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Operating Information
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Please read this guide before operating this product.

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  • Page 1 Operating Information Please read this guide before operating this product.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Preface...7 Trademarks...8 Copyright...10 Notes for the reader...11 Abbreviations used in this Available documentation...14 Chapter 2 Main parts...15 Overview of the machine The paper module...19 Bulk paper modules...21 The automatic document feeder The operator panel...26 The operator attention The copy tray...32 Stacker/stapler and integrated punch...
  • Page 3 The 'Trays' view...89 The 'System' view...90 Chapter 5 Power information...93 The power buttons and power Turn on the controller...96 Turn on the printer...97 Turn off the printer...98 Use the Sleep mode...99 Chapter 6 Print jobs...101 General information...102 Introduction to the print Description of the print job Contradiction Manage print...
  • Page 4 Change '2-sided' into '1-sided' and vice Change the binding Select a different media for a Change the settings for Shift the image roughly to create binding Shift the image precisely to create binding space or correct the lay- out...164 Change the print delivery Change the finishing Chapter 7 Copy...
  • Page 5 Adjust the media size for the bulk paper Load the media into the Load the media into the special feeder (multipurpose Loading transparencies...285 Loading tab paper...287 Load tab paper into the paper Removing paper waste...292 Check the status of the punch waste Remove the punch waste of the punch Remove the trim Toner...299...
  • Page 6 Introduction...346 Clean the glass plate and underside the Clean the automatic document feeder Clean the wire...352 Clean the roller...353 Clean the automatic document feeder Clean the drum...355 Clean the operator Maintenance...357 Reset the day Find the meter readings Handle paper 'Auto color mismatch correction' Calibration...361 Introduction to printer...
  • Page 7: Chapter 1 Preface

    Chapter 1 Preface...
  • Page 8: Trademarks

    Trademarks Trademarks List of trademarks Adobe, Acrobat, Reader and Distiller are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incor- porated. PostScript 3® is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 9 Trademarks Copyright © 1989 - 1996, 1997, 2003, 2004, 2008, all rights reserved, by Monotype Imaging Inc. Java and all Java based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. This product includes NetFront, a product of ACCESS Co., Ltd., for the Internet func- tion.
  • Page 10: Copyright

    No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any infor- mation storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of Canon Inc. © 2011, Océ...
  • Page 11: Notes For The Reader

    Notes for the reader Introduction This manual helps you to use the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C9075S PRO/C9065 PRO. The manual contains a description of the product and guidelines to use and operate the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C9075S PRO/C9065 PRO. Definition Attention-Getters Parts of this manual require your special attention. These parts can provide the following: •...
  • Page 12 Notes for the reader Word Chapter 1 - Preface Icon Indicates Indicates an operation that must not be per- formed. Read these items carefully and make sure not to perform the described operations.
  • Page 13: Abbreviations Used In This Manual

    Abbreviations used in this manual Microsoft Windows 2000: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional: Microsoft Windows 2000 Server: Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Microsoft Windows XP: Microsoft Windows XP Professional: Microsoft Windows Vista operating system: Microsoft Windows 7 operating system: Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Microsoft Windows operating system: Novell NetWare: Apple Macintosh:...
  • Page 14: Available Documentation

    Available documentation Available documentation For imageRUNNER ADVANCE C9075S PRO/C9065 PRO, the following information is available. • Operating information • Safety Instructions for the printer • Safety Information for the controller • Material Safety Data Sheets. Chapter 1 - Preface...
  • Page 15: Chapter 2 Main Parts

    Chapter 2 Main parts...
  • Page 16: Overview Of The Machine Configuration

    Overview of the machine configuration Overview of the machine configuration Introduction The following figures display two example configurations. [8] Extended configuration [9] Compact configuration Main unit Component PRISMAsync controller Chapter 2 - Main parts Function The controller helps you set up the workflow to meet your specific needs.
  • Page 17 Component Operator panel Operator attention light Automatic document feeder (ADF) (Duplex Color Image Reader Unit-A1) Toner compartment cover Fixing transport unit Integrated paper trays Main unit Optional paper modules Input options Component Paper module (Multi-Drawer Paper Deck-A1) Overview of the machine configuration Function The operator panel helps you with your daily work, for example the...
  • Page 18 Overview of the machine configuration Component Bulk paper module (POD Deck Lite-A1) Bulk paper module (Paper Deck Unit-A1) Optional finishing equipment Output options Component Inserter (Document Insertion Unit-H1) Puncher (Professional Puncher-C1 and Professional Puncher Integration Unit-B1) Folder (Paper Folding Unit-G1) Stacker/stapler (Booklet Finisher-A1, Punch Unit-BG1/BH1/BF1 and Inner...
  • Page 19: The Paper Module

    The paper module Introduction The optional paper module (Multi-Drawer Paper Deck-A1) provides three additional paper trays. You can load up to 2000 sheets of paper (80 g/m IMPORTANT • If the printer is in Sleep mode, you may not be able to open the paper trays, even when pressing the Open buttons.
  • Page 20 The paper module Components and their functions [10] The paper module Paper module components and their functions Function Front cover (buffer pass) Open this cover to remove jammed paper. Open button Press to open the paper tray when you need to load paper or check for a paper jam.
  • Page 21: Bulk Paper Modules

    Bulk paper modules Introduction The optional bulk paper module (Paper Deck Unit-A1/POD Deck Lite-A1) allows you to load up to 4000 sheets of paper (64 g/m / 20 lb bond). IMPORTANT If the printer is in Sleep mode, you may not be able to open the bulk paper module. In this case, press the Sleep Mode key on the operator panel to reactivate the printer, then press the Open button on the bulk paper module.
  • Page 22 Bulk paper modules Illustration Paper Deck Unit-A1 [11] Available bulk paper modules Components and their functions Bulk paper module components and their functions Function Release button Press to move the paper deck away from the main unit when you want to detach it from the printer.
  • Page 23: The Automatic Document Feeder (adf)

    The automatic document feeder (ADF) Introduction The automatic document feeder (ADF) copies and scans sets of 1-sided and 2-sided documents automatically. You can scan documents, such as books, thick originals, thin originals, and transparencies, on the glass plate. Do not put your fingers into the gaps around the original supply tray, as your fingers may get caught.
  • Page 24 The automatic document feeder (ADF) [13] The ADF handle helps you close the ADF Components and their functions ADF components and their functions Function Feeder cover Open this cover to clear a paper jam. Original set indicator Lights when originals are placed in the original supply tray. Original supply tray Originals placed here are automatically fed into the feeder sheet by sheet.
  • Page 25 • Overview of the machine configuration, on page 16 • Feeding originals into the ADF, on page 194 • Put originals on the glass plate, on page 197 The automatic document feeder (ADF) Chapter 2 - Main parts...
  • Page 26: The Operator Panel

    The operator panel The operator panel Introduction The operator panel helps you to carry out print jobs, copy jobs and scan jobs. This section describes the main components of the operator panel. IMPORTANT You can clean the screen of the operator panel with a 50% mix of water and isopropyl alcohol (K2).
  • Page 27 Component Paper tray key USB port 'Schedule' button 'Jobs' button 'Trays' button Function Get immediate and always access to the 'Trays' section on the operator panel to do the follow- ing, for example: • Check the content of all paper trays. •...
  • Page 28 The operator panel Component 'System' button Dashboard Chapter 2 - Main parts Function Access 'System' view to do the following, for example: • Check the status of the toner, staples and other supplies. • Read the counters. • Start maintenance. •...
  • Page 29 Component Status LED • Overview of the machine configuration, on page 16 • Stop the printer, on page 126 • Introduction to the Schedule view, on page 133 • The operator attention light, on page 30 Function Displays the status of the system. •...
  • Page 30: The Operator Attention Light

    The operator attention light The operator attention light Introduction The operator attention light on top of the printer helps you to monitor the status of the printer from a distance. The colors of the lights match the printer status that the dashboard displays.
  • Page 31 Color Orange Green All lights off • Overview of the machine configuration, on page 16 Description The machine will stop soon, for example because more paper is required. Operator attention is required soon. The orange light illuminates when the machine reaches the warning time.
  • Page 32: The Copy Tray

    The copy tray The copy tray Introduction The Copy Tray-P1 collects the prints. The copy tray is optional and the availability differs per country. Illustration [16] The copy tray Components and their functions Copy tray components and their functions Function Auxiliary Tray Pull out the auxiliary tray if you are printing on large paper.
  • Page 33: Stacker/stapler And Integrated Punch Unit

    Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit Introduction Stack and staple prints with the optional Staple Finisher-A1 and optional Booklet Finisher- A1. You can also saddle stich and trim booklets with the optional Booklet Finisher-A1. Punch holes in your prints with the optional Punch Unit BG1/BH1/BF1. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 34 Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit Stacker/stapler components and their functions Function Buffer Pass Unit-F1 (standard) Buffer Pass Unit-F1 is required to attach Staple Finisher-A1 or Booklet Finisher-A1 to the main unit. Open Buffer Pass Unit-F1 to remove jammed paper. Front Cover of Staple Finisher-A1/Booklet Finisher-A1 Open this cover to replace the staple cartridge, remove jammed paper, or clear a staple jam from the stapler unit and saddle stitcher unit.
  • Page 35 Components and their functions (internal view) [18] Internal view Stacker/stapler components and their functions Function Punch waste tray (Puncher Unit-BG1/BH1/BF1) Pull out the punch waste tray to remove punch waste. Trim waste tray (Inner Booklet Trimmer-A1) Pull out the trim waste tray to discard trim waste. Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit Chapter 2 - Main parts...
  • Page 36 Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit Finishing options • Do not place your fingers or hands on the finisher when the finisher is in use. Doing so may result in personal injury or damage to the finisher. • When removing paper from the tray of the finisher, do not place your hands on the output tray of the finisher.
  • Page 37 Stapling Prints are automatically collated into sets arranged in page order and stapled. Prints are stapled in the following places: • If an original is placed on the glass plate: Corner Staple Area Upper Left Upper Right Lower Right Lower Left Upper Left Upper Right Lower Right...
  • Page 38 Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit Corner Staple Area Do not place your hands in the part of the tray where stapling takes place (near the rollers) in a finisher, as this may result in personal injury. Chapter 2 - Main parts Double Staple Area Upper Right Upper Left...
  • Page 39 IMPORTANT • During stapling, the output trays move downward as the outputted stack of paper increases in quantity and thickness. Once an output tray has reached its stacking limit, 100 sets of prints have been output, or the predefined height has been reached, printing and stapling temporarily stop.
  • Page 40 Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit IMPORTANT • Saddle stitching is available only if Booklet Finisher-A1 is attached. • The maximum number of sheets that can be saddle stitched differs depending on the paper weight and type. (Including one cover sheet up to 300 g/m cover).
  • Page 41 Punching Punching allows you to punch holes into printed sheets. The hole-punched areas are shown in the illustration below. Glass plate Hole Punched Area Hole Punched Area The distance between the punch holes is shown in the illustration below. Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit Feeder Hole Punched...
  • Page 42 Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit 80 mm Puncher Unit-BG1 (2 holes) 4 1/4" 4 1/4" (108 mm) (108 mm) IMPORTANT You cannot punch holes into the following paper types. • Heavy 4 (257 to 300 g/m • 1-sided coated 4 (257 to 300 g/m •...
  • Page 43 The paper is saddle folded with a maximum of 5 sheets IMPORTANT • Saddle folding is available only if Booklet Finisher-A1 is attached. • The paper is saddle folded with a maximum of 5 sheets (80 g/m and then output. NOTE •...
  • Page 44 Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit NOTE The paper sizes that can be trimmed are: 330 × 483 mm, 320 × 450 mm (SRA3), 305 × 457 mm, A3, B4, A4R, or custom size (210.0 × 279.3 mm to 330.2 × 487.7 mm). 13"...
  • Page 45 Paper size LTRR STMTR EXEC Envelope No. 10 (COM10) Monarch ISO-B5 ISO-C5 Nagagata 3 Yougatanaga 3 Kakugata 2 Custom 100.0 × 148.0 mm size to 330.2 × 487.7 4" × 5 7/8" to 13" × 19 1/4" *1: Custom paper sizes can only be output if they are 210.0 ×...
  • Page 46 Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit NOTE The booklet tray can only be used when Booklet Finisher-A1 is attached. Optional accessories Staple-G1 [113] A case for stapling The maximum number of sheets that can be stapled is: • 100 in case of Staple-G1 Staple-P1 [114] A case for saddle stitching •...
  • Page 47: The Puncher

    The puncher Introduction Professional Puncher Integration Unit-B1 reverses the paper punched by Professional Puncher-C1 to prevent paper jams. The puncher is optional. IMPORTANT Always keep the main power switch of Professional Puncher- C1 on the front cover set to "I". NOTE If Professional Puncher-C1 is attached, Professional Puncher Integration Unit-B1 is required.
  • Page 48 The puncher Components and their functions Puncher components and their functions Function Front Cover of Professional Puncher Integration Unit-B1 Open this cover to remove jammed paper. • Overview of the machine configuration, on page 16 Chapter 2 - Main parts...
  • Page 49: Inserter

    Inserter Introduction The optional inserter (Document Insertion Unit-H1) allows you to load inserts and covers for booklets. IMPORTANT • Rolled or curled paper must be straightened before placing it into Document In- sertion Unit-H1. • Do not place the following types of paper into Document Insertion Unit. Doing so may cause a paper jam.
  • Page 50 Inserter Illustration [117] Inserter Components and their functions Inserter components and their functions Function Upper tray Load paper you want to use as a cover, sheet insertion, job separator, and so Lower tray Load paper you want to use as a cover, sheet insertion, job separator, and so Tray cover Lift to load paper into the lower tray.
  • Page 51 Inserter • Overview of the machine configuration, on page 16 Chapter 2 - Main parts...
  • Page 52: Folder

    Folder Folder Introduction The optional folder (Paper Folding Unit-G1) allows you to fold paper in five different ways (Z-fold, half fold, tri-fold in, tri-fold out, double parallel fold). This section describes the folder and the five folding methods. Illustration [118] Folder Components and their functions Folder components and their functions Function...
  • Page 53 IMPORTANT A3 / 11" x 17" and A4R/LTRR paper can be Z-folded. NOTE • The Z-folded areas are shown in the illustration below. Glass plate Feeder • If paper that has been Z-folded is included in the output, the sheets may not be aligned when output.
  • Page 54 Folder NOTE The half folded areas are shown in the illustration below. Glass plate Feeder Tri-fold in A4R/LTRR prints are folded into tri-fold in to make them more conveniently sized for insertion into envelopes. Paper folded in a tri-fold in is output to the exit slot of the paper folding unit. Chapter 2 - Main parts...
  • Page 55 NOTE The areas of the tri-fold in are shown in the illustration below. Glass plate Feeder Tri-Fold Out mode Each sheet of A4R/LTRR paper is folded in a tri-fold out. Paper folded in a tri-fold out is output to the exit slot of the paper folding unit. Folder Chapter 2 - Main parts...
  • Page 56 Folder NOTE The tri-fold out areas are shown in the illustration below. Glass plate Feeder Double Parallel Fold mode Each sheet of A4R/LTRR paper is folded in a double parallel fold. Paper folded in a double parallel fold is output to the exit slot of the paper folding unit. Chapter 2 - Main parts...
  • Page 57 NOTE The double parallel folded areas are shown in the illustration below. Glass plate Feeder Folding methods and output locations Folding methods Z-Fold Half Fold Tri-fold in Tri-fold out Double parallel fold • Overview of the machine configuration, on page 16 Output location Stacker/sta- pler...
  • Page 58 Folder Chapter 2 - Main parts...
  • Page 59: Chapter 3 Operating Concept

    Chapter 3 Operating concept...
  • Page 60: Operating Concept

    Operating concept Operating concept Introduction To maximize efficient and productive printing, the operating concept of the system, is based on the following principles. • Document preparation / job submission and production printing are clearly separated steps in the workflow. • Media definition is done by choosing from a media catalog instead of selecting trays.
  • Page 61 Operating concept Illustration [134] The components of the complete system Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 62 Operating concept Components overview Component Settings Editor Printer driver Available via any appli- cation, e.g. Adobe Acro- bat, Microsoft Word. PRISMAprepare Optional software PRISMAaccess Optional software PRISMAsync con- troller Remote Monitor Chapter 3 - Operating concept Main task Define initial and default system settings •...
  • Page 63 Component Operator panel imageRUNNER AD- VANCE C9075S PRO/C9065 PRO Main task Manage production printing from the 'Schedule' view • Monitor your print and copy jobs • Load and assign media to the media trays Manage jobs from the 'Jobs' view •...
  • Page 64: Access The Settings Editor

    Access the Settings Editor Access the Settings Editor Introduction The Settings Editor is a web-based application and therefore accessible via an Internet browser. The Settings Editor enables you to manage settings or to display information in the following areas. • 'Media' •...
  • Page 65 Access the Settings Editor Result You can now use the Settings Editor to make changes in the above listed areas. Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 66: Maintain The 'media Catalog

    Maintain the 'Media catalog' Maintain the 'Media catalog' Introduction The 'Media catalog' is a list of media with pre-defined characteristics including the 'Media family'. Before you begin Make sure you have the following information. • Key operator or system administrator password Maintain the 'Media catalog' From the navigation bar, select the 'Media' tab.
  • Page 67 Maintain the 'Media catalog' The correct values are required for optimal print quality. [137] The 'Add new media' window Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 68: Maintain The 'media Families

    Maintain the 'Media families' Maintain the 'Media families' Introduction The 'Media family' is a group of media that uses the same output profile. The controller provides by default the media families coated and uncoated. An expert can create a new media family for a specific group of media.
  • Page 69 Maintain the 'Media families' From the toolbar, select the required option to maintain the 'Media families'. [139] The 'Add media family' window Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 70: Maintain The 'color Pre-sets

    Maintain the 'Color pre-sets' Maintain the 'Color pre-sets' Introduction A color pre-set is a collection of color and quality settings that matches a specific document type, workflow or color application. The color pre-sets enable users to select the correct settings easily without in-depth knowledge about color management. The controller provides the following color pre-sets to start printing immediately.
  • Page 71 Maintain the 'Color pre-sets' From the toolbar, select the required option to maintain the 'Color pre-sets'. [141] The 'Add color pre-set' window Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 72: Maintain The 'input Profiles

    Maintain the 'Input profiles' Maintain the 'Input profiles' Introduction An input profile defines a reference color workspace for the color data of the objects in the document. An input profile is used to define colors in a device independent way. Maintain the 'Input profiles' From the navigation bar, select the 'color' tab.
  • Page 73: Maintain The 'output Profiles

    Maintain the 'Output profiles' Introduction An output profile defines a reference color workspace for the color data of the objects in the document. An output profile is used to define colors in a device independent way. Maintain the 'Output profiles' From the navigation bar, select the 'color' tab.
  • Page 74: Maintain The 'spot Colors

    Maintain the 'Spot colors' Maintain the 'Spot colors' Introduction Spot colors are used to standardize colors to make sure that colors match regardless of the equipment used to produce the color. Maintain the 'Spot colors' From the navigation bar, select the 'color' tab. From the 'color' tab, select 'Spot colors'.
  • Page 75: Prepare Print Jobs With Prismaprepare

    Prepare print jobs with PRISMAprepare Introduction Océ PRISMAprepare allows you to prepare the print job completely on page level. You can preview the result per page. PRISMAprepare is an optional application. This procedure describes the most important settings for daily use. Prepare print jobs with PRISMAprepare Prepare the document.
  • Page 76 Prepare print jobs with PRISMAprepare With PRISMAprepare you can export the media catalogue to PRISMAsync controllers of the black & white and color systems. [146] The media catalog in PRISMAprepare Select the required color pre-set or define customized color settings for optimal print quality.
  • Page 77: Prepare Print Jobs With The Printer Driver

    Prepare print jobs with the printer driver Introduction The printer driver enables you to prepare the print job completely. The printer driver appears in all applications running in the Microsoft Windows or Apple Mac OS operating systems. This procedure describes the most important settings for daily use. Prepare print jobs with the printer driver Use the media catalog to select the media to print on.
  • Page 78 Prepare print jobs with the printer driver • Select 'Photographic content' to print documents from photo editing or layout appli- cations. These documents use the CMYK or RGB color space. [148] The color pre-sets in the printer driver Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 79 Define the required finishing options. [149] The finishing options in the printer driver NOTE Click the white question mark to open the online help of the printer driver for detailed information. Prepare print jobs with the printer driver Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 80: Manage Production Printing

    Manage production printing Manage production printing Introduction The operating panel of the printer enables you to manage production printing. You manage all print jobs from the 'Schedule' tab. The Remote Monitor enables you to monitor the system status from a distance via an internet browser. Manage production printing Press the 'Schedule' button at the lower left of the operator panel to access the 'Schedule' view.
  • Page 81 Manage production printing The Remote Monitor displays a fixed time line of 30 minutes. [151] The remote monitor Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 82 Manage production printing Chapter 3 - Operating concept...
  • Page 83: Chapter 4 Operator Panel Views

    Chapter 4 Operator panel views...
  • Page 84: The Dashboard

    The dashboard The dashboard Introduction The dashboard is the upper part of the operator panel. The dashboard is always visible, irrespective of the current view. The dashboard shows the following. • The status of the system. • The status of the supplies. •...
  • Page 85 Number Function Display the file name of the current job (for document printing) or current stream (for stream printing). Furthermore, the progress of the current job is displayed. For document printing, the counter can display the following information. • Set X of Y •...
  • Page 86: The 'schedule' View

    The 'Schedule' view The 'Schedule' view Introduction The 'Schedule' is your daily planning board for print jobs. The 'Schedule' helps you to keep the machine running. This section shows and describes the main parts of the 'Schedule'. NOTE The descriptions of the colors of the bars and the indication of the required amount of sheets are only valid for document printing.
  • Page 87: The 'jobs' View

    The 'Jobs' view Introduction The 'Jobs' view enables you to access all functions to print, copy and scan your documents. From the left side of the 'Jobs' view, you can access the following sections. • The 'Queues' section. The 'Queues' section enables you to manage print jobs in the list of 'Scheduled jobs' and 'Waiting jobs'.
  • Page 88 The 'Jobs' view Icon • Description of the print job settings, on page 104 • Introduction to the copy function, on page 170 • Description of the copy job settings, on page 172 • Introduction to the scan function, on page 214 •...
  • Page 89: The 'trays' View

    The 'Trays' view Introduction The 'Trays' view has the following functions. • Display the current content and filling level of the paper trays • Change the media that is currently assigned to a paper tray • Assign media to a paper tray •...
  • Page 90: The 'system' View

    The 'System' view The 'System' view Introduction The system view enables you to access all functions to maintain and set up the system. From the left side of the 'System' view, you can access the following sections. • The 'Printer' section. The 'Printer' section enables you to check the toner levels and the status of the waste boxes and staples of finishing equipment.
  • Page 91 The 'System' view • Introduction to the Maintenance section, on page 344 • Introduction to the Setup section, on page 318 • Introduction to the Media section, on page 144 The 'System' view Chapter 4 - Operator panel views...
  • Page 92 The 'System' view Chapter 4 - Operator panel views...
  • Page 93: Chapter 5 Power Information

    Chapter 5 Power information...
  • Page 94: The Power Buttons And Power Modes

    The power buttons and power modes The power buttons and power modes The power buttons The printer has the following switches and buttons to control the power supply. • Power switch The power switch is located on the upper-right side of the printer. The power switch connects and disconnects the printer to and from the main power.
  • Page 95 Power mode Sleep button Low power Sleep mode The power buttons and power modes Operator pan- Description The printer automatically enters the low-power mode after the time that was defined in the Set- tings Editor and no button was pressed. The printer wakes up when a job arrives in the list of Scheduled jobs or when you touch a but-...
  • Page 96: Turn On The Controller

    Turn on the controller Turn on the controller Introduction You are advised to turn on the system in the following order. The controller The printer Illustration On/Off [169] The location of the on/off button Turn on the controller Use one of the following options to turn on the controller. •...
  • Page 97: Turn On The Printer

    Turn on the printer Introduction You are advised to turn on the system in the following order. The controller The printer How to turn on the printer Put the main power switch on the upper-right side of the main unit in the "I" position. If required, wait until the controller is ready.
  • Page 98: Turn Off The Printer

    Turn off the printer Turn off the printer Introduction You are advised to turn off the system in the following order. The controller The printer How to turn off the printer Touch 'System' -> 'Setup' -> 'Shut down system'. Select 'Shut down' to shut down the controller and printer. Put the main power switch Chapter 5 - Power information on top of the main unit in the "I"...
  • Page 99: Use The Sleep Mode

    Use the Sleep mode Introduction When you do not need the printer for a while, the printer can go into the sleep mode. The power consumption in the sleep mode is very low. The printer can enter the sleep mode in 2 ways: •...
  • Page 100 Use the Sleep mode Chapter 5 - Power information...
  • Page 101: Chapter 6 Print Jobs

    Chapter 6 Print jobs...
  • Page 102: General Information

    Introduction to the print function General information Introduction to the print function Introduction Print jobs can be sent from the following locations. • The printer driver. • PRISMAprepare. • From the printer itself (copy job). Depending on the workflow settings, the print job will appear in one of the following destinations.
  • Page 103 Introduction to the print function Introduction to the print function [170] The jobs view • Description of the print job settings, on page 104 Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 104: Description Of The Print Job Settings

    Description of the print job settings Description of the print job settings Introduction Usually, the settings for a print job is defined in PDLs, applications, printer drivers, au- tomated workflows, or hotfolder default tickets. However, when a job has arrived on the PRISMAsync controller, you can change a number of job settings for all jobs that are currently not being printed.
  • Page 105 Number Pane 'Job' Preview Action buttons 'Output' settings - '1- or 2-sided' Setting Values '1- or 2-sid- 'Auto' '1-sided' '2-sided' Description of the print job settings Description The 'Job' pane shows the generic settings you can define for the whole job The preview displays the settings you defined for the output.
  • Page 106 Description of the print job settings 'Output' settings - 'Binding edge' Setting Values 'Binding edge' 'Auto' 'Portrait left' 'Portrait top' 'Landscape left' 'Landscape top' Media The tile is read-only. You can change the required media for the job through the media button in the preview pane on the right side.
  • Page 107 NOTE You can only change to media with the same size, for example, from A4 blue to A4 green. 'Output' settings - 'Cover' Setting Values 'Cover' 'Front' 'Media' 'Print sides' 'Back cover' 'Media' 'Print sides' Description of the print job settings Description Here you can indicate that the print job requires a front cover.
  • Page 108 Description of the print job settings 'Output' settings - 'Align' Setting Values 'Align' 'Auto' 'Top left' 'Top center' 'Top right' 'Center left' 'Center' 'Center right' 'Bottom left' Chapter 6 - Print jobs Description The automatically set value for this setting. An image on a sheet may be smaller than the media size of the output, for example because you scaled the image to 70% of its original size.
  • Page 109 Setting Values 'Bottom cen- ter' 'Bottom right' 'Output' settings - 'Shift' Setting Values 'Shift' 'Margin shift' 'Image shift' Description of the print job settings Description 'Bottom center' moves the image to the centre of the bottom side of the sheet. 'Bottom right' moves the image to the lower right corner of the sheet.
  • Page 110 Description of the print job settings 'Output' settings - 'Print delivery' Setting Values 'Print deliv- 'Output loca- ery' tion' 'Sort' 'Offset stack- ing' Chapter 6 - Print jobs Description Select the output location for the job. Depending on the settings for your print job, the machine automati- cally suggests the preferred output location for your job.
  • Page 111 Setting Values 'Advanced settings' -> 'Sheet order' 'Advanced settings' -> 'Sheet orien- tation' Description of the print job settings Description 'Face up' Deliver the prints face up, first sheet on top. 'Face up reverse' Deliver the prints face up, last sheet on top. 'Face down' Deliver the prints face down, first sheet on top.
  • Page 112 Description of the print job settings Setting Values 'Advanced settings' -> 'Print order' 'Advanced settings' -> 'Rotation' Chapter 6 - Print jobs Description 'Header up LEF' Deliver the prints with the header on top side and in portrait position (vertical). 'Header up SEF' Deliver the prints with the header on top side and in landscape position (horizontal).
  • Page 113 'Output' settings - 'Punching' Setting Values 'Punching' 'None' '2 holes' '3 holes' '4 holes' 'Die set de- pendent' 'Location' Description of the print job settings Description Here, you can define the number of punch holes. Here, you can define the location of the punch holes. •...
  • Page 114 Description of the print job settings 'Output' settings - 'Folding' Setting Values 'Folding' 'None' 'Half-fold' 'Tri-fold in' 'Tri-fold out' 'Parallel fold' 'Z-fold' Chapter 6 - Print jobs Description Here you can define the folding method for the prints.
  • Page 115 Setting Values 'Z-fold large sheets only' 'Print method' 'Output' settings - 'Binding' Setting Values 'Binding' 'None' '1 staple' '2 staples' 'Saddle stitching' Description of the print job settings Description Use the 'Print method' option to define on which side to print: •...
  • Page 116 Description of the print job settings 'Output' settings - 'Trimming' Setting Values 'Trimming' 'None' 'Trim size' 'Job name' Setting Values 'Job name' 'Number of sets' Setting Values 'Number of sets' 'Page range' Setting 'Page range' Chapter 6 - Print jobs Description Trims the long edge according to the specified value.
  • Page 117 'Separator sheets' Setting Values 'Separator 'On' sheets' 'Off' Description of the print job settings Description When the 'Separator sheets' setting is enabled, a sepa- rate sheet is inserted automatically before each set of a job to create a clear distinction between two sets. Separator sheets are always empty.
  • Page 118: Contradiction Handling

    Contradiction handling Contradiction handling Be aware that if you change settings you might make contradicting settings. If you make contradicting settings, the preview pane informs you how to solve the contradictions. The contradicting settings are marked orange and indicate where contradictions are found. The green check marks indicate where to find the settings that you must change to resolve the contradictions.
  • Page 119: Manage Print Jobs

    Manage print jobs Print an urgent job immediately Introduction When a job must be printed urgently, you can give that print job priority over all other print jobs. The 'Print now' button allows you to print a job immediately. When you use the 'Print now' button, the active print job ready.
  • Page 120: Give Priority To A Print Job

    Give priority to a print job Give priority to a print job Introduction When you want to print a job as soon as possible, but not necessarily immediately, you must use the 'To top' function. The 'To top' function moves the selected job to the second position in the list of 'Scheduled jobs', below the active print job .
  • Page 121: Print A Scheduled Job Later

    Print a scheduled job later Introduction The machine prints the print jobs and copy jobs that are present in the list of 'Scheduled jobs' jobs. However, you can decide to print a job later, for example because: • The required media are out of stock, or •...
  • Page 122: Reprint A Job

    Reprint a job Reprint a job Introduction NOTE The following description is only applicable when the setting 'Printed jobs' in the Settings Editor is enabled. Print jobs that have been completed are moved from the list of 'Scheduled jobs' list to the list of 'Printed jobs'.
  • Page 123 Reprint a job • Delete print jobs, on page 128 Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 124: Print A Job Ticket

    Print a job ticket Print a job ticket Introduction Job tickets are used to transfer settings from an application to the printer. It can be con- venient to print a job ticket before printing a job, to get an overview of the main job characteristics.
  • Page 125: Make A Proof

    Make a proof Introduction You can make a proof to check whether the quality and the layout of the output meet your expectations. When you use the 'Proof' function, the machine prints 1 copy of the job. You can only make a proof for a job in the list of 'Waiting jobs'. When you make a proof, the printed set is not subtracted from the defined total number of sets for a job.
  • Page 126: Stop The Printer

    Stop the printer Stop the printer Introduction The printer can be stopped in 2 ways. • Manually Use the Stop button • Automatically Define a corresponding setting in the workflow profiles. Stop the printer manually Manual stop Stop after A set NOTE When you press the 'Stop' button one time, the dashboard will immediately display a 'Resume' button with a vertical, orange bar.
  • Page 127 Stop after A job NOTE When you print streaming jobs two times to stop the printer as soon as possible. Stop the printer automatically Automatic stop When • The 'Check first set' setting in a 'Workflow profile' is 'On', and •...
  • Page 128: Delete Print Jobs

    Delete print jobs Delete print jobs Locations from which jobs can be deleted You can delete jobs from the following locations. • List of 'Printed jobs' (if this function is enabled in the Settings Editor). • List of 'Scheduled jobs'. •...
  • Page 129 Press 'Delete'. A message appears. When you are sure that you want to delete the selected job(s), touch 'Yes'. Delete print jobs Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 130: Schedule A Waiting Job For Printing

    Schedule a waiting job for printing Schedule a waiting job for printing Introduction The destination of jobs is determined by the selected workflow profile. When jobs go to the list of 'Waiting jobs', you must manually send the jobs to the print queue (list of 'Scheduled jobs').
  • Page 131: Select More Than One Job For Printing

    Select more than one job for printing Introduction The table below describes the possibilities to select more than one job for printing. Select more jobs Options Select 2 or more jobs manually 'Select' button - 'All' 'Select' button - 'Jobs with available media' 'Select' button - 'Jobs with label'...
  • Page 132: Print A File From A Usb Drive

    Print a file from a USB drive Print a file from a USB drive Introduction You can print documents (*.pdf, *.ps) on a USB drive. How to print a file from a USB drive Insert the USB drive into the USB port Touch 'Jobs' ->...
  • Page 133: Media Handling

    Media handling Introduction to the 'Schedule' view Introduction The 'Schedule' is your daily planning board for print jobs. The 'Schedule' helps you to keep the machine running. This section shows and describes the main parts of the 'Schedule'. NOTE The descriptions of the colors of the bars and the indication of the required amount of sheets are only valid for document printing.
  • Page 134 Introduction to the 'Schedule' view The 'Schedule' view [218] The 'Schedule' view 1. The jobs pane The jobs pane shows the jobs on a timeline. The width of the job corresponds to the (remaining) print time. A vertical line separates the jobs. The vertical line moves to the left as the printing of a job progresses.
  • Page 135 The colors of the bars Color of the bar Green Orange Yellow When you print small jobs, the bars for these jobs may not be completely visible. To prevent that you do not see the status of these small jobs, the operator panel can show the following images.
  • Page 136 Introduction to the 'Schedule' view The colors of the bars Color of the bar Green Orange Gray 5. The zoom control The zoom control enables you to adjust the time scale visible in the 'Schedule'. When you touch the zoom button, a drop-down list appears. Then you can select the desired time scale ( 5 minutes - 8 hours).
  • Page 137: Load The Media Using The 'schedule' View

    Load the media using the 'Schedule' view Introduction This section describes how to load the media into a paper tray. When you load the media via the 'Load' button in the 'Schedule', the media is automat- ically assigned to the correct tray. When you load and assign the media via the 'Assign' button in the 'Trays' view, you must assign the loaded media to the corresponding paper tray manually.
  • Page 138 Load the media using the 'Schedule' view Result NOTE • The printer continues printing automatically after closing the paper tray. • To load media in a grayed-out paper tray, you can open the paper tray and load the media. • Description of the Trays view, on page 139 Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 139: Description Of The 'trays' View

    Description of the 'Trays' view Introduction The 'Trays' view has the following functions. • Display the current content and filling level of the paper trays • Change the media that is currently assigned to a paper tray • Assign media to a paper tray when you already loaded the media •...
  • Page 140 Description of the 'Trays' view The items of the 'Trays' view Description of the 'Trays' view Num- Item Content of the paper trays 'Assign' button 'Unassign' button Arrow buttons The paper tray information The 'Trays' view displays the following textual information for each paper tray. •...
  • Page 141 Icon • Overview of the machine configuration, on page 16 • The paper module, on page 19 • Bulk paper modules, on page 21 • Load the media using the Schedule view, on page 137 • Load the media using the Trays view, on page 142 Description The paper tray is open The paper guides inside the paper tray do not match the selected...
  • Page 142: Load The Media Using The 'trays' View

    Load the media using the 'Trays' view Load the media using the 'Trays' view Introduction This section describes how to load the media into a paper tray. When you load the media via the 'Load' button in the 'Schedule', the paper tray is auto- matically assigned to the correct media.
  • Page 143 Result NOTE • To load media in a grayed-out paper tray, you can open the paper tray and load the media. • You can use 'Unassign' for example to prevent unnecessary printing on expensive media. • Load the media using the Schedule view, on page 137 Load the media using the 'Trays' view Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 144: Introduction To The 'media' Section

    Introduction to the 'Media' section Introduction to the 'Media' section Introduction This section gives an overview of the 'Media' section in the 'System' view. Overview of the 'Media' section [229] Overview of the 'Media' section The items of the 'Media' section Description of the 'Media' section Num- Item...
  • Page 145 Num- Item 'Registration' button • Description of the Trays view, on page 139 • Add temporary media to the Media catalog , on page 148 Introduction to the 'Media' section Function Perform a media registration to position the image at the exact position of the media. Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 146: Introduction To The Media Handling

    Introduction to the media handling Introduction to the media handling Introduction The machine supports a wide range of media, including tabs and inserts. The supported media sizes range from 203 mm x 203 mm (minimum) to 305 mm x 457 mm (maximum). The supported media weights range from 33 - 202 lb bond for media that are recommend- ed by the manufacturer, and 40 - 135 lb bond for other media.
  • Page 147 Introduction to the media handling When you plan to use these media more often, you can add these temporary media to the 'Media catalog'. Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 148: Add Temporary Media To The 'media Catalog

    Add temporary media to the 'Media catalog' Add temporary media to the 'Media catalog' Introduction When a job is submitted that requires media that are not included in the 'Media catalog', these media become temporary media. The operator panel displays the temporary media in the following places.
  • Page 149: Perform A Media Registration

    Perform a media registration Introduction The different properties of media can influence the alignment of images on the media. To ensure a correct alignment, you can perform a media registration for each individual media in the 'Media catalog'. Required tool •...
  • Page 150 Perform a media registration Read the instructions carefully and touch 'Next'. Please wait while a media registration sheet is printed. Check the media registration chart. • If the media registration sheet is correct, you can stop the media registration procedure. •...
  • Page 151: Change The Job Settings Before Printing

    Change the job settings before printing Change the number of sets Introduction Follow the procedure below to change the number of sets for a job that is present in the list of 'Waiting jobs' or 'Scheduled jobs'. How to change the number of sets Touch ->...
  • Page 152: Check The First Set

    Check the first set Check the first set Introduction If you have a large print job and you want to check whether the job is printed correctly, it is advised to check the first set before printing all other sets. When a job is sent to the printer, the submitter can indicate in the job submission application that the first set must be checked.
  • Page 153 The text changes from 'Off' to 'On'. A check mark indicates that the checking of the first set is enabled. Press 'OK'. The Number of sets button will now show a check mark. Press 'OK'. • Work with the workflow profiles, on page 320 Check the first set Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 154: Change The Use Of Separator Sheets

    Change the use of separator sheets Change the use of separator sheets Introduction Separator sheets are empty sheets that are automatically inserted before each new set or job to separate two sets or jobs. In the Settings Editor you can define the media that must be used as separator sheets.
  • Page 155: Stack The Prints With An Offset

    Stack the prints with an offset Introduction The 'Offset stacking' function creates a visible distinction between sets or jobs in an output location. The active workflow profile or the active automated workflow determines the default type of offset stacking. The table below describes the possible types of offset stacking.
  • Page 156 Stack the prints with an offset Touch the 'Print delivery' button when the default type of offset stacking is 'Sets (as in job)'. NOTE You can only change this setting when the default type of offset stacking is set to 'Sets (as in job)'.
  • Page 157: Combine Jobs

    Combine jobs Introduction The bundle function allows you to combine 2 or more jobs into 1 new job. For example, this can be convenient when the participants of a meeting need several documents in a specific order. Often, the required documents are sent from several workplaces to the printer in advance.
  • Page 158 Combine jobs Main actions 'Split' Change job settings 'Delete' 'Ticket' 'Proof' How to combine print jobs Touch 'Jobs' -> 'Waiting jobs'. Touch the jobs you want to combine. NOTE If all jobs you want to combine have the same label, you can also touch 'Select' -> 'Jobs with label' to select all the required jobs at once.
  • Page 159: Change The Output Settings Before Printing

    Change the output settings before printing Change '2-sided' into '1-sided' and vice versa Introduction Jobs for which '1-sided' or '2-sided' printing was defined, will be printed on either 1 side or both sides of a sheet. If required, you can change this setting. How to change '2-sided' into '1-sided' and vice versa Touch 'Jobs' ->...
  • Page 160: Change The Binding Edge

    Change the binding edge Change the binding edge Introduction The binding edge determines whether the binding position is along the long edge or the short edge of the media. The binding edge is usually set via the printer driver, for example. However, you can view and change the binding edge via the operator panel.
  • Page 161: Select A Different Media For A Job

    Select a different media for a job Introduction If you want to print a job on other media than originally defined for that job, you can select a different media via the operator panel. Requirements regarding the new media: • The media must be available in the 'Media catalog'.
  • Page 162: Change The Settings For Covers

    Change the settings for covers Change the settings for covers Introduction When front covers or back covers are required, the settings are usually set in the printer driver, for example. However, you can view and change the settings for the covers via the operator panel.
  • Page 163: Shift The Image Roughly To Create Binding Space

    Shift the image roughly to create binding space Introduction If you want to create space for staples or punch holes, for example, you can use the 'Align' function. The preview in the right-hand pane of the operator panel displays the conse- quences of your changes.
  • Page 164: Shift The Image Precisely To Create Binding Space Or Correct The Layout

    Shift the image precisely to create binding space or correct the layout Shift the image precisely to create binding space or correct the layout Introduction If you want to create space for staples or punch holes, for example, you can use the 'Align' function.
  • Page 165 Shift the image precisely to create binding space or correct the layout • Shift the image roughly to create binding space, on page 163 Chapter 6 - Print jobs...
  • Page 166: Change The Print Delivery Settings

    Change the print delivery settings Change the print delivery settings Introduction Usually the print delivery settings have been defined in the printer driver. Overview of the print delivery settings Setting 'Output location' 'Sort' 'Offset stacking' 'Advanced settings' Chapter 6 - Print jobs Description Change the output location for the job.
  • Page 167 How to change the print delivery settings Touch 'Jobs' -> 'Waiting jobs'. Touch the job of which you want to change the settings. NOTE You can only change the settings of the active print job printer (press the 'Stop' button two times). Press 'Properties'.
  • Page 168: Change The Finishing Method

    Change the finishing method Change the finishing method Introduction The required finishing method is usually set in the printer driver. However, you can change the finishing method on the operator panel. Depending on the configuration of your system you can change the following finishing methods, for example.
  • Page 169: Chapter 7 Copy Jobs

    Chapter 7 Copy jobs...
  • Page 170: General Information

    Introduction to the copy function General information Introduction to the copy function Introduction The copy function enables you to copy paper originals. You can define the settings of the copy jobs manually or by using templates. Templates contain predefined settings for re- curring types of copy jobs.
  • Page 171 The factory default templates Overview of the templates Template 'Copy job' 'Combined copy job' 'Booklet job' 'Mixed size' 'Last used' NOTE You cannot use 'Last used' when the previous job was a scan job or a combined copy job. • Create and use custom copy templates, on page 207 •...
  • Page 172: Description Of The Copy Job Settings

    Description of the copy job settings Description of the copy job settings Introduction When you make a copy, you must define the following. • The characteristics of the paper originals • The characteristics of the output • Generic settings that apply to the whole job. When you started the copy job by selecting one of the factory default templates or by selecting a custom template, some of the settings have already been changed.
  • Page 173 Illustration [234] The settings window for copy jobs Number Pane 'Original' 'Output' 'Job' Preview Action buttons Description of the copy job settings Description The 'Original' pane shows the settings you can define for the paper originals The 'Output' pane shows the settings you can define for the copy.
  • Page 174 Description of the copy job settings 'Original' settings - '1- or 2-sided' Setting Values '1- or 2-sid- '1-sided' '2-sided' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description The automatically set value for this setting. Only the front side contains an image or text. Both the front side and the back side contain an image or text.
  • Page 175 'Original' settings - 'Original type' Setting Values 'Original type' 'Portrait left' 'Portrait top' 'Landscape left' 'Landscape top' Description of the copy job settings Description The automatically set value for this setting. • The original has a vertical format (height > width). •...
  • Page 176 Description of the copy job settings 'Original' settings - 'Size' Setting Values 'Size' A4, A3, Let- ter, Ledger, etc. 'Portrait' 'Landscape' 'Original' settings - 'Background suppression' You can use the 'Background suppression' to print a uniform background. For example to suppress unwanted spots. Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description Original in the ADF or on the glass plate:...
  • Page 177 'Output' settings - '1- or 2-sided' Setting Values '1- or 2-sid- 'Auto' '1-sided' '2-sided' Description of the copy job settings Description The automatically set value for this setting. The output contains an image on 1 side. The output contains an image on both sides. Chapter 7 - Copy jobs...
  • Page 178 Description of the copy job settings 'Output' settings - 'Binding edge' Setting Values 'Binding edge' 'Auto' 'Portrait left' 'Portrait top' 'Landscape left' 'Landscape top' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description The automatically set value for this setting. • The output has a vertical format (height > width). •...
  • Page 179 'Output' settings - 'Media' Setting Values 'Media' Names of the media in the media catalogue 'Output' settings - 'Cover' Setting Values 'Cover' 'Front' 'Media' 'Print sides' 'Back cover' 'Media' 'Print sides' Description of the copy job settings Description Here you can select the media for the copy job. The list displays all the media that are available in the me- dia catalogue.
  • Page 180 Description of the copy job settings 'Output' settings - 'Layout' Setting Values 'Layout' 'Normal' 'Booklet' 'Same up' 'Multiple up' 'Same-up flipped' 'Images per sheet' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description The machine prints the pages with no special layout settings. The machine prints the pages in booklet order.
  • Page 181 'Output' settings - 'Zoom' Setting Values 'Zoom' 'Fit to page' 'Percent' Description of the copy job settings Description When 'Fit to page' is 'On', the image is resized so it fits onto the page. When 'Fit to page' is 'Off', the original size of the image is maintained.
  • Page 182 Description of the copy job settings 'Output' settings - 'Align' Setting Values 'Align' 'Auto' 'Top left' 'Top center' 'Top right' 'Center left' 'Center' 'Center right' 'Bottom left' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description The automatically set value for this setting. An image on a sheet may be smaller than the media size of the output, for example because you scaled the image to 70% of its original size.
  • Page 183 Setting Values 'Bottom cen- ter' 'Bottom right' 'Output' settings - 'Shift' Setting Values 'Shift' 'Margin shift' 'Image shift' Description of the copy job settings Description 'Bottom center' moves the image to the centre of the bottom side of the sheet. 'Bottom right' moves the image to the lower right corner of the sheet.
  • Page 184 Description of the copy job settings 'Output' settings - 'Print delivery' Setting Values 'Print deliv- 'Output loca- ery' tion' 'Sort' 'Offset stack- ing' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description Select the output location for the job. Depending on the settings for your print job, the machine automati- cally suggests the preferred output location for your job.
  • Page 185 Setting Values 'Advanced settings' -> 'Sheet order' 'Advanced settings' -> 'Sheet orien- tation' Description of the copy job settings Description 'Face up' Deliver the prints face up, first sheet on top. 'Face up reverse' Deliver the prints face up, last sheet on top. 'Face down' Deliver the prints face down, first sheet on top.
  • Page 186 Description of the copy job settings Setting Values 'Advanced settings' -> 'Print order' 'Advanced settings' -> 'Rotation' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description 'Header up LEF' Deliver the prints with the header on top side and in portrait position (vertical). 'Header up SEF' Deliver the prints with the header on top side and in landscape position (horizontal).
  • Page 187 'Output' settings - 'Margin erase' Setting Values 'Margin 'Binding erase' edge' 'Output' settings - 'Adjust image' Setting Values 'Adjust im- 'Describe age' original' 'Describe copy' 'Brightness' 'Contrast' 'Color' Description of the copy job settings Description Margins of a document sometimes contain notes or punch holes, for example.
  • Page 188 Description of the copy job settings 'Output' settings - 'Color/Black & white' Setting Values 'Color/Black & white' 'Black and white' 'Color' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description Here, choose to print in color or black and white.
  • Page 189 'Output' settings - 'Punching' Setting Values 'Punching' 'None' '2 holes' '3 holes' '4 holes' 'Die set de- pendent' 'Location' Description of the copy job settings Description Here, you can define the number of punch holes. Here, you can define the location of the punch holes. •...
  • Page 190 Description of the copy job settings 'Output' settings - 'Folding' Setting Values 'Folding' 'None' 'Half-fold' 'Tri-fold in' 'Tri-fold out' 'Parallel fold' 'Z-fold' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description Here you can define the folding method for the prints.
  • Page 191 Setting Values 'Z-fold large sheets only' 'Print method' 'Output' settings - 'Binding' Setting Values 'Binding' 'None' '1 staple' '2 staples' 'Saddle stitching' Description of the copy job settings Description Use the 'Print method' option to define on which side to print: •...
  • Page 192 Description of the copy job settings 'Output' settings - 'Trimming' Setting Values 'Trimming' 'None' 'Trim size' 'Job name' Setting Values 'Job name' 'Number of sets' Setting Values 'Number of sets' 'Destination' Setting Values 'Destination' 'Scheduled jobs' 'Waiting jobs' Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description Trims the long edge according to the specified value.
  • Page 193 'Separator sheets' Setting Values 'Separator 'On' sheets' 'Off' Description of the copy job settings Description When the 'Separator sheets' setting is enabled, a sepa- rate sheet is inserted automatically before each set of a job to create a clear distinction between two sets. Separator sheets are always empty.
  • Page 194: Feeding Originals Into The Adf

    Feeding originals into the ADF Feeding originals into the ADF Introduction Use the feeder when you want to copy several originals at the same time. The printer automatically feeds the originals onto the glass plate and scans them. The size of the original is automatically detected, and the document is scanned.
  • Page 195 Orientation [299] Vertical placement 1 Place the original face up NOTE • A4, A5, B5, LTR, and STMT originals can be placed either vertically or horizon- tally. However, the scanning speed for horizontally placed originals is somewhat slower than that of vertically placed originals. •...
  • Page 196 Feeding originals into the ADF Place your originals as far into the feeder as they will go, until the Original Set indicator is lit. [302] Original Set indicator (1) IMPORTANT • Do not add or remove originals while they are being scanned. •...
  • Page 197: Put Originals On The Glass Plate

    Put originals on the glass plate Introduction Use the glass plate when copying bound originals (such as books and magazines), heavy or lightweight originals, and transparencies. Also, place originals onto the glass plate when you want to copy an A3/11"x 17" original with an image that extends all the way to the edges without the periphery of the original being cut off.
  • Page 198 Put originals on the glass plate Put originals on the glass plate Lift the feeder. [306] Sensor (1) 1: Sensor IMPORTANT This printer is equipped with an Open/Close sensor on the feeder (see circled area in the above illustration). When placing originals onto the glass plate, lift the feeder approximately 300 mm/11 7/8"...
  • Page 199 Place books and other bound originals onto the glass plate in the same way. NOTE When you are enlarging an A4/B5/A5/LTR/STMT original onto A3/B/ 11" x 17"/LGL paper, place the original horizontally onto the glass plate, and align it with the A4R/B5R/A5R/LTRR/STMTR marks.
  • Page 200 Put originals on the glass plate NOTE Remove the original from the glass plate when scanning is complete. Chapter 7 - Copy jobs...
  • Page 201: Copy Your Documents

    Copy your documents Make a copy Introduction A basic copy is a copy for which you only define a few settings before touching the Start button , such as: • 1-sided or 2-sided • A staple • The number of copies required. Before you begin •...
  • Page 202: Combine Subsets Into 1 Document

    Combine subsets into 1 document Combine subsets into 1 document Introduction A subset is an original you want to copy. A subset can be a single sheet or a full document. Each subset can require different settings for the original and the output. To create 1 document from several subsets, you can use the Combined copy job template in the 'Copy/Scan' section.
  • Page 203: Access Other Functions During A Copy Job Or Scan Job

    Access other functions during a copy job or scan job Introduction When you access the copy function or scan function from the 'Copy/Scan' view, the job window opens in full screen mode. Therefore, the buttons that give access to the other system functions are not visible.
  • Page 204: The Zoom Behavior

    The zoom behavior The zoom behavior Introduction When you carry out a copy job or scan job, you can use the Zoom function to reduce or enlarge an image, for example: • Copy an A4 / LTR original on an A3 / 11"x 17" sheet. The system enlarges the image •...
  • Page 205 Scan from the automatic document feeder using the zoom function Illustration NOTE The center of the image is fixed. NOTE The center of the image is fixed. Scan from the glass plate and use the zoom function The following table shows the zoom behavior of the machine when the originals are scanned from the glass plate.
  • Page 206 The zoom behavior Scan from the glass plate using the zoom function Illustration NOTE The upper right-hand corner of the image is fixed. NOTE The upper right-hand corner of the image is fixed. Chapter 7 - Copy jobs Description The original is placed face-down and in readable form in the upper left-hand corner on the glass plate.
  • Page 207: Create And Use Custom Copy Templates

    Create and use custom copy templates Introduction When you regularly carry out identical copy jobs, you can create custom copy templates for these recurring jobs. The custom templates contain the default settings for these jobs. You can carry out the following actions: •...
  • Page 208: Rename A Copy Job

    Rename a copy job Rename a copy job Introduction When you carry out a new copy job, the system creates an automatic name for the job. The default name 'Copy Job' followed by a sequence number is displayed in the 'Job name' field.
  • Page 209: Copy Non-standard Size Originals

    Copy non-standard size originals Introduction You can use the automatic document feeder to copy originals in a simple and quick way. The automatic document feeder supports the following standard media sizes. • A5, A5R, A4, A4R, A3, B5, B5R, and B4 •...
  • Page 210: Scan Now And Print Later (postponed Copying)

    Scan now and print later (postponed copying) Scan now and print later (postponed copying) Introduction You can scan an original document now and print the document later. This is called postponed copying. To use this function, you must send a copy job to the list of 'Waiting jobs'.
  • Page 211: Finish The Output

    Finish the output How to punch or staple the output Place the originals face up into the ADF, or place 1 original face down on the glass plate. Touch 'Jobs' -> 'Copy/Scan' -> 'Copy job'. At the 'Binding' setting, select the required number of staples and the location of the staples.
  • Page 212: Adjust The Image To Improve The Copy And Scan Quality

    Adjust the image to improve the copy and scan quality Adjust the image to improve the copy and scan quality Introduction The 'Adjust image' setting enables you to define the copy and scan quality manually. Depending on the situation, you can describe the original or the copy/scan. Adjust the image to improve the copy and scan quality Place the originals face up into the ADF, or place 1 original face down on the glass plate.
  • Page 213: Chapter 8 Scan Jobs

    Chapter 8 Scan jobs...
  • Page 214: Introduction To The Scan Function

    Introduction to the scan function Introduction to the scan function Introduction The scan function allows you to convert paper originals into digital documents using scan profiles. The system offers several factory default scan profiles. However, you can change and add scan profiles at the Settings Editor. Illustration [319] The scan profiles at the lower row The factory default profiles...
  • Page 215 Template When to use PDF printing Scan for printing purposes. PDF viewing archiving Scan for viewing and archiving purposes. Introduction to the scan function Chapter 8 - Scan jobs...
  • Page 216: Description Of The Scan Job Settings

    Description of the scan job settings Description of the scan job settings Introduction To scan a document, you must first select a scan profile. A scan profile contains default job settings. After you select a scan profile, the job window opens. The job window allows you to change a number of default settings for the original and the resulting file.
  • Page 217 Illustration [320] The scan job settings Number Pane 'Original' 'File' 'Job' Preview Action buttons Description of the scan job settings Description The 'Original' pane shows the settings you can define for the paper originals The 'File' pane shows the settings you can define for the file The 'Job' pane shows the generic settings you can define for the whole job...
  • Page 218 Description of the scan job settings 'Original' settings - '1- or 2-sided' Setting Values '1- or 2-sid- '1-sided' '2-sided' Chapter 8 - Scan jobs Description The automatically set value for this setting. Only the front side contains an image or text. Both the front side and the back side contain an image or text.
  • Page 219 'Original' settings - 'Original type' Setting Values 'Original type' 'Portrait left' 'Portrait top' 'Landscape left' 'Landscape top' Description of the scan job settings Description The automatically set value for this setting. • The original has a vertical format (height > width). •...
  • Page 220 Description of the scan job settings 'Original' settings - 'Size' Setting Values 'Size' A4, A3, Let- ter, Ledger, etc. 'Portrait' 'Landscape' 'Original' settings - 'Background suppression' You can use the 'Background suppression' to print a uniform background. For example to suppress unwanted spots. Chapter 8 - Scan jobs Description Original in the ADF or on the glass plate:...
  • Page 221 'File' settings - 'Type' Setting Values 'Type' 'Format' 'Compres- sion' NOTE A higher compression factor results in a scan with lower quality. 'Quality' NOTE A higher quality factor results in a scan with a larger file size. Description of the scan job settings Description Select the required format.
  • Page 222 Description of the scan job settings 'File' settings - 'Resolution' Setting Values 'Resolution' '600 dpi' 'File' settings - 'Size' Setting Values 'Size' All media sizes that the media cata- log supports 'File' settings - 'Zoom' Setting Values 'Zoom' 'Fit to page' 'Percent' Chapter 8 - Scan jobs Description...
  • Page 223 'File' settings - 'Align' Setting Values 'Align' 'Auto' 'Top left' 'Top center' 'Top right' 'Center left' 'Center' 'Center right' 'Bottom left' Description of the scan job settings Description The automatically set value for this setting. An image on a sheet may be smaller than the media size of the output, for example because you scaled the image to 70% of its original size.
  • Page 224 Description of the scan job settings Setting Values 'Bottom cen- ter' 'Bottom right' 'File' settings - 'Margin erase' Setting Values 'Shift' 'Margin shift' 'Image shift' Chapter 8 - Scan jobs Description 'Bottom center' moves the image to the centre of the bottom side of the sheet.
  • Page 225 'File' settings - 'Adjust image' Setting Values 'Adjust im- 'Describe age' original' 'Describe copy' 'Brightness' 'Contrast' 'Color' Description of the scan job settings Description The Adjust Image setting allows you to define the copy and scan quality manually. Depending on the situation you can describe the original or copy/scan.
  • Page 226 Description of the scan job settings 'File' settings - 'Color/Black & white' Setting Values 'Color/Black 'Colors' & white' NOTE To make color scans, the color scanning option must be licensed. 'Color pro- file' • Scan to file, on page 227 Chapter 8 - Scan jobs Description 'Black and white'...
  • Page 227: Scan To File

    Scan to file How to use the scan-to-file function Place the originals face up into the ADF, or place 1 original face down on the glass plate. Touch 'Jobs' -> 'Copy/Scan'. Select a scan-to-file profile. The job window opens. Change the settings for the original and the file. Touch 'Start' .
  • Page 228: Scan To Usb

    Scan to USB Scan to USB How to use the Scan-to-USB function Insert a USB drive into the USB port on the left side of the operator panel. Place the originals face up into the ADF, or place 1 original face down on the glass plate. Touch 'Jobs' ->...
  • Page 229: Combine Subsets Into One File

    Combine subsets into one file Introduction You can use the scan function of the machine to carry out all kinds of scan jobs. You can carry out scan-to-file or scan-to-email jobs, for example. When the document contains non-standard size media or when you want to combine various documents, you can create a combined scan job.
  • Page 230 Combine subsets into one file The job window opens. Press 'Subsets'. Define the settings for the first subset (original and file). NOTE Some settings that you define for the first subset apply to the whole job, the 'Type' and 'Resolution' settings, for example. These settings are fixed and are grayed out after scanning the first subset.
  • Page 231 Insert a subset Put the first subset face up into the automatic document feeder or face down on the glass plate. In the preview pane, select the subset below the position where you want to insert a subset. Press 'Insert'. The settings pane becomes available.
  • Page 232 Combine subsets into one file Define the general parameters and start the creation of the file When the job is OK, touch 'Ready'. Define the parameters, like the user code and the 'Account ID'. These values apply to the whole scan job. Touch the 'Start' button Chapter 8 - Scan jobs to start the creation of the file.
  • Page 233: Paper, Toner, And Staples

    Chapter 9 Paper, toner, and staples...
  • Page 234: Consumables

    Consumables Consumables Introduction The following consumables are available. For more information, contact your local autho- rized dealer. We recommend that you order paper stock and toner from your local authorized dealer before your stock runs out. Paper stock In addition to plain paper (A3, B4, A4, B5, A5/11" × 17", LGL, LTR, and STMT), re- cycled paper, color paper, transparencies (recommended for this printer), tracing paper, labels, other types of paper stock are available.
  • Page 235 NOTE • For high-quality printouts, use paper recommended by your local authorized dealer. • Some commercially available paper types are not suited to this printer. Contact your local authorized dealer when you need to purchase paper. Toner If a message asking you to replace the toner cartridge appears on the touch panel display, replace the used toner cartridge with a new one.
  • Page 236 [Be careful of counterfeit toner cartridges] Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon toner cartridges in the marketplace. Use of counterfeit toner cartridge may result in poor print quality or machine performance. Canon is not responsible for any malfunction, accident or damage caused by the use of counterfeit toner car- tridge.For more information, see http://www.canon.com/counterfeit.
  • Page 237: Loading Paper

    Loading paper Load the media into the integrated paper trays Introduction This section describes how to load the media into the integrated paper trays. When you load the media via the 'Load' button in the 'Schedule', the media is automat- ically assigned to the correct tray.
  • Page 238 Load the media into the integrated paper trays NOTE • If a message prompting you to load paper appears during printing, the remaining prints are automatically made after you load the correct paper. If you select another paper drawer, the remaining prints are made after you press 'OK'. •...
  • Page 239 Grip the handle, then pull out the paper drawer until it stops. Open a package of paper, and remove the paper stack. When loading paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the paper. IMPORTANT • Rewrap any remaining paper in its original package, and store it in a dry place, away from direct sunlight.
  • Page 240 Load the media into the integrated paper trays NOTE • For high-quality printouts, use paper recommended by your authorized dealer. • Before loading paper, always fan the sheets several times, and align the edges to facilitate feeding. Load the paper stack into the paper drawer. Even out the edges of the paper stack.
  • Page 241 IMPORTANT • Paper which has been rolled or curled must be straightened out prior to use. • Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the loading limit mark ( ) at the back of the paper drawer. NOTE •...
  • Page 242 Load the media into the integrated paper trays When returning the paper drawer to its original position, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. IMPORTANT You will not be able to make copies or print if you load paper that exceeds the loading limit or the paper tray is not completely pushed into the printer.
  • Page 243: Adjust The Integrated Paper Tray To Hold A Different Paper Size

    Adjust the integrated paper tray to hold a different paper size. Introduction If you want to load a different paper size into a paper drawer, follow the procedure de- scribed below to adjust the paper drawer guides. IMPORTANT Only A4/LTR transparencies can be used. Make sure that the left guide is set to A4/LTR when loading transparencies into a paper drawer.
  • Page 244 Adjust the integrated paper tray to hold a different paper size. Squeeze the lever on the front guide, as shown below. Without releasing the lever, slide the front guide to align it with the mark for the desired paper size. Slide the guide until it clicks into place.
  • Page 245: Load The Media Into The Paper Module

    Load the media into the paper module Introduction Multi-Drawer Paper Deck-A1 provides three additional paper trays. You can load up to 2000 sheets of paper (80 g/m This section describes how to load the media into the paper tray module. When you load the media via the 'Load' button in the 'Schedule', the media is automat- ically assigned to the correct tray.
  • Page 246 Load the media into the paper module IMPORTANT • If the printer is in Sleep mode, you may not be able to open the paper trays, even when pressing the Open buttons. In this case, press the Sleep Mode key on the operator panel to reactivate the printer, then press the Open button on the paper tray you want to open.
  • Page 247 NOTE • If a message prompting you to load paper appears during printing, the remaining prints are automatically made after you load the correct paper. If you select another paper source, the remaining prints are made after you press 'OK'. •...
  • Page 248 Load the media into the paper module Grip the handle, and pull out the paper tray until it stops. Open a package of paper, and remove the paper stack. When loading paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the paper. IMPORTANT Rewrap any remaining paper in its original package, and store it in a dry place, away from direct sunlight.
  • Page 249 • When loading paper into the paper tray for the first time, adjust the size change plate to match the paper size being loaded. • When loading paper into the paper tray, make sure that the paper size setting is the same size of the paper that is being loaded.
  • Page 250 Load the media into the paper module IMPORTANT • Paper which has been rolled or curled must be straightened out before loading it into the paper tray. • Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the loading limit mark ( ) on the inside of the paper tray.
  • Page 251 IMPORTANT You will not be able to make copies or print if you load paper that exceeds the loading limit, or if the paper tray is not completely pushed into the machine. NOTE If paper runs out while copying or printing, load a new paper stack, then follow the instructions on the touch panel display.
  • Page 252: Adjust The Media Size For The Paper Module

    Adjust the media size for the paper module Adjust the media size for the paper module Introduction This section explains how to change the paper size in the optional Multi-Drawer Paper Deck-A1. Adjust the media size for paper module Press the button on the paper deck that you want to adjust, and pull out the paper deck until it stops.
  • Page 253 Squeeze the lever, as shown below. Without releasing the lever, slide the outer size change plate and inner size change plate until they do not catch onto the paper you are setting. Load the desired paper until approximately 10 mm (3/8") in height. Slide the outer size change plate and inner size change plate to align them with the desired paper size.
  • Page 254 Adjust the media size for the paper module IMPORTANT Do not subject the paper holder plate to shocks when loading paper into the paper tray, as this may result in a malfunction or damage to the printer. IMPORTANT Adjust the guides correctly to avoid causing a paper jam, dirtying prints, or dirtying the inside of the printer.
  • Page 255 When loading paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the paper. IMPORTANT • Paper that has been rolled or curled must be straightened before loading it into the paper deck. • Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the loading limit mark ( ) on the inside of the paper deck.
  • Page 256 Adjust the media size for the paper module Gently push the paper tray back into the printer until it clicks into place in the closed position. The inside lifter automatically rises and prepares the paper deck for printing. When returning the paper deck to its original position, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 257: Load The Media Into The Bulk Paper Modules

    Load the media into the bulk paper modules Introduction The bulk paper module (Paper Deck Unit-A1/POD Deck Lite-A1) allows you to load up to 4000 sheets of paper (64 g/m lb bond). When loading paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the paper. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 258 Load the media into the bulk paper modules NOTE • The following paper sizes can be loaded into Paper Deck Unit-A1 and POD Deck Lite-A1: Paper Deck Unit-A1: - A4, B5 - LTR POD Deck Lite-A1: - 330 × 483 mm, 320 × 450 mm (SRA3), 305 × 457 mm, A3, B4, A4, A4R, and - 13"...
  • Page 259 NOTE • For high-quality printouts, use paper recommended by your authorized dealer. • Before loading paper, always fan the sheets several times, and align the edges to facilitate feeding. Lift the feeding support roller. If Paper Deck Unit-A1 is attached, proceed to step 4. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 260 Load the media into the bulk paper modules Make sure that the inside lifter has lowered before loading paper, even out the edges of the paper stack, and stack the paper neatly against the inner paper guide. [387] Paper Deck Unit-A1 [388] Paper Deck Lite-A1 IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 261 NOTE • Load the paper stack in stages, adding approximately 600 sheets of paper (64 g/m² / 17 lb bond) or 550 sheets of paper (80 g/m² / 20 lb bond) at a time. If the paper deck can accommodate more paper, the lifter will descend. •...
  • Page 262 Load the media into the bulk paper modules When closing the paper deck, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. • Loading transparencies, on page 285 • Adjust the media size for the bulk paper module, on page 263 Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples CAUTION...
  • Page 263: Adjust The Media Size For The Bulk Paper Module

    Adjust the media size for the bulk paper module Introduction This section explains how to change the paper size for the optional POD Deck Lite-A1. Adjust the media size for the bulk paper module Press the Open button to open the paper deck. The inside lifter automatically descends to the paper loading position.
  • Page 264 Adjust the media size for the bulk paper module Remove the rear edge retainer. Remove the two blue screws on the outer size change plate using a coin or something similar. IMPORTANT Do not loosen or remove any screw other than the two blue screws on the outer size change plate.
  • Page 265 Align the outer size change plate with the marks for the desired paper size that you want to load. (SRA3) 320mm 450mm 330mm 483mm 13 19 12 / 17 / 305mm 457mm A4/A3 12 18 11 17/LTR B5/B4 LGL/LTR IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 266 Adjust the media size for the bulk paper module IMPORTANT • If you fasten the blue screws without pressing the outer size change plate toward you, the plate may be fixed at an angle. • If you use the paper deck with a tilted outer size change plate, paper may feed slanted, poor print quality may result, and paper jams may occur.
  • Page 267 IMPORTANT There are two screw holes for fastening the rear edge retainer. Make sure that it is fastened properly (aligned with the marks for the desired paper size) to prevent it from being installed at an angle. Remove the two blue screws on the inner size change plate using a coin or something similar.
  • Page 268 Adjust the media size for the bulk paper module Align the inner size change plate with the marks for the desired paper size. IMPORTANT • Make sure to align the inner size change plate with the marks for the desired paper size.
  • Page 269 IMPORTANT • Make sure to align the inner size change plate with the marks for the desired paper size. There are two marks for paper size on the top of the paper deck. Align the inner size change plate with the desired marks. •...
  • Page 270 Adjust the media size for the bulk paper module Place the paper size sheet that matches the new paper size into the paper deck. IMPORTANT Never place the paper size sheet into the empty part of the pod deck lite. Doing so may lead to a printer malfunction.
  • Page 271 NOTE When loading paper, make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed 20 mm (13/16"). If the height of the paper stack exceeds 20 mm (13/16"), the edges of the paper stack may become curled or creased, and poor print quality may result. Place a magnet label indicating the new paper size onto the paper deck.
  • Page 272: Load The Media Into The Inserter

    Load the media into the inserter Load the media into the inserter Introduction This section describes how to load media into the inserter (Document Insertion Unit- H1). Document Insertion Unit Staple Settings and Output Results Table The following table shows the effect of the cover position, original position and the staple settings on the output.
  • Page 273 How to place the cover sheet/original Load the media into the inserter Staple set- Output re- tings sults 'Top left' '1 staple' A3, B4 / 11" X 17", LGL 'Left edge' '2 staples' 'Top right' '1 staple' 'Right edge' A4, B5/LTR '2 staples' 'Top right' '1 staple'...
  • Page 274 Load the media into the inserter How to place the cover sheet/original *1 Paper can be loaded into both the upper and lower trays. Load the paper facing the same side for both the upper and lower trays. Load the media into the inserter Adjust the slide guides to fit the paper size.
  • Page 275 - Adjust the slide guide. Open a package of paper, and remove the paper stack. When loading paper, take care not to cut your hands on the edges of the paper. IMPORTANT Rewrap any remaining paper in its original package, and store it in a dry place, away from direct sunlight.
  • Page 276 Load the media into the inserter Make sure that the height of the paper stack does not exceed the loading limit mark ( ) at the back of the paper supply tray. NOTE • You cannot make copies or prints on paper that is loaded into the document in- sertion unit.
  • Page 277 Load the media into the inserter • Close the tray cover. • Loading tab paper, on page 287 Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples...
  • Page 278: Load The Media Into The Special Feeder (multipurpose Tray)

    Load the media into the special feeder (multipurpose tray) Load the media into the special feeder (multipurpose tray) Introduction The optional special feeder allows you to print on tracing paper, labels, and envelopes. IMPORTANT • Note the following points when using the special feeder: - Paper quantity: 1 to approximately 100 sheets (80 g/m2 / 22 lb bond, stack ap- proximately 11 mm / 3/8"...
  • Page 279 NOTE • Envelopes may be creased in the printing process. • For high-quality printouts, use paper recommended by your authorized dealer. • Standard Size You can select standard inch paper, or A or B series paper. • Customer size You can load nonstandard paper sizes (100.0 ×...
  • Page 280 Load the media into the special feeder (multipurpose tray) If you are feeding large paper, pull out the auxiliary tray. Load the paper into the special feeder. Make sure the height of the paper stack does not exceed the loading limit mark ( ). When you use the special feeder to make copies, straighten curled paper prior to use, as shown below.
  • Page 281 IMPORTANT • When loading paper into the special feeder, align the paper stack neatly between the slide guides. If the paper is not loaded correctly, a paper jam may occur. • When loading paper into the special feeder, make sure the paper is placed down flat.
  • Page 282 Load the media into the special feeder (multipurpose tray) • Place the envelopes on a clean, level surface, then press all the way around the envelopes by hand, in the direction of the arrows, to remove any curls. Repeat this step five times for each set of five envelopes.
  • Page 283 IMPORTANT • Do not print on the back of the envelopes (the side with the flap). • If the envelopes become filled with air, flatten them by hand before loading them into the special feeder. • Load the envelopes, as shown below. If you are using Nagagata 3 or Kakugata 2: Feeding Direction If you are using ISO-B5:...
  • Page 284 Load the media into the special feeder (multipurpose tray) IMPORTANT • The special feeder can hold five envelopes at a time. • If the envelopes do not pass through the printer properly after following the pro- cedures up to this point, repeat the procedures by feeding once for each envelope. •...
  • Page 285: Loading Transparencies

    Loading transparencies Introduction You can load transparencies into the following paper source. • Paper drawers of the main unit • Special feeder • POD Deck Lite-A1 • Multi-Drawer Paper Deck-A1 Unlike normal paper, transparencies have a specific printable surface to ensure the optimal reproduction of images.
  • Page 286 Loading transparencies NOTE You can load up to 250 transparencies in a paper source other than the special feeder. If a paper jam occurs, remove the transparencies and fan them well before reloading them into the paper tray. Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples...
  • Page 287: Loading Tab Paper

    Loading tab paper Introduction This section describes how to load tab paper. You can load tab paper into the following paper source. • Paper trays 3 and 4 of the main unit. • Multi-Drawer Paper Deck-A1. • Document Insertion Unit-H1. IMPORTANT Only A4/LTR tab paper can be used.
  • Page 288 Loading tab paper Loading tab paper per tray Paper source Paper drawer Multi-Drawer Pa- per Deck-A1 Document Inser- tion Unit-H1 Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples How to load tab paper Load reverse order tab paper face down with the tabs to the left side.
  • Page 289: Load Tab Paper Into The Paper Tray

    Load tab paper into the paper tray Introduction This section describes how to load tab paper into the paper tray. Load tab paper into the paper tray Press and release the button on the paper drawer in which you want to load tab paper. Grip the handle, then pull out the paper drawer until it stops.
  • Page 290 Load tab paper into the paper tray Remove the tab paper guide from its holder by sliding it to the left and lifting it, then place it as shown below. Load the tab paper into the paper drawer. IMPORTANT • Paper which has been rolled or curled must be straightened out prior to use.
  • Page 291 Set the left guide to A4/LTR, if necessary. Gently push the paper tray back into the printer until it clicks into place in the closed position. When returning the paper drawer to its original position, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 292: Removing Paper Waste

    Check the status of the punch waste box Removing paper waste Check the status of the punch waste box Introduction You can check the status of the punch waste box in the 'System' view. Check the status of the punch waste box On the operator panel, touch the button for the 'System' view.
  • Page 293: Remove The Punch Waste Of The Punch Unit

    Remove the punch waste of the punch unit Introduction This section describes how to remove the punch waste. IMPORTANT • Take care when handling the optional equipment that is attached to the machine. When an optional unit's cover is opened to replace a staple cartridge, discard the punch waste, discard the trim waste, or clear paper or staple jams, prints may still be output if other optional units are operating normally and are not involved in the paper or staple jam removal procedure.
  • Page 294 Remove the punch waste of the punch unit Pull out the punch waste tray. Discard the punch waste into a receptacle. IMPORTANT Make sure that the punch waste tray is completely emptied. Return the punch waste tray to its original position. Always make sure to insert the punch waste tray as far as it can go.
  • Page 295 Close the front cover of the finisher. When closing the front cover of the finisher, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Remove the punch waste of the punch unit CAUTION Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples...
  • Page 296: Remove The Trim Waste

    Remove the trim waste Remove the trim waste Introduction This section describes how to remove trim waste from Booklet Finisher- A1 when Inner Booklet Trimmer-A1 is installed. IMPORTANT • Take care when handling the optional equipment that is attached to the machine. When an optional unit's cover is opened to replace a staple cartridge, discard the punch waste, discard the trim waste, or clear paper or staple jams, prints may still be output if other optional units are operating normally and are not involved in...
  • Page 297 Discard the trim waste. IMPORTANT Make sure that the trim waste tray is completely emptied. Return the trim waste tray to its original position. Always make sure to insert the trim waste tray as far as it can go. Close the front cover of the finisher. Remove the trim waste Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples...
  • Page 298 Remove the trim waste When closing the front cover of the finisher, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples CAUTION...
  • Page 299: Toner

    Toner Check the status of the toner reservoir and waste toner container Introduction You can check the status of the toner reservoirs in the dashboard and in the 'System' view. The icons in the following table indicate the status of the toner reservoir. This section gives an overview of the possible toner statuses.
  • Page 300 Check the status of the toner reservoir and waste toner container Illustration [499] The location of the toner icons (left-side of the main window) Check the status of the toner reservoirs and waste toner container On the operator panel, touch the button for the 'System' view. Press 'Printer'.
  • Page 301: Replace The Toner Cartridge

    Replace the toner cartridge Introduction The system informs you on the dashboard of the operator panel when new toner is re- quired. Do not burn or throw used toner cartridges into open flames, as this may cause toner remaining inside the cartridges to ignite, resulting in burns or a fire. •...
  • Page 302 Replace the toner cartridge NOTE • If toner runs out during a print job, the remaining prints are made after you replace the toner cartridge. • If black toner is left, you can continue copying and printing in black and white. However, if a job is interrupted because cyan, magenta, or yellow toner runs out, copying and printing in black-and-white is only possible for functions other than the function being used for the interrupted job.
  • Page 303 Do not burn or throw used toner cartridges into open flames, as this may cause toner remaining inside the cartridges to ignite, resulting in burns or a fire. IMPORTANT Do not open the internal cover by force; doing so may damage the printer. Hold the new toner cartridge in your hands, as shown below, and gently tilt it up and down 10 times.
  • Page 304 Replace the toner cartridge IMPORTANT Never touch the tip of the toner cartridge or subject it to shock by hitting it. Doing so may cause the toner cartridge to leak. Push the new toner cartridge in as far as possible. Black Toner Cartridge IMPORTANT When replacing toner cartridges, make sure that the color of the toner cartridge...
  • Page 305 When closing the internal cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Close the toner replacement cover. When closing the toner replacement cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Replace the toner cartridge CAUTION CAUTION...
  • Page 306: Staples

    Check the status of the staple cartridges Staples Check the status of the staple cartridges Introduction The following output locations contain staple cartridges to staple your jobs. • The stacker/stapler • The finisher. When all the staple cartridges are sufficiently filled, the staple icon in the dashboard is blue.
  • Page 307 Illustration [511] The location of the staple icons (right-side of the main window) How to check the status of the staple cartridges Check the staple icon in the dashboard. When the staple icon is orange or red, go to the 'Printer' section of the 'System' view to check which staple cartridge must be refilled.
  • Page 308: Replace The Staple Cartridge In The Stapler Unit

    Replace the staple cartridge in the stapler unit Replace the staple cartridge in the stapler unit Introduction This section describes how to replace the staple cartridge in the stapler unit of Staple Finisher-A1/Booklet Finisher-A1. IMPORTANT • Use only staple cartridges intended for use in this machine. ‘Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit’...
  • Page 309 Pull out the staple case from the stapler unit, holding it by its green tab. Turn over the staple case, and open the cover while pressing PUSH on both sides of the staple case. NOTE • Align the staple case as indicated in the diagram. •...
  • Page 310 Replace the staple cartridge in the stapler unit Insert the new staple case. Remove the white seal fixing the staples by pulling it straight out. IMPORTANT Make sure that you pull the seal straight out. If you pull it out at an angle, it may tear.
  • Page 311 Always make sure to insert the staple case as far as it can go. Close the front cover of the finisher. When closing the front cover of the finisher, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Replace the staple cartridge in the stapler unit CAUTION Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples...
  • Page 312: Replace The Staple Cartridge In The Saddle Stitch Unit

    Replace the staple cartridge in the saddle stitch unit Replace the staple cartridge in the saddle stitch unit Introduction This section describes how to replace the staple cartridge in the saddle stitch unit of Booklet Finisher-A1. IMPORTANT • Use only staple cartridges intended for use in this machine. ‘Stacker/stapler and integrated punch unit’...
  • Page 313 Pull out the saddle stitcher unit (F-C5). Pull out the staple case, holding it by its tab. Press the light blue area on both sides of the staple cartridge, then open the staple case cover. Hold the staple case cover by its left and right sides, and then lift it and slide it off. Lift and pull out the empty staple cartridge.
  • Page 314 Replace the staple cartridge in the saddle stitch unit Squeeze the arrow indicated in step 4 (and its twin on the opposite side) to release the empty staple cartridge. Insert the new staple cartridge until it clicks into place. IMPORTANT When replacing the staple cartridges, replace both the front and back staple cartridges.
  • Page 315 When returning the staple case, always make sure that the staple case is inserted until the arrows are aligned as shown in the diagram. IMPORTANT Follow steps 3 to 7 to replace the other staple cartridge in the saddle stitcher unit. Gently push the saddle stitcher unit back into the printer.
  • Page 316 Replace the staple cartridge in the saddle stitch unit Close the front cover of the finisher. When closing the front cover of the finisher, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Chapter 9 - Paper, toner, and staples CAUTION...
  • Page 317: Adapt Printer Settings To Your Needs

    Chapter 10 Adapt printer settings to your needs...
  • Page 318: System Settings (access Through The Operator Panel)

    Introduction to the 'Setup' section System settings (access through the op- erator panel) Introduction to the 'Setup' section Introduction The 'System' view gives access to system information, the system setup and media infor- mation. This section gives an overview of the 'Setup' section in the 'System' view. Introduction to the 'Setup' section The items of the 'Setup' section The workflow section at the top of the operator panel displays the main settings of the...
  • Page 319 • 'Workflow profile' Select a workflow profile or manually define the settings that match your needs. • 'Language' Change the language of the operator panel. • 'Warning time' Define the moment when the system warns you about an action that is required soon, for example 10 minutes in advance.
  • Page 320: Work With The Workflow Profiles

    Work with the workflow profiles Work with the workflow profiles Introduction The machine is used in different printing environments. Each environment requires other settings to optimize the workflow or to meet your personal workflow preferences. The machine contains a number of default workflow profiles to help you optimize your workflow.
  • Page 321 The default settings for 'Receive' The default 'Receive' settings Workflow profile 'Standard' 'Job by job' 'Check and print' 'Manual planning' 'Unattended' The default settings for 'Print' The default 'Print' settings Workflow profile 'Standard' 'Job by job' 'Check and print' 'Manual planning' 'Unattended' The default settings for 'Output' The default 'Output' settings...
  • Page 322 Work with the workflow profiles Values and effects of the settings Setting 'Destination of print job' 'Destination of copy job' 'Confirm start of job' Chapter 10 - Adapt printer settings to your needs Values Effect 'Scheduled The jobs are immediately sent to the list of jobs' 'Scheduled jobs'.
  • Page 323 Setting Values 'Check first 'On' set' 'Off' 'As in job' 'Offset stack- 'Jobs' ing' 'Sets (always)' 'Sets (as in job)' 'Banners' 'Off' Work with the workflow profiles Effect The machine goes on hold after the first set of a job is printed. You can check the quality and lay- out of the first set before the machine prints the remaining sets.
  • Page 324: Change The Warning Time

    Change the warning time Change the warning time Introduction When operator interaction is required now or soon, the dashboard and the operator at- tention light can warn you. This is a trigger that action is required now or soon., for ex- ample load a required media type or empty an output location.
  • Page 325: Disable The Warning Time

    Disable the warning time Introduction When operator interaction is required now or soon, the dashboard and the operator at- tention light warn you. However, you can disable this warning function. Disable the warning time Touch 'System' -> 'Setup' -> 'Warning time' (under 'Operator panel'). When the box for 'Warning in advance' has a check mark and states 'On', the function is enabled.
  • Page 326: Truncate The Job Name

    Truncate the job name Truncate the job name Introduction In the 'Jobs' view, the operator panel displays all jobs with their job names. If a job name is too long, the systems truncates the job name. To enable you to identify your jobs in the lists more easily, you can define how the system truncates the job names.
  • Page 327: Adjust The Brightness And Contrast Of The Operator Panel

    Adjust the brightness and contrast of the operator panel Introduction You can adjust the brightness and contrast of your monitor to improve the readability of the operator panel. The required brightness and contrast settings can depend on the lighting in your room, for example. Setting 'Auto adjust' 'Brightness'...
  • Page 328: Access Settings Editor Settings Via The Operator Panel

    Access Settings Editor settings via the operator panel Access Settings Editor settings via the operator panel Introduction NOTE The information contained in this section is primarily intended for key operators and system administrators. The Settings Editor application on the PRISMAsync controller is a web based application that allows key operators and system administrators to adapt the system completely to the situation in an organization and production environment.
  • Page 329 Group of settings Available settings 'Logging' • 'Save the datad- ump file' • 'Save the trace file' • 'Print the config- uration report' 'Connectivity' • 'MAC address' (read-only) • 'Host name' • 'Link speed and connection type' • 'DHCP en- abled' •...
  • Page 330 Access Settings Editor settings via the operator panel Group of settings 'System settings' How to change key operator settings and system administrator settings via the operator panel Touch 'System' -> 'Setup' -> 'Local key operator settings' (below 'Advanced'). Touch the button of the group that contains the setting you want to change or view. Touch the required setting.
  • Page 331: Automated Workflows (access Through The Settings Editor)

    Automated workflows (access through the Settings Editor) Introduction to automated workflows Definition The Settings Editor enables you to set up separate automated workflows. Automated workflows are print queues that you can program to perform a range of operations. Auto- mated workflows are mostly used for legacy applications where jobs are printed automat- ically and certain settings must be set automatically.
  • Page 332 Introduction to automated workflows • Add an automated workflow, on page 333 • Edit an automated workflow, on page 334 • Delete an automated workflow, on page 335 • Restore the factory default workflow, on page 336 Chapter 10 - Adapt printer settings to your needs...
  • Page 333: Add An Automated Workflow

    Add an automated workflow Introduction The Settings Editor contains 1 factory default automated workflow. However, it can be beneficial for your productivity to add more automated workflows. NOTE It is not compulsory to define all the settings. When you put a check mark in front of a setting, that setting and its values become enabled.
  • Page 334: Edit An Automated Workflow

    Edit an automated workflow Edit an automated workflow Introduction You can change the attributes of an existing automated workflow. NOTE It is not compulsory to define all the settings. When you put a check mark in front of a setting, that setting and its values become enabled. How to edit an automated workflow Go to 'Workflow' ->...
  • Page 335: Delete An Automated Workflow

    Delete an automated workflow Introduction When you no longer need a certain automated workflow, you can delete that workflow. NOTE You cannot delete the factory default automated workflow. How to delete an automated workflow Go to 'Workflow' -> 'Automated workflows'. Put a check mark in front of the workflow you want to delete.
  • Page 336: Restore The Factory Default Workflow

    Restore the factory default workflow Restore the factory default workflow Introduction You can restore the factory default automated workflow. This has the following conse- quences. • All the automated workflows you added will be removed • All the changes in the default workflow will be lost. How to restore the factory default workflow Go to 'Workflow' ->...
  • Page 337: Hotfolders

    Hotfolders Introduction to hotfolders Introduction Technically, a hotfolder is a mapped network drive on a workstation that is linked to a shared folder on the PRISMAsync controller. For an operator, a hotfolder is a folder on a workstation where printable files can be dropped for printing.
  • Page 338: Activate The Hotfolder Function

    Activate the hotfolder function Activate the hotfolder function Introduction The information in this section is intended for system administrators. NOTE • By factory default, the hotfolder function is disabled. To use the hotfolder function, the system administrator must activate this function once. After the system admin- istrator activated the hotfolder function, up to 10 hotfolders can be defined.
  • Page 339: Create A Hotfolder

    Create a hotfolder Introduction The information in this section is intended for key operators. NOTE • You can create up to 10 hotfolders. • For this procedure, the Key operator PIN is required. Before you begin The hotfolder function must be activated. Otherwise, the system administrator must ac- tivate the hotfolder function first.
  • Page 340: Create A Shared Network Folder On A Workstation

    Create a shared network folder on a workstation Create a shared network folder on a workstation Introduction The information in this section is intended for key operators. Before creating a shared network folder on a workstation, the following actions must be carried out first: •...
  • Page 341 NOTE Instead of 12.34.56.78 you must enter the host name or IP address of the PRISMAsync controller. Booklet is the name you gave to the hotfolder when you created the auto- mated workflow. Click 'Finish'. A log in screen will appear. Enter the user name and the password that were defined when the hotfolder function was enabled in the Settings Editor.
  • Page 342: Create A Hotfolder Default Ticket ('default_ticket.jdf')

    Create a hotfolder default ticket ('default_ticket.jdf') Create a hotfolder default ticket ('default_ticket.jdf') Introduction Hotfolders are primarily aimed at recurring PDF workflows. In these workflows identical PDFs, or other printable files, with identical settings are printed on a regular basis. A hotfolder default ticket (' default_ticket.jdf') in the hotfolder determines the settings for the print jobs.
  • Page 343: Maintenance And Calibration

    Chapter 11 Maintenance and calibra- tion...
  • Page 344: Introduction To The 'maintenance' Section

    Introduction to the 'Maintenance' section Introduction to the 'Maintenance' section Introduction The maintenance section displays the following information. • 'Billing counters' The 'Billing counters' section displays the total number of prints that have been made since the machine was installed. Which counters there are visible depends on the region. You cannot reset the billing counters.
  • Page 345 Introduction to the 'Maintenance' section The maintenance section Chapter 11 - Maintenance and calibration...
  • Page 346: Routine Cleaning

    Introduction Routine cleaning Introduction Introduction If the original is not copied clearly, clean the following parts of the printer. For high- quality printouts, we recommend cleaning these parts once or twice a month. • Glass plate • Feeder and the underside of the feeder •...
  • Page 347: Clean The Glass Plate And Underside The Feeder

    Clean the glass plate and underside the feeder Introduction This section describes how to clean the glass plate and the underside of the cover plate. IMPORTANT If the glass plate or underside of the cover plate is dirty, the original may not be scanned clearly, or the size of the original may be detected incorrectly.
  • Page 348: Clean The Automatic Document Feeder (adf)

    Clean the automatic document feeder (ADF) Clean the automatic document feeder (ADF) Introduction If originals that have been fed through the feeder have streaks or appear dirty, clean the feeder’s scanning area. IMPORTANT • Do not dampen the cloth too much, as this may damage the original or break the machine.
  • Page 349 Clean the original scanning area (thin glass strip) with a cloth dampened in water or a mild detergent, then wipe the area with a soft dry cloth. Pull the lever above the feeder, and open the document scan cover. IMPORTANT Open the document scan cover carefully, making sure not to scratch the glass plate.
  • Page 350 Clean the automatic document feeder (ADF) Clean the feed scanning area with a cloth dampened in water or a mild detergent, then wipe the area with a soft dry cloth. Close the inside cover. When closing the inside cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury.
  • Page 351 When closing the document scan cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. Close the feeder. • When closing the feeder, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. •...
  • Page 352: Clean The Wire

    Clean the wire Clean the wire Introduction If streaks appear on printed output or parts of the printed image are missing, clean the corona assembly wires inside the main unit. NOTE • It takes approximately 35 seconds to clean the wires. •...
  • Page 353: Clean The Roller

    Clean the roller Introduction If dirt or streaks appear on printed output, clean the roller inside of the main unit. NOTE • It takes approximately 20 seconds to clean the roller. • Roller cleaning cannot be performed during printing. Clean the roller (main unit) Touch 'System' ->...
  • Page 354: Clean The Automatic Document Feeder Rollers

    Clean the automatic document feeder rollers Clean the automatic document feeder rollers Introduction If your originals have black streaks or appear dirty after scanning them through the feeder, clean the rollers of the feeder. NOTE • It takes approximately 20 seconds to clean the feeder. •...
  • Page 355: Clean The Drum

    Clean the drum Introduction Printed images may be light or distorted when the printer is used immediately after instal- lation or after a long period time of not being used. If printed images are light or distorted, clean the drum inside the printer, as necessary. NOTE •...
  • Page 356: Clean The Operator Panel

    Clean the operator panel Clean the operator panel Clean the screen of the operator panel with a 50% mix of water and isopropyl alcohol (K2). Use a lint-free cloth. Always put the cleaner onto the cloth and not directly on the screen.
  • Page 357: Maintenance

    Maintenance Reset the day counters Introduction The 'Maintenance' section of the 'System' view displays 2 types of counters • 'Billing counters' • 'Day counters' These counters provide information about the number of sheets that have been printed. This section first describes the 2 counters in the 'Maintenance' section and how to reset the day counters.
  • Page 358: Find The Meter Readings (counters)

    Find the meter readings (counters) Find the meter readings (counters) Introduction The 'Printer' section of the 'System' view displays 2 types of counters. • The billing counters provide information about the number of sheets that have been printed since the printer was installed. You cannot reset the billing counters. •...
  • Page 359: Handle Paper Jams

    Handle paper jams When a paper jam occurs, follow the instructions on the operator panel. IMPORTANT Make sure you follow the instructions precisely in the correct order to avoid unneces- sary service calls. Chapter 11 - Maintenance and calibration Handle paper jams...
  • Page 360: Auto Color Mismatch Correction

    'Auto color mismatch correction' 'Auto color mismatch correction' Introduction You can automatically correct color mismatching that occurs in the output. The 'Auto color mismatch correction' aligns the position of the four different colors. NOTE Automatic color mismatch correction cannot be performed during printing. 'Auto color mismatch correction' Touch 'System' ->...
  • Page 361: Calibration

    Calibration Introduction to printer calibration Introduction Due to external environmental circumstances, like temperature and humidity, consumables and print quality change over time. These changes effect the color quality of the printed documents. Although the printer performs automatic adjustments on a regular basis, you are advised to calibrate the printer configuration regularly.
  • Page 362: Calibrate The Printer - '1. Shading Correction

    Make sure you have an Eye-One spectrophotometer connected to the USB connector of the operator panel. Make sure you use one of the following media. • Canon CS-814 81.4 g/m² • Océ Top Colour FSC 100 g/m² • Mondi Neusiedler 100 g/m²...
  • Page 363 • Place the spectrometer in the holder, press the button to calibrate the spectrometer, and wait for 5 seconds. • Take 5 blank sheets of the same media you used for the calibration chart, and put them underneath the calibration chart. Measure the calibration sheet according to the instructions on the operator panel.
  • Page 364: Calibrate The Printer - '2. Auto Gradation Adjustment

    The '2. Auto gradation adjustment' procedure is part of the complete calibration procedure. Before you begin Make sure you use one of the following media. • Canon CS-814 81.4 g/m² • Océ Top Colour FSC 100 g/m² • Mondi Neusiedler 100 g/m²...
  • Page 365 Perform the '2. Auto gradation adjustment' procedure separately Touch 'System' -> 'Color management'. Press '2. Auto gradation adjustment'. Touch one of the following options. • 'Full adjustment' (recommended) • 'Quick adjustment' From the 'Calibration method' window, select 'Automatic (internal sensor)' and touch 'OK'.
  • Page 366: Calibrate The Controller - '3. Media Family Calibration

    Calibrate the controller - '3. Media family calibration' Calibrate the controller - '3. Media family calibration' Introduction The 'Media family' is a group of media that uses the same output profile. The controller provides by default the media families coated and uncoated. An expert can create a new media family for a specific group of media.
  • Page 367 • 'Uncoated' • Customer defined At 'Halftone', select which halftone you want to calibrate. • 'Normal' • 'Fine' • 'Error diffusion' At 'Media', select which media you want to calibrate. Touch 'OK' to print the calibration chart. An instruction window opens. Follow the instructions carefully and touch 'Next'.
  • Page 368: Adjust The Cmyk Calibration Curve Manually

    Adjust the CMYK calibration curve manually Adjust the CMYK calibration curve manually Introduction Calibration curves assure color consistency over different engines. There is a calibration curve for each media family/halftone combination. The calibration curve is automatically set after calibration. However, you can adjust the curve manually for your specific needs. IMPORTANT This setting applies to the complete media family/halftone combination.
  • Page 369: Chapter 12 Specifications

    Chapter 12 Specifications...
  • Page 370: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Technology Specification Imaging technology Toner Resolution Color gradations Maximum imageable area Features Print speed imageRUNNER ADVANCE C9075S PRO Specification Weight Uncoated 52–105 g/m² 14–28 lb bond Chapter 12 - Specifications Value Electrophotography pQ Toner; no fusing oil 1200 x 1200 dpi 256 per color 323 x 476.6 mm/12.72"...
  • Page 371 Specification Weight Size Uncoated 106–220 g/m² 29 lb bond–82 lb A4R/LTRR cover 11 x 17 SRA3 13 x 19 Uncoated 221–300 g/m² 83–110 lb cover A4R/LTRR Only via POD deck lite, Multi drawer 11 x 17 deck SRA3 13 x 19 Coated Quality mode 106–300 g/m²...
  • Page 372 Specifications Specification Weight Coated Productivity mode 181–300 g/m² 67 lb bond–110 lb cover Only via POD deck lite, Multi drawer deck 2-sided supports up to 220 g/m² / 82 lb bond FPOT Copy speed (with automatic document feeder) FCOT Print speed imageRUNNER ADVANCE C9065S PRO Weight Uncoated 52–105 g/m²...
  • Page 373 Paper Weight Size Uncoated 106–220 g/m² 29 lb bond–82 lb A4R/LTRR cover 11 x 17 SRA3 13 x 19 Uncoated 221–300 g/m² 83–110 lb cover A4R/LTRR Only via POD deck lite, Multi drawer 11 x 17 deck SRA3 13 x 19 Coated Quality mode 106–300 g/m²...
  • Page 374 Specifications Weight Coated Productivity mode 181–300 g/m² 67 lb bond–110 lb cover Only via POD deck lite, Multi drawer deck 2-sided supports up to 220 g/m² / 82 lb bond FPOT Copy speed (with automatic document feeder) FCOT General Specification Device memory (SDRAM) Operation...
  • Page 375 Specification Dimensions main en- gine (WxDxH) Weight main engine Security Certificates Power consumption Power requirements Environmental Specification Sound power level Ozone emissions Optimum temperature Relative humidity Value 1120 x 932 x 1400 mm/44" x 36.7" x 55.12" (with automatic document feeder, operator panel) (H, incl.
  • Page 376 Specifications Automatic document feeder (Duplex Color Image Reader Unit-A1) Specification Description Capacity Scan speed Original paper size Original paper weight Detection Dimensions unit (W x D x H) Weight unit Power consumption Power requirement PRISMAsync controller Specification Description Chapter 12 - Specifications Value Optional automatic document feeder and scanner for du- plex scanning of 1- or 2-sided originals...
  • Page 377 Specification Value Features • • • • • • • • Server type External Operating system Windows XPE SP3 Processor Intel Core i7 NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 Memory 4 GB Hard disk 3 x 3.5" SATA II, 250 GB, 7200 rpm Interface Ethernet (10/100/1000 Base-T), TCP/IP (LPR/LPD, 9100 Socket, SMB), Static IP/Auto-IP (DHCP)
  • Page 378 Specifications Specification Fonts Spot color libraries Printer drivers Security Accessories Chapter 12 - Specifications Value • 136 Type1 fonts for Romance languages • User import of PS fonts through Settings Editor • Optional Adobe Asian fonts: - Japanese: 5 Morisawa fonts (no Heisei fonts) - Chinese: 2 fonts for Simplified Chinese, 1 font for Traditional Chinese - Korean: 1 font for Korean...
  • Page 379 Paper handling Specification Paper Input Maximum paper capac- Paper feed technology Paper weight Paper size Media Features Standard paper trays Specification Paper trays Value Standard: 4 paper trays and bypass tray Options: Single-tray paper input modules: POD Deck Lite-A1 Paper Deck Unit-A1 Multi-tray paper input module: Multi-Drawer Paper Deck-A1 9300 sheets...
  • Page 380 Specifications Specification Features Paper module (Multi-Drawer Paper Deck-A1) Specification Description Paper trays Maximum paper capac- Paper sizes Paper weight Dimensions unit (W x D x H) Weight unit Power consumption Features Power requirement Bulk paper module - POD Deck Lite-A1 Specification Description Paper trays...
  • Page 381 Specification Paper feed technology Dimensions unit (W x D x H) Weight unit Power consumption Power requirement Bulk paper module - Paper Deck Unit-A1 Specification Description Paper trays Paper sizes Paper weight Paper feed technology Dimensions unit (W x D x H) Weight unit Power consumption Power requirement...
  • Page 382 Specifications Specification Paper sizes Paper weight Scan-to-file (optional) Specification Description Resolution (selectable for scan-to-file) Scan speed (with auto- matic document feeder) Destination File format Notes Finisher (Staple Finisher-A1) Specification Description Maximum stapling ca- pacity Chapter 12 - Specifications Value 13" x 19" / 330 x 483 mm, 12 5/8" x 17 11/16" (320 x 450 mm (SRA3), 12"...
  • Page 383 Specification Maximum stacking ca- pacity Output capacity (in sheets) Paper weight Paper size Dimensions unit (W x D x H) Weight unit Power requirement Power Consumption Features Stacker/stapler (Booklet Finisher-A1) Specification Description Maximum sad- dle-stitch ca- pacity Value 4250 sheets Top tray 1500 LTRR...
  • Page 384 Specifications Specification Output capaci- Paper weight Paper size Dimensions unit (W x D x Weight unit Power require- ment Power Con- sumption Trim unit (Inner Booklet Trimmer-A1) Specification Description Trim width Paper weight Paper size Power require- ment Power Con- sumption Option for Chapter 12 - Specifications...
  • Page 385 Punch unit (Puncher Unit-BG1 (2/4 holes), Puncher Unit-BH1 (4 holes, Sweden)) Specification Description Paper weight Paper size Power require- ment Power Con- sumption Option for Notice for Puncher Unit-BG1/BH1 The Puncher Unit-BG1/BH1 is not available for US region. Punch unit US (Puncher Unit-BF1 (2/3 holes US)) Specification Description Paper weight...
  • Page 386 Specifications Inserter (Document Insertion Unit-H1) Specification Description Capacity Paper weight Paper size Media Dimensions (WxDxH) Weight Power require- ment Power Con- sumption Folder (Paper Folding Unit-G1) Specification Description Chapter 12 - Specifications Value Optional sheet and cover insertion unit 2 x 200 sheets (80 g/m² / 20 lb bond) 52–300 g/m²...
  • Page 387 Specification Folding out- put and out- put capacity Paper weight Paper size Dimensions (WxDxH) Weight Power require- ment Power Con- sumption Puncher (Professional Puncher-C1; Professional Puncher Integration Unit-B1) Specification Description Paper weight Paper size Value Output to folding unit output tray: •...
  • Page 388 Specifications Specification Punch waste tray capacity Dimensions (WxDxH) Weight Power require- ment Power Con- sumption Replaceable A4 die sets for Professional Puncher-B1 Specification Replaceable punch die sets (A4/LTR) Paper weight Life time Chapter 12 - Specifications Value Varies by die set type. Max.
  • Page 389 Copy tray Specification Description Paper weight Paper size Tray capacity Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight Value Output tray for straight output stacking only; no offset stacking As defined for main engine As defined for main engine 1-sided printed output: 50 sheets (80 gsm/22 lb Bond) 2-sided printed output: 100 sheets (80 gsm/22 lb Bond) 420 ×...
  • Page 390 Specifications Chapter 12 - Specifications...
  • Page 391: Chapter 13 Third Party Software

    Chapter 13 Third party software...
  • Page 392: Third Party Software

    Third Party Software Third Party Software This Canon product (the “PRODUCT”) includes third-party software modules. Use and distribution of these software modules (the “SOFTWARE”) are subject to the conditions below. (1) You agree that you will comply with any applicable export control laws, restrictions or regulations of the countries involved in the event that this product including the SOFTWARE is shipped, transferred or exported into any country.
  • Page 393 PARTY SOFTWARE AS DELIVERED WITH THE PRODUCT AND ALL UPDAT- ED VERSIONS OF THE THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE PROVIDED UNDER MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS OR OTHER SERVICE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE PRODUCT WITH CANON USA OR CANON CANADA OR THEIR RE- SPECTIVE AUTHORIZED SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS. Chapter 13 - Third party software...
  • Page 394: The Software Subjected To The Other Conditions

    If you need source code for the following software, send your request by email in English or Japanese to: <oipossg@canon.co.jp>. The request must identify the software name and applicable license. See the table of software and respective license terms below for more detail and correspond- ing license conditions.
  • Page 395 Table of Software Names of Software Device Driver for Marvell Yukon Linux lvm2 ALSA Library cairo Direct FB glib glibc GTK+ pango (except OpenTypeCode) OSGi Release 4 TrouSerS The Software Subjected to the Other Conditions License - Terms and Conditions of the License GNU General Public License Version 2 ->...
  • Page 396: The Apache Software License, Version 1.1

    The Apache Software License, Version 1.1 The Apache Software License, Version 1.1 This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/) and is subject to the following terms and conditions. Copyright (c) 2001 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1.
  • Page 397: Bouncy Castle License

    Bouncy Castle License Bouncy Castle License COPYRIGHT INFORMATION Copyright (c) 2000 The Legion Of The Bouncy Castle (http://www.bouncycastle.org) Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without re- striction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so,subject to the following conditions:...
  • Page 398: Dump/restore

    dump/restore dump/restore * Ported to Linux's Second Extended File System as part of the * dump and restore backup suit * Remy Card <card@Linux.EU.Org>, 1994-1997 * Stelian Pop <stelian@popies.net>, 1999-2000 * Stelian Pop <stelian@popies.net> - Alc?e <www.alcove.com>, 2000-2002 * Copyright (c) 1980, 1993 * The Regents of the University of California.
  • Page 399 dump/restore * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSI- BILITY OF * SUCH DAMAGE. Chapter 13 - Third party software...
  • Page 400: Mit License

    MIT License MIT License Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd and Clark Cooper Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Expat maintainers. Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without re- striction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom...
  • Page 401: Fontconfig

    fontconfig fontconfig Copyright © 2001,2003 Keith Packard Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation, and that the name of Keith Packard not be used in adver- tising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the software without specific, written prior permission.
  • Page 402: The Freetype Project License

    The FreeType Project LICENSE The FreeType Project LICENSE ---------------------------- 2006-Jan-27 Copyright 1996-2002, 2006 by David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg Introduction ============ The FreeType Project is distributed in several archive packages; some of them may contain, in addition to the FreeType font engine, various tools and contributions which rely on, or relate to, the FreeType Project.
  • Page 403 Legal Terms =========== 0. Definitions -------------- Throughout this license, the terms `package', `FreeType Project', and `FreeType archive' refer to the set of files originally distributed by the authors (David Turner, Robert Wil- helm, and Werner Lemberg) as the `FreeType Project', be they named as alpha, beta or final release.
  • Page 404 The FreeType Project LICENSE • Redistribution in binary form must provide a disclaimer that states that the software is based in part of the work of the FreeType Team, in the distribution documentation. We also encourage you to put an URL to the FreeType web page in your documenta- tion, though this isn't mandatory.
  • Page 405: J2me

    J2ME a. Restriction. Software is confidential copyrighted information of Canon and title to all copies is retained by Canon and/or its licensors. Software shall not be modified, decom- piled, disassembled, decrypted, extracted, or otherwise reverse engineered. Software may not be leased, assigned, or sublicensed, in whole or in part.
  • Page 406: Libpng

    libpng libpng * If you modify libpng you may insert additional notices immediately following * this sentence. * libpng versions 1.0.7, July 1, 2000, through 1.2.5, October 3, 2002, are * Copyright (c) 2000-2002 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are * distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-1.0.6 * with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors * Simon-Pierre Cadieux * Eric S.
  • Page 407 libpng * libpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are * Copyright (c) 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc. * For the purposes of this copyright and license, "Contributing Authors" * is defined as the following set of individuals: * Andreas Dilger * Dave Martindale * Guy Eric Schalnat...
  • Page 408: Adobe Flash Player (in Netfront)

    Terms and conditions for use of the Software: • You may use the Software only on the Canon product specified when acquiring a Li- cense Access Number (hereinafter referred to as the "Hardware"), and you may not use the Software on any device other than the Hardware. The Software may not be shared, installed, or used concurrently on different computers.
  • Page 409 Adobe Flash Player (in NetFront) Except when required by an applicable law, Canon or its licensors disclaim all warranties and representations, whether expressed, implied, or otherwise, including the warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Also, there is no warranty of non- infringement.
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    The BSD License The BSD License Various copyrights apply to this package, listed in various separate parts below. Please make sure that you read all the parts. Up until 2001, the project was based at UC Davis, and the first part covers all code written during this time. From 2001 onwards, the project has been based at SourceForge, and Networks Associates Technology, Inc hold the copyright on behalf of the wider Net-SNMP community, covering all derivative work done since then.
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  • Page 446 Index 1- or 2-sided Copy job ...177 Original setting ...174 Print job ...105 Scan job ...218 1-Sided printing 1-Sided printing ...159 2-Sided printing 2-Sided printing ...159 Access other functions during copy job or scan job Access other functions during copy job or scan job ...203 Automated workflow ...333...
  • Page 447 Calibration 1. Shading correction ...362 2. Auto gradation adjustment 3. Media family calibration ...366 Introduction ...361 Calibration curve Calibration curve ...368 cartridge toner ...235 Change Alignment ...163 Binding edge ...160 Check first set ...152 Finishing method ...168 Image shift ...164 Margin Shift ...164 Media...
  • Page 448 Copy function About ...170 Copy job 1- or 2-sided ...177 Adjust image ...187 Align ...182 Automated settings ...172 Background suppression ...176 Binding ...191 Binding edge ...178 Color/black and white ...188 Covers ...179 Destination ...192 Folding ...190 Job name ...192 Job settings ...172 Layout ...180...
  • Page 449 Double parallel fold Double parallel fold ...52 Drum Cleaning ...355 Duplex Color Image Reader Unit-A1 Cleaning ...347–348 Edit Automated workflow ...334 Envelopes Envelopes ...278 Error diffusion Error diffusion ...366 Feeder Feeder ...23 Cleaning ...348 File type Scan job ...221 Fine Fine ...366 Finishing method...
  • Page 450 Print job ...104 Job status Job status ...87 Job status icons Job status icons ...87 Job ticket Job ticket ...124 Jobs view Overview ...87 Jobs with available media Jobs with available media ...131 Jobs with label Jobs with label ...131 JPEG JPEG ...214...
  • Page 451 Scan to file ...227 Non-standard size originals Non-standard size originals ...209 Normal Normal ...366 Number of sets Number of sets ...151 Copy job ...192 Print job ...116 Océ PRISMAprepare Concept ...60 Offset stacking Offset stacking ...166 Changes in the Properties window Every N sets ...166 Types...
  • Page 452 Output location ...166 Print order ...166 Rotation ...166 Sheet order ...166 Sheet orientation ...166 Sort by page ...166 Sort by set ...166 Print immediately Print immediately ...119 Print job 1- or 2-sided ...105 Align ...108 Binding ...115 Binding edge ...106 Covers ...107 Folding...
  • Page 453 Scan function About ...214 Scan job 1- or 2-sided ...218 Adjust image ...225 Align ...223 Automated settings ...216 Background suppression ...220 Black and white ...226 Color ...226 Combined job ...229 File type ...221 Grayscale ...226 Margin erase ...224 Media size ...222 Original type ...219...
  • Page 454 Staples Copy job ...191 Print job ...115 Stop behavior Stop after a job ...126 Stop after a set ...126 Stop the printer After a job ...126 After a page ...126 After a set ...126 Automatically ...126 Manually ...126 Subnet mask Subnet mask ...328 Subsets...
  • Page 455 Print job ...132 Save a file to another location Use a custom template Use a custom template ...207 Version of printer software Version of printer software ...328 View Maintenance view ...344 Warning time Change ...324 Disable ...325 Enable ...325 Waste toner container Waste toner container ...299 Wire cleaning...
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