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DocuColor 5252
Digital Color Press
System Administration Guide
August 2003
701P40701

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  • Page 1 DocuColor 5252 Digital Color Press System Administration Guide August 2003 701P40701...
  • Page 2 ® ® , The Document Company , The stylized X, and all Xerox product names and product numbers mentioned in this publication are XEROX trademarks of XEROX CORPORATION. Other company brands and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies and are also acknowledged.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Ta b le o f Co n te nts Table of Contents Introduction Conventions ........1-1 Symbols .
  • Page 4 Tab l e o f Co nt en ts Tray Priority........2-21 System Timers .
  • Page 5 Ta b le o f Co n te nts Edge Center Erase ......2-75 Color Shift .
  • Page 6 Tab l e o f Co nt en ts D oc u Co l or 5 25 2 S y s te m A d mi n i s tr a ti o n G ui d e...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Introduction This chapter discusses: • the type of conventions and writing styles used in this manual • safety requirements • radio frequency emissions • legal notices • environmental and recycling requirements Conventions Symbols Caution: This symbol is used to alert operators to an operating procedure, practice, or condition that, if not strictly observed, might result in safety hazards to personnel or damage to the equipment, software or that the loss of data may result...
  • Page 8: Writing Style Conventions

    In tro d uc t i on Warning: This symbol indicates a laser is being used in the machine and alerts you to refer to the appropriate safety information. Key point: This symbol identifies information that is being emphasized and is important for you to remember. The 1 2 3...
  • Page 9: Electrical Safety

    Intr oduction Electrical safety This Xerox digital press and the recommended supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. Attention to the following notes will ensure the continued safe operation of your digital press. • Use only the power cord supplied with this equipment.
  • Page 10: Disconnect Device

    United States. This product contains laser warning labels. These labels are intended for use by XEROX Service Representatives and are placed on or near panels or shields that require special tools for removal. Do not remove any of these panels. There are no operator serviceable areas inside these covers.
  • Page 11: Maintenance Safety

    There are no parts behind these covers that you can maintain or service. Do not perform any maintenance procedures unless you have been trained to do them by a Xerox representative, or unless a procedure is specifically described in one of the manuals included with your press.
  • Page 12: Operational Safety

    In tro d uc t i on Operational safety Your Xerox equipment and supplies were designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency examination, approval, and compliance with established environmental standards. Your attention to the following safety guidelines will help ensure the continued safe operation of your digital press: •...
  • Page 13: Ozone Safety

    Providing the correct environmental parameters, as specified in the Xerox installation procedures, ensures that concentration levels meet safe limits. If you need additional information about ozone, request the Xerox publication, OZONE, 600P83222, by calling 1-800-828-6571 in the USA. For a French language version, call 1-800-828-6571 in the USA, then press 2.
  • Page 14: In Canada

    All modules that require external connection must be installed per the installation procedure. Certifications in Europe The CE marking that is applied to this product symbolizes Xerox Europe’s Declaration of Conformity with the following applicable Directives of the European Union as of the dates indicated:...
  • Page 15: It's Illegal In The Usa

    Intr oduction Warning: In order to allow this equipment to operate in proximity to Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) equipment, the external radiation from ISM equipment may have to be limited or special mitigation measures taken. Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
  • Page 16 In tro d uc t i on Internal Revenue Stamps. (If it is necessary to reproduce a legal document on which there is a canceled revenue stamp, this may be done provided the reproduction of the document is performed for lawful purposes.) Postage Stamps, canceled or uncanceled.
  • Page 17: It's Illegal In Canada

    Intr oduction 9. Selective Service Induction Papers that bear any of the following Registrant’s information: Earnings or Income Dependency Status Court Record Previous military service Physical or mental condition Exception: United States military discharge certificates may be photographed. 10. Badges, Identification Cards, Passes, or Insignia carried by military personnel, or by members of the various Federal Departments, such as FBI, Treasury, etc.
  • Page 18: Environmental Notices For The Usa

    Xerox ENERGY STAR equipment is preset at the factory to enter a “low power” state and/or shut off completely after a specified period of use.
  • Page 19: Environmental Notices For Canada

    Xerox environmental programs, visit www.xerox.com (refer to the “About Xerox” section). If your product is not part of the Xerox program and you are managing its disposal, please note that the product may contain lead, mercury and other materials whose disposal may be regulated due to environmental considerations.
  • Page 20 In tro d uc t i on D oc u Co l or 5 25 2 S y s te m A d mi n i s tr a ti o n G ui d e 1- 1 4...
  • Page 21: Tools Mode

    Tools Mode Key point: Some features or options described in this chapter may not display or be selectable depending on the configuration of your machine. Overview The Tools Mode enables you to establish the default settings for your digital press, with or without a scanner, to fit your individual requirements.
  • Page 22: Entering Tools Mode

    Too l s M o de Entering Tools Mode Use the following procedure to enter the Tools Mode: Press the Access button on the Control Panel. The Access Password Screen appears. Use the keypad to enter the Tools Mode password. The default password is five 1s (11111).
  • Page 23 Too l s M od e The Machine Defaults 1 screen appears. Note: The options shown on the above screen may vary depending on whether a scanner is or is not attached to the digital press. Note: The Productivity Setting is not available. Touch the Exit Tools button to exit the Tools Mode.
  • Page 24: Navigating In Tools Mode

    Too l s M o de Navigating in Tools Mode The following table provides tells you how to navigate in Tools Mode by pressing or touching keys or buttons. Key or Button Result Tabs Allows you to view the options available on that screen.
  • Page 25: Machine Defaults And Feature Defaults

    Too l s M od e Machine Defaults and Feature Defaults Note 1: All the available options are discussed in this section, including the scanner options. Note 2: The Feature Defaults 1 and 2 screens do not display if a Scanner is not connected.
  • Page 26 Too l s M o de The Machine Defaults 2 screen is illustrated in the following figure. Note: The Machine Defaults 3 tab is used for Asset Manager updates. The Feature Defaults 1 screen is illustrated in the following figure. D oc u Co l or 5 25 2 S y s te m A d mi n i s tr a ti o n G ui d e 2- 6...
  • Page 27 Too l s M od e The Feature Defaults 2 screen is illustrated in the following figure. Note: The Service Call feature is not yet available. The following procedures provide step-by-step instructions for changing the settings for the options shown on the previous screens.
  • Page 28: Machine Defaults 1

    Too l s M o de Machine Defaults 1 This section describes the features available to you through the Machine Defaults 1 screen. You can access the following DocuColor features through the Machine Defaults 1 screen: • Initial Screen • Auto Color Calibration •...
  • Page 29: Initial Screen

    Too l s M od e Initial Screen From this screen, select the default screen when the digital press is powered on. You can choose from three screens: • Features • Job Status • Machine Status Note: The Basic Features screen is the factory default setting. Touch the Initial Screen button.
  • Page 30 Too l s M o de The Initial Screen screen appears. Touch the Features, Job Status or Machine Status button. Note: Refer to the digital press Operator Manual (see page 5-1) for information regarding the various Scanner features. If you leave the setting at the Features screen, the following screen appears when the machine is powered on.
  • Page 31 Too l s M od e If you change the default setting to the Job Status screen, the screen below appears when the machine is powered on. This screen displays all the jobs currently queued for printing. If you change the default setting to the Machine Status screen, the following screen appears when the machine is powered on.
  • Page 32: Auto Color Calibration

    Too l s M o de Auto Color Calibration Key point 1: The digital press Color Calibration procedure does not affect the quality of print jobs sent through your color server. It is for scan to print jobs only. The digital press has a number of monitoring sensors, as well as feedback and control mechanisms, that are designed to enhance overall calibration stability.
  • Page 33 Too l s M od e The five screening methods and what you should remember about each are described in the following table. Screening What to Remember Method 150C (LPI Provides better coverage on rough paper Cluster Dot) Larger dot provides better color stability Reduces black and other solid color mottle Provides better black coverage due to black toner granularity...
  • Page 34: Run Calibration

    Too l s M o de To access the calibration procedures: Touch the Auto Color Calibration button from the Machine Defaults 1 screen. The Auto Color Calibration screen appears. From this screen, you can perform the following tasks: • Run Calibration •...
  • Page 35 Too l s M od e Run Calibration Use the Run Calibration feature if it is visually obvious that the gray balance on your scan to print jobs is not correct. During the Run Calibration procedure, the digital press creates a Look Up Table by reading the 12 Toner Density Patches that print out.
  • Page 36 Too l s M o de Do one of the following: • Touch the 300 PG button to calibrate the 300 Line screens (200R, 200C, and 150C screens). Use this option only if you have noticed a problem with halftone screening. •...
  • Page 37 Too l s M od e Check Gradation The Check Gradation feature allows you to print gradated color patch prints for each line screen on the digital press. These gradated color patch prints are used to verify that the dry ink/toner densities for CMYK and Grey balance are correct.
  • Page 38 Too l s M o de Touch the Check Gradation button on the Auto Color Calibration screen to begin the process. The Check Gradation screen appears. Touch the button for the screen for which you want to check the gradation. Press the Start button on the Control Panel.
  • Page 39: Manual Adjust

    Too l s M od e Manual Adjust The Manual Adjust feature enables you to modify each color (CMYK) for Low, Mid, and High densities. You can also modify the same settings for the highlight values of each screen. Key point: Manual Adjust should be used only by an expert in color science.
  • Page 40 Too l s M o de Follow the directions on the screen and touch the button for the value you wish to adjust. Touch the up or down arrow buttons until the value you want is displayed in the field above the arrow buttons. Key point: You should not adjust the value more than 5 counts at a time.
  • Page 41: Tray Priority

    Too l s M od e Tray Priority The Tray Priority feature allows you to select priorities for each paper tray. If the Auto Tray Switching feature is enabled, and each paper tray contains the same size and weight paper, the digital press feeds paper from the paper tray set at Priority 1.
  • Page 42: System Timers

    Too l s M o de System Timers The System Timers feature allows you to change the factory default settings for the timers in the digital press. To access the various timers, touch the System Timers button on the Machine Defaults 1 screen. The System Timers screen appears.
  • Page 43 Too l s M od e Touch the Power Saver button on the System Timers screen. The Power Saver screen appears. Use the up or down arrow buttons to change the time. The range available is 1 to 240 minutes. To use the system default time of 60 minutes, touch the System Default button.
  • Page 44: Screen Saver

    Too l s M o de Screen Saver The Screen Saver feature allows you to protect the screen from being damaged with permanent marks if the digital press with scanner is idle for a period of time. Touch the Screen Saver button on the System Timers screen. The Screen Saver screen appears.
  • Page 45: Job Spacing

    Too l s M od e Job Spacing Use the Job Spacing feature when there are multiple jobs queued and you would like to allow 7 seconds to unload prints from a finishing device before the next job starts printing. Touch the Job Spacing button on the System Timers screen.
  • Page 46: Tools Off

    Too l s M o de Tools Off Use the Tools Off feature to have the digital press with scanner automatically return to the printing or scanning mode when no action has been taken on the Tools Mode screens after the set amount of time.
  • Page 47: Auto Resume Scan

    Too l s M od e Auto Resume Scan Use the Auto Resume feature to restart a copy job automatically after a fault is cleared and a scanned job is waiting for user instruction, or to restart a copy job waiting for user instruction after the Job Interrupt button on the Control Panel has been pressed.
  • Page 48: Auto Resume Print

    Too l s M o de Auto Resume Print Use the Auto Resume Print feature to restart a job automatically after a fault is cleared and a job received over the network is waiting for user instruction, or to restart a job waiting for user instruction after the Interrupt button on the Control Panel has been pressed.
  • Page 49: Auto Resume Stop

    Too l s M od e Auto Resume Stop Use the Auto Resume Stop feature to restart a job automatically after the Pause button on the Control Panel is pressed and the job is waiting for user instruction. Touch the Auto Resume Stop button on the System Timers screen.
  • Page 50: Auto Resume Hold

    Too l s M o de Auto Resume Hold Use the Auto Resume Hold feature to automatically proceed to print the next job in the queue if the job currently printing is waiting for user instruction to clear a certain type of fault. Touch the Auto Resume Hold button on the System Timers screen.
  • Page 51: Auditron Mode Off

    Too l s M od e Auditron Mode Off Use the Auditron Mode Off feature to set the time that it takes the digital press to return to the initial Password screen after the cessation of user activity while in Auditron Mode. Touch the Auditron Mode Off button on the System Timers screen.
  • Page 52: Job Complete

    Too l s M o de Job Complete The Job Complete feature determines when the digital press returns to the system default settings after a scanned job with programmed settings is complete. If a user has completed a job and failed to return the system settings to their default values by pressing the Clear All button on the Control Panel, the machine automatically restore the default settings after the amount of time set in the Job Complete screen.
  • Page 53: Job Program Incomplete

    Too l s M od e Job Program Incomplete The Job Program Incomplete feature allows users to set the time that it takes the digital press to return to the default feature settings after features buttons have been selected to program a job, but the job has not been started and no user activity has occurred for the amount of time selected.
  • Page 54: Audio Tones

    Too l s M o de Audio Tones There are three types of audio tones that can be activated on the digital press with scanner, as shown in the following table. Tone What the Tone Indicates Attention Tone An unselectable button has been touched. Button Selection Tone A selectable button has been touched.
  • Page 55: Productivity Setting

    Too l s M od e Productivity Setting The following table displays the productivity speeds for various substrates. The Productivity Setting is not accessible and can not be changed. Paper Size Substrate Simplex Duplex Min (mm) Max (mm) 210.0 216.0 45 ppm 22.5 ppm 64 - 80 g/m...
  • Page 56: Auto Tray Switching

    Too l s M o de Auto Tray Switching This feature allows you to set the default settings for the Auto Tray Switching, Auto Paper Selection, and the Inhibited Tray options. Default Setting What the Default Does Auto Tray Switching Allows the digital press to automatically select another paper tray, containing the appropriate paper, if the selected paper tray becomes unusable...
  • Page 57 Too l s M od e Touch the Enable or Disable button for the Auto Paper Selection option. To instruct the digital press to bypass one or more of the paper trays, touch the desired Paper Tray button in the Inhibited Tray column.
  • Page 58: Transparency Size

    Too l s M o de Transparency Size Use the Transparency Size button to change the default size for printing on transparencies. Your options are 8.5 x 11.0 inch and 8.3 x 11.7 inch (or A4). Touch the Transparency Size button on the Machine Defaults 1 screen.
  • Page 59: Set Date & Time

    Too l s M od e Set Date & Time Use the Set Date & Time feature to set the date and time for the system. The date and time is displayed on the Error Log screen and on the Date and Time screens. Setting the Date Touch the Set Date &...
  • Page 60: Setting The Time

    Too l s M o de Setting the Time Touch the Set Date & Time button on the Machine Defaults 1 screen. The Set Date and Time screen appears with the Set Date button selected and options for setting the date displayed on the right.
  • Page 61: Dual Language

    This feature enables you to set one of two available languages as the default for the Touch Screen. When your digital press was installed, your Xerox service representative loaded onto your system your choice of two languages that you can choose from to be displayed on the Touch Screen.
  • Page 62: Non-standard Paper Size

    Too l s M o de Non-Standard Paper Size You can run non-standard sized paper from Tray 3 by entering the paper size on the Non-Standard Paper Size screen for the tray being used. Key point: Be sure to select Non-Standard Size on the top front of the tray, and use the Paper Weight Indicator at the right side of the tray to select the paper weight being used.
  • Page 63: Oversize Settings

    Oversize Settings You can use Trays 1 and 2 to run 12 x 18 inch or SRA3 (12.6 x 17.7 inch, 320 x 450 mm) paper by having your Xerox representative remove the side paper guide on the paper tray, then selecting the tray and the paper size on this screen.
  • Page 64: Machine Defaults 2

    Too l s M o de Machine Defaults 2 This section describes the features available to you through the Machine Defaults 2 screen. You can access the following DocuColor features through the Machine Defaults 2 screen: • Paper Registration Adjustment •...
  • Page 65 Too l s M od e Paper Registration Adjustment Use the Paper Registration Adjustment feature when running duplex jobs to adjust the image position if the registration is not correct. Image adjustment may be necessary for a couple of reasons: •...
  • Page 66 Too l s M o de Output 10 duplex prints and compare the registration mark or reference point on side one to side two. Discard the first few prints, as inconsistency tends to be greater with these images. If there is misregistration, continue with this procedure. Measure the distance between the registration point and the edge of the paper on both the lead edge (Y) of the paper and the side edge (X).
  • Page 67 Too l s M od e Access Tools Mode and touch the Paper Registration Adjustment button on the Machine Defaults 2 screen. The Paper Registration Adjustment screen appears. Select either the Side 1 or Side 2 button to adjust the registration. Key point: Use the Oversize Paper Offset button only for papers larger than long edge feed, 8.5x11 inch or A4 paper.
  • Page 68 Too l s M o de Use the up or down arrow buttons to enter the amount of adjustment for either edge or both edges. Key point 1: Remember that the Lead Edge Registration adjustment is the feeding edge, or Y direction. The Side Edge Registration adjustment is the front to back, or X, direction.
  • Page 69 Too l s M od e Touch the Offset Level 1, 2, 3, or 4 button to adjust the position of the paper as it feeds. Refer to the following table for the adjustments made for each Offset Level. Paper Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...
  • Page 70: 100% Adjust

    Too l s M o de 100% Adjust Use the 100% Adjust feature to fine tune the 100% magnification value on your digital press with scanner. The available adjustment range is from 98.0% to 102.0%. Touch the 100% Adjust button on the Machine Defaults 2 screen. The 100% Adjust screen appears.
  • Page 71: Special Tray

    Too l s M od e Special Tray Use the Special Tray feature to select a default tray that holds special materials for each of the following features: • Covers • Inserts • Transparency Dividers • Booklet Creation Note: For more information on Covers, Inserts, Transparency Dividers, and Booklet Creation, please see the digital press Operator Manual (see pages 5-87, 5-88, 5-92, 5-96, and 5- 99).
  • Page 72: Additional Originals

    Too l s M o de Additional Originals Use the Additional Originals feature to scan, into one job, documents that have different programming requirements, or documents that must be scanned from different input areas. The original documents may be scanned using the Platen Glass, the DADF, or a combination of both.
  • Page 73: Stored Program Access

    Too l s M od e Stored Program Access Use the Stored Program Access feature to specify whether you want users to be able to store and recall jobs, or to just recall jobs. Touch the Stored Program Access button on the Machine Defaults 2 screen.
  • Page 74: Auto Recognition

    Too l s M o de Auto Recognition The Auto Recognition feature allows you to define the range for recognition between Text: Photo and Black & White: Color content in a scanned original by setting the default to favor the type of documents that are scanned most frequently.
  • Page 75 Too l s M od e Touch the Auto Recognition button on the Machine Defaults 2 screen. The Auto Recognition screen appears. Touch the Text: Photo or Black & White: Color button. Auto Photo & Text levels appear to the right of the Auto Recognition screen.
  • Page 76 Too l s M o de Touch the button for the desired level on the popup screen. The available levels are 1 to 5. Touch the Close button to return to the Machine Defaults 2 screen. D oc u Co l or 5 25 2 S y s te m A d mi n i s tr a ti o n G ui d e 2- 5 6...
  • Page 77: Reduce/enlarge Presets

    Too l s M od e Reduce/Enlarge Presets Use the Reduce/Enlarge Presets feature to change the factory set default values for the preset reduce and enlarge percentages that are available for the Reduce/Enlarge feature. The percentages can be changed to one of the available fixed magnifications, or you can change the variable preset percentages to whatever percentage between 25% and 400% you desire.
  • Page 78 Too l s M o de Touch the button for the desired Preset percentage. Preset values appear on the Reduce/Enlarge Presets screen. To change the preset value shown on these buttons, touch the desired fixed percentage button from the above screen. If you select the Variable preset, use the up or down arrow buttons, shown on the popup screen on the next page, to enter the desired percent value.
  • Page 79: Photo Reproduction Level

    Too l s M od e Photo Reproduction Level Use the Photo Reproduction Level feature to adjust the reproduction level on your digital press with scanner. Each reproduction level varies in the definition of halftone effect and text effect. Select a default level that represents the type of image that is most frequently scanned.
  • Page 80: Color Adjust & Registration

    Too l s M o de Color Adjust & Registration The Color Adjust & Registration feature allows you to define the 29 default colors that are available on the Basic Features screen, in the Single Color Option. The color selection available on the Single Color Palette screen can be changed by adjusting the density of Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow.
  • Page 81 Too l s M od e Touch the Color Adjust & Registration button on the Machine Defaults 2 screen. The Color Adjust & Registration screen appears. Touch the desired color button to display the default setting. Use the up or down arrow buttons to adjust the values for Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow.
  • Page 82: Auto Rotation

    Too l s M o de Auto Rotation The Auto Rotation feature allows you to turn on automatic rotation. Auto Rotation rotates the original image so it is in the same orientation as the selected output paper. This feature, if it is turned on, is useful in correcting any inconsistencies in image orientation.
  • Page 83 Too l s M od e Touch the Auto Rotation button on the Machine Defaults 2 screen. The Auto Rotation screen appears. Touch the On or Off button. Do c u Co lo r 52 5 2 S y s te m A dm i n is t r a ti o n G ui d e 2-63...
  • Page 84 Too l s M o de If you selected On, touch the button for either APS & Auto R/E or APS & Tray Select & Auto R/E on the popup screen. See the screen above for the Auto Rotation screen with APS & Auto R/E screen button selected.
  • Page 85: Maximum Scan To Print Quantity

    Too l s M od e Maximum Scan to Print Quantity Use the Maximum Scan to Print Quantity feature to set a limit on the number of copies that can be run for a single scan to print job. Touch the Maximum Scan to Print Quantity button on the Machine Defaults 2 screen.
  • Page 86: Decurler Setup

    Too l s M o de Decurler Setup Use the Decurler Setup feature to compensate for paper curl in your prints. Paper curl is caused by many variables: • The manufacturer’s brand of paper and the manufacturing lot. • The weight of the paper, and if it is coated or uncoated. •...
  • Page 87: Decurler Specifications

    Too l s M od e Decurler Specifications The Decurler has both top and bottom adjustment arms that apply pressure to the paper based on the selections made on the Decurler Setup screen. The degree of pressure is applied independently to the top and bottom Decurler arms. Paper Types A, B, and C, shown in the following table, are the parameters established for how papers interact with the digital press.
  • Page 88 Too l s M o de Load the Paper Tray with the paper you wish to use for a job. Make the correct paper weight selections on the tray for the paper being used and run a few test prints. If there is too much curl, proceed to step 2.
  • Page 89 If curl is still excessive, access the Tools Mode again and try another Paper Type setting. If you are not successful in reducing the curl, call your Xerox service representative. Touch the Reset button on the Decurler Setup screen to return to the settings established when you first accessed the screen.
  • Page 90: Feature Defaults 1

    Too l s M o de Feature Defaults 1 This section describes the features available to you through the Feature Defaults 1 screen. You can access the following DocuColor features through the Feature Defaults 1 screen: • Color Mode • Paper Supply •...
  • Page 91: Color Mode

    Too l s M od e Color Mode The Color Mode feature allows you to set the default on the Basic Features screen to Auto, Full Color (using Black, Yellow, Cyan, and Magenta), 3 Pass Color (using Yellow, Cyan, and Magenta), or Black.
  • Page 92: Paper Supply

    Too l s M o de Paper Supply The Paper Supply feature allows you to designate the default paper tray for your digital press. Touch the More... tab in the Tools Mode screen. Touch the Feature Defaults 1 tab. Touch the Paper Supply button. The Paper Supply screen appears.
  • Page 93: Edge/center Erase

    Too l s M od e Edge/Center Erase This feature allows you to set the default values for the Border Erase and the Edge Center Erase options, or to turn off Edge Erase. When you are making 2-sided copies, Edge Erase is applied to both sides of the output.
  • Page 94: Border Erase

    Too l s M o de Border Erase The Border Erase feature allows you to select the desired amount of the image to be erased on all four edges of the scan to print output. Erasing borders eliminates the shadows that are caused by the document edges during the scanning process.
  • Page 95: Edge Center Erase

    Too l s M od e Edge Center Erase The Edge Center Erase feature allows you to independently select the amount of the image you want to erase from the edges of the document. Users who do not want to select Edge Erase values for all four edges of their document at the same time are able to select the Left/Right and Top/Bottom values independently of each other.
  • Page 96: Color Shift

    Too l s M o de Color Shift The Color Shift feature allows you to shift the output color of your digital press. If you select a shift toward red, the red colors shift toward the yellow hue, the green colors toward the cyan hue, and the blue colors toward the magenta hue.
  • Page 97: Output

    Too l s M od e Output The Output feature allows you to set the default settings that display on the Output option on the Basic Features screen. You may select Auto, Face Up, Face Down, Collated, or Uncollated. Selecting Auto enables the digital press to determine the copy output based on the scan of the original document.
  • Page 98: Using A High Capacity Stacker Or Enhanced High Capacity

    Too l s M o de Using a High Capacity Stacker or Enhanced High Capacity Stacker Touch the Output button on the Feature Defaults 1 screen. The Output screen opens. Touch the Auto, Face Up, or Face Down button. Touch the Collate or Uncollate button. D oc u Co l or 5 25 2 S y s te m A d mi n i s tr a ti o n G ui d e 2- 7 8...
  • Page 99 Too l s M od e Touch the Stacker button. The Stacker screen appears. To send output to the Stacker Tray, touch the Stacker Tray button on the popup screen. To send output to the Top Tray, touch the Top Tray button. If you selected Stacker Tray, touch the Offset button to have the printer automatically separate your sets.
  • Page 100: Using A High Capacity Stacker Stapler

    Too l s M o de Using a High Capacity Stacker Stapler Touch the Output button on the Feature Defaults 1 screen. The Output screen appears. Touch the Auto, Face Up, or Face Down button. Touch the Collate or Uncollate button. D oc u Co l or 5 25 2 S y s te m A d mi n i s tr a ti o n G ui d e 2- 8 0...
  • Page 101 Too l s M od e Touch the Stapler/Stacker button. The Stapler/Stacker screen opens. To send output to the Main Tray, touch the Main Tray button on the popup screen. To send output to the Top Tray, touch the Top Tray button.
  • Page 102: Sided Output

    Too l s M o de 2 Sided Output The 2 Sided Output feature allows you to set the default for the 2 Sided output options on the Added Features screen for scan to print jobs. The selections available are described in the following table.
  • Page 103 Too l s M od e Touch the 2-sided output button on the Feature Defaults 1 screen. The 2 Sided Output screen appears. Touch the 1 to 1, 1 to 2, 2 to 2, or 2 to 1 button. The following screens show the 2 Sided Output screen with 2 to 2 Sided selected and with 2-1 Sided selected.
  • Page 104 Too l s M o de If you select one of the 2 sided options, select either Head to Head orientation or Head to Toe orientation, as described in the following table. If you Then select... choose... 1 to 2 output Either the Head to Head button or the Head to Toe button to select the orientation of the images on the copies.
  • Page 105: Original Type

    Too l s M od e Original Type The Original Type option allows you to set the original type default on the Image Quality screen. Set the default for the majority of the original documents that you will be scanning or printing. Based on the selection, the digital press automatically makes fine adjustments to optimize the sharpness based on the type of original selected.
  • Page 106 Too l s M o de Key point: If you select either Auto Photo & Text or Photo, you should also select the detail for that original type. The details that can be selected for each of these original types described in the following table.
  • Page 107 Too l s M od e Touch the Original Type button on the Feature Defaults 1 screen. The Original Type screen appears. Under the Auto Photo & Text, Text, Photo, or Map column headings, select an original type for your default setting. If you choose the Auto Photo &...
  • Page 108: Chroma

    Too l s M o de Chroma The Chroma feature allows you to raise or lower the chroma default setting of Normal to achieve more or less color saturation on prints. Chroma adjusts the overall richness of color on the output prints.
  • Page 109: Reduce/enlarge

    Too l s M od e Reduce/Enlarge The Reduce/Enlarge option sets the percentage value at 100%, Auto, or Preset/Variable for the default reduction or enlargement option that displays on the Basic Features screen. 100% or Auto If you select 100%, the digital press duplicates the output print at the same size as the original document.
  • Page 110: Preset/variable

    Too l s M o de Preset/Variable If you select Preset/Variable, the digital press reduces or enlarges the original document at the selected value. The default percentages that you set will appear on the Preset/Variable screen, which can be accessed through the Basic Features, Reduce/Enlarge, More...
  • Page 111: Image Shift

    Too l s M od e Image Shift The Image Shift feature allows you to set the default for Image Shift in the Added Features, Image Shift screen. You can set separate defaults for Side 1 and Side 2 images on the output print. The options available: Default When to Select...
  • Page 112 Too l s M o de Touch the Image Shift button on the Feature Defaults 1 screen. The Image Shift screen appears. Touch the button for the desired image shift option. Settings for the image shift option you selected appear on the right side of the screen.
  • Page 113 Too l s M od e • If you selected the Unrestricted Shift button, select Side 1 or Side 2. Then use the horizontal arrow buttons to specify the amount of the image shift from Left to Right. To specify the amount of the image shift from Top to Bottom, use the vertical arrow buttons.
  • Page 114 Too l s M o de • If you selected the Corner Shift button, select Side 1 or Side 2. Then use the eight different arrow buttons to shift your original image. Repeat for the other side if required. Touch the Close button to return to the Feature Defaults 1 screen. D oc u Co l or 5 25 2 S y s te m A d mi n i s tr a ti o n G ui d e 2- 9 4...
  • Page 115: Color Balance

    Too l s M od e Color Balance The Color Balance feature allows you to set the default levels for the four process colors (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) on the Image Quality screen. You can set the defaults for areas of high, medium, and low density on the scanned prints.
  • Page 116: Lighten/darken

    Too l s M o de Lighten/Darken The Lighten/Darken feature enables you to set the default for the Lighten/Darken option on the Image Quality screen. Changing this setting adjusts the overall lightness or darkness (density) of the output copy. Select Darken settings for light originals and Lighten settings for dark originals.
  • Page 117: Feature Defaults 2

    Too l s M od e Feature Defaults 2 Access the Feature Defaults 2 screen by touching the More... tab on the Machine Defaults1, Machine Defaults 2, or Feature Defaults 1 screen. Do c u Co lo r 52 5 2 S y s te m A dm i n is t r a ti o n G ui d e 2-97...
  • Page 118: Sharpness

    Too l s M o de Sharpness The Sharpness feature allows you to set the default for the Sharpness option on the Image Quality screen. Changing the setting adjusts the amount of image edge definition on scanned prints. Use the sharp levels to increase the amount of edge definition for original documents such as maps, line art, or graphics that have crisp lines.
  • Page 119: Auditron

    Auditron Key point: Some features or options described in this chapter may not display or be selectable depending on the configuration of your machine. Overview The Auditron Mode enables you to: • Change the Tools Mode password • Establish a separate password for access to the Auditron Mode •...
  • Page 120: Authentication

    A ud i tr o n Touch the Auditron Administration Pathway button on the screen. The The Auditron Administration screen appears. Authentication The Auditron Mode allows you to set up your digital press to be used only by those individuals with a scan to print password. The Authentication feature allows you to enable or disable the Auditron Mode.
  • Page 121 Auditron Touch the Authentication button on the Auditron Administration screen. The Authentication screen appears. Touch the Auditron On or Auditron Off button. Touch the Close button to return to the Auditron Administration screen. Do c u Co lo r 52 5 2 S y s te m A dm i n is t r a ti o n G ui d e...
  • Page 122: Initialization

    A ud i tr o n Initialization User Accounts are individual accounts that can be set up with print limits, color limits, a password, and copy volume limits. General Accounts contain copy volume information only. They are not individualized. The Initialization screen allows you to reset information in User Accounts and General Accounts at one time.
  • Page 123 Auditron The following table provides information on Initialization screen options and what they do. Option What it does Reset All Print Limits Touch this button to reset the print limit to No Limit for all User Accounts. A confirmation screen asks you if you are sure you want to reset all copy limits.
  • Page 124: Create/modify User Accounts

    A ud i tr o n Create/Modify User Accounts The Create/Modify User Accounts screen enables you to create user accounts, passwords, print limits, and color options for each account, or review existing account privileges. You are also able to change the default password for entering the Tools Pathway and to create a new password for the Auditron Mode, if so desired.
  • Page 125: Creating A User Account

    Auditron Creating a User Account Use the following procedure to create a User Account. Note: To undo the last change that you made, touch the Undo button at the top of the screen. The last setting that you changed is returned to its previous value. Touch the Create/Modify User Accounts button on the Auditron Administration screen.
  • Page 126 A ud i tr o n Touch the Input Password button. Use the Control Panel keypad to enter the unique five-digit password for this account. Touch the Enter button in the center of the screen. The password you enter is displayed in the User Password field. Touch the Input Account Limit button.
  • Page 127: Modifying A User Account

    Auditron Modifying a User Account Use the following procedure to modify a User Account. Note: To undo the last change that you made, touch the Undo button at the top of the screen. The last setting that you changed will be returned to its previous value. Touch the Create/Modify User Accounts button on the Auditron Administration screen.
  • Page 128: Changing The Tools Mode Password

    A ud i tr o n Changing the Tools Mode Password Use the following procedure to change the Access password for the Tools Mode. Touch the Create/Modify User Accounts button on the Auditron Administration screen. The Create/Modify User Accounts screen appears.
  • Page 129: Creating A Password For The Auditron Mode

    Auditron Creating a Password for the Auditron Mode Use the following procedure to create a unique password for accessing the Auditron Mode. Touch the Create/Modify User Accounts button on the Auditron Administration screen. The Create/Modify User Accounts screen, shown in Figure 5, appears. Touch the Next Open Account button.
  • Page 130 A ud i tr o n Touch the Access Rights button at the top of the screen. The Access Rights screen appears. Touch the Auditron Administrator Access button. Touch the Close button. Touch the Enter button on the Create/Modify User Accounts screen.
  • Page 131: Review User Accounts

    Auditron Review User Accounts Key point: The user accounts discussed below are available only if you have a scanner. This screen enables you to review the Auditron information for each individual user account, which allows employers to keep records of the number of pages each user is scanning and verify scan volumes for the Billing Count.
  • Page 132 A ud i tr o n Touch the Review User Accounts button on the Auditron Administration screen. The Review User Accounts screen appears. Touch the From Keypad button and use the keypad to enter the account number that you want to review. Touch the Enter button.
  • Page 133: Review General Accounts

    Auditron Review General Accounts The Review General Accounts screen enables you to review the Auditron information for each General Account, which allows you to confirm the copy volume for the Billing Count. The meters show volumes for the following types: •...
  • Page 134 A ud i tr o n Touch the Review General Accounts button on the Auditron Administration screen. The Review General Accounts screen appears. • Touch the From Keypad button to enter the general account number you want to review. • Touch the Next Open Account button to review the next open account.
  • Page 135: Review Printer Job Account

    Auditron Review Printer Job Account Key point: You can review printer job accounts only if you are on a networked system. Use the Review Printer Job Account screen to determine the number of print jobs sent from the color server connected to your digital press.
  • Page 136: Review Service Prints Account

    Review Service Prints Account The Review Service Prints Account screen enables you to review the number of prints a Xerox Service Representative has made. You are not charged for these prints. This feature also enables you to reset the meters.
  • Page 137 Auditron Review the values in Meter A, Meter B, Meter C, and Meter D. To return these meters to zero, touch the Reset button. A confirmation screen asks if you are sure you want to reset the meters. Touch the Close button to return to the Auditron Administration screen.
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