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P3PC-1692-01ENZ0
fi-4860C2 Image Scanner
Operator's Guide

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    P3PC-1692-01ENZ0 fi-4860C2 Image Scanner Operator's Guide...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    The fi-4860C2 is an image scanner designed to scan small to double letter documents in large quantities. FUJITSU fi series image scanners are known for high reliability and this scanner is no exceptions. The fi-4860C2 is designed to give you the best results for your production scanning needs.

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    2. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS This chapter describes how to install and connect the scanner, and how to install the scanner application. We hope that this manual is useful in taking full advantage of the fi-4860C2 Duplex Color Scanner's features. ●ii...

  • Page 5: Regulatory Information

    ■ Regulatory Information FCC Regulations This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

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    Communications du Canada. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Bescheinigung des Herstellers / Importeurs Für den fi-4860C2 wid folgendes bescheinigt: • In Übereinsstimmung mit den Bestimmungen der EN45014(CE) funkentstört • Maschinenlärminformationsverordnung 3.GPSGV: Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB (A) oder weniger, gemäß...

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    International E NERGY TAR® As an NERGY TAR® Partner, PFU LIMITED has determined that this product meets the guidelines for energy efficiency. The International NERGY Program is an international program that promotes energy saving through the penetration of energy efficient computers and other office equipment.

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    Do not put the substance contained in the lamp in your mouth as it has mercury. • Do not breathe the chemical liquid contained in the scanner lamps. • Do not incinerate, crush, or shred the lamps or scanner parts.

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    Trademarks Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. ISIS, QuickScan and their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of EMC Corporation in the United States. Adobe, the Adobe logo, and Acrobat are either registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

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    ■ Note, Liability READ ALL OF THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT. IF THIS PRODUCT IS NOT USED CORRECTLY, UNEXPECTED INJURY MAY BE CAUSED TO USERS OR BYSTANDERS. Also, store this manual in a convenient and safe place so that it can be easily referred to during use of this product.

  • Page 11: Preface

    ■ Preface Safety Precautions This manual describes important details for ensuring the safe and correct use of this product. Thoroughly read this manual before you start to use this product. In particular, be sure to read and fully understand the Safety Precautions described in this manual before you use this product.

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    Symbols Used In This Manual This manual uses the following symbols in explanations in addition to warning indications. This symbol alerts operators to particularly important informa- ATTENTION tion. Be sure to read this information. This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice regarding operation. HINT A TRIANGLE symbol indicates that special care and attention is required.

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    User's Manual of the scanner application you are using. Furthermore, the screenshots in this manual are for the FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner driver, ScandAll 21 Image Capturing Utility Software, FUJITSU ISIS...

  • Page 14: Safety Precautions

    ■ Safety Precautions WARNING The following describes important warnings described in this manual. Do not touch the Power cable with wet hands. Do not touch the power plug with wet hands. Doing so might cause electric shock. Do not damage the Power cable. A damaged Power cable might cause fire or electric shock.

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    Make sure that the smoking has stopped, and then contact the store where you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. ●xiii...

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    Turn the scanner OFF if it is damaged. If the scanner is damaged for any reason, turn off the scanner and unplug the power cable before contacting the store where you purchased the scanner. Do not put liquids inside the scanner.

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    The following describes important cautions described in this manual. Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces. Install the scanner on a desk or table, so that none of its parts protrude outside of the desktop. Also, make sure that the scanner is installed on a flat, level surface.

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    Do not move the scanner with the power and interface cables connected as this might damage the cables, causing fire, electric shock or injuries. Before moving the scanner, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the power outlet, and disconnect connector cables. Also, make sure that the floor is free of obstructions.

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    Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet when the scanner is not used for a long period of time. When the scanner is not used for a long period of time, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the power outlet for safety.

  • Page 20: Fujitsu Group Offices

    ■ FUJITSU Group Offices Please send your comments on this manual or on FUJITSU products to the following addresses: FUJITSU COMPUTER PRODUCTS OF AMERICA, INC. 1255 East Arques Avenue Sunnyvale, CA 94085-4701, U.S.A. Phone: (1-408)746-7000 Technical Assistance Center: (1-800)626-4686 Fax: (1-408)746-6910 Website: http://www.fcpa.fujitsu.com/...

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    Horikawa-cho, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-8563, Japan Phone: (81-44)540-4658 Fax: (81-44)540-4639 Website: http://imagescanner.fujitsu.com E-mail: scanners@pfu.fujitsu.com FUJITSU HONG KONG LTD. 10/F., Lincoln House, 979 King's Road, Taikoo Place, Island East, Hong Kong Phone: (852)2827-5780 Fax: (852)2827-4724 Website: http://hk.fujitsu.com/ E-mail: scanner@fujitsu.com.hk FUJITSU KOREA LTD.

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  • Page 23: Table Of Contents

    FUJITSU Group Offices... xviii 1 BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS ... 1-1 Turning the Scanner ON ... 1-2 Waking the Scanner from the Power Save Mode ... 1-5 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel ... 1-6 Setting up the Hopper ... 1-14 Setting up the Stacker ...

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    5 SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS ... 5-1 Clearing Document Jams ... 5-2 Troubleshooting ... 5-8 Before Contacting a Service Provider ... 5-29 Labels on the Scanner ... 5-31 6 ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS ... 6-1 Document Size ... 6-2 Document Quality ... 6-3 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas ...

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    9 SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS... 9-1 Basic Product Specifications ... 9-2 Installation Specifications ... 9-3 Dimensions ... 9-5 APPENDIX 1 DROP-OUT COLOR ...AP-1 APPENDIX 2 DOUBLE-FEED (MULTI-FEED) DETECTION CONDITIONS ...AP-2 APPENDIX 3 MESSAGES ON THE OPERATOR PANEL ...AP-5 INDEX ...IN-1 ●xxiii...

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  • Page 27: Basic Scanner Operations

    This chapter explains operations using the screens of Windows XP. Depending on your OS, your PC's screen shots and the operation may be different from this manual. Please be aware that when the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver, or the FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver is updated, the screens and operations noted in this chapter may be changed slightly.

  • Page 28: Turning The Scanner On

    1.1 Turning the Scanner ON ■ Turning the power on Press "I" side of the main line switch located on the back of the scanner. Main line switch 1.1 Turning the Scanner ON Power On (Rear View)

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    Press the power button on the Operator panel. The power turns on and the green Power LED at the Operator panel lights. Operator panel LCD shows "Ready" to indicate the scanner is in the READY state. Power Button 1.1 Turning the Scanner ON...

  • Page 30: Turning The Power Off

    ■ Turning the Power off On the Operator panel, press and hold down the Power button for two seconds or longer. Press "O" side of the main line switch located on the back of the scanner. Main line switch 1.1 Turning the Scanner ON...

  • Page 31: Waking The Scanner From The Power Save Mode

    The Power Save Mode keeps the scanner in a low powered state to save energy. If no operation is performed on the scanner for a preset time (15 minutes to 60 minutes depending on the timer setup), the scanner automatically switches to the Power Save Mode.

  • Page 32: Basic Operations Of The Operator Panel

    1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel This basic operation include how to enter setup mode and test mode. ■ Clearing error messages When an user recoverable error occurs, The “Check” LED blinks to warn you and the error message is displayed on the LCD. Here is an example of an error message.

  • Page 33: Lifting Or Lowering The Hopper

    ■ Lifting or lowering the hopper When the scanner has no errors (Check LED is not lit), the Hopper height position can be changed. During hopper height adjustment, do not put your hands or anything on or under the hopper to prevent your fingers from getting caught and injured.

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    (2) In test mode ([Single feed] or [Multi-feed], the Hopper height changes as follows by pressing When the Hopper is at the bottom position, it moves up to 250 sheet position. When the Hopper is at 250 sheet position, it moves down to the bottom position.

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    ■ Clearing the consumables replacement message This scanner has Abrasion counters to estimate service life of the consumables. When a counter (for the Pad ASSY, the Pick roller unit, the Brake roller unit, the Front-side lamp or the Back-side lamp) reaches the pre-set value, the LCD shows a message that the consumable’s service life has expired.

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    ■ Using the setup and the test modes. This scanner has the setup mode for customizing the setup conditions, and a test mode for testing the scanner offline. There are two types of setup modes: The Online setup mode that can be entered during Ready status and the Offline setup mode that can be entered only when the scanner is offline.

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    Turning on the power Press (Next button) Setup (Online) 1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel Press (Previous button) 1-11...

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    - Offline setup mode and test mode Keep pressing (Start button) and turn on the power. Turn on the power while pressing the Start button < - To enter the setup mode, press in [<Mode select>] screen to select [Setup] then press To exit this mode, turn off the power.

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    - To enter the test mode, from the [<Mode select>] screen, press button) or (Right arrow button) , select [Test] and press Please see the Operator panel transition chart below. < < < To exit this mode, turn off the power. >...

  • Page 40: Setting Up The Hopper

    1.4 Setting up the Hopper Gently flip down the Hopper table by pulling the blue handle. Blue Handle 1-14 1.4 Setting up the Hopper...

  • Page 41: Setting Up The Stacker

    1.5 Setting up the Stacker Flip open the stacker. Stacker 1-15 1.5 Setting up the Stacker...

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    Push the opened stacker table lock into the scanner to lock it in place. When closing the stacker, pull out the stacker a little then fold it closed. HINT 1-16 1.5 Setting up the Stacker...

  • Page 43: Setting The Stacker Extension

    1.6 Setting the Stacker Extension Hold the center of the blue part of the stacker extension to pull it out. Stopper Stacker extension Do not use the stopper to pull out the stacker extension. ATTENTION Stopper may be damaged if you pull it. 1-17 1.6 Setting the Stacker Extension...

  • Page 44: Loading Documents On The Hopper

    1.7 Loading Documents on the Hopper Straighten the edges of the documents 1) Straighten both sides of the document stack. Fan the documents 1) Take a stack of documents with thickness of 15mm to 20mm (1/2 to 3/4 inch). 2) Hold both ends and bend the documents into an arch. 3) Firmly holding the document with both hands, bend back the document as follows so that the bent section rises up in the middle of the document as follows.

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    Load the documents on the hopper. Place the documents face-up on the hopper table. Adjust the Side guides to the document width. Pressing the lock lever, slide the Side guides so that they contact the document sides. If there is space between the document edges and the guides, the scanned image may be skewed.

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    • For loading long documents, extend the hopper extension. • A batch which consists of different sizes may cause feeding problems. Start up the scanner application and scan the documents. For the details on how to scan using ScandAll 21, refer to the section "1.9 Scanning Documents"...

  • Page 47: Inserting Documents Manually

    1.8 Inserting Documents Manually To setup the scanner for Manual Feed Mode: Lift the Pick roller until it is held by the magnet catch. The hopper table moves up to the feeding position. Be careful not to get your fingers or anything caught in the mechanism when the hopper table moves up.

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    Place documents face-up at the center of the hopper table. For information on setting Manual feed timeout, refer to "7 OPERATOR PANEL MENUS" on page 7-1. HINT Adjust the Side guides to the width of the documents. Load the documents so that the top edge of the documents contacts the hopper table guide plate.

  • Page 49: Scanning Documents

    1.9 Scanning Documents For scanning with the VRS, a software provided with the scanner, refer to the VRS user’s manuals available in the VRS installation CD. The following shows the procedure for scanning documents using the "ScandAll 21" application (simply called "ScandAll 21" from now on.) Load the documents on the hopper.

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    The [Select source] dialog box appears. Select [FUJITSU fi-4860CEAdij] (for TWAIN32 V8, [FUJITSU TWAIN 32]). Then click [Select]. Click the [Display in scan preview screen] on the tool bar. The [TWAINDriver] dialog box (screen for setting scanning conditions) appears. 1-24...

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    Set the scan resolution, document size and other scan conditions, and click the [Scan] button. For the details on settings in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, refer to the "Scanner Utility for Microsoft® Windows® User's Guide" on the scanner driver CD-ROM. 1-25...

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    The image of the scanned document appears on the ScandAll 21 screen. For details on scanning various types of documents, refer to "2 SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF DOCUMENTS" on page 2-1. For details on ScandAll 21 function and operations, refer to ScandAll 21 Help. 1-26 1.9 Scanning Documents...

  • Page 53: How To Use The Scanner Driver

    1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver ■ FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver is designed for scanning documents with FUJITSU image scanner fi series by using application software that complies with the TWAIN standard. The following describes the procedure with examples of ScandAll 21 for ordinary scanning by using this driver software.

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    Select the scanner to use, then click the [Select] button. Select • [FUJITSU fi-4860CEAdij] for FUJITSU TWAIN32 V9 • [FUJITSU TWAIN32] for FUJITSU TWAIN32 V8 then click the [Select] button. Load the documents on the scanner. For details on loading documents, refer to "1.7 Loading Documents on the Hopper"...

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    Configure settings for scanning and click the [Scan] button. For details about the settings on this window, refer to "Setting Window for FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver." on page 1-31. 1-29 1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver...

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    Select [Save As...] from the [File] menu to save the scanned images. If you wish to start another scanning, return to procedure 4. End the application. Select [Exit] from the [File] menu. 1-30 1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver...

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    ● Setting Window for FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver. You can perform settings for the FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver on this window. The following describes the main setting items. • For details on each functions, refer to "FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver Help" (appears by pressing [Help] or [F1] button).

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    [Reset] button Used to undo changes of settings. [Help] button Opens the "FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver Help" window. The window also opens by pushing the [F1] key. [About...] button Opens an information window about the FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver's version.

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    Select this tab when setting cache mode, job controls, double-feed (multi-feed) detection, blank page skipping, etc. [Generic] tab Select this tab to change the unit displayed on the Setting Window for the FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver. (Millimeters, Inches, and Pixels are available) [Filter] tab Select this tab for setting the image processing filter(s).

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    ■ FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver is designed for scanning documents with FUJITSU image scanner fi series by using application software that complies with the ISIS standard. The following describes the procedure with examples of QuickScan using this driver software.

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    When deleting a profile Select the one to delete and click [Delete] button. The selected profile will be deleted. ⇒ When you added, edited or deleted a profile, go to the procedure 10. 1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver 1-35...

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    The configuration window of ISIS driver appears. ⇒ Configure settings for scanning and click the [OK] button. For details on this dialog box, refer to "Configuration Window of FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver" on page 1-38. 1-36 1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver...

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    Refer to the "QuickScan Overview" or the "QuickScan Help" for further information on functions and operations of QuickScan. After the installation of QuickScan, it is registered in the [Start] menu. . After the installa- 1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver 1-37...

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    ● Configuration Window of FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver Image Mode Select a color mode suitable for the purpose from the menu. Black and White 256-level Gray 24-bit Color Dots per inch Specifies the number of pixels (dots) per inch. Select a fixed resolution from the list.

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    Paper Source Selects the scanning method. Feeder Scans only one sides of documents specified with the scanner. Duplex Scans both front and the back sides of documents. When this option is selected, the both sides of documents are scanned simultaneously.

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    Otherwise, enter any value for the setting. [Endorser...] button This button displays [Endorser Configuration] dialog. This button is enabled when Endorser Option (separately sold) is installed. Refer to the documentation provided with the Endorser Option. [JPEG...] button 1-40 1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver...

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    Specifies Gamma correction. Available correction patterns are: "Normal", "Soft", "Sharp". Image Enhancement Options You can set the binary image processing. These options are available only when “Black and White” is selected in the “Mode”. 1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver 1-41...

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    The settings of this configuration window are applied to the selected document side (Both, Front, Back). White Level Follow 1-42 1.10 How to use the Scanner Driver This item is suitable for scanning the documents like the ones used in offices. This option makes image contours soft by disabling the Out- line Extraction.

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    (drop out) the red frame. This option optimize the settings based on the specified “Mode”.

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    Double feeds are scanned by the differences in document lengths or thicknesses. Skew With this option, you can set the scanner so that it will stop its operation and display error messages when any skewed document is detected. Pre-pick With this option, you can enable or disable Pre-picking.

  • Page 71: Scanning Various Types Of Documents

    Depending on your OS, your PC's screen shots and the operation may be different from this manual. Please be aware that when the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver or the FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver is updated, the screens and operations noted in this chapter may change. In that case, please refer to the User's Guide provided with the update.

  • Page 72: Scanning Documents With Different Widths

    2.1 Scanning Documents with different widths When you scan a batch of documents with different widths, you may get skewed images from smaller sized documents. Scanning documents of the same width is recommended. The following shows the procedure to scan batches of mixed size documents. Sort the batch into the stacks of the same width documents.

  • Page 73: Saving Scanned Images In Pdf Format

    Solution 1: Set “Edge shadow removal” to “OFF” or set any option other than “Adaptive” for “Color/Grayscale” and/or “Monochrome” under “Compression” by selecting [File] - [Create PDF] - [From Scanner…] - [Image Settings…] in Acrobat. Solution 2: Adjust the scanning density in the TWAIN driver.

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    Load the documents on the hopper. Start up ScandAll 21. Select [Program]-[Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows]-[ScandAll21] from the [Start] menu. This will start up the application. From the menu bar select [Scan] and then [To Adobe PDF] from the pull down menu.

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    Select the scan resolution, document size and other scanning conditions, and then click the [Scan] botton. To end scanning, click the [Close] button. The window for saving the image appears. 2.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format...

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    Start up Adobe Acrobat. Select [Programs] - [Adobe Acrobat] from the [Start] menu. This starts up Adobe Acrobat. From the [File] menu, select [Create PDF] - [From Scanner]. [Create PDF from Scanner] dialog box is displayed. 2.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format...

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    Select [FUJITSU fi-4860CEAdij] at [Scanner] and click [Scan] button. [TWAIN driver] dialog box is displayed. Scanning with default settings may yield unexpected results. If that is the ATTENTION case, change the settings as follows: • Uncheck “Recognize Text Using OCR”...

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    When scanning is finished, click the [Done] button. The scanned image is displayed. Select [Save as] or [Save] from [File] menu to save the scanned image. For the details on Adobe Acrobat operations, refer to the Adobe Acrobat manual and Help. 2.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format...

  • Page 79: Selecting A Color To Drop Out

    A selected color (red, green or blue) can be removed (dropped out) from the scanned image data. For example, if the document contains black text in green frames, you can set the scanner to get only the text and eliminate the green frames.

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    Select the color to drop out from [Dropout Color] under [More]. For example, if the document contains black text in green frames, you can set the scanner to get only the text and eliminate the green frames. Click [OK] button.

  • Page 81: Skipping Blank

    2.4 Skipping blank Pages The following shows examples for changing settings in the [TWAIN Driver] dialogbox to skip blank pages at scanning documents. Click the [Option ...] button in the [TWAIN Driver] dialogbox. The [Option] dialogbox appears. ⇒ Click the [Job/Cache] tab 2-11 2.4 Skipping blank Pages...

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    Dots Ratio] or [White Dots Ratio] (ratio of black or white parts on the documents) for judging if the scanned document is recognized as a blank page by the scanner. The [TWAIN Driver] dialogbox will be redisplayed. Then, perform the scanning operation on the dialogbox.

  • Page 83: Detecting Double-feeds (multi-feeds)

    "Double-feed" (also known as "Multi-feed") is an error that occurs when two or more sheets are accidentally fed into the ADF at the same time. You can set the scanner to display an error message when it detects a double-feed.

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    Check length The scanner monitors the length of documents. It detects a double-feed by differences in the document length when two or more document sheets are fed overlapping.

  • Page 85: Correcting Skewed Documents

    2.6 Correcting skewed Documents You can set the scanner so that skew of documents is detected and corrected automatically when skewed documents are fed into the ADF. The following shows examples for chaning the setting in the [TWAIN Driver] dialogbox to enable this function.

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    Select the [Automatic Page Size Detection] from the [Automatic Size and Skew Detection] menu. Click the [OK] button. The display returns to the scanninig operation [TWAIN Driver] dialogbox. Then, perform the scanning operation on the dialogbox. When using either of the following documents, the automatic page size ATTENTION detection may not function correctly.

  • Page 87: Daily Care

    DAILY CARE This chapter describes how to clean the scanner. 3.1 Cleaning Materials and Areas Requiring Cleaning ...3-2 3.2 Cleaning the Pad ...3-5 3.3 Cleaning the Rollers...3-8 3.4 Cleaning the Transport Path...3-22 3.5 Cleaning the Discharge Brush ...3-24 3.6 Cleaning the Glass Surface ...3-29 3.7 Cleaning the Sensors...3-35...

  • Page 88: Cleaning Materials And Areas Requiring Cleaning

    Cleaner F1 Cotton swab Lint-free dry cloth * 1) For the purchase of the cleaning material, contact the FUJITSU scanner dealer where you purchased the scanner. *2) Any lint-free cloth can be used. 3.1 Cleaning Materials and Areas Requiring Cleaning Part No.

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    ■ Locations requiring Cleaning and Cleaning Cycle The following shows the standard cleaning cycle for each area requiring cleaning. Part to clean Pick roller Brake roller Separation roller Feed roller Pinch roller Transport path Discharge brush Removable sheet guide Glass sheet guide Document width detection sensor Ultrasonic sensor SF1.5...

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    • Documents containing a large amount of calcium carbonate • Documents filled in with pencil Do not use aerosol sprays to clean the scanner. The air from the spray may ATTENTION cause dirt and dust to enter the scanner mechanism and resulting scanner failure or malfunction.

  • Page 91: Cleaning The Pad

    Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF upper sheet guide.

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    Press down on the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at the two positions shown and then rotate the plate toward you to remove it. Pad ASSY Guide plate 3.2 Cleaning the Pad...

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    Wipe the translucent rubber part of the Pad ASSY using a lint free cloth moistened with cleaner F1. Pad (cleaning area) Guide plate Install the guide plate in the reverse order of the removal.You should push it down then rotate back, so the installation can be done smoothly. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide carefully.

  • Page 94: Cleaning The Rollers

    ■ Cleaning the rollers with the cleaning sheet Set the Side guide for B4 size width. Set the scanner in Test mode: For the details of the procedure, refer to the section "7.5 Test Mode Details" on page 7-72. Press (Next button) to show the following screen.

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    When [Hopper Empty] is displayed, press Place the same cleaning sheet on the hopper table with adhesive side up by aligning the right side with the hopper guide. Press then the cleaning sheet is fed. When "Hopper Empty" is displayed, press Remove the protective paper from a new cleaning sheet and place it with the adhesive side face down on the hopper table, aligning the left side with the hopper guide.

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    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-10...

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    While pulling the ADF lever toward you, lift up the ADF upper sheet guide. ADF release lever Slide the Pick roller unit to the left to disengage the clutch ring from the shaft. Ring Shaft ADF upper sheet guide Pick roller unit 3.3 Cleaning the Rollers 3-11...

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    Wipe both Pick rollers (2 positions) and the Separation roller using a clean lint free cloth moistened with cleaner F1. Ring Separation roller Pick roller unit 3-12 3.3 Cleaning the Rollers...

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    Install the Pick roller unit in the reverse order of its removal. HINT Incorrect installation Lower the ADF upper sheet guide carefully. Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely. When attaching the Pick roller unit, hold the unit as shown.

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    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-14...

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    Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide. ADF release lever Pressing down on the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at the two positions shown and then pull the plate toward you to remove it. Guide plate ADF upper sheet guide Pad ASSY...

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    Turn the bail of the Brake roller upward and release the lock. Brake roller Pull the Brake roller toward you to remove it. 3-16 3.3 Cleaning the Rollers Bail...

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    Wipe the Brake roller unit using a lint free cloth moistened with cleaner Re-install the Brake roller unit in the reverse order of its removal. By holding the bail toward you, put the Brake roller into bracket and rotate down until it locks in. Install the Guide plate in the reverse order of the removal.

  • Page 104: Cleaning The Feed Rollers

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-18...

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    Wipe the metal feed rollers using a lint free cloth moistened with cleaner F2. Wipe the rollers thoroughly. If the rollers have black build-up, the feed reliability is affected. Use cleaner F2 only on metal rollers (only the Feed rollers). CAUTION Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely.

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    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-20...

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    Wipe the pinch rollers using a cloth moistened with cleaner F1. Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely. Pinch roller (in 12 locations) 3.3 Cleaning the Rollers 3-21...

  • Page 108: Cleaning The Transport Path

    Remove documents from the stacker first. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-22...

  • Page 109

    Vacuum the transport path if there are paper dust in the path. HINT Do not use aerosol sprays to clean the path. Do not use HIgh Pressure Air to blow dust out of the scanner. This will con- taminate the optics and mechanism. CAUTION Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely.

  • Page 110: Cleaning The Discharge Brush

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-24...

  • Page 111

    Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide. ADF release lever Slide the Pick roller unit to the left to disengage the clutch ring from the shaft. Ring Shaft ADF upper sheet guide Pick roller unit 3.5 Cleaning the Discharge Brush 3-25...

  • Page 112

    Pressing down on the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at the two positions shown and then rotate the plate toward you to remove Guide plate Release the lock and then hold and rotate the bail of the Pick roller unit upward to release the lock.

  • Page 113

    Pull the Brake roller unit toward you to remove it. Using a dry cloth, wipe off the dust from the two discharge brushes: one at the Pick roller side, the other at the Brake roller side. Discharge brush(for brakeroller) Re-install the Brake roller unit in the reverse order of its removal. By holding the bail toward you, put the Brake roller unit into bracket and rotate down until it locks in.

  • Page 114

    Install the Guide plate in the reverse order of the removal. You should push it down and rotate back then the installation can be done smoothly. 10. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide slowly. 11. Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely.

  • Page 115: Cleaning The Glass Surface

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3.6 Cleaning the Glass Surface...

  • Page 116

    Use your index fingers to lift both ends of the removable sheet guide. Lift the right side first. Shift the sheet guide leftward while lifting it up to remove. 3-30 3.6 Cleaning the Glass Surface Removable sheet guide...

  • Page 117

    Wipe the both sides of the glass surface using a clean lint free cloth moistened with cleaner F1. Attach the removable sheet guide in the reverse order of its removal. Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely.

  • Page 118

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-32...

  • Page 119

    Push down on the Glass sheet guide tab to open the Glass sheet guide. This picture is side View. Glass sheet guide 3-33 3.6 Cleaning the Glass Surface...

  • Page 120

    Wipe the Glass sheet guide using a clean lint free cloth moistened with cleaner F1. Lift the tabs until the Guide locks in. Close the Glass sheet guide. Make sure that the metal part locks. Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely.

  • Page 121: Cleaning The Sensors

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-35...

  • Page 122

    Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide. ADF release lever Hold the ADF sheet guide with your hand to keep it open. Wipe the six sensor surfaces with a clean lint free cloth moistened with cleaner F1.

  • Page 123

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-37...

  • Page 124

    Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide. ADF release lever Hold the ADF sheet guide with your hand to keep it open. Wipe SF0 and SF1 sensor surfaces with a clean lint free cloth moistened with cleaner F1.

  • Page 125

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-39...

  • Page 126

    Wipe SF1.5 and SF2 sensor surfaces with a clean lint free cloth moistened with cleaner F1. SF2 Sensor Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely. 3-40 3.7 Cleaning the Sensors SF1.5 Sensor...

  • Page 127: Cleaning The Lamps

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 3-41...

  • Page 128

    Push down on the Glass sheet guide tab to open the Glass sheet guide. This picture is side View. Glass sheet guide 3-42 3.8 Cleaning the Lamps...

  • Page 129

    Pull down on the tab to release the Lamp socket covers attached to the both ends of the Lamp to remove them. Rotate the Lamp a half turn so that the terminals on each end align with the slot on the Lamp socket. Then remove the Lamp from the socket. Lamp socket 3.8 Cleaning the Lamps 3-43...

  • Page 130

    Clean the clear portion of the Lamp with a clean lint free dry cloth. Attach the front-side Lamp in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure that the clear portion of the Lamp faces down. If the Lamp is installed with the clear portion facing incorrect direction, an ATTENTION error due to insufficient light occurs.

  • Page 131

    Attach the Lamp socket cover in the reverse order of its removal. Engage the socket cover hook to the Lamp frame then rotate forward as shown below, to attach the covers. Lamp socket cover Close the Glass sheet guide. Make sure that the guide is fixed firmly. Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely.

  • Page 132

    ■ Back-side lamp Push back blue latch to release the side cover, then open. Side cover Hold the handle (blue part) and pull the Back-side lamp unit out of the scanner. 3-46 3.8 Cleaning the Lamps...

  • Page 133

    Rotate the Lamp a half turn so that the terminals on each end align with the slot on the Lamp socket and remove the Lamp from the unit. Lamp socket Clean the clear portion of the Lamp with a dry cloth. Backside lamp unit Clear portion 3-47...

  • Page 134

    Install the Back-lamp unit in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure that the clear portion of the Lamp faces up. If the Lamp is installed with the clear portion facing incorrect direction, an ATTENTION error due to insufficient light occurs. Install the Back-lamp in the reverse order of its removal.

  • Page 135: Replacement Of Consumables

    REPLACEMENT OF CONSUMABLES This chapter describes how to replace consumables. 4.1 Consumables and Replacement Cycle...4-2 4.2 How to check the Abrasion Counter...4-3 4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY...4-4 4.4 Replacing the Pick Roller Unit ...4-9 4.5 Replacing the Brake Roller Unit...4-12 4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp...4-15 4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp ...4-20...

  • Page 136: Consumables And Replacement Cycle

    ]). The replacement cycle may differ due to paper quality, print density or paper type. For the purchase of the consumables, please contact the FUJITSU scanner dealer where you purchased your scanner. Use the correct Print cartridge. The Scanner may be damaged if the wrong ATTENTION Print cartridge is installed.

  • Page 137: How To Check The Abrasion Counter

    4.2 How to check the Abrasion Counter ■ Checking the counter from the Operator panel The number displayed on the right bottom of LCD in the "Ready" status shows the consumables count. The Abrasion counter, shown below indicates the highest cumulative number of sheets scanned by the PAD ASSY, the Pick roller unit or the Brake roller unit.

  • Page 138: Replacing The Pad Assy

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY...

  • Page 139

    Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide. ADF release lever Press down on the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at the two positions shown and then rotate the plate toward you to remove it. Guide plate ADF upper sheet guide Pad ASSY...

  • Page 140

    Pad (cleaning area) Pad ASSY Guide plate 4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY...

  • Page 141

    Remove the Pad ASSY from the Guide plate by pushing the removal metal scroll down and then release hooks. 4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY...

  • Page 142

    Attach a new Pad ASSY by engaging the hooks then pressing scroll into the slot of the Guide plate. Confirm that the pad is firmly attached to the guide. Make sure that the two ATTENTION tabs are engaged with the Guide plate. If not attached firmly, paper feed errors such as document jams may occur.

  • Page 143: Replacing The Pick Roller Unit

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 4.4 Replacing the Pick Roller Unit...

  • Page 144

    While pulling the ADF lever toward you, lift up the ADF upper sheet guide. ADF release lever Lift up the Pick roller unit a little. Slide the Pick roller unit to the left to disengage the clutch ring from the shaft. Ring Shaft 4-10...

  • Page 145

    Install a new Pick roller unit in the reverse order of its removal. HINT Incorrect installation Lower the ADF upper sheet guide carefully. Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely. Clear the Pick roller counter.

  • Page 146: Replacing The Brake Roller Unit

    Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide.

  • Page 147

    Press down on the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at the two positions shown and rotate the plate toward you to remove it. Guide plate Turn the bail of the Brake roller upward and release the lock. Brake roller Pad ASSY Bail...

  • Page 148

    Pull the Brake roller toward you to remove it. Install a new Brake roller unit in the reverse order of its removal. By holding the bail toward you, put the Brake roller into bracket and rotate down until it locks in. Install the Guide plate in the reverse order of the removal.

  • Page 149: Replacing The Front-side Lamp

    Remove documents from the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp...

  • Page 150

    Pull down the Glass sheet guide tab and open the Glass sheet guide. This picture is side View. Glass sheet guide 4-16 4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp...

  • Page 151

    Pulling down the Lamp socket covers attached to the both end of the Lamp sockets and remove them. Rotate the Lamp a half turn so that the terminals on each end align with the slot on the Lamp socket and remove the Lamp from the unit. Lamp socket 4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp 4-17...

  • Page 152

    Install a new Lamp in the reverse order of the removal. Make sure that the clear portion of the Lamp faces down. If the Lamp is installed with the clear portion facing incorrect direction, an ATTENTION error due to insufficient light occurs. 4-18 4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp...

  • Page 153

    Attach the Lamp socket cover in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure that the metal part is fixed firmly. Lamp socket cover Close the glass sheet guide. Make sure that the guide is fixed firmly. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the unit slowly, then push the unit to close it completely.

  • Page 154: Replacing The Back-side Lamp

    4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp Never replace the Lamp without turning off the power. CAUTION Wait 5 minutes after turning off the power before touching the Lamp. Pull and open the side cover. Side cover 4-20 4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp...

  • Page 155

    Hold the handle (blue part) and pull out the Back-side lamp unit. Rotate the Lamp a half turn so that the terminals on each end align with the slot on the Lamp socket and remove the Lamp from the unit. Lamp socket Backside lamp unit 4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp...

  • Page 156

    Attach a new Lamp following the reverse order of old lamp removal. Make sure that the clear portion of the Lamp faces up. If the Lamp is installed with the clear portion facing incorrect direction, an ATTENTION error due to insufficient light occurs. 4-22 4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp...

  • Page 157

    Install the Back-lamp unit in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure the connectors meet properly. Close the side cover. Confirm that the cover is closed securely. Clear the Rear-side lamp counter. Please refer to the section “7.3 Setup Mode Details”, “ 9. Abrasion counter (Abrasion CNT) reset ”...

  • Page 158

    4-24 4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp...

  • Page 159: Solving Common Problems

    PROBLEMS This chapter describes how to clear document jams, how to remedy other problems, items to be checked before contacting an authorized service provider and how to check labels on the scanner. 5.1 Clearing Document Jams ...5-2 5.2 Troubleshooting ...5-8 5.3 Before Contacting a Service Provider ...5-29...

  • Page 160: Clearing Document Jams

    Remove the documents on the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. Raise the Upper transport unit fully, then lower it to engage lock before you put your hands inside of the scanner. CAUTION 5.1 Clearing Document Jams...

  • Page 161

    While pulling the ADF lever toward you, lift up the ADF upper sheet guide. ADF release lever Remove the jammed document. - Staples and paper clips etc. can cause document jams. ATTENTION - Make sure you check the document and the document transport path for obstructions before you start scanning again.

  • Page 162: Removing Jams From The Eject Mechanism

    ■ Removing jams from the eject mechanism. Remove the documents on the stacker. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and then raise it. ADF release lever Pull out the jammed document to the stacker. Lift the Upper transport unit to release the safety lock, then lower the unit carefully and push the unit to close it completely.

  • Page 163: Document Separation Force Adjustment

    ■ Document separation force adjustment If the following error occurs frequently, adjust the brake force of the Brake roller using setup mode. - Double-feed - Mis-pick - Paper jam1 Enter into the setup mode. Please refer to the section "1 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel", "Using the setup and the test modes"...

  • Page 164

    Document separation force setup items are as follows. Setting Document thickness Thick Thick Medium Thick Medium Thick Medium Medium Medium Thin Medium Thin Thin Thin If Mis-pick occurs frequently, adjust the Pick roller rotation speed. Press (Next button) to show the following screen. Press (Left arrow button) or Press...

  • Page 165

    Pick speed Mis-pick occurs frequently Fast (Factory default) Decrease pick speed Slow When you set pick speed at "Mid" or "Slow", scanning speed is reduced. ATTENTION 5.1 Clearing Document Jams...

  • Page 166: Troubleshooting

    If you can not resolve the trouble after following the flowcharts, please check the items in section "5.3 Before Contacting a Service Provider" on page 5-29, and then contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. Symptom1 Is the power cord connected?

  • Page 167

    Scanner service provider. (* ) Press any button except Power button. The Power button will not work to wake up the scanner. Pressing the power button more than 2 seconds will turn off the power. The operator panel LCD goes out.

  • Page 168

    Scanning does not start. Load the documents centered in the hopper. Close the upper transport unit correctly. Connect the interface cable properly. Set the SCSI ID correctly from the operator panel of the scanner. (* 1) Continued on next page...

  • Page 169

    Continued from the previous page Has the scanner been selected by multiple applications ? Is the Check LED blinking? Check LCD display for error. Eliminate the cause of user recoverable errors. Is the LED still blinking? Close all applications and select the scanner from only one application.

  • Page 170

    Is the Check LED lit? Turn the power off and on again. Is the Check LED lit? Contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. (* 1) For the details on how to set SCSI ID, refer to the section “7.3 Setup Mode Details”, “19.

  • Page 171

    Glass sheet guide and/or the Lamp(s) clean? Are the Lamps installed correctly? Select "Photo" mode (white level following off) on the scanner setup menu in your application. (* 1) Select halftoning or dithering mode on your PC. Clean the scanner completely.

  • Page 172

    If the application allows you to change the setting from scanner driver setting dialog, specify [Halftone], [Gray scale] or [24bit Color] for Image Mode. In [Halftone] mode, you have to specify Dither pattern.

  • Page 173

    If the application allows you to change the setting from scanner driver setting dialog, specify [Black & White] for Image Mode. (* 2 For the details of cleaning, refer to "3 DAILY CARE" on page 3-1.

  • Page 174

    Glass sheet guide and/or the Lamp(s) clean? Is the scanner installed on a flat and level surface? Contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. (* ) For the details of cleaning, refer to "3 DAILY CARE" on page 3-1. 5-16 5.2 Troubleshooting...

  • Page 175

    Are the Lamp(s) more than 1,000 hours old? Has the Lamp(s) burned out? (* 2) Contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. (* 1) For the cleaning of the removable sheet guide, and the glass sheet guide, please refer to "3 DAILY CARE" on page 3-1.

  • Page 176

    Eliminate the cause of user recover- able error. (* ) Is the Check LED blinking still? Contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. (* ) For the message display contents and the error recovery method, refer to “APPENDIX 3 MESSAGES ON THE OPERATOR PANEL”, “Error message (Temporary error)”...

  • Page 177

    Symptom9 The Check LED lights right after power on. Turn off the power and on again. Is the check LED lit again? Contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. The scanner operation is normal. 5.2 Troubleshooting 5-19...

  • Page 178

    Symptom10 Do the documents satisfy the conditions described in "6.2 Document Quality," "Precautions"? When double-feed (multi-feed) detection is on, are the double-feed (multi-feed) detection conditions (*2) satisfied? Did you fan the documents before loading them on the hopper? Are the documents recently printed on a copier or Laser printer? 5-20 5.2 Troubleshooting...

  • Page 179

    Are the Pick roller, the Brake roller or the document path dirty? Clean the Pad ASSY. (* 3) Replace the Pad ASSY. (* 4) Install the Pad ASSY properly. (* 4) Clean the scanner completely. (* 5) Continued on next page 5.2 Troubleshooting 5-21...

  • Page 180

    For the double-feed detection conditions, refer to "APPENDIX 2 DOUBLE- FEED (MULTI-FEED) DETECTION CONDITIONS" on page AP-2. (* 3), (* 5) For the details on how to clean scanner, refer to "Chapter 3 DAILY CARE" on page 3-1. (* 4) For the details on how to replace Pas ASSY, refer to "4 REPLACEMENT OF...

  • Page 181

    Symptom11 Document jam occurs frequently. Do the documents satisfy the conditions described in "6.2 Document Quality," "Precautions"? Is the length of the documents shorter than 3 inches (80mm) and is the paper length set to [Normal]? Is there any foreign objects in the ADF paper path? Is the Pad ASSY installed properly? Use documents which satisfy...

  • Page 182

    (* 4) For the details on how to replace Pas ASSY, refer to "4 REPLACEMENT OF CONSUMABLES" on page 4-1. (* 5) For the details on scanner cleaning, refer to "Chapter 3 DAILY CARE" on page 3-1. (* 6) For the replacement and re-installation of Pick roller unit and Brake roller unit, please refer to "4 REPLACEMENT OF CONSUMABLES"...

  • Page 183

    "Offset setting Sub." Right click on Scanner Control Center icon and select [Options]. Adjust the vertical magnification. Contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. Is the Scanner Control Center icon displayed in the task tray? Select [FUJITSU Scanner Control Center] from the Start menu and run it.

  • Page 184

    Scanner is not recognized by PC automatically. Turn on the power. Install correctly the proper driver and/or updates. (* 1) Re-install the driver. (* 2) Uninstall EZ-SCSI first, then install the driver. Contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. Continued on next page...

  • Page 185

    (* 1) For the details on how to install the SCSI card driver and updates, refer to section 2.2 in the “fi-4860C2 Installation Guide”. (* 2) For the details on how to install FUJITSU TWAIN, refer to “FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver (Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows) User’s Guide,” “3.

  • Page 186

    Contact an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. (* ) For the details on how to install FUJITSU TWAIN, refer to “FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver (Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows) User’s Guide”, “3. Installation.” The User’s Guide is included in the FUJITSU TWAIN CD-ROM.

  • Page 187: Before Contacting A Service Provider

    5.3 Before Contacting a Service Provider Please check the following items before contacting an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service provider. ■ General descriptions Items to check Model Serial Number Manufacturing date Date of purchase Symptom Frequency of trouble For the confirmation of manufacturing information, refer to ""5.4 Labels on the Scanner" on page 5-31.

  • Page 188

    (example) Adaptec SCSI Card 29160 Findings (example) Copier paper (example) Filing company documents (example) December 2003 (example) November 15, 2003 (example) Paper Jam2 Findings (example) FUJITSU TWAIN 9.9 (example) Adaptec SCSI Card 29160 (example) Windows 2000 Professional (example) Acrobat Information...

  • Page 189: Labels On The Scanner

    5.4 Labels on the Scanner This section describes how to check the labels on the scanner. The positions of the labels The following shows where the two labels are located on the scanner. Manufacturing Label (example): Regulatory label (example): Shows the conforming standards of the scanner.

  • Page 190

    5-32 5.4 Labels on the Scanner...

  • Page 191: Adf Document Specifications

    ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS This chapter describes the sizes and qualities of documents required for the satisfactory performance of the scanner. 6.1 Document Size...6-2 6.2 Document Quality...6-3 6.3 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas...6-6 6.4 Print Prohibited Area...6-7 6.5 Background Color Areas ...6-8 6.6 Job Separation Sheet...6-9...

  • Page 192: Document Size

    6.1 Document Size The following shows the supported document sizes. Maximum 297 mm 432 mm 11.7 in. 17 in. 6.1 Document Size Feeding Direction Minimum 74 mm 74 mm 2.9 in. 2.9 in.

  • Page 193: Document Quality

    6.2 Document Quality This section describes the types and thickness of documents this scanner supports. ■ Document type The recommended document types are as follows. - Woodfree paper - Wood containing paper When using documents of a paper type other than the above, perform a test-scanning with a few sheets of the same type before executing the actural task in order to check whether or not the documents can be scanned.

  • Page 194

    ■ Precautions The following documents may not be scanned successfully. - Document of non-uniform thickness (e.g. envelopes) - Wrinkled or curled documents (Refrer to HINT on the next page ) - Folded or torn documents - Tracing paper - Coated paper - Carbon paper - Carbonless paper - Photosensitive paper...

  • Page 195

    • Carbonless paper contains chemical substances that may damage the ATTENTION Pad ASSY or rollers (e.g. Pick roller) when documents are fed. Pay attention to the following: Cleaning If pick errors occur frequently, clean the Pad ASSY and the Pick roller. For details on cleaning the Pad ASSY ancd the Pick roller, refer to "Chapter 3 Daily Care"...

  • Page 196: Hole-punching Prohibited Areas

    6.3 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas Punched holes in the shaded areas may cause errors. For job separation sheet requirements, please refer to the section "6.6 Job Separation Sheet" on page 6-9. 113 (4.45") Reading reference position (0.39") (0.39") Front side Reading surface 6.3 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas 134 (5.28") 79 (3.12") 96 (3.78")

  • Page 197: Print Prohibited Area

    6.4 Print Prohibited Area If there is printing in area A, the document size may be mis-detected. If there is printing in area B of a document, it may cause double-feed errors. The following figure shows print prohibited areas on a document. If double-feed detection is to be enabled, it is recommended that you avoid printing in these areas.

  • Page 198: Background Color Areas

    6.5 Background Color Areas Paper white detection is performed in the shaded area as shown in the Figure below. The top 3mm on both sides of a document, should have no printing in this area. When using dropout color, the color can be in this area. If this cannot be followed, turn the white level follower off when reading.

  • Page 199: Job Separation Sheet

    6.6 Job Separation Sheet 1. Shape The following shows the typical format of the job separation sheet. Center of document more than 210 (8.27") 2. Document Specifications Document width must be Letter (8.5 inch)/A4 width (210mm) or wider. (0.59") (Unit : mm) 6.6 Job Separation Sheet...

  • Page 200: Hopper Capacity

    6.7 Hopper Capacity The number of pages that can be loaded on the Hopper depends on the paper size and the ream weight. This information is shown in the following graph. Paper weight conversion table Paper weight 6-10 6.7 Hopper Capacity Paper weight (g/m ) Conversion A4/Letter or smaller...

  • Page 201: Operator Panel Menus

    OPERATOR PANEL MENUS This chapter explains the setup mode and the test mode of the scanner. 7.1 Setup Mode ...7-2 7.2 Setup mode functions...7-9 7.3 Setup Mode Details ...7-16 7.4 Test Mode Overview ...7-67 7.5 Test Mode Details ...7-72...

  • Page 202: Setup Mode

    - Online setup mode When LCD indicates Ready status, press The following message appears. By pressing (Enter button), the scanner enters Online setup mode. - Offline setup mode Press and hold (Start button) and turn on the power. The Operator panel LCD displays the following message.

  • Page 203

    ■ Online setup mode restrictions In Online setup mode, the scanner setup can be changed without turning off the power. However, the following items cannot be changed from this mode. - Consumables counter reset - SCSI ID change - Product ID change...

  • Page 204

    ■ Function of buttons in setup mode Button name Displays the next menu item without saving the change. [Next] Referred to as Next button in this manual. Displays the previous menu item without saving the change. [Previous] Referred to as Previous button in this manual. Moves to the right item on the menu Referred to as Right arrow button in this manual.

  • Page 205

    (From screen !30) <<Continue on screen !09 on the next page>> -> & & 7.1 Setup Mode...

  • Page 206

    <<Continue on screen !17 on the next page>> 7.1 Setup Mode...

  • Page 207

    <<Continue on screen !26 on the next page>> 7.1 Setup Mode...

  • Page 208

    The menu screens with dotted line frame appear only when the scanner is in the Offline setup mode. HINT Screen 22 and screen 23 appear only when any TPS interface board is installed. HINT Screen 24 appears only when both the fi-486PRFR (Pre-imprinter) and the fi-486PRRE (Post-imprinter) are installed.

  • Page 209: Setup Mode Functions

    7.2 Setup mode functions There are 32 items in setup mode as shown in the following. Descriptions display Double Feed Specifies the double-feed (Multi-feed) detection mode (Multi-feed) based on: 1: Document overlapping / thickness 2: Document overlapping / thickness+ Brake roller rotation amount Length Check Specifies the double-feed detection based on the...

  • Page 210

    Descriptions display Abrasion Specifies the scanners operation when consumables Alarm replacement occurs: stop scanning or message display only. Also specifies the consumable replacement message timing. Abrasion Clear the consumable counters (Abrasion counter) Counter Manual Feed Specifies the pick start time from the time document is manually set.

  • Page 211

    Descriptions display Skew Check Specifies if skew detection is enabled. Separation Specifies the Brake roller force appropriate for the document thickness Paper Length Set when scanning the document equal or shorter than length 80mm (3.15”). F.Background Specifies the background color (Black or White) for scanning.

  • Page 212

    Descriptions display Pre-pick Enable or disable pre-pick operation, the picking of a document prior to actual feeding. (increases scanner throughput) Picking speed Specify the Pick roller rotation speed Pick retry Specify the Pick motor rotation time (Retry Step) and number of retries (Retry Time).

  • Page 213

    CCDs. SCSI ID Specifies SCSI ID of the scanner. Product ID Specifies the scanner product SCSI Bus Specifies the SCSI data bus width, 8bit or 16 bit. Interface Specifies the interface to use when an optional or third party interface board is installed in the TPS (Third Party Slot).

  • Page 214

    Descriptions display Baud Rate Specifies the control data transfer rate for TPS interface. Imprinter When both fi-486PRFR (Pre- imprinter) and fi-486PRRE (Post-imprinter) are installed, specifies which one to setup. Numbering When either fi-486PRFR (Pre- imprinter) and fi-486PRRE (Post-imprinter) is installed, set the numbering parameters.

  • Page 215

    Descriptions display Power Save Specifies the time before entering Power save mode. Language Specifies the language to use for Operator panel display. Imprinter Shows the installed imprinter Status type. Lamp control Specifies whether or not to keep the lamp turned on. Auto crop W.

  • Page 216: Setup Mode Details

    (Enter button) to confirm the setting. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD redisplays [Ready] screen. 7-16 7.3 Setup Mode Details (Previous button) and let the scanner show <Screen1> (Left arrow button) or (Right arrow button) and Document thickness: Thick...

  • Page 217

    If the following error occurs frequently, change the setting by referring to the explanation on the table. HINT - Double-feed - Mis-pick - Paper Jam1 Setting Document sepa- ration force Thick Strong Medium Thick Medium strong Medium Average (Factory default) Medium Thin Medium weak Thin Weak...

  • Page 218

    Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen. 7-18 7.3 Setup Mode Details (Previous button) and let the scanner show <Screen2> (Left arrow button) and select [On]. (Right arrow button) and select [Off].

  • Page 219

    Mis-pick to occur. HINT Picking speed Fast (Factory default) Slow When the Pick speed is set at "Mid" or "Slow", the scanner will slow down. HINT (Previous button) and let the scanner show (Right arrow button) and When Mis-pick occurs frequently Decreases the Pick speed 7.3 Setup Mode Details...

  • Page 220

    To disable the Double-feed detection, select [No] and press The blinking item is the one selected. HINT 7-20 7.3 Setup Mode Details (Previous button) and let the scanner show <Screen4> (Left arrow button) or Document overlapping and thickness are not checked.

  • Page 221

    3) At <Screen 4-1> you can enable or disable the Double-feed detection or configure the detection modes by pressing arrow button). <Screen4-1> By pressing (Right arrow button), the selection moves from (1) to (3). By pressing (Left arrow button), the selection moves from (3) to (1). (1) [Off] is blinking: (2) [On] and [1] are blinking: (3) [On] and [2: Full] are blinking:...

  • Page 222

    The available ranges of detection are as follows: Top: 0 (default), 50, 100, 150, 200 (Unit : mm) L: 100 (default), 150, 200 (Unit : mm) 5) Besides the Double-feed detection by checking paper overlapping (the amount of ultrasonic waves), you can enable or disable the detection by checking paper thickness (the amount of light) at <Screen 4-3>.

  • Page 223

    (1) [Thickness] is blinking: (2) [Thickness & Roller] is blinking: (3) [+] is blinking: By pressing (Enter button), LCD display changes to <Screen4-5>. <Screen4-5> 8) At <Screen4-5>, by pressing the detection timing can be selected. (1) [Pick] is blinking: (2) [Pick & Feed] is blinking: Double-feed is checked by the document pick 9) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting.

  • Page 224

    When a double-feed is detected and the scanning operation is stopped, the ATTENTION last documents in the hopper or the one ahead of it might have been double fed. Depending on the document type, there are cases when double-feed can not ATTENTION be detected by paper thickness.

  • Page 225

    If you would like to disable the Double-feed detection, select [No] and press (Enter button). The blinking item is the one selected. HINT (Previous button) and let the scanner show (Left arrow button) or Document length is not checked. Document length is checked.

  • Page 226

    3) In case of (2) or (3), by pressing <Screen5-1>. 4) At <Screen5-1>, by pressing the document length can be specified. By pressing (Right arrow button), selection moves from (1) to (3). By pressing (Left arrow button), selection moves from (3) to (1). (1) [10] is blinking: The document length difference below 10mm is not (2) [15] is blinking: The document length difference below 15mm is not (3) [20] is blinking: The document length difference below 20mm is not...

  • Page 227

    6. Setting Skew Check 1) Pressing (Next button) or <Screen6>. <Screen6> 2) If you want to enable Skew check at <Screen6>, press and select [On]. To disable Skew-check, press press (Enter button). 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.

  • Page 228

    7. Setting IPC pre-set 1) Pressing (Next button) or <Screen7>. 2) At <Screen7>, the preset items can be selected by pressing button) or (Right arrow button). The blinking item is the one selected. HINT 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.

  • Page 229

    When scanning in Binary mode (Line art), document type and a suitable pre- set pattern relationship is shown as follows: HINT − The horizontal axis shows the darkness/color of the background against the text/lines on the documents. − The vertical axis shows the darkness of the text and lines on the documents.

  • Page 230

    This setting is invalid in grayscale mode or in color mode. HINT Pre-sets are valid only in binary scan mode. The following table shows validity of each scan parameter when using IPC pre-set in Offline mode. Validity of scan parameter Scan Resolu- mode...

  • Page 231

    8. Setting Consumables Replacement Message 1) Pressing (Next button) or <Screen8>. <Screen8> 2) At <Screen8> , to change Consumables replacement message setup (Abrasion Alarm), press (Right arrow button) and select [Yes]. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT Press (Enter button) to confirm the selection.

  • Page 232

    3) At <Screen8-1>, press select consumable error process. (1) [Stop] is blinking: (2) [Message] is blinking: When the consumables replacement limit is By pressing (Enter button), <Screen8-2> appears on the LCD. 4) At <Screen8-2>, specify the number of scans to get Consumables replacement message.

  • Page 233

    9. Abrasion counter (Abrasion CNT) reset 1) Pressing (Next button) or <Screen9>. <Screen9> 2) At <Screen9>, select the Abrasion counter to reset. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT You can select a counter from the following. (1) [Pick] is blinking: (2) [Brake] is blinking: (3) [Pad] is blinking: (4) [F.Lamp] is blinking: Front-side lamp counter (Front Lamp) can be reset.

  • Page 234

    3) By pressing (Enter button), LCD display changes to <Screen9-1>, <Screen9-2>, <Screen9-3>, <Screen9-4>, or <Screen9-5> depending on the selection at <Screen9>. When [Pick] is selected: When [Brake] is selected: When [Pad] is selected: When [F Lamp] is selected: When [B Lamp] is selected: [XXXXXX] indicates each Abrasion counter value.

  • Page 235

    4) At <Screen9-1> , <Screen9-2>, <Screen9-3>, <Screen9-4> or <Screen9-5>, to reset the corresponding counter, press [Reset]. Press (Enter button) to confirm the selection, then <Screen9-6> is displayed. If you do not want to reset the counter, select [No] and press button).

  • Page 236

    10. Setting Short document scan mode(Paper Length setup) 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen10> . 2) At <Screen10>, press select the proper setting for the document to scan. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT (1) [Normal] is blinking: This mode is for scanning documents longer than (2) [Short] is blinking: 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting.

  • Page 237

    11. Setting Language 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen11> . <Screen11> 2) Press (Left arrow button) or language for LCD display. 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.

  • Page 238

    12. Setting Front-side background color 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen12>. 2) At <Screen12>, to set the background color to white, press button) and select [White]. To set the background color to black, press [Black]. 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.

  • Page 239

    13. Setting Back-side background color 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen13>. <Screen13> 2) At <Screen12>, to set the background color to white, press button) and select [White]. To set the background color to black, press [Black]. 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.

  • Page 240

    14. Setting Front-side dropout color 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen14>. 2) At <Screen14>, press select the color to drop out. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.

  • Page 241

    15. Setting Back-side dropout color 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen15>. <Screen15> 2) At <Screen15>, press select a color to drop out. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.

  • Page 242

    16. Setting Pick retry 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen16>. 2) At <Screen16>, to change pick motor’s pick operation time and the number of retries, press (Right arrow button) and select [Yes]. Press button) to confirm the selection. <Screen16-1> is displayed. If the change is not required, select [No] and press The blinking item is the one selected.

  • Page 243

    4) At <Screen16-2>, specify the number of pick retries. By pressing arrow button), the number of retries decreases. By pressing button), the number of retries increases. Press (Left arrow button) or The number of the pick retries can be set between 1 to 7 times. 5) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting.

  • Page 244

    17. Setting Feed retry 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen17>. 2) At <Screen17>, to change Feed motor operation time and the number of retries, press (Right arrow button) and select [Yes]. Press (Enter button) to confirm the selection. <Screen17-1> is displayed. If the change is not required, select [No] and press The blinking item is the one selected.

  • Page 245

    4) In <Screen17-2>, specify the number of retries. By pressing button), the number of retry decreases. By pressing the number of retries increases. The number of the feed retries can be set between 1 to 7 times. Press (Left arrow button) or 5) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting.

  • Page 246

    18. Setting Manual Feed mode 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen18>. 2) At <Screen18>, if the setting change is required, press button) and select [Yes]. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT Press (Enter button) to confirm the selection then the LCD display changes to <Screen18-1>.

  • Page 247

    Press (Enter button) then <Screen18-2> is displayed. <Screen18-2> 4) At <Screen18-2>, specify the wait time (i.e. the time from the PC issues scan command to time out) for manual setting of document. By pressing (Left arrow button), the wait time becomes shorter. By pressing (Right arrow button), the wait time becomes longer.

  • Page 248

    (Enter button) and make the setting valid. Press (Exit button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen. Changed SCSI ID becomes valid after the scanner power is cycled. HINT 7-48 7.3 Setup Mode Details (Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen19>...

  • Page 249

    20. Setting of Product ID (Scanner model number) 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen20>. <Screen20> 2) At <Screen20>, press select Product ID. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT The following are the selectable Product IDs. (1) fi4860C (2) fi4990C...

  • Page 250

    21. Setting SCSI bus width 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen21>. 2) At <Screen21>. If Wide SCSI (68pin) interface is used, press button) and select [16]. If SCSI-2 (50pin) interface is used, press The blinking item is the one selected. HINT 3) Press (Enter button) to confirm the setting.

  • Page 251

    22. Setting Interface 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen22>. <Screen22> 2) At <Screen22>, press select the type of interface. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT Available interface settings are as follows: (1) [Auto] is blinking: (2) [SCSI] is blinking: SCSI interface is used. The interface on TPS is disre- (3) [TPS] is blinking: By pressing (Left arrow button), selection moves from (3) to (1).

  • Page 252

    23. Setting Baud rate of TPS interface 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen23>. 2) At <Screen23>, press select Baud rate. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT Baud rates available are as follows: (1) 19200 bps (2) 9600 bps (3) 4800 bps (4) 2400 bps By pressing...

  • Page 253

    <Screen24-1> The imprinter selection can be specified from the interface or the operator panel. The priority setting is to decide which setting the scanner must follow; the setting done on the interface or the operator panel (Previous button), and display the <Screen24>...

  • Page 254

    7-54 7.3 Setup Mode Details (Left arrow button) or (right arrow button), and “I/F” blinks and the scanner forcibly follows the settings done on the interface. the scanner forcibly follows the settings done on the operator panel.

  • Page 255

    25. Setting Imprinter numbering 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen25>. <Screen25> To show your selection of imprinter or the imprinter to setup, [Pre] or [Post] is displayed. HINT 2) At <Screen25>, to enable numbering printing with the imprinter, press arrow button) and select [On]. Press (Enter button) to confirm the selection.

  • Page 256

    3) At <Screen25-1>, press let your choice of number of digits blink. Selectable number of digits is listed as below. (1) [5] is blinking: (2) [8] is blinking: Press (Enter button), then <Screen25-2> is displayed. 4) At <Screen25-2>, specify the initial value of numbering. By pressing (Left arrow button) or (blinking on LCD) can be specified.

  • Page 257

    5) At <Screen25-3>, you can specify if the numbering should be initialized to the specified initial value in 4) at hopper empty. To specify to initialize the numbering counter at hopper empty, press arrow button) and select [On]. Press (Enter button) to confirm the selection. Then, <Screen25-4> is displayed.

  • Page 258

    26. Reset the Ink remain counter of imprinter. If the following message comes up, prepare the new Print cartridge. If no further printing is not possible, replace the Print cartridge and reset the ink counter. If the Print cartridge is replaced before Print cartridge error occurs, be sure to reset the Ink remain counter.

  • Page 259

    2) At <Screen26>, to choose to reset the ink counter, press button) and select [Reset]. Press (Enter button). <Screen26-1> is displayed. Not to reset, select [No] and press <Screen26-1> 3) At <Screen26-1>, to actually reset the counter, press and select [yes]. To cancel the reset, select [No] and press 4) Press (Enter button) and reset the counter.

  • Page 260

    If power save mode is not required, press [Off].Then, press 3) At <Screen27-1> ,by pressing button), select the scanner wait idle time before entering power save mode. The blinking item is the one selected. HINT A minimum of 5 minutes to the maximum of 60 minutes can be selected with 5 minutes increment.

  • Page 261

    28. Setting Brightness 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen28>. <Screen28> 2) At <Screen28>, to adjust the Brightness, press select [Yes]. Press (Enter button) to confirm the selection. <Screen28-1> is displayed. If Brightness adjustment is not required, select [No] and press button).

  • Page 262

    29. Confirming Imprinter installation 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen29>. [XXXX/XXXX], imprinter installation status is displayed as follows. (1) Only fi-486PRFR is installed: (2) Only fi-486PRRE is installed: (3) Both fi-486PRFR and fi-486PRRE are installed: 2) By pressing (Exit button), LCD display goes back to “Ready”. 7-62 7.3 Setup Mode Details (Previous button) and let LCD display...

  • Page 263

    30. Setting Lamp Control 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen30>. <Screen30> 2) At <Screen30>, press (Right arrow button) to select [AlwaysOn]. (1) [Normal] is blinking: (2) [AlwaysOn] is blinking: Press (Enter button) to determine the setting. 3) By pressing (Exit button), LCD display goes back to “Ready”. (Previous button) and let LCD display (Left arrow button) to select [Normal] or press [Normal] mode is...

  • Page 264

    31. Setting Auto crop width When the scanner is set to scan in the Black & White mode and to detect a paper size automatically, the width of the detected paper may not be the integer number. You can round the number including fractions up or down.

  • Page 265

    32. Setting the offset (starting position) for automatic size detection of the back side image 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen32>. <Screen32> 2) At <Screen32>, to adjust the offset (starting position) for automatic size detection of the back side image, press [Yes].

  • Page 266

    4)At <Screen32-2>, press adjust the vertical starting position. Pressing (Right arrow button): The setting value increases from Pressing (Left arrow button): 5) Press (Enter button) to determine the settings done. By pressing (Exit button), LCD display goes back to “Ready”. 7-66 7.3 Setup Mode Details (Left arrow button) or...

  • Page 267: Test Mode Overview

    7.4 Test Mode Overview ■ Outline Scanner operation can be checked in the offline test mode. To enter the test mode, follow the procedures below. - Test mode Keep pressing (Start button) and turn on the power. Then the Operator panel LCD displays the following message.

  • Page 268

    ■ Button functions in test mode Button name Function Displays the next menu item without saving the change. [Next] Referred to as Next button in this manual. Displays the previous menu item without saving the change. [Previous] Referred to as Previous button in this manual. Moves to the right item on the menu.

  • Page 269

    ■ Transition of screens in test mode Refer to the next page. The LCD screen transition chart in the following pages show the concept. The flow charts in the following pages show the transition of the LCD screen. For the details, please refer to the descriptions in “ page 7-71.

  • Page 270

    7-70 7.4 Test Mode Overview Continue to screen T03 on the next page (Scanning) Start scanning, or setup imprinter test conditions...

  • Page 271

    ■ Contents of test mode setting LCD display Single feed Scans a sheet of document without connecting to a PC. Multi-feed Scans documents continuously without connecting to a PC. Device Life Shows the cumulative lamp-on time. Options Shows the options installation status. Descriptions 7.4 Test Mode Overview 7-71...

  • Page 272: Test Mode Details

    7.5 Test Mode Details Single feed test mode Without connecting to a PC, the scanner's whole mechanism’s operation can be checked. Only one sheet is fed with this test. Scan parameters can be changed for scan test. Imprinter test print can be performed at the same time.

  • Page 273

    At this screen, press (Left arrow button) or and select simplex or duplex. Press (Enter button) and confirm the setting. Then the display goes back to <Screen50-2>. (2) At <Screen50-2>, select the second item from left, [A4P] in the sample screen, and press (Enter button).

  • Page 274

    At <Screen50-1>, select [START], and press If fi-486PRFR and/or fi-486PRREis installed, <Screen50-3> is displayed for setting imprinter test conditions. If an imprinter(s) is not installed, the scanner starts scanning operations. 7-74 7.5 Test Mode Details (Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen50-2.3>...

  • Page 275

    <Screen50-3> 6) At <Screen50-3>, press and: Select [On] to do imprinter test while scanning. Then select the imprinter to use. If the printer to use is fi-486PRFR, select [Pre]. If fi-486PRRE, select [Post]. If imprinter test is not required, select [Off]. 7) Press (Start button).

  • Page 276

    2. Multi feed test mode Without connecting to a PC, the scanner's whole mechanism’s operation can be checked. In this test documents are scanned continuously. Scan parameters can be changed for scanning test. Imprinter test print can be performed at the same time.

  • Page 277

    5) Specify the scanning conditions. (1)At <Screen51-2>, select the left most item, [S] in the sample screen, and press (Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen51- 2.1>. <Screen51-2.1> At this screen, press and select simplex or duplex. Press (Enter button) and confirm the setting. Then the display goes back to <Screen51-2>.

  • Page 278

    A4 portrait B4 portrait Legal portrait 11 x 17 inch portrait A3 portrait A5 landscape B5 landscape Letter landscape A4 landscape A5 portrait B5 portrait Letter portrait Press (Enter button) and confirm the setting.Then <Screen51-2> is redisplayed. (3)At <Screen51-2>, select the third item from left, [BW] in the sample screen, and press <Screen51-2.3>.

  • Page 279

    (Enter button). Then <Screen51-1> is redisplayed. At <Screen51-1>, select [START] and press If fi-486PRFR and/or fi-486PRREis installed, <Screen51-3> is displayed for setting imprinter test conditions. If an imprinter(s) is not installed, the scanner starts scanning operations. <Screen51-3> At this screen, press (Left arrow button) or Select [On] to do imprinter test while scanning.

  • Page 280

    7) Press (Start button). Scanning operation starts with or without imprinter test. To quit the test, press (Stop button). HINT The LCD goes back to <Screen51>. 7-80 7.5 Test Mode Details...

  • Page 281

    3. Display the cumulative lamp-on time You can check the cumulative number of lamp-on time. 1) Press (Next button) or <Screen53>. <Screen53> 2) At <Screen53>, press <Screen53-1> is displayed. <Screen53-1> [F: XXXXXXXX] indicates the cumulative lamp-on time for the Front-side lamp.

  • Page 282

    4. Option installation status display You can check the options installation status. 1) Press (Next button) or display <Screen54>. 2) At <Screen54>, press <Screen54-1> is displayed. If fi-486PRFR is installed, LCD display shows [Pre Printer: indicates that the printer is installed. If not installed, it shows [Pre Printer:-]. If fi-486PRRE is installed, LCD display shows [Post Printer: indicates that the printer is installed.

  • Page 283: Options

    OPTIONS This chapter describes options for fi-4860C2. 8.1 Options ...8-2 8.2 fi-486PRFR (Pre-imprinter) ...8-3 8.3 fi-486PRRE (Post-imprinter) ...8-4 8.4 fi-486TRK (Thinner paper Roller Kit) ...8-5...

  • Page 284: Options

    PA03296-D201 fi-486TRK PA03296-D780 For the details please contact FUJITSU scanner dealer where you purchased the scanner or FUJITSU group company responsible for your country. The both imprinters can be installed on the scaner at the same time. ATTENTION However, only one of them can print at a time.

  • Page 285: Fi-486prfr (pre-imprinter)

    8.2 fi-486PRFR (Pre-imprinter) The fi-486PRFR is installed at the front side of the document path, inside of the scanner. It prints prior to scanning. The fi-486PRFR (Pre-imprinter) Specifications are described below. Item Printing Method Thermal Ink Jet Printable characters Alphabet letters : A to Z, a to z Numeric characters: 0,1 to 9 Symbols : ! ”...

  • Page 286: Fi-486prre (post-imprinter)

    8.3 fi-486PRRE (Post-imprinter) The fi-486PRRE is installed at the rear side of the document path, inside of the scanner. It prints after the scanning. The fi-486PRRE (Post-imprinter) Specifications are described below. Item Printing Method Thermal Ink Jet Printable characters Alphabet letters : A to Z, a to z Numeric characters: 0,1 to 9 Symbols : ! ”...

  • Page 287: Fi-486trk (thinner Paper Roller Kit)

    8.4 fi-486TRK (Thinner paper Roller Kit) fi-486TRK provides smooth paper feeding when reading documents smaller than Letter/A4 size and thinner than the standard thickness (31 g/m effective for scanning documents with paper dust. Refer to the section "6.2 Document Quality (on page 6-3)"...

  • Page 288

    8.4 fi-486TRK (Thinner paper Roller Kit)

  • Page 289: Scanner Specifications

    SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS This chapter describes the Scanner Specifications. 9.1 Basic Product Specifications ...9-2 9.2 Installation Specifications ...9-3 9.3 Dimensions ...9-5...

  • Page 290: Basic Product Specifications

    (* 1) For details, refer to “Chapter 6 ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS” on page 6-1. (* 2) The scanning speed is the maximum speed of the scanner hardware. The actual speed may be slower due to the system overhead such as data transfer time.

  • Page 291: Installation Specifications

    Power consumption Specification Depth Width 431 mm, 520 mm, 17 in. 20.5 in. 100 mm 4 in. Scanner 500 mm 100 mm 19.7 in. 600 mm 23.6 in. Front 45 kg, 99 lb AC100 - 240 V±10 % Single-phase 50/60 Hz +2/-4 % 200 W or less 9.2 Installation Specifications...

  • Page 292

    Item Ambient condition Device status Temperature Humidity Heat capacity Shipping Weight (kg) 9.2 Installation Specifications Specification Operating Not operating 15 -- 35 degrees Celsius -20 -- +60 degrees Celsius 59 -- 95 degrees Fahrenheit -4 -- +140 degrees Fahrenheit 20 - 80 % 8 - 95 % 172 kcal or less 50 kg, 110 lb...

  • Page 293: Dimensions

    9.3 Dimensions (20.6 in.) (20.5 in.) (20.5 in.) unit: mm 9.3 Dimensions...

  • Page 294

    9.3 Dimensions...

  • Page 295: Appendix 1 Drop-out Color

    APPENDIX 1 DROP-OUT COLOR A drop-out color is a color that can be eliminated from what the scanner sees. To check the background color of document for drop-out, use the method and follow the standards given below. Print density measurement The measurement must be made in one of the following ways: - A fluorescent light source.

  • Page 296: Appendix 2 Double-feed (multi-feed) Detection Conditions

    APPENDIX 2 DOUBLE-FEED (MULTI- FEED) DETECTION CONDITIONS There are three double-feed (a.k.a. multi feed) detection modes: document thickness, document length, and both document thickness and length. The following conditions must be satisfied in each of these detection modes. (When fi-486TRK is not installed.) Detection by Document Overlapping - Paper weight: 52 g/m - Punched holes are not allowed within 35mm (1.4 inch) of the vertical center line...

  • Page 297

    - Punched holes are not allowed within 35mm (1.4 inch) of the vertical center line of the document. - The deviation in the amount of the light transmitted through background areas must not be less than 10%. Detection by Document Overlapping and Length Sheets of the same thickness and length shall be set in the ADF at a time.

  • Page 298

    - The deviation in the amount of the light transmitted through background areas must not be less than 10%. The type and the conditions of document and the conditions sometimes cause the double-feed detection rate to drop. HINT When the overlapping check is specified, the paper sheets which contact closely each other, such as electro-statically charged paper, can result in the HINT miss-detection of double-feed.

  • Page 299: Appendix 3 Messages On The Operator Panel

    APPENDIX 3 MESSAGES ON THE OPERATOR PANEL ■ Massages of Scaner Operation Status <Not Ready status> changes to move to the following check states. (Initializing) <Not Ready status> (Ejecting document) <Not Ready status> (Checking sensor) <Not Ready status> (Resetting the hop- per) <Not Ready status>...

  • Page 300

    Power LED lamp lights, the scanner is in the Low power mode. The scanner wakes up from Low power mode by one of the following opera- ATTENTION tions. Press any button (except Power button) on the Operator Panel.

  • Page 301

    <Double feed error> The following message is displayed while the scanner is scan- ning continuously in the state where double-feed (multi feed) (Scanning) has been detected (by overlapping check). If a double-feed detection state is canceled on “Ready“ screen after scanning, the upper row of this message disappears.

  • Page 302

    "xxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value. HINT (Waiting) The following message is displayed while the scanner is waiting in the state when double-feed (multi feed) has been detected (by thickness check). Press the [Stop] button, and the double-feed detection state is canceled.

  • Page 303

    The following message displayed if a document is jammed in the ADF. Refer to "5.1 Clearing Document Jams" on page 5-2 for remov- ing the document remained in the scanner. One of "1" - "8" is displayed instead of "x", depending on paper jam status. HINT :Check LED blinking button.

  • Page 304

    <ADF cover open> The following message is displayed if the ADF cover is not closed completely. Close the ADF cover completely, to enable scanning. <Double feed error> The following message is displayed, when the double-feed is detected by thickness check. (by thickness check) (by length check) The following message is displayed, when the double-feed is...

  • Page 305

    <Skew error> The following message is displayed, When skewed document is fed from the hopper to the ADF. <Hopper is full or The following message is displayed, when the Pick roller unit is not set correctly or when there are too many documents. Pick unit not set>...

  • Page 306

    <Separation roller > The following message is displayed, when the Separation roller rotates while the Brake roller does not rotate at all. <Checking Consum- The following message is displayed, when the Abrasion counter ables> value exceeds the setting value to display an consumables replacement message.

  • Page 307

    ■ Alarm message (Hardware error The following messages are displayed, when an error occurs inside the sccaner. In this case, please switch on the power supply once again after disconnecting the power supply. If the same message is displayed again, please contact a distributor or an nearest imaging service and support center for help.

  • Page 308

    <Lamp fuse alarm> The following message is displayed, when the fuse for the lamp for front side blows out. (Front side) <Lamp fuse alarm> The following message is displayed, when the fuse for the lamp for back side blows out. (Back side) <Background fuse The following message is displayed, when the fuse for changing...

  • Page 309

    <Sensor error> The following message is displayed, when a sensor error occurs "xxxx." shows the sensor name (SUS, SF0, SA4, etc.) HINT <Temprrature error> The following message is displayed, when the temperature inside the scanner becomes higher than normal. ●AP-15...

  • Page 310

    <Power supply The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in the error> Power supply. <EEPROM Alarm> The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in the EEPROM. The EEPROM address where the error occurs is displayed in [xx] digit in the above sample screen.

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    <MDC download The following message is displayed, when an error occurs dur- error> ing downloading the firmware to MDC. <Imprinter alarm> The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in the fi-486PRFR (Pre-imprinter) or the fi-486PRRE (Post-imprinter). <Command alarm> The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in the command sequence from PC.

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    SF0 sensor SF1 sensor SF1.5 sensor 3-46 4-20 SF2 sensor Transport path Cleaning materials Cleaning sheet ...1-7 Configuration Window of FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver Consumables Abrasion counters Part No. Replacement cycle Replacement message Correcting the skewed Documents Cumulative lamp-on time ...1-1...

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    ... 1-6 Errors ...3-3 Feed roller ...8-2 fi-486PRFR ...8-2 fi-486PRRE ...3-3 Front-side lamp FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner ... 1-27 Driver ...3-3 Glass sheet guide ... 3-29 Glass surface ...1-22 Guide plate ... 1-7 1-14 Hopper ... 1-20...

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    ...5-29 Service provider Setting Window for FUJITSU TWAIN32 ...1-31 Scanner Driver ...1-10 Setup mode ...7-16 Details ...7-4 Function of buttons ...7-2 Outline ...7-4 Transitions, screens ...3-3 SF0 sensor ...3-3 SF1 sensor ...3-3 SF1.5 sensor ...3-3 SF2 sensor ...3-46 Side cover ...1-19...

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    Image Scanner Operator’s Guide • Copying of the contents of this manual in whole or in part and copying of the scanner application is forbidden under the copyright law. • The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.

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