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  • Page 1 User Manual...
  • Page 3 This user manual describe two machine types of the same series—the Crystal 650 and the Crystal 660. For simpler orientation, the user manual is divided into two sections. In the Machine Functions section you will find the functions that can be operated directly on...
  • Page 4 SAGEM products. SAGEM CRYSTAL® is a registered trademark of SAGEM SA and CRYSTAL 650/660™ are trademarks of SAGEM SA. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Apple® and Macintosh® are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Description of the Multifunction Machine ....8 Panel with Display—Crystal 650 ......9 Panel with Display—Crystal 660 .
  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions In order to avoid possible dangers, damage or malfunc- tions, please heed the following safety instructions for the setup and operation of your fax machine. Setup Location ¿ The multifunction machine should rest stably and securely on a flat, smooth and vibration-free sur- face.
  • Page 7 Handling and Maintenance ¿ Never attempt to perform repairs on the machine yourself. Improper maintenance can result in ma- chine damage, fire or electrical shock (see Appendix / Warranty). Only have your device repaired by an au- thorised service centre. ¿...
  • Page 8: Machine Functions

    USB port for the PC * WLAN and Bluetooth are optional and function only with an original adapter available through our order service (see back page of this user manual). More information: Front USB port for Side paper Paper tray...
  • Page 9: Panel With Display-Crystal 650

    Panel with Display—Crystal 650 Symbols on the two-line display Fax resolution: For finely printed texts and drawings F For photos For texts and drawings COL Send colour faxes Completely silent ring settings (even devices con- . socket do not ring...
  • Page 10: Panel With Display-Crystal 660

    Panel with Display—Crystal 660 K Create colour copy; start photo printing Á Transfer scan to PC X Cancel current jobs; return to the starting mode K Create black-and-white copy; start photo printing v If this indicator light is blinking, please read the information on the display µ...
  • Page 11 Symbols on the eight-line display Fax resolution: For texts and drawings For finely printed texts and drawing For photos COL Send colour faxes Calls received while away (with caller ID (CLIP)) W Received SMS/MMS messages* Completely silent ring settings (even devices con- nected to the EXT socket do not ring) S/M/U Selected mode (day/night)
  • Page 12: Installation

    1. 1. Installation Package Contents The following parts are included in the package: ² If a part is missing that is not one of the coun- try-specific items or if parts are damaged, please contact your retailer or our customer serv- ice (see back side of this user manual).
  • Page 13 Loading Paper Use only undamaged paper that is suitable for use with inkjet printers. ² Do not use any paper lighter than 75 g/m ensure good printing quality. Separate the paper sheets by fanning them out, then align them by tapping edge of the stack lightly against a flat surface.
  • Page 14: Loading Documents

    Lay the photo paper in the paper tray with the coated side (= glossy side) facing down and the short side out, inserting it until it reaches the stop. Also enclose 10×15 paper with the tab on the front paper guide. ²...
  • Page 15: Positioning Printing Media And Documents

    Open the scanner cover. Lay the document onto the scanner glass with the written side down. Align the document with the rear left corner of the scanner glass (arrow marks). The markings on the scanner border for the A4 and A5 formats will help you to position the document correctly.
  • Page 16: Connecting The Power Cord

    Fax / Fax Settings or SMS / Changing the SMS Settings). Number Entry (max. 20 digits) Entering numbers with the Crystal 650 Enter your telephone number using the number keypad, then press OK. You can enter special characters with the 0 button. Hold the button until the desired...
  • Page 17: Entering The Dateand Time

    Entering the Date and Time When the multifunction machine is in the starting mode, the date and time are shown on the display. Æ Note the order for entering the date and time: day—month—year—hour—minute digits). Enter the date and time with the number keypad and confirm the entry with OK (e.g.
  • Page 18: Aligning Cartridges

    Close the holder. You will hear a click when the cover of the holder snaps into place. Close the machine Æ If the error message CHANGE CARTRIDGE POSITIONS appears on the display, you have inserted the cartridges incorrectly. Open the machine and insert the cartridges correctly (see steps 1 to 6).
  • Page 19 You can connect additional devices to separate sockets on the same line even if they are in different rooms. For all other countries DSL Connection In the event that you use a DSL modem: Connect the multifunction machine after the modem! For addi- tional information, please consult the user manual of your DSL system.
  • Page 20: Settings

    2. 2. Settings Press MENU/OK and 29. You will receive a print- out of the menu functions of your machine; an ad- ditional sheet provides information about the current settings. There are two ways to access functions in the menu: ²...
  • Page 21: Calling Line Identification (Clip)

    ² With this setting, it is not necessary to enter the outside line access code when you dial an external number. The machine will automatically add the outside line access code in front of num- bers that are longer than the configured direct dial numbers.
  • Page 22: Crystal Image Μ

    The red eye reduction retouches “red eyes” in flash photographs. * Bluetooth is optional and functions only with an original adapter available through our order service (see back page of this user manual). More information: Infrared-interface—Crystal 660 Activating Crystal Image At the start of the print or copy job press the µ...
  • Page 23: Copier K

    Copier K With your multifunction machine, you can create high quality colour and black-and-white copies on various paper types and formats. You can either copy automati- cally—in other words, using the factory settings—or you can use custom settings. ² Use the image and text enhancement function Crystal Image to create quality copies in col- our or black-and-white.
  • Page 24: Changing The Copy Settings

    10 Use / to select whether you want to copy onto normal or coated paper, photo paper or a transpar- ency. Confirm with OK. ² The printing result also depends on the print- ing medium used. Use appropriate paper to achieve the best results.
  • Page 25: Photo Printer

    Lower Right 4×6 * Bluetooth is optional and functions only with an original adapter available through our order service (see back page of this user manual). More information: Infrared-interface—Crystal 660 DCF (Design Rule for Camera File System) compatible (Ver- sion 1.0)
  • Page 26 Æ Read the user manual of your memory card carefully to ensure proper use and to learn about the capabilities and requirements. For the Memory Stick Duo (Pro), you need an adapter (generally included with the memory card). Instruction on the Use of Memory Cards ¿...
  • Page 27: Reading Image Files

    / to select Photo menu and confirming with OK. * Bluetooth is optional and function only with an original adapter available through our order service (see back page of this user manual). More information: 10×15 cm...
  • Page 28: Printing Image Files From The Photo Menu

    SELECTed—Use / to select one or more photos for printing. The selected photos are marked with an arrow “>” (Crystal 650) or with a coloured border (Crystal 660). Add additional photos with OK. If you would like to delete a photo, load it with / and press OK again;...
  • Page 29: Pictbridge-Directly Printing Files

    For Colour printout with Crystal Image: If you want Crystal Image to implement the red eye re- duction, use / to select reduction and con- firm with OK. ² Red eye reduction is a complex process and can take some time. Confirm the query only when needed.
  • Page 30: Reanalysing Image Files

    For Colour scan with Crystal Image: If you want Crystal Image to implement the red eye reduction, use / to select Reduction and confirm with ² Red eye reduction is a complex process and can take some time. Confirm the query only when needed.
  • Page 31: Telephone Book M

    (con- sisting of multiple entries) in the telephone book. The memory will hold up to 50 entries (Crystal 650) or 200 entries (Crystal 660). If you have installed the included software package and...
  • Page 32: Using The Telephone Book

    Select MENU/OK and 15. Press the speed dialling button (A—I) you would like to replace with a new entry. Press OK. * Speed dialling—Crystal 650 SMS—Crystal 660 (depending on country and network) MMS—Crystal 660 (depending on country and network) Text2Fax—Crystal 660 (depending on country and network) Confirm OVERWRITE with OK.
  • Page 33: Fax Switch

    Fax Switch The active fax switch allows you to use and control addi- tional devices (e.g. external answering machines or tele- phones) that are connected to the same telephone line as your multifunction machine. The fax switch checks whether an incoming call is a fax transmission or a call, independently forwards the call to the respective device and determines the ringing behaviour of the additional devices.
  • Page 34: Using External Telephones (Easylink)

    Manual Fax Reception If you select the option manual in the setting Fax rings (see also Setting SM Modes), faxes are not received automatically. You must start the fax reception manually: press the Y button on your multifunction machine (or *5 on your external telephone). This is useful if you would like to receive your faxes on the PC via an external modem.
  • Page 35: Fax Y

    À after every entry. You can enter up to ten numbers in this way. Speed dialling (Crystal 650): Press the speed dialling button (A—I) to which the telephone number is saved. After entering the telephone number, press the Y button.
  • Page 36: Setting Special Transmission Options

    (m), the redial list (³) or with the corresponding speed dialling button (A—I) (Crystal 650). Press OK. Use the number keypad to enter the time at which the fax should be transmitted (within 24 hours), e.g.
  • Page 37: Clearing The Message Memory

    Receiving Faxes on the PC If you have installed the included software package and connected your machine to a PC, you can configure whether you would like to receive faxes on the PC and/ or on the machine (see section PC Functions / Using Companion Suite IH / Faxing).
  • Page 38: Changing The Fax Settings

    Use / to select one of the following options: simple—The document can be polled a single time. It is then deleted from the memory. Press OK. multiple—The document can be polled from the memory any number of times. Press OK. (Clear the document from the memory to end the polling—see chapter Troubleshooting / Editing Jobs).
  • Page 39: Sms

    SMS » (Crystal 660; depending on country and network) You can send and receive SMS (Short Message Service) messages using your multifunction machine. If you have installed the included software package and connected your machine to a PC, you can also manage SMS messages on the PC (see chapter PC Functions / Using Companion Suite IH / SMS).
  • Page 40: Clearing The Message Memory

    Reading SMS Messages Press » and OK (or MENU/OK and 52). Use / to select the SMS message you would like to read, then press OK. (Unread messages are marked with a star “*”.) Use / to move the cursor through the text. The sender and time of receipt are displayed at the end of the SMS message.
  • Page 41: Changing The Sms Settings

    Press » twice (or MENU/OK, 51 and OK). Enter the text that you would like to send as described under Sending SMS Messages. Press Enter the telephone number of the recipient or se- lect an entry from the telephone book (m). Con- firm with OK.
  • Page 42 Press MENU/OK and 557. Use / to select from the following settings: 6 hours, 1 day, 1 week and MAXIMum. Con- firm with OK. ² Return to the last menu entry with C; return to the starting mode with X. Message Signals You will be informed by a notification tone whenever an SMS message has arrived.
  • Page 43: Mms

    MMS » (Crystal 660; depending on country and network) You can send and receive MMS (Multimedia Message Service) messages with your multifunction machine. As a multimedia extension of SMS, MMS allows you to combine text and images into messages. With the fixed network MMS service, you can send these multimedia messages to lines in the fixed network (analogue devices and ISDN systems) and in mobile networks.
  • Page 44: Receiving Mms Messages

    Reading an Image from the Memory Card Insert the memory card into the corresponding slot on the machine and confirm with OK. A message appears on the display indicating how many image files the machine detected. Then the photo menu opens.
  • Page 45: Clearing The Message Memory

    Reading MMS Messages If an MMS message has arrived, you will receive a noti- fication SMS. You can read the contents of the notifica- tion SMS on the display: Press » and OK (or MENU/OK and 52). Use / to select the desired notification SMS and press OK.
  • Page 46 Automatic MMS Printout Your multifunction machine is preconfigured to auto- matically print out retrieved MMS messages. You can deactivate the automatic printout. Press MENU/OK and 563. Use / to select OFF and confirm with OK. The MMS messages will be stored in the message mem- ory.
  • Page 47: Text2Fax

    Text2Fax » (Crystal 660; depending on country and network) You can enter a text in your multifunction machine and send it to another fax machine as a fax message. Sending Text2Fax Press » (or MENU/OK, 51 and OK). Enter the fax number of the recipient. There are multiple ways to do this: Manual dialling: Enter the fax number of the recipi- ent with the number keypad.
  • Page 48: Troubleshooting

    Trouble- shooting Removing a Paper Jam Æ Never open the paper jam door while the multifunction machine is printing. In the event of a paper jam, an error message ap- pears on the display and the print job is stoped. Press on the catch on the rear side of your machine to open the paper jam door.
  • Page 49: Inserting Photo Cartridge

    contact (see chapter Safety Instructions / Ink Cartridges). Take the ink cartridge out of the packaging, dispose of any packaging material and carefully pull off the protective strip. Æ Please make certain that the protective strip has been completely removed. Be careful not to touch the nozzles or contacts.
  • Page 50: Fixing Printing Problems

    the enclosed Plug’n’Print card (see also Changing Cartridges). The photo cartridge is activated. For optimal printing quality, we recommend rea- ligning the cartridges after each cartridge switch. Confirm the display query ALIGN. NEW with OK. Press the X button if you do not want to realign the cartridges (see also Cleaning and Care / Cleaning and Aligning Cartridges).
  • Page 51: Locking The Machine

    Printing an Job Press MENU/OK and 74. Use / to select the job you would like to print, and press OK. Printing the Job List Press MENU/OK and 75. The machine will print out a list of all pending jobs. ²...
  • Page 52: Service Codes

    Cleaning and Aligning Cartridges If the printing quality declines, the cartridges must be cleaned or realigned. Press MENU/OK and 8211. The cartridges are cleaned. Start the cartridge alignment with MENU/OK and 8212. Your multifunction machine will print out a test page to automatically configure the correct parameter settings for the best possible printing quality.
  • Page 53: Pc Functions

    WLAN is optional and functions only with an original adapter, which you can pur- chase through our order service (see the back page of this user manual). More information: 1. Installing the Driver and Software 1. Installing the Driver and Soft-...
  • Page 54 Before continuing the installation, read the license agreement and accept it with Yes. Windows 2000 · XP users: Your multifunction machine was tested and developed for PHILIPS to guarantee complete compatibility with Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Click on Next to continue with the installation.
  • Page 55 ² Upon installation of all applications, the connectivity by cable connection (USB) is activated by default. You can also connect the multifunction machine wirelessly to the PC or a wireless network (see Installing Individual Ap- plications). Your multifunction machine is detected as a new peripheral device and registered.
  • Page 56 (see the section Networks / Setting Up Wireless Networks (WLAN)). Windows 2000 · XP users: Your multifunction machine was tested and developed for PHILIPS to guarantee complete compatibility with Win- dows 2000 and Windows XP. Cick on Next to continue with the installation.
  • Page 57: Networks

    It functions only with an original adapter, which you can purchase through our order service (see the back page of this user manual). More information: Wireless Networks One refers to a wireless network or WLAN (Wireless...
  • Page 58 Setting Up the Multifunction Machine Insert the WLAN adapter into the side USB port of your machine. ² The wireless adapter of your multifunction machine transmits data via the wireless pro- tocol IEEE 802.11g but can also easily be inte- grated into an existing IEEE 802.11b network.
  • Page 59 Press MENU/OK and 916. Enter the IP ad- dress (for example 192.168.001.×××—the first three sets of numbers are the IP range, these values must match the IP address on your PC. The last three digits determine are the individual IP address of the machine.
  • Page 60: Ompanion Uite Ih

    3. Using C PANION UITE With the selection window Companion – Director, you can use numerous functions of your multifunction machine from the PC. You can access and edit the telephone book of your multifunction machine, scan documents and convert them to the desired file format with the help of the OCR software or send documents and images for printing.
  • Page 61: Faxing

    OMPANION ANAGER You can send both documents saved on the PC as well as scans created on the multifunction machine as faxes * SMS—Crystal 660 (depending on country and network) Speed dialling—Crystal 650 Menubar Toolbar Fax details Fax management folder...
  • Page 62 Click in the toolbar on New, Document, and se- lect Fax. Faxing a scan: Click on Scanner and lay the document with the printed side face down in the flatbed scanner (see also section Machine Func- tions / Installation / Loading Documents). Faxing/forwarding a PC document (file for- mats: *.tif (*.tiff);...
  • Page 63: Sms

    transmission reports and journals on the PC. Mul- tiple selection is possible. In the Fax-Parameters window, you can configure custom settings for PC fax transmission. ² We recommend checking the fax parameters when problems arise during fax transmis- sion (see section Machine Functions / Fax / Changing the Fax Settings).
  • Page 64: Printing

    ² Select an entry in the recipient list and click or < to remove a subscriber from the list. Click on if you would like to send your SMS at a later time or assign it a priority. Click on ;...
  • Page 65: Scanning Á

    Editing Printing Settings Click on Properties to edit the printing settings. The Crystal Printer window appears. Under Quality/Copies you can select the desired pa- per type and printing speed and define the number of copies. Under Paper Setup you can select the desired paper format and the orientation of the paper.
  • Page 66 Variant 1—S Open the Scan To window on the PC screen by pressing Á on the multifunction machine. The scanning process is started. If you have installed the program Paper Port, the doc- ument is scanned and assigned to the application Paper Port by default.
  • Page 67: Displaying The Ink Level

    We constantly strive to implement improvements and innovations. With Com- panion Suite IH you can perform a firmware update. Check our homepage for information on the current firmware version avail- able for your multifunction machine.
  • Page 68 Click on Version information to see the current firmware version of the machine. ² With menu function 83 you can check the firmware version directly on the machine. Press MENU/OK and 83. Enter the following code using the number pad: 704100. The display shows the current firmware version.
  • Page 69: Uninstalling The Driver And Software

    4. Uninstalling the Driver and Software Uninstalling with the CD- Close all open programs and applications before begin- ning the removal process. Place the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your PC. (If the program does not start, locate your CD-ROM drive in Windows Explorer and double-click on the program Setup.exe.) In the Companion Suite IH start window, click on the button Uninstall Products and click on...
  • Page 70 After removal of the device driver and the soft- ware, you must restart your PC. Disconnect the multifunction machine from the PC before re- starting. Click on Finish. Do not remove the CD- ROM from the CD-ROM drive until after the re- start.
  • Page 71: Appendix

    Appendix Glossary Access Point: Central access point in a WLAN. All network devices must reg- ister themselves with the access point to be able to communicate with other devices in the network. All devices send the data to the access point, which dis- tributes the data within the network.
  • Page 72 standard. Group 4 fax machines are digital devices that function exclusively on ISDN systems. They have a maxi- mum transfer speed of 64,000 bps. Fax Polling: The option of retrieving documents from another fax machine (active) or making documents avail- able to be retrieved by other fax ma- chines (passive).
  • Page 73: Abbreviations

    Tone Dialling (Dual Tone Multi- Frequency): A dialling process that is used in modern telephone networks. Each number dialled is assigned a spe- cific tone (called DTMF tones). Transmission error reduction: see Transmission Speed: CCITT / ITU has published international standards for the transmission of data over tele- phone lines.
  • Page 74: List Of Functions

    READ ....... . . 40, 45 Read SMS/MMS messages * Speed dialling—Crystal 650 Messaging—Crystal 660 (depending on country and network) Infrared port—Crystal 660...
  • Page 75: Technical Data

    Scanner driver Scanner Type Resolution Scanning speed Scanning area Colour depth Technical specifications subject to change without notice. up to 50 (Crystal 650) up to 200 (Crystal 660) 9 (Crystal 650) PSTN—V.34 33k6—V.34 V.42bis, MNP5 TCP/IP RTC (G3), group 3 T.30...
  • Page 76: Warranty

    (UK Terms and Conditions) ATTENTION At the beginning of April 2002, SAGEM SA bought the PHILIPS fax business unit. SAGEM SA is now the European Number 1 in fax and offers a complete range of fax terminals with Internet access and SMS func- tion, multifunctional terminals and servers covering the needs of all its customers—from home-users to multi-...
  • Page 77: Environment

    Environment Respect of environment is a key objective of SAGEM SA. The SAGEM Group uses environmentally friendly processes to run its operations and has chosen to inte- grate strong environmental constraints in the full life- cycle of its products including manufacturing, product use and end of life.
  • Page 78 Appendix...
  • Page 80 Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Hereby, SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH, declares that this PHILIPS MFP 650 or MFP 660 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other rel- evant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Should you require a copy of the original DoC, please visit our web site.

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