October 2008 701P48934 6030 / 6050 / 6050A / 510 Series / 721P / 6204 / 6279 Wide Format Copy System User Guide...
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ORMAT Initial Power-On...30 Switching on the Scan System...31 Switching on the PUN, YKE or LVX Controller and the Printer (Xerox Wide Format 510 Series/721P)...31 Switching on the Printer and the Controller (PUN, YKE, YKE-N, FRX, and LVX controllers)...33 6204 W...
Table of Contents What is a bad quality document?...43 ...44 REPARING DOCUMENTS ...45 CANNING STRATEGIES 4 IMAGE QUALITY...47 ...48 RIGINAL COPY MODE...48 Type, Normal, Line, and Photo...48 SCAN MODE...49 Type and Normal ...49 Type Line ...50 Type Photo...51 Type, Color ...52 ...54 ACKGROUND UPPRESSION...
Transform ...86 ...88 AMPLE KEY Copy Mode Sample ...88 Scan Mode Sample...89 9 SCANNING TO THE NETWORK (SCAN MODE)...91 (SCAN CANNING TO THE ETWORK COPY WITCHING BETWEEN MODE AND READY TO SCAN NDERSTANDING THE SCAN ELECTIONS DISABLED IN MODE SCAN ...94 PERATING IN MODE...
Table of Contents Problem Solving Table ...149 Error Code Messages Table ...153 14 SPECIFICATIONS ...155 ...155 PECIFICATIONS 15 APPENDICES...157 1: S PPENDIX CANNING ESOLUTIONS AND 2: P ...158 PPENDIX APER HEET IZES 3: P ...159 PPENDIX APER IZES 4: LED S PPENDIX TATUS NDICATORS...
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Format Copy System Printers 510 Series, 721P, 6030/6050/6050A, 6204, or 6279. The 6204 and 6279 printers can also be installed with a built-in scanner. See the Xerox 6204 Wide Format Solution Copy/Scan User Guide for the FreeFlow Accxes Print Server V13.0 or the Xerox 6279 Wide Format Solution Copy/Scan User Guide for the FreeFlow Accxes Print Server V13.0.
Print and Copy feature keys are standard for all printers using FreeFlow Accxes 13.0 firmware, except for the Xerox Wide Format 6030/6050 Printer. In the 13.0 firmware, the following feature keys need to be loaded before the features can be used. See the Feature Key instructions and Coupon Exchange screens on the NOTE: See the Configuration <...
Raster – JPEG2000, BMP, PNG, GIF. NOTE: The Special Features Key section of this document refers to physical buttons (keys) that are on all the Xerox Wide Format Scan Systems. Wide Format Copy System User Guide 2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System...
Document Handler, lower the Lever to the next position. D. Stand The Stand is standard with the XEROX Wide Format Copy System 6030/6050/6050A, 6204, and 510 Series. It is optional with the 721P. Wide Format Copy System User Guide...
E. Standard Organizer (not shown in previous photo) The Organizer is located on the front of the Scan System. It is useful for holding multiple documents that are to be scanned. It has two extensions at its end that can be pulled out to accommodate longer documents (up to size E or A0).
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System A. Standard Stacker The Stacker is located at the rear of the Scan System. When the AUTORETURN feature is set to REAR, documents exit the Scan System onto the Stacker. The Stacker can be adjusted to any one of four positions by raising or lowering it.
The illustrations show the optional compact Stacker and organizer that are available for the Wide Format Scan System. The compact components allow the XEROX Wide Format Copy System to be installed in sites where space requirements are at a premium.
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System Scan System Control Panel The Scan System Control Panel is divided into three sections: • The options keys section (A), which contains the - Media Selection, Image Quality, and Reduce/Enlarge options selections •...
Option Keys The left side of the Scan System Control Panel contains the keys for the selection of options. It is divided into three areas - Media Selection, Image Quality, and Reduce/Enlarge. To select an option, press the key(s) beneath the option. In some cases, a screen requiring a selection or input is displayed on the graphical display.
R1 – This setting tells the Printer to select the media stored on Roll 1. For the Xerox Wide Format 6279 printer and 6279 multifunction configuration: When 3 Tray is selected, the R3 indicator lamp illuminates and the Printer selects the media stored in Tray 3.
NOTE: Only media types actually loaded into the Printer can be selected. When a roll is selected, the media type for that roll is automatically selected also. If more than one media type is loaded when the media source is set to Auto, the default choice priority is Bond (first), Vellum (second), and Film (third).
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System SELECT: 2. Press the Previous or Next key to select an item from the list. NOTE: Formats can be added or removed from this list. Refer to “Custom Media Formats” in the “Main Menu”...
Image Quality Area The Image Quality area of the Scan System Control Panel allows you to make corrective adjustments to the image and extract the best possible copy quality from an original document. It contains the Type, Background Suppression, and Copy options. The illustrations below depict the Image Quality portion of the Control Panel for FreeFlow Accxes software version 12.0 or higher and SCAN SYSTEM firmware version 3.2.6 or higher.
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System INVALID MODE UPGRADE SCANNER FIRMWARE TIFF/CCITTG4 1 1 BIT Original, Type The Type option allows you to specify the type classification of your document. To select the document type, press the key beneath the Type settings until the desired Type indicator lamp illuminates.
Line Line — Select Line for an image containing fine lines, especially pencil. This selection produces high contrast and dark black images. The TIFF, CALS, PDF and JPEG file types are available for Line images. If the Mode selected is SCAN, and the Scan-to-Net feature key is installed, the SCAN OPTION (LINE) screen will be displayed.
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System PREVIEW COMPRESSION: Scan Options (Color) Screen - Packbits Compression Selection PREVIEW COMPRESSION: PALETTE: Scan Options (Color) Screen - Index Compression Selection PREVIEW COMPRESSION: Scan Options (Color) Screen – Normal Compression Selection Background Suppression The Background Suppression option enables you to make adjustments for documents that contain poor contrast between the foreground image and the background.
(Light) This setting works best for documents on translucent or transparent media, such as vellum (tracing paper) or film, or with medium levels of colored background on opaque media or for documents. Such documents have a higher contrast between the foreground and background than dark documents, but less contrast than normal documents.
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System Reduce/Enlarge The Reduce/Enlarge area of the Scan System Control Panel allows you to select one of three reduction/enlargement modes - Auto, Manual, and Preset. The illustration below depicts the Reduce/Enlarge portion of the Control Panel. NOTE: Reduce/Enlarge can only be selected in Copy mode.
MANUAL REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT ENTER (25.0 – 400.0): Manual Reduction/Enlargement Screen 2. Enter a reduction/enlargement between 25 and 400. You can select any value between these limits in 0.1% increments. 3. Press the Enter key to confirm your choice and return to the READY screen. The READY screen now displays the new reduction/enlargement percentage.
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System Graphical Display and Navigation Keys The middle portion of the Scan System Control Panel contains the graphical display and the navigation keys. The illustration below depicts the middle portion of the Control Panel. Navigational Keys and Graphical Display Area Graphical Display The graphical display provides you with information and instructions pertaining to the system.
“Scanning to the Network” section for more information about the SCAN mode. NOTE: The SCAN mode is an optional feature that is enabled by installing the Scan-to-Net feature key. Contact your XEROX representative for ordering information. Wide Format Copy System User Guide...
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System Numeric Keypad and Special Features/Control Keys The right side of the Scan System Control Panel contains a numeric keypad for entering quantities, keys for selecting other features, and keys for controlling the scanning and printing of images.
• When in the entry state for numeric entry fields, pressing this key acts as a backspace/delete key. When the last digit is deleted, the numeric field goes to zero. • When in password entry and string entry fields, pressing this key acts as a backspace key. When the last character is deleted, the field is blank.
Powering On the Wide Format Copy System To power on the XEROX Wide Format Copy Systems, you first must switch on the Scan System and wait for 30 seconds or check that a “P” is displayed on the status LED in the back of the Scan System.
When the Scan System is switched on, the fluorescent lamp inside the Scan System illuminates immediately. If the lamp does not illuminate, refer to the "Problem solving" section of this guide. Switching on the PUN, YKE or LVX Controller and the Printer (Xerox Wide Format 510 Series/721P) Controller Power Switches The YKE, PUN, and LVX Controller have their own power switch.
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System Power Switch location on the PUN Controller Wide Format Copy System User Guide...
Switching on the Printer and the Controller (PUN, YKE, YKE-N, FRX, and LVX controllers) NOTE: Ensure that the Scan System is switched on first and the P is displayed in the Status Indicator window before powering on the Controller. The PUN controller and the FreeFlow Accxes Print Servers (YKE, FRX YKE-N, and LVX controllers) each have their own power switch.
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System 510 Series Power Switch 721P Series Power Switch Wide Format Copy System User Guide...
Xerox 6030/6050/6050A Wide Format Power Switch Xerox 6204 Wide Format Power Switch Note: The controller manages the power supplied to the Printer or Copier/Printer. Wide Format Copy System User Guide 2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System...
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System Xerox 6279 Wide Format Power Switch Note: The controller manages the power supplied to the Printer. Xerox 6279 Wide Format Circuit Breaker Wide Format Copy System User Guide...
Powering the Xerox 6204 Wide Format Solution On/Off The following describes the procedure for powering the Xerox 6204 Wide Format Solution with FreeFlow Accxes Print Server on and off. Powering On the System 1. Move the printer circuit breaker switch up, to the On [ 2.
3. Move the printer circuit breaker switch to the off position. Powering the Xerox 6279 Wide Format Solution On/Off The following describes the procedure for powering the Xerox 6279 Wide Format Solution with FreeFlow Accxes Print Server on and off.
CAUTION: Powering down the system incorrectly may result in data corruption and a service call. The system shutdown procedure below allows the controller to power down correctly. Shutdown is best performed through the Web Printer Management Tool or the control panel’s System Administration menu’s [Shutdown] feature.
2 Getting to know the Wide Format Copy System Scan System Warm-up The Scan System requires about 45 seconds to warm up and initialize after you power on the Wide Format Copy System. Once the initialization is complete, the READY screen is displayed. Below is an example of the READY screen.
3 Document Quality Document Quality Document quality is the primary factor in obtaining good copies from scanned originals. For most documents, the four Background Suppression key selections with DYNAMIC BACKGROUND REMOVAL enabled, which is the default setting, provides an accurate copy. Some documents, however, require manual adjustments to the settings.
3 Document Quality DYNAMIC BACKGROUND REMOVAL only monitors the document in the process direction, from the lead edge to the trail edge. It cannot make adjustment from the left side to the right side of the document. For example, if the input document is dark, DYNAMIC BACKGROUND REMOVAL will automatically make the appropriate compensation to optimize the reproduction of the dark details.
What is a good quality document? 4" A good quality document has all of these characteristics: • The contrast between the foreground (the image of interest) and the background is high. The foreground may be color or black. • The foreground is a solid, high-density black or dark color (or dark blue on a blueline, or dark brown on a sepia).
3 Document Quality Preparing documents When preparing documents for scanning, keep the following points in mind: If documents have been stored rolled up, flatten them out. They will be much easier to handle if they have been stored flat for at least eight hours. The longer that documents have been stored flat, the easier it will be to scan them.
Scanning strategies When scanning documents, always try the default Image Quality settings first. Select the documents type: line, photo, mixed or color and use the Original, Type, Normal, Line, Photo or Color default settings for that type. Color is a Scan-to-Net feature and only available in SCAN mode.
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4 Image Quality The Image Quality area of the Scan System Control Panel allows you to make adjustments for both the type of Original document and the output Copy to produce the best possible copy quality. It contains selections for Original (Document): Type and Background Suppression, and Copy options lighter or darker.
Type settings until the desired Type indicator lamp illuminates. NOTE: The SCAN OPTIONS will not be displayed unless the Scan-to-Net feature is installed. To order this feature, contact your XEROX representative. COPY MODE Type, Normal, Line, and Photo The Type settings are: Normal, Line, and Photo.
Type and Normal NOTE: SCAN mode will not be displayed unless the Scan-to-Net feature is enabled. To order this feature, contact your XEROX representative. Normal mode attempts to reproduce the document being scanned to provide the best image quality including halftones and shadings as well as fine lines. To select the scan options for Color Mode: 1.
4 Image Quality 4. Use the Enter key to enable/disable checkbox selection and the Next or Previous Key to select options with a colon (e.g., FORMAT: TIFF). The options available for selections displayed on the screen will change depending on the FORMAT and COMPRESSION that are selected.
View the saved document file format for Photo mode. The format is 8 bit TIFF. NOTE: This option will not be displayed unless the Scan-to-Net feature is enabled. To order this feature, contact your XEROX representative. NOTE: The Background Suppression option cannot be used with the Photo setting. If Photo is selected, Background Suppression is automatically set to Off.
4 Image Quality Do one of the following: • For PREVIEW, press the Enter key to enable or disable the option. A checkmark appears in the box to the left of the option when the option is enabled. The factory default setting is enabled. •...
PREVIEW COMPRESSION: PREVIEW COMPRESSION: PALETTE: Scan Options (Color) Screen – TIFF file format PALETTE - Is shown only when the selected FORMAT is TIFF and the COMPRESSION is INDEX or INDEXED. Use this selection to determine which palette to use during RGB-to-index color conversion.
4 Image Quality PREVIEW COMPRESSION: Scan Options (Color) Screen – PDF/A file format COMPRESSION (PDF/A file format selected) - Use this selection to determine the compression method to apply to the saved PDF/A document. Select one of the following: • BEST IQ - Saves a document at a lower compression ratio but has higher image quality.
or for documents. Such documents have a higher contrast between the foreground and background than dark documents, but less contrast than normal documents. (Dark) Use this setting for documents with a dark background or with medium contrast between the foreground and background. In this mode, the background is not suppressed, but the foreground image is improved to increase the contrast.
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5 Making Copies Making copies When the Graphical Display indicates READY TO COPY, the Wide Format Copy System is ready to make copies. Controlling the scan Several settings are available for controlling how the Scan System starts and finishes a scan. These settings are accessible from the SCANNER CONTROL option of the CONFIGURATION menu.
5 Making Copies Some documents will always exit to the rear at the completion of the scan regardless of the DOCUMENT RETURN setting. These documents include: • Thick documents • Documents longer than 5 feet (1.52 meters) • Documents over 36 inches (914 mm) in width MODE: MANUAL - The user must enter the width of the document manually, and very carefully center the document when inserting it into the Scan System.
There are many settings, other than Media Selection, Image Quality and Reduce/Enlarge areas, which are available on the Control Panel. The Transform special features key allows you adjust the margins around the image, specify the position of the image on the media, and transform the image into a mirror and/or inverted.
5 Making Copies NOTE: When scanning to print, the copy is made using the current Printer processing defaults including margins. If the image being scanned is the same size as the media being used, set the margins to 0 (zero) to prevent the image from being clipped or select a larger media size.
5. Insert the document face down into the Scan System. If the scan does not start automatically, press the Start key. NOTE: To set the scan to begin automatically, refer to “Scan System Control” in the “Main Menu” section. NOTE: If the image needs to be rotated to fit on the selected media size, additional processing time is required.
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6 Scanning when using a Folder Scanning when using a Folder When using a Folder, the document must be inserted in the correct orientation in order to have the title block visible after the copy is folded. Refer to the Finisher key information in the Special feature keys section of this manual for additional information to set up the desired fold and other Finisher options.
6 Scanning when using a Folder Ready to Copy Finisher Screen When the Finisher key is pressed and the finishing options are selected, a new page icon is added to the READY TO COPY screen. The page icon is displayed with a dotted box at one of the page corners.
7 Scanning Oversized Documents Scanning Oversized Documents An oversized document is defined as any document that is larger in width or length than a standard E-size (A0) document. Long Documents Operator assistance will be required to guide and control the position of a long document to prevent it from skewing or moving from side-to-side as it feeds through the Scan System.
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8 Special Features Keys Special features keys There are many enhanced features for making copies that meet special needs. The keys that control these features are on the right side of the Scan System Control Panel. To enable a feature, press the applicable key. If the feature has an associated screen, that screen is displayed when the key is pressed.
8 Special Feature Keys Batch Sets Build Finisher Store/ Recall Printer Interrupt Printer Interrupt Key Jobs on the Wide Format Copy System have the following priority: 1. Any job currently printing 2. A copy job that is ready to print 3.
Store/Recall Key The Store/Recall feature contains the following menu choices: • LAST JOB - Enables you to recall and reuse the information from the last copy job. • JOB TEMPLATES - Enables you to save the settings from previous jobs in memory as templates.
8 Special Feature Keys 2. Press the Enter key to select LAST JOB. The LAST JOB menu screen is displayed. The selected option is highlighted. RECALL LAST JOB DELETE LAST JOB 3. Press the Previous or Next key to highlight the desired option. 4.
Deleting the Last Job If, for security reasons, the parameters and images of the last job should not be left stored, use the DELETE LAST JOB option. To delete the information from the last job: 1. Press the Store/Recall key. The STORE/RECALL menu screen is displayed. 2.
8 Special Feature Keys RECALL TEMPLATE SAVE TEMPLATE DELETE TEMPLATE 4. Press the Previous or Next key to highlight the desired option. 5. Press the Enter key to select the highlighted option. The screen for the selected option is displayed. Saving Job Templates The SAVE TEMPLATE option allows you to save groups of settings associated with a job in memory as templates.
NOTE: You can replace the contents of a used location with the current job settings information. If you choose a location that already contains information, the TEMPLATE IS IN USE screen is displayed as shown below. Press the Enter key to overwrite the contents. Press the Exit key to cancel the operation.
8 Special Feature Keys You can now use the parameter settings as they have been recalled, or you may change some of them. NOTE: If you change any of the Image Quality settings (i.e., document type, background suppression, or copy contrast) or if you want to invert the image, an error message will advise you to rescan the image.
3. Press the Next key until SAVE DEFAULT TEMPLATE is highlighted. 4. Press the Enter key to select SAVE DEFAULT TEMPLATE. A confirmation screen is displayed indicating that the job parameters have been saved. JOB PARAMETERS SAVED PRESS ENTER TO CONTINUE 5.
8 Special Feature Keys FOLD PROGRAM TITLE BLOCK LOCATION OUTPUT BIN OVERLENGTH OPTION TAB OPTIONS Other Finisher options that are accessed from this screen, using the Next key, are: Punch Options, Margin Options, Crossfold Options, and Intelligent Title Block Option. NOTE: If no finishing device is connected, pressing the Finisher key produces the error message shown below.
A page icon is displayed with a dotted box at one of the page corners if a FOLD PROGRAM other than BYPASS is selected. The dotted box indicates the title block location selection made using the Finisher menu. The title block location can be changed on this screen using the Next and Previous keys.
8 Special Feature Keys Tab Options The TAB OPTIONS feature enables you to override the pre-programmed tab settings for the selected finishing program. The choices are ALWAYS ON, ALWAYS OFF, and USE PROGRAM SETTING. USE PROGRAM SETTING is the factory default setting. TAB: USE PROGRAM Punch Options...
Crossfold Options The CROSSFOLD OPTIONS feature enables you to override the pre-programmed crossfold settings for the selected finishing program. The choices are ALWAYS ON, ALWAYS OFF, and USE PROGRAM SETTING. USE PROGRAM SETTING is the factory default setting. CROSSFOLD: Title Block Location The TITLE BLOCK LOCATION feature enables you to specify the location of the title block for the copy jobs that are about to be run.
8 Special Feature Keys Output Bin The OUTPUT BIN feature enables you to specify which finisher output bin to use for the finished output. The choices are DON’T CARE, BIN X (where X equals 1 to the actual number of finisher bins), and FANFOLD.
• FORWARD prints the collated set in the order that the sheets were scanned. Page 1 will be on the top. • REVERSE prints the set in the reverse order that they were scanned. Page 1 will be on the bottom. 3.
8 Special Feature Keys After the printing of the set, the set can be recalled, the values changed again, and the set reprinted using the new values. To recall the set, refer to “Store/Recall key” in the “Special features key” section of this manual for further information. NOTE: Settings for the last document scanned are not restored when recalling a set.
Transform Key The Transform feature contains the following menu choices: • MARGINS - Allows you to adjust the dimensions of the margins around the image. By entering positive margins, blank space is inserted around the image. By entering negative values, unwanted parts of the image can be cropped. •...
8 Special Feature Keys Image Entering the Scan System Diagram Margins are added to the image in one of two ways: • If Synchro has been selected from the Output Format area of the Scan System Control Panel, the lead margin is added before the image is printed. The trail margin is added after the media cut signal is received from the Scan System.
LEAD LEFT RIGHT TRAIL Margins Selection Screen in Transform Menu • To change the value setting, use the numeric keypad to enter the value. The values can be set in increments of 0.1 in (1.0 mm) and over a range of +8 to -8 in (+203 to - 203 mm).
8 Special Feature Keys For the X direction, the choices are LEFT, CENTER, and RIGHT. For the Y direction, the choices are TOP, CENTER, and BOTTOM. 7. Press the Enter key to confirm your choice. The graphical display updates accordingly. NOTE: To cancel your choice, press the Exit key.
6. Press the Enter key to confirm your choice. The graphical display updates accordingly. The illustration below shows the TRANSFORM screen with “X” as the mirror image selection. MIRROR : INVERT : NOTE: To cancel your choice, press the Exit key. 7.
8 Special Feature Keys When INVERT is ON, the icon on the right side of the TRANSFORM screen is inverted. The example below shows the TRANSFORM screen with INVERT turned ON. MIRROR INVERT NOTE: To cancel your choice, press the Exit key. 8.
3. Press the Sample key again to disable the Sample feature. The Printer is returned to the default priority setting and the Sample and Printer Interrupt indicator lamps are extinguished. Scan Mode Sample The best sample prints will be produced if the image enhancement features have been enabled. Refer to the Image Quality section of this document for more information.
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The Wide Format Copy System has two scanning modes of operation: COPY mode and SCAN mode. NOTE: Color Scan-to-Net is an available option for all XEROX Wide Format Copy Systems equipped with the Wide Format Scan System. The Color Scan-to-Net feature requires a separately purchased, Color Enablement feature key.
9 Scanning to the Network (Scan Mode) destination on the Web Printer Management Tool with an invalid user name and/or password, can also cause this error. 50000017: INTERNAL FAULT FTP TRANSFER FAILED SCANNED IMAGE DELETED Scan-to-Net: The image file created by scanning is stored directly on the controller hard disk for later retrieval over a connected network by a remote system.
Understanding the READY TO SCAN screen Below is an example of the READY TO SCAN screen. Following the example are descriptions of the special information displayed on the screen. READY TO SCAN INSERT DOCUMENT TIFF/CCITTG4 1 1 BIT TIFF/CCITTG4 1 BIT This icon shows how much Random Access Memory (RAM) is in use by the scanned file.
9 Scanning to the Network (Scan Mode) • Selection of Margins or Justification – You can crop equal amounts from each side edge of the document by manually specifying a scan width that is narrower than the actual document. Refer to “Scan System Control” in the “Main Menu” section to enable or disable manual specification of the scan width.
9. Gently move your document forward until the Scan System’s feed rolls engage the document’s leading edge. 10. If prompted to do so, enter the desired scanning width and press Enter . 11. As your document is automatically fed into the Scan System, the resulting image is stored as a file in the Scan Directory on the system Controller’s hard drive.
9 Scanning to the Network (Scan Mode) CLEAR ENTIRE MULTI-PAGE – All pages stored under the currently active account are deleted. Managing the File System The file system stores images in directories on the internal hard disk drive. The images are stored in the Directory specified by the user when entering the SCAN mode.
7. As your document is automatically fed into the Scan System, the resulting image is stored as a file in the Scan Directory on the system Controller’s hard drive. The image can be retrieved at your workstation using the Document Retrieve Tool of the FreeFlow Accxes Client Tools.
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10 Main Menu Main Menu The Main Menu provides options for configuring the system, obtaining system information, performing system administration functions, and running system diagnostics. When you access the Main Menu, a menu containing the following sub-menus is displayed: • CONFIGURATION - Enables you to configure the settings for a variety of system options.
10 Main Menu CONFIGURATION SYSTEM INFORMATION SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION 2. Press the Previous or Next key to scroll through the list options. 3. When the desired option is highlighted, press the Enter key to select the option. Configuration Menu The CONFIGURATION option of the Main Menu provides a sub-menu of the following choices: •...
Localization The LOCALIZATION option of the CONFIGURATION menu sets the language in which messages are displayed. It also controls whether measurements are displayed in English or metric units. To set the display language or display units: 1. Press the Menu key. The MAIN MENU screen is displayed. 2.
10 Main Menu BEEPER: TEXT: NORMAL DEFAULT MODE: 5. Press the Previous or Next key to highlight BEEPER, TEXT MODE or DEFAULT MODE. 6. Press the Enter key to select the highlighted option. 7. Press the Previous or Next key to highlight the desired setting for the option. The choices for BEEPER are ENABLED or DISABLED.
3. Press the Next key until COPY OPTIONS is displayed. The COPY OPTIONS menu screen is displayed. The black arrows indicate that the menu contains more options than are visible. The selected option is highlighted. MEDIA SERIES CUSTOM MEDIA FORMATS CUSTOM R/E PRESETS 4.
10 Main Menu JIS B Media Series The MEDIA SERIES option controls which standard media series are displayed when Preset is selected from the Output Format portion of the Scan System Control Panel. You can select one or more media series to be displayed. Refer to Table 5 for a listing of the sizes associated with each media series.
Custom Media Formats The CUSTOM MEDIA FORMATS option controls which custom media formats are displayed when Preset is selected from the Output Format portion of the Scan System Control Panel. You can specify up to six custom media formats. To use the SCANNER CONTROL, MODE: PRODUCTIVITY: CUSTOM mode, the custom sizes must be entered in the CUSTOM MEDIA FORMATS.
10 Main Menu Custom R/E Presets The CUSTOM R/E PRESETS option controls which reduction/enlargement ratios are displayed when Preset is selected from the Reduction/Enlargement portion of the Scan System Control Panel. You can specify up to six reduction/enlargement presets. To specify a reduction/enlargement preset: 1.
Maximum Copy Length. The default is 100 feet. For the 6030/6050/6050A, the scanned copy would get cut off at 3 meters. WARNING: Copy documents that are larger than the printer’s maximum capability will not print correctly, or may not print at all. To enable/disable the imaging options: 1.
10 Main Menu 6. Press the Enter key to select COLOR IQ. The COLOR IQ screen is displayed. COLOR COLOR IQ: NORMAL MODE: DYNAMIC BACKGROUND REMOVAL 7. Press the Next key to select the enhancement option you want: • NONE: scanned color has no color correction applied. •...
• PRINTER INTERRUPT - Controls how long the Printer remains in the interrupted state with no interruption at the Scan System Control Panel. This timer pertains to print jobs that have been interrupted to allow a copy job to process. The allowed range is 1 to 99 minutes.
10 Main Menu POWER SAVER DELA Y (0 − 4 HR): 3 5. Use the numeric keypad to enter the power saver value. The valid value range is 0 to 4 hours. The factory default is 3 hours. 6. Press the Enter key to confirm the value. 7.
3. Press the Next key until SCANNER CONTROL is highlighted. 4. Press the Enter key to select SCANNER CONTROL. The SCANNER CONTROL screen is displayed. AUTOSCAN DOCUMENT RETURN: MODE: 5. Press the Previous or Next key to select the desired feature. 6.
10 Main Menu System Information Menu The SYSTEM INFORMATION option of the MAIN MENU contains the following menu choices: • SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - Provides information about each component connected to the Wide Format Copy System. • RECENT FAULT LIST - Displays the most recent faults related to the Scan System. •...
6. Press the Enter key to select the highlighted component. The screen for the selected component is displayed. Following are examples of the screens for each of the components. MODEL: XEROX WIDE FORMAT SCAN SYSTEM FIRMWARE: 3.2.8 MODEL: 4 FIRMWARE: 10.0 RAM: 512MB NOTE: The CONTROLLER screen also provides the amount of Random Access Memory (RAM).
10 Main Menu MODEL: NONE NOTE: This screen identifies the Finisher, if any. If there is no finisher, the MODEL is displayed as NONE. If a Folder is connected, the FINISHER screen displays the configuration of the connected Folder. 7. Press the Exit key to return to the SYSTEM DESCRIPTION screen. Recent Fault List The RECENT FAULT LIST option of the SYSTEM INFORMATION menu displays the most recent faults related to the Scan System.
Configuration Prints The CONFIGURATION PRINTS option of the SYSTEM INFORMATION menu allows you to print one of the following selections: • Copier Configuration • Printer Configuration • Printer Settings • All of the above. To print a configuration print: 1. Press the Menu key. The MAIN MENU screen is displayed. 2.
10 Main Menu Below are illustrations of the other CONFIGURATION PRINT screens with the status message. QUEUE TO PRINTER: QUEUE TO PRINTER: QUEUE TO PRINTER: 9. Press the Exit key to return to the CONFIGURATION PRINTS screen. PRINTER CONFIGURATION Printer Configuration Screen PRINTER SETTINGS Printer Settings Screen ALL CONFIGURATION PRINTS...
System Administration Menu The SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION option of the MAIN MENU is reserved for the system administrator. It can be accessed only after entering the system administration password. When this option is selected, the system administrator is immediately prompted for a password. See "Entering the system administration password"...
10 Main Menu JOB ACCOUNTING MODE FILE SYSTEM CHANGE PASSWORD SECURITY SETTINGS NOTE: If an incorrect password is entered, an error message will be displayed as shown below. Enter the password again. PASSWORD: ***** INVALID PASSWORD, RE-ENTER 6. Press the Previous or Next key to scroll through the list of system administration options.
LIST BY DIRECTORY DELETE IMAGES DELETE ALL IMAGES 4. Press the Previous or Next key to highlight the desired option. 5. Press the Enter key to select the highlighted option. Listing Stored Image Information by Directory The LIST BY DIRECTORY option allows the system administrator to display a list of the number of images stored under each directory and the percentage of total hard disk space consumed by each account.
10 Main Menu The DELETE IMAGE option allows the system administrator to delete all the images stored for a particular account. To delete stored images by account: Deleting Stored Images by Directory 1. Access the SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION menu. See “Entering the system administration password”...
DIRECTORY: Images IMAGES DELETED Delete Images – Images Deleted Screen 10. Press the Exit key to return to the FILE SYSTEM menu screen. The DELETE ALL IMAGES option allows the system administrator to delete all the images stored on the file system. Deleting All Stored Images To delete all stored images: 1.
10 Main Menu 8. Press the Exit key to return to the FILE SYSTEM menu screen. Change Password The CHANGE PASSWORD option of the SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION menu allows the system administrator to change the system administration password. The default system administration password on all newly delivered machines is 0 (zero). The system administrator is required to change the password after the initial log in.
NOTE: The valid range for passwords is 0 - 65535. If the existing password or an invalid password is entered, an error message will be displayed. The new password must be entered again. 8. Press the Enter key to confirm the new password. The CHANGE PASSWORD screen will instruct you to re-enter the new password.
10 Main Menu 5. Press the Previous or Next key to highlight the desired response, ENABLED or DISABLED. 6. Press the Enter key to confirm your selection. 7. Press the Exit key to return to the SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION menu screen. Diagnostics menu The DIAGNOSTICS option of the Main Menu contains the following menu choices: NOTE: Some of the scanner diagnostics listed below require a password to access and are...
Usage Meters Select the USAGE METERS option of the DIAGNOSTICS menu to view the total system usage for documents scanned and media printed. To view area and media usage: 1. Press the Menu key. The MAIN MENU screen is displayed. 2.
10 Main Menu • RESET NVR DEFAULTS - Enables the Customer Service Engineer to reset the NVR values to the factory default values. The diagnostic password is required for this function. • SCANNER RELIABILITY METER - Enables you to gather data about the usage of the scanning mechanism.
Image Path Select the IMAGE PATH option to validate the operation of the image processing (IP) card and the image bar. To run the IMAGE PATH diagnostic: 1. Press the Menu key. The MAIN MENU screen is displayed. 2. Press the Next key until DIAGNOSTICS is highlighted. 3.
10 Main Menu PRESS START TO BEGIN 8. Press the Start key to begin the test. While the test is executing, the bottom display line changes to “RUNNING.” At the completion of the test, the test result is displayed. A test result with no failure displays as PASSED.
e) Post Test 9 – Pixel Magic Interface Post Test A – Pixel Magic Internal g) Post Test B – Video Path h) Post Test C – 24 VDC (Volts Direct Current) Power Supply Test Post Test D – Lamp 8.
10 Main Menu SCANNER RELIABILITY LINEAR SCAN (FT): COLOR (FT): 8. Press the Exit key to return to the SCANNER DIAGNOSTICS menu screen. Scanner Faults (Ordered) Select the SCANNER FAULTS (ORDERED) option to view the entries in the internal Scanner Fault Log.
Scanner Faults (Count) Select the SCANNER FAULTS (COUNT) option to view the last cleared faults. To run the SCANNER FAULTS (COUNTS) diagnostic: 1. Press the Menu key. The MAIN MENU screen is displayed. 2. Press the Next key until DIAGNOSTICS is highlighted. 3.
10 Main Menu Clean CAL Zone The CLEAN CAL ZONE (Clean Calibration Zone) provides the user with a quick way to move the Calibration Motor to the cleaning position. There are two selections CLEANING POSITION AND HOME POSITION. CLEAN CAL ZONE Component Tests The COMPONENT TESTS option of the SCANNER DIAGNOSTICS menu provides a sub-menu of the following menu choices:...
MOTOR SPEED LEAD EDGE/TRAIL EDGE SENSORS 8. Press the Previous or Next key to scroll through the list of options. 9. When the desired option is highlighted, press the Enter key to select the option. The screen for the selected option is displayed. Motor Speed The MOTOR SPEED option is for use by the Customer Service Engineer only and requires the entry of the diagnostic password.
10 Main Menu may also display as NO RESPONSE FROM SCANNER if the Scan System does not process the request within the timeout period. 11. Press the Enter key to return to the COMPONENT TESTS menu screen. Sensors Select the SENSORS option to display the current state of the Scan System optical paper sensors, calibration home sensor, and the thick document sensor.
Sensor Locations on the Wide Format Scan System A : Left Oversize Document Sensor B : Exit C : Right Oversize Document Sensor c) Observe the Display. When the sensor is activated the icon O is filled in. d) Move the sheet of paper fully to the left and right to check the LEFT and RIGHT sensors.
10 Main Menu 12. Press the Exit key to return to the COMPONENT TESTS menu screen. Motor Communications The MOTOR COMMUNICATIONS test is for use by the Customer Service Engineer only. This test allows the Customer Service Engineer or user, if directed by the Service Engineer, to run a motor communications loopback test to assist in diagnosing a Scan System problem.
MOTOR: OFF 10. Turn the motor on. a) Press the Previous or Next key to highlight MOTOR. b) Press the Enter key to confirm your selection. c) Press the Previous or Next key to select ON. The choices are ON and OFF. d) Press the Enter key to confirm your selection.
10 Main Menu 8. Press the Next key until CALIBRATION MOTOR is highlighted. 9. Press the Enter key to select CALIBRATION MOTOR. The CALIBRATION MOTOR screen is displayed. 10. Press the Previous or Next key to select FUNCTION. 11. Press the Enter key to select FUNCTION. 12.
7. Press the Enter key to select READ NVR. The READ NVR screen is displayed. An "xx" displays for all the NVR values. 00 -07: 08 - 0F: 10-17: 18-1F: PRESS START TO BEGIN 8. Press the Start key to display the actual values. 9.
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Wide Format Copy System by sending a special feature key file to the Printer. Once the feature is enabled, it remains enabled (even following upgrades to the system software). Contact your XEROX sales representative for ordering information.
11 Job Accounting Job Accounting Mode Menu The JOB ACCOUNTING MODE menu allows the system administrator to access the function for enabling or disabling the Job Accounting Mode at the Scan System. Access is restricted to the System Administrator and requires the entry of the system administration password. It provides a sub-menu of the following choices: MODE: The job accounting modes are as follows:...
You must enter the User ID code assigned to you by the System Administrator. The Account ID can be alphanumeric. To enter a numeric account, press a numeric key once. To enter an alpha character, press the numeric key associated with the desired letter. Press the numeric key twice to get the first letter, three times for the second letter, etc.
11 Job Accounting Terminating Use Under an Account Once a valid job account number has been entered from the Scan System Control Panel, all use of the Wide Format Copy System Scan System is charged to that account. All usage continues to accumulate to that account until one of the following occurs: •...
Clean the Calibration Strip. See the "Cleaning the Calibration Strip" section. • Inspect the Platen Glass for chips and scratches. If the Platen Glass is chipped or scratched, and these defects are visible in the scanned images, call XEROX service. Wide Format Copy System User Guide...
Backer Roll Perform the following steps daily: 1. Open the Top Cover. 2. Dampen a clean, lint-free towel (600S4372) with platen glass cleaning fluid (Xerox 43P81). 3. Wipe the Platen Glass with the towel. 4. Visually inspect the Platen Glass to ensure that all dirt, glue, and other residue have been removed.
NOTE: The Top Cover must be closed while running this test. 2. Raise the Top Cover. 3. Inspect the Calibration Strip. 4. Place a small amount of platen glass cleaning fluid (Xerox 43P81) on a clean, lint- free towel (600S4372) and clean the Calibration Strip. 5. Lower the Top Cover.
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13 Problem Solving Problem Solving This section contains a problem-solving table and an error message table for help in resolving problems with the Wide Format Scan System. Identify the problem you are experiencing and follow the step(s) indicated in the table for fixing the problem.
13 Problem Solving Problem First solution to try Constant Scanner NOT Lift the Document Handler READY message Switch off the Scan System Switch off the Printer/Controller Switch on the Scan System and wait for the display to indicate “P” Switch on the Controller, then the Printer.
Problem First solution to try copy/scan. Document feed The Scan System will not Ensure that both the Scan accept a thin document (less System and the Printer are than .03 in (1 mm) thick). powered up and initialized. Ensure that the Thickness Lever is adjusted correctly for the document being scanned.
13 Problem Solving Problem First solution to try Vertical lines and streaks are Clean the Platen Glass. visible in the copy. Visible document edges on Try a lighter Contrast setting. the copy. ark spots or smudges appear Clean the Platen Glass. on the copy.
Error Code Messages Table Error message Probable cause 40000001: ERROR The Job Log File size has reached the maximum space allocated for it. ACCOUNTING DISK FULL 40000002: ERROR The number of Job Records in the Job Log File has reached the maximum as defined by the FreeFlow Accxes Account Management Tool.
13 Problem Solving SCAN SYSTEM FAULT - A fault has occurred in communicating 5000000B - CHECK SCAN with the Scan System. SYSTEM VERIFY SCAN SYSTEM IS POWERED AND PROPERLY CONNECTED CONTROLLER FAULT - The file system or memory is full. 50000012 - MEMORY FULL CONTROLLER FAULT - 5000013 - MEMORY FULL...
14 Specifications Specifications Speed Series 2 inches per second 4 inches per standard second 1 inch per optional second color 7.33 inches per second* * Requires Turbo III Speed Enhancement feature key, PUN, YKE, YKE-N, FRX, and LVX Controller running version 9.0 or higher software, Wide Format Scan System firmware version 3.0.7A or higher. Input Document Maximum document: Maximum Scan Width:...
14 Specifications Temperature Minimum: Maximum: Humidity Maximum Elevation : Heat Emission Running: Power Consumption Standby: Running: Electrical Requirements Voltage (AC): Current: Frequency Audible Noise Standby: Running: Impulse: 55 F (10 C) 90 F(32 C) 20% - 80% 0 - 6560 feet 0 - 1.995 km 690 BTU/hr 130 W...
15 Appendices Appendix 1: Scanning Resolutions and Speeds Table 5 below shows the minimum and maximum scanning speeds for a 36 inch (914 mm) wide document in Line, Mixed, and Photo modes at various resolutions. NOTE: Speeds are given in inches per second (IPS) and centimeters per second (cm/s). NOTE: Thick documents are scanned at a maximum speed of 4.00 IPS/10.16cm/s in all Modes.
Web Printer Management Tool by selecting Defaults > Media > Media Defaults > Media Type. Available roll sizes for each supported media type can be quickly and easily checked from the supplies page of the XEROX website at www.xerox.com. Paper size...
Appendix 3: Paper Roll Sizes Table 7 below shows roll sizes supported by the 510 Series, 721P, 6030/6050/6050A, 6204, and 6279 Printers. Roll size Width ISO Roll A0 841 mm ISO Roll A1 594 mm ISO Roll A2 420 mm ISO Roll A3 297 mm Roll 891...
15 Appendices Appendix 4: LED Status Indicators The PUN Controller has four LED status indicators as shown in Table 8 below. Table 8. Controller LED status indicators LED Number Color Indicated Condition LED 1 Green LED 2 Green LED 3 Yellow "Mismatch."...
Appendix 5: Main Menu Structure Appendix 7 shows the Main Menu structure. The menu tree below shows the top level of the Main Menu. The pages that follow contain menu trees for each of the four top-level options. Configuration System Information The menu tree below shows the Configuration option structure of the Main Menu.
15 Appendices The menu tree below shows the System Information option structure of the Main Menu. System Description Scanner Controller The menu tree below shows the structure of the System Administration option of the Main Menu. Job Accounting Mode Change Password File System List by Directory Delete Images...
16 Index ADAPTIVE CONTRAST, 108 Auto , 23 Auto Media Source, 24 AUTO ROTATE, 106 Automatic edge detection and document centering, 42 AUTOSCAN, 57, 110, 111 AUTOWIDTH, 58, 110 AUTOWIDTH /AUTOCENTER, 42 AUTOWIDTH/AUTOCENTER, 58, 110 Background Suppression , 54, 94 Background Suppression option, 22 Batch key, 82 beeper, 101...
16 Index Custom Media Formats Screen , 105, 111 Custom Output Format Screen , 17 CUSTOM R/E PRESETS option, 106 Custom R/E Presets Screen , 106 Decimal key, 28 DEFAULT, 53 Default media settings, 59 DELETE ALL IMAGES, 118 DELETE ALL IMAGES option, 121 Delete All Images Screen , 121 DELETE IMAGE option, 120 DELETE IMAGES, 118...
Please Enter Directory Screen , 92 Please Enter User Id Screen , 142 Power Cord, 12 Power off the Controller and the Printer, 40 power on the XEROX WIDE FORMAT COPY SYSTEMS, 30 Power On/Off Switch, 12, 31 Power On/Off Switch Photo , 40...
16 Index REDUCTION LINE PRESERVATION, 106 RESET NVR DEFAULTS, 126 RESET NVR DEFAULTS option, 129 REVERSE prints, 81 Safety Notes, 1 Sample key, 88 Sample Mode Screen , 88 SAVE DEFAULT TEMPLATE, 69 SAVE DEFAULT TEMPLATE option, 74 SAVE TEMPLATE option, 72 Save Template Screen , 72 SCAN BAR, 125 SCAN BAR option, 127...
Type option, 16, 20, 48 Type Photo, 51 Type, Color, 52 Understanding the READY TO SCAN screen, 93 USAGE METERS, 124, 125 Usage Meters Screen, 125 WEB, 53 Wide Format Copy System User Guide WIDE DOCUMENTS, 65 WIDE FORMAT SCAN SYSTEM Front View , WIDE FORMAT SCAN SYSTEM Rear View , 11 Width Found for Set is XX.X Screen , 82 WRITE NVR, 125...
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