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Xerox 2101 User Manual

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Knowing Your
Copier
1.1
Main Components and Their Functions.............................2
1.2
Switching On/Off Power ......................................................6
1.3
Using the Touch Panel Display .........................................12
1.4
Entering Password.............................................................21
1.5
Using the Foreign Interface Device ..................................22

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Knowing Your Copier Main Components and Their Functions......2 Switching On/Off Power ............6 Using the Touch Panel Display .........12 Entering Password.............21 Using the Foreign Interface Device ........22...
  • Page 2: Main Components And Their Functions

    Main Components and Their Functions This section explains the names and functions of every part of the copier. ● The diagram below shows how the machine will look like when all the optional products are installed. Name Function Document cover To press down the document that is placed on the document glass.
  • Page 3 1.1 Main Components and Their Functions Back Back Name Function Power switch Switches on/off the power of the machine. Document output tray Receives documents that are scanned and output from the machine. Lower right cover Open to clear paper jams. Fuser unit Fuses toner to fix image on the paper.
  • Page 4 1.1 Main Components and Their Functions ● Optional kit High Capacity Feeder (HCF) ● Optional kit Booklet Maker Finisher and Folding Unit (Z and C)
  • Page 5 1.1 Main Components and Their Functions Name Function Tray 6 (HCF) (optional) Load the paper. Top cover Open to clear paper jams in tray 6. Top right cover Open to clear paper jams in tray 6. Shift tray 6 to the left to open. Tray 7 Load paper for covers or transparency separators.
  • Page 6: Switching On/Off Power

    Switching On/Off Power Switch on the power of the copier before you begin copying. The server will then start automatically. After the power is on, the machine will take about 7 minutes (for 100 V model) or 6 minutes (for 200 V, 220-240 V models) to warm up before you can start making copies.
  • Page 7 1.2 Switching On/Off Power The message displayed changes to “Ready to copy” after X minutes. ● The content of error messages and screen to be displayed may differ with the optional products installed. ● ■ Switching off power Procedure Check that all copying is completed.
  • Page 8 1.2 Switching On/Off Power 1.2.2 Saving Energy This machine has a Power Saver feature that reduces the power consumption of the machine in two stages, namely, the Low Power Mode and Power Saver Off Mode: ● Low Power Mode Power consumption Standby mode 285 W or less about 460 W...
  • Page 9: Exiting The Power Saver Mode

    1.2 Switching On/Off Power ■ Switching to the Power Saver Mode manually You can also switch to Low Power Mode manually. Procedure Press Power Saver. The machine enters the Low Power mode. When you need to ● Once the machine is in the Low Power Mode, it will enter the Power make copies, press the Power Saver Off Mode if the machine...
  • Page 10 1.2 Switching On/Off Power 1.2.3 Auto Start While waiting for the machine to warm up after the power is switched on, you can press the Start button to program copying. This feature is called Auto Start. ■ Enabling Auto Start To use the Auto Start feature, load the document, specify the desired settings and then press the Start button.
  • Page 11 1.2 Switching On/Off Power 1.2.4 Breaker Switch There are two breaker switches on this machine. The breaker switch is usually at the positions shown in the diagram below. If the machine will not be used for a long time or when moving the machine, push the switch down or to the right. To switch it on, push it up;...
  • Page 12: Using The Touch Panel Display

    Using the Touch Panel Display This section explains the names and functions of every part of the main control panel and the messages that appear in the touch panel display. 1.3.1 Main Control Panel This section explains the names and functions of every part of the main control panel. * The * button cannot be selected.
  • Page 13 1.3 Using the Touch Panel Display Name Function Touch panel display Displays the respective features and machine status. Touch this panel directly to select the features and instructions displayed. “1.3.2 Touch Panel Display” Job Status button Press to check the presently processed job. On the Job Status screen, once a job is selected, you can pause it if it is being scanned or delete it if is paused.
  • Page 14 1.3 Using the Touch Panel Display 1.3.2 Touch Panel Display The touch panel display is located at the left side of the control panel. It displays the messages and feature buttons required for performing a copy job. By touching the display with your fingers, you can make settings or select required screens.
  • Page 15 1.3 Using the Touch Panel Display ● Free Memory Indicates the amount of remaining hard disk memory in a percentage that can be used for saving copied or scanned document data. ● Free Memory doesn’t mean the amount of remaining memory that can be used for scanning. ●...
  • Page 16 1.3 Using the Touch Panel Display 1.3.3 Copier Screen There are four tabs for these screen displays: Basic Features, Added Features, Image Quality, Output Format and one button: Stored Job Templates. The respective screens of these tabs are called Basic Features screen, Added Features screen, Image Quality screen, Output Format screen or Stored Job Templates screen.
  • Page 17: Message Area

    1.3 Using the Touch Panel Display ● Each feature is at factory setting. This default setting can be changed in the Tools Mode. For details, refer to “8.3 Setting Tools Mode”. ■ Copier Screen Message Area Document Count Number of copies Stored Job Templates button Selection button ●...
  • Page 18 1.3 Using the Touch Panel Display ■ Buttons in each screen When a feature button is selected, the screen displaying the settings for that selected button will be shown. After selections are made on this screen, select the Save button to confirm the selections and exit that screen.
  • Page 19 1.3 Using the Touch Panel Display 1.3.4 Other Screens ■ Password Entry screen When the Auditron Mode is enabled, the following screen will be displayed. Enter your password by using the keypad on the screen and the copier screen will be displayed. “1.4 Entering Password”...
  • Page 20 1.3 Using the Touch Panel Display 1.3.5 Operations on saved file You can do the following operations on a saved copy file: ● Selecting/deselecting file Select a file from the displayed list. Select the file again for deselection. “Order” displays numbers in the sequence of file selection. If a file in the middle of sequence is deselected, the succeeding file numbers are incremented one each.
  • Page 21: Entering Password

    Entering Password If the Auditron Mode is enabled, you need to enter your password (by department/user) before you can start making copies. This section explains how to enter the password and to display the Password Entry screen. Approach your Auditron Administrator if you need a user password. ●...
  • Page 22: Using The Foreign Interface Device

    The following screen will be displayed if a Foreign Interface Device (optional) is installed. Optional Follow the instructions. Please insert Xerox Charge Card. Please insert Xerox charge card. If another type of copy control device is used, follow the instructions displayed on the screen.