforms and network configurations. Parallel Interface With this interface, data transfer between the printer and the computer takes place in 8-bit chunks. The printer can perform IEEE1284 compatible bi-directional communications.

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    Glossary SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) This is a protocol for the transmission of e-mail over the Internet or an intranet. It is used for transferring mail between mail servers as well as for sending mail from each client to their server. SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) This is a protocol for the management of networks that use TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol).

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    Glossary Glossary-6 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

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    Index Numerics 2 in 1 4 in 1 Account Settings 2-4, 5-21, Address book 8-18 Advanced page Alarm 3-2, 8-21 AppleTalk APS (Auto Paper Selection) media type 5-14 Auto error clear 5-12 Auto panel reset 5-13 Auto sleep timer Basic page 2-11 Body message 8-8,...

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    Job accounting 1-13 Job end report Job log Job status 8-17 Jobs page 8-11 5-1, Language 8-25 LDAP Links 8-19 Logical printers Low Poer Timer 5-13 Low power timer Measurement Appendix-9 Media type Monochrome 4-5, 5-19 MP tray 2-10 Name of scanning job 8-21 NetBEUI 8-20...

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    6-1, User login Volume ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE 1-3, Zoom Index-3...

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    Index Index-4 OPERATION GUIDE...

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    For best print results and machine performance, we recommend that you use only our original supplies for your products.

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    ©2004 is a trademark of Kyocera Corporation...

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    ©2005 is a trademark of Kyocera Corporation...

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    Revision 1.0 2005.2...

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