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Xerox Document Centre
220/230/332/340

Setup Guide

July 1999
602p35412

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  • Page 1: Setup Guide

    Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide July 1999 602p35412...
  • Page 2 Xerox® and all Xerox products mentioned in this publication are trademarks of Xerox Corporation. Product names and trademarks of other companies are hereby acknowledged.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Owner Tools ...2-4 Changing the Settings ...2-5 Switch On ...2-5 Access the Setup Tools ...2-5 ...3-1 ACHINE ETUPS Access the Machine Setups ...3-1 Paper Tray Setups ...3-3 Date/Time Setup ...3-4 Date ...3-4 Time ...3-5 Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page-i...
  • Page 4 Touch Screen Contrast ... 3-12 Customer Support Number ... 3-12 Paper Sizes ... 3-13 Machine Serial Number ... 3-13 Xerox Supplies Number / Supplies Tel. Number ... 3-14 Fault Override ... 3-15 Accessing Fault Override ... 3-16 Unavailable Features ... 3-17 ...
  • Page 5 Mailbox Report ...5-16 Fax Panel Defaults ...5-16 Resolution ...5-16 Lighter/Darker ...5-17 Original Type ...5-17 Forced 4800 (Document Centre 220/230) ...5-18 Communication Mode (DC332/340) ...5-18 Fax Mailboxes ...5-19 To Delete a Mailbox ...5-20 To Add or Edit a Mailbox ...5-20 Fax File Management ...5-21 Mailbox Files / Failed Fax Files ...5-22...
  • Page 6 Files for Polling / Files Stored for Polling ... 5-22 Fax Communication Setups ... 5-24 Access Fax Communication Setups ... 5-24 Outgoing Fax Options ... 5-25 Dialing Type ... 5-25 Pause Time ... 5-26 Redial Management ... 5-26 Line Monitor ... 5-27 Batch Send ...
  • Page 7 Foreign Interface Device ...6-15 ...7-1 CCESS IGHTS Assign Privileges ...7-4 Add Pin ...7-5 Set User Privileges ...7-5 Delete PIN ...7-6 ...8-1 NDEX Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page-v...
  • Page 8 Page-vi Table of Contents...
  • Page 9: About Thi Guide

    Related Documentation In addition to this Setup Guide, the following documentation is available for the Document Centre 220/230/332/340. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide - Document Centre 220/230/332/340 User Guide - provides an in-depth understanding of each feature.
  • Page 10: Introduction

    If difficulty is experienced when operating the Document Centre 220/230/332/340, check the suggestions in Chapter 11, Problem Solving, in the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 User Guide to see if the problem can be resolved quickly. If the difficulty persists, contact the Xerox Welcome Center.
  • Page 11: Xerox Welcome Center Telephone Number

    Xerox Welcome Center Telephone Number The telephone number of the Xerox Welcome Center is provided at the time of product installation. For future reference, record the telephone number in the space below: Welcome Center Telephone Number: Canada...800-939-3769 United States...800-821-2797 When telephoning the Xerox Welcome Center, please have the serial number of the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 readily available and a note of any error messages.
  • Page 12: Conventions

    Page 1-4 - Paper is synonymous with media. - Document is synonymous with original. - Page is synonymous with sheet. - Document Centre 220/230/332/340 is synonymous with the machine. - DC is synonymous with Document Centre. SEF Orientation / Landscape...
  • Page 13: Italic Typeface

    NOTE: Use caution when deleting a remote job. It may not be possible to re-create or resubmit the job. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide - Always follow safety procedures when operating equipment.
  • Page 14: Hints

    An example of a caution is shown below: CAUTION When cleaning the Document Centre 220/230/332/340, do not use organic solvents or aerosol cleaners. Do not pour fluids directly onto any area. Avoid supplies that are not specifically listed as approved in this documentation.
  • Page 15: About Setups

    2 About Setups The Document Centre 220/230/332/340 is designed to enable machine and feature default settings to be customized to meet local requirements. This chapter contains an explanation of Setups and general information regarding the Setup procedures. NOTE: The graphic representations of the user interface screens in this chapter may differ slightly dependent on model or configuration.
  • Page 16: Setup Procedures

    Setup Procedures During manufacture, certain settings for features and functions of the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 are programmed into the machine. Once the machine is installed, the Setup Tools can be used to change these settings to the most suitable settings for the users’...
  • Page 17: System Administrator Tools

    Refer to “Foreign Interface Device” on Page 6-15 for further information. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 2-3...
  • Page 18: Owner Tools

    Owner Tools If a PIN is entered that has been assigned ‘Owner’ access rights, the user can set up or change: Access Rights the allocation of Key Operator, System Administrator, Auditron Administrator (DC332/340) and Owner Access Rights. Refer to “Access Rights” on Page 7-1 for further information. Page 2-4 About Setups...
  • Page 19: Changing The Settings

    Changing the Settings Switch On To switch ON the power to the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 press the Power ON/OFF button which is located on the upper-right side, near the front of the machine. It takes approximately 3 minutes for the machine to warm up and perform a self-test.
  • Page 20 Select the button for the setups to be changed. Refer to the appropriate chapter for further instructions. For Scan to File and Print Setup instructions and information, please refer to the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 System Administrator Guide. Page 2-6 About Setups...
  • Page 21: Machine Setups

    Key Operator PIN - see NOTE: The default password - #22222 - may be used if PINs NOTE. have not been assigned. À Touch Enter in the pop-up window. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 3-1...
  • Page 22 À Touch the Machine Setups button. À The Machine Setups screen is displayed. HINT: The Additional Setups button accesses more Machine Setup features. Touch this button if the feature you require is not displayed on the initial Machine Setups screen. NOTE: The graphic representations of the user interface screens in this chapter are based on a fully configured Document Centre 332/340.
  • Page 23: Paper Tray Setups

    To de-select this feature, select Off. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Machine Setups as described on Page 3-1. Touch the Paper Trays button.
  • Page 24: Date/Time Setup

    Date/Time Setup À À Date À Touch the Date Setup button. À Touch the scroll buttons to select the preferred display format, for example, the mm-dd-yy format would display 06-10-01 for a current date of 10th June 2001. À Use the scroll buttons to select the current month (mm), day (dd) and year (yy).
  • Page 25: Time

    It is also displayed when users select Annotation and Time for their copies. Walkup Screen À À Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Machine Setups as described on Page 3-1. Touch the Walkup Screen button. Page 3-5...
  • Page 26: Timers

    To change the default display for the Touch Screen: À Select the preferred default screen À Touch Save to continue The screen selected will be displayed when the machine is switched ON, when programming or job time-out NOTE: The buttons available will depend on the machine occurs, or when AC is pressed.
  • Page 27: Low Power

    NOTE: If the Low Power timeout is set higher than the timeout for Power Save or Auto Off (depending on system configuration), the machine displays a message that Low Power cannot exceed Power Save (or Auto Off). Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 3-7...
  • Page 28: Power Save (Or Auto Off)

    (Power Save) automatically switch into Auto Off/Sleep (Power Save) Mode. The copier version of the Document Centre 220/230 switches the Power ON/OFF switch to the off position. Any stored jobs remain in the memory and the Document Centre 220/230 returns to an operational condition when powered À...
  • Page 29: Interrupt Button

    5. Priority can only be changed for print and fax jobs. À Touch the Priority or Print Queue Priority button. À Select a priority for either the Print or Fax Queue. À Touch Save to continue. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 3-9...
  • Page 30: Localization

    Localization À Touch the Localization button À Select the preferred measurement display format - Inches or Millimeters. À Touch Save to continue. Page 3-10 Machine Setup...
  • Page 31: Additional Setups

    HINT: This screen may have a different appearance depending on machine configuration. Report Languages Various language options can be made available for printed reports. Please contact your Xerox representative for further information. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 3-11...
  • Page 32: Touch Screen Contrast

    The machine displays the Xerox customer support telephone number when the Machine Status button is pressed. Typically, the correct number is entered by a Xerox representative when the machine is first installed. If it is not on the screen, or if it is incorrect, follow the instructions below to enter the correct number.
  • Page 33: Paper Sizes

    À Touch Save to continue. Machine Serial Number The machine displays this machine serial number when the Machine Status button is pressed. This number is required when calling for customer support. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 3-13...
  • Page 34: Xerox Supplies Number / Supplies Tel. Number

    HINT: The Machine serial number is located inside the Left Front Cover of the machine under the Copy/Print Cartridge. Xerox Supplies Number / Supplies Tel. Number The machine displays the Xerox supplies telephone number when the Machine Status button is pressed. À Touch the Xerox Supplies Number or Supplies Tel.
  • Page 35: Fault Override

    The Key Operator can call the Xerox Welcome Centre if the fault cannot be cleared. NOTE: Use caution when deleting a remote job - it may not be possible to re-create or resubmit the job.
  • Page 36: Accessing Fault Override

    Accessing Fault Override To access Fault Override Mode, a fault screen must currently be displayed on the Touch Screen. À À À NOTE: The default password - #22222 - may be used if PINs have not been assigned. Refer to “Access Rights” on Page 7-1 for more information.
  • Page 37: Unavailable Features

    In this case, the machine displays a prompt to check the setups. The following table contains details about specific features that are unavailable when a component is disabled. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Disabled Service/ Component...
  • Page 38 Page 3-18 Disabled Service/ Component Feature Duplex Module Copy Setups, Sides È Imaged, 1 Sided or È 2 Sided Duplex Module In Fax Setups, Fax Terminal Setups, Fax Printing Options, Duplex Printing: All 2 Sided and 1,2,2... Duplex Module In Print Setups, Printer Setups, Job...
  • Page 39 Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Disabled Service/ Component Feature Editing Kit Copy Finisher In Fax Setups, Fax Terminal Setups, Fax Printing Options, Output Selection, Left, Stapled Finisher In Fax Setups, Fax Terminal Setups, Fax Printing Options, Output Selection, Left Tray...
  • Page 40 Page 3-20 Disabled Service/ Component Feature Finisher In Copy Setups, Output, Stapled Finisher In Fax Setups, Fax Terminal Setups, Fax Printing Options, Output Selection, Left Tray Finisher In Print Setups, Printer Setups, Tray Settings, Destination Tray, Left Tray Disabled Feature/Result The machine will not print Copy jobs if the...
  • Page 41 Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Disabled Service/ Component Feature Finisher In Copy Setups, Output, Collated Left Tray and Copy Setups, Output, Uncollated Left Tray Finisher and In Copy Stapler Setups, Output, Stapled Foreign Interface In the Copy Device feature with...
  • Page 42 Page 3-22 Disabled Service/ Component Feature Foreign Interface In the Copy Device feature with Foreign Interface Device and Internal Auditron Control Foreign Interface In Setups, Device Auditron Setups, External Control Device, Per-Page Control, or Monitor with or without limits Foreign Interface In the Copy Device feature with...
  • Page 43 Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Disabled Service/ Component Feature High Capacity Copy Feeder High Capacity The High Feeder Capacity Feeder Print Engine In Scan Setups, Filing Setups, Proof Before Send Disabled Feature/Result High Capacity Tray The machine will not print Copy or...
  • Page 44 Page 3-24 Disabled Service/ Component Feature Print Queue Print Tower Mailbox In Print Setups, Printer Setups, Tray Settings, Destination Tray, Tower Mailbox, Bins 1–10 Paper Tray 1 In Machine setups, Paper Trays, Default Tray Disabled Feature/Result Network/Print Controller jobs are temporarily removed from the Print Queue.
  • Page 45 Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Disabled Service/ Component Feature Paper Tray 2 In Machine Setups, Paper Trays, Default Tray Paper Tray 3 In Machine Setups, Paper Trays, Default Tray Paper Tray 4 In Machine Setups, Paper Trays, Default Tray...
  • Page 46 Page 3-26 Machine Setup...
  • Page 47: Copy Setups

    (Personal Identification Number) which has been assigned Key Operator access rights is entered. The default password is #22222 which may be used if PINs have not yet been assigned. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide - Reduce/Enlarge - Image Quality - Output...
  • Page 48: Access The Copy Setups

    Access the Copy Setups À Press the Access button on the Control Panel. A pop-up window will be displayed on the Touch Screen. À Press the # button on the Control Panel and use the number keypad to enter a Key Operator PIN - see NOTE.
  • Page 49: Reduce/Enlarge

    Use the arrow buttons to select the default magnification setting. The default magnification will be selected when the machine is switched ON, when programming or job timeout occurs, or when AC is pressed. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 4-3...
  • Page 50: Normal

    Normal When users touch Normal in the Reduce/Enlarge column on the Touch Screen, a selection of preset sizes is displayed. The default value of these presets can be customized to meet local requirements. The factory default presets are: À Touch the Normal button. À...
  • Page 51: Image Quality

    Photo for documents that contain photographs. This setting identifies the use of black, white, and halftones to focus on the photo image and make a clear copy. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Copy Setups as described on Page 4-2. Touch the Image Quality button.
  • Page 52: Output

    Output À Use the scroll buttons to select the default output option required - Stapled, Uncollated Left Tray, Collated Left Tray, Uncollated Center Tray or Collated Center Tray. The factory default is Collated Center Tray. À Touch Save to continue. Page 4-6 À...
  • Page 53: Sides Imaged

    The following illustration depicts the results for Head to Head or Head to Toe selections for Portrait and Landscape images. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Copy Setups as described on Page 4-2. Touch the Sides Imaged button. Page 4-7...
  • Page 54: Expert Image Quality

    Head to Head for binding on the short edge Head to Toe for binding on the short edge Expert Image Quality À À À Select the default required - a description of each follows. À Touch Save to continue. Sharpness adjusts the sharpness of the image - select the preferred setting.
  • Page 55: Margin Shift (Dc332/340)

    0 inches. À À Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide select a default setting of On to enhance documents with colored backgrounds or Off to disable this feature. Access Copy Setups as described at the beginning of this chapter.
  • Page 56: Border Erase (Dc332/340)

    À Touch the Erase button. À Touch Border or Edge Erase to change the settings - a description of each follows, or touch Off to turn this feature off. À Make changes as required. À Touch Save to continue. Border Erase (DC332/340) À...
  • Page 57: Edge Erase (Dc332/340)

    Edge Erase (DC332/340) À Use the scroll buttons to set the default Edge Erase settings. À Touch Save. À Touch Close to exit Copy Setups. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 4-11...
  • Page 58 Page 4-12 Copy Setups...
  • Page 59: Fax Setups

    #22222 which may be used if PINs have not yet been assigned. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide - Fax Terminal Setups: to set and change the defaults for the available fax options such as paper size and type, resolution, and mailbox options.
  • Page 60: Access The Fax Setups

    Access the Fax Setups À Press the Access button on the Control Panel. A pop-up window will be displayed on the Touch Screen. À Press the # button on the Control Panel and use the number keypad to enter a Key Operator PIN - see NOTE: The default password - #22222 - may be used if PINs NOTE.
  • Page 61: Fax Terminal Setups

    Touch the Fax Terminal Setups button. NOTE: Only those selections relevant to the machine configuration will be available. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide - Fax Terminal Options - Fax Printing Options - Fax Report Options - Fax Panel Defaults...
  • Page 62: Fax Terminal Options

    À Touch Save to continue. Local ID According to the Federal Law, the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 must be programmed with an identification number. The identification number, or Local ID, is the telephone number for the Document Centre 220/230/332/340. If the identification number has not been programmed, the...
  • Page 63: Local Name

    The Local Name is the name allocated to this particular machine. For example, it could indicate the location of the machine - for example, ‘Copier West’, or be the Company name. À Touch the Local Name button. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 5-5...
  • Page 64: Company Logo

    Name button on the right of the screen. À Use the keypad on the screen to enter the Local Name of the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 (up to 20 characters including spaces). À Touch Save to continue. Company Logo Company Logo is used in the header of the transmission report and in the cover letter for fax documents to identify the organization sending the fax.
  • Page 65: Delayed Start Time

    If they do not specify the delayed start time, the machine uses the default delayed start time that is entered here. À Touch the Delayed Start Time button. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide HINT: Touch Change Keyboard to display additional characters. Page 5-7...
  • Page 66: Long Document (Dc332/340)

    À Touch the second Delayed Start Time button on the right of the screen. À Use the scroll buttons on the screen to select the default transmission start time. À Touch Save to continue. Long Document (DC332/340) À Touch the Long Document button.
  • Page 67: Fax Printing Options

    With this feature enabled, the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 automatically determines the required reduce/enlarge ratio for printing on the selected paper. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Fax Terminal Setups as described on Page 5-3. Touch the Fax Printing Options button.
  • Page 68: Page Margin

    À Touch the Receive Reduction button. À Select Auto or Off as required. Page Margin This feature defines the maximum amount of space between the length of an incoming fax and the length of the paper on which the fax is to be printed. The Page Margin setting affects the bottom of the page.
  • Page 69: Duplex Printing

    1, 2, 2... prints fax documents with the first page single-sided and the rest of the pages double-sided. Reports are printed all double-sided. Paper Attributes Programs the default types, colors and sizes of paper on which fax documents and reports can be printed. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 5-11...
  • Page 70: Output Selection

    À Touch the Paper Attributes button. À Touch the buttons on the right of the screen to select the types, colors and sizes of paper on which incoming fax documents and reports will be printed - more than one type can be selected. À...
  • Page 71 À È Touch the A3 11" x 17" button. À Select the default option required. Trim A3 is the factory default. À Touch Save to continue. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide È 11" x 17" Page 5-13...
  • Page 72: Fax Report Options

    Fax Report Options À À Activity Report Programs the machine to automatically print a report of phone line activity. À Touch the Activity Report button. À Select the default option required - see description below. Auto Print is the factory default. Auto Print prints an Activity Report when the number of outgoing and incoming calls reaches 50 and includes only calls that were not printed on the last report.
  • Page 73: Transmission Report

    Select the option required - - Always Print automatically prints a report for each outgoing fax. - Print on Error Only prints a report only when a transmission error occurs. - Off turns this feature off. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 5-15...
  • Page 74: Mailbox Report

    Mailbox Report Programs the machine to automatically print a report informing the mailbox owner each time a fax is received to his or her mailbox. À Touch the Mailbox Report button. À Select the default option required. À Touch Save to continue. Fax Panel Defaults À...
  • Page 75: Lighter/Darker

    Auto separates images into text and photo areas automatically, and implements image processing for each area. Text optimizes image processing for text, lines, and solid areas. Photo optimizes image processing for photographs. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 5-17...
  • Page 76: Forced 4800 (Document Centre 220/230)

    Forced 4800 (Document Centre 220/230) Used when fax communications are susceptible to errors.This mode is slower, but it is less susceptible to errors. À Touch the Forced 4800 button. À Select On or Off as the default. À Touch Save.
  • Page 77: Fax Mailboxes

    A maximum of 200 mailboxes are available on the DC332/340 and 30 on the DC220/230. À À Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Fax Terminal Setups as described on Page 5-3. Touch the Fax Mailboxes button. Page 5-19...
  • Page 78: To Delete A Mailbox

    À Touch a mailbox in the list to select it. Touch the scroll buttons to move up and down the list. À Follow the instructions below to delete, edit or add a mailbox. To Delete a Mailbox À Touch the Delete Mailbox button.
  • Page 79: Fax File Management

    Touch Save and then Close. Fax File Management À À Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide HINT: Touch Change Keyboard for access to additional characters. Access Fax Terminal Setups as described on Page 5-3. Touch the Fax File Management button.
  • Page 80: Mailbox Files / Failed Fax Files

    À Touch any button to change the setting - a description of each follows. À Make changes as required. À Touch Save to continue. Mailbox Files / Failed Fax Files Displays a list of fax jobs that were unsuccessful after attempting to send the job a specified number of times depending on the current settings.
  • Page 81 À Touch Save. Touch Close. Auto Delete automatically deletes stored fax files after they have been transmitted. Keep keeps stored fax files after they have been transmitted until they are manually deleted. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 5-23...
  • Page 82: Fax Communication Setups

    Fax Communication Setups Quick Pathway This section contains the procedures to set the following: À Press the Access button on the Control Panel À Enter Key Operator PIN - see NOTE À Touch Fax Setups NOTE: The default password is #22222 which may be used À...
  • Page 83: Outgoing Fax Options

    Line 2 button. À Select the desired option. À Touch Save to continue. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Fax Communication Setups as described on Page 5-24. Touch the Outgoing Fax Options button. - Tone - 10 PPS (pulse per second): for a rotary dial.
  • Page 84: Pause Time

    Pause Time This feature sets the amount of time for dial pauses. À Touch the Pause Time button. À Touch the scroll buttons to select a pause time in seconds. Redial Management Redial Count sets the number of times the machine will automatically attempt a redial if a connection cannot be made.
  • Page 85: Line Monitor

    Select On to enable this feature or Off to switch this feature off. À Touch Save to continue. Line Monitor Volume sets a default volume for line monitoring as High, Normal, or Low. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 5-27...
  • Page 86: Batch Send

    À If the Line Monitor feature is set to On, touch the Line Monitor Volume button. À Select the volume setting required. À Touch Save to continue. Batch Send Transmits several pending documents to one destination during a single phone call. À...
  • Page 87: Incoming Fax Options

    Touch the Auto Answer Delay button. À Touch the scroll buttons to set the time delay before calls are answered. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Fax Communication Setups as described on Page 5-24. Touch the Incoming Fax Options button. Page 5-29...
  • Page 88: Ring Volume

    Ring Volume À Touch the Ring Volume button. À Select High, Normal or Low as the default ring volume. Junk Fax Prevention This feature programs the machine to only accept incoming fax documents from remote machines whose Local ID numbers are programmed into the Dial Directory. All other fax documents are rejected thereby ensuring junk fax documents such as advertisements and circulars are not received.
  • Page 89: Receive Header Print (Dc332/340)

    Select On or Off. Line Use Restriction (DC332/340) Where more than one line is connected to the Document Centre 332/340, this feature enables one line to be reserved for incoming fax documents. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 5-31...
  • Page 90 À Touch the Line Use Restriction button. À Touch the Line 1 or Line 2 button. À Select Receive only to reserve this line for incoming fax documents. À Alternatively, select Transmit and Receive to enable the chosen line to accept incoming and outgoing fax documents.
  • Page 91: Auditron Setups

    Touch the Access options available are described below - the chosen option button on the Control must initially be enabled by your Xerox Service Panel À representative. Press the # button on the control panel.
  • Page 92: Access Auditron Setups

    Access Auditron Setups À Press the Access button on the Control Panel. A pop-up window will be displayed on the Touch Screen. À Press the # button on the Control Panel and use the number keypad to enter an Auditron Administrator PIN - NOTE: The default password is #22222 which may be used if see NOTE.
  • Page 93: Internal Auditron - Dc332/340

    À Touch the Internal Auditron button. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide 1. Auditron Enable Setups—to set up the Auditron for one or more services. 2. Account Setups—to set up the Auditron accounts, delete accounts and to set counter limits for each account.
  • Page 94: Account Setups - Dc332/340

    À Touch the Auditron Enable Setups button. À Select the services to be enabled or disabled for the Auditron - see below. À Touch Save to continue. Copy enables/disables Auditron for Copy jobs. Fax enables/disables Auditron for Fax jobs. Scan enables/disables Auditron for Scan jobs. Print enables/disables Auditron for Network print jobs Reports enables/disables Auditron for printing reports.
  • Page 95: Add/Modify Accounts

    To modify an account: À Select the account number and touch the Modify Account button. À Select the services and copy limits for the selected account - see below. À Touch Save to continue. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 6-5...
  • Page 96: Delete Account

    All Limits the same use the popup keypad to enter a limit in units of 100 to restrict the number of prints which can be assigned to this account for all the services selected. Change Limit use the popup keypad to enter a limit in units of 100 to restrict the number of prints which can be assigned to this account for each service selected.
  • Page 97: Reset All Counters

    Touch Close to continue. Delete All Accounts À To delete ALL ACCOUNTS touch the Delete All Accounts button at the top of the screen. À Touch Confirm. À Touch Close to continue. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 6-7...
  • Page 98: Job Limit Policy - Dc332/340

    Job Limit Policy - DC332/340 This feature sets machine behavior when the user’s account limit has been reached. When the limit is reached, the machine will either stop the current job immediately or let the job finish and go over the limit. À...
  • Page 99 Clear All Counters Button touch this button to reset all the counters for ALL OF THE ACCOUNTS to zero. Select Confirm in the pop-up window and Close to continue. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Access Auditron Setups as described on Page 6-2. Touch the Internal Auditron button.
  • Page 100: Internal Auditron - Dc220/230

    Internal Auditron - DC220/230 Internal Auditron setups on the DC220/230 models cover the Quick Pathway following topics: À Press the Access button on the Control Panel À Enter Owner PIN - see NOTE À Touch Auditron Setups À Touch Internal Auditron. À...
  • Page 101: Account Setup - Dc220/230

    A maximum of 2000 accounts can be programmed into the machine. Account numbers can contain between 4 and 16 digits. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 6-11...
  • Page 102: Add Accounts

    À Access Auditron Setups as described on Page 6-2. À Touch the Internal Auditron button. À Touch the Account Setup button. À Make selections as required - see below for a description of each. À Touch Save to continue. Add Accounts À...
  • Page 103: Job Completion Setup - Dc220/230

    This feature sets machine behaviour when the user’s account limit has been reached. When the limit is reached, the machine will either stop the current job immediately or let the job finish and go over the limit. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 6-13...
  • Page 104 À Access Auditron Setups as described on Page 6-2. À Touch the Internal Auditron button. À Touch the Job Completion Setup button. À Make selections as required - see below for a description of each. Terminate Job if set to On, the machine will stop the job as soon as the account limit has been reached - any pages committed to print will be allowed to print.
  • Page 105: Foreign Interface Device

    À tracking system installed on the system. The device must Press the Access initially be enabled by the Xerox representative. button on the Control Panel À NOTE: This device controls only Copier print services and Touch the # button on has no bearing on the Fax services.
  • Page 106 Page 6-16 Auditron Setups...
  • Page 107: Acces Right

    PINs being assigned.To prevent unauthorized , a user with Owner privileges can change this PIN or change the Access Rights to it. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide - Key Operator - System Administrator - Auditron Administrator (DC332/340)
  • Page 108 Machine Setups Copy Setups Setups Print Setups Scan to File Setups Auditron Setups (DC220/ 230) Auditron Setups (DC332/ 340) Access Rights Page 7-2 Each privilege determines the right to set up the default settings for a specified set of functions, as shown in the table below.
  • Page 109 The following table illustrates a situation where various privileges are assigned to five users. 1234 2345 3456 5678 4567 Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide System Auditron Operator Administrator Administrator - PIN 1234 enables its assigned user to enter the Setup Tools and access only the Auditron and Access Setup features.
  • Page 110: Assign Privileges

    Assign Privileges À Touch the Access button on the Control Panel. A pop-up window will be displayed on the Touch Screen. À Press the # button on the Control Panel, and enter a PIN with Owner Privileges - see NOTE below. À...
  • Page 111: Add Pin

    À Touch the desired button(s) to add or remove privileges - see Page 7-2 for a description of each. À Touch Confirm. Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Page 7-5...
  • Page 112: Delete Pin

    Delete PIN À Use the search facility or scroll buttons to select the User PIN number to be deleted À Touch Delete PIN. À Touch Confirm. Page 7-6 Access Rights...
  • Page 113: Index

    (DC332/340) auditron setups 5-29 auto answer delay auto clear auto off mode auto tray switching Auto, paper tray Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide 5-28 batch send 4-10 Border Erase (DC332/340) 5-14 broadcast and multi-poll reports buttons 2-6, 3-1, 5-2...
  • Page 114 5-11 double-sided printing 5-11 duplex printing duplex, sides imaged 4-11 Edge Erase (DC332/340) Erase (DC332/340) expert image quality 5-22 Failed Fax Files 3-15 fault override 5-24 fax communication setups 5-21 fax file management 5-19 fax mailboxes 5-29 fax options, incoming fax 5-16 fax panel defaults fax printing options...
  • Page 115 6-15 foreign interface (DC332/340) 6-10 internal auditron (DC220/230) internal auditron (DC332/340) Xerox Document Centre 220/230/332/340 Setup Guide Machine Setups quick pathway, using 5-31 Receive Header Print (DC332/340) receive reduction 5-26 redial count...
  • Page 116 3-12 touch screen contrast Page 8-4 5-15 transmission report User Privileges 5-27 volume, line monitoring 5-30 volume, ring walkup screen display setup Welcome Centre Welcome Centre telephone number Xerox telephone number Xerox Welcome Centre telephoning Index...