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Xerox Production Services Platform Series
DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide
701P38839
DocuSP 3.6
August, 2002

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  • Page 1 Xerox Production Services Platform Series DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide 701P38839 DocuSP 3.6 August, 2002...
  • Page 2 CORPORATION. All non-Xerox brands and product names are trademarks of their respective companies. Other company trademarks are also acknowledged. While the information in this Guide is correct at the time of publication, Xerox reserved the right at any time to change the information without notice. Changes are made periodically to this document.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    DOCUTECH 61XX INSTALLATION PLANNING GUIDE Contents DocuTech system components DocuSP controller hardware specifications DocuSP software Client workstations and operating system software Supported hardware and operating systems Client networking software Xerox responsibilities Site Selection Installation Training Service Customer responsibilities Site personnel Site selection and preparation...
  • Page 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS 4. Select and prepare an installation site Space requirements Delivery access requirements Electrical requirements Network and telephone requirements Before scheduling delivery of the DocuTech system After scheduling delivery On the day of delivery and installation After installation of the DocuTech system Module dimensions and weight Room dimensions required for a single DocuTech installation Single DocuTech system without an Interposer...
  • Page 5 Environmental requirements Heat management Heat management worksheets Heat management alternatives Ordering supplies for the installation 5. Installation Installation process DOCUTECH 61XX INSTALLATION PLANNING GUIDE Network protocols Telephone requirements Customer support Modem Temperature, humidity, and altitude specifications Heat produced by selected components and systems Heat production of selected systems Heat management process Gather existing room characteristics...
  • Page 6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Your responsibilities 6. Maintenance and support services Xerox support services Routine maintenance Meter reading and reporting Consumable supplies table Customer support Operator training Supplies service DOCUTECH 61XX INSTALLATION PLANNING GUIDE...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    This Xerox Document Services Platform Series DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide contains information on preparing for the delivery and installation of the Xerox DocuTech 6100, 6115, 6135, 6155, or 6180 printer. About this guide This Xerox Document Services Platform Series DocuTech 61xx...
  • Page 8: Customer Support

    • Chapter 4, "Installation," describes the activities that you and your Xerox representative perform during the installation of the DocuTech 61xx system. • Chapter 5, "Maintenance," provides descriptions and...
  • Page 9: Overview

    Workstation, and Apple Macintosh users to print PostScript (Levels 1, 2, and 3), HP PCL 5e, ASCII, PDF (1.4 version), and TIFF images on a high-speed Xerox printer. The DocuSP controller supports job submission transported over the network using TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, Socket TCP/IP, or EtherTalk protocol running on an Ethernet local area network (LAN).
  • Page 10: Docusp Controller Hardware Specifications

    Overview DocuSP controller hardware specifications DocuSP controller hardware consists of the following components and features: • Monitor: either – 21-inch (533mm) color monitor – 17-inch flat panel Viewsonic • Cartridge tape drive (optional) – 8GB, 4mm cartridge tape drive • Modem –...
  • Page 11: Docusp Software

    DocuSP software DocuSP software, provided on CD ROM, is installed by Xerox personnel after the hardware components are in place and properly connected. The following is a summary of major software components installed on the DocuSP controller: •...
  • Page 12: Client Workstations And Operating System Software

    Xerox client software, third-party TCP/IP or IPX/ SPX network software must be loaded on each client workstation before the workstation can submit jobs to the printer. The Xerox Production Print Services client software enables job submission to the DocuSP controller.
  • Page 13: Client Networking Software

    Apple Macintosh, System 8.6 or higher with EtherTalk phase NOTE: DocuSP software may be compatible with workstation models and software versions other than those listed above. Refer to the Xerox Production Print Services documentation for more information. Client networking software...
  • Page 14 Overview DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...
  • Page 15: Planning For The Installation

    DocuTech 61xx printer. Installation planning responsibilities This section describes your responsibilities and the responsibilities Xerox has to you. You will see that some areas overlap and are joint responsibilities. Xerox responsibilities Your Xerox representative’s responsibilities prior to, during, and...
  • Page 16: Customer Responsibilities

    DocuTech printer as client platforms. Applications Work with your Xerox systems analyst to determine requirements for initial applications. Installation planning tasks To aid you in installation planning, this section provides a list, describing tasks you and your Xerox representative must complete in the weeks before scheduling installation.
  • Page 17: Before Scheduling Delivery Of The Docutech System

    Select a location for the DocuTech system. • Prepare the site: – Install any required electrical service. Order Xerox – Install any required Ethernet hardware. – Complete the heat management worksheets included in – Reserve a network address and hostname for each •...
  • Page 18: On The Day Of Delivery And Installation

    Ensure that all supplies required during the installation are available. • Ensure that a system administrator for your network is available to work with the Xerox personnel performing the installation. • Ensure that the completed Installation Worksheets from the Getting Ready for the DocuSP Installation guide are available for the Xerox personnel performing the installation.
  • Page 19: Select And Prepare An Installation Site

    DocuTech printers. Module dimensions and weight The physical dimensions of the DocuTech printers are shown in the tables below. Table 4-1. Physical dimensions for the DocuTech 6100, 6115, and 6135 Dimension Without an Interposer Width 133 inches (338 cm)
  • Page 20: Room Dimensions Required For A Single Docutech Installation

    Select and prepare an installation site Table 4-1. Physical dimensions for the DocuTech 6100, 6115, and 6135 Total space Refer to the following footprint requirement diagrams Table 4-2. Physical dimensions for the DocuTech 6155 Dimension Width Depth Height Weight DocuSP Controller Stand...
  • Page 21: Single Docutech System With An Interposer

    Select and prepare an installation site Single DocuTech system with an Interposer When installing a single DocuTech system with the optional Interposer module, the clearance space shown in the following diagram must be maintained. DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...
  • Page 22: Room Dimensions Required For Multiple Docutech Installation

    Instead of 50 inches (1270 mm) in front of each printer, a shared space of 70 inches (1778 mm) is maintained for operator/service space. • The space can only be shared with another Xerox printer. • There must be 78 inches (1980 mm) of vertical clearance throughout the entire area.
  • Page 23 Select and prepare an installation site DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...
  • Page 24: Back To Back

    Select and prepare an installation site Back to back The following figure illustrates the minimum required clearance space when two DocuTech systems are installed in a back-to- back orientation. In this configuration, the shared operator/ service space is 50 inches (1270 mm). DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...
  • Page 25: Mobility Assist Device

    Mobility assist device The optional mobility assist device is a rail system that enables a Xerox service representative to move the printer along its long axis during service. This reduces the installation clearance required to 30 inches (76 cm) at the processor end of the printer and 15 inches (38 cm) at the finisher end, reducing the required width of the room to 225 inches (5715 cm).
  • Page 26: Required Passage And Doorway Width

    Select and prepare an installation site You need to review these issues prior to, or at the time of, the site inspection conducted by your Xerox service representative. Required passage and doorway width Although the passageways may be wide enough to allow the modules to pass through, do not overlook the width of any doorways that must be used when delivering the equipment.
  • Page 27: Electrical Requirements

    Electrical requirements This section describes the electrical requirements for installing one or more DocuTech printers. When selecting a location for the printer, the electrical requirements described in this section must be met. DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide Select and prepare an installation site...
  • Page 28: Electrical Requirements For 60 Hertz Systems

    Line to neutral: 120V (nominal); range 107 VAC to 127 VAC • Line to neutral: 240V (nominal); range 205 VAC to 254 VAC The following kit is available through your Xerox representative: 600S3779: for the 50 amp receptacle kit. Required electrical service The following electrical service options are available: •...
  • Page 29: Optional Electrical Service

    If the system includes an optional Interposer module, a separate 120 VAC, 3 wire, 15 amp electrical service is required. The following kit must be ordered through your Xerox representative: - 600S3704: for the 15 amp receptacle kit. Electrical requirements for 50 hertz printers This section describes the electrical requirements for 50 hertz systems.
  • Page 30: Power Cable Locations

    Single power cable configuration (50 Hz, 60 Hz) • 50 amp cable: the printer 50 amp cable is located at the rear of the printer at the left, or processor, end of the printer. • 15 amp cable: the 15 amp Sun controller cable is located at the rear of the Sun controller.
  • Page 31: Power Cable Lengths

    Power cable lengths Power cables supplied with the DocuTech printer are of sufficient length to meet the needs of most installations. Some of these cables are specific lengths to conform to engineering and safety standards. WARNING: Using an inappropriate alternate cable may degrade the performance of your equipment and can be hazardous.
  • Page 32: Network Hardware

    If you plan to use the IPX/SPX protocol, you must have a Novell server installed on your network. Telephone requirements One telephone line is recommended where the DocuTech printer is installed. Customer support There will be times when the operator or administrator will need to read the screen information from the DocuSP controller dialogs to the customer support personnel.
  • Page 33: Environmental Requirements

    This section describes the environmental requirements for installing one or more DocuTech printers. Temperature, humidity, and altitude specifications When you select a site location for your DocuTech printer, avoid environments with extreme variations in temperature and other hazards, such as excessive dust or humidity.
  • Page 34: Heat Management

    Heat production of selected systems The following table lists the heat output (BTU per hr.) for the Xerox 9900, 5090, 9700, and 9500 copiers, and for the Eastman Kodak 235, 250, and 300 copiers. 4-16...
  • Page 35: Heat Management Process

    Use the following table to find the appropriate system and venting configuration in the column labeled: Replaced system. Read across that row to find the Heat output for that system. Record this value on the Heat Management Worksheet. Replaced system 9900 Vented 9900 Unvented 5090 Vented...
  • Page 36: Heat Management Worksheets

    Select and prepare an installation site • 3. Complete the heat management worksheets. 4. Is the temperature acceptable? • • 5. Determine if reserve cooling capacity exists. • • Heat management worksheets The worksheets in this section are used to calculate the potential change in room temperature resulting from the installation of a DocuTech system.
  • Page 37: Calculate The Change In Heat Load

    Calculate the change in heat load Use the following table to calculate the change in heat load to the room. Proceed to the next section to calculate the resulting change in room temperature. 4. Heat output from the system in run mode in BTU per hr. NOTE: Identify the appropriate heat output for the system from the table Heat dissipation for the DocuTech printers and devices.
  • Page 38 Select and prepare an installation site Table 4-10. Calculate the room temperature 8a. The figure “Room temperature change (system replaced)” is used to estimate the change in room temperature when the DocuTech is added to a room. The figure is used to locate the appropriate change in room BTU per hr.
  • Page 39 Select and prepare an installation site Figure 4-2. Room temperature change (system replaced) DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide 4-21...
  • Page 40 Select and prepare an installation site Figure 4-3. Room temperature change (no system removed or replacement exceeds 16,000 BTUs) 4-22 DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...
  • Page 41: Heat Management Alternatives

    Figure 4-4. ExaCFM capacity required to maintain present room temperature Heat management alternatives The change in room temperature that was determined from the Heat Management Worksheets can be eliminated or reduced to an acceptable level by employing one or a combination of heat management alternatives.
  • Page 42: Explore The Reserved Building Capacity

    Select and prepare an installation site Explore the reserved building capacity Consult the site HVAC engineer or contractor to determine if the added heat load can be managed by means of reserved cooling capacity available from the building source. This could be a change in the rate of incoming air or a reduction in the incoming air temperature.
  • Page 43: Heat Vent Kits

    NOTE: Heat vent kits are available for the DocuTech printer. When using the heat output values with the vent kits, remember that a minimum airflow of 200 CFMs is assumed. At the time of installation of a heat vent kit, it is recommended that the site HVAC engineer or contractor verify the minimum airflow.
  • Page 44: Ordering Supplies For The Installation

    You can use standard white, colored, pre-drilled, and preprinted (letterhead and forms) paper, labels, and transparencies. The stock you use must meet the specifications set forth by Xerox for operability in the printer. For additional information about paper specifications, refer to the Xerox Document Services Platform Series DocuTech 61xx Operator Guide.
  • Page 45: Storing Paper

    You should keep at least one extra cartridge on hand at all times. The disposable cartridges are easily changed with no mess. The consumption rate of Xerox dry ink is approximately one cartridge per 45,000 pages. Use only dry ink that is specified for use in the DocuTech printer as described in the consumable supplies table.
  • Page 46: Fuser Agent

    Xerox developer is guaranteed by Xerox for 500,000 pages of 8.5 x 11 inches (216 x 279 mm or A4) stock. Developer is also a required item you need to order and keep on hand.
  • Page 47: Binder Tape

    Binder tape is available in six colors. One reel of binder tape yields approximately 425 binds. Use only binder tape that is specified for use in the DocuTech printer as described in the consumable supplies table. 4mm cartridge tape The 4mm cartridge tape drive uses 8GB capacity (120 meter) DDS-2 tapes.
  • Page 48 Select and prepare an installation site 4-30 DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...
  • Page 49: Installation

    3. Xerox personnel install Xerox client software on one client workstation to validate the installation (15 minutes). All other client software installations are your responsibility. 4. Xerox personnel test the system and run sample jobs (30 minutes). 5. Xerox personnel conduct initial operations training (1 to 2 hours).
  • Page 50: Your Responsibilities

    7. Xerox personnel review preventive maintenance schedules and service call procedures. Your responsibilities Xerox is responsible for the physical installation of the printer and DocuSP controller hardware and software components. You have the general site responsibility of ensuring that the right personnel, supplies, and network information are available.
  • Page 51: Maintenance And Support Services

    After the installation of your DocuTech printer, there are a few ongoing tasks that must be performed. These tasks may include all or some of the following: • Maintaining an adequate inventory of consumable supplies • Overseeing routine maintenance and meter reporting •...
  • Page 52: Customer Support

    – Changes made to the software – Recent service performed – Pervious conditions under which the application has To contact the U.S. Xerox Customer Support Center, call: 1-800- 821-2797. The Xerox Customer Support Center provides 24 hour support. Operator training...
  • Page 53: Supplies Service

    These items include paper, dry ink, fuser agent, and developer. Once your printer volume is established, planning ahead and buying Xerox supplies in quantity can save you money. Your supply specialists can help you. NOTE: The supplies resources listed below are for the United States only.
  • Page 54: Routine Maintenance

    Meter reading and reporting As print jobs are processed, the DocuSP controller accumulates, saves, and maintains usage data. an invoice, you need to provide the purchase order number to Xerox at the time you place the order DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...
  • Page 55: Consumable Supplies Table

    Consumable supplies table The following table lists the supplies that are available from Xerox for your printer. Use this table to help you determine your needs. The following symbols are used in the table: * 5/16-inch drilled holes...
  • Page 56 Maintenance and support services Item 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 11 inch...
  • Page 57 Packaged 2 bottles per carton. Developer effective life is dependent upon the number of charged images printed and the size of the stock. Xerox developer is guaranteed by Xerox for 500,000 pages of 8.5 x 11 inches (216 x 279 mm or A4) stock.
  • Page 58 Maintenance and support services Item Stitcher wire Binder tape Cleaning supplies Cartridge tape Diskettes Use the following table to help record the supplies and accessories you require, the date on which the order should be placed, and the actual date of the order. Table 6-2.
  • Page 59 Maintenance and support services Table 6-2. Supplies checklist Item Description Quantity Date of order Date ordered Stitcher wire Labels Transparencies Cleaning supplies Other DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...
  • Page 60 Maintenance and support services 6-10 DocuTech 61xx Installation Planning Guide...

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