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8 Transport Section Release : Use to clear a misfed sheet of paper. p.6-17 Lever [M3] 9 Misfeed Removal Knob [M1] : Use to clear a misfed sheet of paper. p.6-16
2 Chapter 2 3
1 Original Pad : Holds the original placed on the Original Glass in position. Chapter 2 Getting to Know Your Machine
Electronic Document Handler EDH-3
2 Document Handling Tray 4 Single Feed Tray : Load the originals face up on this tray. p.3-5
3 Document Guide Plate : Slide the plate as necessary to the size of the originals. p.3-5 : Insert a single sheet of original into the tray to make a copy or copies of it. p.3-8
Large Capacity Cassette C-306
5 Lock Release Lever 6 Paper Plate Descent Key 7 Cassette Door : Use to unlock the cassette from the machine for clearing a misfed sheet of paper or performing other service job. : Press to lower the paper plate. : Open to add paper or clear a misfed sheet of paper.
Large Capacity Cassette C-306L
8 Lock Release Lever 9 Paper Plate Descent Key 10 Cassette Door : Use to unlock the cassette from the machine for clearing a misfed sheet of paper or performing other service job. : Press to lower the paper plate. : Open to add paper or clear a misfed sheet of paper.
2Way Paper Feed Cabinet PF-208
11 Duplex Unit 12 3rd Drawer 13 4th Drawer : Automatically turns over 1-sided copies to print data on both sides. : Holds up to 550 sheets of paper. p.6-4 : Holds up to 550 sheets of paper. p.6-4
Large Capacity Cabinet PF-115
14 Duplex Unit 15 Paper Descent Key 16 3rd Drawer : Automatically turns over 1-sided copies to print data on both sides. : Use when sliding the drawer out. : Holds up to 2600 sheets of paper. p.6-3
Duplexing Paper Feed Cabinet PF-7D
17 Duplex Unit 18 Storage Drawer : Automatically turns over 1-sided copies to print data on both sides. : Use to store paper, Toner Bottle, and other supplies.
Finisher FN-105/Finisher FN-106
19 Front Door 20 Bottom Offset Tray 21 Top Offset Tray 22 Grip : Open to clear misfed paper. : Receives sorted paper by shifting. : Receives plain paper or thick paper. : Hold to slide the Finisher away from the machine to clear a misfeed or perform other service job. Chapter 2 Getting to Know Your Machine
23 Front Door 24 Bottom Offset Tray 25 Staple Tray Cover 26 Top Offset Tray 27 Grip : Open to replace the Staple Cartridge or clear misfed paper. : Receives sorted/stapled copy sets or grouped copy stacks. : Open to load documents for manual stapling or to clear a paper misfeed. : Receives plain paper or thick paper. : Hold to slide the Finisher away from the machine to clear a misfeed or perform other service job.
<Using transparencies and translucent paper for the original>
Raise the Original Cover. Place the original face down on the Original Glass.
Place the original in the same way as the sheet originals. Place a blank sheet of paper of the same size over the original.
Blank Sheet of Paper
Position the original in the left rear corner with the marker on the scale.
Gently lower the Original Cover.
Making Copies from a Book Using Book Copy Mode
<When placing an open book or magazine>
Place the open book so that its top edge is at the rear of the machine and the center of the book is aligned with the Book Marker indicated on the Original Length Scale.
NOTES Be sure to raise the Original Cover 15 or more before placing the original. If the Original Cover is raised to an angle less than 15, the machine may fail to select the correct paper size or zoom ratio. Chapter 3 Making Copies
Original Length Scale
Do not place an original weighing more than 61/2 lb on the Original Glass. When placing an open book, do not press the book hard on the Original Glass, as trouble could result.
NOTES If the original is thick, make a copy with the Original Cover raised open. Not positioning the open book properly will result in copies with pages in incorrect order. Do not look directly at the Original Glass surface as a strong beam of light is emitted.
Using the SADF Mode
<Only when the Electronic Document Handler is mounted> This is the mode in which you insert your originals one by one into the Electronic Document Handler to make a copy or copies from it. When you insert the original, the machine automatically starts the copy cycle. NOTES The following originals can be used for the SADF mode. Types of Originals : Sheets (Plain paper) Weight : 9-1/4 to 41-3/4 lb Size : 1117L to 5-1/28-1/2 The following features will be canceled when using the SADF Mode. :Auto Paper, Auto Zoom, Staple, Hole Punch, Folding, 2-sided Original, Book, 2-in-1, 4-in-1, Booklet Creation, Cover, Page Insertion, OHP Interleaving, File Margin, Image Repeat, and Mixed Orig. Detection.
Open the Single Feed Tray and slide the Guide Plate to the size of the original.
The original is automatically taken up and the copy cycle is started.
Insert the original face down into the tray.
w w Copy Copy
Double-Sided Double-[2in1] Single-Sided Double-[2in1] Select Single-Sided Double-[2in1] to make a <Only when the Electronic Document Handler is mounted> 2-sided copy, through reduction, from four Select Double-Sided Double-[2in1] to make a 2originals side-by-side. sided copy, through reduction, from two originals side-by-side.
w w w Orig. Copy Orig. Copy
6. Selecting the Original w w w Copy Type
Double-Sided Single-[4in1] Single-Sided Single-[4in1] Select Single-Sided Single-[4in1] to make a <Only when the Electronic Document Handler is mounted> 1-sided copy, through reduction, from four Select Double-Sided Single-[4in1] to make a 1originals side-by-side. sided copy, through reduction, from two originals side-by-side.
w w Orig. Copy Orig. Copy
Double-Sided Booklet Creation Single-Sided Booklet Creation Select Single-Sided Booklet Creation to make <Only when the Electronic Document Handler is mounted> a 2-sided copy, through reduction, from four Select Double-Sided Booklet Creation to make a originals side-by-side. 2-sided copy, through reduction, from two originals side-by-side.
w w Orig. Copy w Orig. Copy
Book Single-Sided Select Book Single-Sided to make 1-sided page-by-page copies of an open book.
w Orig. Copy
Book Double-Sided Select Book Double-Sided to make a 2-sided copy of an open book.
Double-Sided Double-[4in1] Single-Sided Double-[4in1] Select Single-Sided Double-[4in1] to make a <Only when the Electronic Document Handler is mounted> 2-sided copy, through reduction, from eight Select Double-Sided Double-[4in1] to make a 2originals side-by-side. sided copy, through reduction, from four originals side-by-side.
6. Selecting the Original w Copy Type
Selecting the Original
Using Single-Sided or Double-Sided Originals
Load the originals. Select the original type.
Select the desired copy type and touch [Enter].
Touch [Text]. Touch [Lighter] or [Darker] as necessary.
Useful Tips To make the image darker, touch [Darker]. To make the image lighter, touch [Lighter].
Useful Tip The exposure level in the Auto Exposure mode can be made either Darker or Lighter by using Users Choice. p.5-14
Select Text/Photo when you make copies from an original that contains both text and photos.
The machine can make a faithful reproduction of an original having a halftone image such as photos.
Touch [Text/Photo]. [Text/Photo] is highlighted, indicating that the machine is set into the Text/Photo mode.
Touch [Photo]. [Photo] is highlighted, indicating that the machine is set into the Photo mode.
Touch [Lighter] or [Darker] as necessary.
NOTE In the Text/Photo mode, the machine defies automatic adjustments of the exposure level. Be sure to manually adjust the exposure level as necessary before making the copy. Useful Tips To make the image darker, touch [Darker]. To make the image lighter, touch [Lighter].
NOTE In the Photo mode, the machine defies automatic adjustments of the exposure level. Be sure to manually adjust the exposure level as necessary before making the copy. Useful Tips To make the image darker, touch [Darker]. To make the image lighter, touch [Lighter].
8. Auxiliary Functions
When [Auxiliary] on the Touch Panel is touched, the Auxiliary function menu screen appears allowing you to set the various auxiliary functions.
The Cover mode lets you make a front cover or a front and back cover for a copy set by copying the first page or the first and last page of an original set on different paper from the normal paper, such as color paper. There are six different Cover functions available. Select the appropriate one according to your need.
Front Cover: Copied Back Cover: None Front Cover: Blank Back Cover: None
Front Cover: Copied Back Cover: Blank
Front Cover: Blank Back Cover: Blank
Front Cover: Copied Back Cover: Copied
Front Cover: Blank Back Cover: Copied
Using the Cover Mode
Load the originals.
Select the key for the back cover.
Touch the job no. key to be deleted.
Touch [Delete Printing Job] or [Delete Scanning Job].
Useful Tip Pressing the Stop key stops the scanning or printing action being performed.
Press the Start key.
A confidential document transmitted by a personal computer is unlocked when a password is entered, putting it in the print queue.
The status of that particular job changes to Wait.
Useful Tip An unlocked job is placed at the end of the jobs on the print queue.
Enter a 4-digit password from the 10-Key Pad.
NOTE All jobs are unlocked if the previously programmed password matches the password entered.
Typical Function Combinations
Chapter 4 Typical Function Combinations
1. Making Different Types of Copy
These pages explain how to combine different functions to make various types of copy.
Reading the Table
Intended Type of Copy
Corner Staple Hole Punch
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Shows whether the copy is 1-sided or 2-sided. Shows what type of copy you want to make. Shows how to load your original. p. 3-4 Shows which to set, either Single-Sided, Double-Sided, 2in1, or 4in1 for Original Copy. p. 3-36 Shows which to set, either Corner Staple, 2-Point Staple, or Hole-Punch for the finishing function. p. 3-20 6. Shows the margin position to be set for your original. p. 3-39 7. Shows the file margin function to be set as an auxiliary function. p. 3-54 8. Shows that the stapling position or hole punch positions must be set using the Select Position key. p. 3-24, 3-25 * The marker - in the table indicates that no key setting is necessary.
2. Using 1-Sided Originals
Making 1-Sided Copies from 1-Sided Originals
Intended Type of Copy Loading the Originals Copy Finishing Functions Margin File Margin Select Position
Corner Staple Chapter 4 Typical Function Combinations Hole Punch
2-Point Staple Hole Punch
Stores the image after erasing the top edge of the original.
Frame Erase Stores the image after erasing the four edges of the original.
Select the desired erase position.
As illustrated on the Touch Panel, place the original directly on the Original Glass.
Using [w] or [v], set the desired erase width.
Select an image orientation the same as that of the original.
Useful Tip The erase width can range between 1/4 to 3/4 variable in 1/16 increments.
Checking the Programmed Image
Touch [Check], then touch the number key to be checked.
Select the type of paper on which to print the programmed image.
Press the Start key and the programmed image is printed on the copy.
Useful Tip Programmed images may be checked by using the screen for calling up a preprogrammed image. Checking the Preprogrammed Image p.3-64
Deleting a Programmed Image
Touch [Delete], then touch the number key to be deleted.
3. Meter Count and Toner Replenisher
Touching [Meter Count] allows you to check the total count of each of the following seven counters recorded since the installation of the machine.
Shows the total number of prints made since the installation of the machine.
Account Total Counter
Shows the total number of prints made by the active accounts.
Shows the number of prints made on paper of a preset size. (The size will be set by your Technical Representative.)
Printer Total Counter
Shows the number of prints produced by the machine configured as a printer.
2-Sided Total Counter
Shows the number of 2-sided prints made.
Printer Size Counter
Shows the number of prints produced by the machine configured as a printer on paper of a size preset for Size Counter. (This counter counts the number of prints made on paper of the same size as that set for the Size Counter.) Chapter 5 Using the Utility Mode
2-Sided Size Counter
Shows the number of 2-sided prints made on paper of a preset size (the same size as that set for the Size Counter.)
Touching [Toner Replenisher] sets the machine into the auxiliary toner replenishing mode. The machine tends to exhaust the supply of toner rapidly when printing a large number of pages using an original with dark solid areas such as a photo. As a result, the printed image density will become lighter. In such a case, you can use Toner Replenisher to regain the normal image density quickly. NOTES Do not turn OFF the Power Switch or open the Front Door while the machine is replenishing toner. Toner is not replenished if the image density is sufficiently high. The toner replenishing sequence ends automatically.
4. Users Choice
The machine has been set so that the most frequently used settings are automatically selected in the initial mode. Users Choice allows you to select the default settings which are automatically selected in the initial mode according to your own needs. This saves time and effort to make extra settings when the machine is turned ON or Auto Panel Reset is activated. For more details, consult your Technical Representative.
Users Choice Functions
A listing of Users Choice functions is given in six pages of menu, from[1/6] to [6/6]. To show the listing of each page, touch the desired page number key at the bottom of the Touch Panel.
[1/6] p.5-13 Original Chapter 5
[4/6] p.5-15 Confirmation Beep [5/6] p.5-16 Universal Tray Special Paper Auto Panel Reset Energy Save Mode
Language Selected Mixed Original Detect Memory Recall Auto Paper/Auto Size
Tray Priority [2/6] p.5-14 2in1, 4in1, Booklet Copy Zoom Density Priority Default Level Output Priority Intelligent Sorting Criss Cross Mode [3/6] p.5-15 Small Originals 4in1 Copy Order Date Printing Format Date Printing Position Page Number Position
Plug-in Counter Reset Auto Shut OFF *1 *1: Sleep is shown when the Printer Controller is mounted.
[6/6] p.5-16 Date/Time Set Print Exposure Priority Device Density (ADF) Priority Offset Tray
Useful Tip When 100 Accounts is selected, the Users Choice functions of [1/6] to [4/6] can be set for each account after the corresponding access code has been entered. (In this case, the listing of Users Choice displayed on the Touch Panel is from [1/4] to [4/4].) The administrator can make the Users Choice settings in common with all 100 accounts after 100 Accounts has been selected. With the Touch Panel prompting you to enter the access code, press the Utility key. Touch [Users Choice]. Enter the administrator number from the 10Key Pad. * This allows the administrator to make the settings for [1/6] to [6/6]. NOTE The Users Choice settings in common with 100 accounts for [1/6] to [4/6] are not valid for the accounts for which the individual Users Choice settings have been made after 100 Accounts was selected.
Specify the original copy type automatically selected when power is turned ON or panel reset. The initial setting is 1-Sided 1-Sided.
Select the language of the Touch Panel messages. The initial setting is English.
Mixed Original Detect
Select whether to default to Mixed Original Detection (ON) or not (OFF) when power is turned ON or panel reset. The initial setting is OFF. * If the following combination is set at a time in Users Choice, the Mixed Orig. Detect will be automatically canceled and the copies are made in Single-Sided Double-Sided copy mode. Original Copy Default: Single-Sided Double-Sided Mixed Orig. Detect: ON
Setting Administrator Mode
Setting Copy Track
The administrator of the machine should make the setting, either 100 Accounts or 1000 Accounts. *If the machine is equipped with a Hard Disk Drive Kit and 100 Accounts is selected, it is possible to make the Users Choice settings for each account.
To show [Copy Track] on the Touch Panel, follow the steps given in Selecting the Administrator Mode.p.5-18 Touch [Copy Track].
Initialize the Copy Track function data. For example, touch [Yes] and then touch [Enter].
Touch [ON] or [OFF] of the desired configuration (Copier or Printer), then select the appropriate Copy Track method. For example, to keep track of 100 accounts, touch[100 Accounts], and then [Enter].
NOTE If you change the Copy Track method, be sure to initialize the Copy Track data.
NOTE When 100 Accounts is set, program the access code for each account. Programming the Access Code p.5-22 Useful Tips You can have the copy track data printed on paper. Touch [Copy Track Data]. Chapter 5
Place Letter L paper on the Intelligent Multi Bypass Tray lengthwise and press the Start key.
Programming the Access Code
An access code can be programmed when 100 Accounts is selected.
To show [Copy Track] on the Touch Panel, follow the steps given in Selecting the Administrator Mode.p.5-18 Touch [Copy Track Data].
Select the page number on which the target account is shown.
NOTES The access code should be a 4-digit number. To correct a number entry, press the Clear key and then enter the new number. If you want to program an access code for another account, repeat steps 3 through 5. If a new access code is programmed, the old one is erased. If a new access code entered already exists for another account, the entry is rejected. Enter a different access code.
Touch the Access Code key of the target account.
Useful Tip The account number may be changed by touching the corresponding No. key and using the 10-Key Pad. If the account number newly entered already exists, that entry is canceled.
When adding paper to a partially loaded cassette, press the Paper Plate Descent key to lower the Paper Plate before opening the Cassette Door.
* This causes the Paper Plate to rise automatically.
If the Paper Plate Descent key is pressed while the Paper Plate is moving upward, the Paper Plate starts moving downward. When the key is pressed a second time thereafer, the Paper Plate stops moving down.
NOTES Make sure that the leading edge of the paper stack is pressed tightly up against the Guide Plate on the take-up side of the cassette. The paper should be loaded no higher than thew(Max. Level Indicator).
Place the paper stack onto the Paper Plate so that its front side faces up.
NOTE The Paper Plate may not ascend if the Cassette Door is not closed completely. Be sure to close the door completely.
2. When the Message Please add Toner. Appears
The message shown on the left appears when toner is soon running out. It is recommended therefore that you replace the Toner Bottle as soon as possible. You can still make prints, but the image density will become lighter and lighter.
When toner has run out, the message shown left appears and you can no longer start a new print cycle. Replace the Toner Bottle with a new one by following the procedure given below.
Replacing the Toner Bottle
Swing down the Front Door.
Tap a new Toner Bottle against a desk or other hard surface four to five times. Then, turn the Toner Bottle upside down and tap it in the same way again.
Swing open the Toner Bottle Holder and pull out the used Toner Bottle.
Shake the new Toner Bottle well and turn it over lengthwise five times.
With the UP marking on top, insert the bottle into position. Check that the marking on the bottle is aligned with the marking on the Toner bottle Holder.
NOTES Use ONLY the specified toner for this machine. Using any other toner could result in trouble. Do not throw away, but keep, the used Toner Bottle which will be collected by your Tech. Rep. Be careful not to drop the Toner Bottle from a 40 or more height. It may cause damage to the Toner Bottle. When the Front Door is closed, the machine automatically starts replenishing the supply of toner. During this period, do not attempt to turn OFF the Power Switch or open the Front Door. Toner Replenisher Use the Toner Replenisher function available from the Utility Mode if the image is light immediately after the Toner Bottle has been replaced with a new one. p. 5-11
Pull the seal off the Toner Bottle.
Swing the Toner Bottle Holder closed and close the Front Door. Chapter 6
3. When the Message Stapler is empty. Appears
Electronic Document Handler
Finisher/Mailbin Finisher Large Capacity Cassette
Machine p. 6-16
Paper Feed Cabinet p. 6-18
Duplex Unit p. 6-20
Intelligent Multi Bypass Tray p. 6-21
Electronic Document Handler p. 6-22
Finisher FN-5 p. 6-24
Finisher FN-105 p. 6-32
Finisher FN-106 p. 6-32
Mailbin Finisher p. 6-34
Large Capacity Cassette p. 6-36
Misfeed Clearing Procedures
Remove the papers from the Exit Tray and open the Front Door.
Opening Misfeed Clearing Guide [M2], remove the sheet of paper.
Open Upper Left Door [L1].
Close Upper Left Door [L1] and reinstall the Exit Tray. Open Middle Left Door [L2].
The area around the Fusing Unit is very hot. Do not touch anything but the paper to prevent you from getting burned.
Pull out the sheet of paper. Then, close Middle Left Door [L2].
Turning Misfeed Removal Knob [M1], pull out the sheet of paper.
Pull down Transport Section Release Lever [M3] to the front.
Pull out the sheet of paper from the Paper Take-up Section. Then, close the Upper Right Door [R1].
Remove the sheet of paper.
Slide out the drawer being used and take out the paper stack left in it.
Push Transport Section Release Lever [M3] back into the original position and close the Front Door.
Reload the paper stack in the drawer and slide the drawer back into the machine. Chapter 6
Open Upper Right Door [R1].
When a screen as shown on the left appears on the Touch Panel, it indicates that the machine has developed a malfunction. Call your Technical Representative. IMPORTANT When you call your Technical Representative, be sure to give him or her the malfunction code being shown on the Touch Panel.
7. What Does Each Message Mean?
What does each message mean?
Message Malfunction detected. Call your Technical Rep. and provide code: Please add toner. Follow the instructions on label inside of Front Door. Please add toner. Cause The machine malfunctioned and is unable to make copies. Action Call and inform your Technical Representative of the code being shown on the Touch Panel. Replace the Toner Bottle with a new one. (When the Message Please add Toner. Appears p. 6-6) Replace the Toner Bottle with a new one. (When the Message Please add Toner. Appears p. 6-6) Replace the Staple Cartridge with a new one. (When the Message Stapler is empty. Appears p. 6-8) Call your Technical Representative. Contact the administrator of your machine. (Administrator Mode of Utility Mode p. 5-19) Add the number of originals indicated to the bottom of the remaining stack and reload.
Toner has run out and the machine is unable to make copies. Toner is soon running out.
Stapler empty. Replace Staple Cartridge or cancel Staple mode. Preventative maintenance time. Your account has reached its maximum copy allowance. Please call your administrator. Return the following # of originals to Document Feeder: # Sheet(s)
The staples have run out.
The time has come when the machine needs service. The max. number of copies that can be made for your account is determined in the Administrator Mode. After a misfed sheet of paper has been cleared, you need to reload the originals fed out onto the Document Exit Tray onto the Document Handling Tray. The machine is unable to scan the data for lack of memory. You have left an original on the Original Glass. You have set two functions that conflict with each other.
Image data has caused memory overflow. Your copy job has been canceled. Original left on the Glass. This mode cannot be selected with the.
Wait until a print cycle is run or erase a reserved job to make room for new data. Remove the original from the glass. Cancel either one of the two functions.
8. When This Type of Copy is Produced
When this type of copy is produced
Symptom The image is too light. Possible Cause The exposure level for the Auto Exposure mode is set at Lighter. Action Change the setting of Auto Default Level of Users Choice. p. 5-14 Or, cancel the Auto Exposure mode and select Manual Exposure to adjust the exposure level to obtain a darker image. p. 3-44 Touch [Darker] as necessary to obtain a darker image. p. 3-44 The machine needs more toner. Replenish toner by using Toner Replenisher of Utility Mode. p. 5-11 The machine needs more toner. Replenish toner by using Toner Replenisher of Utility Mode. p. 5-11 Replace the Toner Bottle. p. 6-6 Change the paper. p. 6-2 Change the setting of Auto Default Level of Users Choice. p. 5-14 Or, cancel the Auto Exposure mode and select Manual Exposure to adjust the exposure level to obtain a lighter image. p. 3-44 Touch [Lighter] as necessary to obtain a lighter image. p. 3-44 Wipe the Original Glass clean with a soft dry cloth. p. 7-10 Place the original in position so that it is held tightly against the Original Glass. p. 3-6 Change the paper. p. 6-2
The exposure level for the Manual Exposure mode is set at Lighter. You have been making copies from a photo or an original with a large dark area. The Toner Bottle has just been replaced.
The image is too dark. Chapter 6
The message Replenish Toner. is shown on the Touch Panel. The paper is damp. The exposure level for the Auto Exposure mode is set at Darker.
The exposure level for the Manual Exposure mode is set at Darker. The Original Glass surface is dirty. The original is not held tightly against the Original Glass. The paper is damp.
The copy is blurry.
Symptom The copy has lines.
Possible Cause The Original Glass is dirty. The Original Pad is dirty.
The original is very thin or highly transparent. The original is 2-sided.
The copy has dark specks or spots.
Action Wipe the Original Glass clean with a soft dry cloth. p. 7-10 Wipe the Original Pad clean with a soft cloth dampened with alcohol. p. 7-10 Place a blank sheet of paper over the original. p. 3-6 The information on the back side of a 2-sided, thin original may be slightly reproduced on the copy. Set the machine into the Manual Exposure mode and, using [Lighter], make the exposure level lighter. p. 3-44
#Sheets/ Copy Set 2 to 50 sheets 2 to 50 sheets 2 to 50 sheets 2 to 50 sheets 2 to 15 sheets 2 to 10 sheets 2 to 10 sheets -
Staple Sort Group
Side Center Staple
Non-Sort, Sort, Group
Crease Folding HalfFold ZFold
2 to 30 sheets
Paper Size Non-Sort Sort Group Crisscross Sort LetterC LetterL 1117L, LegalL 5-1/28-1/2 Letter 1117L to Letter LetterC 1117L, LegalL, LetterL 1117L to LetterL 1117L to LetterL 1117L to LegalL 1117L to LegalL 1117L 1117L 1117L (Z-Folded) + LetterC *Z-Folded: 5 sheets/set Unfolded*: 25 sheets/set Top Offset Tray 100 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 100 sheets 10 sheets 10 sheets 30 sheets 100 sheets
Bottom Offset Tray Corner Staple 2-Point Staple 2500 sheets (no staple) 2000 sheets (no staple) 1500 sheets (no staple) 1000 sheets (no staple) 100 sets or 1000 sheets 200 sets or 2000 sheets 200 sets or 1000 sheets 100 sets or 1000 sheets 100 sets or 100 sheets 50 sheets (no staple) 100 sheets 50 sheets (no staple) 100 sheets Z-Folded: 100 sheets Z-Folded + Unfolded*: 1000 sheets (no staple) Z-Folded: 100 sheets Z-Folded: 100 sheets Z-Folded + Unfolded*: Z-Folded + Unfolded*: 2000 sheets 1000 sheets
* Only 1117L size paper can be Z-folded. Therefore, if a stack of mixed-size originals (1117L and other sizes) is copied in Mixed Original Detection mode, the copy set will contain a mix of Z-folded and unfolded copies.
Types of Trays Modes Kinds of Paper Top Offset Tray, Bottom Offset Tray, Mailbins (5 bins) Non-Sort Mode, Sort Mode, Group Mode, Staple Mode and Hole Punch Mode Top Offset Tray Non-Sort Mode Plain paper (16 lb to 24 lb), recycled paper Exclusive paper Thick paper (24-1/4 lb to 41-3/4 lb), translucent paper, OHP transparencies Hole Punch Mode Plain paper (16 lb to 24 lb), recycled paper Bottom Offset Tray Staple Mode Plain paper (16 lb to 21-1/4 lb), recycled paper Hole Punch Mode Plain paper (16 lb to 24 lb), recycled paper Mailbin Sort Mode, Group Mode and Hole Punch Mode Plain paper (16 lb to 24 lb), recycled paper Top Offset Tray : 1117L to 5-1/28-1/2 Bottom Offset Tray: 1117L to Letter Mailbin : 1117L to 5-1/28-1/2L Top Offset Tray Plain paper (20 lb), recycled paper : Max. paper size 5-1/28-1/2, 250 sheets Max. paper size 1117L to Letter, 500 sheets Exclusive paper : Thick papers = 20 sheets; translucent paper, OHP transparencies = 10 sheets each Bottom Offset Tray Plain paper (20 lb), recycled paper : LetterL or smaller, 1,000 sheets Larger than LegalL, 500 sheets Mailbin Plain paper (20 lb), recycled paper : 200 sheets/bin Acceptable paper size : 1117L to Letter Acceptable number of copies : 2 to 50 sheets Acceptable paper size : 1117L to Letter <For United States and Canada Users> Punch Hole : 3-Hole (2-Hole is an option) <Except United States and Canada Users> Punch Hole : 2-Hole Supplied from copier 63W or less Width : 26-3/4 Depth : 24-1/2 Height : 38-3/4 Mailbin Finisher : 107 lb Staple Cartridge, 5,000 staples/cartridge 1 piece
Copier system Laser electrostatic Type Desktop/stationary platen Resolution 600 x 600 dpi Halftones 256 gradations Type of originals Sheets, book, 3-D objects Original size Max. A3 Original feeding system 100 originals (option) Copy size A3 to A5 Exposure control Automatic, manual, text/photo Multiple copy 1 999, countdown, interruption capability Warm-up time Less than 4 min. Magnification X 0.2504.000 (preset or variable) 1st copy Less than 4 sec. (A4 crosswise) Copy speed Max. 45 copies/min. (Di450) Max. 55 copies/min. (Di550) Copy memory 32 MB standard (up to 100 pages) 64 MB max. (up tpages) 64 MB + 4 GB HDD (up to 2,000 pages) Input materials Plain paper (6090 g/m2) Thick paper (90160 g/m2) OHP sheets, labels, transparencies by multi-sheet bypass Paper feeding system (standard) 2 x 500-sheet front paper drawers + 1 x 50-sheet bypass to include one of the following: 2 x 500-sheet front paper drawers inc. duplex (PF-208) or 1 x 2,500-sheet front paper drawer inc. duplex (PF-115) or Duplex cabinet (PF-7D) Additional Paper feeding system (optional) 1 x 3,000-sheet Large Capacity Tray (A4) (C-306/L)
All specifications relating to paper capacity refer to A4-sized paper of 80 g/m2 quality. All specifications relating to scanning, copying or printing speeds refer to A4-sized paper that is scanned, copied or printed crosswise in multipage, simplex mode. The memory capacities listed refer to A4-sized paper with the toner coverage detailed in the respective foot note. Minolta does not warrant that any prices or specifications mentioned will be error-free. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All other brand and product names may be registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective holders and are hereby acknowledged. Printed in Germany on chlorine-free bleached paper. 51011045500/1201/Kuthal
2,500-sheet finisher with stapling (saddle stitch), punching (4 holes) and folding (Z-fold, inner fold, outer fold) 3,000-sheet finisher with stapling (6 positions) and punching (4 holes) Developing system Minolta Micro-Toning System Photo conductor OPC drum Power consumption Less than 1.5 kW Dimensions (W x D x H, mm) 664 x 740 x 1,030 Weight 113 kg Special features Image repeat Stamp function (e.g. date, page) Watermark Job recall Copy programs Image shift Edge/frame erase Page insertion Cover mode Booklet mode 2-in-1, 4-in-1 Book copy Accessories Original cover Electronic document handler (EDH 3) 2-cassette cabinet (PF-208) Large-capacity-cassette cabinet (PF-115) Duplex cabinet (PF-7D) Copy tray Finisher with folding, multistapling, punching (FN-5) Finisher with multi-stapling, punching (FN-105) Finisher with single stapling (FN-106) Mailbin finisher (FN-503) Large Capacity Tray (C-306/L) HDD for machine 32 MB memory Pi5500 controller/Interface kit Pi5501 controller
Print speed Max. 45 prints/min. (Di450) Max. 55 prints/min. (Di550) Print resolution Max. 600 x 600 dpi Paper size A3 to A5 RAM PiMB standard /96 MB maximum PiMB standard /160 MB maximum HDD 10 GB (Pi5500 standard, Pi5501 optional) Interfaces Pi5500 parallel/IEEE1284 standard 10/100BaseT standard TokenRing optional Pi5501 parallel/IEEE1284 standard 10/100BaseT optional Page description languages PCL 5e, PCL 6, PS3 Fonts Adobe Type 1 (136 fonts) PCL fonts (46 fonts) Features (Pi5500) Fiery Spooler Fiery Link Fiery DocBuilder Fiery DocBuilder Pro optional
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Duplex (standard) Paper size DIN A3 A5, paper weight g/m2 Output capabilities (options) 1,000-sheet finisher with stapling (1 position) 1,000-sheet finisher with stapling (1 position), punching (4 holes) and mailbin-sorting (5 bins with 200 sheets each)
Pi5500 Scan-to-eMail Scan-to-HDD TWAIN scan Pi5501 Scan-to-eMail Scan-to-FTP
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Modelled to perfection for document production
Designed to meet all your departmental needs
If you are not entirely happy with your current system of document production, read on. If you feel your present departmental copier or printer does not offer enough functions, this is the brochure for you. If your business is searching for the best possible digital solution for document production with everything from top quality productivity in copying and powerful network printing to a flexible range of functions and advanced finishing capabilities you need look no further. The DiALTA Di450 and Di550: black and white digital document production systems that can be precisely adapted to suit your specific requirements.
Up to 45 or 55 pages a minute and numerous creative editing functions
Up to 45 or 55 pages a minute from any workplace in your business
Professional document production with duplex printing, punching, stapling, folding, cover insertion and automatic booklet creation
with five big benefits 1
The benefits of multifunctionality Copying, Printing, Finishing and Scanning do not come at the expense of performance. As digital copiers or printers, the Di450 gives you 45 pages a minute, the Di550 gives you 55 pages a minute as well as a range of sophisticated finishing options such as folding, stapling or booklet creation.
Digital technology has opened the
Acquisition costs cut
Both the Di450 and Di550 do the job of a high-volume copier, high-volume printer, speedy scanner and professional finishing machine. So as a one-off acquisition, either of them gives you better value for money than four individual machines.
door to enhanced performance and
Running costs reduced
The hidden cost per page of printing via a stand-alone printer is remarkably high. Have you ever calculated the total cost per page of a stand-alone printers consumables? Both the Di450 and Di550 offer the added bonus of printing at the significantly lower price per page of copying.
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Single service partner
Different service partners and consumables for your copying and printing? A troublesome and rather expensive idea. The intelligent solution is a single service partner and uniform consumables for both functions.
the brand name for Minoltas broad
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As a multifunctional digital high-volume system, either of these machines naturally takes up less space than a stand-alone copier, stand-alone printer, stand-alone scanner and the machines required for professional finishing.
ensure maximum quality in reproduc-
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The future of departmental copying A model of efficiency
Departmental copying used to be a time-consuming, tedious process. Original documents had to be scanned as many times as copies were needed a process that was not only slow but also could even have a harmful effect on the originals. Double-sided copies often had to be produced manually. Copies were sorted in bins so in producing big sets of documents, you were always handicapped by the limited number of bins. But in the fast-moving world of business, time is a vital commodity. And any firm that fails to keep up with competitors can easily be forced out of business. Although departmental copy jobs have not changed much over the years, the copying solutions have become increasingly efficient. The latest generation of digital departmental copiers from Minolta, the DiALTA Di450 and Di550, is just such a state-of-the-art solution. These machines not only bring a significant boost to productivity through features like scan once/copy many, multi-job function or stackless duplex, they are also fit for the future as departmental copiers. High-end paper management capabilities and high-volume monthly outputs put the Di450 and Di550 in a class of their own top-of-the-range features from mid-range machines.
Large touch panel display designed for ease of use with fewer buttons or keys and helpful user support functions Useful memory recall function if more copies are required from a previously scanned original
Less hassle and time wasted thanks to high-end paper management with 6,550-sheet paper capacity, up to four standard trays, optional 3,000-sheet large capacity tray, a document feeder with space for 100 originals and A3 duplex copies from any number of originals Faster, quieter copying with highspeed output (45 or 55 cpm), first copy in under four seconds, multiple copies from a single scan and timesaving advance scanning of up to five jobs Genuine high-volume copying with a maximum monthly output of up to 85,000 (Di450) or 130,000 (Di550) copies Great input versatility thanks to maximum six-way loading and up to 160 g/m2 paper
Reduced paper and toner consumption through 2-in-1 or 4-in-1 copying and 90 image rotation for crosswise copying and no wasted copies More creative possibilities with 25400% magnification in 0.1% steps, seven preset zoom ratios and number or image stamping, e.g. date, distribution number or watermarks such as Confidential or Draft
High-quality scans at 600 x 600 dpi Up to 50 scans per minute Scan-to-eMail for electronic communication Scan-to-FTP or to PC for electronic archiving Scanning possible via platen glass or document feeder
How you benefit
Huge paper capacity High-speed copying Fast, high-resolution scanning
Cost benefits in network printing A model of intelligence
Desktop printing has its drawbacks in a departmental environment. The numerous stand-alone printers needed in a large department take up lots of space and consume a good deal of power. Another problem is the high cost per page of printing via a workplace printer have you ever calculated the total cost per page of a stand-alone printers consumables? Another significant cost factor is the time and effort required to administer the numerous workplace printers in a typical department in network terms an very inefficient solution, especially when you consider that low-end workplace printers rarely have much more to offer than standard functions. The future of departmental printing lies in intelligently designed and easily manageable network solutions. For example, where every workplace has access to a high-performance digital printer with a wide variety of sophisticated functions such as duplex printing, A3-format printing and professional stapling, punching or folding. Where intelligent network management software makes life easy for the network administrator. And where a firms printing bill is reduced through lower initial investment costs, power consumption and running costs per page. The DiALTA Di450 and Di550 provide an intelligent network solution to departmental printing from Minolta.
System monitoring, even on a re-mote basis, through Fiery WebStatus Fast and comprehensive help for users through Fiery WebLink Less network data transfer and faster printing thanks to numerous pre-installed Adobe and PCL fonts and Fiery Web DownLoader function to obtain additional fonts
Powerful processor for high processing speeds and 45- or 55-ppm output Significantly faster throughput thanks to RIP-while-print function which allows new documents to be processed during printing Speedier multiple-page printing because engine does not stop after each page is printed
Clear reproduction of images, graphics and text through standard PCL 5e, PCL 6 and Adobe PostScript 3 Lower costs than with stand-alone printers through printing at the cost per page of copying
Compatibility with Windows or Mac environments so users can print from almost any office workstation Simpler job management via Java-enabled browser through Fiery WebTools Output management straight from the desktop with monitoring of print queues, alteration of print settings or priorities or deletion of print jobs Job Preview and Document Merging and Editing with Fiery DocBuilder, the imposition tool that enables customised print-ready documents to be created from different sources
Quality printing at lower cost
Ultra-sharp type thanks to crisp 600 dpi resolution
Sophisticated document production
Variable Data Printing, e.g. for mailings, with Fiery FreeForm, the software that reduces network traffic in printing files with lots of graphics (e.g. PowerPoint presentations), since background graphics are RIPped and transmitted once, with only the low-volume text elements transmitted page for page
Printing at the cost of copying Desktop output management Variable data printing with Fiery FreeForm
High performance in finishing A model of sophistication
Expectations are rising in document production, not least with regard to finishing functions. But in numerous departmental environments finishing is still a time-consuming, manual business with, in many cases, less than professional results. The alternative, up to now, has always been to invest in expensive external finishing systems. The Di450 and Di550 from Minolta, in contrast, have a wide range of integrated finishing functions. Documents ranging from reports or presentations to mailings and booklets can be finished off with ease. Few departmental copier-printers, for example, can offer folding functions. These machines have three so online booklet creation is now possible from every single departmental workplace. A sophisticated solution that saves time, effort and, not least, money.
Synchronised finishing at full printing speed of 45 or 55 ppm so sophisticated finishing features do not affect the printing performance High productivity thanks to generous 3,250-sheet output capacity
Greater flexibility and versatility
Designed to give departmental users more choice in finishing with a unique flexibility and versatility in finishing Greater variety in folding with the high-end combination of Z-folds, inner folds and outer folds Time and effort-saving option of fully automatic online booklet creation featuring centre folding and twopoint stapling, a very unusual feature in a mid-range departmental copier-printer Possibility of permanently allocating mailbins to specific users with option of up to five output trays, another time-saving feature Huge choice of up to six different stapling positions (all four corners and twin stapling on the side and leading edges), saddle stitch and four-hole or side/leading-edge punching
Large finishing output capacity Varied folding and stapling functions Convenient mailbin finishers
Huge choice in configurations A model of diversity
The DiALTA Di450 and Di550 from Minolta are available in literally thousands of different configurations so you can choose precisely the right machine with all the fittings and features your department needs. This unmatched diversity of customised configurations highlights Minoltas principle of putting the customer first: what you want is what you get. The diagram illustrates the breadth of choice you enjoy with the Di450 and Di550.
Your nearest Minolta contact will be glad to advise you in finding precisely the right configuration to suit your needs.
32 MB memory
Controller (Pi5500) + Interface-Kit K
HDD Network interface card
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