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  • Page 1 DocuPrint 205/255/305 User Guide...
  • Page 2 We welcome any comments on ambiguities, errors, omissions, or missing pages. Never attempt any procedure on the machine that is not specifically described in this manual. Unauthorized operation can cause faults or accidents. Fuji Xerox is not liable for any problems resulting from unauthorized operation of the equipment.
  • Page 3: Preface

    Along with our efforts to make environmental values a part of the Fuji Xerox culture, DocuPrint 205/255/305 adopts recycled components that satisfy our strict quality standards...
  • Page 4: Conventions

    Conventions In this guide, “computer” refers to both the personal computer and workstation. The following icons are used in this guide: Important Indicates important information which you should read. Note Indicates additional information on operations or features. Refer to Indicates reference sources. The following conventions are used in this guide: Refer to “xxx”...
  • Page 5: Types Of Manuals

    Types of Manuals Manuals Bundled With the Machine & Their Contents Setup and Quick Reference Guide Explains the way of installation, loading paper, and troubleshooting of this printer. The Online Help for the Explains how to set the items and features of CentreWare Internet CentreWare Internet Services Services.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface......................3 Conventions ...................... 4 Types of Manuals....................5 Contents......................6 Contents of the Setup and Quick Reference Guide (Reference)...... 9 The Objective of the International Energy Star Program ........ 10 Illegal Copies and Printouts ................11 Basic Operations ..................12 Main Components and Their Functions..............
  • Page 7 About Paper ..................... 55 About Paper......................55 Usable Paper ......................55 Unusable Paper .....................58 Storing and Handling Paper ..................58 Loading Paper ....................... 59 Loading Paper in a Paper Tray ................59 Loading Paper in the Bypass Tray (Optional) ............61 Automatic Tray Selection ..................62 Setting Custom Paper Sizes..................
  • Page 8 Life of Consumables and Regular Replacement Parts........150 How to Obtain Product Information ..............151 Latest Printer Driver .....................151 Upgrading the Firmware Version of This Printer ..........151 Output Size and Memory Capacity..............152 Precautions and Limitations ................154 Precautions and Limitations of This Printer ............154 TIFF File Format ....................156 Printing Using the Serial Interface ...............
  • Page 9: Contents Of The Setup And Quick Reference Guide (Reference)

    Contents of the Setup and Quick Reference Guide (Reference) Preface Conventions Types of Manuals Features in Brief Contents Contents of the User Guide (Reference) Safety Notes Installing the Printer................SQ-12 Checking the Package Contents, Unpacking the Printer Installing the Optional Accessories Installing the Drum/Toner Cartridge Connecting Interface Cable Connecting the Power Cord to Switch on the Printer...
  • Page 10: The Objective Of The International Energy Star Program

    The Objective of the International Energy Star Program To protect the global environment and conserve energy sources, the International Energy Star Program encourages the following product features. Fuji Xerox confirms DocuPrint 205/255/305 satisfies the requirements for this program. Low Power Mode Feature This product has a power-saving feature, which switches the machine to the low power mode automatically if the machine is on and not operated for a certain period of time.
  • Page 11: Illegal Copies And Printouts

    Illegal Copies and Printouts Copying or printing certain documents may be illegal in your country. Penalties of fines or imprisonment may be imposed on those found guilty. The following are examples of items that may be illegal to copy or print in your country. Currency Banknotes and checks Bank and government bonds and securities...
  • Page 12: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Main Components and Their Functions Main Body Standard Configuration 3 10 11 Name Description Center output tray Print jobs are output here with the printed side facing down. Control panel Consists of the essential operation buttons, indicators and display.
  • Page 13: With Optional Accessories

    With Optional Accessories Name Description Offset catch tray Allows you to stagger the output position for each print job (offset output). Can be installed to DocuPrint 255/305. Cover D Open this when paper is jammed inside the offset catch tray. Rear tray For reducing the curling of paper when printing heavyweight paper.
  • Page 14: Internal View

    Internal View Name Description Extension output tray Pull this out when printing on paper larger than A4 size. Drum/toner cartridge Contains the toner and the photosensitive drum. Cover A Open this when replacing the drum/toner cartridge and removing jammed paper. Fuser unit Fixes the toner on the paper.
  • Page 15: Control Panel

    Control Panel 3 5 4 Name Description <Menu> button Press to move to the menu operation. <Eject/Set> button Press to set the menu candidate values. Use this too to print report/list. <Ready> indicator When the light is on, the printer is ready to receive data from the computer.
  • Page 16: Display

    Display There are two types of screens shown: Print screen (for displaying printer status) and Menu screen (for configuring settings). Note • The message displayed differs according to the optional accessories installed and setting status. Print Screen The Print screen appears when the printer is printing or waiting for data. The following contents are shown on the screen.
  • Page 17: Switching On And Off The Power

    Switching On and Off the Power Switching On the Power Press the power switch of the printer to the < > position. When the power is on, “Please wait...” will be displayed on the control panel. Check that this display changes to “Ready to print”.
  • Page 18: Power Saver Modes

    Power Saver Modes This printer is equipped with a low power mode and a sleep mode to reduce power consumption when it is left idle. When no print data is received for 5 minutes, the printer will enter the low power mode. When no data is received for a further 10 minutes (a total of 15 minutes lapse (default settings) since the last received data), it will enter sleep mode.
  • Page 19: Checking Status Of Print Data

    Canceling Printing of All Print Data Received at the Printer Press the <Online> button on the control panel, and the press the <Cancel Job> button. Press the <Online> button again after the canceling process has been completed. Canceling Print Data That Are Being Processed at the Computer Double-click the printer icon at the bottom right of the taskbar in Windows.
  • Page 20: Displaying Optional Accessory Configuration And Paper Tray Settings

    Displaying Optional Accessory Configuration and Paper Tray Settings When using this printer as a network printer and having enabled SNMP protocol, you can display on the printer driver, the optional accessory configuration or settings configured at the control panel such as paper type or size. These settings are displayed on the [Options] tab.
  • Page 21: Printing

    Printing Printing From the Computer ® This section explains the basic flow when printing from application software in Windows environment. (The procedure may differ according to the computer or system configuration used.) Important • Do not switch off the power of this printer when printing is in progress. It may lead to a paper jam. From the [File] menu of the application software, select [Print].
  • Page 22: Printing On Envelopes

    Printing on Envelopes The procedure to print on envelopes is as follows. For details on the envelopes that can be used, refer to “Usable Paper” (P. 55). Loading Envelopes You have to close the flaps of the envelope and load it with the address side facing up in the orientation shown in the diagram below.
  • Page 23: Printing On Envelopes

    Loading Envelopes in Bypass Tray Note • For details on the procedure to load paper into the bypass tray, refer to “Loading Paper in the Bypass Tray (Optional)” (P. 61). In the case of Commercial #10, pull out the extension tray. Load envelopes in portrait orientation so their flaps facing to the right.
  • Page 24 If you have selected [Tray 1 (Bypass)] from [Paper Source], click [Bypass Settings] to display the [Bypass Settings] dialog box and then select [Heavyweight1] from [Paper Type (Bypass Tray)]. Note • If you have configured tray 1 as bypass tray on the [Options] tab of the printer properties dialog box, [Tray 1 (Bypass)] and [Bypass Settings] can be selected.
  • Page 25: Printing On Transparencies

    Printing on Transparencies Loading Transparencies Load transparencies in trays 1 to 4 or the bypass tray (optional). Important • Transparencies with white frame and full-color transparencies cannot be used. Loading Transparencies in a Paper Tray The way to load transparencies in the paper tray the same as the way to load standard size paper.
  • Page 26 If the transparency is loaded in the bypass tray, select [Tray 1 (Bypass)] from [Paper Source]. If the transparency is loaded in trays 1 to 4, select the loaded paper tray from [Paper Source] or click [Specify Paper Type] to display the [Specify Paper Type] dialog box and then select [Transparency].
  • Page 27: Printing On Custom Size Paper/Long Paper

    Printing on Custom Size Paper/Long Paper This section explains how to print on custom size paper such as long paper. The paper sizes that can be selected on this printer are as follows: For tray 1 For trays 2 - 4 For bypass tray Long edge: Long edge:...
  • Page 28 Loading Custom Size Paper in Bypass Tray This section explains the procedure to load custom size paper, using long paper as an example, in the bypass tray. Note • For details on loading other custom size paper except long paper, refer to “Loading Paper in the Bypass Tray (Optional)”...
  • Page 29: Setting Custom Paper Sizes

    Setting Custom Paper Sizes Before printing, set the custom size on the printer driver. You have to configure the settings on the control panel too when loading custom size paper in trays 1 to 4. For details on setting the control panel, refer to “3.3 Setting Custom Paper Sizes”...
  • Page 30: Printing On Custom Size Paper

    Use the [Details] list box to select the custom setup you want to define. Specify the length of the short edge and long edge under [Change Setting For]. You can specify the values either by entering directly or using [ ] [ ]. The length of the short edge cannot be longer than the long edge, even if it is within the specified range.
  • Page 31 Click the [Tray/Output] tab. Select the appropriate tray from [Paper Source]. If you have selected [Tray 1 (Bypass)] from [Paper Source], click [Bypass Settings] to display the [Bypass Settings] dialog box and then select the paper type from [Paper Type (Bypass Tray)]. Note •...
  • Page 32: Print Confidential Document - Secure Print

    Print Confidential Document - Secure Print When the hard disk (optional) has been installed, you can use the secure print feature. Important • The hard disk may be damaged and erase important data saved in the hard disk. We recommend you back up your data.
  • Page 33 From [Job Type] on the [Basic] tab, select [Secure Print]. Enter the user ID in [User ID]. You can enter up to eight characters for the user ID. To enter a password, enter it in [Password]. Enter up to 12 numeric characters. From [Retrieve Document Name], select either [Enter Document Name] or [Auto Retrieve].
  • Page 34: At The Control Panel

    At the Control Panel This section explains the procedure to print data stored in the printer by Secure Print. Note • You can also delete, without printing, secure print data stored in the printer. For details, refer to “Init/Del Data” (P. 94). Press the <...
  • Page 35: Print After Checking Printing Result - Sample Print

    Print After Checking Printing Result - Sample Print When the hard disk (optional) has been installed, you can use the sample print feature. Important • The hard disk may be damaged and erase important data saved in the hard disk. We recommend you back up your data.
  • Page 36 Select [Sample Print] from [Job Type]. Note • You must specify at least 2 for [Copies] before [Sample Print] can be selected. Enter the user ID in [User ID]. You can enter up to eight characters for the user ID. From [Retrieve Document Name], select either [Enter Document Name] or [Auto Retrieve].
  • Page 37 At the Control Panel This section explains the procedure to print and delete data stored in the printer by Sample Print. Press the < > button. Press the < > or < > button until [Sample Print] is displayed and then press the <...
  • Page 38: Print At A Specified Time - Delayed Print

    Print at a Specified Time - Delayed Print When the hard disk (optional) has been installed, you can use the delayed print feature. The delayed print feature allows you to store the data in the printer beforehand and then print it out automatically at the specified time.
  • Page 39: Canceling Delayed Print

    Set the time to start printing by [Hour] and [Minutes]. Use the 24-hour system. From [Retrieve Document Name], select either [Enter Document Name] or [Auto Retrieve]. If [Enter Document Name] is selected, specify a document name in [Document Name] using up to 12 characters. If [Auto Retrieve] is selected, the name of the document to be printed will become the document name.
  • Page 40: Direct Printing Of Pdf File

    To print PDF file using the PDF Bridge feature, you can use ContentsBridge Utility (Utility software is supplied by Fuji Xerox) or lpr command to send the data directly to the printer. PostScript software kit (optional) is required to use the PDF Bridge feature.
  • Page 41: Using Contentsbridge Utility To Print Pdf

    Using ContentsBridge Utility to Print PDF Operating Environment for ContentsBridge Utility ContentsBridge Utility supports the IBM PC-AT and the compatibles on which the OSs described bellow can operate, and also supports PowerPC-based Macintosh computers. Windows Environment Windows 2000/XP Connection Windows 95 Windows 98/Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows Server...
  • Page 42: Printer Setting

    Items That Can Be Configured Using ContentsBridge Utility Print Range Specifies the pages to be printed. Quantity Quantity Specifies the copies to be printed between 1 to 999. Collated Specifies whether to collate multiple copies of the printout by sets (sorted in the order of page 1, 2, 3,...1, 2, 3...).
  • Page 43 Printing PDF File (for Windows) Double-click the [ContentsBridge.exe] icon to activate it. The [ContentsBridge] dialog box appears. Select this printer as the printer to be used. For [File to Print], either enter the path of the PDF file to be printed or click [Browse] to specify the target file.
  • Page 44 Printing PDF Files With a Simple Procedure You can print PDF files with a simple procedure if this printer is configured as the default printer and a shortcut icon of [ContentsBridge.exe] is created on the desktop. Drag and drop the PDF file to be printed over the shortcut icon of [ContentsBridge.exe].
  • Page 45 Printing PDF File (for Macintosh) This section explains the procedure using Mac OS X v10.2.6 as an example. Drag and drop the PDF file to be printed over the [ContentsBridge] icon. The [Print PDF] dialog box appears. Click [Select Printer]. Select this printer in the displayed dialog box, click [Apply].
  • Page 46 Set the various items. In the [PDF File Print] dialog box, click [OK]. The print data will be sent to the printer. At this point in time, a dialog box appears if a password has been set for the PDF file. Enter the password set for the PDF file and click [OK].
  • Page 47: Printing A Pdf File Without Using Contentsbridge Utility

    Printing a PDF File Without Using ContentsBridge Utility Here, we send the PDF file to the printer for printing using lpr command directly and not ContentsBridge Utility. Printing will be done with the following items configured according to the control panel settings. •...
  • Page 48: Printing From Web Browser

    Printing From Web Browser You can print from the web browser using CentreWare Internet Services. This feature can be used when the hard disk (optional) has been installed. Important • The hard disk may be damaged and erase important data saved in the hard disk. We recommend you back up your data.
  • Page 49 Click [Services] and on the displayed screen, configure settings, such as the file to be printed. Note • For details on the items that can be configured, refer to the Online Help for CentreWare Internet Services. • Print features that are not configured here will operate according to the following settings made on the printer receiving the data: •...
  • Page 50: Printing Via E-Mail - E-Mail Printing

    2.10 Printing via E-mail - E-mail Printing When the hard disk (optional) has been installed and the printer is connected to a network, enabling it to receive e-mails via TCP/IP communication, e-mails can be sent from the computer to this printer. Printing of e-mail contents and TIFF or PDF attachments can be done from this printer.
  • Page 51 Configuring the E-mail Environment (at This Printer) Configure the following items according to your e-mail environment under [Properties] of the CentreWare Internet Services. Note • After configuring the settings, always click [Apply New Settings] and switch off/on the printer to reboot. •...
  • Page 52 *: Default Required settings for the Receiving Item to be Protocol Item Description Value configured SMTP POP3 Protocol Receiving Set the e-mail receiving • SMTP* Settings > Protocol method. • POP3 E-mail Print Mail Set to print the attachments • None Headers and (TIFF, PDF) of the received mail •...
  • Page 53: Sending E-Mails

    Sending E-mails Attachments That Can Be Sent The following files can be sent as an attachment. • PDF file created by Adobe Acrobat 4 and Adobe Acrobat 5 (except one part of the features added by PDF1.4) • TIFF file Note •...
  • Page 54: Points To Note When Sending E-Mails

    Points to Note When Sending E-mails Security Issues E-mails are sent via internet, connecting computers from all over the world. As a result, caution must be made relating to security issues such that information is not easily seen or altered by third parties. Therefore, you are recommended to use methods to ensure that important information is secured.
  • Page 55: About Paper

    About Paper About Paper Using unsuitable paper may lead to paper jams, poor print quality, breakdown and damage to your printer. In order to use the features of this printer effectively, we suggest using only paper that is recommended here. When you use paper that is not recommended, contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers.
  • Page 56: About Paper

    Paper characteristics and caution on usage name FX P Plain Medium weight paper for internal distribution and 64 g/m general office use XEROX 20 lb Plain Medium weight paper for internal distribution and 4024DP general office use XEROX 20 lb...
  • Page 57: About Paper

    Special Media The following types of paper can be used for printing on this printer. These types of paper are called special media. Paper characteristics and caution on Paper name Weight Paper type usage JE001 Transparency Transparency without any white frame Note •...
  • Page 58: Unusable Paper

    Using the following types of paper might cause paper jams, malfunctions or damage to the machine. Do not use them. • Fuji Xerox full-color transparencies (example: V556, V558, V302) • Paper exclusively for ink-jet printer use • Paper that is too thick or thin •...
  • Page 59: Loading Paper

    Loading Paper Loading Paper in a Paper Tray Refer to • Paper type and size that can be loaded in paper tray: “Usable Paper” (P. 55) Place the paper tray on a flat surface and remove the lid. If the base plate of the paper tray is raised, push it down.
  • Page 60 Slide the tabs that you shifted at step 3 inwards to lock them. Squeeze the length guide and slide it to the desired paper size (1). Squeeze the right width guide and slide it to the desired paper size (2). Load the paper with the side to be printed facing up and with all four corners aligned.
  • Page 61: Loading Paper In The Bypass Tray (Optional)

    Loading Paper in the Bypass Tray (Optional) Important • Load paper into the bypass tray after switching on power. Refer to • Paper type and size that can be loaded in the bypass tray: “Usable Paper” (P. 55) Open the bypass tray (1). When loading long paper, pull out the extension tray (2).
  • Page 62: Automatic Tray Selection

    Automatic Tray Selection If you display the properties dialog box of the printer driver and select a paper type for [Specify Paper Type] and [Auto] for [Paper Source] on the [Tray/Output] tab for printing, this printer will be able to automatically detect paper trays loaded with the selected paper type and then among them, select the tray that matches the size and orientation of the document to be printed.
  • Page 63: Setting Custom Paper Sizes

    Setting Custom Paper Sizes When printing on custom size paper, register the paper size in the printer driver. Setting on the control panel is also required to print custom size paper loaded in trays 1 to 4. This section explains how to configure the size on the control panel. For details on registration on the printer driver, refer to “Setting Custom Paper Sizes”...
  • Page 64: Setting Paper Types

    Setting Paper Types Prior settings on the control panel are required for the types of paper loaded in trays 1 to 4. For accurate image quality processing, refer to the following table and set the paper types on the control panel. Important •...
  • Page 65: Settings On The Control Panel

    Settings on the Control Panel Overview of the Common Menu Menu Configuration There are two types of menus: common menu and mode menu. The common menu is the menu from which you can set the common items for all print modes.
  • Page 66 The common menu has the following items: Common menu Content Print Language Contains the mode menus used for the HP-GL, HP-GL/2, or PCL emulation mode settings and for the PDF file direct printing feature settings. Note • Refer to “Print Language” (P. 71) for the items to be configured for the PCL emulation mode and the PDF file direct printing feature.
  • Page 67: Changing Menu Settings

    Changing Menu Settings Basic Operations Press one of the following buttons to display the menu screen or to set the printer by browsing though each menu structure. Ready to print To display the menu screen, press the <Menu> button at the print screen. Menu Print Language To move between items, press the <...
  • Page 68 Example: Changing the Low Power/Sleep Mode Settings This section describes how to set the common menu. In this example, you set the transitional time to the low power mode to 15 minutes and the time to the sleep mode to 30 minutes.
  • Page 69 Continued from previous page System Settings Low Power Timer 12. Press the < > button. Low Power Timer 5 Mins * 13. Press the < > or < > button to set the transitional time to the low power mode. The available setting values range from 5 to 30 minutes in increments of 1 minute.
  • Page 70 Continued from previous page System Settings Sleep Mode Timer 22. Press the < > button. Sleep Mode Timer 10 Mins * 23. Press the < > or < > button to set the transitional time to the sleep mode. The available setting values range from 5 to 30 minutes in increments of 1 minute.
  • Page 71: Description Of Menu Items

    The settings of [Process Mode], [Quantity], [2 Sided], [Print Mode], [Password], [Collated], [Output Size], and [Layout] are available only for printing a PDF file without using ContentsBridge Utility (Utility software is supplied by Fuji Xerox). Refer to • “2.8 Direct Printing of PDF File” (P. 40) Process Mode Selects the mode for printing PDF files.
  • Page 72: Print Mode

    2 Sided Makes settings for 2 sided printing. Note • You can set this item only when the duplex unit (optional) is installed. [Off] (default) Select this when you do not want to perform 2 sided printing. [Long Edge Flip] Select this to print a document so that the printed characters face toward you when paper is flipped along the long edge.
  • Page 73 Layout Select this to set the print layout. Note • This item will not be displayed when [PS] has been selected for [Process Mode]. [Auto %] (default) Select this option to automatically set the magnification percentage so that the magnification ratio to the paper size for printing will become the largest. Based on the document size of the PDF file, the printer will determine whether it is A4 or letter size before printing.
  • Page 74: Paper Tray

    Sets the PCL emulation mode. Paper Tray Specifies the paper tray to be used for printing. Candidate values are as follows: [Auto] (default) This searches for the tray loaded with the paper size specified in [Output Size] and automatically feeds paper from it. [Tray 1] [Tray 2] [Tray 3]...
  • Page 75: Symbol Set

    Orientation The paper printing direction can be selected from [Portrait] and [Landscape]. The default is [Portrait]. 2 Sided Print Specifies whether to perform 2 sided printing. The default is [Off]. When you select [On], you can select [Long Edge Flip] or [Short Edge Flip] as the binding direction.
  • Page 76: Admin Menu

    Admin Menu The [Admin Menu] is used for the network/port settings, system settings (for alarm, power saver mode, and machine clock, etc.), printer settings, allocate memory settings, initialization of printer setting values and hard disks, and form data deletion settings. Network/Port The [Network/Port] menu is used to set the type of the printer interface connected to a computer and the necessary conditions for its communications.
  • Page 77 *3 (refer to P. 95) Auto Eject Time Sets the interval for the printer to automatically print the remaining data when no further data is received for a continuous period. The time can be set between 5 to 1275 seconds in increments of 5 seconds. The default is [30 Secs].
  • Page 78 *3 (refer to P. 95) Auto Eject Time Sets the time interval for the printer to automatically print the remaining data when no further data is received for a continuous period. The time can be set between 5 to 1275 seconds in increments of 5 seconds. The default is [30 Secs].
  • Page 79 *3 (refer to P. 95) Connect Time-Out Specifies the time interval for disconnection when no further data is received. You can specify a value between 2 and 3600 seconds in increments of 1 second. The default is [16 Secs]. TBCP Filter Specifies whether to enable or disable the TBCP filter when processing PostScript data.
  • Page 80 TBCP Filter Specifies whether to enable or disable the TBCP filter when processing PostScript data. This item is displayed when the PostScript software kit (optional) is installed. The default is [Disable]. Select this to use SMB. Port Status Specifies whether to enable or disable the SMB port when the printer turns on. The default is [Enable], which means the SMB port is available.
  • Page 81 Select this to use IPP. Port Status Specifies whether to enable or disable the IPP port when the printer turns on. The default is [Disable]. To use IPP, select [Enable] for this setting. Note • To enable the IPP port, IP address must be specified. Important •...
  • Page 82 EtherTalk Select this to use EtherTalk. This item is displayed only when the PostScript software kit (optional) is installed. Port Status Specifies whether to enable or disable the EtherTalk port when the printer turns on. The default is [Disable]. To use EtherTalk, select [Enable] for this setting. Important •...
  • Page 83 Adobe Protocol Specifies the communications protocol for PostScript. This item is displayed only when the PostScript software kit (optional) is installed. [Normal] (default) Select this when the communication protocol is in ASCII format. [Binary] Select this when the communication protocol is in binary format. Selecting this may cause the printing process to be faster than [Normal] depending on the printing data.
  • Page 84 TBCP Filter Specifies whether to enable or disable the TBCP filter when processing PostScript data. This item is displayed only when the PostScript software kit (optional) is installed. The default is [Disable]. UPnP Makes settings fpr UPnP (Universal Plug and Play). Port Status Specifies whether to enable or disable the UPnP when the printer turns on.
  • Page 85: Wins Server

    TCP/IP Settings Get IP Address Specifies whether to automatically or manually retrieve the necessary information for using TCP/IP (IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address) from the DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server with AutoIP feature, DHCP server, BOOTP, or RARP. For the addresses you need to set manually, contact your network administrator.
  • Page 86: System Settings

    Ethernet Specifies the communication speed/connector type of the Ethernet interface. [Auto] (default) Select this to switch between 100BASE-TX and 10BASE-T automatically. [100BASE-TX] Select this to use 100BASE-TX only. [10BASE-T] Select this to use 10BASE-T only. IPX/SPX Frame Type Specifies the operational frame type of IPX/SPX. [Auto] (default) Select this to automatically configure the frame type.
  • Page 87: Low Power Mode

    *3 (refer to P. 95) Panel Settings Panel Lock Specifies whether to limit the menu operations with a password. Selecting [On] requires the operator to enter the password. The default is [Off]. Note • If [On] is selected but the password is not specified, the password setting screen will be displayed. Enter a 12-digit number as the password by pressing the <...
  • Page 88: Print Area

    *3 (refer to P. 95) Sleep Mode Timer Specify the transitional time to sleep mode between 5 and 30 minutes in increments of 1 minute. Once the power saver mode is turned on, the display of the control panel is turned off and the lamp of the <Power Saver>...
  • Page 89: Printer Settings

    Set Time Enter the time in the format of “hh/mm” (e.g. 12/02). Date Format Select the date display order from “yyyy/mm/dd” (year/month/day), “mm/dd/yyyy” (month/ day/year), and “dd/mm/yyyy” (day/month/year). Time Format Select the time display from 12-hour display and 24-hour display. Time Zone Specify the time zone if required.
  • Page 90: Paper Priority

    [Bypass Feed] Select this to print on paper loaded in the bypass tray. You can select this only when the bypass tray (optional) is installed. Note • If a computer issues the instruction about paper selection, it overwrites this setting. Paper Type Specifies the paper type to be loaded in trays.
  • Page 91: Job Offset

    Paper Size Specifies the paper size to be loaded in trays. Note • For details on the paper sizes available for each tray, refer to “Usable Paper” (P. 55). • You cannot configure settings for tray 1 if the bypass tray (optional) is installed. Tray 1 to Tray 4 [Auto] (default) Select this to load the standard size paper.
  • Page 92 DefaultPaperSize Specifies the default setting of the paper size when using E-mail Printing feature, the paper size when printing the reports, and the [Output Size] setting of the each print mode to [A4] or [8.5×11"]. This default is [A4]. *3 (refer to P. 95) Allocate Memory [Allocate Memory] menu is used to change the capacity of the memory for each interface and the form memory.
  • Page 93: Buffer Size

    Buffer Size For each interface, specify the memory capacity of the receive buffer (in which the data sent from a computer is saved temporarily). For LPD, SMB, and IPP, specify the availability of spool processing, locations, and memory capacity. You can change the receive buffer capacity depending on how busy the conditions are and purposes.
  • Page 94: Hard Disk

    IPP Spool [Off] (default) Select this if you do not want to perform spool processing. When IPP data from a computer is being processed, data from another computer cannot be received via the same interface. Specify the IPP specific receive buffer memory capacity between 64 and 1024 KB in increments of 32 KB.
  • Page 95: Stored Documents

    Stored Documents Select this to delete the documents stored for secure print. If there are no such documents, “No stored documents” will be displayed. This item is displayed when the hard disk (optional) is installed. When [Auto] is selected and the printer detects a printer language that is not installed in this printer or an unsupported printer language, the data will be deleted.
  • Page 96: Menu List

    Menu List For details on each feature, refer to “4.2 Description of Menu Items” (P. 71). • Main operation and buttons on the control panel Display/Close the Menu screen <Menu> button Switch between the menu levels < > button (moves one level downwards) or < >...
  • Page 97 Continued from previous page Continued on next page 4.3 Menu List...
  • Page 98 Continued from previous page 4 Settings on the Control Panel...
  • Page 99 From P. 97 From P. 97 4.3 Menu List...
  • Page 100 From P. 97 4 Settings on the Control Panel...
  • Page 101: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting When Paper Jams CAUTION • When removing jammed paper, make sure that no pieces of torn paper are left in the machine. A piece of paper remaining in the machine can cause fire. If a sheet of paper is wrapped around the heat roller, or when clearing a jammed paper that is difficult or impossible to see, do not try to remove it by yourself.
  • Page 102: Inside Cover A

    Inside Cover A Follow the procedure below to remove any jammed paper when the control panel displays either of the following messages: “Paper jam Open Cover A” or “Remove cartridge Clear jam” Open cover A, and holding the drum/toner cartridge by the grip, remove it from the printer (1).
  • Page 103 Pulling out paper trays Pull out all paper trays and remove any wrinkled paper. Examine the inside of the printer and remove any jammed paper. Note • When two levels of the optional tray have been installed and an A5 size (length 148.5 mm) paper is jammed at the rear of the tray module, hold both edges of the paper with your hands and pull it out.
  • Page 104: When Problems Occur

    When Problems Occur Before treating the problem as a machine breakdown, refer to the following table and check the printer condition again. WARNING • Never open or remove machine covers that are secured with screws unless specifically instructed in the user guide. A high voltage component can cause electric shock. •...
  • Page 105 Symptom Reason/Action Cannot print. Is the light of the <Ready> indicator off? If so, this printer is offline or in the menu setting mode. Fix the problem according to the following display status: • “Off-line” Press the <Online> button to exit the offline mode. •...
  • Page 106 Symptom Reason/Action Poor print quality. Image trouble has probably occurred. Refer to the section after this, “When the Print Quality Is Poor” to rectify the problem. Refer to • “5.3 When the Print Quality Is Poor” (P. 108) The correct characters are not This printer is printing with non-standard built-in fonts.
  • Page 107 Symptom Reason/Action Paper cannot be fed. Is the paper correctly loaded? Load the paper correctly. For labels, transparencies, Paper jam. postcards, or envelopes, fan them well first to allow air to enter between each sheet Multiple papers are fed. before loading. Papers are fed at an angle.
  • Page 108: When The Print Quality Is Poor

    When the Print Quality Is Poor When the print quality is poor, select the closest symptom from the following table to rectify the problem. If the print quality does not improve after carrying out the appropriate action, contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers. Symptom Reason/Action Printing is light (faded,...
  • Page 109 Symptom Reason/Action Printed image smudges when The paper loaded in the paper tray does not match the paper type set on the control rubbed with your finger. panel. Set the appropriate paper type of the paper loaded in the paper tray on the The toner is not fixed on the control panel.
  • Page 110 Symptom Reason/Action Text or images are printed at The paper tray guides are not set in the correct positions. Set the length guide and the an angle. right width guide in the correct positions. Refer to • “Loading Paper in a Paper Tray” (P. 59) Transparencies and envelopes The type of transparency or envelope loaded cannot be used in this printer.
  • Page 111: Message List

    Message List Message List (Alphabetical Order) This section describes the messages displayed on the control panel. If the displayed error code is in the format of “xxx-xxx”, refer to “List of Error Codes” (P. 115). Message Condition/Reason/Action xxxx This indicates that the report/list is being printed. Printing...
  • Page 112 Message Condition/Reason/Action Corrupt HD file When the hard disk (optional) is installed, the printer assumes that data in the hard Press Set key disk is corrupted if power is cut off when the printer is in use. Press the <Eject/Set> button on the control panel. The hard disk will be initialized. Important •...
  • Page 113 Message Condition/Reason/Action Open Cover C and Paper jam has occurred around the printer duplex unit. Open cover C of the printer to remove paper remove the jammed paper. Refer to • “5.1 When Paper Jams” (P. 101) Open Cover D and Paper jam has occurred in the offset catch tray of the printer.
  • Page 114 Message Condition/Reason/Action Ready to print An error has occurred in the printer. xxx-xxx Switch off the power. After the control panel display is turned off, switch on the power again. If the error code appears again, check the error code “xxx-xxx” displayed and perform the appropriate procedures.
  • Page 115: List Of Error Codes

    Message Condition/Reason/Action SeeBypassSetKey [On] is selected for [Bypass-Wait User] on the control panel for printing HP-GL or xxxx XXXX HP-GL/2 data. Load the paper whose size and orientation is “xxxx” and whose paper type is “XXXX” into the bypass tray, or check that such paper is loaded in the tray. Press the <Eject/ Set>...
  • Page 116 Error code Reason/Action 016-503 SMTP server name is not set correctly. Check whether the settings for SMTP server are correct under [Properties] of CentreWare Internet Services. Also check the settings for DNS server. Refer to • “Environment Settings for E-mail Printing” (P. 50) 016-504 POP3 server name is not set correctly at [POP before SMTP] for sending e-mails.
  • Page 117 Error code Reason/Action 016-721 Error in print processing. This may be due to the following reasons. • When [Paper Priority] of [Printer Settings] in the common menu has been set to [Not Selected] for all paper, a job is sent to print using auto paper supply. To print a job using auto paper supply, configure priority settings for any paper.
  • Page 118 Error code Reason/Action 016-755 Cannot print PDF file that does not have print permission. Use Adobe Acrobat to cancel print prohibit settings in the PDF file, and print again. Refer to • Adobe Acrobat related manuals 016-761 Error in image processing. When [High Resolution] is selected for [Print Mode] in the [Graphics] tab, change it to [Standard] and print again.
  • Page 119 Error code Reason/Action 116-748 No drawing data in HP-GL and HP-GL/2 print data. Check the print data. 116-750 Cannot print banner sheet due to failure in banner sheet feeding tray. Restore the banner sheet feeding tray to its normal status. Or, change the banner sheet feeding tray at the control panel.
  • Page 120: Network Related Troubles

    Network Related Troubles Using TCP/IP This section describes how to identify the cause and fix an error when a problem occurs in the TCP/IP environment. For the troubles that occur in other environments, refer to the Network Print Environment User Guide. For Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me When the Printer Is Not Printing This section explains how to fix the printer status when “Unable to print (xxxx Error)”...
  • Page 121: Using Centreware Internet Services

    For Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 When the Printer Is Not Printing Cause Verification Action Incorrect IP address. Ask your network administrator Specify the correct IP address to check that the IP address is for the printer. correct. The print data sent from a Check the memory capacity of If a single file of print data...
  • Page 122 Symptom Reason/Action The new settings were not Is the entered value correct? reflected by clicking the [Apply If an invalid value is entered, it will be automatically changed to a New Settings] button. value within the range. Clicking the [Apply New Are the user name and password correct? Settings] button prompts Enter the correct user name and password.
  • Page 123: Mail Related Troubles

    Mail Related Troubles This section explains how to fix the troubles when the Mail Notice Service and E-mail Printing features are used. Symptom Reason/Action Cannot perform E-mail Printing. Check the following settings in [Properties] of CentreWare Internet Services. • Is the printer e-mail address specified? •...
  • Page 124: Daily Care

    Daily Care Replacing the Drum/Toner Cartridge The drum/toner cartridge includes the toner and the photosensitive drum. When it is about time to replace the drum/toner cartridge, the following message appears on the control panel. When this message is displayed, replace the drum/toner After the message is displayed, cartridge.
  • Page 125 Replacing the Drum/Toner Cartridge Remove any output paper and open cover Note • When the offset catch tray (optional) is installed, fold the tray first before opening cover A. Important • Do not touch any parts inside the printer. Hold the drum/toner cartridge by the grip and pull it out slowly.
  • Page 126 Hold the drum/toner cartridge by the grip and insert it into the slot inside the printer. Important • Do not touch any parts inside the printer. • Ensure that the drum/toner cartridge is loaded securely in place. • After opening cover A, remove any dust or stains inside the printer with a dry clean cloth.
  • Page 127: Printing Reports/Lists

    Printing Reports/Lists This section explains the types of reports/lists and how to print them. Types of Reports/Lists Other than print data from the computer, this printer has the feature to print the following reports/lists. Reports Description System Settings List Prints status of the printer such as hardware configuration and network information.
  • Page 128 Reports Description Prints setting information of HP-GL/2 emulation mode. ® HP-GL/2 Settings List Prints a list of logical printers created in HP-GL/2 emulation mode. ® HP-GL/2 Logical Printers/ Allows you to check the settings for up to 10 registered logical Stored Jobs List printers.
  • Page 129: Printing Reports/Lists

    Printing Reports/Lists Print the report/list by operating the control panel. Press the <Menu> button to display the Menu screen. Press the < > or < > button until [Report/List] is displayed, then press the < > button. Press the < > or < > button until the desired report/list is displayed, then press the <...
  • Page 130: Checking/Managing The Printer Status On A Web Browser

    Checking/Managing the Printer Status on a Web Browser When the printer is installed in a TCP/IP environment, you can check printer status and configure settings using a web browser on a network computer. This feature is known as CentreWare Internet Services. You can also check the remaining volume of consumables and paper loaded in this printer via CentreWare Internet Services.
  • Page 131: For Internet Explorer

    Browsers • Netscape Communicator 4.78, Netscape 7 for Windows • Internet Explorer ver6.0 SP1 for Windows • Opera 7 for Windows • Netscape 7 for Macintosh • Internet Explorer ver5 (Mac OS 8.x/9.x), 5.2 (Mac OS X), 6.0 • Safari 1.0 (Mac OS X v10.2) Web Browser Settings for CentreWare Internet Services You are recommended to bypass the proxy server and specify the printer’s address directly when using the CentreWare Internet Services.
  • Page 132: Procedure

    Procedure To use CentreWare Internet Services, follow the procedures below to activate the web browser. Activate the computer and web browser. At the address column of the web browser, enter the IP address or URL of the printer and then press the <Enter> key. •...
  • Page 133: Ip Filter Feature Via Ip Address List

    IP Filter Feature via IP Address List This feature allows you to register the IP addresses of computers that can be used in this printer. This will limit IP address used for receiving print data. Click [Properties] in CentreWare Internet Services. Click [Protocol Settings] >...
  • Page 134: Checking Printer Status Via E-Mail

    Checking Printer Status via E-mail When connected to a network environment where sending and receiving of e-mails is possible, this printer can send an e-mail with the following report to a specified e-mail address: completed print jobs from the computer, error history, list of rejected print jobs/ e-mails.
  • Page 135 Setting the E-mail Environment (at This Printer) Activate CentreWare Internet Services and set Port Status, Machine E-Mail Address, TCP/ IP environment and mail server. Configure the following items according to your e-mail environment under [Properties]. Note • After configuring the settings, always click [Apply New Settings] and switch off/on the printer to reboot. •...
  • Page 136 Select the [Notify Job End by E-mail] check box. Enter the e-mail address for notification in [E-mail Address]. Click [OK]. 6 Daily Care...
  • Page 137: Checking Printed

    Checking Printed Pages This section explains how to check the total number of printed pages. Checking Total Printed Pages on Meter The total number of printed pages for different meters can be checked on the display of the control panel. The meter is divided according to the color modes.
  • Page 138: How To Print The Print Meter Report

    How to Print the Print Meter Report Press the <Menu> button to display the Menu screen. Press the < > or < > button until [Report/List] is displayed, then press the < > button. Press the < > or < > button until [Print Meter] is displayed, then press the < > button.
  • Page 139: Cleaning The Printer

    Cleaning the Printer This section describes how to clean the printer in order to maintain it in good condition and print clean printouts all the time. CAUTION • Be sure to switch off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the machine for cleaning, maintenance, or fault clearance.
  • Page 140: Cleaning The Interior

    Cleaning the Interior After clearing paper jams or replacing the drum/toner cartridge, inspect the inside of the printer before closing cover A. CAUTION • Never touch a labeled area found on or near the heat roller. You can get burnt. If a sheet of paper is wrapped around the heat roller, do not try to remove it by yourself to avoid injuries or burns.
  • Page 141: Cleaning The Feed Roll

    Cleaning the Feed Roll When feeding cannot be done, follow the procedure below to wipe the feed roll gently with a well-wrung soft cloth. There are feed rolls in the interior of this printer (two locations, total of four), tray module (one location), paper tray (one location) and optional bypass tray (one location).
  • Page 142 Pull the paper tray out of the printer. While pushing the retard part (see right diagram) down (1), widen the tab on the feed roll to loosen it (2) and then slowly remove the feed roll from the shaft of the paper tray (3).
  • Page 143: When Moving The Printer

    When Moving the Printer Carry out the following procedure when moving the printer. CAUTION • The machine, without the optional accessories, paper trays, consumables and paper, weighs 20.0 kg (DocuPrint 205) or 22.0 kg (DocuPrint 255/305). When moving the equipment, make sure that there are two or more persons carrying it. •...
  • Page 144: A.1 Specifications

    DocuPrint 255: 1 sided print: 25.4 sheets/min *3, 4 2 sided print: 17.8 sheets/min DocuPrint 305: 1 sided print: 30.6 sheets/min *3, 4 2 sided print: 21.4 sheets/min *1 The print speed may decrease due to paper type such as postcard, transparency or envelope;...
  • Page 145 Item Contents Paper size Tray 1 Standard sizes that can be automatically detected: , B5 , A4 , A4 , B4 , A3 , Letter (8.5 × 11") Legal (8.5 × 14") Others: Custom (76 × 98 - 305 × 900 mm) Tray 2 - 4 Standard sizes that can be automatically detected: , B5...
  • Page 146 DocuPrint 205/255: Maximum 1100 W or less, average during working 600 W or less DocuPrint 305: Maximum 1100 W or less, average during working 650 W or less Low power mode: 15 W or less, Sleep mode: 10 W or less...
  • Page 147: Printable Area

    Item Contents Weight DocuPrint 205: 21.6 kg (including drum/toner cartridge) DocuPrint 255/305: 23.6 kg Printable Area Top edge 4 mm Unprintable area Printable area Left 4 mm Right 4 mm Bottom edge 4 mm A.1 Specifications...
  • Page 148: Optional Accessories And Consumables

    Optional Accessories and Consumables Optional Accessories The main optional accessories are as follows. Contact our Customer Support Center or your dealers to order these. Product Product name Reference code Additional hard disk E3300052 Allows you to use Secure Print and Sample Print features.
  • Page 149: Consumables

    Consumables This section explains how to handle the types of consumables. For details on the replacement procedure of the consumables, refer to the procedure listed in the packaging box of the consumables and “6.1 Replacing the Drum/Toner Cartridge” (P. 124). Important •...
  • Page 150: Life Of Consumables And Regular Replacement Parts

    Life of Consumables and Regular Replacement Parts Life of Consumables Product name Possible number of pages printed Drum/toner cartridge (6K) About 6,000 sheets Drum/toner cartridge (10K) About 10,000 sheets Note • The possible number of pages that can be printed with the drum/toner cartridge is the number of pages printed continuously at a print ratio of 5% using A4 size paper.
  • Page 151: How To Obtain Product Information

    • Please take note that the communication cost will be borne by the customers. Click [About] on the [Detailed Settings] tab of the printer properties dialog box. Click the [Fuji Xerox Web Site] button. The web browser will be activated and the web site displayed.
  • Page 152: Output Size And Memory Capacity

    Output Size and Memory Capacity The memory capacity required for a print job differs according to the print mode settings on the printer driver and the output size for printing. Values of the required memory capacity also differ according to the usage environment of this printer. Refer to the table below for the memory capacity and send your print job.
  • Page 153 PostScript Printer Driver Memory capacity Memory capacity 1 sided print (Unit: MB) 2 sided print (Unit: MB) Print Guaranteed Guaranteed Paper size Possible output Possible output mode output output Standard Custom Long paper (305 × 900 mm) High Resolution Custom Long paper (305 ×...
  • Page 154: Precautions And Limitations

    Precautions and Limitations Precautions and Limitations of This Printer This section explains the precautions and limitations of using this printer. Optional Hard Disk • Additional memory must be installed when the hard disk (optional) is installed on the printer • When the hard disk is installed, the printer may assume that data in the hard disk is corrupted if power is cut off when the printer is in use.
  • Page 155 Usable Paper The usable sizes of paper that can be used with this printer are shown in the following table. Paper feeding tray Output tray Paper size and Duplex orientation unit Bypass Center Offset Tray1 Tray2 - 4 Rear tray tray output tray catch tray...
  • Page 156: Tiff File Format

    TIFF File Format Supported TIFF formats are as follows. BitPer Photometric Multi-value color JPEG/ Compression Sample Interpretation PackBits, RGB Palette WhiteIsZero Uncompressed (1) G3 FAX (3) G4 FAX (4) LZW (5) PackBits (32773) BlackIsZero Uncompressed (1) G3 FAX (3) G4 FAX (4) LZW (5) PackBits (32773) WhiteIsZero...
  • Page 157 BitPer Photometric Multi-value color JPEG/ Compression Sample Interpretation PackBits, RGB Palette 8,8,8 RGB (2) Uncompressed (1) LZW (5) JPEG (6) JPEG (7) PackBits (32773) YCbCr (6) Uncompressed (1) LZW (5) JPEG (6) JPEG (7) PackBits (32773) ITULAB (10) Uncompressed (1) LZW (5) JPEG (6) JPEG (7)
  • Page 158: Printing Using The Serial Interface

    Printing Using the Serial Interface When printing using the serial interface, you need to specify the following settings on the printer and the printer driver. Settings on the Printer Set the following settings using the control panel. Refer to • For details about each items on the control panel: “Serial” (P. 77) Press the <Menu>...
  • Page 159: Settings On The Printer Driver

    Settings on the Printer Driver The procedure here explains with Windows XP as an example. Set the port that is used when installing to COM n (n=1, 2, 3,…). After installation, click [Start] on the taskbar, then select [Printers and Faxes]. Click the icon of this printer, and then select [Properties] from the [File] menu.
  • Page 160: Glossary

    Glossary 100BASE-TX An extension of 10BASE-T and a predominant form of FastEthernet. Its transmission speed is 100 Mbps, a great jump in speed from 10 Mbps of 10BASE-T. 10BASE-T The 10Base-T system uses a twisted-pair cable, base band transmission and operates at 10 Mbps.
  • Page 161: Interface Cable

    Abbreviation of Domain Name System, a data query service chiefly used on the Internet for translating host names into Internet addresses. Abbreviation of dot per inch, a unit expressing the number of dots that can be printed in a width of 1 inch (about 25.4 mm). Used as a unit expressing resolution. Driver A device to spin the disk.
  • Page 162: Local Printer

    IP address An address for a computer or device on a TCP/IP network. The format of an IP address is a 32-bit numeric address written as four numbers separated by periods. A protocol for printing using HTTP. JavaScript A scripting language developed by Netscape Communications and executable on web browsers.
  • Page 163: Printer Driver

    A network communication method able to send data on Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003. For Windows 95/Windows 98/ Windows Me, the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility (Utility software is supplied by Fuji Xerox) must be installed. For Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003, Port9100 can be used on the standard TCP/IP port monitor.
  • Page 164 SNMP A protocol that manages devices connected to the network. SNP works through the SNMP manager and SNMP agents. SNMP manager is software that manages devices, and SNMP agents are the devices that are managed. Software Program to operate the computer. Software includes the OS as well as application software. TCP/IP A network protocol developed by DARPANET (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency NetWork).
  • Page 165: Index

    Index Symbols, Numerics < > < > < > < > buttons ..15, 96 date settings ......88 Delayed Print .
  • Page 166: Troubleshooting

    loading envelopes ....22 print confidential document ....32 loading paper in a paper tray .
  • Page 167 upgrade firmware ......151 latest printer driver ....151 UPnP .
  • Page 168 Other comments: After completing this form, detach and send it to the address below. (Please use your own envelope and postage stamp.) Thank you for your cooperation. Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. KSP R&D 2D7 3-2-1, Sakado, Takatsu-ku Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken JAPAN 213-0012.
  • Page 169 DocuPrint 205/255/305 User Guide Human Interface Design Development ME3208E2-1 (Edition 1) Document Products & Supply Company © Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. Copyright 2003 by Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.

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