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Canon imageFORMULA DR-3080C Startup Manual

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  • Page 1 Startup Manual Read this manual thoroughly before using this scanner. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 2 CANON ELECTRONICS INC. 1248, SHIMOKAGEMORI, CHICHIBU-SHI, SAITAMA 369-1892, JAPAN CANON U.S.A. INC. ONE CANON PLAZA, LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y.11042, U.S.A. CANON CANADA INC. 6390 DIXIE ROAD, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L5T 1P7, CANADA CANON EUROPA N.V. BOVENKERKERWEG 59-61, P.O.BOX 2262, 1180 EG AMSTELVEEN, THE NETHERLANDS CANON LATIN AMERICA, INC.
  • Page 3 Copyright Copyright © 2001 by CANON ELECTRONICS INC. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of CANON ELECTRONICS INC.
  • Page 5: Preface

    Preface Thank you for purchasing the Canon DR- 3060/3080C scanner. Be sure to read this manual thoroughly before using the scanner in order to ensure that you fully understand how to use the scanner correctly. After you have read this manual, retain it for future reference.
  • Page 6: Notational Conventions

    Notational Conventions The symbols and indications used in this manual are explained below. Familiarize yourself with these symbols and their meanings before reading this manual. “( page 12)” means “Refer to page 12 for more details on the information.” WARNING This indicates a matter in which failure to follow proper procedure could result in loss of life or serious injury.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Names and Functions of Parts ... 13 Installing the Scanner ... 15 Requirements ... 15 Installation Procedure ... 15 Connecting the Scanner to Your PC ... 16 SCSI ID and Terminator Settings ... 17 SCSI ID Settings ... 17 Terminator Setting ... 18 Connecting the Power Cord ...
  • Page 8 Using the Scanner ... 30 Documents ... 30 Setting Up the Paper Feed Tray and the Document Eject Tray ... 31 Installing the Document Eject Guide ... 33 Loading a Document for Scanning ... 35 When Using Automatic Feed ... 35 When Using Manual Feed ...
  • Page 9: Before Using The Unit

    Before Using the Unit To Ensure Safe Operation In order to ensure safe operation, be certain to read the cautions described below. Installation Location 14.8 in. (375 mm) when paper feed tray and paper feed tray extension are closed The performance of this unit is affected by the environment in which it is installed.
  • Page 10: Power

    If you have any questions concerning your local power supply, contact your dealer or your local power company. Moving the Scanner The scanner weighs approximately 8.1 kg. Always use two hands when moving the scanner, as shown in the illustration below. Before Using the Unit...
  • Page 11: Notes On Normal Handling

    Notes on Normal Handling WARNING To avoid fire and electric shock, always observe the following warnings when using this unit. Do not place flammable chemicals, such as alcohol or paint thinner, near the unit. Do not cut, damage, or modify the power cord. Do not place heavy objects on the power cord, do not pull on the power cord, and do not bend the power cord sharply.
  • Page 12 CAUTION Do not set the unit up on a wobbly platform, a sloped surface, or any other type of unstable location. Do not set up the unit in a location that is subject to vibration. The unit could injure someone if it falls or tips over. Do not block the ventilation openings.
  • Page 13: Features Of The Dr-3060/3080C

    The main features of the DR-3060/3080C scanner are listed below. Fast document feeding Although the scanner is compact, it can rapidly scan up to forty A4 sheets (double side) per minute, and can scan documents ranging in size from business cards to B4 paper.
  • Page 14 (This function is implemented by the ISIS/TWAIN driver.) "Skip blank page" function The scanner is equipped with a "skip blank page" function that allows it to scan a document regardless of whether every page is double-sided or single-sided. (This function is implemented by the ISIS/TWAIN driver.)
  • Page 15: Checking The Packing List

    • Keep the carton and the packing material for future use if it is ever necessary to store or transport the unit. Document eject guide Auxiliary paper support plate Warranty card (120V model only) Setup disc (CD-ROM) Startup manual (this manual) Software license agreement Scanner Power cord Before Using the Unit...
  • Page 16: Removing Protective Tape And Protective Sheet

    Removing Protective Tape and Protective Sheet Before using the scanner, remove the protective tape and protective sheet that protect the unit from damage during shipment. Remove the protective tape that is attached to the exterior of the unit. Open the paper feed tray and remove the protective tape that is inside the unit.
  • Page 17: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Names and Functions of Parts This section explains the name and function of each part. Familiarize yourself with the parts before connecting the scanner. Front Paper feed tray Front (with cover open) Paper feed tray Place the document to be scanned here.
  • Page 18 Rear Power cord connector Connect the power cord that is provided with the scanner here. CAUTION Do not block the ventilation openings. Doing so could cause the unit to overheat, creating a risk of fire. Before Using the Unit Ventilation holes...
  • Page 19: Installing The Scanner

    1. Connect the SCSI cable to the PC or another SCSI device. ↓ 2. Set the SCSI ID and the terminator. ↓ 3. Turn the scanner on first, and then start up the PC. ↓ 4. Install the necessary software (device driver, application software, etc.) in your PC.
  • Page 20: Connecting The Scanner To Your Pc

    Computer SCSI interface cable Notice Make sure that the scanner and your PC are both turned off when connecting the scanner to the PC. Installing the Scanner DR-3060/3080C SCSI device...
  • Page 21: Scsi Id And Terminator Settings

    SCSI ID and Terminator Settings Use the DIP switches on the rear of the scanner to make the SCSI ID and terminator settings. For the DIP switches, the upper position is the ON position, and the lower position is the OFF position.
  • Page 22: Terminator Setting

    The terminator should be set to "ON" only in the SCSI device that is at the end of the SCSI daisy chain. If the scanner is the only SCSI device that is being connected to the PC, or if the scanner is being connected at the end of a daisy chain of SCSI devices, set bit 1 of the scanner's DIP switch (terminator) to ON, and disable terminator for all other SCSI devices.
  • Page 23: Connecting The Power Cord

    Connecting the Power Cord Connect the power cord that is provided with this scanner to the power cord connector located on the rear of the scanner, and then plug the cord into a power outlet. Notice Only use the power cord that was provided with this unit.
  • Page 24: Turning The Power On/Off

    Turning the Power On Turn on the scanner. The power switch is located on the lower right front corner of the scanner. To turn the scanner on, press the power switch. When the power indicator lights green, the scanner is on.
  • Page 25 6. In the “Driver Files Search Results” screen, click the Next button. 7. If the message “Digital Signature Not Found” appears, simply click Yes to continue installation. 8. On the “Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard” screen, click the Finish button. Installing the Scanner...
  • Page 26: Turning The Power Off

    Turn off the PC. Turn off the scanner. The power switch is located on the lower right front corner of the scanner. To turn the scanner off, press the power switch. When the power indicator turns off, the scanner is off.
  • Page 27: Installing The Software

    The following software is included with the scanner. ISIS/TWAIN driver This driver allows this scanner to be used with ISIS-compatible application software or TWAIN-compatible application software. The driver must be installed in order to be able to use the scanner.
  • Page 28: Installing The Isis/Twain Driver

    Note The ISIS/TWAIN driver provided with the scanner is not necessarily compatible with all ISIS-compatible or TWAIN-compatible application software. For details, contact your application software dealer. Some functions described in this manual may not be supported by all application software.
  • Page 29 Click the Start button and then click Run. The Run dialog box appears. In the Open box, type "D:\Driver\Setup.exe" (where "D" is the drive letter assigned to your CD-ROM drive) and then click the OK button. The Installer starts. Follow the onscreen instructions and complete the installation process. Installing the Software...
  • Page 30: Installing Captureperfect

    Installing CapturePerfect Follow the procedure described below to install CapturePerfect. Turn on your PC. Windows starts. Notice If you are using Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP, be sure to log on as a user with administrator privileges. Load the setup disc in the PC’s CD-ROM drive.
  • Page 31: Using The Software

    The ISIS/TWAIN driver help file describes how to use the ISIS/TWAIN driver. To access the ISIS/TWAIN driver help file, click Start - Programs - Canon DR-3060 & 3080C - Canon DR-3060 & 3080C Help, or click the Help button in the driver’s dialog box.
  • Page 32: Using Captureperfect

    CapturePerfect help. From the Help menu on the CapturePerfect menu bar, click Help, then refer to the explanation of how to use CapturePerfect. Starting CapturePerfect Turn on the scanner. Turn on your computer. Windows starts. On the Start menu, point to Programs (when using Windows XP, point to All Programs) and then click CapturePerfect.
  • Page 33: Closing Captureperfect

    CapturePerfect closes. Notes When the scanner is scanning or some operation is pending after scanning has been started (such as when scanning has been interrupted), the mouse pointer changes to an hourglass. If the mouse pointer appears as an hourglass while the scanner is not scanning, the previous scanning operation has not been completed.
  • Page 34: Using The Scanner

    Using the Scanner Documents This scanner is able to scan documents ranging in size from business cards and checks up to B4 size documents. The scannable size range is: Width: 2.2 in. to 10.1 in. (55 mm to 257 mm) When using the auto start function, 2.8 in.
  • Page 35: Setting Up The Paper Feed Tray And The Document Eject Tray

    Do not place anything other than documents, and especially not heavy objects, on the paper feed tray. The object could fall suddenly and injure someone, or the scanner itself could be damaged, which could result in lower image quality. Using the Scanner...
  • Page 36 Always be sure to open the document eject tray extension. If the guide is not open when a document is scanned, the scanned document could droop down and become jammed in the scanner. To close the trays and extensions, follow the above procedure in reverse.
  • Page 37: Installing The Document Eject Guide

    When scanning a document that is particularly thin or particularly long, it could droop down over the edge of the document eject tray extension and become jammed in the scanner. Avoid this problem by attaching the document eject guide. Grasp the edge of the document eject tray extension and lift it up.
  • Page 38 Attach the document eject guide to the document eject tray as shown in the illustrations. When doing so, align the ( mark on the scanner. To remove the document eject guide, reverse the procedure described above. Note Although it is still possible to scan normal documents while the document eject guide is in place, the guide will cause stacking problems when scanning documents on paper that is thicker than normal.
  • Page 39: Loading A Document For Scanning

    When loading a document for scanning, be careful to remove all paper clips, staples, etc., from the document. During the scanning process, such objects can tear the document, cause a paper jam, and damage the scanner. When Using Automatic Feed Get ready to perform the scanning operation with your application software, and set the automatic feed function.
  • Page 40 There are stacking limit marks ( ) indicated on the paper feed tray. Do not load pages in excess of this mark. (The mark is equivalent to a capacity of approximately 100 sheets of ordinary copier paper (80g/m Using the Scanner...
  • Page 41 Note that documents that are printed on thin paper may fall out of the document eject tray. If the scanner is not going to be used again soon after the document has been scanned, protect the scanner from damage by removing the document eject guide (if it was attached to the document eject tray) and then closing the paper feed tray and the document eject tray extension.
  • Page 42: When Using Manual Feed

    Place a single sheet of the document in the paper feed tray and then gently push it into the document feed opening. The scanner will begin to take the sheet in and scan it.
  • Page 43 It may be necessary to gently hold down the edge of the sheet while feeding it into the scanner. Perform the scanning operation in accordance with the normal operating procedure for your application software, and continue to manually feed sheets into the scanner, one at a time. Using the Scanner...
  • Page 44: Patch Code Sheets

    There are 4 types of Patch Code Sheets: [PATCH II (A4)], [PATCH II (LTR)], [PATCH T (A4)], and [PATCH T (LTR)]. Click the [Start] button in Windows, and select [Programs] – [Canon DR-3080C] – [PATCH X(XX)]. Then use the sheets printed out by a printer.
  • Page 45: Functions Of Patch Code Sheets

    When this sheet is detected, a file separator is inserted after this sheet. Note, however, that the setting is ignored, and this sheet is recorded as an image even if recording of sheets as an image has been disabled in the patch code detection settings. Using the Scanner...
  • Page 46: Effective Area For Detecting Patch Code Patterns

    Also, take care to avoid bending or wrinkling Patch Code Sheets. Damaged or marked Patch Code Sheets cannot be read correctly. To avoid a reading error, make sure that the scanning density for Patch Code Sheets is neither too light nor too dark. Using the Scanner Unit: mm...
  • Page 47: Clearing A Paper Jam

    Clearing a Paper Jam If a paper jam occurs in the scanner, follow the procedure described below. CAUTION Be careful when removing jammed paper. It is possible to cut your hand on the edge of a sheet of paper. If there are any ejected sheets already in the document eject tray, remove them.
  • Page 48 Raise the upper unit as far as it will go. Remove the jammed paper inside of the scanner. When the jam occurred in the feed section When the jam occurred in the eject section Notice Do not pull hard on the jammed sheet; remove it gently. If the sheet does rip, be sure to remove all of the remaining pieces of paper.
  • Page 49 Gently push down on the top of the upper unit until the upper unit clicks into place. Note Once you have cleared the paper jam, check whether the scanned image on the last page has been stored properly or not, and then resume scanning. Using the Scanner...
  • Page 50: Regular Maintenance

    Cleaning the Scanner To clean the exterior of the scanner, dampen a cloth with water or a mild detergent, wring the cloth out thoroughly, and then wipe the dirt away. Then use a dry cloth to wipe away any moisture.
  • Page 51: Cleaning The Scanning Glass And The Rollers

    Cleaning the Scanning Glass and the Rollers Turn the power off and unplug the power cord from the power outlet. If the document eject tray extension is open, close it. Grasp the upper unit and gently lift it up as far as it will go. Wipe the scanning glass (the shaded portion dry cloth.
  • Page 52: Troubleshooting

    Refer to the troubleshooting section related to the problem that you have encountered. The scanner does not turn on ... P.48 The PC does not recognize the scanner ... P.49 Images are not scanned ... P.51 Documents do not feed properly ... P.51 Resulting scanned images are not correct ...
  • Page 53: The Pc Does Not Recognize The Scanner

    The PC does not recognize the scanner The following are possible causes of the PC failing to recognize the scanner. Check each possible cause. Cause The scanner is not connected correctly. Action Check all of the SCSI cable connections between the scanner, the SCSI host adapter in the PC, and any other SCSI devices connected to the system.
  • Page 54 Refer to the previous section, "The scanner does not turn on," and check to see if the scanner is on. If the scanner is not on, shut down the PC, then turn the scanner on first, and then the PC.
  • Page 55: Images Are Not Scanned

    Is there a problem in the PC system? Notice If the scanner will not respond at all due to a system error, turn the scanner off, wait at least 10 seconds, and then turn the scanner back on again. When you resume scanning, make sure that the last document was scanned correctly.
  • Page 56 Action If the software is set properly for scanning and normal scanning is still not possible, it is possible that the scanner driver or the application software is not running normally. Re-install the scanning driver or the application software. For details on how to install the scanner driver, refer to page 24.
  • Page 57: Specifications

    Single-sided scanning (DR-3080C) Duplex (Back side of a page is scanned with a 256-level grayscale) Desktop color image scanner Width: 2.2 in. to 10.1 in. (55 mm to 257 mm) When using the auto start function, 2.8 in. to 10.1 in. (70 mm to 257 mm) Length: 2.8 in.
  • Page 58: Exchange Roller Kit

    Amount of paper that can be stacked in automatic feeder Interface Other functions Dimensions (with trays closed) Dimensions (with trays open) Weight power supply Power consumption Noise Operating environment The functions described above can be used if they are supported by the application software.
  • Page 59: Index

    Index CapturePerfect 23, 28 Install 26 Cleaning glass 47 main unit 46 rollers 47 Connection interface cable 16 power cord 19 terminator 18 DIP switches position 14 setting 17 Document eject guide attachment 33 Document eject tray extension opening 32 position 13 Document positioning mark adjustment 35...
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