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    High Capacity Stacker-C1...

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    Structure of Users Guide Before You Begin Chapter 1 Read here first. Operating Procedures Chapter 2 Troubleshooting Chapter 3 Appendix Chapter 4...

  • Page 4: Important Information

    • Canon pursues a policy of continuing improvement in design and performance of the product. Therefore, the product design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice and without our legal obligation.

  • Page 5: Safe Use Of Machine

    Safe Use of Machine To use this machine safely, proper operation and periodical maintenance are indispensable. Read the safety precautions described in this manual thoroughly, and do not perform operations or maintenance procedures until you understand them completely. The operating procedures and safety precautions described in this manual are valid only for proper use of this machine.

  • Page 6: Warning Label Locations And Meanings

    Warning Label Locations and Meanings When you remove the sheets from the stacking section, take care not to be caught between the stack guide and the stack tray. Otherwise, it may lead to severe injury. Usually, the rollers do not rotate when any cover is opened.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Important Information ........................i Safe Use of Machine ........................ii Operating Safety Precautions....................ii Warning Label Locations and Meanings ................. iii FCC NOTICES ........................iii Chapter 1 Before You Begin Features of the Machine....................... 1-2 Machine Description ......................1-3 Section Descriptions......................1-4 [1] Entrance Section .......................

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    Before You Begin CHAPTER Features of the Machine ........................1-2 Machine Description ..........................1-3 Section Descriptions ..........................1-4 [1] Entrance Section........................1-4 [2] Horizontal Transport Section ..................... 1-5 [3] Left Turn-Over Section....................... 1-6 [4] Offset Section ..........................1-7 [5] Right Turn-Over Section ......................1-8 [6] Stacking Section ........................

  • Page 9: Features Of The Machine

    Features of the Machine OUTPUT TRAY Ejecting prints such as sample or interrupt prints on the OUTPUT TRAY enables highly produc- tive performance without interrupting the stacking operation. The maximum stack height is 100 mm (3.94"). Possible Configurations You can use this machine as a stand-alone unit. Or you also can send the sheets straight through to the downstream unit without stacking.

  • Page 10: Machine Description

    Machine Description [1] Entrance Section (See page 1-4). [C] Front Cover Open Button (and LED) Lit: Cover unlocked. [2] Horizontal Transport Section (See page 1-5). Blinking: Stack tray is moving up or down. [3] Left Turn-Over Section (See page 1-6). [D] Downstream Exit Section (See page 1-11).

  • Page 11: Section Descriptions

    Section Descriptions [1] Entrance Section This section receives each sheet as it is delivered from the upstream machine (printer). The first gate sends the sheets to the stack tray or to the OUTPUT TRAY. First Gate This gate diverts the sheet transport path, to the stack tray/downstream unit, or to the OUTPUT TRAY.

  • Page 12: Horizontal Transport Section

    [2] Horizontal Transport Section Sheets delivered from the entrance section, pass here before being carried to the Left Turn-Over section. Left Turn-Over Section Section Descriptions...

  • Page 13: Left Turn-over Section

    [3] Left Turn-Over Section This section turns over sheets delivered from the horizontal transport section. The second gate sends the sheets to the stack tray or to the next machine in the line. Left Upper Guide If any sheets jam in the left turn-over section, hold the green handle to open this guide, and remove the...

  • Page 14: Offset Section

    [4] Offset Section In this section, sheets can be shifted during transport to enable offset stacking. As a result, the ejected sheets are offset on the stack tray. Offset Section Guide If any sheets jam in the offset section, open this guide and remove the jammed sheets.

  • Page 15: Right Turn-over Section

    [5] Right Turn-Over Section This section turns over each sheet after it is delivered from the offset section. Right Upper Guide If any sheets jam in the right turn-over section, hold the green handle to open this guide, and remove the Right Dial jammed sheets.

  • Page 16: Stacking Section

    [6] Stacking Section Sheets delivered from the offset section are transported to the stacking section, and then ejected on the stack tray. The maximum stack height is 570 mm (22.44"). WARNING When you remove the sheets from the stack- Opening the Front Stack Guide ing section, take care not to be caught If the sheets stack height exceeded between the stack guide and the stack tray.

  • Page 17: Top Cover-output Tray Section

    [7] Top Cover-OUTPUT TRAY Section Top Cover If any sheets jam in the entrance section or horizon- tal transport section, open this cover and remove the jammed sheets. OUTPUT TRAY By ejecting prints, such as sample or interrupt prints on this tray, it enables highly pro- ductive performance without interrupting the stacking oper-...

  • Page 18: Paper Path

    Paper Path Single-Unit Operation [7] OUTPUT TRAY Section [2] Horizontal Transport Section [3] Left Turn-Over Section [1] Entrance Section [D] Downstream Exit Section [5] Right Turn-Over Section [6] Stacking Section [4] Offset Section Paper Path 1-11...

  • Page 19: Control Displays

    Control Displays Power On Powering on message Appears only when the power on the stacker is turned on before the host machine (printer). Power on the host machine (printer). Machine processing settings. Preparation complete. Ejecting to the OUTPUT TRAY Ready message Paper is output to the OUTPUT TRAY.

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    Curl Correction / Indicated Language Select Ready message Press Press Menu. Menu. Press Menu. Menu screen for curl correction Press Press Press Menu. Enter. Enter. Screen for setting Menu screen for curl correction switching language Press Press Enter. Enter. Screen for setting language Press +/- Key.

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    Paper Removal and Door Open Operation Machine is operating Machine is ready Press the Front When you press the Front Cover Open Cover Open button. button again while the stack tray is moving down, the stack tray stops and you can remove the sheets in the stack, but not the stack tray.

  • Page 22: Operating Procedures

    Operating Procedures CHAPTER Stacking Sheets ........................... 2-2 Removing Sheets..........................2-4...

  • Page 23: Stacking Sheets

    Stacking Sheets When different sizes paper are stacked together, the paper cannot be squared-up neatly. To square-up the paper neatly, stack only same size paper. Turn on the power switch of the main unit, then turn on the power switch of the stacker. The LCD display presents the Wait screen.

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    Press the front cover open button and open the front cover. Front Cover Open Button Lit: Front cover can be opened. Blinking: Do not open the front cover. Place the stack tray and close the front cover. · Push the stack tray to the rear until it is held by the magnet of the sup- port.

  • Page 25: Removing Sheets

    Removing Sheets When the stacking operation is complete, press the Front Cover Open button and remove the stacked sheets. While the stack tray is moving down, the button blinks. Front Cover Open Button Lit: Front cover can be opened. Blinking: Do not open the front cover.

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    When the button lights up, open the front cover. Attach the handle to the stack tray and pull it out to the front. The handle is mounted to the back of the front cover. Handle CAUTION If the sheets stack height exceeded the stack height 550 mm (21.65”), the stack may fall over when pulling out the stack tray.

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    Replace the empty stack tray and close the front cover. The stack tray will move up automatically. Stack Tray Support · After you place the stack tray on the support, remove the handle. (If the handle is attached to the stack tray, you will not be able to close the front cover.) ·...

  • Page 28: Chapter 3 Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section explains how to identify problems and correct them. CHAPTER Error Messages............................ 4-2 Service Call Error..........................4-2 Error Message Chart........................4-3 Clearing Paper Jams ........................... 4-5 Correcting Paper Curl .......................... 4-6 Powering Problem (Circuit Breaker Check) ..................4-8...

  • Page 29: Error Messages

    Error Messages When an error occurs and the machine does not work properly, the following screen will be shown. If the screen indicates the “SERVICE CALL ERROR”, perform as follows: WARNING Do not plug in and out the power plug by wet hand. It causes electrical shock.

  • Page 30: Error Message Chart

    Error Message Chart WARNING When you remove the sheets from the left turn-over section, take care not to be caught by the roller. Other- wise, it may lead to severe injury. When you remove the sheets from the stack- ing section, take care not to be caught between the stack guide and the stack...

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    Error Message Cause Remedy REMOVE JAMMED PAPER A paper jam occurred in Open the top cover section. guide and remove the jammed paper. Close the guide and the cover, and the printing will be restarted. *1 REMOVE JAMMED PAPER A paper jam occurred in Open the top cover D1 2 E2 section.

  • Page 32: Clearing Paper Jams

    Clearing Paper Jams Jam in the stacking section • Paper chip is left. (See the Remedy 1) Jam in the left turn- over section Jam in the entrance • Paper chip is left. (See the section Remedy 1) • Paper chip is left. (See the Remedy 1) •...

  • Page 33: Correcting Paper Curl

    Curl Correction Correcting Paper Curl If the stacked sheets are curled, correct the curl from the operation panel. To correct the curl, perform the steps below in order. 1. Set up the curl correction to [AUTO]. 2. If the sheets are still curled after step 1 is performed, change the curl correc- tion amount on the printer.

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    Press the +/- key on the operation panel and setup the curl correction. When + key is pressed, [AUTO] - [OFF] - [CONVEX +1] - [CONVEX +2] - [CONVEX +3] - [CONVEX +4] is displayed in order on LCD. When - key is pressed, [AUTO] - [CONCAVE -1] is displayed on LCD. If the stacked sheets are curled upward, select [CONCAVE].

  • Page 35: Powering Problem (circuit Breaker Check)

    Powering Problem (Circuit Breaker Check) If the machine does not operate although the power switch is turned on, check if the circuit breaker is turned off. If the circuit breaker is turned off, contact your local authorized dealer with- out turning on the circuit breaker. WARNING If the circuit breaker is turned off, do not turn on it again.

  • Page 36: Chapter 4 Appendix

    Appendix CHAPTER Specifications ............................4-2 Index ..............................4-3...

  • Page 37: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Product Name High Capacity Stacker-C1 Sheet Size/Paper Weight Range Stack Tray A3, A4, B4, B5, 11” x 17”, 12” x 18”, 13” x 19”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, 8K (270 x 390 mm), 16K (270 x 195 mm), Tab Paper (A4, LTR) 320 x 450 mm (SRA3), User custom size (Max: 330.2 x 487.7 mm, Min: 216 x 182 mm)

  • Page 38: Index

    Index Circuit Breaker ......... 1-3 Rear Stack Guide ........1-9 Control Displays ........1-12 Right Dial ..........1-8 Control Panel ......... 1-10 Right Lower Guide ........1-8 Curl Correction ........ 1-13, 3-6 Right Turn-Over Section ......1-8 Right Upper Guide ........1-8 Downstream Exit Section ....

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    Index...

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    CANON INC. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan CANON U.S.A., INC. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A. CANON CANADA INC. 6390 Dixie Road Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1P7, Canada CANON EUROPA N.V. Bovenkerkerweg 59-61 1185 XB Amstelveen, The Netherlands (See http://www.canon-europe.com/ for details on your regional dealer)

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