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  • Page 1 MultiPASS 1000 USER’S MANUAL Canon...
  • Page 2 Disclaimer Canon U.S.A., Inc. has reviewed this manual thoroughly to ensure that it will be an easy to use guide to your Canon MultiPASS 1000 Document Processing System. All statements, diagrams, technical information, and recommendations in this manual and in any...
  • Page 3 Trademarks Canon is a registered trademark and MultiPASS is a trademark of Canon Inc. CompuServe is a registered trademark of CompuServe Information Services, Inc. Centronics is a registered trademark of Centronics Data Computer Corporation. Epson is a registered trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation.
  • Page 4: Connection Of The Equipment

    IDDD (INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE IF YOU COMMUNICATE OVERSEAS Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards [e.g., the 2500 (touch tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial) telephones]. A dedicated extension off a PBX unit without “Call Waiting” can be used with your fax unit.
  • Page 5: Rights Of The Telephone Company

    Users should contact Canon Authorized Service Facilities for servicing of equipment. Information regarding Authorized Service Facility locations can be obtained by calling the Canon U.S.A. Consumer Information Center. CANON U.S.A. CONSUMER INFORMATION CENTER RIGHTS OF THE TELEPHONE COMPANY Should the equipment cause harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect service.
  • Page 6: Users In Canada

    DDD (DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE IDDD (INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE IF YOU COMMUNICATE OVERSEAS Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards [e.g., the 2500 (touch tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial) telephones]. A dedicated extension off a PBX unit without “Camp On”...
  • Page 7 Information regarding authorized service facility locations can be obtained by calling the nearest Canon Service Center below. Canon Canada Inc. WESTERN CANADA 2828 16th Street, N.E., Calgary, Alberta T2E 7K7...
  • Page 8 viii Contents...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Before You Begin ... Chapter 1 Features and Benefits ... Using Your Documentation ... Customer Support ... Canon U.S.A..Canon Canada ... Important Safety Instructions ... Chapter 2 Getting Started ... Selecting a Location for Your MultiPASS 1000 ...
  • Page 10 Chapter 4 Preparing Documents and Making Copies ... Preparing Documents ... Feeding Documents ... Adding Pages While Sending ... Making Copies ... Receiving a Fax While Making a Copy ... Adjusting the Paper Cassette for Legal-size Paper ... Chapter 5 Sending Fax Documents ...
  • Page 11 Chapter 7 Receiving Fax Documents ... Receiving Documents Over a Dedicated Fax Line ... Setting Up the MultiPASS 1000 for Dedicated Receiving ... Receiving Documents Automatically Over a Dedicated Fax Line ... Receiving Both Documents and Telephone Calls Over a Shared Fax/Telephone Line ( Setting Up the MultiPASS 1000 for a Shared Line ...
  • Page 12 Chapter 9 Using Special Dialing ... Changing Dialing Systems ... Switching to Pulse Dialing ... Switching to Tone Dialing Temporarily to Access On-line Services ... Using the PAUSE Dialing or Registering Long Distance Numbers ... Connecting Through a Switchboard ... Entering Pauses ...
  • Page 13 Chapter 12 Miscellaneous Printer Operations ... Changing Printer Settings ... Chapter 13 Maintaining the MultiPASS 1000 ... Cleaning the MultiPASS 1000 ... Cleaning the Scanner Components ... Cleaning the Printer Area ... Cleaning the Print Head ... Starting Print Head Cleaning ... Ink Cartridge Guidelines ...
  • Page 14 Contents...
  • Page 15: Before You Begin

    Thank you for purchasing the new Canon MultiPASS Document Processing System. We are sure your MultiPASS 1000 will help you work more efficiently and expand your work capacity. The new MultiPASS 1000 is a complete 6-in-1 desktop system for your home or small office. Your new system provides the following...
  • Page 16 Before you begin setting up your MultiPASS 1000: Read this chapter to learn about your MultiPASS 1000’s features, Canon’s customer support procedures, and operating your new equipment safely. If you used your Quick Start Guide to set up the MultiPASS 1000, be sure to look through Chapter 2 for the additional information it provides.
  • Page 17: Features And Benefits

    Printer features Built-in Bubble Jet printer Two resident printer control modes—Canon BJ mode and ® Epson When using the Canon BJ mode, you can select, among other drivers, the: • IBM • IBM Proprinter X24E/XL24 • IBM Proprinter X24/XL24E Plain paper fax features...
  • Page 18 CCITT #1 Chart, Standard mode Error Correction Mode (ECM) reduces communication errors Sophisticated networking features include broadcasting, polling, confidential sending, restricted receiving, sending to a Canon relay fax Automatic dialing methods include one-touch speed dialing, coded speed dialing, group dialing, expanded dialing, directory dialing...
  • Page 19: Using Your Documentation

    Using Your Documentation The following documentation is supplied with the MultiPASS 1000 to help you use your new document processing system more efficiently. Please read and use the manuals according to your requirements. Quick Start Guide This fold-out card summarizes the steps you follow to unpack and set up your MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 20: Customer Support

    Your Canon MultiPASS 1000 is designed with the latest technology to provide trouble-free operation. The warranty information at the back of this User’s Guide describes Canon’s limited warranty for its products. Be sure to read this warranty information. If you encounter a problem, try to solve it by referring to the information in Chapter 14, Troubleshooting.
  • Page 21: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions Read these safety instructions and refer to them later if you have any questions. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the MultiPASS 1000. Place the MultiPASS 1000 on a level surface. Do not place it on an unstable cart, stand, or table.
  • Page 22 MultiPASS 1000 yourself. Opening and removing interior covers may expose you to dangerous voltage points or other risks. Refer all servicing to a Canon Authorized Service Facility (ASF). 14. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
  • Page 23: Chapter 2 Getting Started

    This chapter describes how to properly set up and start using your MultiPASS 1000. It includes: Selecting a location for your MultiPASS 1000 Unpacking the MultiPASS 1000 Learning the MultiPASS 1000 controls and connections Setting up the MultiPASS 1000 • Attaching the handset •...
  • Page 24: Selecting A Location For Your Multipass 1000

    Selecting a Location for Your MultiPASS 1000 Before you set up your MultiPASS 1000, choose the best location for it. Follow these guidelines: Place the MultiPASS 1000 in a cool, dry, clean, and well ventilated area that is not subject to extreme changes in temperature or humidity.
  • Page 25 Make sure there is enough room around the MultiPASS 1000 for the paper to flow freely into and out of the unit. Also, make sure there is adequate ventilation around the MultiPASS 1000. It requires this much space: 15.5” 7” 17.3”...
  • Page 26: Unpacking The Multipass 1000

    Unpacking the MultiPASS 1000 As you unpack the MultiPASS 1000, save the carton and packing material in case you want to move or ship the unit in the future. Carefully remove all items from the box. It is best to have someone hold the box while you lift the MultiPASS 1000 and its protective packaging out of the carton.
  • Page 27 (A cable less than 6.6 feet is recommended.) Be sure to fill out your Registration card and send it to Canon U.S.A. Also, save your sales receipt for proof of purchase. Chapter 2...
  • Page 28: Removing The Shipping Materials

    Removing the Shipping Materials Remove the two pieces of shipping tape from the printer cover. Remove the two pieces of shipping tape from the printer panel cover. PRINTER COVER PRINTER PANEL COVER Remove the shipping tape and protective piece of cardboard from the paper cassette.
  • Page 29: Learning The Multipass 1000 Controls And Connections

    Learning the MultiPASS 1000 Controls and Connections Before using the MultiPASS 1000, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the components and understand their functions. From the Front RECEIVED DOCUMENT SUPPORT SENDING DOCUMENT SUPPORT AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER (ADF) PRINTER COVER HANDSET HANDSET CORD...
  • Page 30: From The Side

    From the Side TELEPHONE LINE JACK Getting Started BI-DIRECTIONAL PARALLEL PORT HANDSET JACK ANSWERING MACHINE/ EXTENSION TELEPHONE/ MODEM JACK POWER CORD CONNECTOR Chapter 2...
  • Page 31: Handset

    Handset RINGER VOLUME SWITCH Ringer volume switch Use this switch to adjust the volume of the ringer. There are three settings: high, low, and off. Use the tip of a pen to change the position of the ringer volume switch. Chapter 2 HOOK BUTTON HIGH...
  • Page 32: Operation Panel

    Operation Panel PRINT ERROR LIGHT PRINTER LIGHTS PRINTER BUTTON ON LINE PRINT ERROR PRINTER CODED DIAL /DIRECTORY TONE OPER SYMBOLS PAUSE NUMERIC KEYPAD FAX/TELEPHONE OPERATION BUTTONS PRINTER Use this button when you need to perform print head cleaning or you want to print from a non-Windows application. See your Software User’s Guide for details on printing from a non-Windows application.
  • Page 33: Numeric Keypad

    ALARM Flashes when an error occurs, when the MultiPASS 1000 is out of paper or ink, or when received documents are stored in memory. One-touch speed dialing keypad Use these buttons for one-touch speed dialing and to perform special operations. PC interface light Flashes when the computer is accessing the MultiPASS 1000 for scanning or PC faxing.
  • Page 34: Function Buttons And Lights

    Function Buttons and Lights Use these buttons for fax and telephone operations. The lights indicate the status of the MultiPASS 1000. FUNCTION button Use this button with the numeric keypad and the one-touch speed dialing keypad when performing certain operations. You press this button to start most procedures.
  • Page 35: One-Touch Speed Dialing Keypad

    POLLING documents. CONFID. TRANSMISSION documents to another Canon fax machine. RELAY BROADCAST one location through a Canon relay fax machine. REPORT —Press to print out an instruction sheet for basic fax HELP operations. —Press to insert the plus symbol (+) when registering information.
  • Page 36: Fax/Telephone Operation Buttons

    Fax/Telephone Operation Buttons Use these buttons for fax and telephone operations: CODED DIAL/ DIRECTORY Press this button once (followed by a two-digit code) to dial a fax/telephone number registered for coded speed dialing. Press this button twice to search for fax/telephone numbers by the name under which they are registered.
  • Page 37: Setting Up The Multipass 1000

    Setting Up the MultiPASS 1000 Place the main unit of the MultiPASS 1000 on a level surface with plenty of room to work. Attaching the Handset Locate the handset, handset cradle, and two screws shipped with the MultiPASS 1000. Align the handset rest with the two screw openings on the left side of the fax.
  • Page 38: Installing The Paper Cassette

    Set the handset in the handset cradle. Connect the handset to the handset jack marked Installing the Paper Cassette Before you install the paper cassette, you’ll want to load it with a stack of paper. For the best quality printing, use white copier paper or 20 lb cotton bond paper.
  • Page 39 Open the cover on the paper cassette. Make sure the cover is open all the way. This lowers the metal paper rest on the bottom of the paper cassette. Chapter 2 2-17 Getting Started...
  • Page 40 6. Insert the stack of paper into the paper cassette with the printable surface face up. Make sure the paper goes all the way in. Press down on the four corners of the stack of paper to make sure it is flat in the cassette. Close the cover on the paper cassette.
  • Page 41 Check the MultiPASS 1000 making sure the slot for the paper cassette is clear. Make sure the area is free of any jammed paper. 10. Align the paper cassette with the slot on the bottom of the MultiPASS 1000 and slowly press it all the way into the slot. Always grip the paper cassette by its handle.
  • Page 42: Connecting The Telephone Line

    Connecting the Telephone Line Connect the telephone line to the line jack Connect the other end of the line to your telephone jack. Attaching the Parallel Cable Your MultiPASS 1000 has an 8-bit, bi-directional, parallel interface port, which allows you to use it with IBM PCs and compatible computers.
  • Page 43 To connect the MultiPASS 1000 to the host computer, follow these steps: Make sure the computer is turned off. Connect the parallel cable. Align the cable connector with the interface port so the shapes match. Gently press the cable connector into the port. Secure the cable connector by snapping the two wire clips (located on the sides of the port) into the cable connector.
  • Page 44: Attaching The Power Cord

    Attaching the Power Cord Use only the power cord that came with the MultiPASS 1000. Using a longer cord or an extension cord may result in reduced voltage or malfunctions. When unplugging the power cord, always remove it by holding the plug and not the cord. Make sure no appliances that can cause electrical noise are on the same outlet.
  • Page 45: Installing The Ink Cartridge

    Installing the Ink Cartridge The MultiPASS 1000 comes with one Canon BX-2 ink cartridge. You can use the BX-2 ink cartridge or a Canon BC-02 ink cartridge with your MultiPASS 1000. To install the ink cartridge, follow these steps: Make sure the MultiPASS 1000 is plugged in.
  • Page 46 Pull the green lever on the cartridge holder forward towards the front of the unit (to the open position). Take the ink cartridge out of its box and remove the protective packaging from the cartridge. Lift off the orange cap from the print head and remove the orange tape.
  • Page 47 Push the green lever up and back until it locks the ink cartridge into place. The ink cartridge will align automatically as you press the lever back. Make sure the ink cartridge is secure. Close the printer cover. Do not move the ink cartridge holder. Attempting to do so may damage the print mechanism.
  • Page 48 Cleaning the print head You must clean the print head on a new BX-2 or BC-02 ink cartridge to ensure the best possible print quality. Turn on the printer. Press the Make sure the printer light comes on. Make sure the printer is on-line. ON LINE Open the printer panel cover.
  • Page 49: Attaching The Document Supports

    Attaching the Document Supports Now that the ink cartridge is installed, you can attach the received document support and the sending document support. The tabs on the received document support fit into the slots toward the back of the MultiPASS 1000. The support then rests on the MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 50 The tab on the sending document support fits into the slot above the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) on the MultiPASS 1000. The support then rests on the MultiPASS 1000. 2-28 Getting Started SENDING DOCUMENT SUPPORT Chapter 2...
  • Page 51: Attaching The One-Touch Speed Dialing Faceplate

    Attaching the One-touch Speed Dialing Faceplate Attach the faceplate for the one-touch speed dialing keypad over the dialing buttons. It fits only one way—the tabs on the faceplate fit into slots on the MultiPASS 1000. Be sure to put the faceplate for the one-touch speed dialing keypad on the MultiPASS 1000;...
  • Page 52: Testing The Multipass 1000

    Testing the MultiPASS 1000 Now that the MultiPASS 1000 is set up, you’ll want to test it by printing a help list. Printing the Help List The fastest way to test the MultiPASS 1000 is to print a help list that is built into the system.
  • Page 53: Chapter 3 Registering Information In The Multipass 1000

    This chapter describes how to register information in your MultiPASS 1000. It includes: Registering guidelines • Using the menu system • Entering numbers • Entering names during registration Personalizing your MultiPASS 1000 • Identifying your documents • Setting the date and time •...
  • Page 54: Using The Menu System

    Using the Menu System The MultiPASS 1000 includes a menu system that you use to register information and select fax, telephone, and printer operations. The main menu includes these items: 1.TEL REGISTRATION 2.USER SETTINGS 3.REPORT SETTINGS 4.TX SETTINGS For a complete description of the menu structure, see Appendix B, Menu System Summary.
  • Page 55: Entering A Number

    When the operation is complete, press Registration ends and the fax returns to standby mode. Entering a Number Whenever you are prompted to enter a fax number or a telephone number, follow these procedures. Use the numeric keypad to enter the number. TEL= You can enter up to 20 digits for a fax number, 32 digits for a speed dialing number, or 118 digits for an expanded dialing...
  • Page 56: Entering A Name

    Entering a Name Whenever you register a fax number or a telephone number, you can assign a name to that number. To enter a name from the operation panel, you use the numeric keypad to create alphanumeric characters. When entering a name, you will normally see a prompt similar to this: The :A prompt indicates that you are to enter letters and symbols.
  • Page 57 To enter the identifying name, you use the numeric keypad: Use the chart below to determine which number to press for each character: To enter ABCabc DEFdef GHIghi JKLjkl MNOmno First press the numeric button corresponding to the character you want. Press the numeric button repeatedly until the character you want appears in the display.
  • Page 58: Personalizing Your Multipass 1000

    NAME Dear Canon Customer: THE NAME OF THE PARTY Thank you for purchasing the new Canon MultiPASS 1000 Document Processing WHO IS RECEIVING THE System. We are sure your new system will help you work more efficiently and expand your work capacity.
  • Page 59: Setting The Date And Time

    Setting the Date and Time Follow the steps below to set the date and time for your MultiPASS 1000. The date and time appear in the LCD display as well as on the documents you send. Press FUNCTION SELECT MENU Press SELECT MENU Press...
  • Page 60: Registering Your Fax Number

    Press Press Registering Your Fax Number Follow the steps below so that your fax number appears on the top of each document you send. Press Press Press Press the arrow buttons until the following appears: < > Press Registering Information in the MultiPASS 1000 START/COPY STOP FUNCTION...
  • Page 61 Use the numeric keypad to enter your fax number. ENTER YOUR TEL TEL = 19876543211 You can enter up to 20 digits. Do not enter dashes, slashes, commas, or other punctuation. Use the one-touch speed dialing keypad as follows: MEMOR Y DELA YED DELA YED POLLING...
  • Page 62: Registering Your Name

    Registering Your Name Follow the steps below so that your name and/or company name appears on the top of each document you send. Press Press Press Press the arrow buttons until the following appears: < > Press The :A prompt indicates that you are to enter letters and symbols.
  • Page 63 Using the numeric keypad and the chart below, enter your name and/or company name by pressing the buttons on the numeric keypad. To enter ABCabc DEFdef GHIghi JKLjkl MNOmno First press the numeric button corresponding to the character you want. Press the numeric button repeatedly until the character you want appears in the display.
  • Page 64 Repeat steps 6 and 7 until the entire name appears in the display: Press 10. Press 3-12 Registering Information in the MultiPASS 1000 to move the cursor to the right, or press > USER NAME USER NAME CANON USA START/COPY STOP to move the < Chapter 3...
  • Page 65: Customizing The Multipass 1000 Operations

    Customizing the MultiPASS 1000 Operations The following sections describe features of your MultiPASS 1000 that you can change to meet your individual needs. Customizing Your ID You can customize your ID (also known as TTI for Transmit Terminal Identifier) using the following TX TERMINAL ID You can specify whether or not to print the ID (or TTI).
  • Page 66 Press < > Press the arrow buttons until the following appears: Press < > Press the arrow buttons to display the item you want to change. TX TERMINAL ID TTI POSITION TTI MARKER Press option you select. For example: Press the arrow buttons to display the selection you want to <...
  • Page 67: Customizing The Lcd Display

    Press START/COPY TX TERMINAL ID DATA ENTRY OK 10. If you want to change other settings, start again from step 6. Otherwise press Customizing the LCD Display Use the following procedure to: Format the date shown on the display Choose the language of the display and reports Set the display brightness The following items are found in the DATE SETUP...
  • Page 68: Customizing Multipass 1000 Sounds

    Press < > Press the arrow buttons to display the item you want to change. For example: Press Press the arrow buttons to select a setting. For example: < > Press If you want to change other settings, start again from step 4. Otherwise press Customizing MultiPASS 1000 Sounds You can vary the different sounds and sound levels used by the...
  • Page 69 You’ll find the following items in the OFF HOOK ALARM Turns the off hook alarm on and off HOLD MELODY Turns the hold melody on and off VOLUME CONTROL Changes the volume of the MultiPASS 1000 ring (separate from the volume of the handset), alarm sound, and keypad touch sound CALLING VOLUME ALARM VOLUME...
  • Page 70 Press < > Press the arrow buttons to display the item you want to change. For example: Press option you select; for example: Press the arrow buttons to select a setting. For example: < > Press If you are changing one of the <...
  • Page 71: Chapter 4 Preparing Documents And Making Copies

    This chapter explains how to prepare your documents and then feed them into the MultiPASS 1000. It also describes how to make copies. It includes: Preparing documents Feeding documents • Adding pages while sending Making copies • Receiving while making a copy Adjusting the paper cassette for legal-size paper Preparing Documents Follow these guidelines to prepare your documents:...
  • Page 72 Do not attempt to feed the following types of documents into the MultiPASS 1000: Wrinkled or creased paper Curled or rolled paper Torn paper Carbon paper or carbon-backed paper Coated paper Glossy pictures Onion-skin or thin paper Envelopes These types of paper may cause jams. You can automatically feed paper that is between 0.002 and 0.005 inches (0.06 and 0.13 mm) thick.
  • Page 73: Feeding Documents

    Feeding Documents You can stack up to 30 sheets of paper in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). You can specify the resolution of the document you are sending using the DOCUMENT TYPE OF DOCUMENT Use this setting for special documents, such as photographs or blue prints.
  • Page 74 Insert the document face-down into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) until you hear a beep. Insert the top of the page first (for example, your letterhead). You can stack up to 30 sheets of letter-size paper at one time. Press the arrow buttons to change the density setting for the <...
  • Page 75: Adding Pages While Sending

    Adding Pages While Sending If you want to add pages while the MultiPASS 1000 is sending a document, insert the first new page so it overlaps the last page by about 3/4 inch (2 cm). Wait until the last page is being fed into the MultiPASS 1000 before you add new pages.
  • Page 76: Making Copies

    Making Copies One of the great features of your MultiPASS 1000 is its ability to make high quality copies. You can make up to 99 copies of one document at a time. You cannot copy if the handset is off the hook. Any dust or foreign matter on the document scanning glass will lower the quality of the image.
  • Page 77 Press START/COPY When you press number, the LCD displays: COPY COPY PAGE To make a single copy, press 3. To make multiple copies, use the numeric keypad to enter the number of copies. The MultiPASS 1000 can make up to 99 copies at one time. If you make a mistake when entering the number, press CLEAR the number again.
  • Page 78: Receiving A Fax While Making A Copy

    Receiving a Fax While Making a Copy If someone tries to send you a document while the MultiPASS 1000 is copying, follow these steps to receive the document: Press Wait for the print head to stop moving (if necessary). Gently open the operation panel. Do not force it;...
  • Page 79: Adjusting The Paper Cassette For Legal-Size Paper

    Adjusting the Paper Cassette for Legal-size Paper The paper cassette that comes with the MultiPASS 1000 supports both letter-size and legal-size paper. To load legal-size paper in the paper cassette, follow these steps: Remove the paper cassette from the MultiPASS 1000. Open the cover on the paper cassette and remove any paper from the cassette.
  • Page 80 Grip the handle on the front of the cassette and pull out the cassette’s extension. Align the second set of holes on the cassette’s extension with the holes in the bottom of the cassette and insert the two screws. Secure the screws by turning them clockwise. 4-10 Preparing Documents and Making Copies Chapter 4...
  • Page 81 Remove the cover from the paper cassette. Grip the sides of the cover near the paper cassette and gently press in on the plastic. Lift the cover off the paper cassette. Chapter 4 Preparing Documents and Making Copies 4-11...
  • Page 82 Align the tabs on the side of the cover with the slots on the side of the paper cassette (closer to the front of the cassette). Again, press in slightly on the plastic to fit the tabs into the slots on the paper cassette. Close the cover.
  • Page 83: Chapter 5 Sending Fax Documents

    This chapter explains how to send fax documents with your MultiPASS 1000. It includes: Sending a document using regular dialing Sending a document directly Sending a document from memory Sending procedures • Sending large documents • Customizing the transmission mode •...
  • Page 84: Sending A Document Using Regular Dialing

    Sending a Document Using Regular Dialing You can use regular dialing to enter a fax number that you have not registered for one of the automatic dialing methods. Feed the document face-down into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). The LCD displays the density control box for a few seconds: Sending Fax Documents Chapter 5...
  • Page 85 Press the arrow keys to change the density. < > Press the image. DOCUMENT READY 3. Dial the number of the receiving fax. TEL = Use the numeric keypad to enter the number. See page 3-3 for details. Press START/COPY The MultiPASS 1000 begins sending the document.
  • Page 86: Sending A Document Directly

    Sending a Document Directly To scan and transmit a document one page at a time without first storing it in memory, follow the steps below. This procedure is called “direct sending.” Feed the document face-down into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). The LCD displays the density control box for a few seconds: Sending Fax Documents...
  • Page 87 Press the arrow keys to change the density. < > Press image. DOCUMENT READY 3. Dial the number of the receiving fax. TEL = Use the numeric keypad to enter the number. See page 3-3 for details. You can also use any of the automatic dialing methods described in Chapter 6, Using Automatic Dialing.
  • Page 88: Sending A Document From Memory

    Sending a Document from Memory You can use memory sending to send your document. With memory sending, the MultiPASS 1000 quickly scans the document into memory. Then, after it dials the receiving party, it sends the document from memory. This means you do not have to wait for the MultiPASS 1000 to finish sending before you can retrieve your original document.
  • Page 89 To send a document from memory, follow these steps: Feed the document face-down into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). The LCD displays: DOCUMENT READY Press FUNCTION SELECT MENU Press MEMORY TRANSMISSION DOCUMENT READY MEMORY Chapter 5 Sending Fax Documents...
  • Page 90 4. Dial the number of the receiving fax. Use the numeric keypad to enter the number. See page 3-3 for details. You can also use any of the automatic dialing methods described in Chapter 6, Using Automatic Dialing. Press The MultiPASS 1000 scans the document into memory. The LCD displays: Sending Fax Documents TEL = 9876543333...
  • Page 91 After scanning the document into memory, the MultiPASS 1000 dials the fax number and sends the document. TRANSMITTING OK The MultiPASS 1000 beeps once to indicate that the document has been sent successfully. After the document is sent, it is erased from memory. If an error occurs during sending, the MultiPASS 1000 beeps intermittently for a few seconds.
  • Page 92: Sending Procedures

    This allows you to select the initial transmission speed, the long distance setting, and whether you want to send the document confidentially or to a Canon relay fax machine. Regular sending is the default. This starting speed is the speed at which the MultiPASS 1000 first tries to send a document over the telephone line.
  • Page 93: Transmitting The Document

    Choosing 0, For details on how to send a document, either confidentially or to a Canon relay fax machine, see Chapter 10, Special Sending Procedures. Transmitting the Document When the MultiPASS 1000 begins sending the document, the LCD...
  • Page 94: Selecting Document Settings

    Selecting Document Settings You can use the MultiPASS 1000’s document type and to change the default density setting used by the MultiPASS 1000. Type of Document Before using the panel, you must select a document type through the SETTINGS different document types: HALFTONE For documents containing intermediate tones, such as a photograph.
  • Page 95 Follow these steps: Press FUNCTION SELECT MENU Press SELECT MENU Press START/COPY USER SETTINGS Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears: < > USER SETTINGS Press START/COPY TYPE OF DOCUMENT Press the arrow buttons to select the type of document image <...
  • Page 96: Density Control

    Density Control Each time you feed a document into the MultiPASS 1000, the default density setting of setting if you normally send documents that require a lighter or darker setting. The new setting remains in effect until you change it. The density control box looks like this: There are seven settings, from darker the image.
  • Page 97: Setting Up Special Transmission Procedures

    Press START/COPY Press the arrow buttons to select the density you use most < > often. Press START/COPY DENSITY CONTROL DATA ENTRY OK Press STOP Setting Up Special Transmission Procedures TX SETTINGS for ECM sending and auto redial. ECM Sending Your MultiPASS 1000 incorporates Error Correction Mode (ECM), an automatic feature that greatly reduces system and line errors when sending documents.
  • Page 98 Keep in mind that even with ECM operating, line errors may occasionally occur. If you communicate over a telephone line affected by line noise, transmitting time may be slightly slower with the ECM feature on. In this case, you can decrease the transmitting time by turning off the ECM feature.
  • Page 99: Auto Redial

    Auto Redial You can turn the auto redial feature on or off. Auto redial is the ability of your MultiPASS 1000 to redial a number if the line is busy or there is no answer. If you want auto redial on, you can set the amount of time the MultiPASS 1000 waits before redialing and the number of times the MultiPASS 1000 redials.
  • Page 100 Press If you turned on the following steps. Otherwise, go to step 13. 9. Use the numeric keypad to enter the number of times (between 10. Press 11. Use the numeric keypad to enter the time in minutes (between 12. Press 13.
  • Page 101: Customizing The Transmission Speed

    Customizing the Transmission Speed Use the following procedure to set the starting speed when sending documents. The following item is found in the TX START SPEED Changes the initial sending speed the MultiPASS 1000 uses to send documents. (If the quality of the telephone line is poor such that the connection cannot be made at a fast speed, the MultiPASS 1000 automatically reduces the speed until it makes the connection.)
  • Page 102 < > Press the arrow buttons to select a setting. For example: Press If you want to change other settings, start again from step 4. Otherwise press 5-20 Sending Fax Documents TX START SPEED 4800 bps START/COPY TX START SPEED DATA ENTRY OK STOP Chapter 5...
  • Page 103: Using Automatic Dialing

    The MultiPASS 1000 gives you several time-saving features that allow you to send documents and make calls with the touch of one or three buttons. This chapter describes how to make fax and telephone calls using these automatic dialing methods: One-touch speed dialing Coded speed dialing Group dialing...
  • Page 104 Press To register a fax number, press < > Press the arrow buttons until you see the one-touch speed dialing number for which you want to register a fax number If a number is already registered for this one-touch speed dialing button, the LCD displays the number.
  • Page 105: Sending A Document Using One-Touch Speed Dialing

    If you want to set the sending speed and long distance setting, see Chapter 5, Sending Fax Documents. To send the document confidentially or to a Canon relay fax machine, see Chapter 10, Special Sending Procedures. 11. If you want to enter additional one-touch speed dialing fax numbers, start again with step 5.
  • Page 106: Registering Your Most Frequently Called Telephone Numbers

    If you make a mistake by pressing the wrong one-touch speed dialing button, press correct one-touch speed dialing button. If the error and press Troubleshooting. Registering Your Most Frequently Called Telephone Numbers To register your most frequently called telephone numbers in memory, follow these steps: Press Press...
  • Page 107 Press the arrow buttons until you see the one-touch speed < > dialing number for which you want to register a telephone number ( 1-TOUCH SPD TEL T01= If a number is already registered for this one-touch speed dialing button, the LCD displays the number. Use the numeric keypad to enter the telephone number.
  • Page 108: Making A One-Touch Speed Dialing Telephone Call

    If you make a mistake by pressing the wrong one-touch speed dialing button, press Using Automatic Dialing or lift up the handset. ON HOOK TEL= 12345678900 T01 CANON PHONE STOP NO TEL # . Then go back to step 1. Chapter 6...
  • Page 109: Using Coded Speed Dialing Numbers

    Using Coded Speed Dialing Numbers To dial a telephone number at the press of three buttons, use coded speed dialing. Each two-digit coded speed dialing number can contain either a fax number or a telephone number. Registering Coded Speed Dialing Numbers You can register up to 80 locations with each number containing up to 32 digits.
  • Page 110 < > sending speed, and the long distance setting, and/or select to send the fax confidentially or to a Canon relay fax machine. For now, press If you want to set the sending speed and the long distance setting, see Chapter 5, Sending Fax Documents.
  • Page 111: Using Coded Speed Dialing For Fax Numbers

    Using Coded Speed Dialing for Fax Numbers Place the document face down in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). DOCUMENT READY Press the operation panel. Use the numeric keypad to enter the appropriate two-digit coded speed dialing code. TEL= If no number is registered for the code you entered, the LCD display shows the pressed the correct buttons and that the number you want to dial is registered correctly.
  • Page 112: Using Group Dialing

    You can use group dialing to Send to more than one destination Send to multiple destinations through Canon relay fax machines Send confidential documents Registering Group Dialing Numbers...
  • Page 113 Press START/COPY GROUP DIAL F01=1-TOUCH SPD DIAL Press the arrow buttons until the number of the one-touch < > speed dialing button or the two-digit code you want to register as a group appears. The MultiPASS 1000 tells you if a number is assigned to another type of dialing method.
  • Page 114: Sending A Document Using Group Dialing

    The MultiPASS 1000 automatically scans the document into memory. 6-12 Using Automatic Dialing START/COPY GROUP DIAL NAME DATA ENTRY OK DOCUMENT READY CODED DIAL/DIRECTORY TEL=GROUP DIAL F08 CANON GROUP TRANSMIT 0001 MEMORY INPUT P.OO1 STOP button followed by the Chapter 6...
  • Page 115: Changing A Group Dialing Number

    After scanning the document into memory, the MultiPASS 1000 automatically dials each number in the group. It dials the numbers in the order that you registered them. If there is no group registered under the one-touch speed dialing button or two-digit code, the LCD displays the message.
  • Page 116 < > If you want to erase one-touch or coded speed dialing numbers from the group, first press the arrow buttons to locate the number you want to erase. Then press Press If you want to change the name of the group, enter the new name now;...
  • Page 117: Using Expanded Dialing

    Using Expanded Dialing To dial a long fax number (up to 118 digits) at the touch of one to three buttons, use expanded dialing. You can register each entry under a one-touch or coded speed dialing number. Registering Expanded Dialing Numbers To dial a long fax number (up to 118 digits) at the touch of one to three buttons, use expanded dialing.
  • Page 118: Sending A Document Using Expanded Dialing

    Press Use the numeric keypad to enter the fax number. See page 3-3 for details. Press 10. Use the numeric keypad to enter the name. See page 3-4 for details. You can enter up to 16 characters. 11. Press 12. Press Sending a Document Using Expanded Dialing Place the document in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
  • Page 119: Using Directory Dialing

    Using Directory Dialing To dial any fax or telephone number that is registered for one- touch or coded speed dialing, you can use directory dialing. Directory dialing is similar to using a telephone book because it allows you to look up a number by the name under which it is registered.
  • Page 120 6-18 Using Automatic Dialing Chapter 6...
  • Page 121: Chapter 7 Receiving Fax Documents

    This chapter explains how to receive fax documents with your MultiPASS 1000. It includes: Receiving documents over a dedicated fax line Receiving both documents and telephone calls over a shared fax/telephone line ( Receiving documents in memory Receiving documents manually Receiving documents using an extension telephone Customizing the receiving operations •...
  • Page 122: Receiving Documents Over A Dedicated Fax Line

    Receiving Documents Over a Dedicated Fax Line The MultiPASS 1000 is set up at the factory for both fax transmission and telephone calls. If you have a dedicated fax line, you need to set the MultiPASS 1000 for dedicated receiving. Setting Up the MultiPASS 1000 for Dedicated Receiving When you set the MultiPASS 1000 for dedicated receiving, the unit picks up each call after two rings and automatically treats the call...
  • Page 123: Receiving Documents Automatically Over A Dedicated Fax Line

    Press the arrow buttons to change the setting to < > FAX/TEL SWITCH Press START/COPY FAX/TEL SWITCH DATA ENTRY OK Press STOP Receiving Documents Automatically Over a Dedicated Fax Line When the MultiPASS 1000 is set up for a dedicated line, it automatically receives documents whenever a call comes over the fax line.
  • Page 124: Receiving Both Documents And Telephone Calls Over A Shared Fax/Telephone Line (Fax/Tel Switch)

    Receiving Both Documents and Telephone Calls Over a Shared Fax/Telephone Line (FAX/TEL SWITCH) If you have only one phone line in your office, you can set up the MultiPASS 1000 to receive both documents and telephone calls. Setting Up the MultiPASS 1000 for a Shared Line The MultiPASS 1000 is automatically set up (at the factory) for a shared line.
  • Page 125: Receiving Both Documents And Telephone Calls Automatically

    Press START/COPY FAX/TEL SWITCH Press the arrow buttons to change the setting to < > FAX/TEL SWITCH Press START/COPY FAX/TEL SWITCH DATA ENTRY OK Press STOP Receiving Both Documents and Telephone Calls Automatically You can set the MultiPASS 1000 to monitor all incoming calls over the fax/telephone line.
  • Page 126 If the does not ring when it receives a call from another fax machine that is trying to send a document. This is so that you are not disturbed when your MultiPASS 1000 is communicating with another fax machine. The MultiPASS 1000 automatically receives the document.
  • Page 127: Receiving Documents In Memory

    Receiving Documents in Memory When the MultiPASS 1000 is set for automatic receiving and the paper or ink runs out, the unit stores incoming documents in memory. The MultiPASS 1000 can store up to 70 letter-size pages (based on CCITT #1 Chart). When the MultiPASS 1000 receives documents in memory, you see one of the following messages and you must perform one of the following actions:...
  • Page 128: Receiving A Pc Fax Document In Memory

    Receiving a PC Fax Document in Memory You can use your MultiPASS 1000 as a PC fax through the MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows. See your Software User’s Guide for details. Through the desktop manager, you can set up the MultiPASS 1000 to upload received documents to your computer.
  • Page 129: Receiving Documents Manually

    Receiving Documents Manually You may want to set the MultiPASS 1000 to receive documents manually in the following cases: You want to receive a document while you print reports, register information, or use the MultiPASS 1000 as a computer printer. You want to personally check each incoming call to see if it is from a fax or from a person.
  • Page 130: Setting The Multipass 1000 To Switch Automatically From Manual To Automatic Receiving

    Setting the MultiPASS 1000 to Switch Automatically from Manual to Automatic Receiving To prevent you from missing incoming documents when the MultiPASS 1000 is set to manual receiving, you can set the unit to automatically answer the phone and switch to automatic receiving after it rings for a certain amount of time.
  • Page 131 Press the arrow buttons until < > If you want to turn this feature off, press the arrow buttons until Press START/COPY RING TIME Use the numeric keypad to enter how many seconds (from ) you want the MultiPASS 1000 to ring before switching to automatic receiving and answering the telephone.
  • Page 132: Receiving Documents Manually Using An Extension Telephone

    Receiving Documents Manually Using an Extension Telephone If your extension telephone is connected to the MultiPASS 1000 but is not located near the unit, you can activate reception of a document manually by answering the extension telephone without physically touching the MultiPASS 1000. For this feature, you must be using a touch-tone extension telephone, and it must be plugged into the telephone jack of the MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 133 Press START/COPY REMOTE RX Press the arrow buttons until < > REMOTE RX Press START/COPY REMOTE RX ID 8. Use the numeric keypad to enter the remote receiving (RX) ID number. REMOTE RX ID The remote receiving ID is the number you enter from the extension telephone to start the remote receiving operation.
  • Page 134: Receiving A Document Manually Using The Extension Telephone

    Receiving a Document Manually Using the Extension Telephone You can activate reception of a fax manually by using the remote receiving ID on your extension telephone. The extension telephone must be connected to the MultiPASS 1000 and must be a touch-tone phone. Make sure that you have connected the extension telephone to the MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 135: Customized Receiving Operations

    Customized Receiving Operations The following sections describe various receiving operations you can customize using the MultiPASS 1000 menu system. Receiving Oversized Documents To receive a document longer than the paper installed in your paper cassette, you can set the MultiPASS 1000 to reduce the received document and select how the document is reduced (vertically or proportionally).
  • Page 136 < > Press the arrow buttons unti the following display appears. Press < > Press the arrow buttons until Press < > Press the arrow buttons to select the item you want to change. For example: Press 10. Press the arrow buttons to select the setting. For example: <...
  • Page 137: Setting Up Special Receiving Features

    12. To set the other reduction feature, begin again from step 8. Otherwise, press If you set RX REDUCTION one page, the MultiPASS 1000 may print an extra blank page after receiving the document. Setting Up Special Receiving Features Using the RX SETTINGS turn the following features on or off to suit your particular needs, including:...
  • Page 138: Incoming Ring

    Press < > Press the arrow buttons until the item you wish to change appears. 1.ECM RX 3.INCOMING RING 7.MEMORY RX 8.MEMORY RX ALARM 9.RX PAGE FOOTER Press < > Press the arrow buttons until Press If you want to change other receiving features, begin from step 4.
  • Page 139 Press SELECT MENU Press START/COPY RX SETTINGS < > Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. RX SETTINGS Press START/COPY INCOMING RING Press the arrow buttons until < > INCOMING RING Press START/COPY RING COUNT 8. Use the numeric keypad to enter the number of times (from ) you want the MultiPASS 1000 to ring.
  • Page 140: Customizing The Fax/Tel Switch Feature

    The following table shows how this function works with the FAX/TEL SWITCH Settings FAX/TEL SWITCH = OFF INCOMING RING = OFF FAX/TEL SWITCH = ON INCOMING RING = OFF FAX/TEL SWITCH = OFF INCOMING RING = ON FAX/TEL SWITCH = ON INCOMING RING = ON Customizing the FAX / TEL SWITCH Feature When you plan to use the MultiPASS 1000 for both fax...
  • Page 141 F/T SWITCH ACTION If you set this option to handset when another party tries to call you, the MultiPASS 1000 switches to automatic receiving. This feature keeps you from missing incoming documents if your MultiPASS 1000 is unable to detect a fax signal when the other party tries to send a document.
  • Page 142: Restricting Incoming Documents

    < > Press the arrow buttons until the item you wish to change appears. 1.RING START TIME 2.F/T RING TIME 3.F/T SWITCH ACTION Press Make your selection in one of two ways: Use the numeric keypad to enter the number of seconds. Use the arrow buttons to change settings.
  • Page 143: Customizing The Receiving Speed

    Press START/COPY SYSTEM SETTINGS Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. < > SYSTEM SETTINGS Press START/COPY RX RESTRICTION < > Press the arrow buttons until RX RESTRICTION Press START/COPY RX RESTRICTION DATA ENTRY OK Press STOP Customizing the Receiving Speed Use the following procedure to set the starting speed when receiving documents.
  • Page 144 Follow these steps to change the speed: Press Press Press Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. < > Press Press the arrow buttons to select a setting. For example: < > Press Press 7-24 Receiving Fax Documents FUNCTION SELECT MENU SELECT MENU...
  • Page 145: Chapter 8 Using The Telephone, An Answering Machine, And A Modem

    Answering Machine, and a Modem You can use the MultiPASS 1000 for telephone calls in one of three ways: by itself with its built-in handset and keypad to make telephone calls, with an answering machine connected to receive phone messages, or with an extension telephone connected to make calls or use for remote receiving.
  • Page 146: Making A One-Touch Speed Dial Telephone Call

    Using the Telephone, an Answering Machine, and a Modem or lift up the handset. ON HOOK TEL= 12345678900 T01 CANON PHONE . Make sure you pressed the correct one-touch STOP FAX/TEL SWITCH button. ANS HOOK UP/MANUAL ANS HOOK UP .
  • Page 147: Placing A Call On Hold

    When a call comes in, the MultiPASS 1000 checks to see if the call is from a telephone or fax machine. If the call is from a telephone, the machine rings to alert you and the LCD displays: TALK If you do not pick up the handset within 22 seconds, the ringing stops.
  • Page 148: Using An Answering Machine Connected To The Multipass 1000

    Using an Answering Machine Connected to the MultiPASS 1000 You can connect an answering machine to the MultiPASS 1000 to enable you to receive telephone messages as well as documents when you are away from your office. All incoming calls go first to the answering machine.
  • Page 149: Connecting The Answering Machine

    Connecting the Answering Machine Connect the answering machine to the telephone jack marked If you have already connected an extension telephone to the MultiPASS 1000, you must unplug it to connect the answering machine. To connect both an answering machine and an extension telephone to the MultiPASS 1000, you must connect the telephone to the answering machine.
  • Page 150: Turning On Automatic Receiving For Messages And Documents

    Turning on Automatic Receiving for Messages and Documents To set the MultiPASS 1000 to allow callers to leave a message and send documents when you are away from your office, follow these steps: Make sure the answering machine is properly connected to the MultiPASS 1000 (see page 8-5).
  • Page 151: Adjusting The Multipass 1000 For Different Types Of Answering Machines

    Adjusting the MultiPASS 1000 for Different Types of Answering Machines When you use the MultiPASS 1000 with an answering machine, the MultiPASS 1000 automatically switches to automatic receiving after a caller leaves a message. This allows the caller to send a document after leaving a message.
  • Page 152 Press Press the numeric buttons to enter the number of seconds you want the MultiPASS 1000 to wait before switching to automatic receiving. You can choose from 1 to 99 seconds. The number of seconds you choose must be less than the time it takes the answering machine to hang up the phone after the caller finishes leaving a message.
  • Page 153: Using An Extension Telephone Connected To The Multipass 1000

    Using an Extension Telephone Connected to the MultiPASS 1000 You can connect an extension phone to the MultiPASS 1000 and use it to make and receive phone calls. Connecting the Extension Telephone If you have already connected an answering machine to the telephone jack, you must unplug it to connect an extension telephone to this jack.
  • Page 154: Calling With The Extension Telephone

    Calling with the Extension Telephone Lift the handset. When you hear the dial tone, dial the number you wish to call. Receiving Calls and Documents Automatically with the Extension Telephone You can receive phone calls and documents with the extension telephone connected exactly as if you were using the handset of the MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 155: Avoiding Conflict Between Fax And Data Communications

    Avoiding Conflict Between Fax and Data Communications When you are using your data modem for communications, the MultiPASS 1000 recognizes that the line is busy and does not attempt to use the line to start fax communication. However, when the MultiPASS 1000 is in a fax communication, the data modem cannot recognize that the line is being used by the MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 156 8-12 Using the Telephone, an Answering Machine, and a Modem Chapter 8...
  • Page 157: Using Special Dialing

    This chapter helps you: Change dialing systems depending upon your access needs. Learn where and how to insert pauses when dialing telephone and fax numbers or connecting through a switchboard. Use a distinctive ringing pattern (DRP) service. This chapter includes: Changing dialing systems •...
  • Page 158: Changing Dialing Systems

    Changing Dialing Systems There are two dialing systems: touch-tone and rotary pulse. If you need to switch to pulse from the factory-set tone setting, use the procedure described in the following section. If you are unsure what type of dialing setting to use, contact your local telephone company.
  • Page 159: Switching To Tone Dialing Temporarily To Access On-Line Services

    Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. < > TEL LINE TYPE Press START/COPY TEL LINE TYPE DATA ENTRY OK Press STOP Switching to Tone Dialing Temporarily to Access On-line Services If your telephone system uses pulse dialing, you can still use on- line services that require tone dialing to make selections.
  • Page 160: Using The Pause Button

    Using the PAUSE Button In certain cases, to dial long distance numbers and to dial through a switchboard, you must enter a pause using the Dialing or Registering Long Distance Numbers When dialing or registering long distance fax/telephone numbers, you sometimes need to insert a pause. The location of the pause and the actual pause time differ depending on the telephone number being dialed and the telephone network in which you are communicating.
  • Page 161: Changing The Length Of The Pause Time

    Changing the Length of the Pause Time To change the length of the pauses that you enter within a telephone number by pressing the Press FUNCTION SELECT MENU Press SELECT MENU Press START/COPY TX SETTINGS Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. <...
  • Page 162: Using The Multipass 1000 With Distinctive Ringing Pattern (Drp) Service

    Using the MultiPASS 1000 with Distinctive Ringing Pattern (DRP) Service Some phone companies offer a distinctive ringing pattern (DRP) service whereby they assign two or more telephone numbers with distinctive ringing patterns to an existing single telephone line. If your phone company offers such a service, you can have both a fax number(s) and a telephone number(s) for your MultiPASS 1000 using only one telephone line.
  • Page 163 To set the MultiPASS 1000 to ring in different ways with DRP service, follow these steps: Press FUNCTION SELECT MENU Press SELECT MENU Press START/COPY RX SETTINGS Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. < > RX SETTINGS 10.
  • Page 164 < > Press the arrow buttons until the type of ringing pattern you want to set appears. Choose from: 1.NORMAL RING 2.DOUBLE RING 3.SHORT-SHORT-LONG 4.SHORT-LONG-SHORT 5.OTHER RING TYPE Press < > 10. Press the arrow buttons until the communication type you wish to assign to the ring pattern just selected appears.
  • Page 165: Communicating Using The Distinctive Ringing Pattern Detector (Drpd) Feature

    Communicating Using the Distinctive Ringing Pattern Detector (DRPD) Feature Using the MultiPASS 1000 with a DRP service is almost the same as using it with a normal telephone line. When you receive calls, however, the MultiPASS 1000 responds somewhat differently, as described below.
  • Page 166 MultiPASS 1000 set for automatic switching between fax and telephone calls The MultiPASS 1000 monitors all incoming calls for all the numbers with DRPD and rings in the patterns registered earlier. It then answers the telephone for you and checks to see if the call is from another fax machine or from a person wanting to talk to you.
  • Page 167: Special Sending Procedures

    Special Sending Procedures This chapter describes sending procedures you can use to save time and money. It includes: Sending to more than one location. Sending documents at a preset time. Sending through a relay fax. Sending a confidential document. Requesting documents from other fax machines (polling). Sending to More than One Location (Broadcasting) You can feed a document once and automatically send it to up to 97...
  • Page 168: Transmitting The Document

    Transmitting the Document To send your document to more than one location, follow these steps: If necessary, press have been received in memory. (See Receiving Documents in Memory on page 7-7 for details.) The LCD display alerts you if a received document is stored in memory.
  • Page 169: Sending Documents At A Preset Time

    Press START/COPY If the last number you enter is regular dialing, you must press START/COPY Sending Documents at a Preset Time To take advantage of lower late-night, long-distance rates given by some telephone companies, you can send a document at a pre- selected time.
  • Page 170 Use the numeric keypad to enter the time you want to send the document. Set the time using the 24-hour system. If the hour or minute is a single digit, precede it with a zero. For example: 07:30 = 7:30 a.m. 17:05 = 5:05 p.m.
  • Page 171: Sending Other Documents While The Multipass 1000 Is Set For Preset Sending

    Sending Other Documents While the MultiPASS 1000 Is Set for Preset Sending You can send, receive, and copy other documents even when the MultiPASS 1000 is set for sending at a preset time. The MultiPASS 1000 can only register one preset sending operation at a time.
  • Page 172: Sending Through A Relay Fax

    Sending Through a Relay Fax Using a Canon relay fax can save you time and money. For example, if you want to send a document long distance to a group of offices located in the same area, you can save on telephone charges by sending through a Canon relay fax.
  • Page 173 Use the numeric keypad to enter the group number. If the group number is a single digit, precede it with If you make an error entering the group number, press CLEAR Press START/COPY DOCUMENT READY RELAY 08 To use memory sending or to send to more than one relay fax, press FUNCTION SELECT MENU...
  • Page 174: Registering The Relay Procedure For One-Touch Or Coded Speed Dialing

    If you often send documents through the same relay fax machine, you can register the entire relay sending procedure for one-touch or coded speed dialing. Make sure the party relaying your document has a Canon fax with relay capability. Find out the group number (also called the “table number”) from the relaying party.
  • Page 175 Press START/COPY NEED TO SET TX MODE? You must set the transmission mode, so press < > If you do not have any problems sending faxes to the relay location, press If you have problems faxing to the relay location, see page 5-10 for details on Customizing the Transmission Mode before you proceed.
  • Page 176: Using One-Touch Or Coded Relay Sending

    Using One-touch or Coded Relay Sending Before starting, confirm the following: Your fax number is registered with the relay fax. The fax numbers of the receiving fax machines (final destinations) are registered with the relay fax. Your fax number is registered in your MultiPASS 1000. You have registered the relay procedure for one-touch or coded speed dialing as described above.
  • Page 177: Sending A Confidential Document

    Sending a Confidential Document You can send a confidential document to another Canon fax that has the confidential mailbox capability. When the confidential document is sent, it is stored in the confidential mailbox of the receiving fax rather than being printed out. The user of the receiving fax can print the document only after supplying the correct password.
  • Page 178: Sending One-Touch Or Coded Speed Dialing Confidential Documents

    DIAL/DIRECTORY keypad). Registering the confidential sending procedure for one-touch or coded speed dialing Make sure the receiving party has a Canon fax with confidential receiving capability. Find out the confidential mailbox number of the receiving party. Press...
  • Page 179 Register the fax number for either one-touch speed dialing or coded speed dialing. To register the fax number for one-touch speed dialing, see page 6-1 (steps 3 to 6). To register the fax number for coded speed dialing, see page 6-7 (steps 3 to 7). Press START/COPY Enter the name you want associated with this confidential...
  • Page 180 10. Press 11. Use the numeric keypad to enter the confidential mailbox number of the receiving party. 12. Press 13. To register additional fax numbers for confidential sending, begin again from step 5. Otherwise, press 10-14 Special Sending Procedures START/COPY 1-TOUCH SPD CONFID F04=MAILBOX # 1-TOUCH SPD CONFID...
  • Page 181 Using one-touch or coded confidential sending Make sure the receiving party has a Canon fax with confidential receiving capability. Find out the confidential mailbox number of the receiving party. Make sure the fax number is registered for confidential sending. Place the document into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
  • Page 182: Requesting Documents From Other Fax Machines (Polling)

    Keep in mind these special polling IDs: 11111111 00000000 If you use a polling ID other than 11111111, the other party must be a Canon fax and your IDs must match. Make sure the ID you register matches the other IDs in the polling network. Press...
  • Page 183 Press SELECT MENU Press START/COPY SYSTEM SETTINGS < > Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. SYSTEM SETTINGS Press START/COPY PASSWORD Use the numeric keypad to enter your 8-digit polling ID. Use 0s and 1s to enter the polling ID. If you make an error entering a number, press Then enter the number again.
  • Page 184: Polling Other Fax Machines

    Polling Other Fax Machines Use this procedure to request that another fax machine send a document. The other fax must have polling capability and the document must be placed in the document feeder or loaded in memory to be polled. Make sure no documents are fed into your MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 185: Allowing Others To Poll Your Multipass 1000

    Use this procedure to allow others to call your MultiPASS 1000 to receive a document. Your polling ID must be 11111111 or the other fax must be a Canon fax and must have your polling ID registered. Press the ANS HOOK UP...
  • Page 186 Use the numeric keypad to enter the time that you want to poll the other fax. Set the time using the 24-hour system. If the hour or minute is a single digit, precede it with a zero. For example: 07:30 = 7:30 a.m. 17:05 = 5:05 p.m.
  • Page 187: Canceling Preset Polling

    Canceling Preset Polling Press FUNCTION SELECT MENU Press DELAYED POLLING keypad. DELAYED POLLING SET TIME Press CLEAR DELAYED POLLING SET TIME Press START/COPY ERASING END Chapter 10 on the one-touch speed dialing 16:54 on the one-touch speed dialing keypad. Special Sending Procedures 10-21...
  • Page 188 10-22 Special Sending Procedures Chapter 10...
  • Page 189: Printing Fax Reports

    This chapter describes how to use the MultiPASS 1000 for printing different fax transaction and management reports, how to print a generic fax cover page, and how to print lists of your registered information. It includes: Printing a fax cover sheet Printing activity reports •...
  • Page 190: Printing A Fax Cover Sheet

    Printing a Fax Cover Sheet Press Press Press the arrow buttons until the following appears. < > Press The MultiPASS 1000 prints a generic fax cover page you can use when sending your fax information. 11-2 Printing Fax Reports FUNCTION SELECT MENU REPORT SELECT MENU...
  • Page 191: Printing Activity Reports

    Printing Activity Reports To help you monitor sending and receiving activities, the MultiPASS 1000 can print many useful reports. These reports help you confirm the date and time of a fax transaction, and whether or not each transaction was successfully completed. Before printing a report, confirm that the MultiPASS 1000 is displaying the correct date and time so your reports will show the correct information.
  • Page 192 Follow these steps to change the transaction activity report settings: Press Press Press < > Press the arrow buttons until the type of report you wish to set appears. Press Press the arrow buttons to choose the setting you want. For <...
  • Page 193 The number of pages and the result of the transaction 06/10/95 18:00 Dear Canon Customer: Thank you for purchasing the new Canon MultiPASS 1000 Document Processing System. We are sure your new system will help you work more efficiently and expand your work capacity.
  • Page 194: Printing An Activity Management Report

    The telephone number and names of the parties sending or receiving (if the name is registered in your MultiPASS 1000 or the number identifies a Canon fax) The start time (date and time) of the transactions The usage time, which is the amount of time it took to send or receive the fax.
  • Page 195: Printing Selective Activity Management Reports

    GRAPHICS CORP. 06/25 11:59 17147778999 GRAPHICS CORP. 06/25 12:04 1208666777 BRAD THOMAS 06/25 12:07 CANON USA 06/25 12:08 CANON FAX - HQ 06/25 19:46 CANON USA FAX 06/25 20:19 CANON USA FAX 06/25 20:41 17145557788 MICHELE JONES 06/25 12:22 15163334455...
  • Page 196 Follow these steps: Press Press Press Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. < > Press Press the arrow buttons until the option you wish to select < > appears. 1.AUTO PRINT 2.DAILY REPORT TIME 3.TX/RX SEPARATE Press Press the arrow buttons to make your selection.
  • Page 197: Receiving A Relay Broadcast Report

    Press START/COPY DAILY REPORT TIME DATA ENTRY OK If you select time. Enter the time and then press 10. Press STOP Receiving a Relay Broadcast Report After sending a document through a relay fax, you may receive a Relay Broadcast Report from the fax machine that relayed the document.
  • Page 198: Printing Lists Of Registered Information

    Printing Lists of Registered Information To make sure the information you registered in the MultiPASS 1000 is current, you can print out lists by categories. Printing Automatic Dialing Lists You can print the lists of fax and telephone numbers registered for automatic dialing.
  • Page 199: Printing A User's Data List

    STOP THE PRESS BOB BUTLER ORIG.TX **************************************** ***** 1-TOUCH SPD DIALING TEL LIST ***** **************************************** SD # CONNECTION TEL CONNECTION ID [T01] 18008920020 CANON USA [T02] 43339977 JUDY JOHNSON [T05] 17144447788 MICHELE JONES [T09] 18006667777 GRAPHICS CORP. USER’S DATA LIST 1.ACTIVITY REPORT...
  • Page 200: Activity Report

    < > Press the arrow buttons until the following display appears. Press The following sample shows the first page of a user’s data list. 11-12 Printing Fax Reports SELECT MENU 6.USER’S DATA LIST START/COPY ACTIVITY REPORT **************************** ***** USER’S DATA LIST ***** **************************** USER SETTINGS USER’S TEL _____...
  • Page 201: Customizing Reports And Lists

    Customizing Reports and Lists You can change how reports and lists print on your MultiPASS 1000 by changing these REPORT FONT SET Changes the typeface (font) of the fax reports; you can choose from: ROMAN SANS SERIF DRAFT COURIER PRESTIGE SCRIPT ORATOR ORATOR-S...
  • Page 202 < > Press the arrow buttons until the item you want to change appears on the display. For example: Press Press the arrow buttons to select the setting. For example: < > Press If you want to change other items, start again from step 4. Otherwise, press 11-14 Printing Fax Reports...
  • Page 203: Miscellaneous Printer Operations

    Miscellaneous Printer Operations This chapter describes miscellaneous printer operations you can perform with your MultiPASS 1000. It includes: Changing printer settings Changing Printer Settings You can customize the built-in bubble jet printer settings by changing the following selections in the SELECT PAPER SIZE Changes the paper size that the MultiPASS 1000 uses: letter, (8.5 x 11”) legal (8.5 x 14”) or A4 (8.25 x 11.7”).
  • Page 204 PRINTING DENSITY Changes the print density of documents from lighter to darker; the light setting lightens documents you receive or copy (for example, lines appear thinner). STANDARD LIGHT PRT DIRECTION Changes the print speed of documents by selecting bi-directional or unidirectional; bi-directional is faster print speed, normal print quality;...
  • Page 205 To change any of the printer settings, follow these steps: Press FUNCTION SELECT MENU Press SELECT MENU Press START/COPY PRINTER SETTINGS Press the arrow buttons until the item you want to change < > appears on the display. For example: PRINTER SETTINGS Press START/COPY...
  • Page 206 12-4 Miscellaneous Printer Operations Chapter 12...
  • Page 207: Chapter 13 Maintaining The Multipass 1000

    Maintaining the MultiPASS 1000 This chapter covers the care and maintenance required for your Canon MultiPASS 1000. It includes: Cleaning the MultiPASS 1000 Cleaning the print head unit Ink cartridge guidelines Replacing the ink cartridge Cleaning the MultiPASS 1000 Your MultiPASS 1000 requires little routine maintenance. Perform the following maintenance, as necessary, to keep your MultiPASS 1000 in good operating condition.
  • Page 208: Cleaning The Scanner Components

    Cleaning the Scanner Components If you notice that documents you copy have black vertical lines (or if the receiving party complains that the documents you send are dirty), follow this procedure to clean the MultiPASS 1000 components. Unplug the MultiPASS 1000 from the electrical outlet. Lift open the operation panel.
  • Page 209 Use a soft cotton swab (either dry or moistened with water) to gently wipe the scanning glass under the roller. Hold the roller up with one hand and hold the cotton swab in the other hand. Move the cotton swab from side to side several times to clean the scanning glass.
  • Page 210 Press down on the operation panel until it clicks. Make sure the operation panel is securely closed. Check that the date and time appear in the LCD display. 13-4 Maintaining the MultiPASS 1000 Chapter 13...
  • Page 211: Cleaning The Printer Area

    Cleaning the Printer Area To prevent ink spots and paper dust from accumulating and affecting the print quality of documents, clean the printer area as follows: Unplug the MultiPASS 1000 from the electrical outlet. Open the printer cover. CLEAN THIS AREA Using a dry, soft cloth, gently wipe out the area next to the ink cartridge.
  • Page 212: Cleaning The Print Head

    Cleaning the Print Head The print head contains nozzles through which ink is propelled onto the paper. The print head nozzles must be free from paper particles and dust in order to maintain a high level of print quality. The MultiPASS 1000 has an automatic cleaning function that clears away paper particles and dust.
  • Page 213: Ink Cartridge Guidelines

    Unnecessary and repetitious print head cleaning wastes ink. Ink Cartridge Guidelines Use only the Canon BX-2 or BC-02 ink cartridge with the MultiPASS 1000. Each ink cartridge contains enough ink to print about 700 pages in standard mode and 1400 pages in economy mode (based on CCITT #1 Chart).
  • Page 214: Ink Cartridge Maintenance

    Ink Cartridge Maintenance One of the most important things you can do to extend the life of your MultiPASS 1000 and to ensure optimum print quality is take care of the ink cartridges. To ensure excellent print quality, follow these guidelines for maintaining the ink cartridges: Store ink cartridges at room temperature and protect them from direct sunlight.
  • Page 215: Replacing The Ink Cartridge

    Replacing the Ink Cartridge Open the printer cover. Lift from both sides. The cartridge holder may move to the left side of the MultiPASS 1000 or it may already be there. Pull the green lever on the cartridge holder forward to the open position.
  • Page 216 Remove the used ink cartridge. Lift it straight up and off the yellow post of the cartridge holder. Take the new ink cartridge out of its box and remove the protective packaging from the cartridge. Lift off the orange cap from the print head and remove the orange tape.
  • Page 217 Set the ink cartridge straight down onto the cartridge holder. Center the cartridge slot over the yellow post and place the cartridge gently on the post. (The cartridge will not be aligned yet.) CARTRIDGE SLOT YELLOW POST Push the green lever up and back until it locks the ink cartridge into place.
  • Page 218 Close the printer cover. Do not try to move the ink cartridge holder manually. Attempting to do so may damage the print mechanism. Press Clean the new print head. See page 13-6 for instructions. If the LCD displays the steps until the date and time appear. 13-12 Maintaining the MultiPASS 1000 on the operation panel.
  • Page 219: Chapter 14 Troubleshooting

    The staff can provide you with the telephone number of your local Canon Authorized Service Facility (ASF). Attempting to repair the MultiPASS 1000 yourself may void the warranty. Before contacting Canon, make sure you have the following information: Product name Serial number...
  • Page 220: Clearing Paper Jams

    Clearing Paper Jams Do not unplug the MultiPASS 1000. This will erase any data stored in memory. Removing Jammed Paper from the Cassette Area Remove the paper cassette. Gently pull the jammed paper out. 14-2 Troubleshooting Chapter 14...
  • Page 221: Removing Jammed Paper From The Printer Area

    Remove the paper from the cassette. Fan the paper and tap it on a flat surface to even out the stack. Then reinsert the paper into the cassette making sure to push it down under the tabs at the back of the cassette. Make sure the thickness of the stacked paper is less than 3/4 inch (20 mm).
  • Page 222: Removing Jammed Paper From The Bottom Of The Multipass 1000

    Close the printer cover. Press Removing Jammed Paper from the Bottom of the MultiPASS 1000 If you have looked in both the paper cassette area and the printer area and have not been able to locate the jammed paper, follow these steps: Remove the paper cassette and the document supports from the MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 223: Problems And Solutions

    Print an activity report and check for an error code. See Printing Activity Reports on page 11-3. You cannot send documents through relay units Make sure the other unit is a Canon fax machine with relay capability. Make sure you have registered your fax number in the MultiPASS 1000.
  • Page 224: Receiving Problems

    The images you send are dirty or spotted Make sure the document scanning glass is clean. Clean the scanning glass. See Chapter 13, Maintaining the MultiPASS 1000, for details. Receiving Problems You cannot receive documents automatically Make sure all the MultiPASS 1000 connections are secure. Make sure the MultiPASS 1000 is set to receive documents automatically.
  • Page 225: Other Problems

    You cannot poll other units Make sure you have not fed a document into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). Make sure your polling ID matches that of the other party. Make sure paper is loaded in the paper cassette. Make sure the other party has set their fax to receive automatically.
  • Page 226 Make sure the fax you are trying to communicate with is a G3 (group 3) compatible fax machine. If you still cannot solve the problem, contact your local Canon authorized sales or service representatives. You can call the Canon Consumer Information Service at 1-800-828-4040 for this information.
  • Page 227 ALARM No Message Appears A communications error has occurred. Follow these steps: Press STOP 06/25/95 Press FUNCTION SELECT MENU Press REPORT SELECT MENU Press START/COPY ACTIVITY REPORT The MultiPASS 1000 prints the current activity report. Check this report for a communication error. Chapter 14 Light is Flashing but 15:44...
  • Page 228: Display Messages And Actions

    Display Messages and Actions This section describes the messages you see in the LCD display of your MultiPASS 1000. The Error Code appears on the activity report. Error Message code # 005/ The telephone number BUSY/NO SIGNAL # 018 CHANGE CARTRIDGE # 001 CHECK DOCUMENT # 011...
  • Page 229 The handset is off the Hang up the handset. hook. The wrong type of Install a Canon BX-2 or BC-02 cartridge is installed ink cartridge. See page 13-9. in the MultiPASS 1000. . Try your...
  • Page 230 If you want to stop sending, press You cannot send a Have the other party use a confidential document Canon fax that has the because the other confidential receiving party’s fax does not feature. have confidential receiving capability.
  • Page 231 Error Message code # 012 NO RX PAPER # 022 NO TEL # # 008 POLLING ID ERROR # 021 RECEIVED IN FILE RECEIVED IN MEMORY # 009 REC. PAPER JAM Chapter 14 Cause Action The other party’s fax Contact the other party and is out of paper.
  • Page 232 Error Message code REDIALING REINSTALL CARTRIDGE SUPPLY REC. PAPER 14-14 Troubleshooting Cause Action The MultiPASS 1000 is Wait for the MultiPASS waiting to redial the 1000 to try redialing. If that other party’s number doesn’t work, wait until the because the line was MultiPASS 1000 starts to dial busy or the other party the number, then press...
  • Page 233: Appendix A Specifications

    Scanning sheet size Effective image size (when scanning) Printing paper size Transmission time (Letter-size, standard document) Scanning line density Scanning method Recording method Paper cassette capacity Paper type *Based on CCITT # 1 Chart, Standard mode Appendix A Appendix A Specifications Maximum width—8.5”...
  • Page 234 Subscriber’s telephone circuit (PSTN) One-touch speed dialing (registration for 16 numbers) Coded speed dialing (registration for 80 numbers) Canon BX-2 or Canon BC-02 (single cartridge ink supply) Black 64 bubble jet nozzles Approx. 700 pages* per cartridge in standard mode Approx.
  • Page 235: Document Sizes

    Document Sizes The following illustrations show the maximum and minimum document sizes that can be fed into the fax. (216 mm) The receiving fax machine does not record information in 0.04 inch of the left and right margins, as shown below: 0.04"...
  • Page 236: Interface Specifications

    Interface Specifications The MultiPASS 1000 is equipped with a standard bi-directional parallel port, which supports the IEEE The port on the MultiPASS 1000 enables it to transmit data back and forth to your computer. Therefore, you can send documents from your computer to your MultiPASS 1000 to be printed and faxed (transmitted).
  • Page 237 Signal voltage levels Interface cable Interface connectors Input circuit Output circuit Appendix A Low: 0.0 V to +0.4 V High: +2.4 V to +5.0 V Twisted-pair, shielded cable AWG28 or larger Up to 6.6 feet (2.0 m) Amphenol 57-40360 (or equivalent) at MultiPASS 1000 Amphenol 57-30360 (or equivalent) at cable side...
  • Page 238 Pin assignments The following table lists the signals and input/output status of the pin assignments used for parallel communication. (The names in parentheses show the signals when you use the MultiPASS 1000 as a normal printer.) No. Signal (STROBE) HOSTCLK (DATA 1) (DATA 2) (DATA 3)
  • Page 239 When you use the MultiPASS 1000 as a normal printer, each signal is defined as follows: STROBE When the MultiPASS 1000 receives the STROBE low pulse with a width greater than 1 µs from the computer, it reads the data from the interface and sets the BUSY line high.
  • Page 240: Timing Chart

    AUTO FEED XT When this signal is low, the MultiPASS 1000 automatically feeds the paper one line when it receives a carriage return (CR) control code. This signal is valid only in Epson LQ mode. INIT INIT from the computer resets the MultiPASS 1000 to its initial power-on state.
  • Page 241 Timing chart in BJ-10 mode Timing chart in Epson LQ mode Appendix A Specifications...
  • Page 242 A-10 Specifications Appendix A...
  • Page 243 This appendix lists each item in the menu system of the MultiPASS 1000. The page number refers to the page in this manual where the description of the item starts. An asterisk (*) indicates the factory setting. To make selections using the menu system, use the following buttons on the operation panel: •...
  • Page 244 Menu item 2.1-TOUCH SPD TEL Register one-touch speed dialing telephone numbers 3.CODED DIAL Register coded speed dialing fax or telephone numbers *00= *00= 4.GROUP DIAL Register group dialing numbers and names 5.EXPANDED DIAL Register expanded dialing numbers and names 2.USER SETTINGS Registration items related to basic fax functions 1.SET TIME Register date and time (In the United States, you...
  • Page 245 Menu item 4.TTI OPTION SET Print your ID (transmitting terminal ID) on each page you transmit 1.TX TERMINAL ID 2.TTI POSITION 3.TTI MARKER 5.TYPE OF DOCUMENT Assign a document mode to the TYPE OF DOCUMENT HALFTONE* BLUEPRINT TRACING PAPER HIGHLIGHT MARKER IMAGE REVERSAL 6.DENSITY CONTROL Adjust the scanning density...
  • Page 246: Appendix B Menu System Summary

    Menu item 2.ALARM VOLUME 3.KEYPAD VOLUME 10.RX CALL LEVEL Adjust the volume level of the received incoming ring LOW* HIGH 11.DIALING TONE Determine whether tones are heard during dialing 12.TEL LINE TYPE Select telephone line type TOUCH TONE* ROTARY PULSE 3.REPORT SETTINGS Registration items related to output of transmission reports and registered lists...
  • Page 247 Menu item 3.ACTIVITY REPORT Print activity management report 1.AUTO PRINT Print activity report after every 20 transactions 2.DAILY REPORT TIME Print activity report at a preset time each day 3.TX/RX SEPARATE Print activity report separating transmission and reception activity 4.REPORT FONT SET Select font in which reports are printed ROMAN* SANS SERIF...
  • Page 248 Menu item 2.MID PAUSE SET Set length of pause when pressing 3.AUTO REDIAL Select whether to perform automatic redial when other line is busy OFF* 5.RX SETTINGS Registration items related to reception of fax documents 1.ECM RX Enables or disables the ECM receiving mode. 2.FAX/TEL SWITCH Select fax/telephone switching OFF*...
  • Page 249 Menu item 5.MAN/AUTO SWITCH Select whether to go into automatic receiving while in manual mode ( OFF* 6.REMOTE RX Receive from a remote telephone when a pre-set ID is used OFF* 7.MEMORY RX Select whether to perform memory reception 8.MEMORY RX ALARM Alert user when data is received in memory OFF* 9.RX PAGE FOOTER...
  • Page 250 Menu item 6.PRINTER SETTINGS Registration items related to printing 1.SELECT PAPER SIZE Select size of paper being used LTR* LEGAL 2.RX REDUCTION Receive images at a reduced size OFF* 3.INK DETECTOR Print an ink detection mark on bottom right of printed page 4.PRINTING DENSITY Adjust the print density...
  • Page 251 Menu item 5.PRT DIRECTION Select unidirectional or bi-directional (faster) printing of received images and copies BI-DIRECTION PRT* ONE DIRECTION PRT 6.ECONOMY PRT Select economy printing mode to save ink when printing received images and copies; this will reduce print quality OFF* 7.BJ PRINT SETTINGS Registration items related to printer emulation;...
  • Page 252 Menu item 3.DATE SETUP Select appearance of date in LCD display and on reports MM/DD/YY* DD/MM ‘YY ‘YY MM/DD 4.DISPLAY LANGUAGE Select language that appears in LCD display and on reports ENGLISH* FRENCH SPANISH 5.TX START SPEED Select transmission speed 9600bps* 7200bps 4800bps...
  • Page 253: Glossary

    Glossary Automatic Adjust. The document setting you use for sending documents such as text and photos. Alternating current. The type of electrical current available from a wall outlet. Activity report Journal of transactions, both sent and received. Automatic Document Feeder. The document tray on the MultiPASS 1000;...
  • Page 254 Bi-directional printing The ability of the MultiPASS 1000 to print both left to right and right to left. This printing method provides a fast speed. See also Unidirectional printing. Bits per second. Refers to the speed with which a fax machine sends and receives data.
  • Page 255 Confidential mailbox number Two-digit numbers between 00 and 99 used to arrange for confidential sending of documents. See Confidential sending. Confidential sending The ability to send a document confidentially. The receiving fax machine will keep the document in memory until the intended recipient enters a two-digit code to print the document.
  • Page 256 DRPD Distinctive Ringing Pattern Detector. Allows you to assign up to five different ring patterns to distinguish voice and fax calls using your telephone company’s special services. Error Correction Mode. The ability of your MultiPASS 1000 to reduce system and line errors when sending or receiving from another fax with ECM capability.
  • Page 257 The button that engages and disengages the telephone line. Ink cartridge The special type of ink cartridge used with Canon Bubble Jet printers. The ink cartridge for the MultiPASS 1000 includes the print head and ink. Use either the BX-2 or BC-02 ink cartridge only.
  • Page 258 (DEModulates) to digital format that the computer understands. MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows software Canon’s exclusive software package that allows you to use the MultiPASS 1000 with your Windows software applications. You must install the desktop manager to use your MultiPASS 1000 as a printer, scanner, or PC fax.
  • Page 259 Noise A term applied to a variety of problems that impair the operation of telephone lines used for fax and modem communication. Numeric keypad The round numbered buttons on the operation panel marked the same as a standard telephone keypad. Press them to perform manual dialing.
  • Page 260 Relay sending Transmitting a document to more than one location through another Canon relay fax. This is cost effective if you want to send a document long distance to a group of offices located in the same area. Sending the document directly to each office would require one long distance call per document;...
  • Page 261 Resolution The density of dots for any given output device. Expressed in terms of dots per inch (dpi). Low resolution causes font characters and graphics to have a jagged appearance. Higher resolution means smoother curves and angles as well as a better match to traditional typeface designs.
  • Page 262 Timed sending Setting the MultiPASS 1000 to transmit documents at a preset time in the future. See also Delayed transmission. Tone/pulse setting The ability to set the MultiPASS 1000 to match the telephone dialing system your telephone line uses: touch-tone or rotary pulse.
  • Page 263 button: 3-10 button: 2-13, 3-9 prompt: 3-4, 3-10 prompt: 3-4, 3-10 button: 2-14 < button: 2-14 > 1-TOUCH SPD FAX 1-TOUCH SPD LIST 11-10–11 1-TOUCH SPD TEL 24-hour clock: 3-7 200x200 dpi: 1-4 360x360 dpi: 1-3 2400 bps: 5-19, 7-23 4800 bps: 5-10–11, 5-19, 7-23 7200 bps: 5-19, 7-23 9600 bps: 5-10–11, 5-19, 7-23...
  • Page 264 8-10 fax vs. telephone: 7-20 on hold: 8-3 receiving: 8-2–3 ring pattern: 9-9 Calling tone (CNG): 8-8 CALLING VOLUME Canada, Canon Information and Service Centers: 1-6 Canceling preset polling: 10-21 preset sending: 10-5 Cannot do anything: 14-8 Canon...
  • Page 265 CHECK PRINTER Checking, incoming calls: 7-20 Cleaning: 1-8, 13-1–5 print head: 2-26, 13-6, 14-10 printer area: 13-5 scanner components: 13-2–4 button: 2-13, 3-1, 3-3, 3-5 CLEAR Clearing paper jams: 14-2–4 Clock, 24-hour: 3-7 CNG (calling tone): 8-8 CODED DIAL CODED DIAL/DIRECTORY button: 2-14, 6-11, 6-16–17 CODED SPD LIST 11-10–11...
  • Page 266 Date format European: 3-15 Japanese: 3-15 USA: 3-15 DATE SETUP Dedicated fax line: 7-2–3 receiving, setting up: 7-2–3 DELAYED POLLING 2-13, 10-19 DELAYED TRANSMISSION button: 2-13, 10-3 Density control: 5-14–15 box: 5-2, 5-4, 5-14 setting: 4-4 DENSITY CONTROL 5-14–15 Desktop manager: 1-2–3, 2-4–5, 7-8 system: 1-1 Destinations: 10-1...
  • Page 267 Does not switch from fax to phone communication: 14-8 Double ring: 9-6 DOUBLE RING DRP service: 9-6–10 option: 9-6–8 DRPD ECM: 1-4 option, changing: 5-16 sending: 5-15–16 option: 7-17–18 ECM RX option: 5-15–16 ECM TX ECONOMY PRT 12-2 Effective image size: A-1 Electrical noise: 2-2, 2-22 outlet: 2-22...
  • Page 268 Format, date: 3-15 FRENCH FUNCTION Function buttons and lights: 2-10, 2-12 Getting started: 2-1–30 Green lever: 2-24–25, 13-9, 13-11 GROUP DIAL LIST 11-10–11 GROUP DIAL Group dialing: 10-1 using: 6-10–14 Group dialing numbers changing: 6-13–14 registering: 6-10–12 Group number, relay fax: 10-6–7 Guidelines ink cartridge: 13-7–8...
  • Page 269 Instructions, safety: 1-7–8 Interface bi-directional: A-4 cable: A-5 connectors: A-5 parallel: 2-20, A-4 specifications: A-4–9 type: A-4 Intermediate tones: 5-12 Interrupting, sending: 5-11 Interval, redialing: 5-18 Jacks: 2-8 handset: 2-16 telephone: 8-5 telephone line: 2-20 Jammed paper bottom of unit: 14-4 cassette area: 2-19, 14-2–3 printer area: 14-3–4 Japanese, date format: 3-15...
  • Page 270 Memory sending: 1-4, 5-6–9, 10-1, 10-7, 10-10 capacity: 5-6, 5-10 MEMORY TRANSMISSION button: 2-13, 5-7, 10-2, 10-7, 10-10, 10-15 Menu system searching: 2-14 summary: B-1–9 using: 3-2–3 Messages, telephone: 8-4 MID PAUSE SET Miscellaneous, printer operations: 12-1–3 Modem jack: 2-8 Moving, cursor: 2-14 MULTI TRANSACTION ON message: 14-12...
  • Page 271 Page footer, received documents: 7-17 Paper fanning: 2-16 guides: 4-3 handling: 1-3 jams, clearing: 14-2–4 legal-size: 4-9 size: 12-1, A-1 stack: 14-3 thickness: 4-2, 14-3 types: 4-2, 14-3, A-1 Paper cassette: 2-4–7, 14-3, 14-14 adjusting: 4-9–12 capacity: 2-16, A-1 installing: 2-16–19 legal-size paper: 4-9–12 thickness of stacked paper: 14-3, 14-14...
  • Page 272 Printer: 1-1 control modes: 1-3 cover: 2-6–7, 2-23, 2-25, 13-5, 13-9, 13-12 light(s): 2-10, 2-26, 13-6, 14-3 operations, miscellaneous: 12-1–3 panel cover: 2-7, 2-10–11, 2-26, 13-6 settings, changing: 12-1–3 Printer area cleaning: 13-5 jammed paper: 14-3–4 PRINTER PRINTER SETTINGS 12-1, 12-3 Printing activity management report: 11-6–7...
  • Page 273 RECEIVING Recording method: A-1 button: 2-14 REDIAL REDIAL INTERVAL REDIAL TIMES Redialing: 5-11, 5-17–18 number: 2-14 REDIALING Reducing documents: 7-15 speed: 7-23 Reduction horizontal: 7-15 mode: 12-1 size: 7-15 type: 7-15 vertical : 7-15 Registered information, printing: 11-10–12 Registering coded speed dialing numbers: 6-7–8 confidential sending procedure: 10-12...
  • Page 274 Ringing: 7-6, 8-3 incoming calls: 7-20 telephone: 7-17–20 Ringing patterns: 9-6–10 fax number: 9-8 shared fax/telephone number: 9-8 telephone number: 9-8 Roller: 13-2 Rotary pulse dialing: 9-2–3 ROTARY PULSE Routine maintenance: 13-1 RX CALL LEVEL RX PAGE FOOTER 7-17–18 RX REDUCTION 12-1 RX REPORT RX RESTRICTION...
  • Page 275 Shared line, setting up: 7-4–5 Shipping box: 2-4 items: 2-5 materials, removing: 2-6 SHORT-LONG-SHORT SHORT-SHORT-LONG Signal voltage levels: A-5 Signals, interface: A-6–8 Single transaction activity report: 11-3–6 SITTING DOWN Software User’s Guide: 1-2, 1-5, 2-10–11 Solutions, problems: 14-5–9 Sound(s) customizing: 3-16–18 dialing: 3-17 button: 2-13, 3-3, 3-5 SPACE...
  • Page 276 Telephone line: 2-4–5, 5-10–11, connecting: 2-20 jack: 2-8, 2-20 Telephone numbers: 3-4, 9-6 coded speed dialing: 6-9 one-touch speed dialing: 6-4–6 pauses: 9-4–5 Temperature: A-2 TEST PRINT Testing: 2-30 Thickness, paper: 4-2 Time, redialing: 5-18 Timing chart: A-8–9 Tissue paper: 13-1 Tone ringer: 3-16–17 signals: 2-14, 9-3...
  • Page 277 User’s Guide: 1-2, 1-5 Using answering machine: 8-4–8 automatic dialing: 6-1–17 coded confidential sending: 10-15 coded speed dialing numbers: 6-7–9 confidential sending: 10-15 data modem: 8-10–11 directory dialing: 6-17 Distinctive Ringing Pattern Detector: 9-9–10 documentation: 1-5 expanded dialing: 6-15–16 extension telephone: 8-9–10 group dialing: 6-10–14 menu system: 3-2–3 one-touch confidential...
  • Page 278: Index

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