Konica Minolta Bizhub 500
Genuine Konica Minolta 024K Bizhub 360 / 361 / 420 / 421 / 500 / 501 Black Drum ( 250,000 Yield )
Part Numbers: 024K, Konica Minolta Drum DR-510
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User reviews and opinions
|purves||12:07am on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|Use it to print census information about past family members Long Cartridge Life Pricey The Konica PagePro 1350 printer is pretty good quality and it was a good price when I bought it on sale at OfficeMax.|
|JERRY1||6:28pm on Monday, August 23rd, 2010|
|Why I bought this product: I needed a good solid printer for my summer camp that could handle a heavy workload. I have owned the Konica Minolta PagePro 1400W for approximately 18 months. This is my first home laser printer.|
|Antonio Marare||1:22am on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|QMS COLOR LASER TONER Excellent product as Konica Minolta products are. I will buy again and have used these products for over 100.|
|jon lavis||11:14am on Monday, August 9th, 2010|
|Konica Minolta sinks the planet These toner cartridges are incredibly wasteful - the whole unit has to be replaced every time. Great printer Fantastic printer that really does do what it says on the box. Easy to set up and much faster printing than my old inkjets.|
|makRoSoS1||9:17am on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|stuck with toner I actually love my printer- not this model- an older one. BUT- when I upgraded to windows 7 - No was driver available. Excellent price for this product The product was received in excellent condition. The service was great.|
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PRINTER_ COPIER_ SCANNER_ FAX_
FOR HIGHER VALUE, TURN UP THE VOLUME. For high-speed, high-volume productivity, the Konica Minolta bizhub 500 leads the way in value. Its a fast, powerful, flexible B&W solution for workhorse output to keep costs down and information flowing. Its also a central document resource that puts you at the hub of your business scanning and sharing, printing and copying, networking and communicating with seamless ease and enhanced security. And it gives you modular, cost-effective options for booklet-making, stapling and hole-punching, even Super G3 fax for all-in-one performance. If the bizhub 500 sounds good now, wait until it goes to work on your workflow!
POWERFUL 50 PPM B&W OUTPUT HIGH-VOLUME 175,000 PAGE MONTHLY DUTY CYCLE BIZHUB OP FOR MULTIFUNCTIONAL PRODUCTIVITY SIMITRI POLYMERIZED TONER FOR MORE FINE DETAIL RAPID SCANNING UP TO 70 ORIGINALS PER MINUTE PUSH SCANNING TO MULTIPLE DESTINATIONS SCAN-TO-EMAIL, HDD, FTP, PC (SMB) BOX FUNCTION WITH PASSWORD PROTECTION SIMPLE OPERATION, TILTING CONTROL PANEL
General Specifications: TYPE: TONER TYPE: MONTHLY DUTY CYCLE: PRINT/COPY SPEED: SCAN SPEED: PRINT/COPY RESOLUTION: MEMORY /HARD DISK DRIVE: ORIGINAL SIZE: PAPER SIZE: PAPER WEIGHT: WARM-UP TIME: FIRST COPY: COPY QUANTITY: STANDARD PAPER SUPPLY: MAGNIFICATION: COPY EXPOSURE MODES: MAXIMUM PAPER CAPACITY: DOCUMENT FEEDER: POWER REQUIREMENTS: POWER CONSUMPTION: DIMENSIONS (W x D x H): WEIGHT: OPTIONS:
PRINTER_ COPIER_ SCANNER_ FAX_ CONNECT_COMMUNICATE_CONTROL_
AVAILABLE PRINT/COPY FUNCTIONS:
AVAILABLE SCAN FUNCTIONS: AVAILABLE FAX FUNCTIONS:
FAXING (with fax option): FAX TRANSMISSION SPEED: FAX EXPOSURE MODES: Emperon Print System: PROCESSOR: RAM: HARD DISK DRIVE: PAGE DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE: FONTS: PRINT DRIVERS: STANDARD INTERFACES: PROTOCOLS: APPLICATIONS: MANAGEMENT TOOLS: OPTIONAL SOFTWARE:
Digital Printer/Copier/Scanner/Fax Simitri Polymerized Toner 175,000 B&W: 50 ppm (letter, portrait) Up to 70 opm 1200 dpi equivalent x 600 dpi Page memory: 192 MB (standard) /Hard Disk Drive: 40 GB (optional) Up to 11" x 17" (scanning/copying) 5.5" x 8.5" to 11" x 17" 16 lb. to 28 lb. bond, Manual Bypass: 13 lb. bond to 110 lb. index Less than 60 seconds Less than 3.2 seconds (letter) 1 - 999 500-sheet universal cassette (20 lb.), 500-sheet universal cassette (20 lb.), 150-sheet bypass (20 lb.) Zoom range: 25% 400%, 0.1% increments, Preset reduction: 79%, 77%, 65%, 50%, Preset enlargement: 121%, 129%, 155%, 200% Text (legible text), Text/Photo (clear text and halftones), Photo, Dot Matrix 5,650 sheets (total, with options) Capacity: 80 sheets, Original size: Up to 11" x 17", 1-sided, 2-sided originals, mixed original detection 120V, 60Mhz, 12A Less than 1,560W 26.7" x 27.9" x 35.2" 201 lbs. DK-501 Desk/Storage Drawer, FK-502 Fax Kit, FS-510 Base Finisher (50 Sheets), FS-511 Console Finisher (50 Sheets), HD-505 40GB Hard Disk Drive, IC-204 Print Controller, JS-502 Job Separator (requires OT-601), LU-201 Large Capacity Unit, ML-503 Fax Multi Line, MT-501 Mail Bin Kit (for FS-510), OT-601 Output Tray, PC-Sheet Universal x 2, PC-402 Paper Feed Cabinet (2,500 Sheets), PU-501 Punch Kit Unit (for FS-510), SC-502 HDD Encryption Kit, SD-502 Saddle Stitcher (for FS-510), SP-501 Fax Stamp Kit Account Track (1,000 accounts), APS/AMS, Auto Duplex, Auto Reset, Auto Tray Switching, Bi-Directional Communication (Device Option Setting), Box Function, (Store Copy Jobs, Print Jobs, Scans, Fax Data, Print Stored Data, Route Scanned Data), Copy Modes (Simplex/Duplex, 2-in-1, 4-in-1, 8-in-1, Book Copy (Separation), Book Mode Copy), Cover Mode, Creative Functions (XY Zoom, Image Centering, Neg./Pos. Reverse, Image Repeat), Criss-Cross Sorting, Frame Erase, Energy Save Mode, Enlarge Display, Erase (Border, Frame, Edge) Mode, Finishing (Group, Sort, Staple, Punch, Center Staple and Fold), HDD Random Erase, Image Density Adjustment (Density, Background Removal), Image Overlay, Image Preview (Job Finishing Image Display, Engine Configuration Display), Interrupt, Job List, Job Erase, Job Reserve, LDAP/up to 5 LDAP servers/Global LDAP, OHP Interleaving, Mixplex, Mix-Media, Program/Recall Jobs, Paper Size Selection (APS, Manual), Paper Type Selection, Proof Copy, Secure Printing, Separate Scan, Sleep Mode, User Authentication (Synchronize w/ Account Track), Utility (Meter Count, Environment Setting, Default Setting, OneTouch Setting, Check Consumable Life, Admin. Mode), Watermarks, Zoom Selection (AMS, Fixed Zoom Ratio, User Programmable Zoom Ratio, Manual) Scan-to-Email, Scan-to-FTP, Scan-to-SMB (Scan-to-Desktop), Scan-to-HDD (Scan-to-User Box), Network TWAIN (HDD TWAIN) Autodialing (1,000 one-touch keys w/o HDD/2,000 one-touch keys w/ optional HDD), Auto Memory Reception, Auto Reduction Printing, Border Erase Transmission, Broadcasting (maximum 600 locations), Bulletin Board, Density Adjustment, Duplex Transmission/Reception, Exposure Mode (Text, Text/Photo, Photo, Dot Matrix), Group Dialing (up to 500 one-touches per group), Image Rotation Transmission/Reception, Mailbox (Private) Transmission/Reception, Memory/Quick Dial, Mixed Originals Transmission, Original Size Designation, Overseas Transmission, Password Transmission/Reception, PC Fax, Polling Transmission/Reception, Priority Transmission, Print Setting for Overnight Reception, Program Dialing (400 programs), Redial, Relay Broadcasting, Relay Transmission, Remote Reception, Timer Transmission, TSI User Box, TSI User Box Routing Super G3 compatibility; JBIG data compression, 33.6 Kbps modem speed, F-Code Support Approximately 2.4 seconds/page Text, Text/Photo, Photo, Dot Matrix
400 MHz Shared with main body 40 GB (shared scan and copier HDD) optional PCL 5e Emulation, PCL 6 (XL 2.1) Emulation, PostScript 3 Emulation PCL Resident Fonts: 80 outline, PS3 Emulation Resident Fonts: 136 outline PCL 6: Windows 98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Vista Compatibility (please see www.mykonicaminolta.com for the latest information) PS3 Emulation: Windows 98SE/Me (PPD), Window NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 (driver), Windows XP x64/Server 2003 x64 (driver), Mac OS9.2 (PPD), Mac OS X 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, Linux/Unix Ethernet (100Base-TX/10Base-T), IEEE 1284, USB 2.0 TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk (EtherTalk), LPR, SMB, LPD, Netware (4.x, 5, 6), Pserver, N Printer, NDPS, IPP 1.1, SMTP, POP3, LDAP, SSL, SNMP, HTTP, Bonjour Network & Device Management: PageScope Net Care, PageScope NDPS Gateway, PageSocpe EMS Plug-Ins, PageScope Network Setup, PageScope Data Administrator, HDD Backup Utility, PageScope Web Connection, Plug-In for WebJet Admin*, User Tools: PageScope Direct Print, PageScope Box Operator, PageScope Print Status Notifier, Font Management Utility, Print Utility for Unix bizhub Vcare capable PageScope Workware
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS U.S.A., INC. 100 Williams Drive Ramsey, NJ 07446 www.kmbs.konicaminolta.us
2008 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS U.S.A., INC. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Konica Minolta and The essentials of imaging are trademarks of KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS, INC. bizhub, Emperon, and PageScope are registered trademarks of KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Simitri is a registered trademark of KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS. All other brands and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Some functions may require options, which may or may not be available at time of launch.
Item #: 500SS 2/08
Introduction Printing the Date/Time (Date/Time Function).. 3-27 To specify the Date/Time settings.. 3-28 Printing Page Numbers (Page # Function).. 3-30 To specify the Page # settings... 3-31 Printing Distribution Numbers (Set Numbering Function). 3-33 To specify the Set Numbering function. 3-33 Overlapping Overlay Forms and Document Pages (Overlay Function).. 3-35 To specify the Overlay Function.. 3-35 Printing Preset Stamps (Built-in Stamp Function).. 3-36 To specify Built-in Stamp settings.. 3-37 Printing Preset Text at the Center of the Page (Watermark Function).. 3-38 To specify Watermark settings.. 3-39 To edit the Page Margin settings (Edit Margin Function).. 3-40 3.7 3.8 Printing a Proof Copy... 3-41 To print a proof copy.. 3-41 Combined Printing... 3-42 To print a document... 3-43 To change the number of copies.. 3-44 To specify single-sided/double-sided printing.. 3-44 Specifying Finishing Settings (Finishing Function).. 3-45 To specify the Finishing settings.. 3-45 Specify Paper Fold Settings... 3-47 To specify a Paper Fold setting... 3-48 Adding a Binding Margin... 3-49 To specify the Page Margin settings.. 3-49 Printing the Date/Time (Date/Time Function).. 3-50 To specify the Date/Time settings.. 3-50 Printing Preset Stamps (Built-in Stamp Function).. 3-52 To specify Built-in Stamp settings.. 3-52 Overlapping Overlay Forms and Document Pages (Overlay Function).. 3-54 To specify the Overlay Function.. 3-54 Printing Distribution Numbers (Set Numbering Function). 3-55 To specify the Set Numbering function. 3-55 Printing Page Numbers (Page # Function).. 3-56 To specify the Page # settings... 3-57 Printing Preset Text at the Center of the Page (Watermark Function).. 3-59 To specify Watermark settings.. 3-59 Editing the Page Margin settings (Edit Margin Function).. 3-60
Routing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box
Introduction 4.1 4.2 Editing Document Data...4-2 Routing....4-3 Routing Types...4-3 Transmission Methods...4-3 Available Settings...4-4 To route data....4-4 Specifying Destinations...4-6 To specify a program as the destination..4-6 To select a destination from a group...4-7 To select a destination from the address book..4-9 Searching for a Destination...4-10 To directly specify the e-mail destination..4-11 Directly Specifying an FTP Destination...4-13 To directly specify an FTP destination..4-14 Directly Specifying an SMB Destination..4-15 To directly specify an SMB destination..4-15 Checking Settings Before Routing..4-17 Checking the Document Information..4-17 To check information...4-17 Specifying the File Format..4-19 To specify the file format..4-20 Checking the Destination...4-22 To specify the e-mail message settings..4-22 To check detailed information..4-24 To delete the selected destination..4-25
Printing Document Data
A document saved in a box can be printed. When printing the document, additional settings, such as those for the number of copies and double-sided printing, can be specified. In addition, a proof copy can be printed as a sample before printing or multiple documents can be bound together and printed.
For details on printing a proof copy, refer to Printing a Proof Copy on page 3-41.
For details on combining multiple documents for printing, refer to Combined Printing on page 3-42.
Available Functions # of Sets 1-Sided/2-Sided Finishing
Description Specifies the number of copies to be printed. Select whether a single-sided or double-sided copy is to be printed. A setting is made to decide whether or not to conduct Sort, Group and Offset. In addition, Staple and Punch settings can also be specified. Documents can be folded at their center and bound with staples. The document can be printed with a binding margin. The document can be printed with the specified page, for example, the first page of a chapter, on the front side of the sheet. Documents can be printed with cover pages added to the front and back. A sheet can be inserted for the specified page. The copy can also be printed on the insertion. Items are printed such as the date and hour of printing, page serial number, overlay, stamp, and watermark. The position and width of the margins can be specified for the front and back sides.
Page Reference p. 3-13 p. 3-13 p. 3-14
Folding Page Margin Chapters
p. 3-16 p. 3-18 p. 3-19
Cover Mode Insert Sheet Stamp/Overlay
p. 3-23 p. 3-25 p. 3-27, p. 3-30, p. 3-33, p. 3-36, p. 3-39 p. 3-40
Printing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box To print a document Select the document to be printed. Touch [Print].
Check the document information that appeared.
To check detailed information, touch [
] or [
To specify a setting, such as the number of copies, touch [Change Setting] under Print. Press the [Start] key in the control panel.
For details on changing the settings, refer to the descriptions starting with To change the number of copies on page 3-44.
Printing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box To change the number of copies Specify the number of copies to be printed. The number of copies can be set between 1 and 999. % Using the keypad, type in the desired number of copies.
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear.
Printing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box Printing Distribution Numbers (Set Numbering Function) Distribution numbers can be printed on all pages of the document. Settings can be specified for the following.
Item Start Number Text Density Pages Change Size Description Specify the starting distribution number. Select the print density of the distribution numbers. Specify the pages to be printed on. Select the text size for the distribution numbers.
The following settings can be selected as the pages to be printed on.
Setting Cover Only All Pages Description The distribution number is printed only on the cover page. The distribution number is printed on all pages.
To specify the Set Numbering function
Touch [Set Numbering].
Printing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box Under Start Number, use the keypad to specify the starting number.
Under Text Density, select the density of the text. Under Pages, select the pages that the distribution numbers are to be printed on. Touch [Change Size] to specify the text size for 20pt or 36pt. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear.
Overlapping Overlay Forms and Document Pages (Overlay Function) The document can be printed with an overlay form overlapping the pages. The following settings can be specified.
Setting OFF Image Overlay Store Overlay Description The Overlay function is canceled. The overlay form scanned when the copy document was saved in a box is used. A previously registered overlay form is recalled and used.
To specify the Overlay Function
For details on specifying overlay settings and registering overlay forms while copying, refer to the Users Guide [Copy Operations].
Printing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box Select the desired overlay setting. If overlay settings have not been specified or registered overlay has been specified when saving the copy document in the user box, [Image Overlay] does not appear.
Printing Preset Stamps (Built-in Stamp Function) Documents can be printed with stamps such as URGENT or IMPORTANT. Settings can be specified for the following.
Parameter Stamp Print Position Pages Change Size Description Select one of the 12 stamps. Specify the desired printing position. Specify the pages to be printed on. Change the stamp size.
Printing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box To specify Built-in Stamp settings
Touch the button for the group where the data is to be sent.
The list of the addresses registered in the group appears.
Routing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box Select the destinations. To send the data to all addresses in the group, touch [Select All].
Routing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box To select a destination from the address book
Touch [Select from Address Book].
Touch the button for the destination where the data is to be sent. The desired destination can be searched for. For details, refer to Searching for a Destination on page 4-10.
The button for the selected destination appears selected.
If the Manual Destination Input parameter on the Security Details screen (displayed by touching [Security Setting] on the Administrator Setting screen) is set to Restrict, [LDAP Search] does not appear.
Searching for a Destination Follow the procedure described below to search for the desired destination. - Detail Search Type in the name of the destination or part of the address to search for the corresponding address. - LDAP Search Search the addresses registered in the LDAP server for the address that corresponds to the conditions. To perform a Basic Search, type in the search text. To search with multiple conditions, perform a Advanced Search. For a Basic Search
Routing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box For a Advanced Search
For details on an LDAP search and specifying settings for the LDAP server, refer to the Users Guide [Network Scanner Operations]. An LDAP search is possible only if Select from Address Book was selected.
To directly specify the e-mail destination
Routing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box Touch [E-Mail Direct Input].
A screen appears, allowing an address to be entered.
Type in the e-mail address of the destination.
To specify an additional address, touch [Next Dest.].
Frequently entered user names and domain names can be registered to be recalled and used again. First, prefixes and suffixes must be registered in Administrator mode.
Routing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box Directly Specifying an FTP Destination The following settings can be specified for the FTP destination.
Setting Host Name Destination Folder User Name Password Description Type in the host name or IP address for the destination. Type in the path of the destination folder. Type in the user name for logging on. Type in the password.
To register a box
Press the [Utility/Counter] key.
Touch [1 One-Touch Registration].
Touch [3 User Box].
The User Box screen appears.
Touch [1 Public/Personal User Box].
Specify the desired box settings.
Touch [Fwd.]. The registration screen 2/2 appears.
The registration screen 1/2 appears.
Specify the desired settings.
Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. The box is registered.
Displaying the Administrator Setting Screen
To display the Administrator Setting screen
Touch [3 Administrator Setting]. An item in the Utility mode menus can also be selected by pressing the key in the keypad for the number beside the desired button. For 3 Administrator Setting, press the  key in the keypad.
Type in the password, and then touch [OK].
For details on typing in text, refer to Entering text on page 8-3.
The Administrator Setting screen appears.
If the optional fax kit is not installed, [8 Fax Setting] does not appear. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.
If Prohibit Functions when Auth. Error in Administrator mode is set to Mode 2 and an incorrect administrator password is entered the specified number of times, it is no longer possible to enter Administrator mode. For details on the Prohibit Functions when Auth. Error parameter, refer to the Users Guide [Copy Operations].
Specifying User Box Settings
Boxes that are no longer needed should be deleted. To delete unused user boxes Boxes containing no saved documents can be deleted as unused boxes.
In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [System Setting]. In the System Setting screen, touch [0 User Box Setting]. In the User Box Setting screen, touch [1 Delete Unused User Box].
To delete the boxes, touch [Yes].
Specifying Box Administrator Settings
Select whether or not use by the box administrator is permitted. (The default setting is Restrict.) When logging on as the box administrator, type boxadmin as the user name in the user authentication screen, and then type in the password specified in step 5. Relationship with other settings - If User Authentication and Account Track are both set to OFF, Allow cannot be selected.
For details on operations that can be performed by box administrators, refer to Box Permissions on page 6-2.
To specify the User Box Admin. Setting parameter
To overwrite all data
In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [Security Setting]. In the Security Setting screen, touch [6 HDD Setting]. In the HDD Setting screen, touch [3 Overwrite All Data]. The Overwrite All Data screen appears.
Select the desired method for overwriting data on the hard disk, and then click [Overwrite]. The length of time to perform mode 1 is about 40 minutes. A confirmation message appears, asking whether or not to overwrite the data.
To overwrite the data, touch [Yes]. To return to the Overwrite All Data screen without overwriting the data, touch [No]. The message Overwriting all data was completed. Turn OFF main SW and ON appears.
Follow the instructions in the screen to restart the machine. The data on the hard disk is overwritten.
While the data is being overwritten, do not use the main power switch to turn the machine off and on.
When turning the main power switch OFF then ON, wait for 10 seconds or longer before turning it ON again; otherwise the copier may not function normally.
To specify the hard disk locking password
The password for locking the hard disk can be specified. The hard disk locking password is extremely important in order to protect the data on the hard disk. Keep the password in a safe place so that it will not be lost.
In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [Security Setting]. In the Security Setting screen, touch [6 HDD Setting]. In the HDD Setting screen, touch [4 HDD Lock Password]. The Register HDD Lock Password screen appears.
If a hard disk locking password has already been specified, touch [6 HDD Lock Password] to display a screen that contains the current password. From the displayed screen, the password can be changed or the hard disk locking password can be canceled.
Type in the password (20 characters long), and then touch [OK]. A screen for retyping the password appears. Type in the password specified in step 4, and then touch [OK]. The message HDD password is registered. Turn main switch OFF and ON appears.
Follow the instructions in the screen to restart the machine. The hard disk locking password is set.
Be sure to keep the password in a safe place so that it will not be lost. If the password is lost, significant restoration operations will be required for recovery.
If [Reset Encryption Key] is touched, the Register Encryption Key screen appears. If authentication of the encryption key failed, specify the encryption key again.
The hard disk is encrypted.
Settings That Can Be Specified Using PageScope Web Connection
PageScope Web Connection is a device management utility supported by the HTTP server integrated into the device. Using a Web browser on a computer connected to the network, machine settings can be specified from PageScope Web Connection. When changing settings, operations such as typing text can be performed more easily from your computer. The following Box function settings can be specified. User Mode The following settings can be specified by all users.
Setting Box tab Open User Box Description Operations, for example, to download or delete a saved document, can be performed after a box number and password have been specified. In addition, attributes, such as the box password and owner, can be changed. The following boxes can be opened. Public/personal user boxes The following boxes can be created. Public/personal user boxes
Create User Box
A password does not need to be entered when logged on as the box administrator. Only users logged on as a registered user can monitor or create private user boxes.
Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Administrator Mode
Chapter 7 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection
The following more advanced settings can be specified by the administrator.
Setting Box tab Open User Box Description Operations, for example, to download or delete a saved document, can be performed after a box number has been specified. In addition, attributes, such as the box password and owner, can be changed. The following boxes can be opened. Public/personal user boxes The following boxes can be created. Public user boxes Whether or not box administrator settings have been specified can be viewed.
Create User Box User Box Admin. Settings
Using PageScope Web Connection
PageScope Web Connection is a device management utility supported by the HTTP server integrated into the printer controller. Using a Web browser on a computer connected to the network, machine settings can be specified from PageScope Web Connection. For details on the display formats, refer to Logging On and Logging Off on page 7-9.
Windows NT 4.0 and Mac OS 8/9 do not support versions on and after the Flash Player 8. When using an OS like these, download the Flash Player 7 from the Adobe site or select HTML in the display style of PageScope Web Connection.
Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Accessing PageScope Web Connection
PageScope Web Connection can be accessed directly from a Web browser.
Start the Web browser. In the Address bar, type the IP address of the this machine, and then press the [Enter] key. http://<IP_address_for_machine>/ Example: If the IP address of this machine is 192.168.1.20 http://192.168.1.20/
When SSL/TLS is enabled, the URL becomes: https://<IP_address_for_machine>/ Even if http:// is entered, the URL at https:// is automatically accessed.
If user authentication is enabled, a page for entering the user name and password appears before you can operate the machine.
Structure of Pages
The page that appears immediately after PageScope Web Connection is accessed is called the User mode page. This page appears after logging on to the application as a public user. The pages of PageScope Web Connection are constructed as shown below.
For details on logging on, refer to Logging On and Logging Off on page 7-9.
Item Konica Minolta logo
Description Click the logo to go to the Konica Minolta Web site at the following URL. http://konicaminolta.com/ Click the logo to display the version information for PageScope Web Connection. The mode (public, registered user or administrator) of the user that is currently logged on is displayed. Click to log off from the current mode. The statuses of this machines printer section and scanner section are displayed using icons. If an error occurred in the machine, the status of the malfunction/error and other error information are displayed. The page specified in Online Manual URL is displayed. For details, refer to the IC-204 Users Guide. Click to update the displayed page. The name of the device currently being accessed is displayed. Select the category of the page to be displayed. The following tabs are displayed in User mode. System Job Box Print Scan Information and settings for the selected tab are listed. The menu that appears differs depending on the tab that is selected. Details of the item selected from the menu are displayed.
PageScope Web Connection logo
[Logout] button Status display
Refresh button Device name Tabs
Information and settings
Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Web Browser Cache The newest information may not appear in the PageScope Web Connection pages because older versions of pages are saved in the cache for the Web browser. In addition, the following problems may occur when the cache is used. When using PageScope Web Connection, disable the cache for the Web browser.
If the utility is used with the cache enabled and Administrator mode was timed out, the timeout page may appear even after the utility is accessed again. In addition, since the machines control panel remains locked and cannot be used, the machine must be restarted. In order to avoid this problem, disable the cache.
The menus and commands may vary depending on the Web browser version. For details, refer to Help for the Web browser.
For Internet Explorer
On the Tools menu, click Internet Options. On the General tab, click [Settings] under Temporary Internet files. Select Every visit to the page, and then click [OK].
For Netscape Navigator On the Edit menu, click Preferences. In the Category box on the left side of the dialog box, click Advanced, then Cache. Under Compare the page in the cache to the page on the network:, select Every time I view the page.
Logging On and Logging Off
When PageScope Web Connection is accessed, the page for a public user appears. In order to log on as a registered user or an administrator when user authentication is performed, it is necessary to log off first, then log on again. Logging Off
When logged on, a timeout occurs and you will automatically be logged off if no operation is performed for a specified length of time. The timeout period for User mode and Administrator mode can be specified in the page that appears by clicking Authentication (Network Tab), then Auto Logout in Administrator mode.
To log off
Click [Logout] at the upper left of the window.
Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection The user is logged off, and the Login page appears.
Logging On to User Mode (Public User) There are two procedures for logging on to User mode: one for a registered user and one for a public user. If user authentication is not performed, log on as a public user.
The following procedure describes how to use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel for typing in the names of registered accounts and custom paper sizes. The keypad can also be used to type in numbers. Any of the following keyboards may appear. Example Password input screen:
Screen for entering the name of a custom paper size:
Appendix Touching [Shift] switches the keyboard display between lowercase letters (numbers) and uppercase letters (symbols).
Appendix To type text %
Touch the button for the desired character from the keyboard that appeared. To type in uppercase letters or symbols, touch [Shift]. Numbers can also be typed in with the keypad. The entered characters appear in the text box.
To cancel changes to the settings, touch [Cancel]. To clear all entered text, press the [C] (clear) key.
To change a character in the entered text, touch  and  to move the cursor to the character to be changed, touch [Delete], and then type in the desired letter or number.
List of Available Characters Detail
Alphanumeric characters/ symbols
10Base-T/100Base-TX/ 1000Base-T anonymous FTP
An Ethernet standard, which is a cable consisting of twisted copper wire pairs. The transmission speed of 10Base-T is 10 Mbps, of 100Base-TX is 100 Mbps, and of 1000Base-T is 1000 Mbps. While normal FTP sites are protected by an account name and password, this type of FTP site can be used by anyone without a password by simply entering anonymous as the account name. A function for automatically acquiring the IP address. If acquisition of the IP address failed with DHCP, an IP address is acquired from the address space of 169.254.0.0. Abbreviation for Binary Digit. The smallest unit of information (data quantity) on a computer or printer. Displays data using 0 or 1. Fonts that are represented by a set of dots to form the character. Dithering may occur if the character size is increased. Abbreviation for Bitmap. A file format for saving image data which uses the.bmp extension. Commonly used on Windows platforms. You can specify the color depth from monochrome (2 values) to full color (16,777,216 colors). Images are not usually compressed when saved. Unit of information (data quantity) on a computer or printer. Configured as 1 byte equals 8 bits. The difference in intensity between the light and dark parts of the image (light/dark variation). An image with little light/dark variation is said to have a low contrast, and an image with large light/dark variation is said to have a high contrast. The initial settings. The settings first selected when the machine is turned on, or the settings first specified when the function is selected. A device, such as a computer or router, used as a gateway to access computers not on the same LAN. An indication of the amount of darkness in the image. The function that adjusts the color tones of an output device, such as a printer or monitor. Abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. A protocol in which a client computer on a TCP/IP network automatically specifies the network settings from the server. With collective management of the IP address for DHCP clients on the DHCP server, you can avoid duplication of an address and you can build a network easily. A method of using only black and white to create the illusion of different shades of gray. The process is simpler than with error diffusion; however, some irregularities may occur. Abbreviation for Domain Name System. A system that acquires the supported IP addresses from host names in a network environment. DNS allows the user to access other computers over a network by specifying host names, instead of difficult to memorize and understand IP addresses.
bit Bit-mapped Font BMP
Default Gateway Density Density Adjustment DHCP
Term DPI (dpi) Definition Abbreviation for Dots Per Inch. A resolution unit used by printers and scanners. Indicates how many dots per inch are represented in an image. The higher the value, the higher the resolution. Software that works as a bridge between a computer and a peripheral device. LAN transmission line standard. The characters added to the file name in order to differentiate file formats. The file extension is added after a period, for example,.bmp or.jpg. Abbreviation for File Transfer Protocol. A protocol for transferring files over the Internet or an intranet on the TCP/IP network. The light and dark levels of an image. As the number increases, smoother brightness variations can be reproduced. Monochrome image expressive form using the gradation information from black to white. The method of producing the light and dark parts of an image through varying sizes of black and white dots. Large capacity storage device for storing data. The data can be stored even if the power is turned off. Abbreviation for HyperText Transfer Protocol. A protocol used to send and receive data between a Web server and a client (Web browser). Documents containing images, recordings, and video clips can be exchanged with the expressive form information. To install hardware, operating systems, applications, printer drivers on to a computer. A code (address) that is used to identify individual network devices over the Internet. A maximum of three digits for four numbers are displayed such as 192.168.1.10. IP addresses are assigned to devices, including computers, which are connected to the Internet. Abbreviation for Java 2 Runtime Environment. One type of JavaVirtual Machine (Java VM) in a program operating environment written in the object-oriented language Java, developed by Sun Microsystems. This is required to run applications that were created with Java. A programming language developed by Sun Microsystems that runs on most computers regardless of the installed hardware and operating system. However, in order to run Java applications, an operating environment called Java Virtual Machine (Java VM) is required. Abbreviation for Joint Photographic Experts Group. One of the file formats for saving image data. (The file extension is.jpg.) The compression ratio is roughly 1/10 to 1/100. This format uses an effective method in the compression of continuous-tone images, such as photographs. A type of network authentication system used by Windows 2000 or later. Used in Active Directory authentication. Users can be safely and efficiently authenticated with a two-phase authentication (user logon and network resource usage) on a dependable site set up on the network.
Memory Multi-Page TIFF OS PASV
Pixel Plug-and-play Port Number
Preview Print Job Property
Protocol Proxy Server
Term Resolution Scanning Definition Displays the ability to reproduce the details of images and print matter correctly.
Screen Frequency Single-Page TIFF SMB
Indicates the density of dots used to create the image. A single TIFF file that contains only a single page. Abbreviation for Server Message Block. A protocol that shares files and printers over a network and which is mainly used by Microsoft Windows. Abbreviation for Secure Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security. The encoding method for safely transmitting data between the Web server and browser. The unit used to divide a TCP/IP network into small networks (subnetworks). It is used to identify the bits in a network address that are higher than the IP address. Abbreviation for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. The de facto standard protocol used by the Internet that uses IP addresses to identify each network device. A small image that shows the contents of the image or document file (the image displayed when the file was opened). Abbreviation for Tagged Image File Format. One of the file formats for saving image data. (The file extension is.tif.) Depending on the tag indicating the data type, information for various image formats can be saved in a single image data. The interface standard for imaging devices, such as scanners and digital cameras, and for applications, such as graphics software. In order to use a TWAIN-compliant device, the TWAIN driver is required. To delete software installed on a computer. Abbreviation for Universal Serial Bus. A general interface standard for connecting a mouse, printer, and other devices to a computer. Software such as Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator for viewing Web pages.
Uninstall USB Web Browser
With the scanning operation of the scanner, an image is read while the row of image sensors is gradually moved. The direction that the image sensors are moved is called the main scanning direction, and the direction in which the image sensors are arranged is called the sub-scanning direction.
Account name.. 2-2
Date/Time.. 3-27, 3-50 Delete unused user box.. 6-11 Deleting document data. 3-5 Destinations 2-10, 4-6, 4-7, 4-9, 4-11, 4-13, 415, 5-6, 5-7, 5-9, 5-12, 5-14, 5-16 Detail explanation. x-13 Direct input. 2-12 Document information check from machine.. 4-17, 5-18 Document viewing.. 3-2 Double-sided/single-sided printing.. 3-13, 3-44
Chapter 8 Appendix
Account track.. 2-2 Address book destination. 4-9, 5-9 Administrator mode.. 7-3, 7-13 Administrator setting screen. 6-9 Administrator settings. 6-12
Binding margin.. 3-18, 3-49 Box administrator. 7-11 Box administrator settings. 6-12 Box destination.. 2-10 Box Functions.. 1-4 Box Mode Screen.. 3-2 Box name search.. 3-4 Box registration. 6-4 Box types.. 1-3 Built-in stamp.. 3-36, 3-52
Editing document data.. 4-2 E-mail destination. 4-11, 5-12 Entering text. 8-3
File format.. 4-19 File type... 4-19 Finishing settings.. 3-14, 3-45 FTP destination.. 4-13, 5-14
Caution explanation.. x-13 Changing document names from machine.. 3-6 Chapters.. 3-19 Checking document information from machine.. 4-17, 5-18 Checking routing information.. 4-17, 5-18 Combined printing.. 3-42 Copy number.. 3-13, 3-44 Copying Document Data.. 3-9 Cover mode.. 3-23 Cover pages.. 3-23 Creating boxes.. 6-4 Current jobs list.. 2-15
Glossary.. 8-6 Group destination.. 4-7, 5-7
Hard disk capacity.. 6-15 Hard disk password.. 6-22 Hard disk settings. 6-15 HDD settings.. 6-15
Insert sheet. 3-25
Reminder explanation.. x-13 Routing document data. 4-4, 5-4 Routing document data from public user box/personal user box.. 4-2 Routing information check. 4-17, 5-18 Routing transmission methods 4-3, 5-3 Routing types.. 4-3, 5-3
Job History. 2-15 Job history list. 2-15
Login. 7-10, 7-11, 7-13 Logout... 7-9
Margin setting.. 3-18, 3-49 Moving document data.. 3-7 Multiple document printing. 3-42
Sample copy.. 3-41 Saving Copies in Boxes. 2-5 Saving document data to specified box. 2-12 Saving Scans.. 2-10 Searching for box names.. 3-4 Set numbering. 3-33 Single-sided/double-sided printing... 3-13, 3-44 SMB destination. 4-15, 5-16
Note explanation.. x-13 Number of copies. 3-13, 3-44
Overwrite.. 6-16 Overwrite all data.. 6-19 Overwriting data.. 6-19
Test print.. 3-41 Text entry... 8-3 Transmission methods. 4-3, 5-3
Page #.. 3-30, 3-56 Page margin.. 3-18, 3-49 PageScope Web Connection.. 7-4 Paper fold.. 3-16 Password. 2-2, 6-22 Personal user box.. 4-2, 6-5 Printing a Document from a Public User Box/Personal User Box.. 3-2 Printing document data.. 3-11 Program destination. 4-6, 5-6 Proof copy.. 3-41 Public user.. 7-10 Public user box. 4-2, 6-5
User authentication. 2-2 User box administrator setting. 6-12 User mode.. 7-2 User name.. 2-2 Users guide conventions. x-13 Users guides.. x-14
Warning explanation.. x-13 Watermark.. 3-38, 3-59 Web browser cache.. 7-8
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