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|primoz||4:50am on Tuesday, October 5th, 2010|
|The Oki is a good well built machine that can stand up to the daily grind of printing all day.|
|rjahn1||5:13pm on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|This printer is perfect if you want to print out super simple one to two page things but if you want to print our 100 copies onto cardstock GOOD LUCK!...|
|afender99||8:13pm on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|This printer is perfect if you want to print ... fast, ok quality ALWAYS GETS JAMMED!|
|Melissa Eaton||8:06pm on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|I use this printer in my office to print customer receipts, for which it does a good job. Occasionally I need to print full size color pictures.|
|nova||7:03pm on Monday, May 10th, 2010|
|excellent work performance under any environment always dependable. tough printer been using for years set up|
|Tribas4u||3:41pm on Monday, May 3rd, 2010|
|own tree best invoice type printer none excellent work performance under any environment always dependable. tough printer been using for years set up|
|mikethompson||8:13am on Saturday, April 24th, 2010|
|This Printer is a Great buy, I have used them for over 3 years, and they get the job done.|
|ebarron||3:57pm on Thursday, April 8th, 2010|
|I have used Okidata dot matrix products for over 15 years. The 320 is built to last. Some units lasted over 15 years.|
|online _ site 2006||3:18am on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
|satisfied okidata user WE RUN A LOCAL USED CAR LOT AND HAVE TO HAVE A PRINTER THAT WILL PRINT COPIES LIKE THE OKIDATA 320 TURBO. REPLACEMENT PRINTER I PURCHASED THIS PRINTER BECAUSE THE WORK HORSE I HAD (IDENTICAL PRINTER) DIED AFTER 15 YEARS OF HARD USE.|
|irene||11:09am on Thursday, March 11th, 2010|
|Obviously he/she bought the wrong printer for the job and now wants to blame the printer. Yeah, sure... Obviously he/she bought the wrong printer for the job and now wants to blame the printer. Yeah, sure...|
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Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this document is complete, accurate, and up-to-date. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for the results of errors beyond its control. The manufacturer also cannot guarantee that changes in software and equipment made by other manufacturers and referred to in this guide will not affect the applicability of the information in it. Mention of software products manufactured by other companies does not necessarily constitute endorsement by the manufacturer. While all reasonable efforts have been made to make this document as accurate and helpful as possible, we make no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein. The most up-to-date drivers and manuals are available from the Oki Europe website: http://www.okiprintingsolutions.com Copyright 2007. All rights reserved. Oki and Microline are registered trademarks of Oki Electric Industry Company, Ltd. Energy Star is a trademark of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Hewlett-Packard, HP, and LaserJet are registered trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Company. Microsoft, MS-DOS and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Apple, Macintosh, Mac and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Computer. Other product names and brand names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their proprietors. This product complies with the requirements of the Council Directives 89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC (LVD) and 1999/5/EC (R&TTE), as amended where applicable, on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility, Low Voltage and Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment. Please note that Microsoft Windows XP was used to produce all screenshots in this manual. These screenshots may vary if you are using any other operating system, but the principle is the same.
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EMERGENCY FIRST AID
Take care with toner powder: If swallowed, give small amounts of cold water and seek medical attention. DO NOT attempt to induce vomiting. If inhaled, move the person to an open area for fresh air. Seek medical attention. If it gets into the eyes, flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes keeping eyelids open. Seek medical attention. Spillages should be treated with cold water and soap to help reduce risk of staining skin or clothing.
Oki Data Corporation, 4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8551, Japan
IMPORTER TO THE EU/AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE
Oki Europe Limited (trading as OKI Printing Solutions) Central House Balfour Road Hounslow TW3 1HY United Kingdom For all sales, support and general enquiries contact your local distributor.
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Preface. Emergency First Aid. Manufacturer:. Importer to the EU/Authorised Representative. Environmental Information. 3
Notes, Cautions and Warnings. 7 Introduction. Printer overview. Front view. Rear view. Inside your printer. The Operation Panel. Switches. LED displays. Paper recommendations. Cassette Tray. Multi Purpose Tray. Face Down Stacker. Face Up Stacker. 8. 9. 18
Loading Paper. 19 Cassette Tray. 19 Multi Purpose Tray. 23 Printing from Windows. Printer driver settings. Printing preferences in Windows applications. Setup tab. Job Options tab. Color tab. Setting from Windows Control Panel. General tab. Advanced tab. 47
Printing From Mac. Mac OS X. Setting Printing Options. Saving Printing Options. Changing the default printer and paper size. Page setup options. Print options - Copies & pages. Printer setup options.
Printer options. 47 Printing. Test printing. Print a demo page. Print a status page. 2-sided printing (Windows only). Manual duplex printing using the cassette tray. Manual duplex printing using the Multi Purpose Tray. Printing on different media. Printing on legal paper. Printing on envelopes. Setting other printing options. Fit to page printing. Printing multiple pages to one sheet. Printing color documents in black and white. Cancelling a print job. Colour Printing. Factors that affect the appearance of prints. Tips for printing in colour. Printing photographic images. Printing from Microsoft Office applications. Printing specific colours (e.g. a company logo). Adjusting the brightness or intensity of a print. Accessing the colour matching options. Setting the colour matching options. Using the Colour Swatch feature. Using the Colour Correct Utility. Using the printer software. Status Monitor (Windows only). Using the Status Monitor. Printer State tab. Printer Setup tab. Preferences tab. Printer functions (User Settings). User Settings. Printer Menu utility (Mac only). Printer menus. Information menu. Shut down menu. Print menu. Media menu.
Colour menu. System configuration menu. USB menu. System adjustment menu. Maintenance menu. Usage menu. Printing settings. Changing the display language
Replacing consumable items. Consumable order details. Toner cartridge replacement. Image drum replacement. Replacing the belt unit. Fuser replacement. Cleaning the LED head.
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Installing additional memory. 102 Order codes.102 Memory upgrade.102 Troubleshooting. 107 Clearing paper jams.107 Specifications. 116 Index. 118 Oki contact details. 120
NOTES, CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS
NOTE A note provides additional information to supplement the main text which may help you to use and understand the product.
A caution provides additional information which, if ignored, may result in equipment malfunction or damage.
A warning provides additional information which, if ignored, may result in a risk of personal injury.
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Congratulations on buying this Oki colour printer. Your new printer is designed with advanced features to give you clear, vibrant colour prints and crisp black and white pages at high speed on a range of office print media. Your printer includes these features: > ProQ2400 Multi-level technology produces subtle tones and smooth gradations of colour to lend photographic quality to your documents. This model prints up to 16ppm (pages per minute) in full colour for fast printing of high impact colour presentations and other documents, and up to 20ppm (pages per minute) in black and white for fast and efficient printing of all general purpose documents not requiring colour. 600 x 600dpi (dots per inch), 1200 x 600dpi and 600 x 600dpi x 2bit print resolution for high quality image production showing the finest detail (ProQ2400). Single Pass Colour Digital LED technology for high speed processing of your printed pages. 10Base-T and 100Base-TX network connection lets you share this valuable resource among users on your office network. High speed USB 2.0 interface. Ask Oki (Windows only) a user-friendly function that gives a direct link from your printer driver screen (but not always illustrated in this guide) to a dedicated web site specific to the exact model you are using. This is where youll find all the advice, assistance and support you could need to help you get the best possible results from your Oki printer. Additional memory, to allow printing of more complex pages.
General Printer status (as indicated by the LEDs) can be broadly categorised as follows: 1. 2. 3. Normal status (Green): the printer is operating normally e.g. it is ON LINE or processing. Warning status (Amber): you can continue to use the printer without intervention but an error may result. Error status (Amber, blinking): you cannot continue to use the printer. Intervention is required to recover from the error. Fatal errors are irrecoverable and require a service call.
When several different status situations occur concurrently, only the status with the highest priority is displayed on the LEDs. Warning status combined with the highest-priority normal status is displayed on the LEDs. Function A summary of the functions of each LED is given below:
LED COLOUR FUNCTION
Indicates POWER ON, ON LINE, OFF LINE, power saving, data receiving, printing, job cancelling, warming up, density adjustment/temperature adjustment in progress Indicates paper out warning/alarm, manual feed request Indicates consumables life warning/alarm, consumables installation error Indicates paper jam, cover open error
Power (Ready) Green (static)
Green (static) and Amber (blinking) Green (static) and Amber (blinking) Green (static) and Amber (blinking)
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Illumination and meaning To be able to indicate a large number of status situations both individually and in combination, the LEDs are illuminated as follows:
ON Blinking 1 (2S cycle)
Power OFF ON LINE (idle) OFF LINE (this blinking pattern always takes place while an error is occurring) Data being received, printing, warming up, density adjustment/ temperature adjustment in progress Job cancelling in progress Power saving mode ON LINE A warning is indicated (printing possible) An error has occurred but printing can continue if you press the ON LINE or CANCEL switch. An error has occurred. You need to replace consumables or remove jammed paper, for example. The printer then recovers from the error and printing becomes possible again. A serious error has occurred. rebooting or a service call is required.
Power (Ready) OFF
Blinking 2 (500mS cycle)
Blinking 3 (120mS cycle) Blinking 4 (4.5S ON and 500mS OFF) Paper, Consumable, Alarm (Amber) OFF ON Blinking 1 (2S cycle)
Blinking 3 (120mS cycle)
The Status Monitor in Windows provides a readable description of the printer status corresponding to the indications of the LEDs. In Mac, the printer driver provides status information once you have sent a document to print. In Windows, if you have the Status Monitor Preferences set to Pop up on alerts, this readable message will be presented on screen whenever an abnormal condition occurs. See Using the printer software on page 66 for more information. Service call error When a service call error occurs, all LEDs blink rapidly and simultaneously at 120ms intervals.
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Always use the Face Up (rear) Stacker for heavy paper (card stock etc.).
Do not open or close the rear paper exit while printing as it may result in a paper jam.
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1. Open the Multi Purpose Tray and press gently down on the Paper Platform (2) to ensure it is latched down.
Adjust the Paper Guides (1) to the size of paper you are going to print on, using the markings on the Paper Platform. Position a sheet of paper on the Paper Platform so that it is gripped in place. > Load your chosen media one sheet at a time. > When printing on headed paper load the paper into the Multi Purpose Tray with pre-printed side up and top edge into the printer. > An envelope should be loaded face up with top edge to the left and short edge facing into the printer.
Set the correct paper size for the Multi Purpose Tray in the Media Menu. (See Printer functions (User Settings) on page 70.)
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PRINTING FROM WINDOWS
Your printers menus provide access to many options. See Using the printer software on page 66 for more information. The Windows printer driver also contains settings for many of these items. Where items in the printer driver are the same as those in the menus, and you print documents from Windows, the settings in the Windows printer driver will override those items in the menus.
PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS
A printer driver is a software program that controls a printer. The printer driver feeds data about printing requirements for a document to the printer. You can make printer driver settings either from Windows Printers window (called Printers and Faxes in Windows XP) or from within a Windows application. The driver settings you make from the Windows Printing Preferences dialog box are essentially default settings and will be remembered from one Windows session to the next. The driver settings you make from within a Windows application, e.g. in the File -> Print dialog box in Microsoft Word, are those required for a particular job and will not be remembered the next time you open this application. In both cases, you can save and name (on the Setup tab) specific sets of driver settings which can be recalled for future use.
JOB OPTIONS TAB
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The output resolution of the printed page can be set as follows. > The ProQ2400 setting prints at 600 x 600dpi multilevel. This setting requires the most printer memory and takes the longest to print. It is the best option for printing photographs and reproducing colour details. > The Fine/Detail setting prints at 1200 x 600dpi is the best option for printing vector objects such as graphics and text. > The Normal setting prints at 600 x 600dpi and is suitable for most printing jobs.
2. 3. 4. 5.
Select this option to improve the quality of photographic images. Select to help save your toner. Select this option to avoid printing out any blank pages that are in your document. You can select up to 999 copies to print consecutively, although you will need to top up the Cassette Tray during such a long print run. Page orientation can be set to either portrait (tall) or landscape (wide). Your printed pages can be scaled to fit larger or smaller stationery. You can print watermark text behind the main page image. This is useful for marking documents as draft, confidential, etc. Clicking the Advanced button gives you access to further settings. For example, you can elect to have black areas printed using 100%K toner (a more matte appearance). Click the Default button to restore the default printer settings.
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Control over the colour output of your printer may be performed automatically, or for advanced control, by manual adjustment. The automatic setting will be appropriate in most cases. The other options in this window only become visible when you select a choice other than Auto. For grayscale printing, the printer runs at the fastest print speed (approx. 20ppm) and all pages are printed in black and white. You can choose from a range of colour matching options, depending on the image source for your document. For example, a photograph taken on a digital camera might require different colour matching from a business graphic created in a spreadsheet application. Again, for most general purpose use, Auto is the best choice. Printed output may be made lighter or darker, or the colours made more saturated and vibrant as required.
Auto Color Advanced Color Grayscale
The driver selects the most appropriate color settings. Allows you to manually adjust color and black and white settings or select. Convert all colors to shades of grey.
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Monitor (6500K) Perceptual Monitor (6500K) Vivid Monitor (9300K)
Optimised for printing photos. Colors are printed with emphasis on saturation. Optimised for printing photos, but with even more saturated colors. Optimised for printing graphics from applications such as Microsoft Office. Colors are printed with emphasis on Lightness. Results will vary depending on the subject and conditions the image was taken. The printer reproduces the sRGB color space. This might be useful if color matching from an sRGB input device such as a scanner or digital camera.
Digital Camera sRGB
Black Finish Use this option to control the way black is printed in color documents. Select Composite Black (CMYK) to use all 4 toner colors to represent black. This option is recommended for color photos. Select True Black (K) to use 100% black toner to represent black. This option is recommended for text and business graphics. Brightness / Saturation This option allows you to increase brightness for a lighter print. Modify saturation to change the strength (or purity) of a color. If the printed colors are too strong, reduce saturation and increase brightness. As a general rule, reduce saturation by the same amount as you increase brightness. For example, if you reduce saturation by 10, increase brightness by 10 to compensate.
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PRINTER SETUP OPTIONS PRINTER OPTIONS
Media weight Select the thickness or type of paper in the printer. It is important to set this correctly as it affects the temperature at which the toner is fused to the paper. For example, if you are printing on normal A4 paper, do not select Labels as this may cause toner smearing and paper jams. Paper size check Select Paper Size check if you want the printer to warn you when the document paper size is different from the paper in the printer. A warning message is displayed and printing continues when you load the correct paper in the tray and press ON LINE. When this option is deselected, the printer uses the paper loaded in the selected tray regardless of the document size. Feed manually from Multi Purpose Tray Select this option if you want the printer to wait until you press the ON LINE button when feeding from the Multi Purpose Tray. This can be useful if printing on envelopes.
Every second page of your document is printed first. When this is complete, the following a message appears on screen prompting you to take the paper, flip it and replace it in the Cassette Tray. Open the Cassette Tray.
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Take the printed paper from the Output Stacker and place it in the Cassette Tray with the printed side facing up and the bottom of the page facing into the printer.
Close the Cassette Tray and press the ON LINE button as directed in the status message. The message window
should disappear from your screen and the document finishes printing the remaining pages of your document.
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MANUAL DUPLEX PRINTING USING THE MULTI PURPOSE TRAY
NOTE: When using the Multi Purpose Tray, feed pages one sheet at a time.
1. 2. 3. 4.
Position the paper guides on the Multi Purpose Tray according to the paper size. Place paper one sheet at a time in the Multi Purpose Tray. The paper is automatically gripped in position. Select File -> Print to display the Print dialog box. Click the Properties button. On the 2-sided printing drop down menu, select either Long Edge or Short Edge according to your printing preferences. If you require further information, click the Duplex Help button When every second page has printed, take the paper from the output stacker.
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Set the paper one page at a time in the Multi Purpose Tray with the printed side facing up and the bottom of the page facing into the printer. Ensure that the paper is gripped in place.
Press the ON LINE button. The remaining pages of your document print on the blank side of the paper.
PRINTING ON DIFFERENT MEDIA
This section describes how to print on material other than normal A4 paper.
PRINTING ON LEGAL PAPER
When printing on legal paper you need to change the media settings for the printer software to get the best results. You can either set a default driver for each type of media or you can change the print media settings through your Windows printer properties or Mac Print options any time you print on different media.
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PRINTING ON ENVELOPES
NOTE: Do not use envelopes with clear windows. Use paper envelopes only.
In either the cassette tray or the Multi Purpose Tray, adjust the paper guides using the indicators marked on the printer. Place your envelopes in the tray, face up with the short edge facing into the printer and the flap to the right. Do not add more than 10 envelopes at a time. From your operating system, access the print media menu and select your envelope size. Print in the usual manner for your operating system software.
ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS OR INTENSITY OF A PRINT
If the print is too light/dark, you can use the Brightness control to adjust it. If the colours are too intense/not intense enough, use the Saturation control.
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ACCESSING THE COLOUR MATCHING OPTIONS
The Colour Matching options in the printer driver can be used to help match your printed colours to the ones displayed on your monitor or from some other source, such as a digital camera.
To open colour matching options from the Windows Control Panel: 1. 2. 3. Open the Printers window (called Printers and Faxes in Windows XP). Right-click the printer name and choose Properties. Click the Printing Preferences button (1).
To open colour matching options from within a Windows application: 1. 2. Choose FilePrint from the applications menu bar. Click the Properties button next to the printer name.
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SETTING THE COLOUR MATCHING OPTIONS
1. On the Colour tab select Advanced Colour ((1) below) for Colour Matching.
Choose the Manual colour setting (2) and select from the following options:
Monitor (6500k) Perceptual Optimised for printing photographs. Colours are printed with emphasis on saturation.
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Monitor (6500k) Vivid Optimised for printing photographs, but with even more saturated colours than the Monitor (6500k) Perceptual setting.
Monitor (9300k) Optimised for printing graphics from applications such as Microsoft Office. Colours are printed with emphasis on Lightness.
Digital Camera Optimised for printing photographs taken with a digital camera. Your results will vary depending on the subject and the conditions under which the photograph was taken.
sRGB The printer will try to reproduce the sRGB colour space. This may be useful if colour matching from an sRGB input device such as a scanner or digital camera.
USING THE COLOUR SWATCH FEATURE
To use the Colour Swatch feature, you must install the Colour Swatch Utility. This is supplied on the CD-ROM that was supplied with your printer. The Colour Swatch function prints charts which contain a range of sample colours. Note that this is not the full range of colours that the printer can produce. Listed on each sample colour are the corresponding RGB (Red, Green, Blue) values. This can be used to pick specific colours in applications that allow you to choose your own RGB values. Simply click the Colour Swatch button (1) and choose from the options available.
NOTE You are advised to refer to the extensive on-line help as required when using the Status Monitor.
Viewing the status of the printer, and viewing or changing the printer menu settings are carried out though the Status Monitor. Click on Start, All Programs and select Okidata OKI 3450 Status Monitor. The current printer status is shown.
PRINTER STATE TAB
This tab is visible by default on opening the Status Monitor and displays detailed information about the status of the printer.
PRINTER SETUP TAB
Selecting this tab provides access to the Select Printer button, which, when selected, allows you to monitor the status any printer configured for use with your computer.
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The Printer Menu button enables you to access the printer menu settings.
From the printer menu, you can configure your printer settings.
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Selecting this tab provides the means to choose the information displayed by the Status Monitor and how/when the Status Monitor appears.
The default Alert view setting (Pop up on alerts) ensures that the Status Monitor pops up to inform you of a condition that requires your attention e.g. paper out in Cassette Tray.
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PRINTER FUNCTIONS (USER SETTINGS)
The printer settings made from the Status Monitor can be seen collectively on a printed Menu Map (or Status Page). To print a status page, press printer ON LINE button and hold for 2 seconds.
1. On the Status Monitor Setup tab, click Printer Menu. The User Settings Print Menu appears. You change user settings options from this menu. To save your changes, click the Apply the changed settings icon (1), in the top left hand corner.
To undo a change, click the Undo changed settings icon (2).
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Administrator Settings This menu is intended to be used only by designated staff. 1. On the User Settings window, select Display -> Administrator Menu. The User Settings menu is updated to include the Administrator menu options.
The Administrator Settings menu has the settable items, including access to the user menus. If you disable a menu from this tab, it does not appear on the User Settings tab.
ENABLE DISABLE AUTO COLOUR NORMAL
This menu provides adjustment to suit a wide range of print media.
MEDIA MENU ITEM
TRAY - MEDIA SIZE
A4 / A5 / A6 / B5 LETTER EXECUTIVE LEGAL14 LEGAL13 LEGAL13.5 CUSTOM
Selects the size of paper loaded in Tray 1. For CUSTOM setting see XDIMENSION and Y-DIMENSION later in this table.
TRAY - MEDIA TYPE
PLAIN LETTERHEAD BOND RECYCLED ROUGH USERTYPE1 5
Selects the type of media loaded in this tray. This will help the printer to adjust its internal operating parameters, such as engine speed and fusing temperature, to better accommodate the media to be fed. For example, letterhead may benefit from a slightly lower fusing temperature to ensure that its ink does not offset. Usertype will be displayed only when registered from the host PC. Adjusts the printer for the weight of paper stock loaded in this tray.
TRAY - MEDIA WEIGHT
LIGHT (64-74g/m) MEDIUM (7590g/m) HEAVY (91120g/m)
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MANUAL (Multi Purpose Tray) - PAPER SIZE
A4 / A5 / A6 / B5LETTER EXECUTIVE LEGAL14 LEGAL13 LEGAL13.5 CUSTOM COM-9 ENVELOPE COM-10 ENVELOPE MONARCH ENV DL ENVELOPE C5 ENVELOPE BANNER 210 x 900 BANNER 215 x 900 BANNER 215 x 1200 PLAIN LETTERHEAD LABELS BOND RECYCLED CARD STOCK ROUGH USERTYPE1 5
Selects the size of paper to be fed from the Multi Purpose Tray. For CUSTOM setting see X-DIMENSION and Y-DIMENSION later in this table.
MANUAL (Multi Purpose Tray) - MEDIA TYPE
Selects the type of media to be fed from the Multi Purpose Tray so that the printer can adjust its internal parameters to better accommodate the selected type of media. Usertype will be displayed only when registered from the host PC.
MANUAL (Multi Purpose Tray) - MEDIA WEIGHT
MEDIUM (75-90g/m) Selects the media weight to be fed from the Multi Purpose Tray. HEAVY (91120g/m) ULTRA HEAVY (121203g/m) MILLIMETRE INCH
CUSTOM PAPER SIZE - MEDIA SIZE UNIT CUSTOM PAPER SIZE - MEDIA WIDTH CUSTOM PAPER SIZE - MEDIA LENGTH
Selects the unit of measure for the next two items.
64-210-216 MILLIMETRE 148-297-1200 MILLIMETRE
Selects the width of paper defined by the CUSTOM settings referred to in the foregoing PAPER SIZE settings. Selects the length of paper defined by the Custom settings referred to in the foregoing PAPER SIZE settings. Note that media of up to 1200mm in length can be fed from the Multi Purpose Tray for banner printing.
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The printer automatically adjusts colour balance and density at appropriate intervals, optimising the printed output for bright white paper viewed in natural daylight conditions. The items on this menu provide a means of changing the default settings for special or particularly difficult print jobs. Settings revert to their default values when the next print job is complete.
COLOUR MENU ITEM
DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE
If set to AUTO, image density will be automatically adjusted at power on, when a new image drum or toner cartridge is installed, and at intervals of 100, 300 and 500 drum counts. If a 500 drum count interval occurs during a print job it will occur at the end of that job, and will take up to 55 seconds. If set to MANUAL, this adjustment will only be performed when initiated by the next menu item. Selecting this will perform the auto density set up immediately. Performs automatic colour registration adjustment. Normally this is done on power on and when the top cover is opened and then closed. This process accurately aligns the cyan, magenta and yellow images to the black image. Performs fine adjustment of image timing in relation to the black image component.
DENSITY ADJUSTMENT COLOR REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT
POSITION REG FINE ADJUSTMENT C REG FINE ADJUST M REG FINE ADJUST Y REG FINE ADJUST -3~0~+3 -3~0~+3 -3~0~+3
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MENU
This menu adjusts general printer settings to suit the way you prefer to work.
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MENU ITEMS
STATUS PAGE AUTO PRINT TIME TO POWER SAVE MODE
ENABLED DISABLED 5 MIN 15 MIN 30 MIN 60 MIN 240 MIN
Automatically prints status on power up. Adjusts the idling time before the printer automatically switches into power saving mode. In this mode power consumption is reduced to a low level required to just keep the printer operating and ready to receive data. When a job is sent the printer will require a warm-up time of up to 1 minute before printing can begin. When ON, non-critical warnings, such as requests for a different paper size, can be cleared by pressing the ON LINE button. When set to JOB, they are cleared when the print job resumes. Specifies how many seconds the printer will wait for paper to be fed in manual feed mode before cancelling the job. Specifies how many seconds the printer will wait when received data pauses before forcing a page eject. In PostScript Emulation mode the job will be cancelled if timeout occurs. Specifies whether the printer should continue printing even after a low toner condition is detected.
MANUAL FEED (Multi Purpose Tray) TIMEOUT PRINT TIMEOUT
OFF 30~90~300 SEC OFF 5~90~300
1. Cyan cartridge 3. Yellow cartridge
2. Magenta cartridge 4. Black cartridge
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Carry out one of the following: (a) If you are replacing a toner cartridge that has been supplied with your printer (release lever has 3 positions), pull the coloured toner release lever on the cartridge to be replaced towards the front of the printer, in the direction of the arrow, but stop at the central (upright) position (1).
If you are replacing any other toner cartridge (lever has 2 positions), pull the coloured toner release lever (1) on the cartridge to be replaced fully towards the front of the printer.
Lift the right-hand end of the cartridge and then draw the cartridge to the right to release the left-hand end as shown, and withdraw the toner cartridge from the printer.
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Put the cartridge down gently onto a piece of paper to prevent toner from marking your furniture.
The green image drum surface is very delicate and light sensitive. Do not touch it and do not expose it to normal room light for more than 5 minutes. If the drum unit needs to be out of the printer for longer than this, please wrap the cartridge inside a black plastic bag to keep it away from light. Never expose the drum to direct sunlight or very bright room lighting. 6. 7. Remove the new cartridge from its box but leave its wrapping material in place for the moment. Gently shake the new cartridge from end to end several times to loosen and distribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge.
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Remove the wrapping material and peel off the adhesive tape from the underside of the cartridge.
Holding the cartridge by its top centre with the coloured lever to the right, lower it into the printer over the image drum unit from which the old cartridge was removed. Insert the left end of the cartridge into the top of the image drum unit first, pushing it against the spring on the drum unit, then lower the right end of the cartridge onto the image drum unit.
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Pressing gently down on the cartridge to ensure that it is firmly seated, push the coloured lever (1) towards the rear of the printer. This will lock the cartridge into place and release toner into the image drum unit.
Finally, close the top cover and press down firmly so that the cover latches closed.
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IMAGE DRUM REPLACEMENT
If the printer has been powered on, the fuser will be hot. This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
Network Paper weight
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Image drum life 15,000 pages (typical office usage based on 3 A4 pages per job) Belt life Fuser life Power supply Power consumption 50,000 A4 pages at 3 pages per job 50,000 A4 pages 220 to 240VAC @ 50/60 Hz 1 Hz Operating: Stand-by: Power saving: Power saving: Operating: Off: Storage: Noise (Sound pressure Operating: level) Standby: Power saving: 980 max.; 400 W av. (25C) 100 max.; (25C) 45 W max. (20ppm colour) 70 W max. (26ppm colour) 10 to 32 C @ 20% to 80% RH 0 to 43 C/10 @ 90% RH -10 to +43C @ 10 to 90% RH Colour 50.0dB(A) 37.0dB(A) Mono 51.0dB(A) 37.0dB(A)
Specifications subject to change without notice. All trademarks acknowledged.
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2-sided printing.. 50
Mac OS X Changing the default printer and paper size..36 setting default printer.36 Setting Printing Options. 34, 36 setting printing options.34 Maintenance Cleaning LED head. 101 Manual Duplex Cassette Tray..50 Multi Purpose Tray..53 Manual Duplex printing.50 Memory installing upgrade. 102 menu functions..70 menu settings.80 Menus Colour menu..76 Information menu.73 Maintenance menu..79 Media menu..74 menu map printing..80 Print menu.74 Shutdown menu..73 System configuration menu.77 Usage menu..79 USB menu.78 Multi Purpose Tray how to use.23 paper metrics..17
Advanced features enabling or disabling.. 32
Belt how to replace.. 93 life expectancy.. 81 Black printing glossy or matte. 30
Cassette Tray paper metrics. Changing display language. Colour matching choosing image source. general advice.. general settings.. how to access. printing colour swatch.. 63
Display language. 80
Envelopes loading.. 23 recommended types.. 16
Page orientation setting in Windows..28 Paper jam clearing.. 107 loading Cassette Tray.19 loading letterhead.20 recommended types.16 size setting in Windows.26 supported sheet sizes.17 tray selection in Windows.26 Poster printing..27 Power saving delay time..77 Preferences Menu.69 Print order face down stacker.21 face up stacker..21 Print settings how to save..27 Printer default settings Windows defaults..30 Printing adjusting image position.78
C3450 Utility Suite
Unlock printing power and maintain business control
OKI Printing Solutions not only provides state of the art printers that are simple to operate, but also makes it easy for users to get the most out of them. The Utility Suite is a package of advanced software that comes with every printer and MFP, and is the key that can unlock extra printing power and business control. The C3450 Utility Suite is OKI Printing Solutions own unique set of software designed to help users get the most out of their C3450 Series colour and mono printers.
Productivity Utilities Get the most out of your printer
This powerful software program makes life easier in the office by providing ready-made templates for many kinds of stationery and promotional materials such as labels and 1200mm banners. The unique editing suite allows the freedom to create new templates for specific media or vertical industry specific documents and to make it even easier the software automatically matches the document with the correct media. These templates can also be shared across networks for design/brand consistency.
Ask OKI, help is close at hand delivering advice, hints and tips on how users can optimize the use of the C3450 colour and mono printer. The Ask OKI tab in the printer driver connects users to a web site specifically tailored to the C3450. This gives simple, step by step instructions for optimal printing.
High Definition Color Technology without equal. Printing without effort
Its easy to achieve outstanding results with High Definition Color a unique collection of market defining hardware and software technologies. Together, these components deliver unsurpassed colour printing. simply, intelligently, perfectly. As the specialists in business printing solutions and leaders in colour printing, we can be trusted to deliver. Great colour starts with OKI Printing Solutions.
Status Monitor is a utility program that monitors your printer and gives you information about its current status. For example if the toner is low or the paper tray is empty, a pop-up message will appear on your PC screen. Status Monitor can be accessed from the printer driver.
Photo Enhance adjusts the tonal quality of images, making them appear brighter and more vibrant. This allows users to achieve clear, sharp, photo-like quality pictures even on ordinary office paper. This unique OKI Printing Solutions feature is selectable within the printer driver and will enable any business to enjoy truly professional in-house printing.
Colour Management Utilities Finely control your colour output
With the Office Palette Tuning function for the C3450 you can adjust the standard palette colours in Microsoft Office programs. The Hue and Saturation Tuning function allows you to change the overall appearance of a print by adjusting gamma, hue and saturation.
OKI Printing Solutions Color Swatch is used to emulate a specific printed colour. When using the C3450, businesses will benefit from precision colour printing particularly when printing corporate colours, such as those used for company logos.
Cost Control Utilities Manage your costs
Print Control is a job accounting and reporting program which enables network administrators to track printer usage and control costs. This easy to use utility captures details such as number of printouts, whether colour or mono, the paper type and size and the consumables used. Printer access can be restricted to authorized individuals or groups, and pre-defined cost limits can be set, denying further access once these print limits have been reached.
Printer Management Utilities Manage your printer over the network
This system allows IT support staff to monitor all business printers within the firewall, regardless of printer make. Access is given to networked printer data for monitoring, reporting and managing networked printers. The user interface to this system is web browser based, making it simple to use.
AdminManager is used for configuring and managing printer network card settings. It can assign IP addresses and configure settings for TCP/IP, Netware, Ethertalk, NetBEUI, E-mail and more, making it easy to manage OKI Printing Solutions network printers, such as the C3450n, from one place.
OKI LPR is a utility used to connect computers to the C3450 over a TCP/IP network. It includes many useful features that enable users to: Monitor the status of print jobs Download PS and PRN files directly to a printer
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View the printer status Automatically redirect jobs to other printers on the network
* Utility available with Microsoft Windows only ** Not included in Windows/Mac PostScript drivers Information subject to change without notice. All trademarks acknowledged.
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