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Kyocera 1650 Advanced Operation Manual

Kyocera printer/fax/scanner/copier operation guide 1650, 2050, 2550.
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    This Operation Guide is for 1650, 2050, and 2550. This Operation Guide mentions that 1650 is a 16 ppm (prints per minute) model, 2050 is a 20 ppm (prints per minute) model, and 2550 is a 25 ppm (prints per minute) model.

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    Guide to This Operation Guide This operation guide has the following chapters. The content of each chapter is summarized below for reference. 1 Copier Functions This chapter explains various settings that can be made in relation to the copier functions of this machine.

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    Conventions This manual uses the following conventions: Bold indicates key names. Courier indicates content of the message display. Note contain important information aside from the text. Italic refers to another page or other guide.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Copier Functions ... 1-1 Paper Source Selection ...1-2 Original Size Selection ...1-3 Image Quality Mode ...1-5 Copy Exposure Adjustment ...1-6 Number of Copies to Be Made ...1-7 Zoom Copying ...1-8 Auto Zoom Ratio Selection Mode ...1-8 Zoom Mode ...1-9 Preset Zoom Mode ...1-9 Original Orientation ...1-10 Interrupt Mode ...1-11...

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    Print Configuration ... 2-30 Number of Copies ... 2-30 Reduction Printing ... 2-31 Print Orientation ... 2-31 Page Protect Mode ... 2-32 Line Feed (LF) Action ... 2-32 Carriage Return (CR) Action ... 2-33 Wide A4 ... 2-33 Print Quality ... 2-34 KIR Mode ...

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    Job Accounting ... 4-1 Job Accounting Mode ...4-2 Managing Accounts ...4-4 Registering a New Account ...4-4 Setting Limit of Use ...4-5 Deleting an Account ...4-8 Changing Limit of Use ...4-9 All Account Management ...4-10 Individual Account Management ...4-11 Enabling Job Accounting ...4-12 Default Settings ...4-13 Copier Job Accounting ...4-13 Printer Job Accounting ...4-14...

  • Page 9: Copier Functions

    Copier Functions This chapter explains the following topics. • Paper Source Selection • Original Size Selection • Image Quality Mode • Copy Exposure Adjustment • Number of Copies to Be Made • Zoom Copying • Original Orientation • Interrupt Mode •...

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    Paper Source Selection Perform the following procedure to select a paper source (cassette or multi-bypass tray) with the desired paper size. Set the original. If Auto is displayed on the message display, copy paper of the same size as the original is automatically selected.

  • Page 11: Original Size Selection

    Original Size Selection With manual original size selection, this machine can scan only the part of a specified size of the original for copying. Also you can use an irregular size original by inputting the original size. Selecting an Original Size from Regular Size Set the original.

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    Press the Enter key. Press the Start key. Copying starts. Inputting the Original Size Set the original. Press the Original Size key. Press the Press the Enter key. Press the < key or the > key to set the vertical size. You can set the vertical size to 2"...

  • Page 13: Image Quality Mode

    Image Quality Mode You can select the image quality mode according to the type of originals. Image quality mode Text + Photo Text Photo Set the original. Press the image quality mode select key to select the desired mode. Press the Start key. Copying starts. Note •...

  • Page 14: Copy Exposure Adjustment

    Copy Exposure Adjustment This section explains how to adjust the copy exposure. The following modes are available for copy exposure adjustment. Mode Auto exposure mode Manual exposure mode Auto Exposure Mode Press the Auto Exposure key. The machine detects the density of the original and sets the optimum exposure.

  • Page 15: Number Of Copies To Be Made

    Number of Copies to Be Made Set the number of copies to be made as follows. You can set the number of copies to 999 at the maximum. Set the original. Use the numeric keys to set the desired number of copies.

  • Page 16: Zoom Copying

    Zoom Copying The zoom ratio can be changed to reduce or enlarge the copies. The following modes are available for zoom copying. Mode Auto zoom ratio selection mode Zoom mode Preset zoom mode Auto Zoom Ratio Selection Mode Original images are reduced or enlarged according to the selected paper size. Note You can set a default setting so that the auto zoom ratio selection mode is selected when you select a cassette.

  • Page 17: Zoom Mode

    Press the Start key. Copying starts. Zoom Mode With this mode, the zoom ratio can be set between 25 % and 200 % in 1 % increments. Set the original. Press the Zoom key. Use the numeric keys to input the zoom ratio. The zoom ratio is displayed on the message display.

  • Page 18: Original Orientation

    Original Orientation You must specify the orientation of the original when using the following functions: duplex copying, split copying (from 2-sided originals), margin mode, border erase mode, combine copying, auto selection mode (optional), and staple copying (optional). When the originals are set on the platen: When the originals are set in the document processor: Note You can change the default setting of the orientation of the original.

  • Page 19: Interrupt Mode

    Interrupt Mode The interrupt mode can be used to stop output of copying or another job temporarily and to output urgent copy or print data or received fax data. After the interrupt processing is complete, the interrupted job can be resumed. The following modes are available for the interrupt function.

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    Note • Priority:Printer is displayed when the machine has print data. • Priority:Fax is displayed when the machine has received fax data. Press the Enter key. If you have selected Interrupt copy, message Interrupt mode OK [Interrupt mode] is displayed. Proceed to the next step. If you have selected Priority:Printer or Priority:Fax, output of data starts.

  • Page 21: Duplex Copying

    Duplex Copying Two-sided copies can be made from a variety of originals including double-page spread or two-sided originals. Note The optional duplex unit must be installed. The following modes are available for duplex copying. Mode 1 sided->2 sided [1-sided->2-sided] (2-sided copying from 1-sided originals) 2 sided->2 sided [2-sided->2-sided]...

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    Mode Book->2-sided (2-sided copying from double-page spread originals) Set the original. Press the Duplex/Split Page key. Press the duplex copy mode from 1 sided->2 sided [1-sided->2-sided], 2 sided->2 sided [2-sided->2-sided], and Book->2-sided. Press the Enter key. If you have selected 1 sided->2 sided [1-sided->2-sided], proceed to the next step. If you have selected 2 sided->2 sided [2-sided->2-sided], or Book->2-sided, proceed to step 7.

  • Page 23: Split Copying

    Split Copying Each page of double-page spread or two-sided originals is copied separately. The following modes are available for split copying. Mode 2 sided->1 sided [2-sided->1-sided] (Split copying from double-page spread originals) Book->1-sided (Split copying from 2-sided originals) Set the original. Press the Duplex/Split Page key.

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    Press the Start key. Scanning of the original starts. If the originals have been set in the optional document processor, copying starts automatically. If the original has been set on the platen, a message prompting replacement of the original is displayed.

  • Page 25: Sort Copying

    Sort Copying Since copying in this mode is performed after multiple originals have been scanned and memorized, a required number of collated copy sets can be produced. Note If the optional document processor is installed, you can select whether or not to turn on the sort mode at a default setting.

  • Page 26: Offset Copying

    Offset Copying For copying of multiple sets, the orientation of the copies can be changed at the end of each set for easy classification. Notes • If the optional document processor or finisher is not installed, use this function with sort copying.

  • Page 27: Staple Copying

    Staple Copying Copies can be stapled at the upper left or upper right corner. Note The optional finisher must be installed. The relation between the orientation of originals and the stapling position is shown below. Set the original. Press the Staple key. Press the stapling position.

  • Page 28: Combine Copying

    Combine Copying Two or four originals can be reduced and copied onto a single sheet. Also borderlines of each original can be marked with solid lines or dotted lines. Note Both the original size and the copy paper size must be regular sizes. Combine Copying Modes The following modes are available for combine copying.

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    2 in 1 The orientations of the originals and the finished copy are shown below. When the originals are set on the platen: Original Original When the originals are set in the document processor: Original Original Copy Copy Copy Copy 1-21...

  • Page 30: In 1 (horizontal Arrangement)

    4 in 1 (horizontal arrangement) The orientations of the originals and the finished copy are shown below. When the originals are set on the platen: When the originals are set in the document processor: 1-22 Original Original Original Original Copy Copy Copy Copy...

  • Page 31: In 1 (vertical Arrangement)

    4 in 1 (vertical arrangement) The orientations of the originals and the finished copy are shown below. When the originals are set on the platen: Original Original When the originals are set in the document processor: Original Original Copy Copy Copy Copy 1-23...

  • Page 32: Borderline Types

    Borderline Types The following borderline types are available. Borderline type None Solid Dotted Mark [Cropmark] Setting the Combine Copying Set the original. Press the Combine key. Press the combine copying mode. Press the Enter key. Press the borderline type. 1-24 2 in 1 key or the key to select the desired...

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    Press the Enter key Press the Start key. Scanning of the original starts. If the originals have been set in the optional document processor, copying starts automatically. If the original has been set on the platen, a message prompting replacement of the original is displayed.

  • Page 34: Margin Mode

    Margin Mode The image of the original can be shifted to make a margin (blank) space at the left or top side on the copy. You can set the width of each margin to 1/8" to 3/4" in 1/8" increments [1 mm to 18 mm in 1 mm increments].

  • Page 35: Border Erase Mode

    Border Erase Mode Shadows that may appear around the edges of copies can be erased. The following modes are available for border erase function. Mode Sheet Erase Book Erase Note You can set the default value of the border erase width. (See on page 3-10.) Set the original.

  • Page 36: Continuous Copying

    Continuous Copying The continuous copying function allows multiple originals to be separated into some blocks, to be scanned at more than one time, and to be copied in one batch. Since multiple originals of the same type are scanned in multiple steps to accumulate data in memory, many originals can be copied in one batch.

  • Page 37: Auto Rotation

    Auto Rotation With the auto rotation function, the image of the original is automatically rotated counterclockwise by 90 degrees if the orientation of the original is different from that of the paper loaded in the cassette. Notes • The paper sizes that can be used for auto rotation are A4/11 × 8 Folio, 11 ×...

  • Page 38: Ecoprint Mode

    EcoPrint Mode The ecoprint mode can reduce toner consumption. Use this mode when high quality copies are not necessary, for example, for trial copying. Notes • The copy exposure will be a little lighter. • You can select whether or not to turn on the ecoprint mode at a default setting. (See Mode Set the original.

  • Page 39: Auto Selection Mode

    Auto Selection Mode With the auto selection mode, you need not use the Paper Select key to specify the paper size when using the optional document processor. The original sizes are detected one by one and each original is automatically copied to a sheet of the same size. Notes •...

  • Page 40: Program Function

    Program Function Up to eight combinations of copy modes and functions displayed on the operation panel can be registered as a single program. Registering a Program Set the desired copy modes, etc., to be registered. Press the Program key. Press the program.

  • Page 41: Printer Settings

    Printer Settings This chapter explains the settings required for using the printer functions. For setting operation required for using this machine as a network printer, use the operation panel. The principal settings that can be made are shown below. • Using This Machine as a Network Printer •...

  • Page 42: Using This Machine As A Network Printer

    Using This Machine as a Network Printer To use this machine as a network printer, use the procedure below for the setting. (Refer to Setting operation from the operation panel of this machine (See this chapter.) Principal setting items • Network •...

  • Page 43: Menu Hierarchical Diagram

    Menu Hierarchical Diagram Note > displayed on each setting screen indicates the current setting. Print Status No, Print Page e-MPS Quick Copy Private/ Stored Print VMB Data List of VMB List of code e-MPS Configuration Interface Parallel Network Option Select User Select JOB Name Select User...

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    Emulation PCL 6 KC-GL KPDL KPDL (AUTO) Line Printer IBM Proprinter Diablo 630 EPSON LQ-850 Font Select Font Code Set List of Inter. Fonts List of Option Fonts Page Set Copies Zoom(Reduce) Orientation Page Protect LF Action CR Action Wide A4 Print KIR Mode Quality...

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    HARD DISK Read Data Read Program Write Data Delete Data Delete Font Delete Program Delete Macro Delete the language Format List of Partitions RAM Disk On, Off Mode Change # Memory Card Read Fonts Read Macro Read Data Read Program Write Data Delete Data Delete Font...

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    Others Form Feed Time Out Print HEX-DUMP Printer Reset Resource Prot. Auto Continue Finishing Error Service 0 to 495 sec. Off, Permanent, Perm/Temp On, Off 0 to 495 sec. Change # Proces. On, Off Duplex print Staple mode On, Off Print Status No, Print Page...

  • Page 47: Status Page Printing

    Status Page Printing The printer default settings, the memory capacity, and so on are printed in a list. Press the Printer key. Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Status Page. Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. The status page is printed. key or the key to select MENU.

  • Page 48: E-mps Function

    e-MPS Function The following items can be set in e-MPS function setting. • Printing Quick Copy/Proof-and-Hold • Deleting Quick Copy/Proof-and-Hold • Printing Private Print/Stored Job • Deleting Private Print/Stored Job • Printing Virtual Mailbox Accumulated Data • Printing Virtual Mailbox List •...

  • Page 49: Deleting Quick Copy/proof-and-hold

    Press the Press the Enter key. Press the The user name is the name that has been set with the printer driver. Press the Enter key. Press the name. The job name is the name that has been set with the printer driver. Press the Enter key.

  • Page 50: Deleting Private Print/stored Job

    Press the Private/Stored. Press the Enter key. Press the The user name is the name that has been set with the printer driver. Press the Enter key. Press the name. The job name is the name that has been set with the printer driver.

  • Page 51: Printing Virtual Mailbox Accumulated Data

    Printing Virtual Mailbox Accumulated Data With the virtual mailbox function, a job is stored in the virtual mailbox. If you use the virtual mailbox function to print a document with the printer driver, the job is stored and is not printed until you execute printing from the operation panel.

  • Page 52: Printing Code Job List

    Press the Enter key. The virtual mailbox list is printed. Printing Code Job List Permanent code jobs in the hard disk can be printed. Display the e-MPS screen. (See Press the code JOB. Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. The code job list is printed. 2-12 VIRTUAL MAIL BOX LIST How to Display the e-MPS Screen...

  • Page 53: E-mps Detail Settings

    e-MPS Detail Settings The e-MPS settings such as the maximum number of documents that can be stored in the hard disk and the capacity assigned to each function can be changed. Maximum Number of Quick Copy Jobs That Can Be Registered Display the e-MPS screen.

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    Press the < key or the > key to input the capacity for storage of temporary code jobs. You can set the capacity to 0 to 9999 MB. Press the Enter key. Total Capacity for Storage of Permanent Code Jobs Set the total capacity (upper limit) for storage of permanent code jobs in the hard disk.

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    Press the < key or the > key to input the capacity for storage of virtual mailboxes (VMB). You can set the capacity to 0 to 9999 MB. Press the Enter key. VMB Size 1550 Mbyte 2-15...

  • Page 56: Interface

    Interface This machine is equipped with a parallel interface, USB interface, and network interface as standard components. How to Display the Interface Screen Press the Printer key. Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. The Interface screen is displayed. Next, perform the setting referring to the following description of each setting item.

  • Page 57: Network Setting

    Press the transmission/reception mode for the parallel interface. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Network Setting To perform network printing, network setting is required. This section describes the setting required for using the network function.

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    Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. EtherTalk When using this machine by connecting to an Apple Macintosh computer, turn EtherTalk On. Display the Interface screen. (See Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 59: Ip Address

    Press the Enter key. DHCP This machine supports DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). When using DHCP, turn DHCP On. Display the TCP/IP screen referring to steps 1 to 5 of Press the key or the Press the Enter key. Press the key or the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 60: Subnet Mask

    Use the numeric keys to input the IP address. Enter the first block of 3 digits of the address in the highlighted area. Press the > key. Enter the next block of 3 digits of the address in the highlighted area. Continue the same procedure for the other 2 blocks.

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    Network Status Page Printing When printing the status page, you can also print the network status page in succession. Display the Interface screen. (See Press the key or the key to select Network. Press the Enter key. Press the key or the key to select Network Status Page.

  • Page 62: Emulation

    Emulation Note You can set the emulation for each interface. Emulation Mode Selection Emulation modes that can be used with this machine: PCL6, KC-GL, KPDL, KPDL (AUTO), Line Printer, IBM Proprinter, Diablo 630, EPSON LQ-850 If you set KC-GL, you can set the thickness of the pen and the page size. If you set KPDL (AUTO), switching between KPDL and an alternative emulation mode will be automatically performed according to the print data.

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    KC-GL Pen Thickness If you have selected the KC-GL emulation, you can set the thicknesses of the eight pens and the page size. Continue the procedure from step 9 of shown below. Press the key or the Adjust. Press the Enter key. Press the key or the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 64: Kpdl Error Printing

    KPDL Error Printing The details of any error that occurs during printing in the KPDL emulation mode can be printed. Continue the procedure from step 9 of Press the Errs. Press the Enter key. Press the you set On, the details of any error will be printed. Press the Enter key.

  • Page 65: Font

    Font You can select the default font for the current interface. The default font can be one of the internal fonts or a font stored in the optional memory card. You can set the following items for fonts. • Font Selection •...

  • Page 66: Font Size

    Press the Press the Enter key. The font number is displayed. Characters displayed before font numbers indicate the following items. Display Press the < key or the > key to input the font number. For internal font numbers, see Printing on page 2-28.

  • Page 67: Courier/letter Gothic Font Character Pitch

    Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Courier/Letter Gothic Font Character Pitch You can set the character pitch of the Courier or Letter Gothic font. Display the Font screen. (See Press the Press the Enter key. Note If optional fonts as well as internal fonts are stored in this machine, a screen for selecting Internal font or Option font is displayed.

  • Page 68: Code Set Selection

    Press the Dark. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Code Set Selection With the PCL6 emulation, you can select a code set. Display the Font screen. (See Press the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 69

    Printer Settings Press the Enter key. Printing of the font list starts. Internal Scalable and Bitmapped Fonts List PRESCRIBE Font Name Scalable/Bitmap Password Selection [FSET] Font ID Internal Scalable and Bitmapped Fonts List PRESCRIBE Font Name Scalable/Bitmap Password Selection [FSET] Font ID 2-29...

  • Page 70: Print Configuration

    Print Configuration You can set the following items for print configuration. • Number of Copies • Reduction Printing • Print Orientation • Page Protect Mode • Line Feed (LF) Action • Carriage Return (CR) Action • Wide A4 Note You can set the print configuration for each interface. How to Display the Page Set Screen Press the Printer key.

  • Page 71: Reduction Printing

    Press the < key or the > key to input the number of copies. You can set any number from 1 to 999. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Reduction Printing If you specify the paper size (original size) and the output size, the machine reduces the image at a preset magnification ratio to print onto the specified output size paper.

  • Page 72: Page Protect Mode

    Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Page Protect Mode To maintain the printer memory efficiently, the default setting of this mode is Auto. Normally, this menu is not displayed. If a print overrun error occurs due to insufficient printer memory, Page Protect is forcibly set to On.

  • Page 73: Carriage Return (cr) Action

    Carriage Return (CR) Action Set the action of the machine to be executed when it receives a carriage return code (0DH). Display the Page Set screen. (See Press the Press the Enter key. Press the action from CR only, CR and LF, and Ignore CR. CR only: Performs a carriage return.

  • Page 74: Print Quality

    Print Quality You can set the following items for print quality. • KIR Mode • EcoPrint Setting • Resolution Setting • Print Density How to Display the Print Quality Screen Press the Printer key. Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Quality.

  • Page 75: Ecoprint Setting

    EcoPrint Setting The ecoprint mode allows printing with less toner consumption. Use this mode when high quality printing is not necessary, for example, for trial printing. Display the Print Quality screen. (See page 2-34.) Press the Mode. Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 76: Print Density

    Print Density The print density can be adjusted among five levels from 1 (light) to 5 (dark). Display the Print Quality screen. (See page 2-34.) Press the Density. Press the Enter key. Press the < key or the > key to set the print density. Press the Enter key.

  • Page 77: Memory Card Operation

    Memory Card Operation If the optional memory card is installed in this machine, the following operations are available. • Reading Font Data • Reading Macro Data • Reading Data • Reading Program • Writing Data • Deleting Data • Deleting Font Data •...

  • Page 78: Reading Macro Data

    Reading Macro Data Display the Memory Card screen. (See Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. Macros are read from the memory card. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Reading Data Display the Memory Card screen.

  • Page 79: Writing Data

    Writing Data Display the Memory Card screen. (See Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. GO and CANCEL are displayed. Note If you select CANCEL and press the Enter key, data is not written. Send data from your computer to this machine. When the data is received, the message display of this machine changes to Processing data.

  • Page 80: Deleting Program Data

    Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Deleting Program Data Display the Memory Card screen. (See Press the Program. Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. The selected program is deleted from the memory card. Press the Reset key.

  • Page 81: Printing A Partition List

    Display the Memory Card screen. (See Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. Formatting of the memory card starts. When formatting is complete, format information is output. Printing a Partition List Display the Memory Card screen. (See Press the Partitions.

  • Page 82

    Printer Settings Press the Enter key. The partition list is printed. PARTITION LIST 2-42...

  • Page 83: Hard Disk Operation

    Hard Disk Operation If the optional hard disk is installed in this machine, the following operations are available. • Reading Data • Reading Program • Writing Data • Deleting Data • Deleting Font Data • Deleting Program Data • Deleting Macro Data •...

  • Page 84: Ram Disk Operation

    RAM Disk Operation RAM Disk Functions This machine is equipped with RAM disk functions. The RAM disk is a virtual disk unit that uses a part of the memory. If you assign a certain size of the memory to the RAM disk, you can use the RAM disk for electronic sorting (for reduction of total print time) and storage and reading of data.

  • Page 85: Ram Disk Size

    Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Mode. Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. The operation procedure of each item is the same as that of the memory card operation. See Memory Card Operation RAM Disk Size Press the Printer key.

  • Page 86

    Press the < key or the > key to input the RAM disk size. You can set the size to 1 to 1024 Mbyte. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. Press the Press the Enter key. This machine restarts. 2-46 key or the key to select Yes.

  • Page 87: Paper Handling

    Paper Handling You can set the following items for paper. • Multi-Bypass Tray Mode • Paper Source • Duplex Print Mode • Output Destination • Override A4/Letter How to Display the Paper Handling Screen Press the Printer key. Press the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 88: Paper Source

    Paper Source Set the paper source to be selected first. Display the Paper Handling screen. (See page 2-47.) Press the Press the Enter key. Press the paper source. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Duplex Print Mode Set the binding position on finished prints in duplex printing.

  • Page 89: Output Destination

    Press the Enter key. Press the bind or Long edge bind. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Output Destination Set the paper output destination. Setting Top tray Finisher Job Separator Note This item is displayed only if the optional finisher or job separator is installed.

  • Page 90

    Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. 2-50 key or the key to select On or Off. Override A4/LT Back...

  • Page 91: Other Settings

    Other Settings You can set the following items for other settings. • Form Feed Timeout • Received Data Dump • Printer Function Resetting • Resource Protect Mode • Auto Continue • Duplex Printing Error Detection • Stapling Error Detection • Service Status Page Printing How to Display the Others Screen Press the Printer key.

  • Page 92: Received Data Dump

    Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Received Data Dump You can print data received by this machine as hexadecimal codes for debugging programs and files. Display the Others screen. (See Press the HEX-DUMP. Press the Enter key.

  • Page 93: Resource Protect Mode

    Resource Protect Mode The resource protect mode protects the resource data such as downloaded fonts and macros and memorizes the PCL resources even if the emulation mode is switched. If you select Permanent, temporary resources are not protected. If you select Perm/Temp, however, temporary resources are also protected.

  • Page 94: Duplex Printing Error Detection

    Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. If you have selected On, Change # is displayed. To set the time that elapses before auto continue is activated, press the Change #. Press the Enter key. The Auto Continue (time) screen is displayed. Press the <...

  • Page 95: Stapling Error Detection

    Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the printer basic screen. Stapling Error Detection You can select whether or not to display Add Staples and Press GO when staples have run out while stapling is performed.

  • Page 96: Service Status Page Printing

    Service Status Page Printing The service status page contains more detailed printer setting information than the normal status page. This page is mainly used by the service personnel for maintenance. Use the following procedure to print this page as needed. Display the Others screen.

  • Page 97: System Menu

    System Menu This chapter explains the system settings concerning the general operation of this machine. The principal settings that can be made are shown below. • Default Setting Mode • Multi-Bypass Tray Settings • Browsing and Printing the Total Counter •...

  • Page 98: Default Setting Mode

    Default Setting Mode For this machine, the state that the machine enters at the end of warm-up or when the Reset key is pressed is called initial mode. The settings of this machine that are made automatically in the initial mode are called default settings.

  • Page 99: Exposure Mode

    Note The four-digit management code can be changed. (See Change on page 3-23.) If the management code is accepted, the Copy Default screen is displayed. Next, perform the setting referring to the following description of each setting item. Note The * (asterisk) at an item on each setting screen indicates the current setting. Exposure Mode Set the Default exposure mode: auto or manual.

  • Page 100: Paper Selection

    EcoPrint Mode Select whether or not to set the ecoprint mode at the default setting. Display the Copy Default screen. (See Press the Press the Enter key. To set the ecoprint mode as the default setting, press key or the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 101: Paper Type In Auto Paper Selection

    Press the Enter key. Press the key or the Default cassette. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Paper Type in Auto Paper Selection Paper to be selected in the auto paper selection mode can be limited to a certain paper type. Paper types that can be set: Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, Vellum, Rough, Letterhead, Color [Colour], Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Thick paper, High quality, and Custom 1 (to 8)

  • Page 102: Auto Exposure Adjustment

    Display the Copy Default screen. (See Press the Cassette. Press the Enter key. Press the that will be used with priority. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Default Magnification Select whether or not to set the auto zoom ratio selection mode when a cassette is selected.

  • Page 103: Auto Ocr Exposure Adjustment

    Press the < key or the > key to adjust the exposure. Moving right darkens the density, and moving left lightens it. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Auto OCR Exposure Adjustment Adjust the overall density of scanning for OCR when using the optional scanner functions.

  • Page 104: Exposure Adjustment For Text Originals

    Exposure Adjustment for Text Originals Adjust the density of the central value in the manual exposure mode for text originals. Display the Copy Default screen. (See Press the Density. Press the Enter key. Press the < key or the > key to adjust the exposure. Moving right darkens the density, and moving left lightens it.

  • Page 105

    Press the key or the key to select Sort. Press the Enter key. Press the key or the key to select On or Off. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Offset Copying Select whether or not to set the offset copy mode as a default setting.

  • Page 106: Margin Width Default Value

    Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Margin Width Default Value Set the default value of the margin width. Display the Copy Default screen. (See Press the Width. Press the Enter key. Press the of margin width.

  • Page 107: Limit Of Number Of Copies

    Limit of Number of Copies Set the limit of the number of copies that can be set at a time. Display the Copy Default screen. (See Press the key or the Press the Enter key. Use the numeric keys to set the maximum number of copies (1 to 999).

  • Page 108: Machine Default Settings

    Machine Default Settings You can set the following items as machine default settings. • Auto Cassette Switching • Paper Size (cassettes 1 to 4) • Paper Type (cassettes 1 to 4) • Multi-Bypass Tray Confirmation Display • Paper Weight for Paper Type •...

  • Page 109: Auto Cassette Switching

    If the management code is accepted, the Machine default screen is displayed. Next, perform the setting referring to the following description of each setting item. Note The * (asterisk) at an item on each setting screen indicates the current setting. Auto Cassette Switching This machine can continue copying by switching the cassette to another cassette that contains paper of the same size and the same orientation as the current paper when paper runs out in the...

  • Page 110: Multi-bypass Tray Confirmation Display

    Press the Detection Metric, Auto Detection Inch or a paper size. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Paper Type (cassettes 1 to 4) Set the paper types of cassettes 1 to 4. Paper types that can be set: Plain, Preprinted, Bond, Recycled, Rough, Letterhead, Color [Colour], Prepunched, High quality, Custom 1(to 8) Note...

  • Page 111: Paper Weight For Paper Type

    Press the key or the Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Paper Weight for Paper Type Set the paper weight for each paper type. Paper weight types that can be set: Super-Heavy, Heavy3, Heavy2, Heavy1, Middle3 [Normal3], Middle2 [Normal2], Middle1 [Normal1], Light Display the Machine default screen.

  • Page 112: Duplex Print For Paper Type

    Duplex Print for Paper Type Select whether or not to use paper of custom 1 to 8 in duplex printing. Display the Machine default screen. (See page 3-12.) Press the P.type(Duplex). Press the Enter key. Press the to set from Custom 1 (to 8). Press the Enter key.

  • Page 113: Custom Paper Type

    Custom Paper Type Printing onto prepunched paper, preprinted paper or letterhead in the one-sided mode and the two-sided mode from the same paper source may cause displacement of hole positions or reverse orientations on both sides in two-sided printing. Set Match Print Direction to match the orientation in one-sided printing and two-sided printing.

  • Page 114: Auto Sleep Time

    Original Orientation Set the default original orientation. Display the Machine default screen. (See page 3-12.) Press the direction. Press the Enter key. Press the Edge] or Left top [Left]. Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Auto Sleep Time Set the time that elapses before the auto sleep function is activated if you have turned on the auto sleep function (see page 3-23).

  • Page 115: Auto Low Power Time

    Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Auto Low Power Time Set the time that elapses before the low power mode is automatically activated. Time that can be set: Inch Specification — 1 to 240 minutes (in 1 minute increments) Metric Specification —...

  • Page 116: Default Operation Mode

    Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Fax Output Destination Set the paper output destination with priority for received fax data and various reports. Setting item Top tray Finisher Tray Output Optional finisher Job separator Note This item is displayed only if the optional fax kit and finisher or job separator are installed.

  • Page 117: Date And Time

    Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Key Sound Select whether or not to enable the beep sound that will be emitted each time a key on the operation panel is pressed. Display the Machine default screen.

  • Page 118: Display Contrast Adjustment

    Press the [Summertime]. Press the < key or the > key to select On or Off. Press the Press the < key or the > key to set the current year. Press the Press the < key or the > key to set the current month. Press the Press the <...

  • Page 119: Auto Sleep

    Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Administrator Management Code Change You can change the four-digit management code for the administrator of this machine. Important! • If you change the management code, be sure to note it. If you should forget the management code, contact your service representative.

  • Page 120: Auto Clear

    Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Auto Clear You can set the auto clear function (refer to Function) that will be activated when the preset time elapses after copying is complete. Display the Machine default screen.

  • Page 121: Silent Mode

    Silent Mode This mode reduces operating noise of this machine. Use this mode if the operating noise of this machine is annoying. Display the Machine default screen. (See page 3-12.) Press the key or the key to select Silent Mode. Press the Enter key.

  • Page 122: Multi-bypass Tray Settings

    Multi-Bypass Tray Settings Set the following items for feeding paper from the multi-bypass tray. Paper Size Set the size of paper to be used from the multi-bypass tray. You can use irregular size paper by inputting the size. Note If the paper size is unknown or no particular paper size setting is required, select Universal Size.

  • Page 123: Paper Type

    Press the key or the key to select Other Regular Size. Press the Enter key. Press the key or the key to select the paper size. Press the Enter key. The Bypass Paper type screen is displayed. Proceed to described below. Inputting a Paper Size Press the System Menu/Counter key.

  • Page 124: Paper Type

    Paper Type To set the paper type to be used in the multi-bypass tray, continue the procedure from setting. Paper types that can be set: Plain, Transparency, Preprinted, Labels, Bond, Recycled, Vellum, Rough, Letterhead, Color [Colour], Prepunched, Envelope, Cardstock, Thick paper, High quality, Custom 1 (to 8) Press the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 125: Browsing And Printing The Total Counter

    Browsing and Printing the Total Counter You can browse the total count on the operation panel. Also you can output it as a counter report. Browsing the Total Counter Note You can browse the output counter and the scanning counter. Press the System Menu/Counter key.

  • Page 126

    System Menu Press the Reset key. The message display returns to the copier basic screen. Example: Counter report 3-30...

  • Page 127: Report Output

    System Menu Report Output You can output the following reports from the operation panel. Copy status report Machine status report 3-31...

  • Page 128

    Coverage report Note • Ensure that A4/11 × 8 • A coverage report is a report on which the number of printed sheets and the average of blackness ratio for each paper size are written. The following four items are included. Total toner coverage report Copy toner coverage report Printer toner coverage report...

  • Page 129: Language Setting

    Language Setting You can select the language to be used on the message display. Languages that can be selected: Inch Specification — English, French (Français), Spanish (Español), and Japanese ( Metric Specification — English, German (Deutsch), French (Français), Spanish (Español) and Italian (Italiano) Press the System Menu/Counter key.

  • Page 130: User Adjustment

    User Adjustment Note This setting is displayed only on the 25 ppm model. Drum Refresh If output images are deformed or unnecessary white points appear, perform drum refresh. It takes approximately two minutes. Note Ensure that A3, A4, 11 × 17" (Ledger), or 11 × 8 Press the System Menu/Counter key.

  • Page 131: Job Accounting

    Job Accounting This chapter explains the job accounting functions of this machine. The principal functions that can be set are shown below. • Job Accounting Mode • Managing Accounts • All Account Management • Individual Account Management • Enabling Job Accounting •...

  • Page 132: Job Accounting Mode

    Job Accounting Mode Use the job accounting mode to control the total number of copies and prints by setting an ID-code for each account. The job accounting mode of this machine has the following features. • Controls the copier functions, printer functions, and optional scanner/fax functions using the same ID-codes.

  • Page 133

    How to Display the Job Accounting Screen Use the following procedure to display the Job Accounting screen. Press the System Menu/Counter key. Press the key or the Accounting. Press the Enter key. Use the numeric keys to input the four-digit management code.

  • Page 134: Managing Accounts

    Managing Accounts Registering a New Account Register a one- to eight-digit ID-code and the limit of use for each account. Display the Job Accounting screen. (See page 4-3.) Press the Accounting. Press the Enter key. Press the registration. Press the Enter key. Use the numeric keys to input a one- to eight-digit ID-code.

  • Page 135: Copy Restriction

    Setting Limit of Use You can set the limit of use for each registered account. The items that can be set are shown below. Item Copy restriction Print restriction Output limit Scanner transmission limit Fax transmission limit Note You can change the management method so that you can set the limit of count for copying and printing respectively.

  • Page 136: Print Restriction

    Press the or Unable to use. Press the Enter key. The message display returns to the Limit in use screen. Print Restriction You can select whether to permit or prohibit printing. Note This item is displayed if page 4-14.) Display the Limit in use screen referring to steps 1 to 7 of Press the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 137: Scanner Transmission Limit

    Use the numeric keys to input the counter limit. You can set the limit to 999,999 at the maximum in 1 sheet increments. Press the Enter key. The message display returns to the Limit in use screen. Scanner Transmission Limit You can set the limit of count of scanner transmission if the optional network scanner kit is installed.

  • Page 138: Deleting An Account

    Press the Counter limit or Is not permitted. Press the Enter key. If you have selected Counter limit, the Counter limit Default Value screen is displayed. Proceed to the next step. Use the numeric keys to input the counter limit. You can set the limit to 999,999 at the maximum in 1 sheet increments.

  • Page 139: Changing Limit Of Use

    Press the Enter key. Changing Limit of Use Change the limit of use that has been set for each account. Important! To set the limit of use in managing accounts, you must set Job Accounting is installed, set (See Default Settings Display the Job Accounting screen.

  • Page 140: All Account Management

    All Account Management You can browse the total output count, output the job accounting report, and clear the counter for all accounts. Display the Job Accounting screen. (See page 4-3.) Press the Accounting Total. Press the Enter key. The total output count of all accounts is displayed. Check the count.

  • Page 141: Individual Account Management

    Individual Account Management You can see the output count and clear the counter for individual accounts. Display the Job Accounting screen. (See page 4-3.) Press the Accounting TL. Press the Enter key. The output counts of individual accounts are displayed. Check the counts.

  • Page 142: Enabling Job Accounting

    Enabling Job Accounting Turn on or off the job accounting function. Display the Job Accounting screen. (See page 4-3.) Press the Accounting On/Off. Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Reset key. If you have selected On, the ID-code input screen is displayed.

  • Page 143: Default Settings

    Default Settings Adjust the default settings for job accounting. You can set the following items in default settings. • Copier Job Accounting (page 4-13) • Printer Job Accounting (page 4-14) • Scanner Job Accounting (page 4-14) • Fax Job Accounting (page 4-15) •...

  • Page 144: Printer Job Accounting

    Printer Job Accounting You can select whether or not to enable job accounting for the printer functions. Display the Job Accounting screen. (See page 4-3.) Press the Accountg Def. Set. Press the Enter key. Press the Account. Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key.

  • Page 145: Fax Job Accounting

    Press the Press the Enter key. Press the Press the Enter key. Fax Job Accounting You can select whether or not to enable job accounting for the fax functions. Note This item is displayed if the optional fax kit is installed. Display the Job Accounting screen.

  • Page 146: Operation Against Excess Over Limit

    Operation against Excess over Limit You can select whether to stop output by prohibiting immediately use of the machine, to stop the operation from the next job or to display a warning message only, when the limit of count that has been set with the function of the limit of use is exceeded.

  • Page 147: Using Job Accounting

    Using Job Accounting Copier Operation Under job accounting, you can perform copier operation only by inputting your ID-code using the numeric keys. Important! Be sure to press the Job Accounting key after completing copying. The ID-code input screen is displayed. Input your ID-code using the numeric keys and press the Enter key.

  • Page 148

    Job Accounting 4-18...

  • Page 149: Appendix

    Appendix This appendix explains the following topics. • Paper • Specifications • Copier Function Combination Chart • Glossary Appendix-1...

  • Page 150: Basic Specifications Of Paper

    Paper Basic Specifications of Paper This machine is designed for printing on paper for ordinary xerographic copiers and page printers (standard paper). This machine also supports other types of paper as long as they meet the standards explained in this chapter. Since use of unsuitable paper may cause paper jams or wrinkling of paper, be careful about selection of paper.

  • Page 151

    Paper Sizes The following table lists the sizes of paper that can be used in the cassette or multi-bypass tray. The dimensional tolerances are ±0.7 mm for both length and width of paper. The corner angles must be 90 ° ±0.2 °. Multi-bypass tray B6R (128 ×...

  • Page 152

    Wavy or dry edges may cause misalignments in paper feeding. The recommended moisture content of paper is between 4 and 6 %. To maintain the correct moisture content level, pay attention to the following items. • Store paper in a dry, well-ventilated place. •...

  • Page 153: Special Paper

    Special Paper This section describes printing onto special paper other than standard paper. You can use the following types of special paper in this machine. • Transparency • Preprinted paper • Label • Bond paper • Recycled paper • Thin paper (45 to 64 g/m²) •...

  • Page 154: Specifications

    Label Be sure to feed labels from the multi-bypass tray. For selecting labels, use extreme care so that the adhesive may not come in direct contact with any part of the machine and that the labels are not easily peeled from the carrier sheet. Adhesives that stick to the drum or rollers and peeled labels remaining in the machine may cause a failure.

  • Page 155

    Envelope Be sure to feed envelopes from the multi-bypass tray. Since the composition of an envelope is complex, consistent printing quality over the entire envelope surface may be difficult. Thin envelopes, particularly, may be wrinkled while they pass through this machine. Before purchasing envelopes, perform trial printing to check to see if the printing result on an envelope is satisfactory.

  • Page 156: Specifications

    Specifications Note Specifications are subject to change without notice to reflect improvements in performance. Main Body Copying system Original types accommodated Copy sizes Cassette Multi-bypass tray Width that cannot be copied Paper Paper feed source capacity Cassette Multi-bypass tray Output tray capacity Warm-up time Memory For copier...

  • Page 157: Copier Functions

    Copier Functions Copying speed Platen (1:1) Document processor (1:1) First copy time Resolution Continuous copying Copying magnification 16 ppm model A3/11 × 17" (Ledger): 8 sheets/minute B4/8 × 14" (Legal): 8 sheets/minute A4/11 × 8 ": 16 sheets/minute A4R/8 × 11" (Letter): 13 sheets/minute B5: 16 sheets/minute B5R: 13 sheets/minute A5R: 10 sheets/minute...

  • Page 158: Printer Functions

    Printer Functions Printing speed First print time Resolution Applicable OS Interface Document Processor (optional) Original feed system Acceptable originals Original sizes Original paper weight Acceptable number of originals Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Paper Feeder (optional) Paper feed system Paper sizes Acceptable paper Dimensions...

  • Page 159: Duplex Unit (optional)

    Duplex Unit (optional) System Paper sizes Acceptable paper Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Finisher (optional) Number of trays Paper sizes Acceptable paper Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Job Separator (optional) Number of trays Tray capacity Paper sizes Acceptable paper Dimensions (W) ×...

  • Page 160: Environmental Specifications

    Environmental Specifications Recovery time from the low power mode Transition time to the low power mode (at time of purchase) Transition time to the sleep mode (at time of purchase) Duplex (2-sided) copying Paper feed Note Please consult with your dealer or service representative for information on the recommended types of paper, etc.

  • Page 161: Copier Function Combination Chart

    Copier Function Combination Chart This machine contains various functions, and many of them can be used in combination for more efficient copying. Refer to the chart below for function combinations. Function selected second 1 Image quality (text + photo) 2 Image quality (photo) 3 Image quality (text) 4 Auto exposure mode 5 Manual exposure mode...

  • Page 162

    Secondary setting has priority. The machine clears prior setting and gives priority to the later setting. The machine enters the manual exposure mode because auto exposure is not available in the image quality mode for photo. The machine sets the 100 % magnification and the auto paper selection mode because the auto selection mode is available only in the auto paper selection mode.

  • Page 163

    48 Offset copy is invalid if paper of the same size is not held in any other paper feed stations. (Copying is performed without offset.) Offset copy with the finisher is not available. (An error message is displayed.) 49 Copying is not available with multi-bypass tray setting (universal size). (An error message is displayed.) Appendix-15...

  • Page 164: Glossary

    Glossary Additional memory An additional memory (optional) is used for increasing the memory capacity of this machine. In this machine, a memory can be added for the copier functions and the printer functions respectively. (For copier: 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, and 128 MB/for printer: 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, and 256 MB) For DIMM that can be used in this machine, contact your dealer.

  • Page 165

    Appendix IP Address The Internet Protocol address is a unique number that is assigned to each computer in a network. The format of an IP Address is four numbers separated by dots, e.g. 192.168.110.171. Each number should be a decimal between 0 and 255. IPP (Internet Print Protocol) This enables output to the printer from a printer driver over the Internet or an intranet and via an IPP port.

  • Page 166

    Appendix PostScript This is a page description language developed by Adobe Systems, Inc. It provides flexible font functions and high-performance graphics, allowing higher quality printing. The initial version of PostScript which was introduced in 1985 is currently referred to as Level 1. Level 2, which was compatible with color printing and 2-byte languages such as Japanese, was introduced in 1990 while Level 3, which added compatibility to Internet, step-by-step implementation level, and PDF, was brought out in 1996.

  • Page 167: Index

    Index Numerics 2 in 1 ... 1-21 4 in 1 (horizontal arrangement) 4 in 1 (vertical arrangement) Additional memory Administrator management code change All account management AppleTalk Auto cassette switching Auto clear Auto clear time Auto continue Auto exposure adjustment Auto exposure mode Auto low power time Auto OCR exposure adjustment...

  • Page 168

    Copy status report Counter report Courier/Letter Gothic font Coverage report Custom paper type Date and time Default gateway Default magnification Default operation mode Default setting mode Default settings Deleting an account DHCP ... 2-19 Display contrast adjustment Document processor ...Appendix-16 Drum refresh Duplex copying Duplex print for paper type...

  • Page 169

    IEEE1284 ...Appendix-16 Image quality mode ... 1-5 Individual account management Interface ... 2-16 Interrupt mode ... 1-11 IP access control ...Appendix-16 IP address ... 2-19 ...Appendix-17 Job accounting ... 4-2 Job accounting report ... 4-10 Job separator ...Appendix-11 Key sound ...

  • Page 170

    Offset copying Operation against excess over limit Original image quality Original orientation Original size selection Other regular size Others ...2-51 Outline font Output destination Output limit Override A4/Letter Page protect mode Paper ... 2-47 Paper feeder Paper selection Paper size (cassettes) Paper size (multi-bypass tray) Paper source Paper type (cassettes)

  • Page 171

    Reduction printing ... 2-31 Registering a new account ... 4-4 Registering a program ... 1-32 Report ... 3-31 Reset ... 2-52 Resolution ... 2-35 Resource protect mode ... 2-53 Scanner job accounting ... 4-14 Scanner transmission limit ... 4-7 Service status page ...

  • Page 172: Index

    Index Index-6...

  • Page 173

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

  • Page 175

    ©2004 is a trademark of Kyocera Corporation...

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2050, 2550, Km-1650, Km-2050, Km-2550

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