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fi-4120C Image Scanner
Operator's Guide

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  • Page 1 P3PC-E007-02EN fi-4120C Image Scanner Operator's Guide...
  • Page 2 INTRODUCTION Thank you for buying the fi-4120C Duplex Color Scanner. The fi-4120C scanner is capable of scanning color images on both sides, and has the following features. I I I I Easy Scanning and Display The ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) allows you to scan A4-size duplex color documents at a high speed of 25 pages per minute.
  • Page 3: About This Manual

    6 REPLACING CONSUMABLES This chapter describes how to replace scanner consumables. 7 TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes how to remedy document jams, other trouble, items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner, and how to check device labels.
  • Page 4 This chapter describes the required document size and paper quality for ensuring correct operation of the ADF. 9 SCANNER SPECIFICATION This chapter lists the scanner specifications. We hope that this manual is useful in taking full advantage of the fi-4120C Duplex Color Scanner's advantages. April, 2002...
  • Page 5 Revisions FCC declaration This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
  • Page 6 Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. • NOTICE • This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conformme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
  • Page 7 Bescheimigung des Herstellers / Importeurs Hiermit wird bescheinigt, daß der/dieldas • fi-4120C in Übereinsstimmung mit den Bestimmungen der • AmtsblVfg 243/1991 funkentstört ist. Der Deutschen Bundesport wurde das Inverkehrbringen dieses Gerätes angezeigt und die Berechtigung zur Überprüfung der Serie auf Einhaltung der Bestimmungen eingeräumt.
  • Page 8 International Energy Star Program As a participating operator of the International Energy Star Program, PFU LIMITED. certifies that this product satisfies the requirements of the International Energy Star Program. The International Energy Star Program is an international program for promoting energy conservation in computers and other office equipment.
  • Page 9 • Vaporize, crumb, condense the scanner. • Aspirate the chemical liquid containd in scanner parts. Dispose of the scanner should be conducted as required by local ordinances or regulations. Illegal Copying Copying of bank notes, currency, government-issued bonds and passports, licenses and permits issued by public and private organizations, official documents, private documents, etc.
  • Page 10 Trademarks ® Microsoft , Windows trademarks of Microsoft Corporation of the USA and other respective countries. ® ISIS is a registered trademark of Pixel Translations, A Division of Actionpoint Inc. Adobe and the Adobe logo as well as Acrobat and the Acrobat Logo are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
  • Page 11: Safety Precautions

    Preface Safety Precautions This manual describes important details for ensuring the safe and correct use of this product. Thoroughly read this manual before you start to use this product. In particular, be sure to read and fully understand the Safety Precautions described in this manual before you use this product.
  • Page 12: Symbols Used In This Manual

    Symbols Used In This Manual This manual uses the following symbols in explanations in addition to warning indications. HINT This symbol alerts operators to particularly important information. Be sure to read this information. This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice regarding operation.
  • Page 13: Screen Examples In This Manual

    User's Manual of the scanner application you are using. Furthermore, the screenshots in this manual are for the FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner driver and the Image Capturing Software Utilities "ScandAll 21" for Microsoft ®...
  • Page 14 Safety Precautions The following describes important warnings described in this manual. Do not damage the AC cable. Use only specified AC cables and connector cables A damaged AC cable might cause fire or electric shock. Do not place heavy objects on AC cables, or pull, bend, twist, heat, damage or modify AC cables.
  • Page 15 Accumulated dust might cause fire or electric shock. Do not install the scanner in locations subject to oil smoke, steam, humidity, and dust. Doing so might cause fire or electric shock.
  • Page 16 Do not use the scanner if you smell strange odor. If you sense heat coming from devices or detect other malfunctions such as smoke, strange smells or strange noises, immediately press down the power button to turn off the scanner and then disconnect its power plug.
  • Page 17 Do not scan wet document or document with paper clips. Do not splash or allow the scanner to get wet. If foreign objects (water, small metal objects, liquids, etc.) get inside the scanner, immediately press down the power button to turn off the scanner and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet.
  • Page 18 Do not touch the inside of the scanner unless necessary. Do not disassemble or modify the scanner. The inside of the scanner contains high-voltage components. Touching these components might cause fire or electric shock. xvii...
  • Page 19 Do not insert or disconnect the power plug with wet hands. Doing so might cause electric shock. Install the scanner on a desk so that none of its parts protrude outside of the desktop. Also, make sure that the scanner is installed on a flat, level surface.
  • Page 20 Do not place heavy objects or climb on top of the scanner. Do not place heavy objects on the scanner or use the scanner's top surface for performing other work. Improper installation might cause injuries.
  • Page 21 Do not use aerosol sprays near the scanner. Avoid any contact when scanner is in use. Install the scanner away from strong magnetic fields and other sources of noise. Also, protect the scanner from static electricity as this might cause the scanner to malfunction.
  • Page 22 Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet when the scanner is not used for a long period of time. When the scanner is not used for a long period of time, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the power outlet for safety's sake.
  • Page 23 Fujitsu Group Offices Please send your comments on this manual or on Fujitsu products to the following addresses: FUJITSU COMPUTER PRODUCTS OF AMERICA, INC. 2904 Orchard Parkway, San Jose, CA 95134-2009, U.S.A. Phone: (1-800)591-5924; (1-408)432-6333 Technical Assistance Center: (1-800)626-4686 Fax: (1-408)894-1709 Website: http://www.fcpa.com/...
  • Page 24 Via Nazario Sauro, 38 20099 Sesto San Giovanni (Milan), Italy Phone: (39-02)26294-1 Fax: (39-02)26294-201 Website: http://www.fujitsu-europe.com/ FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LTD. Fujitsu House 2 Julius Avenue North Ryde, N.S.W 2113 Australia Phone: (61-2)9776-4555 Fax: (61-2)9776-4019 Website: http://au.fujitsu.com/ FUJITSU TAIWAN LTD. 19th Fl., No39, Sec.1,Chung- hwa Rd., Taipei, Taiwan...
  • Page 25 FUJITSU SYSTEMS BUSINESS (THAILAND) LTD. 12th Fl., Olympia Thai Tower, 444 Rachadapisek Road, Samsennok, Huay kwang, Bangkok 10320, Thailand Phone: (662)512-6066 Fax: (662)512-6068 Website: http://th.fujitsu.com/ FUJITSU MALAYSIA SDN.BHD. 7th FL., Wisma Damansara, Jalan Semantan 50490 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA Phone: (60-3)254-3644 Fax: (60-3)253-3940 Website: http://my.fujitsu.com/...
  • Page 26: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1 PREPARING THE SCANNER ...1 1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package ... 2 1.2 Names and Functions of Parts ... 4 1.3 Operator panel ... 9 2 INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER...15 2.1 Installing the Scanner ... 16 2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC ...
  • Page 27 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles ... 95 7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner ... 114 7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner ... 118 8 ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION .121 8.1 Document Size ... 122 8.2 Document Quality ...
  • Page 28: Preparing The Scanner

    PREPARING THE SCANNER This chapter describes how to prepare the scanner for use. 1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package ... 2 1.2 Names and Functions of Parts ... 4 1.3 Operator panel ... 9...
  • Page 29: Checking The Contents Of The Scanner Package

    1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package When you unpack the scanner package, make sure that all the following parts are included in the package. If any parts are missing or defective, contact your sales representative. Handle the scanner and accessories with care.
  • Page 30 ADF paper chute • • USB interface Scanner driver cable CD-ROM • • Manual CD-ROM Operator's Guide (this manual) 1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package • AC adapter • AC cable ® ® • Adobe Acrobat 5.0 CD-ROM •...
  • Page 31: Names And Functions Of Parts

    1.2 Names and Functions of Parts This section describes the names of parts and their functions. I I I I Front (1) Automatic document feeder (ADF) 1.2 Names and Functions of Parts (2) ADF paper chute (3) Side guide (6) Stacker (4) ADF button (5) Operator panel...
  • Page 32 Press this button to open the ADF cover, for example, to remove jammed documents in the ADF. Used for operating the scanner. The scanner status is shown on the Function No. display. Documents are stacked here after they are scanned.
  • Page 33 I I I I Rear (10) DC inlet (7) SCSI ID switch (8) SCSI Interface connector (9) USB Interface connector 1.2 Names and Functions of Parts...
  • Page 34 DC inlet 1.2 Names and Functions of Parts Function Sets the SCSI ID. (Set to "5" before the scanner is shipped from the factory.) Connect the SCSI interface cable from the host PC or Computer here. Connect the USB interface cable from the host PC or Computer here.
  • Page 35 I I I I Removable Parts The following shows the parts that can be removed from the scanner. Sheet guide PAD ASY 1.2 Names and Functions of Parts ADF paper chute Pick roller Removal is possible.
  • Page 36: Operator Panel

    1.3 Operator panel The operator panel is located on the right side of the scanner. This panel comprises a Function No. display, four buttons and a LED. Function No. display Function Send to Scan Power button 1.3 Operator panel...
  • Page 37 Select the Function No. set in the launcher (*). Start and read the application software according to the details set in the launcher (*). Turns the scanner ON and OFF. Lights when the scanner is turned ® ® Windows User’s Guide on the...
  • Page 38 I I I I Indications on the Function No. display The following shows the indications on the Function No. display. I I I I P Indicates that the scanner has been turned ON and is being initialized. I I I I 0 Indicates that initialization will soon end.
  • Page 39 "E" and the alarm No. (2 to 9, c and d) are indicated alternately. To return the scanner to the ready status ("1"), press "Scan" or "Send to" button while the alarm is indicated. If this alarm occurs, turn the power off and on again. If the alarm continues after turning on the power again, contact your service engineer.
  • Page 40 The following table shows the details of each temporary error. Indication Paper feed error occurs. Double feed error occurs. The following shows the procedure for releasing of each temporary error. • "U1" error If this error occurs, remove jammed document. See "7.1 Removing Jammed Documents"...
  • Page 41 The following table shows the details of alarms. Indication 1.3 Operator panel Meaning An trouble occurred on the optical system (front). An trouble occurred on the optical system (back). The motor fuse has blown. An trouble occurred on the operator panel. An trouble occurred in the EEPROM.
  • Page 42: Installation Ofa Scanner

    INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER This chapter describes how to install and connect the scanner, and how to install the scanner application. ® Windows Refers to Microsoft system. ® Windows Refers to Microsoft system. ® Windows Me Refers to Microsoft operating system.
  • Page 43: Installing The Scanner

    2.1 Installing the Scanner The following shows the procedure for installing the scanner. Place the scanner at its installation site. For details on the scanner's dimensions and required installation space, see "9.2 Installation Specifications." Attach the ADF paper chute. For details on how to attach the ADF paper chute, see "I Attaching the ADF paper chute"...
  • Page 44 The following shows the procedure for attaching the ADF paper chute. Hold the ADF paper chute and insert its tabs into the counterpart holes on the scanner as shown in the figure below. The Side guide of the ADF paper chute has to face up.
  • Page 45 The following shows the procedure for connecting the AC adapter. Connect the AC cable to the AC adapter. Connect the connector of AC adapter to the DC inlet of the scanner. Insert the AC cable into the outlet. 2.1 Installing the Scanner Use only whth AC adapter provided by the manufacturer.
  • Page 46: Connecting The Scanner To A Pc

    Connect only one of the USB or SCSI interface cables. Windows does not support USB interface. ® ® 95 or Windows NT 4.0, connect the ® ® 98, Windows ME, Windows ® 95 and Windows NT 2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC ® 2000, or ®...
  • Page 47 Connect the USB interface cable to the USB interface connector. Connect the other end of the USB interface cable to the PC. Press down the scanner power button on the Function No. display to turn on the scanner. 2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC...
  • Page 48 This scanner is provided with two interfaces: SCSI-2 and USB1.1. On this scanner, each of the SCSI and USB interfaces is controlled exclusively, so both interfaces cannot be used simultaneously. Scanner can be only connected to either USB or SCSI interface.
  • Page 49 I I I I Connecting the SCSI Interface Cable When using the scanner with SCSI interface, a third-party SCSI interface cable and SCSI card must be present. • SCSI interface cable The physical specifications of connector is complied with SCSI-2.The 50 Pin Contact Shielded High-Density SCSI Device Connector is used.
  • Page 50 Connect the connector on the other end of the cable to the personal computer. When using the scanner on the SCSI interface, connect the scanner so that it is the terminal device on the SCSI daisy chain. 2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC...
  • Page 51 "I Setting the SCSI ID" in this section. This scanner is provided with two interfaces: SCSI-2 and USB1.1. On this scanner, each of the SCSI and USB interfaces is controlled exclusively, so both interfaces cannot be used simultaneously. Scanner can be only connected to either USB or...
  • Page 52 8, 9 Press the power button to turn the scanner ON. When the scanner is turned ON, the SCSI ID set in step 2. is enabled. After setting the address number corresponding to the target SCSI ID, connect the AC cable to the outlet and turn on the scanner.
  • Page 53: Installing The Scanner Application

    (FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner driver) and Image Capturing Software Utilities “ScandAll 21” for Microsoft (ScandAll 21) must be installed on your PC. For details on installing the FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner driver and Image Capturing Software Utilities “ScandAll 21” for Microsoft ®...
  • Page 54: Basic Scanner Operations

    The screens and operations may differ slightly if the OS that you are using is other than Windows Also, when FUJITSU TWAIN32 is updated the screens and operations noted in this chapter will differ slightly. 3.1 Turning the Scanner ON... 28 3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning ...
  • Page 55: Turning The Scanner On

    The following shows the procedure for turning the scanner ON. Press the power button on the operator panel. The scanner is turned ON, and the green LED on the operator panel lights. Also, while the scanner is being initialized, the indication of the Function No.
  • Page 56 The Power Save mode keeps the scanner in a low-powered state after it has been turned ON. If no operation is performed on the scanner for 15 minutes, the scanner automatically switches to the Power Save mode. In the Power Save mode, the indication of the Function No. display on the operator panel goes out, but the green LED stays lit.
  • Page 57: Loading Documents On The Adf For Scanning

    2) Check the number of sheets in the document. The standard number of sheets that can be loaded on the scanner is as follows: • Number of sheets of A4-size paper or smaller that makes a document stack of 5mm or less •...
  • Page 58 Fan the document When loading a multiple-sheet document, fan the document as follows. 1) Take out a stack of document sheets with thickness of 5mm or less. 2) Lightly grip both ends of the document with both hands, and bend the document as follows. 3) Firmly holding the document with both hands, bend back the document as follows so that the bent section rises up in the middle of the document as follows.
  • Page 59: Load The Document On The Adf Paper Chute

    Load the document on the ADF paper chute. Set the document so that the front side of the document (side to be scanned as first page) contacts to the ADF paper chute. Furthermore, when you have multiple pages, set the document so that the first page is on the same side as the ADF paper chute.
  • Page 60 Before loading A4-size documents, pull out HINT the ADF paper chute extension. Move the side guides until they match the width of the document. Move the side guides to eliminate gaps between the side guides and the document. If there are gaps between the side guides and the document, the document is sometimes scanned in skewed.
  • Page 61 1. Lift up the stacker towards you by inserting your fingertips into the handle on the scanner. 2. Lift the paper stop and swing forward by inserting your fingertips into the indentations on the scanner as shown in below figure. handle Indentation...
  • Page 62 Start up the scanner application, and scan the document. For details on how to scan documents using the ScandAll 21 application, see "3.3 Scanning Documents." 3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning...
  • Page 63: Scanning Documents

    3.3 Scanning Documents The following shows the procedure for scanning documents with the ScandAll 21 scanner application (simply called "ScandAll 21" from here on). Load the document on the scanner's ADF paper chute. For details on how to load documents, see "3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."...
  • Page 64 The [Select Source] dialog box appears. Select "FUJITSU fi-4120Cdj" (Windows ® WindowsNT 4.0, select “FUJITSU TWAIN 32”) and click the [Select] button. Click the "display in scan preview screen" on the tool bar. The [TWAIN Driver] dialog box (screen for setting the scan conditions) appears.
  • Page 65 3.3 Scanning Documents...
  • Page 66 The document is scanned, and an image of the scanned document appears on the ScandAll 21 screen. For details on scanning various other documents, see "Chapter4, SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF DOCUMENTS." For details on ScanAll 21 functions and operations, refer to ScandAll 21 Help.
  • Page 67 3.3 Scanning Documents...
  • Page 68: Scanning Various Types Of Documents

    The screens and operations may differ slightly if the OS that you are using is other than Windows Also, when FUJITSU TWAIN32 is updated the screens and operations noted in this chapter will differ slightly. 4.1 Scanning Different-width Documents... 42 4.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format ...
  • Page 69: Scanning Different-Width Documents

    4.1 Scanning Different-width Documents When scanning different-width documents together on the ADF, smaller-width documents sometimes are scanned in skewed. Be sure to scan only documents having the same width. The following shows the procedure for reading the manuscript with which width is different. Sorted to the stack of the same width.
  • Page 70: Saving Scanned Images In Pdf Format

    4.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format To save scanned images in PDF format, first install Adobe Acrobat5.0 or later on the PC you are using. Adobe Acrobat5.0 can be installed from the Adobe Acrobat5.0 CD- ROM provided. The following shows the procedure for saving scanned images in PDF format.
  • Page 71 Select [Import] - [Scan...] in that order from the [File] menu. The [Acrobat Scan Plug-in] dialog box appears. 4.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format...
  • Page 72 Select "FUJITSU fi-4120Cdj"(Windows ® WindowsNT 4.0, select “FUJITSU TWAIN 32”) at "Device" and click the [Scan] button. The [TWAIN Driver] dialog box appears. Also select "Simplex" when scanning double-sided documents. 4.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format ® 95 and...
  • Page 73 Set the scan resolution, paper size and other scan conditions, and click the [Scan] button. Scanning starts, and a message for selecting whether or not to continue scanning appears. 4.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format...
  • Page 74 To end scanning, click the [Done] button. The scanned image appears. Save the scanned image on Adobe Acrobat5.0. For details on Adobe Acrobat5.0 operations, refer to the Adobe Acrobat5.0 manual and Help. 4.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format...
  • Page 75: Excluding A Color In The Image(Dropout Color)

    For example, if the document contains black text enclosed by a green frame, you can set the scanner to scan only black areas in the document (i.e. the color green is "dropped out"). To set the scanner to scan documents with a selected color dropped out, change the settings in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
  • Page 76 Click the [Advance...] button in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box. The [Advance] dialog box appears. Select the color to drop out from "Dropout Color" under "More". 4.3 Excluding a Color in the Image(dropout color)
  • Page 77 For example, to scan only black text areas when scanning black text surrounded by a green frame, select [Green]. Click the [OK] button. The [TWAIN Driver] dialog box will be redisplayed. Continue scanning from this dialog box. 4.3 Excluding a Color in the Image(dropout color)
  • Page 78: Detecting Double-Feeds

    You can set the scanner to detect double-feed, stop scanner operation, and display an error message. To set the scanner to detect double-feed, change the settings in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box. The following shows the procedure for changing the settings in this dialog box.
  • Page 79 Click the [Option...] button in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box. The [Option] dialog box appears. Click the [Option] tab. 4.4 Detecting Double-feeds...
  • Page 80 The following detection conditions are provided: None : Double-feed detection is not performed Check thickness : The scanner uses a sensor to monitor the thickness of documents that are fed. It detects a double-feed by differences in document thickness when two or more document sheets are fed overlapping.
  • Page 81 The display returns to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box. Continue scanning from this dialog box. 4.4 Detecting Double-feeds : The scanner uses a sensor to monitor the length of documents that are fed. It detects a double-feed by changes in the document length when two or more document sheets are fed overlapping.
  • Page 82: Daily Care

    DAILY CARE This chapter describes how to clean the scanner. 5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations and Cleaning Cycle ... 56 5.2 Cleaning the ADF... 58 When cleaning the scanner, turn off the power, and unplug the AC cable from the...
  • Page 83: Cleaning Materials And Locations And Cleaning Cycle

    I I I I Locations That Needs To Be Cleaned Same location in the ADF must be cleaned regularly with a soft, dry cloth moistened with Cleaner F1. 5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations and Cleaning Cycle Remarks 1 bottle Moisten cloth with this fluid and wipe the scanner clean.
  • Page 84 Pad ASY Pick roller Feed roller Plastic roller Sheet guide Glass The scanner must be cleaned more frequently when the following documents are used: 5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations and Cleaning Cycle Standard Cleaning Cycle Clean every 1000 scanned sheets. •...
  • Page 85: Cleaning The Adf

    Sheet guide • Glass 5.2 Cleaning the ADF When the scanner is in use, the surface of the glass inside the ADF becomes hot. Before cleaning ADF, disconnect the AC adapter from the power outlet, and wait at least 15 minutes for the glass to cool down.
  • Page 86 The following shows the procedure for cleaning the ADF. Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and turning the ADF cover to the front. The front portion Be careful, the ADF cover may close and pinch your finger. ADF button 5.2 Cleaning the ADF...
  • Page 87 Clean the following locations with a soft, dry cloth moistened with Cleaner F1. Pad ASY 5.2 Cleaning the ADF Feed rollers (Four pieces) Glass(Two parts) Sheet guide (A white portion, Two parts) Pick roller (One pieces) Plastic rollers (Four pieces)
  • Page 88 • Pad ASY Clean the Pad ASY (rubber surface) downwards (direction of arrow). When doing this, take care not to catch the pick springs to avoid bending. Pick spring • Pick roller Lightly clean the Pick rollers taking care not to scratch the roller surfaces and the Mylar sheet.
  • Page 89 • Feed roller Follow the procedure below while rotating the Feed rollers to clean the rollers. 1) Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and turning the ADF cover to the front. Open the ADF cover with the operator panel indicating anything other than "P"...
  • Page 90 • Sheet guide(Especially a white portion) Clean lightly. • Glass Clean lightly. When white portion of the sheet guide or HINT glass surface become dirty, black vertical streaks sometimes appear in the scanned image. 5.2 Cleaning the ADF...
  • Page 91 Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position until the ADF button locks. Press center of ADF. 5.2 Cleaning the ADF After the ADF is returned to its original position, make sure that the ADF is completely closed.
  • Page 92: Replacing Consumables

    The screens and operations may differ slightly if the OS that you are using is other than Windows Also, when FUJITSU TWAIN32 is updated the screens and operations noted in this chapter will differ slightly. 6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle... 66 6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY ...
  • Page 93: Consumable And Replacement Cycle

    A4-size, woodfree paper • The paper that meets the quality of Section 8.2 This cycle varies according to the document being used, and how frequently the user uses and cleans the scanner. 6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle Specifications Standard Replacement...
  • Page 94 When turning on the power, check that the scanner and the personal computer are connected. See "2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC" for information about connecting the scanner to a personal computer. Double click the "Printer and Other Hardware"...
  • Page 95 In the [Printer and Other Hardware] screen, double click the "Scanners and Cameras" icon. The [Scanners and Cameras] screen is displayed. 6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle...
  • Page 96 Double click the "fi-4120Cdj". ® ® (Windows 95 and WindowsNT 4.0, select "FUJITSU TWAIN 32" icon Select at "Device" and click the [Properties] button.) 6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle...
  • Page 97 The [fi-4120Cdj Properties] dialog box appears. 6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle...
  • Page 98 Click the "Device Set" tab. The following panel appears. You can confirm the following information in this panel: • Total number of scans • Pad counter (approximate number of documents scanned after replacing the Pad ASY) • Pick roller counter (approximate number of documents scanned after replacing the Pick roller) 6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle...
  • Page 99 The following message sometimes appears when the scanner is being used: Replace consumables when this message is displayed. I I I I When Replacing Consumables Immediately 1) Mark the "This message not display again" checkbox. Note that when the "This message not display again"...
  • Page 100 I I I I When Consumables Cannot Be Replaced Immediately 1) To disable display of this message, mark the "This message not display again" checkbox. Note that when the "This message not display again" checkbox is marked, this message is not displayed until the consumables counter is reset.
  • Page 101: Replacing The Pad Asy

    6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY The following shows the procedure for replacing the Pad ASY. Remove any documents on the ADF paper chute. Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and turning the ADF cover to the front. The front portion 6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY ADF button...
  • Page 102 Remove the Pad ASY. Press in the knobs on both ends of the Pad ASY, and pull the Pad ASY upwards and towards you. When doing this, take care not to catch the pick springs. Attach the new Pad ASY. Hold both ends of the new Pad ASY and attach it to its installation location.
  • Page 103 • For Windows Windows 1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner and the personal computer are connected. 2) Double click the "Printer and Other Hardware" icon on the operator panel of the host computer. The [Printer and Other Hardware] screen is displayed.
  • Page 104 4) Double click the "fi-4120Cdj". 5) Click the "Device Set" tab. The following panel appears. After clicking the [Clear] button beside the "Pad Counter" in "Page Counter", click the [OK] button. This returns the pad counter to "0". 6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY...
  • Page 105 For Windows 1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner and the personal computer are connected. 2) Right click the "FUJITSU Scanner Control Center" icon displayed in the task tray, then select "Option" 3) Double click "Scanner Information".
  • Page 106 4) Click the "Pad Counter Reset" button. The following message is displayed. Click "Yes". The Pad counter (The pad counts) returns to “0”. 6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY...
  • Page 107: Replacing The Pick Roller

    6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller The following shows the procedure for replacing the Pick roller. Remove any documents on the ADF paper chute. Remove the ADF paper chute. ADF paper chute 6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller...
  • Page 108 Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and turning the ADF cover to the front. ADF button Be careful, the ADF cover may close and pinch your finger. The front portion 6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller...
  • Page 109 Remove the Pick roller from a scanner. 1) Grip the knobs on the sheet guide between you fingers, and lift up to remove. 2) Rotate the Pick roller bushing in the direction of the arrow. 6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller...
  • Page 110 3) Remove the Pick roller while lifting it up in the direction of the arrow. The Pick roller Bushing is hard. Do not turn this bearing with your fin- gernails. 4) Remove the Pick roller from the shaft while lifting up the tab on the Pick roller.
  • Page 111 Attach the new Pick roller. Insert the new Pick roller aligning the protrusion on the axis with the groove in the Pick roller. 6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller Protrusion Groove Make sure that the Pick roller is completely attached. An incompletely attached Pick roller might cause document jams or other feed errors.
  • Page 112 Attach the Pick roller to the scanner. The procedure to attach the Pick roller to the scanner is the inverted procedure of removing the Pick roller from the scanner. After attaching the Pick roller to the scanner, perform the following procedure to fix it in place.
  • Page 113 Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position and lock the ADF button. Attach the ADF paper chute. ADF paper chute 6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller Press center of ADF.
  • Page 114 For Windows 98 / Windows ® Windows 1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner and the personal computer are connected. 2) Double click the "Printers and Other Hardware" icon on the operator panel of the host computer.
  • Page 115 4) Double click the "fi-4120Cdj". 5) Click the "Device Set" tab. The following panel appears. After clicking the [Clear] button beside the "Pick Counter" in "Page Counter", click the [OK] button. This returns the pick counter to "0". 6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller...
  • Page 116 95 / Windows NT 1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner and the personal computer are connected. 2) Right click the "FUJITSU Scanner Control Center" icon displayed in the task tray, then select "Option" 3) Double click "Scanner Information".
  • Page 117 4) Click the "Pick Counter Reset" button. The following message is displayed. Click "Yes". The Pick counter (The Pick roller counts) returns to “0”. 6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller...
  • Page 118: Troubleshooting

    About troubles other than the contents indicated, and the details of an error, refer to the Scanner Utility for Microsoft the scanner driver CD-ROM.
  • Page 119: Removing Jammed Documents

    Take care to prevent injuries when removing jammed documents. • Take care to prevent neckties, necklaces, etc. from getting entangled inside the scanner when removing jammed documents. • The surface of the glass sometimes becomes hot during operation. Take care to prevent burns.
  • Page 120 Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and turning the ADF cover to the front. The front portion Be careful, the ADF cover may close and pinch your finger. Remove the jammed document. • Staples, paper clips, etc. cause document jams.
  • Page 121 Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position and lock the ADF button. Press center of ADF. 7.1 Removing Jammed Documents Make sure that the ADF is completely closed. An incompletely closed ADF might cause document jams or scanning prob- lems.
  • Page 122: Remedying Typical Troubles

    If the remedies in these flowcharts do not solve the problem, check the items in "7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner" and then contact the agent where you bought the scanner. 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles...
  • Page 123 Symptom1 Are power cord and AC adapter correctly connected? Have you pushed the power button? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Scanner does not turn ON. Correctly connect power cord. Press power button.
  • Page 124 Does the display remain blank even after you have turned on the power again? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Scanner is in Power Save mode. Press any button on control panel to start up scanner. Scanner operation is normal.
  • Page 125 Symptom3 Document loaded correctly on ADF paper chute? ADF closed completely? Interface cable connected correctly? (when using scanner on SCSI interface) SCSI ID set correctly? Function No. display indicates an alarm? 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Scanning is not started. Continued on next page Load document correctly on ADF paper chute.
  • Page 126 Continued from previous page Does the alarm state remain displayed even after the scanner has been turned off and back on again? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Scanner operation is normal.
  • Page 127 Symptom4 Halftoning or dithering selected? Glass and sheet guides(A white portion) clean? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. *) For details on how to clean dirty locations, see "Chapter5, DAILY CARE." 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Quality of scanned pictures or photos is unsatisfactory.
  • Page 128 Symptom5 Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory. Glass and sheet guides(A white Clean dirty locations.(*) portion) clean? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. *) For details on how to clean dirty locations, see "Chapter5, DAILY CARE." 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles...
  • Page 129 Top cover of ADF pressed down or heavy object placed on ADF during scanning by ADF? Is something causing the scanner to vibrate while scanning with the ADF? 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Images are distorted or not sharp.
  • Page 130 Continued from previous page Scanner not installed on flat, level surface or scanner missing rubber foot? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. *) For details on how to clean dirty locations, see "Chapter5, DAILY CARE." Install scanner on flat, level surface or attach rubber foot.
  • Page 131 Symptom7 Vertical streaks appear in scanned image. Black streaks? Clean glass.(*) Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. *) For details on how to clean Sheet guide(A white portion) and glass, see "5.2 Cleaning the ADF." 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles...
  • Page 132 Symptom8 Function No. display indicates alarm after scanner is turned ON. Turn scanner OFF and then ON again. Function No. display indicates alarm? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Scanner operation is normal.
  • Page 133 Symptom9 Document satisfies conditions described under " in "8.2 Document Paper Quality"? When double-feed detection is ON, are double-feed detection conditions fulfilled?(*2) Document fanned before loading on document support? Document recently printed on a copier or laser printer? Document stack 5mm or less? 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Double-feed occurs frequently? Precautions"...
  • Page 134 Continued from previous page Pad ASY dirty? Pad ASY worn down? Pad ASY attached correctly? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. *1) For details on requirements, see "8.2 Document Quality." *2) For details on double-feed, see "8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions." *3) For details on how to clean Pad ASY, see "5.2 Cleaning the ADF."...
  • Page 135 Symptom10 Document satisfies conditions described under " in "8.2 Document Paper Quality"? Document fanned before loading on ADF paper chute? Pad ASY attached correctly? Pick roller dirty? Pick roller worn down? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Pickup error occurs frequently? Precautions"...
  • Page 136 *1) For details on requirements, see "8.2 Document Quality." *2) For details on how to attach the Pad ASY, see "6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY." *3) For details on how to clean the Pick roller, see "5.2 Cleaning the ADF." *4) For details on how to replace the Pick roller, see "6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller."...
  • Page 137 Symptom11 Document satisfies conditions described under " in "8.2 Document Paper Quality"? Foreign objects in ADF? Pad ASY attached corrected? Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. *1) For details on requirements, see "8.2 Document Quality." *2) For details on how to clean the ADF, see "5.2 Cleaning the ADF."...
  • Page 138 Windows 98/ Windows Me/ Windows 2000/ Windows XP Display the properties of the scanner that you are using on "Scanners and Cameras" in the control panel, then adjust the scan scale. *) For details on how to clean the rollers, see "5.2 Cleaning the ADF."...
  • Page 139 [Options] then adjust the scan scale. 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Continued from previous page Windows 95/ Windows NT 4.0 Is the Scanner Control Center icon displayed in the task tray? Select [FUJITSU Scanner Control Center] from the Start menu and run it.
  • Page 140 [Sub-scan Setting]. 7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles Contact the manufacturer’s authorized service center. Windows 95/ Windows NT 4.0 Is the Scanner Control Center icon displayed in the task tray? Select [FUJITSU Scanner Control Center] from the Start menu and run it.
  • Page 141: Items To Check Before Contacting The Agent Where You Bought The Scanner

    7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner Check the following items before you contact the agent where you bought the scanner. 7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner...
  • Page 142 Symptom Frequency of trouble 7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought findings (Example) fi-4120C For details on model, see "7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner." (Example) 000001 For details on serial No., see "7.4 Check- ing Labels on the Scanner."...
  • Page 143 Document type Main purpose of use Last cleaning date Last consumables replacement date Operator panel status at trouble 7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner Item Item findings (Example) SCSI interface (Example) made by Adaptec...
  • Page 144 I I I I Imaging system trouble Item Type and version of scanner driver Type of interface controller ® OS (Windows Software application I I I I Other Item Can both the original document and scanner image be sent by e-mail or Fax? 7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought...
  • Page 145: Checking Labels On The Scanner

    7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner This section describes how to check the labels on the scanner. I I I I Positions of Labels on the Scanner The following shows where the two labels are located on the scanner. Label A (example): Indicates scanner information.
  • Page 146 Label B (example): Indicates scanner conformity with various standards. 7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner...
  • Page 147 7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner...
  • Page 148: Adf And Paper Specification

    ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION This chapter describes the required document size and paper quality for ensuring correct operation when scanning documents on the ADF. 8.1 Document Size... 122 8.2 Document Quality ... 123 8.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity... 127 8.4 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas... 128 8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions...
  • Page 149: Document Size

    8.1 Document Size The following shows the size of documents that can be scanned on the ADF. 216 (8.5 in) 8.1 Document Size Feeding Direction Maximum 356 (14 in) 53 (2.1 in) Minimum 74 (2.9 in) (Unit : mm)
  • Page 150: Document Quality

    8.2 Document Quality This section describes the types and thicknesses of documents that can be loaded on the scanner, and precautions to follow. I I I I Document Type The following paper types are recommended for document use: • Woodfree paper •...
  • Page 151 I I I I Precautions The following documents sometimes cannot be scanned successfully on the ADF. To prevent unexpected trouble, a feed test using a spare document may be needed. • Paper-clipped or stapled documents • Ink documents that are still wet •...
  • Page 152 • When scanning semi-transparent documents, HINT set the density to light to avoid bleed through. • To prevent the rollers from becoming dirty, avoid scanning documents containing large areas written or filled in pencil. If scanning of such documents is unavoidable, clean the rollers frequently.
  • Page 153 HINT 8.2 Document Quality When using the ADF, the leading edge of all document sheets must be evenly aligned. Make sure that curling at the leading edge is within the following tolerances: More than 30mm Less than Top of the paper More than 30mm Less than Top of the paper...
  • Page 154: Maximum Document Loading Capacity

    8.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded on the ADF paper chute is determined by the size and weight of the document. The following graph shows the maximum document loading capacity of ADF according to paper weight. Capacity of ADF (number of pages)
  • Page 155: Hole-Punching Prohibited Areas

    8.4 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas When using the ADF, document trouble might occur if there are punched holes in the shaded area in the following figure. Read reference position Feeding direction 8.4 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas Front side Top of paper Bottom of paper Center of paper (Unit : mm)
  • Page 156: Double-Feed Detection Conditions

    8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions There are three double-feed detection modes: document thickness, document length, and both document thickness and length. The following conditions must be satisfied in each of these detection modes. I I I I Detection by Document Thickness Sheets of the same thickness shall be set in the ADF at a time.
  • Page 157 I I I I Detection by Document Length Sheets of the same length shall be set in the ADF at a time. • Document length deviation: 1% or less • Printed area: 12% or less • No black printed areas are allowed at the center area (26 x 10mm) at the leading edge of the document.
  • Page 158 I I I I Detection by Document Thickness and Length Sheets of the same thickness and length shall be set in the ADF at a time. • Document length: 0.065 to 0.15mm • Document length deviation: 1% or less • Printed area: 12% or less •...
  • Page 159 35mm 26mm No printing allowed 10mm Feeding direction No punched holes allowed Center of paper 8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions...
  • Page 160: Scanner Specification

    SCANNER SPECIFICATION This chapter lists the scanner specifications. 9.1 Basic Specifications... 134 9.2 Installation Specifications ... 136 9.3 External Dimensions ... 138...
  • Page 161: Basic Specifications

    9.1 Basic Specifications Scanner Type Image sensor Light source Scanning area Paper Weight Scanning Speed Portrait) (Note(*2)) Capacity of ADF Optical Resolution 9.1 Basic Specifications ADF(Automatic Document Feeder) CCD x 2 Incandescent cold cathode fluorescent lamp x 2 Mini- Maxi-...
  • Page 162 Other function *1) For details, see "Chapter8, ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION." *2) The scanning speed is the maximum speed of the scanner hardware. Software processing time such as data transfer time is added to the actual scanning time. *3) The maximum stacking capacity varies according to the document thickness.
  • Page 163: Installation Specifications

    9.2 Installation Specifications The following table shows specifications related to scanner installation. Item Dimensions (mm) (Without ADF paper chute and Stacker) Installation Space (mm) Weight (kg) Input Voltage power Phases Frequency Power consumption 9.2 Installation Specifications Specification Depth (6.6in) 700 (27.6in) x 400 (15.8in) x 380 (15.0in) (D x W x H) 3.5kg (7.7 lb.)
  • Page 164 Item Ambi- Device sta- ent con- dition Tempera- ture Humidity 20 to 80 % Heat capacity 24.1 kcal / H or less Shipping Weight (kg) 5.5 kg (12.2 lb) Specification Operating Not operating 5 to 35 °C -20 to 60 °C (41 to 95°F) (-4 to 140°F) 8 to 95 %...
  • Page 165: External Dimensions

    9.3 External Dimensions The following shows the external dimensions of the fi-4120C. 301(11.9") 168(6.6") 355(14") (Unit : mm) 9.3 External Dimensions...
  • Page 166: Glossary Of Terms

    ASCII is a set of 256 codes (numbered 0 to 255) used to communi- cate information between a computer and another device such as a scanner. Backside reading = Back-side scanning Refers to reading the backside of the document, specifically in Duplex reading mode.
  • Page 167: Double Feed Detection

    Technique for producing halftone images by representing the entire grayscale with only two pixel levels, black and white. Double feed detection A scanner function which detects the accidental feeding of multiple sheets by the ADF unit. Can be turned on or off by the operator. Double Letter Size A standard paper size used in the U.S.A.
  • Page 168 Equipment Error An error that cannot be corrected by the operator. Call CE. Error diffusion High-quality halftone (pseudo-grayscale) image production based on black-and-white pixel binarization. A pixel’s optical density and that of adjacent pixels are summed, with black pixels relocated in their order of density as they relate to adjacent pixels.
  • Page 169: Image Emphasis

    The connection that allows communication from one part of a sys- tem to another. For example, electrical signals are transferred between the computer and scanner over an interface cable. Inversion (Reverse-image reading) In reverse-image reading, data is changed from black to white and vice versa.
  • Page 170: Mirror Image

    IRAS Initialization of the hardware. Landscape orientation A document is transported and read with the long side vertical to the moving direction. Letter size A standard paper size used in the U.S.A. and other countries. Paper size is 8-1/2 x 11 inches. Linedrawing mode Selecting linedrawing mode makes threshold and contrast settings effective but prevents brightness from being set.
  • Page 171: Noise Removal

    Operator panel A panel containing the scanner indicators and buttons. The opera- tor panel is used to control scanner operations such as loading document, selecting features, and changing setup options. Outline extraction The boundary between black and white areas is traced and the out- line extracted for closed areas.
  • Page 172: Read Operation

    Temporary Error An error correctable by the operator. Time-out limit This is the time the scanner waits for next document insertion after the last document feeding. The scanner returns Paper Empty when no document is set after time-out limit. GL-7...
  • Page 173 GL-8...
  • Page 174: Index

    Cleaning materials Connecting the SCSI interface cable Connecting the USB interface cable Connections Connecting the AC adapter Connecting the PC to the scanner Connecting the SCSI interface cable Connecting the USB interface cable Connectors DC inlet SCSI interface connector USB interface...
  • Page 175 Ambient condition Dimensions Heat capacity Input power Installation space Power consumption Shipping weight Weight Interface Item to check Labels on the scanner Light source Locations to be cleaned Operator panel Optical Resolution Output resolution IN-2 Pad ASY Paper Weight Power consumption...
  • Page 176 Scanning area Scanning speed Stacker Turning the power ON USB interface cable USB interface connector Weight IN-3...
  • Page 177 IN-4...
  • Page 178 For details on the scanner's warranty conditions, refer to the stipulations on the warranty packaged with the scanner. • Repair parts for this scanner are retained for a minimum of five years from discontinuation of production. • Missing or wrongly collated pages will be supplied free of charge.