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  • Page 1 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS User's Guide...
  • Page 2 ©2012 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of TTEC.
  • Page 3: Preface

    All rights are reserved by Toshiba tec corporation. Unauthorized copying, transferring, translating, or related actions are prohibited. You must obtain written permission from Toshiba tec corporation beforedoing any of the above.
  • Page 4: Emergency First Aid

    ENERGY STAR ROGRAM Toshiba Tec Corporation, as a member of the ENERGY STAR Program, attaches the ENERGY STAR logo to all products which meet the ENERGY STAR Program requirements. The ENERGY STAR Program aims at the promotion of the development and wider usage of office equipment including energy-efficient computers in order to address environmental issues such as global warming.
  • Page 5: For The Eu Only

    OR THE ONLY WEEE (Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment) This product is marked according to the requirement in EU-Directive 2002/96/EC. (Directive on Waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE) The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be disposed as unsorted municipal waste and has to be collected separately.
  • Page 6: Disclaimer Notice

    Product or the use or handling of the Product even if TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION is advised of the possibility of such damages.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    ONTENTS Preface ...........3 Emergency first aid .
  • Page 8 User name and password authentication ......41 Logging into the machine ........41 Logging out of the machine .
  • Page 9 Faxing - e-STUDIO264CS only....... . .91 Sending a fax from the MFP ........91 Basic operation .
  • Page 10 Phone book ..........157 Profile .
  • Page 11: Notes, Cautions And Warnings

    OTES CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS NOTE A note provides additional information to supplement the main text. CAUTION! A caution provides additional information which, if ignored, may result in equipment malfunction or damage. WARNING! A warning provides additional information which, if ignored, may result in a risk of personal injury.
  • Page 12: About This Guide

    BOUT THIS GUIDE NOTE Images used in this manual may include optional features that your product does not have installed. OCUMENTATION SUITE This guide is part of a suite of online and printed documentation provided to help you become familiar with your product and to make the best use of its many powerful features. The documentation is summarised below for reference and is found on the manuals DVD unless indicated otherwise: >...
  • Page 13: On-Line Usage

    LINE USAGE This guide is intended to be read on screen using Adobe Reader. Use the navigation and viewing tools provided in Adobe Reader. There are many cross-references within this book, each highlighted as blue text. When you click on a cross-reference the display will instantly jump to the part of the manual containing the referenced material.
  • Page 14: Introduction

    NTRODUCTION Congratulations on choosing this Multi Function Product (MFP). It is designed with advanced features, to give you clear, vibrant colour prints and crisp black and white pages at high speed on a range of office print media. With this MFP, you can instantly scan paper-based documents and deliver the electronic image to various destinations including e-mail addresses, printers, ftp servers or someone else's computer on the network.
  • Page 15 > Automatic two-sided (duplex) printing for economical use of paper and compact printing of larger documents. Additionally, the following optional features are also available: > Additional paper tray for loading a further 530 sheets to minimise operator intervention, or different paper stocks for letterhead stationery, alternative paper sizes or other print media.
  • Page 16: Overview

    VERVIEW RONT VIEW 1. ADF unit. 8. Multi-purpose tray release recess. 2. ADF paper tray. 9. Top cover release button. 3. Operator panel. 10. Document glass. 11. ADF document glass. Menu driven operator controls and LCD panel 12. Document cover. 4.
  • Page 17: Rear View

    EAR VIEW LINE TEL 1. Access panel. 5. Network interface. 2. AC power socket. 6. Rear, face up stacker. 3. USB interface. 7. LINE connection. 4. SD card slot (e-STUDIO264CS 8. TEL connection. only). a. The Network Interface may have a protective “plug” which must be removed before connection can be made.
  • Page 18: Control Panel

    ONTROL PANEL REF. DESCRIPTION Liquid crystal display (LCD) Displays operating instructions and status of your machine. Panel adjust recess The LCD panel can be swivelled upwards from its base position for ease of use. Main function buttons COPY: Pressing this button selects copy mode. This allows you to control the copying process whereby documents to be copied are scanned in the scanner unit (document glass or ADF) and the copies are automatically printed in the printer unit.
  • Page 19 REF. DESCRIPTION STOP: Pressing this button stops the copying or scanning process. BACK: Used to cancel selections and go back to the top level of the setting. The key is also used to cancel any previous input. POWER SAVE: Pressing this button switches the power save mode on or off, its LED being illuminated when power save mode is on.
  • Page 20: Keypad - Character Switching

    EYPAD CHARACTER SWITCHING Numbers, upper and lower case letters and symbols can be entered using the keypad. Press the key multiple times to switch between characters. NOTE When pressing multiple times, you must re-press the key within 2 seconds of the previous press.
  • Page 21: Qwerty Keyboard (E-Studio264Cs Only)

    (e-STUDIO264CS WERTY KEYBOARD ONLY You can also enter upper and lower case letters and symbols using the qwerty keyboard. You can switch the entry mode from normal mode, CAPS mode and CTRL mode. The mode change is reflected on the screen keyboard display. Normal mode You can enter lower-case letters.
  • Page 22: Getting Started

    ETTING STARTED URNING ON YOUR MACHINE Plug the AC cable into the AC power socket of your machine. Plug the AC cable into the electric socket. Check that no documents are on the document glass or ADF, and the ADF cover is closed.
  • Page 23: Turning Off Your Machine

    URNING OFF YOUR MACHINE Be sure to follow the procedure below every time you turn off the machine. Hold down the power switch for about a second. NOTE Press the power switch for less than 5 seconds. The message Shutdown in progress. Please wait. The machine turns off automatically.
  • Page 24: Power Saving Mode

    OWER SAVING MODE If you do not use the machine for a while, it will enter power saving mode to control the power consumption of the device. To cancel or initiate power saving mode, press the Power Save button on the control panel. NOTE If your machine is connected locally (via USB), when it transitions to Sleep mode its status is viewed as off-line.
  • Page 25: Auto Power Off

    UTO POWER OFF When your machine is not used for a certain period of time, it turns off the power automatically. Once the machine turns off the power, you need to turn on to use it. The machine has three settings to select the machine's behavior on Auto Power Off. >...
  • Page 26: Installing Drivers And Utilities

    NSTALLING DRIVERS AND UTILITIES NOTE Example screenshots have been used throughout and may not represent your machine, however the procedure is the same. NOTE You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to complete this procedure. If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may also prevent you from completing this procedure.
  • Page 27: Windows - Scanner And Printer Drivers

    Do not connect the USB cable at this time. You will be instructed when to connect the USB cable when you run the TOSHIBA driver installer program. Insert the DVD-ROM and click Install bunch to start the TOSHIBA driver installer program.
  • Page 28: Mac - Printer Driver

    Choose Apple Menu > System Preferences > Print & Scan. If the printer is already in the list of printers, click “-” to remove it. NOTE This is necessary as Lion may not be using the correct TOSHIBA printer driver files. Click “+” to add a new printer.
  • Page 29: Fax Driver (E-Studio264Cs)

    Windows XP has built-in fax support - you can use your computer's modem to send faxes directly from your computer. With TOSHIBA's fax driver you are sending the fax data from your computer to the MFP, and then the MFP automatically sends the document.
  • Page 30: Configuration Tool

    ONFIGURATION TOOL Installation of the Configuration Tool is optional and can be found on the DVD in the Utilities folder. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the Configuration Tool installation. The Configuration Tool can discover devices over USB or network connections. To search and install, select Tools >...
  • Page 31: Actkey Utility

    EY UTILITY NOTE The ActKey utility only supports Windows. You must have the scanner driver installed. The ActKey utility enables the MFP to receive one key touch commands from a connected computer. Installation of the ActKey utility is optional and can be found on the DVD in the Utilities folder.
  • Page 32 To use ActKey in Local PC mode (i.e. push scanning), it must be set as the program to handle scanner events: NOTE The following example uses Windows XP. The steps may vary if you are using any other operating system, but the principle is the same. Select Start >...
  • Page 33: Paper Recommendations

    APER RECOMMENDATIONS Your MFP will handle a variety of print media, including a range of paper weights and sizes. This section provides general advice on choice of media, and explains how to use each type. The best performance will be obtained when using standard 75~90g/m² paper designed for use in copiers and laser printers.
  • Page 34: Cassette Trays

    ASSETTE TRAYS SIZE DIMENSIONS WEIGHT (G/M²) 105 x 148mm Light 64 - 74g/m² Medium Light 75 - 82g/m² 148 x 210mm 182 x 257mm Medium 83 - 104g/m² 16K (184x260mm) 184 x 260mm Heavy 105 - 120g/m² Executive 184.2 x 266.7mm Ultra heavy1 121 - 176g/m²...
  • Page 35: Multi Purpose Tray

    ULTI PURPOSE TRAY The multi purpose tray can handle the same sizes as the cassette trays but in weights up to 220 . For very heavy paper stock use the face up (rear) paper stacker. This ensures g/m² that the paper path through the printer is almost straight. The multi purpose tray can feed paper widths from 76mm to 215.9mm and lengths from 127.0mm to 1320mm (banner printing).
  • Page 36: Loading Paper

    OADING PAPER ASSETTE TRAYS Remove the paper tray from the machine. Fan the paper to be loaded at the edges (1) and in the middle (2) to ensure that all sheets are properly separated, then tap the edges of the stack on a flat surface to make it flush again (3).
  • Page 37 Load paper (letter headed paper face down and top edge towards the front of the printer), as shown. Adjust the rear stopper (a) and paper guides (b) to the size of paper being used. Close the paper tray gently. Set the correct paper size. Refer to “Configuring the tray settings”...
  • Page 38 > Do not pull the paper tray out during printing (except as described below for the 2nd tray). NOTE > If you have two trays and you are printing from the 1st (upper) tray, you can pull out the 2nd (lower) tray during printing to reload it. However, if you are printing from the 2nd (lower) tray, do not pull out the 1st (upper) tray.
  • Page 39: Multi Purpose Tray

    ULTI PURPOSE TRAY Open the multi purpose tray (a). Fold out the paper supports (b). Press gently down on the paper platform (c) to ensure it is latched down. Load the paper and adjust the paper guides (d) to the size of paper being used. >...
  • Page 40: Registering Custom Sizes

    EGISTERING CUSTOM SIZES To load custom size paper, you need to register the width and length of the paper before printing. The range of the sizes you can set differs according to the paper tray. TRAY AVAILABLE SIZE RANGE Tray 1 Width: 105 to 216 mm (4.1 to 8.5 inches) Length: 148 to 356 mm (5.8 to 14.0 inches) Tray 2 (optional)
  • Page 41: User Authentication And Access Control

    SER AUTHENTICATION AND ACCESS CONTROL If your Administrator has enabled access control on your machine, it will automatically start up in access control mode. You will not be able to use it until you have provided valid login information. If the access control setting is: >...
  • Page 42: Operation From The Computer

    PERATION FROM THE COMPUTER NOTE The authentication type specified on the computer overrides the one specified on the machine. Printing from Windows NOTE You cannot use the PCL XPS printer driver for this function. This procedure uses Windows 7 and NotePad as an example. The procedures and menus may differ depending on the OS you use.
  • Page 43 Faxing (Windows only) NOTE This procedure uses Windows 7 and NotePad as an example. The procedures and menus may differ depending on the OS you use. Open the file you want to fax. From the File menu, select Print. Select your machine (fax driver) in Select Printer and click Preferences. On the Setup tab, click User Authentication..
  • Page 44: Operation

    PERATION With its intuitive control panel, this Multi Function Product (MFP) is designed to be easy to use. After the machine has been configured, operating is quite straight forward. NOTE If your Administrator has enabled access control on your machine, it will automatically start up in access control mode.
  • Page 45: Multi-Tasking

    ULTI TASKING Your machine can handle more than one task at a time. The table below details which combination of tasks can be performed. Copy Scan to Scan to Print PC scan Email to Print email/ from (remote print network memory Print (direct...
  • Page 46: Loading Document(S)

    OADING DOCUMENT The MFP can scan/copy/send document(s) either from the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) or on the glass. If you need to send multiple pages, load your papers in the ADF. The ADF can hold up to 50 pages at one time. If you need to scan/copy/send pages from books, newspaper clippings, or paper with wrinkles or curls, place them on the glass.
  • Page 47: Placing Document(S) In The Adf

    LACING DOCUMENT IN THE If you have multiple pages, fan the pages to avoid paper jams. The ADF holds up to 50 pages at one time. Place the document with the text face UP in the ADF: > If your document is portrait, load with the top edge of the document in first. >...
  • Page 48: Placing Document(S) On The Glass

    LACING DOCUMENT ON THE GLASS Open the document cover. Place your document with the text face DOWN on the glass: > If your document is portrait, align its top edge to the upper-left corner of the glass. > If your document is landscape, align its right edge to the upper-left corner of the glass.
  • Page 49: Copying

    OPYING NOTE If your Administrator has enabled access control on your machine, it will automatically start up in access control mode. You will not be able to use it until you have provided valid login information. Refer to “User authentication and access control”...
  • Page 50: Advanced Operation

    Enter number of copies required using the numeric keypad. The screen display will confirm the copy count selected. NOTE You can select up to 99 copies. DVANCED OPERATION Using the options available you can alter the copy output to suit your needs: Press the Right arrow key.
  • Page 51 FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Image Density -3, -2, -1, 0, +1, Adjust density Settings +2, +3 Darker: Keep colour intensity and darker image. Lighter: Reduce colour intensity and gives lighter image. Document Type Text, Text&Photo, Allows you to specify the type of Photo, Photo images on the document.
  • Page 52: Resetting Copy Settings

    FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Continue ON, OFF Allows you to continue scanning more Scan documents. Allows you to construct a single scan job from multiple individual sheets or originals. Mixed Size ON, OFF Allows you to load originals of same width but different length in the ADF. The following document sizes can be set concurrently;...
  • Page 53: Scanning

    CANNING (TWAIN/WIA/ICA NSTALLING SCANNER DRIVERS DRIVER This section explains the procedure to install the scanner driver. Before using scan function, install the scanner driver. You can install TWAIN driver and WIA (Windows only) driver at the same time. Install the TWAIN driver and ICA driver (dedicate to the Mac OS X) separately. If you want to use the network scan function, follow the installation procedure below and register the information of your computer and then install the scanner driver.
  • Page 54 If the scanner driver has been installed, the setup maintenance program of the scanner driver is displayed. Check the checkbox of Add and then click Next to proceed to the step 8. Click Next. Check the checkbox of Network scanner and click Next. Select IP Address or Search MFP check box to enter the address of the machine and then click Next.
  • Page 55 If Search MFP is selected, select the machine and click Next. Set the scanner driver name and click Next. Enter the host name, IP address and port number and then click Configure. Click Next. Click Next. Scanning > 55...
  • Page 56 Make sure that the machine is connected to the PC and the power switch of the machine is turned ON. Then, load the "Software DVD-ROM" on the drive of the PC. Double-click the TOSHIBA icon on the desktop. Double-click Drivers > Scanner > Installer for Mac OSX.
  • Page 57 Read the license agreement and click Continue. Click Agree if you agree. Click Install. To change the installation location of the driver, click Change Install Location. Enter the administrator's name and password, and click OK. Click Continue Installation. Click Restart. Scanning >...
  • Page 58: Using Actkey Software

    Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into your computer. A window opens. Select ActKey from Software. Install the software as instructed. Click Finish. Starting the Software Click Start to select All Programs > TOSHIBA TO > ActKey > ActKey. Scanning > 58...
  • Page 59: Setup To Use The Wsd Scan

    WSD S ETUP TO USE THE The following explains how to set up the PC to use the WSD Scan function. In order to use the WSD Scan function, install this device on the PC. WSD Scan can be used from Scan To Local PC and Scan To Remote PC via Network. To use WSD Scan, the machine has to be connected with the computer which Windows Vista/ Windows7/ Windows Server 2008/ Windows Server 2008R2 was installed via Network.
  • Page 60: Scanning Methods

    When the balloon message saying that the installation is complete is displayed on the task bar, click the balloon to check the details, and click Close. Check the device installation on the machine as follows. Press the SCAN key on the operator panel. Press the to select Local PC and then press OK.
  • Page 61 > USB Memory > Local PC > Remote PC NOTE Local PC; select target application from the control panel on the MFP. Remote PC; select target application from utility on your PC. Set your scanning options as required. For further details refer to the following sections.
  • Page 62: Scan To E-Mail

    CAN TO E MAIL NOTE For illustration purposes only, the features shown are as accessed from the control panel. Using the options available, you can enter e-mail information and alter the scan output to suit your needs: Place your document(s) with text face UP in the ADF or face DOWN on the glass. Press the Scan button on the control panel to prompt the Scan Menu screen.
  • Page 63 FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Add Destination Direct Input Enter e-mail address using the on-screen keyboard. (cont.) Bcc: LDAP Simple Search Use the on-screen keyboard (cont.) to enter a search value. Advanced Search Use Advanced Search to search the LDAP address Search Method: book by user name and/or User Name: e-mail address.
  • Page 64 FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Scan Settings Reply To Direct Input Enter e-mail address using (cont.) the on-screen keyboard. (cont.) LDAP Simple Search Use the on-screen keyboard to enter a search value. Advanced Search Use Advanced Search to search the LDAP address Search Method: book by user name and/or User Name:...
  • Page 65 NOTE > If you want to use the address book or group list features, be sure to register the e-mail addresses in advance. Refer to “Managing the address book” on page > This machine allows you to send scanned document(s) to multiple e-mail addresses.
  • Page 66: Scan To Network Pc

    CAN TO NETWORK NOTE The MFP must be connected to a Network server to enable Scan to Network PC to be set up. Refer to the Configuration Guide for details. Before sending your document to a file server, profiles should be set up first to speed up the process.
  • Page 67 FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Scan Setting Image Settings Background OFF, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Allows you to block out the Removal colour background of the (cont.) (cont.) image (assuming document has a colour background) - such that the background colour is not printed.
  • Page 68 FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Scan Setting Encrypted PDF Not Encrypt Select the appropriate encryption level. (cont.) Encrypt Low, Medium, High Compression Color: Select the appropriate Rate High, Medium, Low compression level. Mono (Grayscale): Note: High, Medium, Low Mono (Binary); Mono (Binary): High = G4 High, Medium, Raw Medium = G3...
  • Page 69: Scan To Usb Memory

    CAN TO MEMORY Plug the USB memory into the USB port at the front of the machine. Place your document(s) with text face UP in the ADF or face DOWN on the glass. Press the Scan button on the control panel to prompt the Scan Menu screen. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to USB Memory and press OK.
  • Page 70 FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Image Settings -3, -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, +3 Red/green balance adjustment. (cont.) Low: Enhance red. High: Enhance green. Saturation -3, -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, +3 Saturation setting High: Enhance image sharpness Low: Reduce hue Red: -3, -2, -1, 0, +1, Adjust RGB contrast settings.
  • Page 71: Scan To Local Pc

    CAN TO OCAL You can save the scanned data into your local computer. When you press the , the scan job starts and the ActKey utility and the OLOR TWAIN driver start automatically. You can send the scanned document to a specified application, save it in a specified folder, or send it by fax.
  • Page 72: Connecting Via Usb

    VIA USB ONNECTING Press the SCAN key on the operator panel. Place your document with text face up in the ADF or face down on the document glass. Press the to select Local PC and then press OK. If the Network TWAIN setting is set to Disable, proceed to the step 6. Check that Select A Connecting PC is selected and then press OK.
  • Page 73: Wsd Scan Connection

    Press OLOR OLOR MEMO If you select Application, the specified application starts and the scanned image is displayed on the application. If you select Folder, the scanned image is saved in the specified folder. If you select PC-FAX, the application for fax transmission starts. After sending the scanned image, send a fax with the fax transmission software on your computer.
  • Page 74: Scan To Remote Pc

    CAN TO EMOTE This function launches the Scanner driver from a utility installed on a PC (ActKey, PaperPort, Image,Adobe Photoshop CS3, etc.) and starts scanning. Connect the machine to a computer via USB or a network. For PC Scan function, there are three modes; simple scan mode, secure scan mode and WSD scan.
  • Page 75: Simple Scan Node

    Remote PC and then press OK. Check that the TWAIN is selected, and press OK. Start Adobe Photoshop CS3 on your computer. Select Import from File to select TOSHIBA e-STUDIO224CS_e-STUDIO264CS USB or TOSHIBA e-STUDIO224CS_e-STUDIO264CS Network. > If you select TOSHIBA e-STUDIO224CS_e-STUDIO264CS USB, proceed to the step 10.
  • Page 76: Secure Scan Mode (For Network Connection)

    Start the Adobe Photoshop CS3 on your computer. Select Import from File to select TOSHIBA eS224_264CS Network. If you select TOSHIBA eS224_264CS Network and the network scan is the second or more scanning, proceed to the step 13. For the first network scan, the dialog box indicating that the tool of connection destination selection is started is displayed, and then click OK.
  • Page 77: Secure Scan Mode (For Usb Connection)

    12. Select a connection destination in the Scan Settings dialog box, and register the host information if necessary. Then, click OK. 13. Select Import from File of Adobe Photoshop CS3 to select TOSHIBA eS224_264CS Network. The window appears. 14. Click a scan button.
  • Page 78: Wsd Scan (For Network Connection)

    SCAN FOR NETWORK CONNECTION For Windows Press the SCAN key on the Operation Panel. Place the original on the automatic document feeder or on the scanner glass. Press the to select Remote PC and then press OK. Press the to select WSD Scan and then press OK. Start any scan program on the PC.
  • Page 79: Managing Profiles

    ANAGING PROFILES DDING A NEW NETWORK PROFILE Register the information you configured on the computer as a profile. It is necessary when you perform Scan To Network PC with the computer. Press the SETTING button on the control panel to prompt the Setting screen. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Profile and press OK.
  • Page 80: Deleting A Network Profile

    Press OK to register the settings and save the profile entry. The setup for Scan To Network PC is complete. ELETING A NETWORK PROFILE To delete a network profile: Press the SETTING button on the control panel to prompt the Setting screen. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Profile List and press OK.
  • Page 81: Managing The Address Book

    ANAGING THE ADDRESS BOOK ETTING SENDER AND REPLY TO E MAIL ADDRESSES FROM REPLY TO You can set the e-mail address from which e-mails are sent and the address to which responses are sent. Press the SETTING button on the control panel. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Admin Setup and then press OK.
  • Page 82: Creating E-Mail Templates

    REATING E MAIL TEMPLATES You can create up to five e-mail templates with various subject lines and body text. Registering a subject Press the SETTING button on the control panel. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Admin Setup and then press OK. Using the arrow keys and on-screen keyboard, enter the administrator password.
  • Page 83: Adding An E-Mail Address Entry To The Address Book

    DDING AN E MAIL ADDRESS ENTRY TO THE ADDRESS BOOK The machine can hold up to 100 e-mail addresses in the address book. To assign a new e-mail address to the address book: Press the SETTING button on the control panel. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Address Book and press OK.
  • Page 84: Modifying An E-Mail Address Entry From The Address Book

    Press the Left arrow key to exit the menu. ODIFYING AN E MAIL ADDRESS ENTRY FROM THE ADDRESS BOOK To edit an e-mail address entry from the address book: Press the SETTING button on the control panel. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Address Book and press OK. Press OK to select E-mail Address.
  • Page 85: Deleting A Group Address Entry From The Address Book

    ELETING A GROUP ADDRESS ENTRY FROM THE ADDRESS BOOK To delete a group address entry from the address book: Press the SETTING button on the control panel. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Address Book and press OK. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to E-mail Group and press OK. Using the arrow keys, scroll to the required entry position and press OK.
  • Page 86: Printing

    RINTING NOTE If your Administrator has enabled access control on your machine, it will automatically start up in access control mode. You will not be able to use it until you have provided valid login information. Refer to “User authentication and access control”...
  • Page 87: Print Job (E-Studio264Cs Only)

    (e-STUDIO264CS RINT JOB ONLY This section gives a brief overview of how to select and print an encrypted job or a print job that has been stored in the machine. For full details of how to access and use the security features, please refer to the Security Guide.
  • Page 88: Print From Usb Memory

    RINT FROM MEMORY NOTE Supported file systems: FAT12, FAT16, FAT32. Supported file formats: JPEG, PDF (v1.7), M-TIFF (v6 Baseline), PRN (PCL, PS). Supported: Up to 32 GB capacity of USB memory. Not Supported: USB hubs, external USB HDDs and encrypted PDFs. NOTE Up to 100 files in supported file formats stored in USB memory are displayed on the file list.
  • Page 89: Advanced Operation

    If your file is contained within a folder: Using the arrow keys, scroll to the required folder and press OK. NOTE If required, scroll to Folder Property and press OK to check the file information. Press OK to select Open Folder. Using the arrow keys scroll to the file you want to print and press the OK.
  • Page 90: Switching Online/Offline

    WITCHING ONLINE OFFLINE If you wish to alter the print status of your machine: Press the Print button (1) on the control panel to prompt the Print Menu screen. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Switch Online/Offline and press OK. Print Job Print From USB Memory Switch Online/Offline...
  • Page 91: Faxing - E-Studio264Cs Only

    - e-STUDIO264CS AXING ONLY NOTE If your Administrator has enabled access control on your machine, it will automatically start up in access control mode. You will not be able to use it until you have provided valid login information. Refer to “User authentication and access control”...
  • Page 92: Advanced Operation

    DVANCED OPERATION Using the options available, you can alter the fax output to suit your needs: FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Add Destination Speed Dial List Select the required speed dial number. You can select multiple entries. Entries must be registered in advance, refer “Adding a speed dial entry to the phone book”...
  • Page 93 FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Fax Functions ON, OFF Prints the sender name on the header of the (cont.) transmitted fax. By default, the name you specified in Sender ID is printed. Refer to “Sender ID” on page 162. TTI Select user defined Select the user defined TTI header.
  • Page 94 Broadcasting This function allows you to send a fax to multiple recipients at the same time. By combining abbreviation dials, groups and entering addresses using the numeric keypad, you can specify up to 100 destinations at one time. NOTE When real time transmission (Memory Tx set to OFF) or polling is executed during broadcasting data, they are executed preferentially.
  • Page 95 F Code communication F Code transmission is a function to communicate, using sub addresses or passwords in accordance with the ITU-T standard. By creating F code boxes/sub addresses/passwords, you can execute secure communication, bulletin box communication and polling communication. NOTE Up to 20 F code boxes can be registered.
  • Page 96 Press OK to select Register. Select a type of F code box: > Bulletin Box - refer to “Registering an F code Bulletin box” on page 96 > Confidential Box - refer to “Registering an F code confidential box” on page Registering an F code Bulletin box Press OK to select Bulletin Box.
  • Page 97 Using the Down arrow, scroll to Sub-Address and press the Right arrow key. Using the keypad enter the sub address. Highlight Done and press OK. NOTE A sub address can be registered using up to 20 digits. Numbers, # and * can be registered.
  • Page 98 Deleting an F code box NOTE You cannot delete an F code box in which documents are stored, it must be empty. Press the SETTING button on the control panel. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Admin Setup and press OK. Using the arrow keys and on-screen keypad, enter the Administrator password.
  • Page 99 Receiving using a sub address (F code polling) By entering a sub address and ID code, a document stored in the bulletin box of a recipient machine can be taken out (polling). NOTE Before operating, ensure you have the necessary sub address and ID code to hand.
  • Page 100 Printing stored documents Print secure received documents, documents received in the bulletin box and documents stored in the bulletin box. NOTE When a document is received into an F code box, the F code receiving notice is printed. Check the F code box number and print the stored document. Press the SETTING button on the control panel.
  • Page 101: Fax Receiving

    Fax job view/cancel If you no longer require a stored fax job, you can cancel and remove it from your MFP’s memory. Press the Fax button on the control panel to prompt the Fax Mode screen. Using the arrow keys, scroll to Fax and press OK. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Fax Job View/Cancel and press OK.
  • Page 102 Receiving faxes The machine automatically starts fax reception. Receiving calls The telephone starts ringing when it receives calls. Pick up the handset to talk when the machine rings. If necessary, press the mono START button and then put down the handset to receive faxes.
  • Page 103 This mode allows the machine to detect a distinctive ring if it has been enabled on the phone line. In this mode, the machine distinguishes the DRD type of the sender. The machine then answers only when it matches the registered DRD type. There are several type of DRD ring pattern.
  • Page 104: Managing The Phone Book

    ANAGING THE PHONE BOOK The following section describes how to add/remove/modify speed and group dial entries to/ from the Phone Book. DDING A SPEED DIAL ENTRY TO THE PHONE BOOK The machine can hold up to 100 speed dial numbers in the phone book. To add a new speed dial number to the phone book: Press the SETTING button on the control panel.
  • Page 105: Adding A Group Entry To The Phone Book

    Press the Left arrow key to exit the menu. DDING A GROUP ENTRY TO THE PHONE BOOK The machine can hold up to 20 group dial settings. To add a new group dial number to the phone book: Press the SETTING button on the control panel. Using the Down arrow key, scroll to Phone Book and press OK.
  • Page 106: Modifying A Speed Dial Entry

    Using the arrow keys, scroll to Delete and press OK. At the prompt select Yes to continue or select No to cancel the operation. Press OK. Press the Left arrow key to exit the menu. ODIFYING A SPEED DIAL ENTRY To modify a speed dial entry: Press the SETTING button on the control panel.
  • Page 107: Internet Fax

    NTERNET FAX ENDING A FAX FROM YOUR NOTE You must have the fax driver installed on your PC. Download the latest fax driver from your support website. Basic operation At the MFP: Place your document(s) with text face UP in the ADF or face DOWN on the glass.
  • Page 108 Enter comments if required. If required select the Add an outside call number checkbox and enter the Outside call number as appropriate. On the Recipient tab: Click the Recipients... button. Select a fax number from the Phone book panel on the right hand side. Refer “Adding fax numbers to the phone book”...
  • Page 109 Advanced operation Using the options available, you can alter the fax output to suit your needs: FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Internet Fax Address Book Select e-mail address from the Destination address book. Input range: 001-100 Bcc: Group List Select destination group from the list.
  • Page 110: Receiving An Internet Fax

    FEATURE OPTION DESCRIPTION Scan Setting File Name User defined Use the on-screen keyboard to (cont.) enter an appropriate file name. Duplex Scan ON, OFF Turns the duplex (2-sided) function off or on. Continue ON, OFF Allows you to continue scanning Scan more documents.
  • Page 111: Adding Fax Numbers To The Phone Book

    DDING FAX NUMBERS TO THE PHONE BOOK NOTE you can register up to 1000 destinations. To add a fax destination number to the phone book: From your application’s File menu, select Print. In the Select Printer window, highlight the fax driver option. Press the Preferences button to display the fax driver window.
  • Page 112: Importing And Exporting Fax Numbers

    Add recipients to the group list: NOTE Maximum 100 recipients in any one group. Select a fax number from the Phone book panel on the right hand side. NOTE You can add a new fax number directly by clicking the New (FAX number)... button and adding an entry to the phone book panel.
  • Page 113: Functions Common To Copy, Fax And Scan Operations

    UNCTIONS COMMON TO COPY FAX AND SCAN OPERATIONS ONTINUOUS SCAN MODE If you need to scan, copy or fax multiple sets of documents from the ADF or document glass, enable the “Continue Scan” option. NOTE The example below uses the fax feature, however, the scan and copy features follow the same process.
  • Page 114: Job Macros (E-Studio264Cs Only)

    (e-STUDIO264CS OB MACROS ONLY If you have a routine copy, fax or scan job that you perform on a regular basis, you can program the steps into your MFP and create a “short cut” allowing you to perform the steps at the touch of a button.
  • Page 115 Using: To use a pre-programmed short cut: Press the Job Macro button on the control panel to prompt the Job Macro screen. Using the arrow keys, scroll to the macro you wish to use then press OK. Ensure Restore is highlighted then press OK. Check the settings and then press OK.
  • Page 116: Maintenance

    AINTENANCE EPLACING CONSUMABLE ITEMS Only use genuine original consumables to ensure the best quality and performance from your hardware. Non original products may adversely affect your printer's performance and invalidate your warranty. ONER CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT NOTE When the LCD display indicates TONER LOW, or if print appears faded, first open the top cover and try tapping the cartridge a few times to evenly distribute the toner powder.
  • Page 117 Gently raise the scanner. Press the cover release (a) and open the top cover (b) fully. WARNING! If the MFP has been powered on, the fuser will be hot. This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch. Maintenance > 117...
  • Page 118 Note the positions of the four cartridges. It is essential that they go back in the same order. 1. Yellow cartridge 2. Magenta cartridge 3. Cyan cartridge 4. Black cartridge Slide the coloured release collar on the cartridge to be replaced fully towards the right hand side of the printer.
  • Page 119 Clean the top of the ID unit with a clean, lint free cloth. Remove the new cartridge from its box but leave its wrapping material in place for the moment. Gently shake the new cartridge from end to end several times to loosen and distribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge.
  • Page 120 Gently wipe the LED head surface with a clean, lint free cloth. Close the top cover and press down firmly so that the cover latches closed. Gently lower the scanner. Maintenance > 120...
  • Page 121: Image Drum Replacement

    MAGE DRUM REPLACEMENT The image drum assembly comes complete with its own installation details which give full instructions on replacement. You are advised to follow these instructions carefully. EPLACING THE TRANSFER BELT UNIT The belt unit is located under the image drum assembly. Switch off the MFP and allow the fuser to cool for about 10 minutes before opening the cover.
  • Page 122 Place the assembly in a safe place away from direct sources of heat and light. CAUTION! The green image drum surface at the base of each cartridge is very delicate and light sensitive. Do not touch it and do not expose it to normal room light for more than 5 minutes.
  • Page 123 Holding the image drum assembly by its handles, lower it into place in the machine, locating the pegs at the sides into their slots in the sides of the printer cavity. Close the top cover and press down firmly so that the cover latches closed. Gently lower the scanner.
  • Page 124: Fuser Replacement

    USER REPLACEMENT The fuser is located inside the printer just behind the toner cartridges. WARNING! If the MFP has recently been powered on, some fuser components will be very hot. Handle the fuser with extreme care, holding it only by its handle, which will only be mildly warm to the touch. A warning label clearly indicates the area.
  • Page 125 Holding the new fuser by its handle, make sure that it is the correct way round. The retaining levers (b) should be fully upright, and the two locating lugs (c) should be towards you. Lower the fuser into the printer, locating the two lugs (c) into their slots in the sides of the printer cavity.
  • Page 126: Cleaning

    LEANING CAUTION! Use a clean, moist, lint-free cloth for cleaning. Do not use benzine, thinners or alcohol as a cleaning agent. THE UNIT CASING Switch the printer off. Refer to “Turning off your machine” on page 23 for details. Wipe the unit surface with a soft cloth moistened sparingly with water or neutral detergent.
  • Page 127 Gently wipe the LED head surface with a clean, lint free cloth. CAUTION! Do not use methyl alcohol or other solvents on the LED head as damage to the lens surface will occur. Close the top cover and press down firmly at both sides so that the cover latches closed.
  • Page 128: The Paper Path In The Adf

    THE PAPER PATH IN THE If marks are found on an image which has been read by the ADF, or the ADF does not feed documents smoothly, follow the cleaning procedure below. Switch the MFP OFF. Refer to “Turning off your machine” on page 23 for details.
  • Page 129: The Document Glass

    THE DOCUMENT GLASS The document glass needs to be cleaned occasionally to ensure optimum image quality and performance. Open the document cover. Moisten a soft, clean, lint free cloth and remove any marks, as shown. Close the document cover. Maintenance > 129...
  • Page 130: Installing Upgrades

    NSTALLING UPGRADES This section explains how to install optional equipment into your MFP. This includes: > additional RAM memory > SD card (e-STUDIO264CS only) > additional paper tray EMORY UPGRADE The basic models come equipped with 256MB of main memory. This can be upgraded with an additional memory board of 256MB or 512MB, giving a maximum total memory capacity of 768MB.
  • Page 131 Notice that the memory board has a small cutout in the edge connector, which is closer to one end than the other. Identify the RAM expansion slot in the printer. If the RAM expansion slot already contains a memory upgrade board, that board will have to be removed before you can install the new one.
  • Page 132 Replace the access cover and latch it closed. Reconnect the power cable and switch the MFP on. When the machine is ready, print a menu map as follows: Press the SETTING button. Press the OK button to select Reports. Press the OK button to select Configuration. Press the OK button once more to execute.
  • Page 133: Sd Card (E-Studio264Cs Only)

    (e-STUDIO264CS CARD ONLY The SD card enables collating of printed pages and can be used to store overlays and macros, fonts, and secure or proof documents waiting to be printed. Your machine is fitted with a 4GB SD card as standard. If you wish you can upgrade this as your machine supports 16GB SD cards.
  • Page 134 Gently push the SD card into the slot as shown. Replace the inner access cover (b) and turn locking screw (a) clockwise to secure it shut. Replace the access cover and latch it closed. Reconnect the power cable and switch the MFP on. When the machine is ready, print a menu map as follows: Press the SETTING button.
  • Page 135: Additional Paper Tray

    DDITIONAL PAPER TRAY Switch the MFP off and disconnect the power cable. Refer to “Turning off your machine” on page 23 for details. Place additional paper tray on desired location. Observing safety rules for lifting and, using locating guides, place machine on top of the additional paper tray.
  • Page 136: Setting The Driver Device Options

    ETTING THE DRIVER DEVICE OPTIONS Once your new upgrade has been installed, you may need to update the printer driver so that the additional features are available to your applications. Accessories such as additional paper trays will only be usable if the printer driver on your computer knows they are there.
  • Page 137 Panther (Mac OS X 10.3) Open the Mac OS X Print & Fax Preferences. Click Printing. Click Set Up Printers…. Ensure your machine is selected and click Show Info…. Click the menu and choose Installable Options…. Select all hardware options appropriate to your machine and click Apply Changes….
  • Page 138: Troubleshooting

    ROUBLESHOOTING ’ HECKING THE MACHINE S STATUS From the STATUS key on the control panel, you can check the status of your machine. The STATUS key illuminates or flashes when any trouble is occurring in your machine. Press the STATUS key on the control panel to open the status menu. Ensure that System Status is selected and then press OK.
  • Page 139: Clearing Paper Jams

    LEARING PAPER JAMS Provided that you follow the recommendations in this guide on the use of print media, and you keep the media in good condition prior to use, your MFP should give years of reliable service. However, paper jams occasionally do occur, and this section explains how to clear them quickly and simply.
  • Page 140: In The Printer Section

    N THE PRINTER SECTION If a sheet is well advanced out of the top of the printer, simply grip it and pull gently to draw it fully out. If it does not remove easily, do not use excessive force. It can be removed from the rear later.
  • Page 141 he assembly down gently onto a piece of paper to prevent toner from marking Put t your furniture and to avoid damaging the green drum surface, and cover. CAUTION! The green image drum surface at the base of the Image Drum is very delicate and light sensitive.
  • Page 142 Look into the printer to check whether any sheets of paper are visible on any part of the belt unit. CAUTION! Do not use any sharp or abrasive objects to separate sheets from the belt. This may damage the belt surface. To remove a sheet with its leading edge at the front of the belt (a), lift the plastic guard (e) at the front of the printer, then carefully lift the sheet from the belt and pull it forwards into the internal drum cavity and withdraw the sheet.
  • Page 143 through the drum cavity area. Then allow the pressure release lever to rise again. NOTE If the sheet is well advanced into the fuser (only a short length is still visible), do not attempt to pull it back. To remove a sheet in the fuser, move the two retaining levers (e) towards the front of the machine to release the fuser.
  • Page 144 Replace fuser unit into the machine and move locking levers (e) toward the rear of the machine. NOTE Check that there is no paper remaining inside the machine. Remove the paper carefully so that it does not tear. If the paper tears, be sure to remove all of the pieces.
  • Page 145 Lower the belt unit into place, with the drive gear towards the rear of the printer. Locate the drive gear into the gear inside the printer by the rear right corner of the unit, and lower the belt unit flat inside the printer. Push the locking levers towards the rear of the machine.
  • Page 146 > If the sheet is low down in this area and difficult to remove, it is probably still gripped by the fuser. In this case raise the top cover, reach around and press down on the fuser pressure release lever (d). If you are not using the rear exit tray, close it once any paper has been removed from this area.
  • Page 147: Dealing With Unsatisfactory Printing

    EALING WITH UNSATISFACTORY PRINTING SYMPTOMS POSSIBLE CAUSES STEPS TO TAKE Vertical white lines can The LED head is dirty. Wipe the LED head with a soft, be seen on the printed lint-free cloth. page. The toner is low. Open the top cover and tap the cartridge a few times to evenly distribute any remaining toner.
  • Page 148: Dealing With Unsatisfactory Copying

    SYMPTOMS POSSIBLE CAUSES STEPS TO TAKE Horizontal Lines and When the interval is about Wipe it lightly with a soft cloth. spots appear 94mm (4in), the image drum Replace the image drum periodically. (the green tube) is damaged cartridge when it is damaged. or dirty.
  • Page 149: Fax Problem Checklist (E-Studio264Cs)

    (e-STUDIO264CS) AX PROBLEM CHECKLIST If a problem occurs, read through the list of problems and solutions before calling for service. The machine will not dial a telephone number: Check the power cable and wall outlet. Make sure that the telephone line (not external telephone or handset) is connected to the LINE socket on the back of the machine.
  • Page 150 MFP will not poll a remote machine.: Call the person at the remote machine and make sure that they have loaded documents and that their machine is set to polling transmission mode. Machine is connected to a PBX but it is not possible to dial out: Be certain that the dial prefix is entered before the telephone number for each number dialled or programmed into the machine.
  • Page 151: Specifications

    PECIFICATIONS e-STUDIO224CS - FC-224CS e-STUDIO264CS - FC-264CS ITEM SPECIFICATION e-STUDIO224CS e-STUDIO264CS Dimensions 427 x 509 x 445mm (W x D x H) Weight 29Kg approx. Power supply 220 to 240VAC (range 198 to 264 VAC) Power consumption Off: <0.5 W Sleep: <1.2 W <1.5 W...
  • Page 152: Appendixa - Menu System

    PPENDIX MENU SYSTEM The top-level function menus are: > Reports > Paper Setup > Address Book > Phone Book > Profile > Network Scan Destination > Store Document Settings > View Information > Easy Setup > Admin Setup The menu trees are given to the lowest menu item level. Typically, this can be a parameter that can be set by selecting from a range of values provided or a command that can be executed to display or print a status or setting value.
  • Page 153: Reports

    EPORTS ITEM OPTION OPTION/DESCRIPTION Configuration Yes, No Prints out a report of the machine’s configuration System File List Yes, No Prints out a file list Demo Page 01:Demo_Page Yes, No Prints a Demonstration page Error Log Yes, No Prints out an error log Scan To Log MFP Usage Yes, No...
  • Page 154: Paper Setup

    APER SETUP ITEM OPTION OPTION/DESCRIPTION Tray 1 Paper Size A4/A5/A6/B5/ Sets paper in Tray 1. Letter/Legal13/ Legal13.5/Legal14/ Executive/ 16K(184x260mm)/ 16K(195x270mm)/ 16K(197x273mm)/ Postcard/ Custom Custom Width: Enter paper width and length. 100~210~216mm Length: 148~297~356mm Media Type Plain/Letter Head/ Select the type of media loaded in this tray. Bond/Recycled/Card This will help the MFP to adjust its internal Stock/Rough/...
  • Page 155 ITEM OPTION OPTION/DESCRIPTION MP Tray Paper Size A4/A5/A6/B5/ Select the size of paper to be fed from the Letter/Legal13/ multi purpose tray. Legal13.5/Legal14/ Executive/ 16K(184x260mm)/ 16K(195x270mm)/ 16K(197x273mm)/ Custom/COM-9 Envelope/COM-10 Envelope/Monarch Envelope/DL Envelope/C5 Envelope/ Postcard/ Return Postcard/ Envelope1/ Envelope2/ Envelope3/ Envelope4/ Index Card Custom Width:...
  • Page 156: Address Book

    DDRESS BOOK ITEM OPTION OPTION/DESCRIPTION E-mail Address Edit/Register Select an address number. Max. 100 entries. Name user defined Enter a name for the e-mail address entry. Max. 16 characters. E-mail Address user defined Enter the e-mail address. Max. 80 digits. Group No.
  • Page 157: Phone Book

    HONE BOOK NOTE e-STUDIO264CS only. ITEM OPTION OPTION/DESCRIPTION Speed Dial Edit/Register Select a speed dial number. Max. 100 speed dial entries. Name user defined Enter a name for the speed dial entry. Max. 24 characters. Fax Number user defined Enter the fax number for the speed dial entry.
  • Page 158: Profile

    ROFILE ITEM OPTION VALUE/DESCRIPTION Select a profile number. Register Profile Name user defined Sets a profile name. Max. 16 characters. Protocol CIFS, FTP, HTTP Selects a protocol to use for storing files. Target URL user defined Sets a server address and a directory to store the scanned data.
  • Page 159 ITEM OPTION VALUE/DESCRIPTION Register File Name user defined Sets a file name. Max. 64 characters. (cont.) The following options can be set as the default file name: #n: adding a serial number from 00000 to 99999 #d: adding the date of a file creation (yymmddhhmmss) Greyscale OFF, ON...
  • Page 160: Network Scan Destination

    ETWORK SCAN DESTINATION ITEM OPTION OPTION/DESCRIPTION Select a destination number. Register Destination user defined Sets a destination name. Max. 16 characters. Destination user defined Sets a destination sddress. Address Max. 16 characters. Port No. 9968 Sets a port number. Available range: 1 to 65535. Edit Destination Edit destination name.
  • Page 161: View Information

    IEW INFORMATION ITEM OPTION OPTION/DESCRIPTION System Serial No. Displays system information Information Asset No. Lot No. CU Version PU Version Scanner Version Panel Version Total Memory Flash Memory SD Memory Card Network Displays network information IPv4 Address Subnet Mask Gateway Address MAC Address NIC Program Version IPv6 Address (Local)
  • Page 162: Easy Setup

    ASY SETUP NOTE The Easy Setup menu is blocked by the Admin password. ITEM OPTION OPTION/DESCRIPTION Date/Time Setting Time Zone Daylight Saving Server SNTP Server (Primary) SNTP Server (Secondary) Manual Date Time Fax Number user defined Using the keypad and on screen options, Fax Setting enter the fax number of this machine.
  • Page 163: Admin Setup

    DMIN SETUP NOTE The Admin Setup option is blocked by a password. ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Copy Setup Default Settings Scan size Refer to “Advanced operation” on page 50 Duplex Copy OFF(Simplex) for further details. Zoom 100% Sort Image Settings Density : Document Type : Text&Photo...
  • Page 164 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Default Settings Resolution Normal Refer to “Advanced Fax Setup operation” on page 92 Density for further details. Scan Size Continue Scan Transmit Confirmation Report Memory Tx Fcode Box Confidential Box: received data Register Confidential Box cannotbe printed Box Name user defined without entering ID...
  • Page 165 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Other Ring Response 1 Ring Enter the number of rings Fax Setup required before receiving Settings(cont.) (cont.) an incoming fax. Dialling Pause Duration 2 second(s) Enter the pause duration required. Range: 0 - 10 second(s) Rx Reduc. Rate Auto Select the Rx reduction rate.
  • Page 166 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Pulse Make Ratio Sets the make rate of DP Fax Setup Setting(cont.) (10 pps) during call. (cont.) It only shows, when ServiceBit = ON and Tone/Pulse setting = PULSE. Pulse Dial Type 10-N MF (Tone) Duration 75, 85, 100 Enter MF(Tone) mseconds...
  • Page 167 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Scanner Default Settings Scan Size Allows you to select Setup the scan size. Image Settings Allows you to adjust image settings. Density : Document Type : Text&Photo Background Removal : Resolution : 200dpi Contrast : Hue : Saturation : RGB : R:0/G:0/B:0...
  • Page 168 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION LDAP Simple Search Use the on-screen Scanner keyboard to enter a Setup (cont.) search value. Advanced Search Use Advanced Search to search the LDAP Search Method address book by user User Name name and/or e-mail E-mail Address address.
  • Page 169 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Print From Default Settings Paper Feed Tray 1(A4) Selects the default USB Memory tray for paper feed, Setup Tray 1 (upper), Tray 2 (lower, if installed) or MP Tray (multi purpose tray). Copies Enter the number of copies of a document to be printed.
  • Page 170 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Print Setup Print Menu Printer Adjust Adjust general printer (cont.) (cont.) settings. Manual Timout: 60 seconds Wait Timeout: 40 seconds Print Mode Without Color Toner: Alarm Jam Recovery: Enable Paper Black Setting: Paper Color Setting: SMR Setting: BG Setting: Print Position Adjust Range: -2.00 to...
  • Page 171 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Print Setup Color Menu Cyan Highlight Adjusts image density (cont.) (cont.) for each colour Cyan Mid-Tone component (cyan, magenta, yellow and Cyan Dark black). Normal setting is 0. Magenta Highlight Magenta Mid-Tone Magenta Dark Yellow Highlight Yellow Mid-Tone Yellow Dark Black Highlight...
  • Page 172 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Print Setup Color Menu CMYK Conversion Setting to OFF will (cont.) (cont.) simplify the conversion process of CMYK data, which will reduce process time. This setting is ignored when Ink Simulation function is used. System Personality Auto Emulation This item selects Configuration...
  • Page 173 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Symbol Set PC-8 PCL symbol set. If the Print Setup PCL Setup font source and (cont.) (cont.) number are changed to one which does not support the selected symbol set, this must be changed to an available symbol set for that font.
  • Page 174 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION SIDM Setup SIDM Manual ID# Set up Pn specified in Print Setup MANUAL by MANUAL- (cont.) 1 ID No.FX/PPR Emu in CSF control command (ESC EM Pn). SIDM Manual2 ID# Set up Pn specified MANUAL by MANUAL- 2 ID No.FX/PPR Emu in CSF control command(ESC EM...
  • Page 175 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION CR Function Selects whether a Print Setup IBM PPR Setup received carriage (cont.) (cont.) return character (0Dh) also causes a line feed. LF Function Selects whether a received line feed character (0Ah) also causes a carriage return. Line Length 80 Column Specifies the number...
  • Page 176 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION EPSON FX Zero Character Normal Sets the zero to be Print Setup Setup (cont.) slashed or unslashed. (cont.) Line Pitch 6 LPI Specifies the line spacing. White Page Skip Selects whether blank pages are printed or not.
  • Page 177 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Network Network Setup TCP/IP Enable Enables or disables Menu this network protocol. IP Version IPv4 Set up the IP version. Display condition: TCP/IP protocol must be enabled. NetBEUI Disable Enables or disables this network protocol. NetBIOS Over TCP Enable Enables or disables this network protocol.
  • Page 178 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Network Network Setup IPv4 Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Current assigned IP Menu (cont.) (cont.) address. To change, enter the address using the numerical keypad. Press Enter to register new address. Display condition: TCP/IP protocol must be enabled. Subnet Mask xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Current assigned subnet mask.
  • Page 179 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Network Network Setup SNMP Enable Enables or disables Menu (cont.) (cont.) SNMP of FTP (TCP/IP or NetWare). Display condition: TCP/IP protocol must be enabled. Network Scale Normal Normal: Can work effectively even when connected to a HUB that has a spanning tree feature.
  • Page 180 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Network Mail Server SMTP Password user defined Set a password for the Menu (cont.) Setup (cont.) SMTP server. POP User ID user defined Set a user ID for the POP3 server. POP Password user defined Set a password for the POP3 server.
  • Page 181 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Management System Setup Unit Of Measure Millimeter Select unit of (cont.) (cont.) measure. Date Format dd/mm/yyyy Select desired date format. Allow All Reports To Print Disable Enable/disable report printing. Near Life LED Disable Enable/disable near life LED. Status In Near Life Disable Enable: Display a...
  • Page 182 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION Management Storage Check File System Execute Making changes will (cont.) Maintenance automatically restart Setup the system. Erase SD Memory Card Execute Deletion of all data stored in the SD Card. Data cannot be recovered. Initial Lock Enable Enable/disable initial lock.
  • Page 183 ITEM OPTION DEFAULT VALUE/DESCRIPTION User Install Power Save Sleep Enable/disable sleep (cont.) (cont.) mode. Auto Power Off Auto Config Sets the behavior of automatic power off. High Humid Mode If moistened paper is curled significantly after printing, change the setting to ON. Note: Moistened paper means paper that has been left in a...
  • Page 184: Index

    NDEX deleting a group dial entry ... 105 deleting a speed dial entry ... 105 Address book Printer overview ....16 adding a group entry ..84 Problem checklist adding an email entry ..83 fax issues ....... 149 deleting a group entry ..
  • Page 186 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS User's Guide 1-11-1, OHSAKI, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN 2012- ©2012 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved...

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