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Kyocera FS-1020DKyocera FK-101 FS 1020D / 1030D Fuser Unit
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Part Numbers: FK-101, FK101


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Comments to date: 3. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
canette 4:19am on Thursday, November 4th, 2010 
Great Toner Had the Kyocera FS-1030D B&W laser for about 3 years now. Printed tens of thousands of sheets and this is only the third toner cartridge.
ckennedy 6:22pm on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 
Good value for money. Quality output. Fast. The paper tray jams. Not very user friendly.
orko60 2:37pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 
Great value for money, they are long lasting and efficient on use of toner. Updating printer drivers can be difficult in a network environment.

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Error Log

Toner Gauge

Interfaces

KIR Test pattern

Mode ON

Figure 1-2
Items and values on the status page may vary depending on the printers firmware version.
1 Software Version This information shows the software (firmware) version and date of issue of the printer. 2 Hardware Information This information shows the currently selected paper source (indicated by an asterisk), paper size, and various other printer settings. 3 Page Information This information shows the currently selected resolution, number of copies printed to date, and the total page count. 4 Network Status This shows the IP address, subnet mask address, default gateway address and other settings for the network interface card installed in the printer. 5 Memory This information shows the amount of total memory installed in the printer, the amount of currently available memory, and the current status of the RAM disk. 6 Installation Options This shows the option(s) currently installed in the printer. 7 Emulation This shows all available emulations and the currently selected emulation (marked with an asterisk). The printer is shipped from the factory with PCL 6 emulation selected. 8 Error Log This shows the last three instances of the following six types of errors, listed in order of occurrence: KPDL Error Press GO; Memory overflow Press GO; Print overrun Press GO; File not found Press GO; MemoryCard err Press GO; RAM disk error Press GO. (These are displayed on the computer screen when using KM-NET for Clients.) The most recent error is displayed on the top line of the Error Log. For error remedies, see Chapter 3. Error information is cleared when the printers power is turned off. 9 Toner Gauge This shows the approximate level of remaining toner. When the value is 100, the toner container is full. The closer to 0, the smaller the amount of remaining toner.
10 Interface Information This information shows all interfaces installed in the printer and the currently selected interface (marked with an asterisk). The Font section shows the font that is automatically selected when the printer starts up (default font). It is possible to set different default fonts for each interface. 11 KIR Test Pattern This shows the KIR test pattern. You can confirm whether KIR is on or off.

Figure 2-5
Install the new toner container in the printer. Push firmly on the top of the container at the positions marked PUSH HERE until you hear it click in place.

Figure 2-6

While pushing down on the toner container, push lock lever #1 to the lock (LOCK) position. (Lock lever #2 is automatically locked.) Lock Lever #1

Figure 2-7

If the toner low indication flashes or remains lit after installing the new toner container, take the toner container out once, shake it well, then install again. After you have replaced the toner container, be sure to reset the internal toner counter. To reset the toner counter, next time you turn on the power to the printer, keep pushing the key until the Ready indicator lights up.

Cleaning the Printer

To avoid print quality problems, the interior of the printer must be cleaned with every toner container replacement. Cleaning should be done from time to time to avoid print quality problems.

Printer Interior

To avoid print quality problems due to paper dust and debris, clean the interior of the printer in the following manner.
Open the printers top and front covers. Top Cover

Front Cover

Figure 2-8
Lift the process unit together with the toner container out of the printer.
The drum in the process unit is sensitive to light. Never expose the drum even to normal office lighting (500 lux) for more than five minutes.

Process Unit

Figure 2-9
Never stand the process unit on end.

Figure 2-10

Use the supplied wiper cloth to clean dust and dirt away from the registration roller (metal).

Transfer Roller

Registration Roller

Figure 2-11

While cleaning, be careful to avoid touching the transfer roller (the black roller).
Slide the charger cleaner knob (green-colored) back and forth 2 to 3 times, then return it to its CLEANER HOME POSITION.

Charger Cleaner Knob

Figure 2-12
After cleaning, make sure you restore the charger cleaner to its home position. If the charger cleaner knob is not restored to its home position (marked CLEANER HOME POSITION ), a black band will print along the length of the page the next time you use the printer.

Grey background.

Check the operator panel. When the (toner) indicator flashes, install a new toner kit. (See Chapter 2) Check the process unit. Open the printers top and front covers, then check that the process unit is properly installed.
Dirt on the top edge or back of the paper
Check the transfer roller. Open the printers top and front covers. Remove the process unit from the printer and check whether the transfer roller is dirty. If so, print several pages to eliminate the dirt. Check the registration roller. Open the printers top and front covers. Remove the process unit from the printer and check whether the registration roller is soiled with toner. If so, wipe it clean using the supplied wiper cloth.

Table 3-2 (Continued)

Printed Results Characters out of position.
Corrective Action Check the file or program. Check whether the problem is being caused by a PRESCRIBE command error. If the problem occurs only with a specific file or program, the most likely cause is an error in a parameter to a command or command syntax. Check the paper size setting. Check that the paper size set in the paper source and the paper size set on the KM-NET for Clients are the same. (See the KM-NET for Clients Operation Guide.)
There are four indicators on the printers operator panel. These light, flash, and turn off in combination to indicate the printers current status. This section explains the indicators on the operator panel and the appropriate corrective action to take in each case. Indicator displays can be classified into three categories: maintenance, errors, and normal. In the following table, indicators are shown to be lit, flashing, or off. Further, flashing is divided into two speeds, fast and slow. Lit Red/Green Fast Flashing Red/Green

Slow flashing

Red/Green
Grey By using the KM-NET for Clients utility, you can monitor the printers status from the computer. When a printer error occurs, the error message is displayed on the computers screen. The display for the KM-NET for Clients is described in the following tables.

Maintenance Messages

The following table lists error messages that can be dealt with by the user. Read the explanations carefully.
Indicator KM-NET for Clients display Add paper <paper source> Corrective Action The paper has run out. Add paper to the paper cassette (1 or 2) or MP tray. The paper source is displayed in the KM-NET for Clients. The paper cassette is not closed securely. Close the paper cassette properly. Close top cover The top or front cover is open. Close the cover properly.

Load Cassette # <paper size><paper type>
There is data for printing that matches with a paper cassette setting (paper size, paper type), but there is no paper in the paper cassette. Set paper of the size and type specified in the print data into the cassette (1 or 2) to resume printing. When you want to feed from a other paper source, press the key to switch the paper source. The printer prints on the paper size and type set in that particular paper source. The cassette paper size and data paper size are not the same. The printer feeds from the MP Tray when the page in the paper cassette is a different size and type than that specified in the print data. Set paper of the size and type specified in the print data into the MP tray, then press the key to resume printing. When you want to feed from a source other than the MP tray, make sure there is no paper in the MP tray, then press the key to switch the paper source. The printer prints on the paper size set in that particular paper source. Feeding the paper having a paper size which does not match the current paper size from the MP tray can cause paper jam.
Load MP tray <paper size><paper type>

Paper jam ############

Open the printer and clear the paper jam. The location of the paper jam is also indicated in place of #s. For details on how to clear paper jams, see section 3.4 Paper Jam Removal on page 3-15.

Table 3-3

Indicator
KM-NET for Clients display Paper path error
Corrective Action There is no cassette in the feeder, or the cassette is not inserted properly. After reinserting the paper cassette, you should be able to print.

Replace toner

There is no more toner in the toner container. The printer has stopped because there is no more toner. Replace with a new toner kit. After replacing, be sure to clean the printer. (See Chapter 2)

Set paper Press GO

There is no paper in the MP tray. Add paper to the tray. Press the key to resume printing. Feeding the paper having a paper size which does not match the current paper size from the MP tray can cause paper jam.

Toner low

There is not enough toner inside the toner container. Promptly replace with a new toner as the printer will stop printing before long. Clean the printer after replacement. (See Chapter 2) The print job cannot be done at current resolution because there is not enough internal memory. Try adding memory or changing resolution. The printers memory is running low because of the number of downloaded fonts and macros. Print a status page to see how much user memory is left and try deleting unnecessary fonts and macros. The waste toner reservoir is almost full. The waste toner reservoir will become full and the printer will stop printing. Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.

(No indication patterns available)

Warning image adapt

Warning low memory

Warning waste toner box

Table 3-3 (Continued)
Errors Requiring Service Personnel Attention
When the following errors occur, turn off your printer, remove the plug from the AC outlet, and contact your Kyocera Mita dealer. The indicators are shown in two different states, according to the way they alternate.
Corrective Action Main motor error (2000error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Scanner motor error (4000 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Scanner pin-photo error (4200 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Eraser error (5300 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.

Table 3-4

Corrective Action Fuser error (6000 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
The waste toner reservoir is full (7980 error) Turn off the printers power and remove the process unit from the printer. Gently shake the process unit horizontally a few times, then reinstall it into the printer. Turn on the printers power. If this error message does not disappear, contact your Kyocera Mita dealer (less than 100,000 pages printing).
The waste toner reservoir is full (7990 error) Same as above (100,000 pages printing or more).
Controller check sum error (F010 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Controller RAM read/write error (F020 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.

Table 3-4 (Continued)

Corrective Action Controller system error (F030 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Communication error (F040 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Engine ROM check sum error (F050 error) Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.

Error Messages

With the following errors, printing continues when you press the printers key. You can confirm these errors by printing a status page. (See pages 1-4 and 1-5.)
KM-NET for Clients display File not found Press GO
Corrective Action The specified file is not found. Press the key to resume printing. You can abandon printing by pressing the key. Current print processing cannot continue. Press the key to resume printing. You can abandon printing by pressing the key. An error has occurred during access to the memory card using the PRESCRIBE RWER command or from the KMNET for Clients. Look at the error code given in place of ## and refer to the corresponding description given below. 04 :The capacity of the memory card is insufficient. Clean up files. 05 :Specified file not on memory card. 06 :No memory for use by memory card. Expand printer memory. Press the key to resume printing. You can abandon printing by pressing the key. Printing cannot continue because there is not enough memory. Try adding more memory. Press the key to resume printing. You can abandon printing by pressing the key. Current print processing cannot continue due to complex data. The data transferred to the printer was too complex to print on a page. Press the key to print data as far as it was stored. You can abandon printing by the key. To release the page protect mode, send the following command to the printer from the KM-NET for Clients after this error occurs: !R! FRPO R5, 1; EXIT;

Jam at the Face-down Tray and the Rear Cover
If paper is not completely ejected and has stopped only part way out, open the rear cover and remove the jammed paper by pulling it out. Open and close the printers top cover to clear the error. The printer then automatically warms up and resumes printing.

Rear Cover

Figure 3-1
Jam at the Paper Cassette
Pull out the paper cassette and remove any partially fed paper, then reclose the paper cassette. Open and close the printers top cover to clear the error. The printer then automatically warms up and resumes printing. Follow the same steps for clearing the jammed paper at the option paper feeders paper cassette.
Paper Feeder Paper Cassette

Figure 3-2

Paper Feeders Paper Cassette

Jam at the Duplexer

When a paper jam occurs in the duplex section, clear it using the following procedure.
Open the rear cover and remove the jammed paper as shown in the figure.

Figure 3-3

Pull the paper cassette all the way out of the printer.

Paper Cassette

Figure 3-4
Open the duplexers rear cover and remove any jammed paper.

Duplexers Rear Cover

Figure 3-5
Open the duplexers front cover and remove any jammed paper.

Duplexers Front Cover

Figure 3-6
Insert the paper cassette into the slot in the printer. Open and close the printers top cover to clear the error. The printer then automatically warms up and resumes printing.

Jam Inside the Printer

When a paper jam occurs inside the printer, clear it using the following procedure.

Figure 3-7

Remove the process unit from the printer as shown in the figure.

Figure 3-8

Remove the jammed paper from the printer as shown in the figure.

Figure 3-9

When the jammed paper appears to be pinched by rollers, pull it along the normal paper running direction.
After you have removed the jammed paper, put the process unit back into the printer. Close the printers front cover and top cover. The printer then automatically warms up and resumes printing.

Jam at the MP Tray

When a paper jam occurs in the MP tray, clear it using the following procedure.
Leaving any paper that may be jammed there, remove the rest of the paper from the MP tray.

Figure 3-10

Do not try to forcefully pull out paper that has already been fed partially in to the MP tray. Instead, proceed to the next step.

Figure 3-11

Figure 3-12

Figure 3-13

Use the following procedure that corresponds to the status of the jammed paper, in order to remove that paper. (A) If the leading edge of the jammed paper has been fed further into the printer than the metal registration roller, remove the jammed paper by its leading edge. (B) If the paper has not been fed as far as the metal registration roller, remove the jammed paper from the MP tray side. (A) (B)
Registration Roller(Metal)

Figure 3-14

Paper Selection
This chapter explains the following topics: General Guidelines Selecting the Right Paper Special Paper Paper Type

General Guidelines

The printer is designed to print on high-quality copier bond paper (the kind used in ordinary dry copier machines), but it can also accept a variety of other types of paper within the limits specified below. The manufacturer assumes no liability for problems that occur when paper not satisfying these requirements is used.
Selection of the right paper is important. Using the wrong paper can result in paper jams, misfeeding, curling, poor print quality, and paper waste, and in extreme cases can damage the printer. The guidelines given below will increase the productivity of your office by ensuring efficient, trouble-free printing and reducing wear and tear on the printer.

Paper Availability

Most types of paper are compatible with a variety of machines. Paper intended for xerographic copiers can also be used with the printer. There are three general grades of paper: economy, standard, and premium. The most significant difference between grades is the ease with which they pass through the printer. This is affected by the smoothness, size, and moisture content of the paper, and the way in which the paper is cut. The higher the grade of paper you use, the less risk there will be of paper jams and other problems, and the higher the level of quality your printed output will reflect. Differences between paper from different suppliers can also affect the printers performance. A high-quality printer cannot produce high-quality results when the wrong paper is used. Low-priced paper is not economical in the long run if it causes printing problems. Paper in each grade is available in a range of basis weights (defined later). The traditional standard weights are 16, 20, and 28 pounds (60 to 105 g/m2).

Paper Specifications

The following table summarizes the basic paper specifications. Details are given on the following pa
Item Weight Thickness Dimensional accuracy Squareness of corners Moisture content Direction of grain Pulp content Table 4-1 Specification Cassette : 60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb/ream) MP tray : 60 to 163 g/m2 (16 to 43 lb/ream) 0.086 to 0.110 mm (3.4 to 4.3 mils) 0.7 mm (0.0276 inches) 90 0.2 4% to 6% Long grain 80% or more
Selecting the Right Paper
Laser printing is a process involving laser light, electrostatic discharge, toner, and heat. In addition, as the paper passes through the printer it undergoes considerable sliding, bending, and twisting motions. A highquality printing paper matching the printers requirements withstands all these stresses, enabling the printer to turn out clean, crisp printed copies consistently. Remember that all paper is not the same. Some of the factors to consider when selecting paper for the printer are as follows: Condition of the Paper Avoid using paper that is bent at the edges, curled, dirty, torn, embossed, or contaminated with lint, clay, or paper shreds. Use of paper in these conditions can lead to illegible printing, misfeeding, and paper jams, and can shorten the life of the printer. In particular, avoid using paper with a surface coating or other surface treatment. The paper should have as smooth and even a surface as possible. Composition Do not use paper that has been coated or surface-treated and contains plastic or carbon. The heat of fusing can cause such paper to give off harmful fumes. Bond paper should contain at least 80% pulp. Not more than 20% of the total paper content should consist of cotton or other fibers.
Paper Size Cassettes and an MP tray are available for the paper sizes listed in Table 4-2. The dimensional tolerances are 0.7 mm (0.0276 inches) for the length and width. The angle at the corners must be 90 0.2.
Multi-Purpose tray Monarch Business ISO DL ISO C5 ISO B5 Executive Commercial 9 Commercial 6-3/4 ISO A6 JIS B6 Oficio II 16K Statement Folio Hagaki OufukuHagaki Youkei 2 Youkei 4 Table 4-2 Size 3-7/8 7-1/2 inches 4-1/8 9-1/2 inches cm 16.2 22.9 cm 17.cm 7-1/4 10-1/2 inches 3-7/8 8-7/8 inches 3-5/8 6-1/2 inches mm mm 8-1/inches mm 5-1/2 8-1/2 inches mm mm mm mm mm Other sizes of paper can be fed manually. The minimum size paper for manual feed is mm (2-13/16 5-13/16 inches), fed lengthwise. The maximum size is mm (8-1/2 11-11/16 inches). Cassette or multi-purpose tray Legal (Not available with the MP tray) Letter ISO A4 ISO A5 JIS B5 Custom Size 8-1/inches 8-1/inches mm mm mm Cassette: 148 to 216 mm 210 to 297 mm, and Legal (5-13/16 to 8-1/2 inches 8-1/4 to 11-11/16 inches) MP tray: 70 to 216 mm 148 to 297 mm (2-13/16 to 8-1/2 inches 5-13/16 to 11-11/16 inches)

Figure 4-4

Colored Paper Colored paper should satisfy the same conditions as white bond paper, listed in Table 4-1 on page 4-2. In addition, the pigments used in the paper must be able to withstand the heat of fusing during the printing process (up to 200C or 392F). Preprinted Paper Preprinted paper should have a bond paper base. The preprinted ink must be able to withstand the heat of fusing during the printing process, and must not be affected by silicone oil. Do not use paper with any kind of surface treatment, such as the type of paper commonly used for calendars. Recycled Paper Select recycled paper that meets the same specifications as the white bond paper (see Table 4-1 on page 4-2.) except whiteness. Before purchasing recycled paper, test a sample on the printer and check that the printing quality is satisfactory.

Paper Type

The printer is capable of printing under the optimum setting for the type of paper being used. Setting the paper type for the paper source by using the KM-NET for Clients utility will cause the printer to automatically select the paper source and print in the mode best suited to that type of paper. A different paper type setting can be made for each paper source including the MP tray. Not only can preset paper types be selected, but it is also possible for you to define and select customized paper types. See the KMNET for Clients Operation Guide. Not all paper types are available to feed from the paper cassette. Certain types of paper should be fed using the MP tray. See the table below.
Paper Source MP Tray Paper Type Plain Transparency Preprinted Labels Bond Recycled Vellum Rough Letterhead Color Prepunched Envelope Cardstock Thick Custom 1 (to 8) Table 4-5
Paper Cassette Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes : Can be stored
Paper Weight Normal 2 Extra heavy Normal 2 Normal 2 Normal 2 Normal 2 Light Heavy 1 Heavy 1 Heavy 2 Heavy 1 Heavy 3 Heavy 2 Heavy 2 Normal 2 No : Cannot be stored
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
This is a paper type defined and registered by the user. Up to eight types of user settings may be defined. For details, see the KM-NET for Clients Operation Guide.
This chapter describes the types of fonts installed with the printer. Internal Fonts List of Fonts

Internal Fonts

A font is a set of characters of a particular design. The design is referred to as a typeface. Several characteristics identify a font. These include the code set (for details on code sets, please read the Technical Reference provided on the CD-ROM supplied with the printer), spacing, pitch, height, style, stroke weight, and typeface family. The printer has 80 PCL/PS compatible fonts and 1 bitmap font. Fonts may also be downloaded to the printers memory. These are referred to as downloadable or soft fonts. The printer accepts as many downloadable fonts as its user available memory permits.

Side Cover

Figure A-7
After removing the side cover, you can see the DIMM socket on top of the main circuit board.

DIMM socket

Figure A-8
Remove the DIMM from its package. Open the clips on both ends of the DIMM socket.

Figure A-9

Insert the DIMM into the DIMM socket so that the notches on the DIMM align with the corresponding protrusions in the slot.

Figure A-10

Close the clips on the DIMM slot to secure the DIMM.

Figure A-11

When you have finished installing the DIMM, replace the side cover and fasten it with the screw.
To remove a DIMM: Remove the side cover as shown in steps 1 to 3 on page A-4, then carefully pull the end clips outwards and pull the DIMM out of the socket. Testing the Expansion Memory After you have finished installing DIMM in the printer, test the printer to see if installation succeeded. To test the expansion memory, proceed as follows:
Make sure the power switch is off. Plug the power cord into the printer and turn on the power. When the printer is online, press and hold the or more. key for 3 seconds
If the installation succeeded, the amount of memory shown on the status page will correspond with the amount of expansion memory. (The factory installed memory size is 16 MB.)
Setting the Printer Driver After you install the additional memory to the printer, follow the instructions below to set the printer driver so that the printer can use the memories efficiently.
Click the Windows Start button, and then click Printers and Faxes. Right click the Kyocera Mita FS-1020D KX icon, and click Properties. The Properties dialog box will open. Click the Device Settings tab. Enter the total memory size installed to the printer (up to 272 MB) in the Memory box.
Memory (CompactFlash) Card
Insert the memory (CF) card into the card slot located on the rear of the printer. A memory card is a microchip card that may contain option fonts, macros, forms, etc. The printer reads the contents of the card into its internal memory when printer is turned on. The presence of this data in the printer memory can be confirmed on the status page printout. For details of available memory cards, contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.

Turn off the printer.

Never insert or remove a memory card while the printer power is on. Failure to turn the power switch off will immediately halt the printer with the four indicators turned on. It also could result in damage to the printers electronic parts or the memory card. Turn the power switch on again to restart the printer.
Remove the two screws from the option interface slot cover and remove the slot cover.
Option Interface Slot Cover

Screws

RS-232C Protocol

A protocol is a set of rules the computer follows in sending data to the printer. The RS-232C parameters are stored in battery backed-up memory. They are indicated on the status printout. They can be changed by the FRPO (firmware reprogram) command described in the Technical Reference provided on the CD-ROM supplied with the printer. The parameters and their identification codes are given below. H1: Baud rate
Parameter value Baud rate 57600 115200
The factory setting is 9600 baud. H2: Data bits 7 or 8, factory-set to 8. H3: Stop bits 1 or 2, factory-set to 1. H4: Parity
Parameter value Meaning None Odd Even Ignore
The factory setting is None (0 on the status printout).

H5: Protocol logic

Parameter value Meaning Combination of 1 and 3 below DTR/DSR, positive logic DTR/DSR, negative logic XON/XOFF ETX/ACK XON/XOFF recognized only as protocol
The factory setting is 0. H6: Buffer nearly-full threshold This is a percentage from 0 to 99. The factory setting is 90. H7: Buffer nearly-empty threshold This is a percentage from 0 to 99. The factory setting is 70. The factory settings of the buffer nearly-full and nearly-empty thresholds (H6 and H7) are subject to change without notification. The gap between the nearly-full and nearly-empty thresholds allows the computer to send a fairly large amount of data in a continuous stream. H8: Received-data buffer size This is the size of the input buffer, specified in units of 10 Kbytes. The factory-set value is 6, meaning 60 Kbytes.
B.4.1 PRESCRIBE FRPO D0 Command
The PRESCRIBE FRPO D0 command provides control over XON/XOFF operation when an error occurs on the serial interface. The following table summarizes the error status corresponding to different D0 values.
Serial interface error Error not handled Timing of XON transfer to host while Ready or Waiting Table B-4 XON sent every 3-5 seconds XON not sent D0=0 (default) D0=10 Error handled D0=1 D0=11

RS-232C Cable Connection

B.5.1 Obtain a Suitable RS-232C Cable
Make sure that the RS-232C cable is wired correctly. The cable must be a null modem cable; that is, one in which pin 2 on either end of the cable is connected to pin 3 on the other end. You cannot use a straight cable such as IBM communication adapter cable type 1502067 unless you purchase a null modem adapter.

B.5.2 Connecting the Printer to the Computer
Check that the power of both the printer and the computer is switched off.
Discharge yourself of static electricity by touching a metal object such as a doorknob. Remove the plastic cap from the printers RS-232C interface connector. Plug the printer end of the RS-232C interface cable into the printers RS-232C connector and screw it in place. Plug the other end of the cable into the computers RS-232C interface connector. Switch on the printers power. The printers RS-232C parameters are factory-set to the following values: Baud rate=9600 bps, data bits (character length)=8 bits, stop bits=1, parity=none The two RS-232C protocols are XON/XOFF and DTR. The printer performs both of them simultaneously, using positive logic for DTR. If you are uncertain as to the printers current parameter settings, you can reset them to the values listed above. See the KM-NET for Clients Operation Guide.
Set the computer to the same parameters as the printer. On many computers this can be done by setting DIP switches before the power is turned on. Another method is as follows:
With Windows XP proceed as follows: ,
Click on the Start button in the Windows XP task bar and align the cursor with Settings, then click on Control Panel from among the items displayed. The Control Panel window opens. Double click on System. System Properties window opens. Click on the Hardware tab, then click on the Device Manager button, and double click on Ports (COM & LPT).
Double click on Communications Port. The Communications Port Properties dialog is displayed for the selected COM port. Click on the Port Settings tab and set the port properties.
After setting the properties, click the OK button.
In DOS, enter the following commands: C:\>MODE COM1:96,N,8,1,P C:\>MODE LPT1:=COM1 To test the interface, enter the following: CTRL P C:\>DIR CTRL P The software settings made using the above procedures are temporary. On most computers, permanent settings must be made with DIP switches.

Printer Specifications

Item Description Electrophotography, laser scan Simplex printing : 20 pages/minute (A4 size/Plain) 21 pages/minute ( Letter size/Plain) Duplex printing : 10 pages/minute (A4/Letter size/Plain) When printing multiple copies of the same page Fast 1200 mode 600 dpi (vertical and horizontal) with KIR (Kyocera Image Refinement) 300 dpi (vertical and horizontal) with KIR (Kyocera Image Refinement) Approx. 10 seconds or less (A4 or letter size), depends on input data Approx. 15 seconds or less (from power on) at 23C, 120 or 220 V PowerPC MHz 16 MB, expandable up to 272 MB Performed at power-up 20,000 pages/month Organic Photoconductor Mono-component dry developer Positive scorotron charger Negative charger roller Curvature separation Blade cleaner Illumination by eraser LED array Heat roller and pressure roller EcoPrint mode Plain paper (See Chapter 3 ) More than 100,000 pages (with 5% print coverage) Cassette: Legal, Oficio II, Folio and A5 to A4/letter size universal cassette [148 to 216 mm (5-13/16 to 8-1/2") 210 to 297 mm (8-1/4 to 11-11/16")]. Holds 250 sheets of thickness 0.11 mm MP tray: 70 to 216 mm (2-4/5 to 8-1/2") 148 to 297 mm (5-13/16 to 11-11/16") (see page 4-4). Holds 50 sheets of thickness 0.11 mm. Duplex printing is only available for A4 or Letter, or Legal size paper. Face-down tray: 250 sheets of thickness 0.11 mm

 

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