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Kyocera KM-1650 Advanced Operation Manual

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    KM-1650 KM-2050 KM-2550 Advanced Operation Guide...

  • Page 3: Legal Information

    Diablo 630 is a product of Xerox Corporation. IBM Proprinter X24E is a product of International Business Machines Corporation. Epson LQ-850 is a product of Seiko Epson Corporation. Hewlett-Packard, PCL, and PJL are registered trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Company. Centronics is a trade name of Centronics Data Computer Corp.

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    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    This Advanced Operation Guide has the following chapters: • Copy Functions Explains the copier functions available on the machine. • Printer Settings Explains the settings available for the printer functions. • System Settings Explains the general settings available on the machine. •...

  • Page 6: Guides Included

    The Basic Operation Guide contains procedural steps for initial installation and set-up of the machine and connection to a computer. It also includes basic procedures for using the machine as a copier and printer and has a Troubleshooting section. Advanced Operation Guide (this guide) This Advanced Operation Guide contains explanations on copier and printer functions as well as default settings adjusted on the machine.

  • Page 7: Conventions

    Conventions Convention Italic Typeface Bracket Bold Text Typeface Notes Important Caution Warning Measurements ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE This manual uses the following conventions Description Used to emphasise a key word, phrase or message. In addition, references to other publications are displayed in italic typeface. Used to emphasise the selection of a feature mode or key.

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    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Other Printer Settings ........

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    Contents Job Accounting Mode ............4-2 Managing Accounts.

  • Page 11: Copy Functions

    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE 1 Copy Functions This chapter explains how to use the copier functions of the machine. • Original Size ... 1-2 • Original Placement ... 1-4 • Offset Mode... 1-5 • Stapling... 1-6 • Combine Mode ... 1-7 •...

  • Page 12: Original Size

    Original Size Regular Size Other Regular Size Use Original Size to select the size of original being scanned. The selection must match the physical size of the original. The following Original Size options are available: • Regular Size - use to select a standard original size. •...

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    Input Size ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Position the original and press [Original Size]. Press to select Input Size and press [Enter]. Press < or > to select the vertical size required, 2" to 11 " in 1/8" increments (50 to 297 mm in 1 mm increments) can be selected.

  • Page 14: Original Placement

    Original Placement You must specify the orientation of the original when using the following functions: Duplex Copying Split Copying (from 2-sided originals) Margin mode Border Erase mode Combine mode Auto Selection mode (Optional) Stapling (Optional) When the originals are positioned on the Platen: Original When the originals are loaded in the Document Processor: Original...

  • Page 15: Offset Mode

    Offset Mode ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use this mode to change the orientation of the output at the end of each set for easy division. NOTE: If the Document Processor (option) or Finisher (option) is not installed, use this function with Sort copying. The paper sizes that can be used for Offset copying are A4, B5 and 11 ×...

  • Page 16: Stapling

    Stapling Copies can be stapled in the upper left or upper right corner. NOTE: The optional Finisher must be installed. The orientation of originals and the stapling position is shown below. Original Original Position the original and press [Staple]. Press to select the stapling position and press [Enter].

  • Page 17: Combine Mode

    Combine Mode Mode 2 in 1 4 in 1 (Vertical Arrangement) 4 in 1 (Horizontal Arrangement) ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE The images from either 2 or 4 originals can be reduced and combined onto a single copy. The Border Line of each original can also be marked with a solid or dotted line.

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    2 in 1 Using the Platen Using the Document Processor The following illustrations indicate how the orientation of the original will affect the resulting copies: Original Original Original Original NOTE: Ensure that the first page of the originals is scanned first. Copy Copy Copy...

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    4 in 1 (Horizontal Arrangement) Using the Platen Using the Document Processor ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE The following illustrations indicate how the orientation of the original will affect the resulting copies: Original Copy Original Original Copy Original NOTE: Ensure that the first page of the originals is scanned first. Copy Copy...

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    4 in 1 (Vertical Arrangement) Using the Platen Using the Document Processor 1-10 The following illustrations indicate how the orientation of the original will affect the resulting copies: Original Original Original Original NOTE: Ensure that the first page of the originals is scanned first. Copy Copy Copy...

  • Page 21: Using Combine Mode

    Borderline Types Borderline type None Solid Dotted Mark or Cropmark Using Combine Mode ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE The following borderline types are available. 2 in 1 Position the original and press [Combine]. Press to select the combine option required and press [Enter]. Press to select the Border Line type and press [Enter].

  • Page 22: Margin Mode

    Margin Mode 1-12 Press [Start]. If using the optional Document Processor, copying completes automatically. If using the platen, a message displays when the next original is required. Position the next original and press [Start]. When all originals have been scanned, press [Enter]. The image of the original can be shifted to make a margin (blank) space at the left or top side of the copy.

  • Page 23: Border Erase Mode

    Border Erase Mode Mode Sheet Erase Book Erase ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Shadows that appear around the edges of copies can be erased. The following modes are available: Use this mode to erase shadows which appear when using sheet originals. You can set the width of the border to be erased from 1/8"...

  • Page 24: Continuous Scan

    Continuous Scan 1-14 Using Continuous Scan, originals can be scanned individually or in blocks but still be processed as a single job. The originals are scanned into the machine’s memory until all the originals have been scanned, copies are then made. Position the first original(s) and press [Function].

  • Page 25: Auto Rotation

    Auto Rotation ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use Auto Rotation to automatically rotate images counterclockwise by 90 degrees, if the orientation of the original is different to the paper loaded in the cassette. NOTE: To enable Auto Rotation as the default setting, refer to Auto Rotation Copy, on page 3-11.

  • Page 26: Ecoprint Mode

    EcoPrint Mode 1-16 Ecoprint mode reduces toner consumption. Use this mode when high quality copies are not necessary, for example, for draft copies. NOTE: The copy exposure will be a little lighter. To set the EcoPrint mode as the default setting, refer to EcoPrint Mode, on page 3-4.

  • Page 27: Auto Selection Mode

    Auto Selection Mode ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE If using the optional Document Processor, Auto Selection mode enables the machine to detect each original size and produce copies on the same size paper as the original. NOTE: The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded in the Document Processor in this mode is 30.

  • Page 28: Program Function

    Program Function Registering a Program Using a Program 1-18 Up to eight combinations of copy modes and functions displayed on the operation panel can be registered as a single program. Select the copy options to be registered (for example 5 copies, Sort, Margin) and press [Program].

  • Page 29: Printer Settings

    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE 2 Printer Settings This section explains how to change settings which are required for the printer functions of the machine. • Status Page ... 2-2 • e-MPS Function... 2-3 • Interface ...2-11 • Emulation ... 2-18 •...

  • Page 30: Status Page

    Status Page The printer default settings, the memory capacity, and other details are printed on the Status Page. Press [Printer]. Press to select MENU and press [Enter]. Press to select Print Status Page and press [Enter]. Press to select Print and press [Enter].

  • Page 31: E-mps Function

    Detail Settings NOTE: To use the e-MPS functions, the optional Hard Disk must be installed. For details on e-MPS, refer to the KX Printer Driver Operation Guide. NOTE: If the RAM Disk Operation (refer to page 2-41) is switched On, the e-MPS function can still be used for Proof-and-hold and Private Print jobs.

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    The user can check the proof, change the number of copies if required and print the remaining sets. NOTE: For information about the printer driver options, refer to the KX Printer Driver Operation Guide. Access e-MPS, refer to Access e-MPS, on page 2-3.

  • Page 33: Private Print/stored Job

    Private Print/Stored Job ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE If Private is selected on the printer driver, the user enters a 4-digit access code prior to sending the job. The job is then held in memory until the user enters the same 4-digit access code to enable the job to print. The data is cleared after printing.

  • Page 34: Virtual Mailbox

    Delete and press [Enter]. Virtual Mailbox is selected from the printer driver and is used to store jobs on the machine. A job will remain in a Virtual Mailbox until the 5-digit access code (set using KM-NET Printer Disk Manager) is entered to enable the job to print.

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    Virtual Mailbox List ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE A list can be printed which shows the current Virtual Mailbox numbers, the data stored in a mailbox, the size of data stored and other information. Display the e-MPS screen, refer to Access e-MPS, on page 2-3. Press to select List of VMB and press [Enter].

  • Page 36: Code Job List

    Code Job List Permanent code jobs in the hard disk can be printed. Display the e-MPS screen, refer to Access e-MPS, on page 2-3. Press to select List of code JOB and press [Enter]. Press to select Print and press [Enter]. The code job list is printed.

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    e-MPS Detail Settings Maximum Number - Quick Copy Jobs Total Capacity - Temporary Code Jobs ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE The e-MPS settings such as the maximum number of documents that can be stored on the hard disk and the capacity assigned to each function, can be changed.

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    Total Capacity - Permanent Code Jobs Total Capacity - Virtual Mailboxes 2-10 Use to set the total capacity for storage of permanent code jobs on the hard disk. Display the e-MPS screen, refer to Access e-MPS, on page 2-3. Press to select e-MPS Configuration and press [Enter].

  • Page 39: Interface

    The printer uses the standard communication method prescribed for Centronics interfaces. This mode enables faster data transmission between the printer and the computer. Select this mode if printing problems occur when the printer is connected to a workstation. Ready...

  • Page 40: Network Setting

    Press to select the transmission/reception mode required and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. To perform network printing, network setup is required. This section describes the tasks required for using the network function. NOTE: Before setting the IP Address, ask your Network Administrator to obtain the address and prepare it.

  • Page 41

    Press to select the frame mode and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Set this option to On if connecting to an Apple Macintosh computer. Display the Interface screen, refer to Access the Interface Screen, on page 2-11.

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    TCP/IP DHCP 2-14 Set this option to On if connecting to a Windows network via TCP/IP. Display the Interface screen, refer to Access the Interface Screen, on page 2-11. Press to select Network and press [Enter]. Press to select TCP/IP and press [Enter].

  • Page 43: Ip Address Setting

    IP Address Setting ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use the following procedure to register an IP Address to the machine. Check with your network administrator before performing this procedure. If you use the following procedure to register the IP Address manually, ensure DHCP is Off and TCP/IP is On. NOTE: Any changes made to network settings become valid after you power the machine off and on again.

  • Page 44: Subnet Mask Setting

    IP Address in steps 8 - 9 of IP Address Setting. Press [Enter] when the entire address has been entered. When you have entered all the network settings, press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. TCP/IP Setting DHCP IP Address...

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    Network press [Enter]. Press to select Network Status Page and press [Enter]. Press to select On or Off and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Interface Back Parallel Network Network Setting TCP/IP EtherTalk Network Status Page...

  • Page 46: Emulation

    You can set the emulation for each interface. Emulation modes that can be used with this machine: PCL6, KC-GL, KDPL, KDPL (AUTO), Line Printer, IBM Proprinter, Diablo 630, EPSON LQ-850 If you set KC-GL, you can set the thickness of the pen and page size.

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    [Enter]. NOTE: SPSZ is the size specified with the PRESCRIBE SPSZ command. For details of the PRESCRIBE commands, refer to the PRESCRIBE Command Reference Manual. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. KC-GL Back KC-GL Pen Adjust KC-GL Page Set...

  • Page 48: Kpdl Error Printing

    If you set KPDL (AUTO), switching between KPDL and an alternative emulation mode will be automatically performed according to print data. Continue the procedure from step 5 of emulation mode selection to setup. Available emulation modes: PCL6, KC-GL, Line Printer, IBM Proprinter, DIABLO 630, EPSON LQ-850 Press to select Alt.

  • Page 49: Font

    • Courier/Letter Gothic Thickness • Code Set • Printing a Font List NOTE: You can set the font for each interface. Press [Printer]. Press to select MENU and press [Enter]. Press to select Font and press [Enter]. Press to select the interface to set and press [Enter].

  • Page 50: Font Selection

    Fonts in optional ROM Press < or > to select the font number and press [Enter]. For internal font numbers, refer to Printing a Font List, on page 2-25. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Font Back Select Font...

  • Page 51: Font Size

    4.00 to 999.75 point can be selected. Press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. You can set the character pitch for the Courier or Letter Gothic font. Display the Font screen, refer to Access the Font Screen, on page 2-21.

  • Page 52: Code Set

    Press to select Regular or Dark and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. With the PCL6 emulation, you can select a code set. Display the Font screen, refer to Access the Font Screen, on page 2-21. Press to select Code Set and press [Enter].

  • Page 53: Printing A Font List

    Printing a Font List ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Display the Font screen, refer to Access the Font Screen, on page 2-21. Press to select List of Inter. Fonts and press [Enter]. NOTE: If optional fonts as well as internal fonts are stored on the machine, you can also select List of Option Fonts.

  • Page 54: Print Configuration

    Line Feed (LF) Action • Carriage Return (CR) Action • Wide A4 NOTE: You can set the print configuration for each interface. Press [Printer]. Press to select MENU and press [Enter]. Press to select Page Set and press [Enter]. Press to select the interface and press [Enter].

  • Page 55: Number Of Copies

    999 can be selected. Press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. If you specify the Paper Size (original size) and the Output Size, the machine reduces the image at a preset magnification ratio to print onto the specified Output Size paper.

  • Page 56: Print Orientation

    To maintain the printer memory efficiently, the default setting of this mode is Auto. This menu is not usually displayed. If a print overrun error occurs due to insufficient printer memory, Page Protect is forcibly set to On. After the print overrun error occurs, reset this setting to Auto.

  • Page 57: Line Feed (lf) Action

    CR and LF: Performs a line feed and carriage return. Ignore LF: Does not perform a line feed. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Use to set the action taken by the machine when it receives a Carriage Return code (0DH).

  • Page 58: Wide A

    2-26. Press to select Wide A4 and press [Enter]. Press to select On or Off and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Page Set LF Action CR Action Wide A4 Wide A4 Back ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 59: Print Quality

    Display the Print Quality screen, refer to Access the Print Quality Screen, on page 2-31. Press to select KIR Mode and press [Enter]. Press to select On or Off and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Ready CANCEL MENU Menu Font Page Set Print Quality...

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    Press to select On or Off and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. With this machine, three types of resolution are available: 300 dpi, 600 dpi, and Fast 1200 Mode. Display the Print Quality screen, refer to Access the Print Quality Screen, on page 2-31.

  • Page 61: Print Density

    2-31. Press to select Print Density and press [Enter]. Press < or > to select the Print Density and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Print Quality EcoPrint Mode Resolution Print Density Print Density 2-33...

  • Page 62: Memory Card Operation

    Deleting Program Data • Deleting Macro Data • Deleting Language Data • Formatting Memory Card • Printing a Partition List Press [Printer]. Press to select MENU and press [Enter]. Press to select Memory Card and press [Enter]. The Memory Card screen displays.

  • Page 63: Reading Font Data

    Fonts and press [Enter]. Press to select OK and press [Enter]. Fonts are read from the Memory Card. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Display the Memory Card screen, refer to Access the Memory Card Screen, on page 2-34. Press to select Read Macro and press [Enter].

  • Page 64: Writing Data

    [Enter]. The selected program is read from the Memory Card. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Display the Memory Card screen, refer to Access the Memory Card Screen, on page 2-34.

  • Page 65: Deleting Data

    [Enter]. The selected data is deleted from the Memory Card. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Display the Memory Card screen, refer to Access the Memory Card Screen, on page 2-34.

  • Page 66: Deleting Macro Data

    [Enter]. The selected macro data is deleted from the Memory Card. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Display the Memory Card screen, refer to Access the Memory Card Screen, on page 2-34.

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    Printing a Partition List ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Formatting of the Memory Card starts. When formatting is complete, format information is printed. FORMAT INFORMATION Display the Memory Card screen, refer to Access the Memory Card Screen, on page 2-34. Press to select List of Partitions and press [Enter].

  • Page 68: Hard Disk Operation

    If the optional Hard Disk is installed in this machine, Read, Write and Delete can be performed for different types of data. The Hard Disk can also be formatted and a Partition List printed. Press [Printer]. Press to select MENU and press [Enter].

  • Page 69: Ram Disk Operation

    Consequently, printing speed may be lower or insufficient memory occurs depending on the RAM Disk setting value. The RAM Disk functions are disabled as the default setting. To use the RAM Disk functions, setup as follows. Press [Printer]. Press to select MENU and press [Enter].

  • Page 70: Ram Disk Size

    RAM Disk Operation RAM Disk Size 2-42 Press [Printer]. Press to select MENU and press [Enter]. Press to select RAM Disk Mode and press [Enter]. Press to select Change # and press [Enter]. The operation procedure for each item is the same as the Memory Card operation, refer to Memory Card Operation, on page 2-34.

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    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Press < or > to select the RAM disk size, 1 to 1024 Mbyte can be selected. Press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. Press to select Yes and press [Enter]. The machine restarts. RAM Disk size Mbyte Do you want to restart? 2-43...

  • Page 72: Paper Handling

    Display the Paper Handling screen, refer to Access the Paper Handling Screen, on page 2-44. Press to select Bypass Mode and press [Enter]. Press to select Cassette or First and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Ready CANCEL MENU Menu Print Quality RAM Disk Mode Paper Handling...

  • Page 73: Paper Source

    Select and press [Enter]. Press to select the paper source and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Use to set the binding position on finished prints for duplex printing. Binding at a short edge Binding at a long edge...

  • Page 74: Output Destination

    Mode and press [Enter]. Press to select Short edge bind or Long edge bind and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Use to set the paper Output Destination. Output destination Main body output tray Optional Finisher Optional Job Separator...

  • Page 75: Override A4/letter

    Screen, on page 2-44. Press to select Override A4/LT and press [Enter]. Press to select On or Off and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Paper Handling Feed Select Stack Select Override A4/LT Override A4/LT Back 2-47...

  • Page 76: Other Printer Settings

    Other Printer Settings Access the Others Screen 2-48 You can set the following items for other printer settings. • Form Feed Timeout • Received Data Dump • Printer Function Resetting • Resource Protect Mode • Auto Continue • Duplex Error Detection •...

  • Page 77: Form Feed Timeout

    Press to select OK and press [Enter]. Waiting displays and then the Printer Basic screen. Send data to the printer, dump pages are printed. Press to select GO and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Others Back...

  • Page 78: Resource Protect Mode

    Printer Function Resetting Resource Protect Mode 2-50 This function resets the printer’s temporary settings (such as the current page orientation and font) to the default settings. Display the Others screen, refer to Access the Others Screen, on page 2- Press to select Printer Reset and press [Enter].

  • Page 79: Auto Continue

    The Auto Continue (time) screen displays. Press < or > to select the time, 0 to 495 seconds in 5 second increments can be selected. Press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Others Printer Reset Resource Prot. Auto Continue...

  • Page 80

    Error and press [Enter]. Press to select Proces. Duplex print and press [Enter]. Press to select On or Off and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Others Resource Prot. Auto Continue Finishing Error Finishing Error Back Proces. Duplex print...

  • Page 81: Stapling Error Detection

    Error and press [Enter]. Press to select Staple Setting and press [Enter]. Press to select On or Off and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Printer Basic screen displays. Others Resource Prot. Auto Continue Finishing Error Finishing Error Back Proces. Duplex print...

  • Page 82: Printing A Service Status Page

    Printing a Service Status Page 2-54 The Service Status Page contains more detailed printer setting information than the Status Page. This page is mainly used by service personnel for maintenance. Use the following procedure to print this page if required.

  • Page 83: System Settings

    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE 3 System Settings This chapter explains the system settings available on the machine. • Copy Default Settings... 3-2 • Machine Default Settings ... 3-14 • Viewing and Printing the Total Counter ... 3-28 • Report Output... 3-30 •...

  • Page 84: Copy Default Settings

    Copy Default Settings Initial Mode is the state the machine enters after warm-up or if Reset is pressed. If no operations are performed for a preset period of time, the machine returns to initial mode. Any settings that have been selected will be cleared.

  • Page 85

    Access the Copy Default Screen ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use the following procedure to access the Copy Default screen. Press [System Menu / Counter]. Press to select Copy default and press [Enter]. Use the keypad to enter the 4 digit management code. NOTE: The factory default management code varies for each model: 16 ppm model = 1600, 20 ppm model = 2000, and 25 ppm model = 2500.

  • Page 86: Exposure Mode

    Exposure Mode Original Image Quality EcoPrint Mode Set the default Exposure mode to Auto or Manual. Display the Copy Default screen, refer to Access the Copy Default Screen, on page 3-3. Press to select Exposure Mode and press [Enter]. Press to select Auto or Manual as the default setting and press [Enter].

  • Page 87: Paper Selection

    Background Color Adjustment Paper Selection ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Press to select On to enable Ecoprint Mode as the default. If you do not wish to use EcoPrint Mode as the default, select Off. Press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Copier Basic screen returns. If the Background Color is too dark or light, use this option to adjust it.

  • Page 88: Paper Type In Auto Paper Selection

    Paper Type in Auto Paper Selection Paper selected in Auto Paper Selection mode can be limited to a certain paper type. Paper types that can be set: Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, Vellum, Rough, Letterhead, Color, Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Thick paper, High quality, and Custom 1 (to 8) NOTE: You can select a paper type from the paper types that are currently set for the cassettes, refer to Paper Type (cassettes 1 to 4), on...

  • Page 89: Priority Cassette

    Priority Cassette Default Magnification ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE You can select the cassette (1 to 4) that is automatically selected with priority. NOTE: For the 16 ppm model, cassettes 2 to 4 are included in the optional Paper Feeder. For the 20 and 25 ppm models, cassettes 3 and 4 are included in the optional Paper Feeder.

  • Page 90: Auto Exposure Adjustment

    Auto Exposure Adjustment Auto OCR Exposure Adjustment Adjusts the overall density in Auto Exposure mode. Display the Copy Default screen, refer to Access the Copy Default Screen, on page 3-3. Press to select Adj.Auto expos and press [Enter]. Press < or > to adjust the exposure.

  • Page 91: Exposure Adjustment For Text Originals

    Exposure Adjustment for Text + Photo Originals Exposure Adjustment for Text Originals ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Adjusts the density of the central value in Manual Exposure mode for Text + Photo originals. Display the Copy Default screen, refer to Access the Copy Default Screen, on page 3-3.

  • Page 92: Sort Copying

    Exposure Adjustment for Photo Originals Sort Copying 3-10 Adjusts the density of the central value in Manual Exposure mode for Photo originals. Display the Copy Default screen, refer to Access the Copy Default Screen, on page 3-3. Press to select Photo Ori Dnsity and press [Enter].

  • Page 93: Offset Copying

    Offset Copying Auto Rotation Copy Margin Width Default Value ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use to set Offset Copy mode as the default setting. Display the Copy Default screen, refer to Access the Copy Default Screen, on page 3-3. Press to select Offset and press [Enter].

  • Page 94

    Border Erase Width Default Value Number of Copies Limit 3-12 Press to select the default margin width. You can select from 1/8" to 3/4" in 1/8" increments [1 mm to 18 mm in 1 mm increments] and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Copier Basic screen returns. Use to set the default value for the Border Erase Width.

  • Page 95: Black Streaking Reduction Processing

    Black Streaking Reduction Processing ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE If black streaks (streaks that are not contained in the original image) appear on copies from the optional Document Processor, you can make black streaking less noticeable. Black Streaking Reduction processing reduces the reproducibility of fine characters, therefore it is recommended to use the factory default setting.

  • Page 96: Machine Default Settings

    Machine Default Settings 3-14 The machine enters Initial Mode after warm-up or if Reset is pressed. The options and settings which the machine returns to in Initial Mode are the default settings. Use these instructions to customize the default settings to meet your requirements.

  • Page 97

    Access the Machine Default Screen ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use the following procedure to access the Machine Default screen. Press [System Menu / Counter]. Press to select Machine default and press [Enter]. Use the keypad to enter the 4 digit management code. NOTE: The factory default management code varies for each model: 16 ppm model = 1600, 20 ppm model = 2000, and 25 ppm model = 2500.

  • Page 98: Auto Cassette Switching

    Auto Cassette Switching Paper Size (cassettes 1 to 4) 3-16 If multiple cassettes contain the same size paper and the paper in one cassette runs out during copying, the Automatic Cassette Switching function will switch paper feed from the empty cassette to another cassette containing paper of the same size and orientation.

  • Page 99: Multi-bypass Tray Confirmation Display

    Paper Type (cassettes 1 to 4) Multi-Bypass Tray Confirmation Display ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Press [Reset]. The Copier Basic screen returns. Use to set the paper types for cassettes 1 to 4. Paper types that can be set: Plain, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled, Rough, Letterhead, Color, Prepunched, High quality and Custom 1 to 8.

  • Page 100: Paper Weight For Paper Type

    Paper Weight for Paper Type Duplex Print for Paper Type 3-18 Use to set the Paper Weight for each Paper Type. Paper weight types that can be set: Super-Heavy, Heavy3, Heavy2, Heavy1, Middle3, Middle2, Middle1 and Light. Display the Machine default screen, refer to Access the Machine Default Screen, on page 3-15.

  • Page 101: Custom Paper Type

    Custom Paper Type Setting Match Print Direction Fast Mode ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Press to select On or Off and press [Enter]. When you have finished changing the settings, press select End and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Copier Basic screen returns. Printing onto prepunched paper, preprinted paper or letterhead in one- sided mode and two-sided mode from the same paper source may cause displacement of hole positions, or reverse orientations on both sides.

  • Page 102: Original Orientation

    Original Orientation Auto Sleep Time 3-20 Display the Machine default screen, refer to Access the Machine Default Screen, on page 3-15. Press to select Special P. type and press [Enter]. Press to select Match Print Direction or Fast Mode and press [Enter].

  • Page 103: Auto Low Power Time

    Auto Low Power Time Copy Output Destination Setting Item Top Tray Finisher Job Separator ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Press to select Sleep mode time and press [Enter]. Press < or > to select the time required from 1 to 240 minutes or 1 to 120 minutes and press [Enter].

  • Page 104: Fax Output Destination

    Fax Output Destination Setting Item Top Tray Finisher Job Separator 3-22 NOTE: This item is displayed only if the optional Finisher or Job Separator is installed. Display the Machine default screen, refer to Access the Machine Default Screen, on page 3-15. Press to select Copy Otput Destn and press [Enter].

  • Page 105: Key Sound

    Default Operation Mode Key Sound ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Select the default screen to be displayed when the power is switched on. The Copy or Fax screen can be displayed. NOTE: This item is displayed only if the optional Fax kit is installed. Display the Machine default screen, refer to Access the Machine Default Screen, on page 3-15.

  • Page 106: Date And Time

    Date and Time 3-24 Use to register the current date and time, the time difference from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), and the summer time setting. Display the Machine default screen, refer to Access the Machine Default Screen, on page 3-15. Press to select Date/Time and press [Enter].

  • Page 107: Display Contrast Adjustment

    Display Contrast Adjustment Administrator Management Code Change ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use to adjust the Display Contrast if required. Display the Machine default screen, refer to Access the Machine Default Screen, on page 3-15. Press to select Display Contrast and press [Enter]. Press <...

  • Page 108: Auto Sleep

    Auto Sleep Auto Clear 3-26 Use to set the machine to enter sleep mode automatically when a preset period of time of non-use elapses. NOTE: This setting is displayed only on the inch specification machine. If the Auto Sleep function causes inconvenience, it is recommended to try a longer time period before disabling the function.

  • Page 109: Auto Clear Time

    Auto Clear Time Silent Mode ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use to set the time that elapses from completion of copying to activation of the Auto Clear function, if it is enabled. Time that can be set: 10 to 270 seconds (in 10 second increments) NOTE: This item is not displayed if the Auto Clear function is Off.

  • Page 110: Viewing And Printing The Total Counter

    Language Bypass Setting Counter Check Counter Check: Output Count Scan Count Output Count: Copy 1.234.567 Printer 0.001.234 to select End " paper is loaded in the cassette when System Menu / Counter: Language Bypass Setting Counter Check Counter Check: Output Count...

  • Page 111

    System Settings Press [Reset]. The Copier Basic screen returns. Example: Counter report ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE 3-29...

  • Page 112: Report Output

    System Settings Report Output You can output the following reports from the Operation Panel. Copy Status Report Machine Status Report 3-30 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 113: Coverage Report

    A coverage report details the number of printed sheets and the average of blackness ratio for each paper size. The following items are included. Total Toner Coverage report Copy Toner Coverage report Printer Toner Coverage report Fax Toner Coverage report Press [System Menu / Counter]. Press to select Print Report and press [Enter].

  • Page 114: Language Setting

    Language Setting 3-32 You can select the language that will be used in the message display. The following languages are available for selection: • Inch Specification — English, French (Français), Spanish (Español), and Japanese ( • Metric Specification — English, German (Deutsch), French (Français), Spanish (Español), and Italian (Italiano) Press [System Menu / Counter].

  • Page 115: Paper

    End and press [Enter]. Press [Reset]. The Copier Basic screen returns. " paper is System Menu / Counter: Machine Default Printer Default User Adjustment User Adjustment: Drum refresh Do you want to refresh drum? Now drum refreshing. User Adjustment:...

  • Page 116

    System Settings 3-34 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 117: Job Accounting

    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE 4 Job Accounting This chapter explains the Job Accounting functions of the machine. • Job Accounting Mode... 4-2 • Managing Accounts... 4-4 • Default Settings ... 4-12 • Using Job Accounting... 4-15...

  • Page 118: Job Accounting Mode

    Adjusting the default settings for Job Accounting mode. NOTE: For settings on the computer required for using Job Accounting concerning the printer functions, refer to the KX Printer Driver Operation Guide. NOTE: In addition, the Job Accounting mode that can be set from the computer is available.

  • Page 119

    Access the Job Accounting Screen ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Use the following procedure to display the Job Accounting screen. Press [System Menu / Counter]. Press to select Job Accounting and press [Enter]. Use the keypad to enter the 4 digit management code. NOTE: The factory default management code varies for each model: 16 ppm model = 1600, 20 ppm model = 2000, and 25 ppm model = 2500.

  • Page 120: Managing Accounts

    Job Accounting Total Each Job Accounting TL Edit Job Accounting: New registration Delete New registration: Account ID Please wait. Limit in use: Copy Able use Printer Able use Limit in use: Copy Able use Printer Able use ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 121: Limit Of Use

    The Limit in use screen displays. Use to permit or prohibit printing. NOTE: This item displays if Printer Job Accounting is set to On, refer to Printer Job Accounting, on page 4-12. Display the Limit in use screen, refer to Registering a New Account, on page 4-4.

  • Page 122

    Use the numeric keys to enter the counter limit, up to 999,999 can be entered in 1 sheet increments. Press [Enter] The Limit in use screen displays. Printer: Able to use Unable to use Limit in use: Copy Able use...

  • Page 123

    Use the numeric keys to enter the counter limit, up to 999,999 can be entered in 1 sheet increments. Press [Enter] The Limit in use screen displays. Limit in use: Printer Able use Output Limit Able use Scanner TX No limit...

  • Page 124: Deleting An Account

    Fax Transmission Limit Deleting an Account Use to permit or prohibit faxing if the optional Fax kit is installed. If faxing is permitted, the total number of fax transmissions can be limited or set to No Limit. NOTE: This item displays if Fax Job Accounting is set to On, refer to Fax Job Accounting, on page 4-13.

  • Page 125: Default Settings

    NOTE: To set the limit of use in managing accounts, you must set Copy Job Accounting and Printer Job Accounting to On. If the optional Network Scanner kit or Fax kit is installed, set Scanner Job Accounting or Fax Job Accounting to On, refer to Default Settings, on page 4-12.

  • Page 126: All Account Management

    All Account Management Individual Account Management 4-10 Use to view the total output count, print a Job Accounting report, and clear the counter for all accounts. Display the Job Accounting screen, refer to Access the Job Accounting Screen, on page 4-3. Press to select Job Accounting Total and press...

  • Page 127: Enabling Job Accounting

    Enabling Job Accounting ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Display the Job Accounting screen, refer to Access the Job Accounting Screen, on page 4-3. Press to select Each Job Accounting TL and press [Enter]. The output counts for individual accounts display. To clear the counter, press to select the ID-code and press [Enter].

  • Page 128: Default Settings

    [Enter]. On completion, press select End and press [Enter]. You can select whether or not to enable Job Accounting for the Printer functions. Display the Job Accounting screen, refer to Access the Job Accounting Screen, on page 4-3.

  • Page 129: Scanner Job Accounting

    NOTE: This item displays if the optional Fax kit is installed. Display the Job Accounting screen, refer to Access the Job Accounting Screen, on page 4-3. Printer Job Accounting: Job Accounting Default Setting: Copy Job Account.: On Prnt Job Account.

  • Page 130: Excess Limit Setting

    Excess Limit Setting 4-14 Press to select Job Accountg Def. Set and press [Enter]. Press to select Fax Job Accountng and press [Enter]. Press to select Off or On and press [Enter]. On completion, press select End and press [Enter]. Use to select which action the machine takes when the limit set has been exceeded.

  • Page 131: Using Job Accounting

    Perform the copy operation. When copying is complete, press the Job Accounting key. To use Job Accounting for printing, options must be selected in the printer driver. For details, refer to the KX Printer Driver Operation Guide. Enter Account ID.

  • Page 132

    Job Accounting 4-16 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 133: Appendix

    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Appendix The Appendix contains the following specifications: • Paper... Appendix-2 • Specifications ...Appendix-11 • Glossary ... Appendix-17 Appendix-1...

  • Page 134: General Guidelines

    Differences between paper from different suppliers can also affect the machine’s performance. A high-quality printer cannot produce high-quality results when the wrong paper is used. Low-priced paper is not economical in the long run if it causes printing problems.

  • Page 135: Selecting The Right Paper

    Selecting the Right Paper Condition Composition Paper Sizes B6R (128 × 182 mm) A6R (105 × 148 mm) Postcard (100 × 148 mm) Return postcard (148 × 200 mm) Executive (7 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Item Thickness 0.086 to 0.110 mm (3.4 to 4.3 mils) Dimensional accuracy ±0.7 mm (±0.0276 inches) Squareness of corners 90°...

  • Page 136

    Envelope DL (110 × 220 mm) Envelope C5 (162 × 229 mm) Envelope C4 (229 × 324 mm) ISO B5 (176 × 250 mm) Comm.#10 (4 Comm.#9 (3 Comm.#6-3/4 (3 Monarch (3 Custom: 3 98 × 148 to 297 × 432 mm Smoothness Basis weight Thickness...

  • Page 137

    Paper Grain Other Paper Properties ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE The moisture content of the paper varies with the relative humidity in the room. When the relative humidity is high and the paper absorbs moisture, the paper edges expand, becoming wavy in appearance. When the relative humidity is low and the paper loses moisture, the edges shrink and tighten, and print contrast may suffer.

  • Page 138: Special Paper

    Special Paper Appendix-6 Packaging: Paper should be packed in a sturdy carton to protect it from damage during transport. Quality paper obtained from a reputable supplier is usually correctly packaged. Special treatment: It is recommended not to use paper with the following treatment even if the paper satisfies the basic specifications.

  • Page 139

    Transparency Labels ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Since the composition and quality of special paper vary considerably, special paper is more likely than white bond paper to give trouble during printing. No liability will be assumed if moisture and so forth given off during printing on special paper causes harm to the machine or operator.

  • Page 140

    Postcards Envelopes Appendix-8 Some label paper is manufactured with an extra margin of top sheet around the edge. Do not remove the extra top sheet from the carrier sheet until after printing is finished. Acceptable Carrier sheet The table below lists the specifications for adhesive label paper. Item Weight of top sheet 44 to 74 g/m²...

  • Page 141

    Thick Paper Colored Paper Preprinted Paper ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE • Unpack the envelopes just before using them, do not use envelopes which have been left out for a long time. • Do not use any envelopes on which adhesive is exposed. Even if adhesive is not exposed, if simple peeling of paper exposes adhesive, do not use such envelopes.

  • Page 142

    Appendix Recycled paper Select recycled paper that meets the same specifications as the white bond paper except for whiteness, refer to Paper Specifications, on page Appendix-2. NOTE: Before purchasing recycled paper, test a sample on the machine and check that the printing quality is satisfactory. Appendix-10 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 143: Specifications

    50 %) 64 MB 64 MB For copier: 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, and 128 MB For printer: 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, and 256 MB 10 to 32.5 °C 15 to 80 % 2,000 m maximum 1,500 lux maximum 120 V AC, 60 Hz, 9.0 A...

  • Page 144

    Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Noise Emission Required Space (W) × (D) Copier Copying Speed: Platen (1:1) Document Processor (1:1) First Copy Time Appendix-12 16ppm model: × 23 × 21 " 7/16 574 × 593 × 545 mm 20/25 ppm model: x 23 x 25...

  • Page 145

    Resolution Continuous Copying Copying Magnification ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE Scanning: 600 × 600 dpi Printing: 600 × 600 dpi 1 to 999 sheets Any ratio from 25 to 200 % (1 % increments) and fixed magnifications. Appendix-13...

  • Page 146: Document Processor (option)

    Printer Printing Speed First Print Time Resolution Applicable OS Interface Document Processor (Option) Original Feed System Acceptable Originals Original Sizes Original Paper Weight Acceptable Number of Originals Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Paper Feeder (Option) Paper Feed System...

  • Page 147: Duplex Unit (option)

    Duplex Unit (Option) System Paper Sizes Acceptable Paper Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Finisher (Option) Number of Trays Paper Sizes Acceptable Paper Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Job Separator (Option) Number of Trays Tray Capacity Paper Sizes Acceptable Paper Dimensions (W) ×...

  • Page 148: Environmental Specifications

    Environmental Specifications Recovery time from Low Power mode Transition time to Low Power mode (at time of purchase) Transition time to Auto Sleep mode (at time of purchase) Duplex (2-sided) Copying Paper Feed Appendix-16 10 seconds 15 minutes 30 minutes (16 and 20 ppm models) 45 minutes (25 ppm model) Option Recycled Paper made from 100 % recycled...

  • Page 149: Glossary

    (For copier: 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, and 128 MB/for printer: 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, and 256 MB) For DIMM that can be used in this machine, contact your dealer.

  • Page 150

    0 and 255. This enables output to the printer from a printer driver over the Internet or an intranet and via an IPP port. Using IPP, output to a remote printer is possible over the Internet.

  • Page 151

    Appendix CD-ROM supplied with the printer. Install the printer driver on the computer connected to the printer. Sleep mode This mode is provided to save power. It is activated when the machine is not used for a preset period of time.In this mode, power is reduced to the minimum.

  • Page 152

    Appendix Appendix-20 ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

  • Page 153

    Numerics 2-in-1 4-in-1 (horizontal arrangement) 4-in-1 (vertical arrangement) Access Copy default screen e-Mps Font screen 2-21 Hard disk 2-40 Interface screen 2-11 Job accounting screen Machine default screen Memory card screen 2-34 Others screen 2-48 Page set screen 2-26 Paper handling screen Print quality screen 2-31 Additional memory...

  • Page 154

    Custom paper type 3-19 Date and time 3-24 Default gateway 2-16 Default magnification Default operation mode 3-23 Default settings 4-12 Deleting an account DHCP 2-14 Display contrast adjustment Document processor (option) Document Processor Specifications Appendix-14 Appendix-17 Drum refresh 3-33 Duplex print for paper type Duplex print mode 2-45 Duplex printing error detection...

  • Page 155

    Number of copies limit Offset copying Offset mode 2-20 Original image quality Original orientation Original placement Original Size Original size Other printer settings Other regular size Others screen access Outline font Output destination Output limit 3-15 Override A4/Letter Page protect mode...

  • Page 156

    KIR mode 2-31 Print density 2-33 Resolution 2-32 Print quality screen access Print restriction Printer functions Appendix-14 Printer job accounting 4-12 Printer reset 2-50 Printer specifications Appendix-14 Printing a font list 2-25 Printing a service status page Printing a status page...

  • Page 157

    Printer Appendix-14 Stapling Stapling error detection 2-53 Status page Subnet mask setting 2-16 Summer time 3-24 TCP/IP 2-14 Temporary code jobs Thick paper Appendix-9 Time Zone 3-24 Total capacity Permanent code jobs 2-10 Quick copy jobs Temporary code jobs Virtual mailboxes...

  • Page 158

    ADVANCED OPERATION GUIDE...

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    MEMO...

  • Page 160

    For best print results and machine performance, we recommend that you use only KYOCERA MITA original supplies for your KYOCERA MITA products.

  • Page 162

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Km-2050, Km-2550, Dc 2116, Dc 2120, Dc 2125

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