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Please read this guide before operating this product.
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   Summary of Contents for Canon imageRUNNER 2320

  • Page 1: Reference Guide

    Reference Guide Please read this guide before operating this product. ENGLISH After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 3 2320/2318 Reference Guide...
  • Page 4: Manuals For The Machine

    Manuals for the Machine The manuals for this machine are divided as follows. Please refer to them for detailed information. Depending on the system configuration and product purchased, some manuals may not be needed. Guides with this symbol are PDF manuals included on the Guides with this symbol are printed manuals.
  • Page 5: User Manual Disc

    User Manual disc The User Manual disc is software that enables you to select and view PDF Manuals included on the disc via your computer screen. Follow the instructions below to use the User Manual disc. NOTE Depending on the system configuration and product purchased, some manuals may not be needed.
  • Page 6: Using The Disc Menu

    Using the disc Menu This section describes how to use the disc Menu. When you insert the User Manual disc provided into the disc drive, the Language Selection window appears. Selecting a language on this window displays the following menu. (The sample screen shot shown here is for Windows users.) NOTE For Macintosh users, double-click the [START] icon to start the disc Menu.
  • Page 7: How This Manual Is Organized

    Relationship between Original Orientation and Preprinted Paper Output Chart, and Index. Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon.
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents User Manual disc ..........iii System Requirements .
  • Page 9 Chapter 1 Before You Start Using This Machine Installation Location and Handling ........1-2 Installation Precautions .
  • Page 10 Chapter 3 Useful Functions and Settings What Are Additional Functions? ........3-2 Tone Settings .
  • Page 11 Chapter 4 System Manager Settings Specifying the System Manager Settings ......4-2 Setting System Manager ID and System Password .
  • Page 12 Service Call Message ..........7-37 Contacting Your Local Authorized Canon Dealer .....7-37...
  • Page 13 Chapter 8 Appendix Additional Functions Settings Table ....... . . 8-2 Sample Reports .
  • Page 14: Preface

    Preface Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageRUNNER 2320/2318. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the machine 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 15: Illustrations Used In This Manual

    Illustrations Used in This Manual Illustrations used in this manual are those displayed when the imageRUNNER 2318 has the following optional equipment attached to it: the Feeder (DADF-P2), Finisher-U2, Additional Finisher Tray-C1, Cassette Feeding Module-J1, and Cassette Feeding Module-K1. Abbreviations Used in This Manual In this manual, product names and model names are abbreviated as follows: Microsoft Windows 2000: Windows 2000...
  • Page 16: Available Features

    Optional Original Size 2-Sided Platen Network Remote Copy Print Feeder Detection Printing Cover Scan imageRUNNER 2320 opt. opt. opt. opt. imageRUNNER 2318 opt. opt. opt. opt. NOTE For more information on the optional equipment, see Chapter 5, “Optional Equipment.”...
  • Page 17: Operations And Terms Used In This Manual

    Operations and Terms Used in This Manual This machine makes effective use of memory to perform print operations efficiently. For example, as soon as the machine has scanned the original that you want to copy, it can immediately scan the next person’s original. You can also print from this machine, using a function other than the Copy function.
  • Page 18 Printing Outputting documents such as a copy or data sent from a client computer to the machine. Copying Printing data scanned from an original, followed by finishing options, such as stapling.
  • Page 19: Legal Notices

    Safety regulations require the product’s name to be registered. In some regions where this product is sold, the following name(s) in ( ) may be registered instead. imageRUNNER 2320/2318 (F190600) EMC Directive This equipment conforms with the essential requirements of EC Directive 2004/ 108/EC.
  • Page 20 This product has been classified under IEC60825-1: 2007 and EN60825-1: 2007, which conform to the following classes: CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT LASER KLASSE 1 APPAREIL Á LASER DE CLASSE 1 APPARECCHIO LASER DI CLASSE 1 PRODUCTO LÁSER DE CLASE 1 APARELHO A LASER DE CLASSE 1 LUOKAN 1 LASER-TUOTE LASERPRODUKT KLASS 1...
  • Page 21: International Energy Star Program

    International Energy Star Program ® As an E Partner, Canon Inc. has determined that this NERGY ® machine meets the E Program guidelines for energy NERGY efficiency. ® The International E Office Equipment Program is an NERGY international program that promotes energy saving through the use of computers and other office equipment.
  • Page 22: Weee Directive

    Your cooperation in the correct disposal of this product will contribute to the effective usage of natural resources. For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, waste authority, approved scheme or your household waste disposal service or visit www.canon-europe.com/ environment. (EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) Trademarks Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
  • Page 23: Disclaimers

    Disclaimers The information in this document is subject to change without notice. CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
  • Page 24: Important Safety Instructions

    If these items are dropped or spilled inside the machine, immediately turn OFF the main power switch, and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Then, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. - Necklaces and other metal objects - Cups, vases, flowerpots, and other containers filled with water or liquids...
  • Page 25: Power Supply

    CAUTION • Do not install the machine in unstable locations, such as unsteady platforms or inclined floors, or in locations subject to excessive vibrations, as this may cause the machine to fall or tip over, resulting in personal injury. • Never block the ventilation slots and louvers on the machine.
  • Page 26: Handling

    If the machine makes strange noises, or gives off smoke, heat, or strange smells, immediately turn OFF the main power switch, and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Then, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Continued use of the machine in this condition may result in a fire or electrical shock.
  • Page 27 CAUTION • Do not place heavy objects on the machine, as they may tip over and fall resulting in personal injury. • Close the feeder/platen cover gently to avoid catching your hands, as this may result in personal injury. • Do not press down hard on the feeder/platen cover when using the platen glass to make copies of thick books.
  • Page 28 • Turn OFF the control panel power switch for safety when the machine will not be used for a long period of time, such as overnight. Also, turn OFF the main power switch, and disconnect the power cord for safety when the machine will not be used for an extended period of time, such as during consecutive holidays.
  • Page 29: Maintenance And Inspections

    Maintenance and Inspections WARNING • When cleaning the machine, first turn OFF the main power switch, and then disconnect the power cord. Failure to observe these steps may result in a fire or electrical shock. • Disconnect the power cord from the power outlet regularly, and clean the area around the base of the power plug’s metal pins and the power outlet with a dry cloth to ensure that all dust and grime is removed.
  • Page 30 CAUTION • The fixing unit, the duplex unit, and their surroundings inside the machine may become hot during use. When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not touch the fixing unit, the duplex unit, and their surroundings, as doing so may result in burns.
  • Page 31: Consumables

    Consumables WARNING • Do not burn or throw used toner cartridges into open flames, as this may cause the toner remaining inside the cartridges to ignite, resulting in burns or a fire. • Do not store toner cartridges or paper in places exposed to open flames, as this may cause the toner or paper to ignite, resulting in burns or a fire.
  • Page 33: Before You Start Using This Machine

    Before You Start Using This Machine CHAPTER This chapter describes what you should know before using this machine, such as parts and their functions, and how to turn ON the main power. Installation Location and Handling ......... . 1-2 Installation Precautions .
  • Page 34: Installation Location And Handling

    Installation Location and Handling This section describes precautions for installation location and handling. We recommend that you read this section prior to using this machine. Installation Precautions Avoid Installing the Machine in the Following Locations ■ Avoid locations subject to temperature and humidity extremes, whether low or high.
  • Page 35 ■ Avoid poorly ventilated locations. This machine generates a slight amount of ozone during normal use. Although sensitivity to ozone may vary, this amount is not harmful. Ozone may be more noticeable during extended use or long production runs, especially in poorly ventilated rooms.
  • Page 36: Select A Safe Power Supply

    ■ Avoid locations where a considerable amount of dust accumulates. ■ Avoid locations near volatile or flammable materials, such as alcohol or paint thinner. ■ Avoid installing the machine near computers or other precision electronic equipment. Electrical interference and vibrations generated by the machine during printing can adversely affect the operation of such equipment.
  • Page 37: Provide Adequate Installation Space

    Provide Adequate Installation Space ■ Provide enough space on each side of the machine for unrestricted operation. The optional Finisher-U2 and Document Tray-J1 are attached. 100 mm or more 1,249 mm 1,198 mm 1,247 mm * * The width is 1,018 mm when no options are attached, or 1,247 mm when the optional Document Tray-J1 is attached.
  • Page 38: Moving The Machine

    ■ If you intend to move the machine, even to a location on the same floor of your building, contact your local authorized Canon dealer beforehand. ■ The machine is heavy, and requires two or more people to lift it. Therefore, do not attempt to move it by yourself.
  • Page 39: Handling Precautions

    OFF, disconnect the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your local authorized Canon dealer. Using the machine in this state may cause a fire or electrical shock. Also, avoid placing objects around the power plug so that the machine can be disconnected whenever necessary.
  • Page 40 ■ Do not use flammable sprays, such as spray glue near the machine. There is a danger of ignition. ■ For safety reasons, turn OFF the control panel power switch of the machine when it will not be used for a long period of time, such as overnight.
  • Page 41: Parts And Their Functions

    For more information on the optional equipment, parts and their functions, see Chapter 5, “Optional Equipment.” External View The imageRUNNER 2320 with the optional The imageRUNNER 2318 with the optional feeder Inner 2 Way Tray-E2, Cassette Feeding (DADF-P2), Finisher-U2, Additional Finisher...
  • Page 42 a Stack Bypass e Main Power Switch Use the stack bypass to feed paper manually, Press to the “I” side to turn ON the machine. and for loading nonstandard paper stock, such as (See “Main Power and Control Panel Power,” on envelopes.
  • Page 43: Internal View

    Internal View The imageRUNNER 2318 with the optional feeder (DADF-P2), Inner 2 Way Tray-E2, Duplex Unit-A1, Cassette Feeding Module-J1, and Cassette Feeding Module-K1 attached. a Scanning Area f Drum Unit Originals placed in the feeder are scanned here. When the drum unit is full of waste toner, replace it with a new one.
  • Page 44: Control Panel

    Control Panel (Start) key Press to switch the machine to the Copy mode. Press to start an operation. (Clear) key Press to enable the Network Scan function. (See Press to clear entered values or characters. the Network ScanGear Guide.) (ID) key c LCD display Press to log in to/out of the machine when the Displays messages, prompts, text, settings,...
  • Page 45 ■ Control Panel Continued (Density) key (Frame Erase) key Press to darken or lighten the density of the Press to set the Frame Erase mode. For more documents you want to copy. information, see Chapter 2, “Advanced Operations,” in the Copying Guide. (Image Quality) key (2-Page Separation) key Press to select the image quality best suited to...
  • Page 46: Main Power And Control Panel Power

    OFF while the machine is ON. For more information about the Sleep mode, see “Auto Sleep Time,” on p. 3-30. For more information on the Cassette Heater Unit-30, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. 1-14...
  • Page 47 The screen on the left is displayed until the machine is ready to scan. The screen on the left is displayed when the Start to copy machine is ready to scan. 100% Auto IMPORTANT Density: Auto If you turn OFF the main power, wait at ImgQual.: Text least 10 seconds before turning the main power back ON.
  • Page 48: Control Panel Power Switch

    Control Panel Power Switch To turn the control panel ON or OFF, press the control panel power switch. When the control panel is turned OFF, the machine is in the Sleep mode. Control Panel Power Switch Machine Status Standby mode (Ready for immediate copying or printing) Sleep mode NOTE...
  • Page 49: Using The Menus And Control Panel Keys

    Using the Menus and Control Panel Keys This section provides a brief overview on how to use the control panel keys to open menus and make selections. Standby Display The illustrations below are examples of the Standby display for the Copy and Network Scan modes.
  • Page 50: Using The Menus

    Using the Menus The machine employs a menu system that you can use to register important information or set up important features. Follow the procedure below to display and operate these menus. IMPORTANT By default, the machine automatically returns to the Standby display if you do not press a key or operate the machine for two minutes.
  • Page 51: System Settings

    System Settings It is necessary to set up the machine before using it on a network, as a printer. For instructions on setting up the machine, see the following guides or section: ■ Connecting the Machine to a Computer or Network See the User's Guide.
  • Page 52 1-20 System Settings...
  • Page 53: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations CHAPTER This chapter describes the main features and basic operations of the machine. What This Machine Can Do ..........2-2 Entering Characters .
  • Page 54: What This Machine Can Do

    All the elements you will ever need in a digital multitasking machine. The imageRUNNER 2320/2318 incorporates a rich array of input and output features that can greatly enhance your efficiency. Equipped with features that meet the needs of document work in a digitized office, the imageRUNNER 2320/2318 represents the ultimate in digital multitasking machines.
  • Page 55: Network Interface

    Network Interface With the optional Network Kit, the Device Information imageRUNNER 2320/2318 can be connected to a network using Ethernet. Connecting to a network enables you to use the Remote UI. For instructions on setting up the network connection, see the Network Guide.
  • Page 56: Energy Conservation

    Versatile Configurations The Additional Functions menu enables you to make common settings related to many functions of the machine, as well as customize specific functions to suit your needs. (See Chapter 3, “Useful Functions and Settings.”) You can access the menu by pressing (Additional Functions).
  • Page 57: System Monitor

    System Monitor The System Monitor screen enables you to check the status of the machine, and cancel Job List copy and print jobs. Status 100X99 Printing 0X 0 Waiting For instructions on checking the status of copy, 0X 0 Waiting and print jobs, see “Checking Job Status and 0X 0 Waiting Log,”...
  • Page 58: Entering Characters

    Number Enables you to enter numbers. Entering Alphanumeric Characters Example: Entering <Canon> as the device name. NOTE The procedure below uses the Device Name screen as an example of entering characters. For instructions on entering the device name, see “Device Information Settings,”...
  • Page 59 To select the desired entry mode Device Name (‘A’ in this case), press (Tone), or use [ ] or [ ] to select <Entry Mode:> ➞ press [OK]. Entry Mode: A The entry mode changes every time you press (Tone) in either of the following orders: - ‘A’...
  • Page 60 Press the appropriate numeric keys containing the characters that you want to enter. Each key contains a group of upper and/or lower case letters, and available characters depend on the selected entry mode. For example, contains the letters <ABCabc> when the entry mode is ‘Aa’. To enter a symbol, select ‘A’, ‘a’, or ‘Aa’ as the entry mode and press Characters Available in Each Entry Mode ‘A’...
  • Page 61 Press [ ] to move the cursor to the right ➞ press until a lowercase <o> appears. ❑ Press [ ] to move the cursor to the right ➞ press until a lowercase <n> appears. <Canon> is displayed. Device Name Canon Entry Mode: a NOTE •...
  • Page 62: Entering The Department Id And Password

    Entering the Department ID and Password If Department ID Management has been set, the Department ID (and password) must be entered before operating the machine. NOTE For instructions on setting the Department ID and password, see “Department ID Management,” on p. 4-8. Enter your Department ID (up to Dept.
  • Page 63 Press (ID). The Standby display appears. NOTE If the Department ID or password that you enter is incorrect, the message <Unregistered number. Enter number again.> appears on the LCD display. In this case, repeat this procedure from step 1. When your operations are complete, press (ID) to log out.
  • Page 64: Entering A User Id And Password

    Entering a User ID and Password If User ID Management in System Settings (from the Additional Functions menu) is set to ‘On’, and User IDs and passwords are registered in the machine, you must enter a User ID and password before using the machine. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 65 Use [ ] or [ ] to select Enter User ID/Pass <Password:> ➞ press [OK]. ID Key after Input When done press ID key User ID:User01 Password: Enter the user password using Password (numeric keys) ➞ use [ 123456 ] to select <Set> ➞ press or [ [OK].
  • Page 66: Placing Originals

    Placing Originals Place your originals on the platen glass or into the feeder, depending on the size and type of the original, and the copy modes you want to use. ■ Platen Glass Place your originals on the platen glass when copying bound originals (such as books and magazines), heavy or lightweight originals, and transparencies.
  • Page 67 Feeder (View from Above) Place the Place the original original face face up. Vertical Placement Horizontal Placement NOTE • If the top edge of the original is not aligned with the back edge of the platen glass (by the arrow in the top left corner), your original may not be scanned correctly, depending on the copy mode you have set.
  • Page 68: Platen Glass

    Platen Glass You should use the platen glass when copying bound originals (such as books and magazines), heavy or lightweight originals, and transparencies. (See Chapter 1, “Basic Operations,” in the Copying Guide.) When copying ID cards using the ID Card Copy function, you must use the platen glass. (See Chapter 2, “Advanced Operations,”...
  • Page 69 NOTE When you are enlarging an A4 or A5 original onto A3 paper, place the original horizontally on the platen glass, and align it with the A4R or A5R marks. Gently close the feeder/platen cover. CAUTION • Close the feeder/platen cover gently to avoid catching your hands, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 70: Feeder (dadf-p2) (optional)

    Feeder (DADF-P2) (Optional) You should use the feeder when you want to copy several originals at a time. With the feeder, the machine automatically feeds the originals to the scanning area and scans them. If you are copying in the 2-Sided mode, two-sided originals can also be automatically turned over and scanned as two-sided documents.
  • Page 71 Adjust the slide guides to fit the size of your originals. Neatly place your originals with the side to be copied face up into the original supply tray. Place your originals as far into the feeder as they will go. Original Output Area IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 72: Basic Copying

    Basic Copying This section describes the flow of basic copy operations. NOTE • For instructions on turning ON the machine, see “Main Power and Control Panel Power,” on p. 1-14. • For instructions on routine maintenance, see Chapter 6, “Routine Maintenance.” •...
  • Page 73 ● If the message <Enter User ID/Pass> appears: ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <User ID:> ➞ Enter User ID/Pass press [OK]. ID Key after Input When done press ID key User ID: Password: ❑ Enter your User ID using User ID (numeric keys) ➞...
  • Page 74 Press The Standby display appears for the Copy Start to copy function. 100% Auto Density: Auto ImgQual.: Text 2-Sided: Off Place your originals. NOTE For help, see “Placing Originals,” on p. 2-14. Specify the desired copy settings. Start to copy NOTE 100% Auto For more information on specifying copy...
  • Page 75 Press (Start). ● If the original is placed in the optional feeder: Copying starts. ❑ Proceed to step 7. You cannot change copy mode settings, such as the copy quantity, paper size, and copy ratio, while the machine is copying. •...
  • Page 76 NOTE • You will not be asked for the size of the original in the following cases: - The paper size set for a specific paper source has been selected manually. (See Chapter 1, “Basic Operations,” in the Copying Guide.) - The Image Combination function is set.
  • Page 77: Feeding Paper Using The Stack Bypass

    NOTE • Envelopes may become creased in the printing process. • For high-quality printouts, use paper recommended by Canon. • For more information on paper types that can be used with this machine, see “Available Paper Stock,” on p. 8-17.
  • Page 78 ■ Standard Size You can select ISO paper sizes (such as A4 and B5) or North American paper sizes (such as LTR and LGL). ■ Free Size You can load nonstandard paper sizes ranged from 95 mm × 148 mm to 297 mm ×...
  • Page 79 Adjust the slide guides to match the size of the paper. Slide Guides If you are feeding large size paper, pull out the auxiliary tray, and extend the tray extension. Tray Extension Auxiliary Tray Load the paper into the stack bypass.
  • Page 80 When you use the stack bypass to make copies, straighten out curled paper prior to use. Curled paper may cause a paper jam. Feeding Direction If there is difficulty in straightening out curled paper, curl the front edges of the paper upward.
  • Page 81 ● If you are loading envelopes into the stack bypass: ❑ Take five envelopes, loosen them as shown, and then stack them together. Repeat this step five times for each set of five envelopes. ❑ Place the envelopes on a clean, level surface, and press all the way around the envelopes by hand, in the direction of the arrows, to remove any curls.
  • Page 82 ❑ Load the envelopes, as illustrated on the left. IMPORTANT • The stack bypass can hold 10 envelopes at a time. • Do not print on the back side of the envelopes (the side with the flap). Feeding Direction • Envelopes may become creased in the printing process.
  • Page 83 ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <X:> ➞ press Custom Size [OK]. X: 148 mm 95 mm ❑ Enter the horizontal size of the paper using [ ] or [ ], or (numeric keys) ➞ press [OK]. 148 mm The horizontal size can be set from 148 mm to 432 mm.
  • Page 84 Use [ ] or [ ] to select the Paper Type desired paper type ➞ press [OK]. Plain If you have selected COM10 (#10), Monarch, Recycled DL, ISO-C5, or ISO-B5 for the envelope type, Color the screen on the left will not appear. Proceed to step 7.
  • Page 85: Basic Printing

    Basic Printing This section describes the flow of basic printing operations. NOTE • For instructions on turning ON the machine, see “Main Power and Control Panel Power,” on p. 1-14. • To print from a computer, you must set the machine configurations, and install the printer driver in the computer.
  • Page 86: Basic Remote Scanning

    Basic Remote Scanning Remote Scanning is a scanning method in which scans are loaded to a TWAIN-compliant application (such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, and Microsoft Word/Excel/PowerPoint 2000 or later) on your computer desktop. This section describes the flow of basic remote scanning operations. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 87 Press The Standby display appears for the Scan Scan function. Ready to scan. (Online) Place your originals. NOTE For help, see “Placing Originals,” on p. 2-14. If you are scanning for the first time after the driver installation, select the Color Network ScanGear as the scanner to be used. Open a TWAIN-compliant application on your computer desktop.
  • Page 88 Click [Scan]. Scanning starts. When scanning is complete, the Color Network ScanGear Main Window closes, and the scanned image is transferred to the application. IMPORTANT • After clicking [Scan], do not perform any operation in the Color Network ScanGear Main Window until the dialog box showing the scanning progress appears.
  • Page 89: Checking Job Status And Log

    Checking Job Status and Log When you press the System Monitor key, the System Monitor screen appears. You can check the status and log of copy and print jobs from this display. NOTE You can also check the device status for the machine maintenance, and the network information from the System Monitor screen.
  • Page 90 Use [ ] or [ ] to select the job Status whose status or log you want to 100X99 Printing view ➞ press [OK]. 0X 0 Waiting If there is only one job, just press [OK]. 0X 0 Waiting The Job Status Details or Job Log Details 0X 0 Waiting screen appears.
  • Page 91: Canceling A Job

    Canceling a Job There are several ways to cancel a job. This section describes how to cancel a job using the Stop key and using the System Monitor screen. NOTE Several copies/prints may be output even after you canceled a job. Using the Stop Key You can cancel a copy, print, or remote scan job using the Stop key.
  • Page 92: Using The System Monitor Screen

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Cancel> Job Status Details ➞ press [OK]. Cancel The Cancel screen appears. Status: Paused Dept. ID: 0000001 Type: Copy ] to select <Yes> ➞ Use [ ] or [ Cancel? press [OK]. The job is canceled.
  • Page 93 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Status> Copy Status/Log ➞ press [OK]. Status The Status screen appears. Use [ ] or [ ] to select the job Status you want to cancel ➞ press [OK]. 100X99 Printing If there is only one job, just press [OK]. 0X 0 Waiting The Job Status Details screen appears.
  • Page 94 ] to select <Yes> ➞ Use [ ] or [ Cancel? press [OK]. If you do not want to cancel the job, select <No> to return to the previous display. The selected job is canceled. Repeat steps 4 and 6 to cancel another job. NOTE •...
  • Page 95 Useful Functions and Settings CHAPTER This chapter explains how to change the machine’s Common Settings and Timer Settings, customize them to suit your needs, and how to print reports. What Are Additional Functions? ..........3-2 Tone Settings .
  • Page 96: What Are Additional Functions

    What Are Additional Functions? When you press (Additional Functions), the Additional Functions menu appears. The Additional Functions menu enables you to change and customize the machine's various settings. When these settings are changed or specified, they are saved as the default settings and continue to apply until they are changed again. The following settings are available for change: •...
  • Page 97: Tone Settings

    Tone Settings You can set whether or not to sound audible tones. The settings for the following tones are available: • Entry Tone: sounds when a key is pressed on the control panel. • Error Tone: sounds when a malfunction occurs (e.g., a paper jam or operational error).
  • Page 98 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off>, Print Done Tone <On>, or <For Error Only> for the tone you are setting ➞ press [OK]. NOTE For Error Only <For Error Only> is selectable only for the Scan Done Tone and Print Done Tone settings.
  • Page 99: Specifying Common Settings

    Specifying Common Settings You can specify the settings that are common to the Copy and Printer functions. NOTE The Common Settings menu consists of several items. Use [ ] or [ ] to scroll to the items you want to set. Initial Function at Power ON You can specify the screen that is displayed when you turn ON the main power, or after the Auto Clear mode initiates.
  • Page 100: Adjusting The Lcd Display Contrast

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Copy>, Initial Function or <Scan> ➞ press [OK]. Copy Select <Copy> to set the machine to the Scan Copy function when the power is turned ON. Select <Scan> to set the machine to the Network Scan function when the power is turned ON.
  • Page 101: Inverting The Lcd Display Colors

    Use [ ] or [ ] to adjust the Contrast contrast from light (-) to dark (+) ➞ press [OK]. The selected mode is set. Press (Reset) to return to the Standby display. Inverting the LCD Display Colors The Invert Screen Colors setting enables you to reverse the light and dark areas on the LCD display.
  • Page 102: Default Display After Auto Clear

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off> or Invert Screen Colors <On> ➞ press [OK]. The selected mode is set. Press (Reset) to return to the Standby display. Default Display after Auto Clear You can set whether the screen specified as the Initial Function is displayed after the Auto Clear mode initiates.
  • Page 103: Setting The Toner Save Mode

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Initial Auto Clear Setting Function> or <Selected Function> Initial Function ➞ press [OK]. Selected Function Details of each option are as follows: <Initial Function> The function specified as the initial function is displayed after the Auto Clear mode initiates.
  • Page 104: Adjusting The Print Density

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Toner Common Settings Save Mode> ➞ press [OK]. Contrast The Toner Save Mode menu appears. Invert Screen Colors Auto Clear Setting Toner Save Mode Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off>, Toner Save Mode <Low>, or <High>...
  • Page 105: Auto Paper Selection/auto Drawer Switching

    Use [ ] or [ ] to adjust the Printer Density density from light (-) to dark (+) ➞ press [OK]. The selected mode is set. Press (Reset) to return to the Standby display. Auto Paper Selection/Auto Drawer Switching The machine’s Automatic Paper Selection (APS) and Automatic Drawer Switching (ADS) functions enable you to specify which paper source(s) can be used for a specific purpose.
  • Page 106 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Copy>, Auto Drawer Select <Printer>, or <Other> ➞ press Copy [OK]. Printer NOTE Other <Other> is used for specifying the paper source for printing the User’s Data List. Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Stack Copy Bypass>...
  • Page 107: Identifying The Type Of Paper In A Paper Source

    Identifying the Type of Paper in a Paper Source This setting enables you to specify the paper type loaded in each paper drawer. IMPORTANT • Be sure to set the paper type correctly. If the type of paper is not set correctly, the setting could adversely affect the quality of the image.
  • Page 108 Use [ ] or [ ] to select the Register Paper Type desired paper source from Drawer 1 <Drawer 1>, <Drawer 2>, Drawer 2 <Drawer 3>, and <Drawer 4> ➞ Drawer 3 press [OK]. Drawer 4 The number of available paper sources may vary depending on the machine configurations.
  • Page 109: Output Tray Designation

    Output Tray Designation You can designate the machine’s output trays to be used for specific functions. The output trays are indicated by Tray A and Tray B. Options Attached Functions Tray A and B Tray A: Copy, Printer, and Other* Finisher-U2 and Additional Finisher Tray-C1 Tray B: Copy, Printer, and...
  • Page 110 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Tray Common Settings Designation> ➞ press [OK]. Printer Density The Tray Designation menu appears. Auto Drawer Select Register Paper Type Tray Designation Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Tray A> Tray Designation or <Tray B>...
  • Page 111: Standard Paper For The Stack Bypass

    Standard Paper for the Stack Bypass You can set the paper size and type that the stack bypass uses beforehand. This setting is useful if you always load the same paper size and type into the stack bypass. IMPORTANT When printing on special types of paper, such as heavyweight paper or transparencies, make sure to correctly set the paper type, especially if you are using heavyweight paper.
  • Page 112 Select the desired paper size. ● If you want to select a standard paper size or envelope type: ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select the desired paper Paper Size(A/B) size or envelope type ➞ press [OK]. ● If you want to select a nonstandard paper size: ❑...
  • Page 113 ❑ Enter the vertical size of the paper using (numeric keys) ➞ [ ] or [ ], or press [OK]. The vertical size can be set from 95 mm to 95 mm 297 mm. (95-297) ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Set> ➞ press Custom Size [OK].
  • Page 114: Setting The Speed Or Print Side Priority

    Setting the Speed or Print Side Priority You can set whether the printing speed is the priority for your job, or whether to print on a specific side of the paper. This setting is useful when you want to make one- or two-sided prints on preprinted paper (paper which has logos or patterns already printed on it) without changing the orientation of the paper loaded in a paper source.
  • Page 115 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Speed Stack Bypass Priority> or <Print Side> ➞ press Speed Priority [OK]. Print Side Details of each item are as follows: <Speed Priority> When you feed one- or two-sided prints into the machine, the method for delivering paper inside the machine changes, which affects the printing speed.
  • Page 116: Changing The Language On The Lcd Display

    Changing the Language on the LCD Display You can select the language displayed on the LCD display. (Additional Functions) ➞ use [ Press ] or [ ] to select <Common Settings> ➞ press [OK]. For help, see the screen shots in step 2 of “Initial Function at Power ON,” on p. 3-5. The Common Settings menu appears.
  • Page 117: Displaying A Feeder Error Message Prompt

    Displaying a Feeder Error Message Prompt If the feeder is not clean, the machine may scan and print dust and grime on the output. You can use this mode to prompt you to clean the scanning area when the machine detects streaks or stains. NOTE •...
  • Page 118: Data Compression Ratio For Remote Scans

    Data Compression Ratio for Remote Scans You can set the compression ratio for network scanning. A high compression ratio reduces the amount of memory used for scanning the document, but results in a lower image quality. Conversely, a low compression ratio increases the amount of memory used for scanning the document, but results in a higher image quality.
  • Page 119 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <High Remote Scan Compress Ratio>, <Normal>, or <Low Ratio> High Ratio ➞ press [OK]. Normal Low Ratio Details of each item are as follows: <High Ratio> A small amount of memory is used for scanning the document, but the images have a lower image quality.
  • Page 120: Setting The Gamma Value For Remote Scans

    Setting the Gamma Value for Remote Scans You can set the gamma value that is used for scanning color documents into your computer through the Network Scan function. Select a gamma value that is most suited to your computer settings so that you can print the document from your computer with the optimal density.
  • Page 121: Switching Between Inch And Millimeter

    Switching between Inch and Millimeter You can select either inch or millimeter for the unit of measurement. NOTE The default setting is ‘mm’. (Additional Functions) ➞ use [ Press ] or [ ] to select <Common Settings> ➞ press [OK]. For help, see the screen shots in step 2 of “Initial Function at Power ON,”...
  • Page 122: Selecting The Paper Size Group

    Selecting the Paper Size Group The Paper Size Group setting determines which paper size options are available for the machine. You can select from three different paper size groups: <AB>, <inch>, and <A>. NOTE The default setting is ‘A’. (Additional Functions) ➞ use [ Press ] or [ ] to select...
  • Page 123: Returning The Common Settings To Their Defaults

    Returning the Common Settings to Their Defaults You can restore all of the Common Settings to their default (initial settings). NOTE If you change the Display Language, and then set to return the Common Settings to their default settings, the language shown on the LCD display does not change. (See “Changing the Language on the LCD Display,”...
  • Page 124: Timer Settings

    Timer Settings The machine is equipped with two types of automatic functions that are controlled by the internal timer system: Auto Sleep Time and Auto Clear Time. Auto Sleep Time If the machine remains idle for a certain period of time (after the last print job or key operation is performed), the control panel power switch automatically switches OFF to save power.
  • Page 125: Auto Clear Time

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Auto Timer Settings Sleep Time> ➞ press [OK]. Auto Sleep Time The Auto Sleep Time menu appears. Auto Clear Time Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off> or Auto Sleep Time <On>...
  • Page 126 (Additional Functions) ➞ use [ Press ] or [ ] to select <Timer Settings> ➞ press [OK]. For help, see the screen shots in step 2 of “Auto Sleep Time,” on p. 3-30. The Timer Settings menu appears. Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Auto Timer Settings...
  • Page 127: Adjusting The Machine

    Adjusting the Machine This section describes how you can adjust the settings of the machine to improve print quality and to prevent paper jams, which may occur when a variety of functions are used. It is recommended that you perform these settings regularly to prevent a number of problems from occurring.
  • Page 128: Improving Print Quality And Density

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off> or Bond Sp. Processing <On> ➞ press [OK]. Details of each item are as follows: <Off> Disables the fixing mode for bond paper. <On> Enables the fixing mode for bond paper. The selected mode is set.
  • Page 129: Preventing Paper Curl Or Jams Caused By A High-humidity Environment

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Low>, Special Mode M <Standard>, or <High> ➞ press [OK]. Standard Details of each item are as follows: High <Low> The transcription output is low. <Standard> The transcription output is moderate. <High> The transcription output is high.
  • Page 130: Preventing Paper Jams When Printing On The Back Side Of Printed Paper

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Special Adjustment/Cleaning Mode N> ➞ press [OK]. Feeder Cleaning The Special Mode N menu appears. Bond Sp. Processing Special Mode M Special Mode N Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off> or Special Mode N <On>...
  • Page 131 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Special Adjustment/Cleaning Mode O> ➞ press [OK]. Bond Sp. Processing The Special Mode O menu appears. Special Mode M Special Mode N Special Mode O Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Stack Special Mode O Bypass>...
  • Page 132: Preventing Paper Curl Due To Paper Type

    Preventing Paper Curl Due to Paper Type You can take advantage of Special Mode P when using paper that curls easily, such as lightweight paper or recycled paper; Special Mode P prevents such types of paper from curling. NOTE • If both the Special Mode N and Special Mode P settings are enabled, Special Mode N has priority.
  • Page 133: Reducing Wait Time For The Next Job

    Reducing Wait Time for the Next Job When you continue to make copies after copying on paper such as A4R, A5, or A5R, the machine may take a long time to resume printing. Use Special Mode S to reduce the wait time for your next job. NOTE •...
  • Page 134: Adjusting Output Speed In The Rotate + Collate Mode

    Adjusting Output Speed in the Rotate + Collate Mode Printing with the Rotate + Collate mode involves two different paper sources, and a certain wait time is required to switch them. You can make this wait time shorter or longer by selecting whether to give priority to the speed or image quality. NOTE •...
  • Page 135: Feeder Smudge Adjustment

    Press (Reset) to return to the Standby display. Feeder Smudge Adjustment If the feeder is dirty, dots or lines may appear on copies or prints. The Dirty Feeder Adjustment mode prevents dirt and grime in the feeder from appearing on your prints and copies.
  • Page 136: Printing The User's Data List

    Printing the User’s Data List The User’s Data List enables you to check the current settings of the machine. Press (Additional Functions). The Additional Functions menu appears. Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Report Additional Functions Settings> ➞ press [OK]. Printer Settings The Print List menu appears.
  • Page 137 ] to select <Yes> ➞ Use [ ] or [ OK to Print? press [OK]. The User’s Data List is printed. 3-43 Printing the User’s Data List...
  • Page 138 3-44 Printing the User’s Data List...
  • Page 139 System Manager Settings CHAPTER This chapter describes settings that can be made by the person in charge of the machine’s operation, such as the System Manager. Specifying the System Manager Settings ........4-2 Setting System Manager ID and System Password.
  • Page 140: Specifying The System Manager Settings

    Specifying the System Manager Settings You can set an ID and a password for the System Manager. Once the System Manager ID and System Password are set, only the System Manager can access and change the System Settings. The System Manager Settings can be set from the Additional Functions menu. (See “What Are Additional Functions?,”...
  • Page 141 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <System System Settings Manager Set.> ➞ press [OK]. System Manager Set. The System Manager Set. menu appears. Device Info Settings Dept. ID Management User ID Management Use [ ] or [ ] to select <System System Manager Set.
  • Page 142: Setting The System Manager's Name

    If the screen on the left appears, Password (Confirm) enter the System Password again to confirm ➞ press [OK]. The System Password is stored, and the screen returns to the System Manager Set. menu. NOTE If you have entered a number different from the one set in step 6, you must set the password over again.
  • Page 143 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <System System Manager Set. Manager> ➞ press [OK]. System Manager ID The System Manager menu appears. System Manager Enter the System Manager’s name System Manager (up to 32 characters) using Administrator (numeric keys) ➞ use [ ] or [ to select <Set>...
  • Page 144: Device Information Settings

    Device Information Settings Device Information enables you to set a name for the machine, and enter information regarding its location. Press (Additional Functions). The Additional Functions menu appears. Use [ ] or [ ] to select <System Additional Functions Settings> ➞ press [OK]. Timer Settings If the System Manager ID and System Adjustment/Cleaning...
  • Page 145 Enter the name of the machine (up Device Name to 32 characters) using (numeric keys) ➞ use [ ] or [ to select <Set> ➞ press [OK]. Entry Mode: A NOTE For instructions on entering characters, see “Entering Characters,” on p. 2-6. Use [ ] or [ ] to select...
  • Page 146: Department Id Management

    Department ID Management You can register a Department ID and password for each department, and manage the machine by limiting its use to only those who enter the correct Department ID and password. This feature is called Department ID Management. Department IDs and passwords for up to 100 departments can be registered.
  • Page 147: Setting Department Id Management

    Setting Department ID Management Follow the procedure below to enable Department ID Management. Press (Additional Functions). The Additional Functions menu appears. Use [ ] or [ ] to select <System Additional Functions Settings> ➞ press [OK]. Timer Settings If the System Manager ID and System Adjustment/Cleaning Password have already been set, enter the Report Settings...
  • Page 148: Registering The Department Id, Password, And

    Registering the Department ID, Password, and Page Limit You can register the Department ID and password after setting Department ID Management to ‘On’. For instructions on setting Department ID Management to ‘On’, see “Setting Department ID Management,” on p. 4-9. Registering the Department ID and password enables you to set copy, scan, and print page limits.
  • Page 149 Use [ ] or [ ] to select the Reg./Edit Dept. ID number to which the department 0001: 0000001 will be designated ➞ press [OK]. 0002: 0000002 0003: ------- 0004: ------- Enter a Department ID (up to Department ID seven digits) using (numeric keys) ➞...
  • Page 150 If the screen on the left appears, Password (Confirm) enter the password again to confirm ➞ press [OK]. The password is set, and the screen returns to the Register Dept. ID menu. NOTE If you have entered a number different from the one you set in step 7, you must set the password over again.
  • Page 151 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Limit Edit 0001 Settings> ➞ press [OK]. Department ID Password Limit Settings Erase Select the desired function. ● If you want to set a restriction for the total number of prints and copies: ❑...
  • Page 152 ● If you want to set a page limit restriction for copying: ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Copy Limit> ➞ Limit Settings press [OK]. Total Print Limit Copy Limit Black Scan Limit Color Scan Limit ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <On>...
  • Page 153 ❑ Enter the maximum number (up to six Page Limits digits) of pages that can be scanned by the registered Department ID using (numeric keys) ➞ press [OK]. 1000 The Black Scan Limit is set. (1-999999) ● If you want to set a page limit restriction for color scanning: ❑...
  • Page 154 ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <On> ➞ press Print Limit [OK]. If you do not want to set a page limit restriction for prints, select <Off>. ❑ Enter the maximum number (up to six Page Limits digits) of pages that can be printed by the registered Department ID using (numeric keys) ➞...
  • Page 155: Changing Or Erasing The Department Id, Password And

    Changing or Erasing the Department ID, Password and Page Limit You can make changes to the Department IDs, passwords, and Limit Settings that are already registered. You can also erase a registered Department ID if it is no longer needed. (Additional Functions) ➞...
  • Page 156 Use [ ] or [ ] to select the Reg./Edit Dept. ID Department whose ID, password, 0001: 0000001 and page limit you want to change 0002: 0000002 ➞ press [OK]. 0003: 0000003 0004: ------- NOTE Press and hold down [ ] or [ ] to quickly and continuously scroll through the registered Department IDs.
  • Page 157 ● If you want to change the password: ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Password> ➞ Edit 0001 press [OK]. Department ID Password Limit Settings Erase ❑ Press (Clear) to clear the current Password password. (Blank: No Settings) ❑...
  • Page 158: Checking Counter Information

    ● If you want to erase the registered department: ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Erase> ➞ press Edit 0001 [OK]. Department ID Password Limit Settings Erase ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Yes> ➞ press [OK].
  • Page 159 ] to select <On> ➞ Use [ ] or [ Dept. ID Management press [OK]. Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Page Dept. ID Management Totals> ➞ press [OK]. Reg./Edit Dept. ID The Page Totals menu appears. Page Totals Allow Unkn.
  • Page 160 Select the desired function. ● If you want to view the counter information for prints and copies: ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Total Prints> ➞ Dept. ID:0000001 press [OK]. Total Prints ❑ Check the counter information. Copy NOTE Black Scan...
  • Page 161: Printing Counter Information

    ● If you want to view the counter information for prints: ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Print> ➞ press Dept. ID:0000001 [OK]. Copy ❑ Check the counter information. Black Scan ❑ If you want to view other counter information, press [OK] ➞...
  • Page 162 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Page Dept. ID Management Totals> ➞ press [OK]. Reg./Edit Dept. ID The Page Totals menu appears. Page Totals Allow Unkn. ID Print Allow Unkn. ID Scan Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Print Page Totals List>...
  • Page 163: Clearing Page Totals

    Clearing Page Totals You can clear the page totals for all departments. (Additional Functions) ➞ use [ Press ] or [ ] to select <System Settings> ➞ press [OK]. For help, see the screen shots in step 2 of “Setting Department ID Management,” on p.
  • Page 164: Accepting Print Jobs With Unknown Ids

    Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Clear All Page Totals Totals> ➞ press [OK]. View Page Totals Clear All Totals Print List Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Yes>. Clear Count? If you want to quit, select <No>. The page totals are cleared.
  • Page 165 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Dept. ID System Settings Management> ➞ press [OK]. System Manager Set. The Dept. ID Management menu appears. Device Info Settings Dept. ID Management User ID Management ] to select <On> ➞ Use [ ] or [ Dept.
  • Page 166: Accepting Scan Jobs With Unknown Ids

    Accepting Scan Jobs with Unknown IDs You can specify whether to accept or reject scan jobs from computers that do not correspond to any registered Department ID. NOTE The default setting is ‘On’. (Additional Functions) ➞ use [ Press ] or [ ] to select <System Settings>...
  • Page 167 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off> or Allow Unkn. ID Scan <On> ➞ press [OK]. Details of each item are as follows: <Off> The machine does not accept remote scan jobs from computers that do not correspond with a registered Department ID.
  • Page 168: User Id Management

    User ID Management If the network connection is available, you can manage the machine using user IDs. User ID Management enables you to manage up to 100 User IDs. If User ID Management is set to ‘On’, and User IDs and passwords are registered in the machine, you must enter a User ID and password before using the machine.
  • Page 169 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <User ID System Settings Management> ➞ press [OK]. System Manager Set. The User ID Management menu appears. Device Info Settings Dept. ID Management User ID Management ] to select <On> ➞ Use [ ] or [ User ID Management press [OK].
  • Page 170: Remote Ui

    Remote UI If the network connection is available, you can set whether to enable the Remote UI (User Interface) to operate the machine and change settings via the network. Once the Ethernet interface port is configured properly, the machine can be controlled and set up through the Remote UI.
  • Page 171 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off> or Remote UI On/Off <On> ➞ press [OK]. Details of each item are as follows: <Off> Settings cannot be specified and the machine cannot be operated through the Remote UI. <On> Settings can be specified and the machine can be operated through the Remote UI.
  • Page 172: Displaying The Job Log

    Displaying the Job Log You can set the machine to display the log of copy and print jobs. NOTE The default setting is ‘On’. Press (Additional Functions). The Additional Functions menu appears. Use [ ] or [ ] to select <System Additional Functions Settings>...
  • Page 173 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off> or Job Log Display <On> ➞ press [OK]. Details of each item are as follows: <Off> The Log of copy and print jobs is not displayed on the System Monitor screen. <On>...
  • Page 174: Accepting Jobs Through The Usb Interface Port

    Accepting Jobs through the USB Interface Port The machine can accept jobs through the USB interface. If you want to use the USB interface to print from a computer, turn on the USB interface as described below. NOTE The default setting is ‘On’. Press (Additional Functions).
  • Page 175 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Off> or Use USB Device <On> ➞ press [OK]. Details of each item are as follows: <Off> The machine does not accept jobs through the USB interface. <On> The machine accepts jobs through the USB interface.
  • Page 176 4-38 Accepting Jobs through the USB Interface Port...
  • Page 177: Optional Equipment

    Optional Equipment CHAPTER This chapter describes the uses of optional equipment, and their special functions. System Configuration ........... . 5-2 Optional Equipment .
  • Page 178: System Configuration

    This section provides you with illustrations of all the optional equipment that can be attached to the machine, and shows you examples of different system configurations. For information on the complete range of optional equipment configurations, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Optional Equipment System Configuration...
  • Page 179 a Inner 2 Way Tray-E2 e Finisher-U2 Attaching the Inner 2 Way Tray-E2 enables you The Finisher-U2 is equipped with the following to have two output trays. features: Staple, Offset + Group, and Offset + Collate. b Cassette Feeding Module-J1 f Feeder (DADF-P2) The Cassette Feeding Module-J1 provides an additional paper source for printing jobs.
  • Page 180: Available Combination Of Options

    Available Combination of Options The table below lists the optional equipment for the machine, and describes use purpose and remarks on available combination of options. Optional Equipment Purpose Remarks The Feeder (DADF-P2) and the platen cover cannot be installed together. If only the platen Feeder (DADF-P2) Scanning originals cover is attached, some functions may be...
  • Page 181: Feeder (dadf-p2)

    Feeder (DADF-P2) Originals placed in the feeder are automatically fed sheet by sheet to the scanning area. The feeder also automatically turns over two-sided originals to make one- or two-sided copies. CAUTION Do not insert your fingers into the gaps around the original supply tray, as your fingers may get caught.
  • Page 182: Finisher-u2

    Finisher-U2 The Finisher-U2 is equipped with the following finishing modes: Staple, Offset + Group, and Offset + Collate. (See “Finishing Modes,” on p. 5-7.) If the optional Additional Finisher Tray-C1 is attached to the Finisher-U2, prints can be delivered to two different locations. IMPORTANT The Finisher-U2 cannot be installed with the optional Inner 2 Way Tray-E2.
  • Page 183: Finishing Modes

    Finishing Modes The Finisher-U2 is equipped with the following finishing modes: Staple, Offset + Group, and Offset + Collate. CAUTION • Do not place anything other than output paper in the trays of the finisher, as this may damage the trays.
  • Page 184 • If an original is placed on the platen glass: Copies are stapled here. Copies are stapled here. • If originals are placed in the optional feeder: Copies are stapled here. Copies are stapled here. IMPORTANT • If the Staple mode is set, the output tray moves downward as the stack of paper that is output increases in quantity and thickness.
  • Page 185 • If the message <Out of staples/Replace staple cart.> appears on the LCD display, the machine is out of staples. Prepare a new staple cartridge for replacement. (See “Replacing the Staple Cartridge,” on p. 6-21.) ■ Offset + Group Mode The prints are slightly offset vertically in the output tray as follows with the copies of the same original page grouped together.
  • Page 186: Inner 2 Way Tray-e2

    Inner 2 Way Tray-E2 If you attach the Inner 2 Way Tray-E2 to the machine, prints can be delivered to both the main tray and the Inner 2 Way Tray-E2. IMPORTANT If the optional Finisher-U2 is attached, the Inner 2 Way Tray-E2 cannot be attached. a Main Output Tray (Tray A) b Inner 2 Way Tray (Tray B) Prints are output to this tray.
  • Page 187: Cassette Feeding Module-j1/k1

    Cassette Feeding Module-J1/K1 If you attach the Cassette Feeding Module-J1, you have one additional paper source for print jobs. If you attach the Cassette Feeding Module-K1 to the machine, you have two additional paper sources for print jobs. Each cassette holds up to 250 sheets (80 g/m ) of A4, A4R, A3, or A5 paper.
  • Page 188 5-12 Cassette Feeding Module-J1/K1...
  • Page 189: Routine Maintenance

    Routine Maintenance CHAPTER This chapter describes how to load paper, perform routine cleaning operations, and replace consumables, such as toner and staple cartridges. Paper Drawers ............6-2 Loading Paper .
  • Page 190: Paper Drawers

    Paper Drawers This section describes how to load paper into the paper drawers. NOTE • The following paper sizes can be loaded in Paper Drawers 1, 2, 3, and 4: - A4, A4R, A3, or A5 • Paper Drawer 2 can be added by attaching the optional Cassette Feeding Module-J1 or -K1.
  • Page 191 - Paper on which color images have been copied (Do not copy on the reverse side of this paper either.) - Paper which has been printed on using a thermal transfer printer (Do not print on the reverse side of this paper either.) •...
  • Page 192: Paper Drawer

    NOTE • For high-quality printouts, use paper recommended by Canon. • Before loading paper, always fan the sheets several times, and align the edges to facilitate feeding.
  • Page 193 IMPORTANT • Rolled or curled paper must be straightened out prior to use. • Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the loading limit mark ( at the back of the paper drawer and the corners are below the paper size guide clips. •...
  • Page 194: Adjusting A Paper Drawer To Hold A Different Paper Size

    If you want to change the size of paper in a paper drawer, follow the procedure described below to adjust the paper drawer guides. NOTE Please contact your Canon service representative about the settings for U1, U2, and U3 paper. Pull out the paper drawer, and remove all the loaded paper.
  • Page 195 NOTE Attach the end guide while pressing down the point indicated with ‘A’. Lift up the lock lever on the front slide guide, and slide it backwards or forwards to align it with the groove marked with the desired paper size. Lock Lever Lower the lock lever to lock the front slide guide into place.
  • Page 196 Move the paper size detecting lever on the left side of the paper drawer, so that the arrow points to the paper size being loaded. L TR STMT U2/16K Paper Size Marks 17 LTR U1/8K U3/16K Paper Size Slide IMPORTANT Make sure that the paper size detecting lever is set correctly.
  • Page 197 Change the paper size plate to match the new paper size. Size Plate Gently push the paper drawer back into the machine until it clicks into place in the closed position. CAUTION When returning the paper drawer to its original position, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 198: Replacing The Toner

    Replacing the Toner When there is only a small amount of toner remaining in the machine, the following message blinks on the LCD display. You may continue printing, however, it is highly recommended that you prepare a new toner cartridge before the toner has completely run out.
  • Page 199: Open The Front Cover

    CAUTION • Keep toner out of the reach of small children. If toner is ingested, consult a physician immediately. • Take care not to allow toner to come into contact with your hands or clothing. If toner gets onto your hands or clothing, wash it off immediately with cold water. Washing it off with warm water may set the toner permanently, and make it impossible to remove the toner stains.
  • Page 200 While pressing the unlock tab on Keep unlock tab down the grip, turn the toner cartridge in the direction of the arrow (clockwise). Unlock Tab Pressing the unlock tab, pull out Remove toner the toner cartridge. 6-12 Replacing the Toner...
  • Page 201 Shake the new toner cartridge Shake new toner 5times back and forth (five or six times) to distribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge. WARNING Do not throw used toner cartridges into open flames, as they may ignite the toner remaining inside the cartridge, and result in burns or a fire. IMPORTANT If the toner is not distributed evenly inside the cartridge, the outputs may be printed uneven.
  • Page 202 Make sure that the side of the Insert new toner cartridge with the label is facing up, and push the new toner cartridge into the machine as far as it will go. Support the new toner cartridge with one hand from underneath, while pushing it into the machine with the other hand.
  • Page 203 While pushing in the unlock tab, Turn toner to left turn the toner cartridge in the direction of the arrow (counterclockwise). IMPORTANT Turn the toner cartridge fully until it locks into place. Unlock Tab Close the front cover. Close front cover CAUTION When closing the front cover, be careful not to get your fingers...
  • Page 204: Drum Unit

    Drum Unit When the drum unit is full of waste toner, the message <Waste toner full/Replace the drum> appears on the LCD display. Waste toner full Replace the drum Done You cannot continue printing after the message appeared. Follow the procedure below to replace the drum unit.
  • Page 205 IMPORTANT To avoid damage to the drum unit, always open the left cover wider than 50 mm. Open the front cover. Turn the unlock lever to its horizontal position. While gripping the handle of the drum unit, pull the unit out slightly upward.
  • Page 206 Take the new drum unit out of the package. IMPORTANT Do not remove the protective cover before attaching the drum unit to the machine. Hold the protective cover of the drum unit, and align it with the slots inside the main unit. While holding the protective cover, insert the drum unit.
  • Page 207 Turn the unlock lever to its vertical position. Close the front cover. CAUTION When closing the front cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Place your hand where the hand symbol ( ) is located on the left cover of the main unit, and then gently close the left cover until it...
  • Page 208: Affixing The Counter Label For Service Technician

    Affixing the Counter Label for Service Technician Open the front cover and check the counters located on the right side. Enter the date and counter value in the drum counter label. Affix the counter label on the drum unit. Counter Label Close the front cover.
  • Page 209: Replacing The Staple Cartridge

    NOTE Out of staples We recommend that you order staple Replace staple cart. cartridges from your local authorized Canon dealer before your stock runs out. Density: Auto ImgQual.: Text 2-Sided: Off Open the front cover of the finisher.
  • Page 210: Staple Cartridge

    Press the area indicated by PUSH, and then pull out the empty staple cartridge. Hold the staple case, as shown below, and pull out the staple cartridge. Insert the new staple cartridge. Press the spring-loaded case down until it clicks into place. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 211 Remove the seal holding the staples together, by pulling it straight out, and then down. IMPORTANT Make sure that you pull the seal straight out, and then down. If you pull it out at an angle, it may tear. Gently push the staple case into the finisher, until it is securely in place.
  • Page 212: Routine Cleaning

    Routine Cleaning If the original is not copied clearly, clean the following parts of the machine. For high-quality printouts, we recommend that you clean these parts once or twice a month. • Platen glass • Underside of the feeder/platen cover •...
  • Page 213: Platen Glass And Cover

    Platen Glass and Cover Clean the platen glass and the underside of the feeder/platen cover following the procedure below. WARNING When cleaning the machine, first turn OFF the main power switch and disconnect the power cord. Failure to do so may result in a fire or electrical shock. IMPORTANT If the platen glass or the underside of the feeder/platen cover is dirty, the original may not be scanned clearly.
  • Page 214: Manual Feeder Cleaning

    Manual Feeder Cleaning If your originals have black streaks or appear dirty after copying them using the feeder, this may be caused by pencil writing rubbing off the originals and onto the roller. Perform this feeder cleaning procedure to clean the feeder scanning area, film, and roller.
  • Page 215 Open the inner cover, holding it by its front tab. Clean the rollers (a total of three places) inside the inner cover with a cloth dampened with water. Then wipe the area with a soft, dry cloth. Clean the transparent plastic part of the inner cover with a cloth dampened with water.
  • Page 216 Close the feeder cover. CAUTION When closing the feeder cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Lift the feeder. Clean the feeder scanning area (the left side of the platen glass) and the document feeding roller, with a cloth dampened with water.
  • Page 217: Automatic Feeder Cleaning

    Close the feeder. CAUTION • When closing the feeder, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. • Be aware that the light emitted from the platen glass may be very bright when closing the feeder. Automatic Feeder Cleaning If your originals have black streaks or appear dirty after scanning them through the optional feeder, clean the rollers of the feeder by repeatedly feeding blank sheets of...
  • Page 218: Transcription Roller Cleaning

    Place 5 sheets of blank paper into the feeder. Make sure that you fan the sheets of paper well. Use A4 paper (60 g/m to 80 g/m ] to select <Yes> ➞ Use [ ] or [ Set 5 Sheets in ADF press [OK].
  • Page 219: Drum Cleaning

    Drum Cleaning If print quality decreases, the drum in the main unit may be dirty. If this happens, use the Drum Cleaning function to clean the drum. (Additional Functions) ➞ use [ Press ] or [ ] to select <Adjustment/Cleaning> ➞ press [OK]. For help, see the screen shots in step 2 of “Automatic Feeder Cleaning,”...
  • Page 220 (Additional Functions) ➞ use [ Press ] or [ ] to select <Common Settings> ➞ press [OK] ➞ use [ ] or [ ] to select <Stand. Stack Bypass> ➞ press [OK]. ❑ Use [ ] or [ ] to select <On> ➞ press Stand.
  • Page 221 Use [ ] or [ ] to select <Fixing Adjustment/Cleaning Unit Cleaning> ➞ press [OK]. Clean Trans. Roller The <Start Cleaning?> display appears. Drum Cleaning Fixing Unit Cleaning Feeder Cleaning ] to select <Yes> ➞ Use [ ] or [ Start Cleaning? press [OK].
  • Page 222 Load the cleaning page with the printed side facing up, inserting the white edge into the stack bypass first. Press [OK]. Set cleaning page Cleaning starts. in bypass While the cleaning is in progress, the display on the left appears. When cleaning is complete, the LCD display returns to that on step 5.
  • Page 223 Load the new cleaning page with the printed side facing down, inserting the white edge into the stack bypass first. Repeat step 9. The LCD display returns to that on step 5. ] to select <No> ➞ Use [ ] or [ Start Cleaning? press [OK] to return to the <Additional Functions>...
  • Page 224: Offset Roller Cleaning

    Offset Roller Cleaning When the offset rollers become dirty, the accuracy of paper alignment deteriorates. Perform offset roller cleaning once a month to maintain the accuracy. WARNING When cleaning the machine, first turn OFF the main power switch and disconnect the power cord. Failure to observe these steps may result in a fire or electrical shock.
  • Page 225: Consumables

    Paper Stock In addition to plain paper (A4, A3, and A5), recycled paper, color paper, transparencies (recommended for this machine), labels, and other types of paper stock are available. For more information, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. CAUTION Do not store paper in places exposed to open flames, as this may cause the paper to ignite, resulting in burns or a fire.
  • Page 226: Toner

    Do not store the cartridges in a vertical position. Be careful of counterfeit toners Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon toners in the marketplace. Use of counterfeit toner may result in poor print quality or machine performance. Canon is not responsible for any malfunction, accident or damage caused by the use of counterfeit toner.
  • Page 227: Genuine Supplies

    Canon has developed and manufactured Toner, Parts, and Supplies specifically for use in this machine. For optimal print quality and for optimal machine performance and productivity, we recommend that you use Genuine Canon Toner, Parts, and Supplies. Contact your Canon Authorized Dealer or Service Provider for Genuine Canon Supplies.
  • Page 228 6-40 Consumables...
  • Page 229: Troubleshooting

    Contacting Your Local Authorized Canon Dealer........7-37...
  • Page 230: When Paper Jams Occur Frequently

    When Paper Jams Occur Frequently If paper jams occur frequently, even though there is no apparent problem with the machine, either one of the following two reasons may be the cause. Follow the instructions described below to reduce the frequency of paper jams. ■...
  • Page 231: Clearing Paper Jams

    If you cannot remove the paper, please contact your local authorized Canon dealer. • When removing paper which has become jammed inside the machine, take care not to allow the toner on the jammed paper to come into contact with your hands or clothing, as this will dirty your hands or clothing.
  • Page 232 • The fixing unit and its surroundings inside the machine may become hot during use. When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not touch the fixing unit and its surroundings, as this may result in burns or electrical shock.
  • Page 233: Fixing Unit

    After you have cleared all the paper jams, be sure to return all the levers and covers to their original positions. When all the steps are completed and return all the levers and covers to their original positions, the LCD display returns to the Standby display. If there is any paper that still needs to be removed, another On-Screen Instruction appears on the LCD display.
  • Page 234 Push down the green locking lever. CAUTION The parts located around the exit slot guide and the fixing unit are subject to high temperatures. When removing jammed paper, take care not to touch anything in this area except the lever. Locking Lever Use the green tab to lift up the exit slot cover and remove any jammed paper.
  • Page 235 Remove any jammed paper that is protruding from the lower part of the fixing unit. CAUTION The parts inside the fixing unit are subject to high temperatures. When removing jammed paper, take care not to touch anything in this area, except the upper cover.
  • Page 236: Paper Drawer 1

    Paper Drawer 1 If a paper jam occurs inside paper drawer 1, follow the procedure described below to remove the jammed paper. Press the button on the left cover Press open button of the main unit, and open the left cover.
  • Page 237 Remove any jammed paper. Remove jammed paper Grip the handle, and pull out the Open drawer 1 paper drawer until it stops. Clearing Paper Jams...
  • Page 238 Remove any jammed paper. Remove jammed paper Gently push the paper drawer Close drawer 1 back into the machine until it clicks. CAUTION When returning the paper drawer to its original position, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 239 Close the paper drawer’s left Close drawer 1 L cover cover. CAUTION When closing the paper drawer’s left cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Place your hand where the hand Close the left cover symbol ( ) is located on the left...
  • Page 240: Paper Drawers 2, 3, And 4

    Paper Drawers 2, 3, and 4 If a paper jam occurs inside the optional paper drawers 2, 3, and 4, follow the procedure described below to remove the jammed paper. NOTE • Paper Drawer 2 can be added by attaching the optional Cassette Feeding Module-J1 or -K1.
  • Page 241 Remove any jammed paper. Remove jammed paper Grip the handle, and pull out the Open drawer 2 paper drawer until it stops. 7-13 Clearing Paper Jams...
  • Page 242 Remove any jammed paper. Remove jammed paper Gently push the paper drawer Close drawer 2 back into the machine until it clicks. CAUTION When returning the paper drawer to its original position, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 243 Close the paper drawer’s left Close drawer 2 L cover cover. CAUTION When closing the paper drawer’s left cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. 7-15 Clearing Paper Jams...
  • Page 244: Stack Bypass

    Stack Bypass If a paper jam occurs in the stack bypass, follow the procedure below to remove the jammed paper. Remove all paper from the stack bypass. Remove any jammed paper. Remove Paper from tray If you cannot remove the jammed paper, follow the procedure described in “Fixing Unit,”...
  • Page 245: Duplex Unit-a1 (optional)

    Duplex Unit-A1 (Optional) If a paper jam occurs inside the Duplex Unit-A1, follow the procedure described below to remove the jammed paper. Press the button on the left cover Press open button of the main unit, and open the left cover.
  • Page 246 Remove any jammed paper that is Remove jammed paper protruding from the upper and lower parts of the duplex unit. CAUTION Some parts of the Duplex Unit-A1 are subject to high temperatures. When removing jammed paper, take care not to touch anything in this unit. NOTE When removing the jammed paper from the bottom of the duplex unit, pull the jammed paper obliquely downward.
  • Page 247: Feeder (dadf-p2) (optional)

    Feeder (DADF-P2) (Optional) If a paper jam occurs in the feeder, follow the procedure described below to remove the jammed paper. Open the feeder cover. Open feeder cover Open the inner cover, holding it Open cover in feeder by its front tab. 7-19 Clearing Paper Jams...
  • Page 248 Remove any jammed originals. Remove jammed paper IMPORTANT Do not pull the original forcibly, because it may tear. Turn the feed dial, and remove any jammed originals. 7-20 Clearing Paper Jams...
  • Page 249 Close the inner cover. Close cover in feeder CAUTION When closing the inner cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Close the feeder cover. Close feeder cover If you cannot remove the original, proceed to step 7.
  • Page 250 Lift the feeder, and remove any jammed originals. Close the feeder. Close feeder CAUTION When closing the feeder, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. 7-22 Clearing Paper Jams...
  • Page 251: Finisher-u2 (optional)

    Finisher-U2 (Optional) If a paper jam occurs when using the finisher, follow the procedure described below to remove the jammed paper. If you see any jammed paper near the paper output area, remove it. If the jammed paper was successfully removed, further steps are unnecessary.
  • Page 252 Use the green tab to lift up the upper cover of the fixing unit. Remove any jammed paper that is protruding from the finisher. CAUTION Be careful not to touch the inside of the machine because some parts can get very hot.
  • Page 253: Inner 2 Way Tray-e2 (optional)

    Place your hand where the hand symbol ( ) is located on the left cover of the main unit, and then gently close the left cover until it clicks into place in the closed position. CAUTION When closing the left cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 254 Press the button on the left cover of the main unit, and open the left cover. Push down the green locking lever. CAUTION The parts located around the exit slot guide and the fixing unit are subject to high temperature. When removing jammed paper, take care not to touch anything in this area except the lever.
  • Page 255 Remove any jammed paper. CAUTION Be careful not to touch the inside of the machine because some parts can get very hot. Return the green locking lever to its original position. Place your hand where the hand symbol ( ) is located on the left cover of the main unit, and then gently close the left cover until it clicks into place in the closed...
  • Page 256: Clearing Staple Jams

    Clearing Staple Jams If a staple jam occurs, the following display appears. follow the procedure described below or the On-Screen Instructions to remove the jammed staples. Staple jam When is shown press [ ] to display steps Finisher-U2 (Optional) If the machine does not staple even though you have set the staple mode, staple jams may have occurred in the optional Finisher-U2.
  • Page 257 Lift and pull out the staple case, holding it by its green tab. Push down the tab of the staple case. Remove all of the staples that slide from the staple case. Return the tab of the staple case to its original position. 7-29 Clearing Staple Jams...
  • Page 258 Gently push the staple case into the finisher, until it is securely in place. Close the front cover of the finisher. CAUTION When closing the front cover of the finisher, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 259: List Of Error Messages

    List of Error Messages This section explains the various messages that appear on the LCD display, along with possible causes and remedies. Self-Diagnostic Display If the machine displays a self-diagnostic error message, follow the instructions on the LCD display. Self-diagnostic (error) messages appear on the LCD display in the following cases: •...
  • Page 260 Remove the jammed document. Data error/Repairing data Cause The machine may have trouble. Remedy Contact your local authorized Canon dealer if the problem persists. Document too long Cause The original that you are trying to copy is too long for the feeder. Remedy Scan the original on the platen glass.
  • Page 261 Turn OFF the main power, wait for more than 10 seconds, then turn it ON again. If this does not solve the problem, disconnect the machine and contact your local authorized Canon dealer. (See “Service Call Message,” on p. 7-37.) * xxx stands for a number.
  • Page 262 Load paper Cause The paper drawer is out of paper, or not inserted correctly. Remedy 1 Load paper. Remedy 2 Insert the paper drawer as far as it will go. Memory full Cause The machine’s memory is full of scanned documents. Remedy Divide the original into smaller batches and scan them one by one.
  • Page 263 Restart the machine./If problem persists,/call service rep. Cause An error has occurred. Remedy Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. (See “Contacting Your Local Authorized Canon Dealer,” on p. 7-37.) Set doc. on glass Cause The original has been placed in the feeder and a mode that cannot be used with the feeder, such as the 2-Page Separation mode, has been selected.
  • Page 264 This func. requires Optional equipment. Cause key has been pressed when the machine is not equipped with the optional network kit. Remedy To make the scanning function available, the optional network kit is required. This size cannot be stapled Cause The machine cannot staple the printouts because the selected paper size is unavailable for stapling.
  • Page 265: Service Call Message

    If the machine malfunctions, a service call message appears on the LCD display. Examples: E000, E100 Contacting Your Local Authorized Canon Dealer If a service call message appears on the LCD display, follow the procedure described below to solve the problem.
  • Page 266 ❑ Disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet. NOTE When contacting your local authorized Canon dealer, have the following information available: - Model name - Problem and status of the machine - Service call message on the LCD display...
  • Page 267: Appendix

    Appendix CHAPTER This chapter provides the specifications of the main unit and the optional equipment, and other useful information. Additional Functions Settings Table ......... 8-2 Sample Reports .
  • Page 268: Additional Functions Settings Table

    Additional Functions Settings Table The tables below lists the settings that can be selected or stored from the Additional Functions menu. Some functions can only be used when optional equipment is attached. For more information on the Copy, Printer, and Network Settings, see the following guides: •...
  • Page 269 ■ Common Settings Continued Copy: Stack Bypass: Off, On Drawer 1: Off, On Drawer 2*: Off, On Drawer 3*: Off, On Drawer 4*: Off, On Printer: Drawer 1: Off, On Auto Drawer Select Drawer 2*: Off, On p. 3-11 Drawer 3*: Off, On Drawer 4*: Off, On...
  • Page 270: Copy Settings

    ■ Common Settings Continued Applicable Additional Functions Settings Page Off, On: Paper Size: A4, A4R, A3, A5, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, Custom Size, COM10, Monarch, DL, ISO-C5, ISO-B5, LTR, LTRR, LGL, STMT, Stand. Stack Bypass. p. 3-17 STMTR, EXEC, 11 × 17 Paper Type: Plain, Recycled, Color, Bond, Heavy Paper 1,...
  • Page 271: Printer Settings

    ■ Printer Settings See the UFR II Printer Guide. ■ Timer Settings Applicable Additional Functions Settings Page Off, On (3 to 30 minutes; 5 min in one Auto Sleep Time p. 3-30 minute increments) Off, On (1 to 9 minutes; 2 min in one minute Auto Clear Time p.
  • Page 272: Report Settings

    ■ Report Settings Applicable Additional Functions Settings Page User’s Data List: Print List p. 3-42 Select <Yes> or <No>. ■ System Settings Applicable Additional Functions Settings Page System Manager Set. System Manager ID, System Manager p. 4-2 Device Info Settings Device Name, Location p.
  • Page 273: Sample Reports

    Sample Reports Department ID List User’s Data List Sample Reports...
  • Page 274: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications are subject to change without notice for product improvement or future release. Main Unit Item Specification Name Canon imageRUNNER 2320/2318 Type Desktop Platen Type Stationary Photoconductive Material OPC (Organic Photo Conductor) Copying System Indirect electrostatic copying Developing System...
  • Page 275 When main power is turned ON: 13 seconds or less Using the platen glass: 7.9 seconds or less First Copy Time (A4, direct, paper drawer 1) Sheets per minute imageRUNNER 2320 Direct Copy Speed (Except when paper is fed from the stack...
  • Page 276: Feeder (dadf-p2)

    Item Specification 1,247 mm* × 1,249 mm Installation Space (W × D) (the optional Finisher-U2 and Document Tray-J1 attached.) * The width is 1,018 mm when no options are attached. Approx. 37.9 kg (one drawer with a platen cover attached) Weight Approx.
  • Page 277: Cassette Feeding Module-j1

    Cassette Feeding Module-J1 Item Specification Paper Sizes A4, A4R, A3, A5 250 sheets × 1 drawer (80 g/m Paper Capacity Power Source From main unit Power Consumption Approx. 4 W max. Dimensions (W × D × H) 580.3 mm × 569.3 mm × 116.8 mm Weight Approx.
  • Page 278: Finisher-u2

    Finisher-U2 Item Specification Paper 64 g/m to 128 g/m Standard type Non-collate A4/A5/A5R: 770 sheets or 100 mm A4R/A3: 380 sheets or 50 mm Collate mode A4: 770 sheets or 100 mm A4R/A3: 380 sheets or 50 mm Staple mode A4: 30 sets or 100 mm A4R/A3: 30 sets or 50 mm Capacity Per Tray...
  • Page 279: Duplex Unit-a1

    Duplex Unit-A1 Item Specification Paper Sizes A4, A4R, A3, A5R Paper Weight 64 g/m to 90 g/m Power Source From main unit Power Consumption Approx. 21 W max. Dimensions (W × D × H) 437.2 mm × 448 mm × 378.3 mm Weight Approx.
  • Page 280: Relationship Between Original Orientation And Preprinted Paper Output Chart

    Relationship between Original Orientation and Preprinted Paper Output Chart Please use this chart when printing on preprinted paper (i.e., paper with logos). IMPORTANT Do not load the following types of paper into the paper drawers, as this may cause paper jams: - Paper on which color images have been copied (Do not copy on the reverse side either).
  • Page 281 ■ If You Do Not Want to Set the Staple Mode: 8-15 Relationship between Original Orientation and Preprinted Paper Output Chart...
  • Page 282: Multifunctional Operations

    Multifunctional Operations The imageRUNNER 2320/2318 offers the user multiple functions, such as printing, scanning, and copying, which can be used together. The following table provides you with the details of multifunctional operations. ■ How to read the table The table below indicates the availability of the operations listed in the horizontal rows when the operations listed in the vertical columns are already being performed.
  • Page 283: Available Paper Stock

    Available Paper Stock The paper types that can be used with this machine are shown below. The paper type loaded in each paper drawer can be displayed if you register that information in the machine beforehand. (See “Identifying the Type of Paper in a Paper Source,” on p.
  • Page 284 For instructions on loading paper, see the following sections: - Paper Drawers: “Loading Paper,” on p. 6-2 - Stack Bypass: “Feeding Paper Using the Stack Bypass,” on p. 2-25 • Paper drawers 2, 3, and 4 are optional for the imageRUNNER 2320/2318. 8-18 Available Paper Stock...
  • Page 285: Index

    Index Numerics Auto Clear Time, 3-31 Auto Drawer Selection, 3-11 Auto Drawer Switching, 3-11 2-Page Separation Key, 1-13 Auto Paper Selection, 3-11 2-Sided Key, 1-13 Auto Sleep Time, 3-30 2-Sided Printing, 2-33 Auxiliary Tray, 2-27, 5-6 Available Combination of Options, 5-4 Available Features, xiv Abbreviations Used in This Manual, xiii Additional Finisher Tray-C1, 5-6...
  • Page 286 Common Settings Department ID Management, 2-10, 4-8, 4-9 Auto Clear Setting, 3-8 Accepting Print Jobs with Unknown IDs, 4-26 Auto Drawer Select, 3-11 Accepting Scan Jobs with Unknown IDs, 4-28 Dirty Feeder Error, 3-23 Changing or Erasing the Department ID, Inch/Millimeter, 3-27 Password, and Page Limit, 4-17 Checking Counter Information, 4-20...
  • Page 287 Initial Function, 3-5 Initial Function at Power ON, 3-5 Inner 2 Way Tray-E2 Feeder (DADF-P2), 1-10, 2-14 Clearing Paper Jams, 7-25 Clearing Paper Jams, 7-19 Specifications, 8-13 Feeder Cover, 5-5 Tray A, 3-15, 5-10 Original Output Area, 5-5 Tray B, 3-15, 5-10 Original Supply Tray, 5-5 Installation Slide Guides, 5-5...
  • Page 288 Available Paper Stock, 8-17 Paper Size, 8-18 Paper Type, 8-17 Offset + Collate, 5-9 Parts and Functions of the Main Unit Offset + Group, 5-9 External View, 1-9 Offset Roller Cleaning, 6-36 Internal View, 1-11 OK Key, 1-13 Password, 2-10, 2-12 On-Screen Instruction, 7-3 Plain Paper, 8-17 Optional Equipment...
  • Page 289 Setting the Gamma Value for Remote Scans, 3-26 Sleep Mode, 1-16 Timer Settings Slide Guides, 5-5 Auto Clear Time, 3-31 Feeder, 2-19 Auto Sleep Time, 3-30 Stack Bypass, 2-27 Tone Key, 1-12 Specifications Tone Settings, 3-3 Duplex Unit-A1, 8-13 Toner Cartridge, 1-11, 6-10 Feeder (DADF-P2), 8-10 Toner Consumption, 3-9 Finisher-U2, 8-12...
  • Page 290 8-24 Index...
  • Page 292 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, P.O. Box 27616 Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan Dubai United Arab Emirates Europe, Africa and Middle East Canon Europa N.V. email: info@canon-me.com P.O. Box 2262, 1180 EG Amstelveen, Netherlands Specifications subject to change without notice. © Canon Europa N.V. 2009...

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