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The Panasonic Workio DP-190 MFP Copier / Printer / Scanner / Fax Machine will help you meet your document processing needs and manage your documents more effectively than ever. The DP190 DP 190 Panasonic Workio Copier / Printer / Scanner / Fax Machine is the ultimate all-round document management tool for small departments and workgroups

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Operating Instructions
(For Panasonic Printing System Ver. 6)

Model No.

DP-180/190/1520P/1820P/1820E

Printer Section

Before operating this software, please read these instructions completely and keep these operating instructions for future reference.

English

Appendix Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Before Starting
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Table of Contents

System Requirements.... 4
Installing the Printer Driver...
Installation Procedures... Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows 98).. Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows Me).. Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows 2000).. Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows XP/Windows Server 2003). Windows 98/Windows Me... Windows NT 4.0... Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003.. Windows 98/Windows Me... Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)... Windows NT 4.0 (User).... Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 (Administrator). Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 (User).. All Windows Common Settings... Printing from Windows Applications... Printing on Network... Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) Printing.. Setting the IPP Printing.... Available Paper Type and Paper Size.. Available Paper Weight and Capacity.. Transparencies and Labels... Envelopes... Loading the Envelopes... Printer Specifications...
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor.. 24
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings... 36

Print Operation.... 74

Specifications..... 81

Troubleshooting.... 90

Printing Operation Fails.... Document is Not Printed Correctly... 90 91

Appendix

Appendix.... 92
Printing Area.... Symbol Table.... 92 93

System Requirements

Personal Computer : IBM PC/AT and compatibles (CPU Pentium II or greater) Operating System : Windows 98*1 , Windows Me*2 , Windows NT 4.0*3 , Windows 2000*4 , Windows XP*5 , Windows Server 2003*6 System Memory : The minimum recommended Memory for each OS is as follows: : 64 MB or greater Windows 98, Windows Me : 128 MB or greater Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows NT 4.0, Windows Server 2003 Free Disk Space CD-ROM Drive Interface : 40MB or more (Not including storage space for images for Image Overlay function). : Used for installing the software and utilities from the CD-ROM. : 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet port, USB port
* 1 Microsoft Windows 98 operating system (hereafter Windows 98) * 2 Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition operating system (hereafter Windows Me) * 3 Microsoft Windows NT operating system Version 4.0 (hereafter Windows NT 4.0) * 4 Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system (hereafter Windows 2000) * 5 Microsoft Windows XP operating system (hereafter Windows XP) * 6 Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating system (hereafter Windows Server 2003)
Installing the Printer Driver

Installation Procedures

See the following pages to install the printer driver properly on your version of Windows OS and for printer usage. If you are using as a USB Printer: Windows 98 : Follow the procedures on pages 12 to 15. (Connecting with a USB Cable) Windows Me : Follow the procedures on pages 16 to 18. (Connecting with a USB Cable) Windows NT : This Windows OS does not support a USB Printer. Windows 2000 : Follow the procedures on pages 19 to 21. (Connecting with a USB Cable) Windows XP/ : Follow the procedures on pages 22 to 23. (Connecting with a USB Cable) Windows Server 2003 If your are using as a Network Printer: Windows 98 : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing then pages 24 to 27 (Installing the LPR Monitor). Windows Me : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing then pages 24 to 27 (Installing the LPR Monitor). Windows NT : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing then pages 28 to 31 (Installing the LPR Monitor). Windows 2000 : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing then pages 32 to 35 (Installing the LPR Monitor). Windows XP/ : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing Windows Server 2003 then pages 32 to 35 (Installing the LPR Monitor). the Printer Driver) and the Printer Driver) and the Printer Driver) and the Printer Driver) and the Printer Driver) and

Insert the Panasonic Printing System CD-ROM. Click on the desired language. Note: If the CD-ROM does not launch
automatically, double click the My Computer icon on the Desktop or on the Start menu, then double click the CD-ROM icon.

Click the

button.
Note for Windows 98/Windows Me users: If your computer does not have the LPR Port Monitor installed, please proceed to "Installing the LPR Monitor" on page 24 before continuing this installation.
Click Install Printer Driver.
Select Local Printer and click the button.
Note: If your machine has been installed on your
Search network, click the button to find it. Then, select the machine from the list of network connected units, and click the Next button.
Select your machine's model(s) check box and click the
Select how your machine will be used, either as a Network Printer or as a USB Printer. If USB Printer is selected, click the button and skip to Step 12. Note:
Make sure that the Power Switch of your machine is OFF and the USB cable is not connected to your computer.
Check LPT1: and click the (See Note 2 on page 11)
Continued on the next page.
button if you would like to
change your current default printer to the one that you are installing. Note: This dialog box only appears if another printer

is already installed.

Select your new default printer from the New Printer List and click the
The required files are copied.
<Windows 98, Windows Me> When this message appears, turn the Power Switch of your machine ON and connect your machine to an available USB Port on your computer. Note: (For Windows 98 users)
If your PC does not detect the device, and a dialog box does not appear confirming its detection after the USB cable is connected, proceed as follows: 1. Locate the DrvIns.exe file under the D:\Tools\DrvUnIns directory on the CDROM and execute the file to delete the Printer Driver (where "D:" is your CDROM drive). 2. Follow the procedures on pages 12 to 15 to reinstall the Printer Driver.
<Windows 2000> Click the
When this message appears, turn the Power Switch of your machine ON and connect your machine to an available USB Port on your computer.

Installing the Printer Driver Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows XP/Windows Server 2003)
The Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box appears. Select Install from a list or specific location (Advanced). Click the
Select Include this location in the search. Type D:\English\PCL\Driver\WinXP-2K (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive). Insert the CD-ROM included with the PCL Option. Click the
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 98/Windows Me

Insert the Panasonic Printing System CD-ROM. Click on the desired language. Note: If the CD-ROM does not launch automatically,
double click the My Computer icon on the Desktop or on the Start menu, then double click the CD-ROM icon.
Click Install LPR Monitor.
The M-LPR Port Monitor Setup dialog box appears. Click the
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor Windows 98/Windows Me
The setup program copies the necessary files onto your hard disk. When the setup process is completed, a message is displayed prompting you to restart your computer. It is recommended that you restart your computer now so that the LPR Monitor can be started. Click the
If you have not installed the printer driver yet, please proceed to "Installing the Printer Driver" on page 5.
After your computer has rebooted, click the Start button, select Settings, and then click Printers. The Printers folder appears. Right-click on the desired printer icon and select Properties from the pop-up menu.
The printer properties dialog box appears. The following step is to register the LPR Port for network printing. Before proceeding, ensure that the printer is installed, connected to the network, turned ON and is operating properly.
Select the Details tab and click the button.

Add Port.

The Add Port dialog box appears. Click the Other radio button, select M-LPR Port Monitor from the "Click the type of port you want to add:" list, and click the
The M-LPR Port Monitor dialog box appears. Type the IP Address of the machine in the Host name or IP address: text box and the queue name (e.g. New105) in the Queue name: text box. Click the button. If an error occurs
The screen reverts to Printer Properties. Check that "Print to the following port:" has been changed as entered in step 12, and click the

button, and then the

button. The printer properties dialog box closes and you have now configured the printer as a network printer.
1. To print data via LAN, the LPR Monitor must be installed on your PC.
because the queue name has already been used for the same IP Address, select a different unique name such as "New106".
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor Windows NT 4.0
Logon using an account with administrator rights.
Click the Start button, select Settings, and click Control Panel. The Control Panel window appears. Double-click the Network icon. The Network dialog box appears.

Click the Services tab. Verify whether the LPR Service is already installed. (Indicated by Microsoft TCP/IP Printing shown in the Network Services list.) If it is already installed, skip to Step 7. Otherwise continue installing the LPR Service.
button to display the Select
Network Service dialog box, and select Microsoft TCP/IP Printing. Click the button.
The Windows NT Setup dialog box appears. Insert the Windows NT 4.0 CD-ROM, and type D:\i386 (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive). Click the

Continue

After the files have been copied into the hard drive of your PC, the display returns to the Network dialog box. Confirm that the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing service has been added to the Network Services list. Click the Note: button.
If the OK button does not change into a Close button, remove and reinstall the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing service.
When the Network Settings Change dialog box is displayed, click the your computer now. You have now completed the LPR Service installation.

button to restart

The following step is to register the LPR Port for network printing. Before proceeding, ensure that the printer is installed, connected to the network, turned ON and is operating properly. Select the Ports Tab and click the button.
The Printer Ports dialog box appears. Select LPR Port and click the button.

New Port.

The Add LPR compatible printer dialog box appears. Enter the IP Address of the printer in the upper field, and "lp" for the print queue name in the lower field. Click the button.
(Please wait while the wizard verifies the IP Address and connectivity to the network).
The Printer Ports dialog box appears. Click the button.
Select the printer port and click the button.
The printer properties dialog box closes and you have now configured the printer as a network printer.
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003
Open the Printers folder. Right-click on the desired printer icon and select Properties from the pop-up menu. The printer properties dialog box appears.
Select the Ports Tab and click the
Select Standard TCP/IP Port and click the
Enter the IP Address and the Port Name and click the Note:
The Port Name is automatically entered by Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003. You may need to change it as required.
Select Custom and click the button.

Settings.

1. In the Protocol section, select LPR. 2. In the LPR Settings section, enter the Queue Name (e.g. LPR1) and select LPR Byte Counting Enabled. 3. Click the
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Logon to the computer/network using an account with administrator rights. (See Note 1) Click the Start button, select Settings, and then click the Printers icon. Right-click on the desired printer icon in the Printers folder, and select Properties in the pop-up menu. The printer properties dialog box appears.
1. In Windows NT 4.0, setting the properties depends on the logon account. This section describes properties to be specified by the administrator (system manager). See "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for details on user properties. (See page 52)
1. Comment Enter comments regarding the properties, if any. If another user sets up this printer on his or her computer when sharing the printer, the comment specified here will also appear on that computer. However, the comment displayed for an existing user will remain unchanged even if this comment is modified later. 2. Location Specifies the printer location. 3. Driver Displays the printer driver type. Specify the printer being used or a printer model that can be emulated with the printer being used. 4. button New Driver. Updates or modifies the printer driver. button Separator Page. This feature does not function properly on your machine. We recommend that you do not use this feature. button Print Processor. Specify the processor to be used for printing (Print Processor) and the data type (Default Data type). The processor and data type affect the manner in which the printer functions in Windows NT. Normally they do not need to be modified. However, modification might be necessary when the printer is used with a special application. 7. Print Test Page button Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.

Ports Tab

1. Print to the following port(s) Displays a list of available ports for printing (Port), their status (Description) and printers that are connected to these ports (Printer). 2. / button Delete Port Add Port. Adds/deletes a new port or a new network path.
Configure Port. button Configures the selected port. In case of a parallel port, Transmission Retry should be specified. (See Note 1 and 2)
4. Enable bidirectional support This setting enables reception of configuration data and status data from the printer. 5. Enable printer pooling Printer pooling allows data sent to one logical printer to be received and printed by two or more printers. With printer pooling enabled, a transmitted printing job is output to the first printer that is ready for printing.

1. Specify the waiting time (seconds) for the printer to be ready for printing. If a printer is not ready for printing after the specified time has elapsed, an error message is displayed. 2. If a timeout error occurs frequently upon printing a large size document, specify a larger value here.

Scheduling Tab

1. Available Schedules when the printer is available for operation. Specify operating hours when From-To is selected. 2. Priority Sets printing priority. The slider allows the priority to be adjusted from 1 through 99. 3. Spool print documents. / Print directly to the printer Specify how documents should be sent from an application to the printer. 4. Hold mismatched documents This feature does not function properly on your machine. We recommend that you do not use this feature. 5. Print spooled documents first Always prints spooled documents first regardless of printing priority. 6. Keep documents after they have printed Holds documents in the print queue even after they have been printed. These documents can be printed again directly from the queue regardless of the state the application is in.
1. Not Shared/Shared Select whether to display or share this printer with other computers. 2. Share Name Specify the name of the shared printer. The displayed name can be used as is or a new name may be entered. The name specified here will be displayed when other users view information about the printer on the network. 3. Alternate Drivers (See Note 1) Allows other operating systems' printer drivers to be loaded. When users of these operating systems connect to the printer, the printer driver is automatically loaded.
1. When sharing a printer on the network, the print driver needs to be installed on the print server only; other computers will automatically copy and use that driver. For this reason, the print server must be ready with printer drivers for all the operating systems of all the computers that will be sharing the printer.

Security Tab

Permissions button Set printer access privileges.
button Auditing Displays the users who have used this printer and how they used it. button Ownership Set the ownership of the printer.
1. In order to utilize these features, first you need to select Audit. from User Manager's Policies and enable File and Object Access in the Audit Policy dialog box.
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings Windows NT 4.0 (User)
Select Print in the File menu of the application.
Select the printer model in the name list box.

Properties.

button in the Print dialog box.
The printer properties dialog box appears. Click the desired tabs of the dialog box and specify the properties. (See Note 1) (See pages 63 - 73)
1. In Windows NT 4.0, setting properties depends on the logon account. This section describes properties to be specified by a user, upon executing a print operation in an application. See "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (Administrator)" for details on administrator properties. (See page 44)
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 (Administrator)
The following printer properties dialog box appears. (See Note 1)
1. In Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003, setting the properties depends on the logon account. This section describes properties to be specified by the administrator (system manager). See "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings" for details on user properties. (See page 62)
Logon to the computer/network using an account with administrator rights. Click the Start button, select Settings, and then click the Printers icon. Right-click on the desired printer icon in the Printers folder, and select Properties in the pop-up menu.
1. Printer Name Name of the printer specified upon installation is displayed. 2. Location and Comment Enter a comment about the location of the printer installation and information about the printer. If a printer is shared, the location and comments specified in this field appear when another user sets up this printer on his/her computer. After completion of setup, however, changing this comment does not update the location and comment appearing on users PCs. 3. Model Model name of the printer is displayed. 4. Features Functions and settings of the printer are displayed. 5.
Printing Preferences. button Changes properties (print settings) specifiable for each user. Refer to "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for details on settings (see page 62).
6. Print Test Page button Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.
<Windows 2000> <Windows XP/Windows Server 2003>
1. Not shared/Shared as (Do not share this printer/Share this printer) Specify if this printer is displayed or shared with other computers. For sharing a printer, specify the share name of a printer to be shared. A name specified here appears when other users view the printer information on a network. 2.

9. Enable advanced printing features Enables advanced printing features. Optional printer features (page ordering, booklet printing, numbering on sheets) are enabled. These features can be disabled if a problem occurs due to incompatibility. Disabling the features may also disable the printing options. 10. Printing Defaults. button Specifies standard (default) values for the properties (print settings) specifiable for each user. If a local printer is shared, the settings here are used as printing defaults for other users. Refer to "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for detailed settings. (See page 62) 11. button Print Processor. Specify a print processor and data type to be used for printing.
The processor and data type define operations of printers in Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003. Usually no change is required in the settings. Use of a printer from some applications, however, may require changes in the settings. 12. Separator Page. button This feature does not function properly on your machine. We recommend that you do not use this feature.
Displays a list of users and groups to whom printer access is assigned. A list of standard permissions for each group or user is displayed. Check or uncheck the checkboxes for permitting or prohibiting access. Gray checkbox indicates the permission inheritance. 1. / Remove button Add. Add or delete a user or group from the list. button Advanced. Specify access to a printer, audit, and owner. (See Notes 1 and 2)
1. Windows 2000 provides the capability of managing access to various objects (e.g. printers) by users. 2. Refer to Windows 2000 documentation for details on access permission, audit, and owner. 3. Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 users should refer to the documentation to enable the Security Tab if this tab is not shown on your PC.
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 (User)
To change the printer settings, open the printer settings dialog box by performing the steps below:
Right-click on the desired printer icon and select the the

Preferences

menu or click
1. In Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003, setting the properties depends on the logon accounts. This section describes properties to be specified by a user, upon executing a print operation in an application. See "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (Administrator)" for details on administrator (system manager) properties. (See page 53)
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings All Windows Common Settings

Paper Tab

1. Paper Size Select a document size. 2. Copies (1-999) Specify the number of copies to be printed. If the number of copies to be printed can be specified within the application, indicate one copy here and specify the number of copies in the Print dialog box of the application. 3. Orientation Specifies how the document is positioned on the page. Portrait orients the print vertically. Landscape orients the print horizontally. If available, Rotated Landscape rotates the paper 90 degrees counterclockwise. 4. Output Size Specifies the paper size to be used. The various paper sizes listed match those supported by your printer. 5. Zoom (25-400%) Specify an enlargement or reduction percentage when printing documents. If enlargement/reduction can be set within the application, indicate 100% here and specify the enlargement/reduction percentage in the Print dialog box of the application. Note: If the Resolution on the Quality Tab is set to 600 dpi or 1200 dpi, the zoom ratio is changed depending on the paper size. Legal : 25 - 390% Others : 25 - 400% 6. Image Position Specify the image position when setting the zoom ratio. 7. Paper Type Select the Paper Type you want to use.

8. Paper Source Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the device. If you choose Auto Tray Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size selected. Note: 1. If no paper size match is found, the printer driver will select Tray 1. (DP-180/190) 2. If no paper size match is found, the printer driver will select the Bypass Tray. (DP-1520P/ 1820P/1820E) 3. 8K and 16K size paper is available if the paper is loaded in the Tray 1. (DP-1520P/1820P/ 1820E Chinese models only) 4. Print Properties Status Icons Show the current selections for the following properties. Paper Style (Output Tab) N in 1 (Output Tab) Sort (Output Tab) Watermark Overlay 5. Status Monitor button Recalls the Network Status Monitor. 6. button Displays the copyright, the version of the printer driver files.

About.

7. Restore Defaults button Click to restore all items in this window to the default settings. 8. Support Contacts (W). button (For USA models only) Open the Support window. The URL address(es) will be displayed if they were entered in the Device Options Tab. Click the

-> Go

button to open the Web page.

Output Tab

1. Paper Style (For DP-180/190/1820E only) Select duplex printing for printing on both sides of the paper. You can select the printing style from among 1-Side/2-Sided (Long Edge) /2-Sided (Long Edge Margin) / 2-Sided (Short Edge) /2-Sided (Short Edge Margin). Binding Direction Select the binding side (Long Edge/Short Edge) for duplex printing. Binding Margin Select the binding margin upon duplex printing. The width of the binding margin is specified on the device. 2. Booklet (For DP-180/190/1820E only) Formats output in order so document can be folded and/or saddle stitched like a book. 3. N in 1 Specify the layout pattern for printing multiple documents on a single sheet of paper. If you select an item other than "None," N in 1 order is displayed, allowing you to select the following patterns.
2in1 4in1 6in1 8in1 9in1 16in1
4. Poster Specify the layout pattern for Poster mode printing on multiple sheets of paper.
5. Sort Select whether to Stack or Sort when printing multiple copies. Note: Paper must be loaded into the machine in both directions when using the Rotate Stack and Rotate Sort functions (i.e. Letter and Letter-R, A4 and A4-R).
(For DP-1520P/1820P/1820E only) (For DP-1520P/1820P/1820E only)

Advanced

Button
1) Print All Text as Black All colored text is printed as solid black
2) Print Blank Pages Select whether the blank pages are printed. 3) Check Printer Status Prior to Printing Check the status of the printer connected to your network before printing the data. 4) Copies (Printer controlled / Printer Driver controlled) When printing a large amount of data with sort mode, the machine might not be able to print due to lack of memory capacity. In this case, select Printer Driver controlled, and sorting will be processed by the printer driver. However, this mode may take more time to print. 5) Front Cover Set to insert a blank or printed page as the Front Cover. Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the device. If you choose Auto Tray Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size selected. 6) Back Cover Set to insert a blank or printed page as the Back Cover. Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the device. If you choose Auto Tray Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size selected. 7. Restore Defaults button Click to restore all items in this window to the default settings.

Quality Tab

1. Graphics Mode Vector Treat line information as graphic data. Raster Treat all information as Bitmap data. 2. Halftone Select Normal/Fine/Coarse. 3. Resolution Select the print resolution (300 dpi / 600 dpi / 1200dpi Enhanced). (See Note 1) 4. Density (For DP-180/190 only) Defines the darkness of the dots printed on the paper. 5. Toner Save (For DP-180/190 only) This function is only available if Graphics Mode is set to "Raster". It will print using less toner, thus, saving toner consumption when you are printing many drafts prior to printing the final document. 6.
About. button Displays the copyright, the version of the printer driver files.
7. Restore Defaults button Click to restore all items in this window to the default settings.
1. dpi (dots per inch) represents the number of dots contained in one inch. The larger the value, the higher the resolution.

Fonts Tab

1. TrueType Mode Download PC fonts (TrueType ) as bitmap Image or as TrueType font. 2. Use Printer TrueType fonts Select whether the printer TrueType fonts are used or not. 3.
4. Restore Defaults button Click to restore all items in this window to the default settings.

Watermark Tab

1. Watermark To enable the watermark feature, check Watermark. 2. Message Displays the selected text. (CONFIDENTIAL, COPY, etc.) 3. button Add Delete Add or delete watermark messages.
4. Text Input text that you want to add or update as the watermark. 5.
Update button Update the text of the existing watermark message.
6. Fonts Select the text font. 7. Style Select the font style. 8. Size 8 - 400 point. 9. Angle Select the text angle. 10. Density Varies from light to dark.
11. Transparent Text Use watermark print as transparent text. 12. As Outline Only Print the watermark character as an outlined image. 13. First Page Only Use watermark only for the first page. 14. Position Specify inch or metric units for adjustment.
About. 16. button Displays the copyright, the version of the printer driver files.

17. Restore Defaults button Click to restore all items in this window to the default settings.
button Center Position the watermark relative to center of the document.

Overlay Tab

1. Print Using Overlay File Set overlay function. 2. Make Overlay File When making an overlay file, check this box, then type a filename in the Overlay List box. 3. Overlay List Select the file to be used for the overlay. 4.

File Delete File Delete

button button to set the directory to save the overlay file. button to delete the overlay file.

Click the Click the 5.

button Displays the copyright, the version of the printer driver files.
6. Restore Defaults button Click to restore all items in this window to the default settings.

Secure Tab

1. Mailbox (Available if the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD18/HD19) is installed.) Check this box and enter the User ID (up to 8 digits) if storing the print data into the mailbox of the machine. Note: DA-HD18 is for DP-1520P/1820P/1820E, and DA-HD19 is for DP-180/190. 2. Secure Mailbox (Available if the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD18/HD19) is installed.) Check this box, enter the User ID (up to 8 digits) and the password (4 digits) if storing the print data into the secure mailbox of the machine. Note: DA-HD18 is for DP-1520P/1820P/1820E, and DA-HD19 is for DP-180/190. 3. Dept. counter mode On Check this box and enter the department code if your administrator requires departmental codes in order to print. 4.
5. Restore Defaults button Click to restore all items in this window to the default settings.

Print Operation

Printing from Windows Applications
If the printer driver is installed properly and a printer is selected as the default printer (see Note 1) in the printer setup, printing can be accomplished from any Windows application with simple operations. To print from most Windows applications, use the Print. command in the File menu. Selecting the Print. command typically displays the following Print dialog box:
After selecting the page range to be printed and the number of copies, click the printing.

button to start

While documents are being printed, a printer icon appears in the System Tray near the clock in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. The icon disappears when printing is completed. You may double-click the printer indicator in the system tray to open and verify the details of the print queue in the spooler.
1. Follow the steps below to set a default printer: a) Click the Start button and select Printers in the Settings menu. b) Select the printer icon in the window and select [Set As Default] in popup menu by rightclicking it. Then the check mark is displayed.
Print Operation Printing on Network

Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003

Setting the IPP Printing

Verify whether your PC is connected to the Internet or to the Intranet. Open the Add Printer Wizard. Select Network printer and click the button.
Print Operation Setting the IPP Printing
Select Connect to a printer on the Internet or on your Intranet and type the IP address of the remote machine and /printer in the URL window. (e.g. http://10.74.229.176/printer) Click the button.
<Windows 2000 only> Click the
button if this message is
shown. If not, skip to Step 11. 1. Insert the CD-ROM included with the Option. 2. Click the

Have Disk.

The Install From Disk dialogue box appears. Click the

Browse.

D:\English\PCL\Driver\WinXP-2K (where "D" is your CD-ROM drive).
Select the remote machine. Click the
Select the remote machine.
Select Yes if you would like to change your current default printer and click the
The IPP Printer Driver has been installed, and the Printer icon has been added to the Printer folder.

Specifications

Available Paper Type and Paper Size
DP-1520P/1820P/1820E Paper Type Paper Size Print from Paper Tray
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

Print from Sheet Bypass

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No
Print from Optional Paper Trays
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
Print by 2-Sided Print Mode

Plain Paper

Ledger Letter Legal Invoice FLS1 FLS2 A3 B4 A4 B5
8K 16K Thick Paper Ledger Letter Legal Invoice FLS1 FLS2 A3 B4 A4 B5 A5 8K 16K Transparency Letter A4 Label Letter A4 Envelope #9 #10 Monarch DL C5

Dog-ears

Bent-edge

Side seam construction

Peel-off strip

Multiple flaps

Self adhesive
Do not attempt to print on any of the following types of envelopes. These may cause damage to your printer. Envelopes with clasps, snaps or tie strings (see Figure 1) Envelopes with transparent windows (see Figure 2) Envelopes that will melt, discolor, scorch, offset or release hazardous emissions when exposed to 200 C (392 F) for 0.1 second Envelopes that use encapsulated types of adhesive that do not require moistening but rely on pressure to seal them

Figure 1

Figure 2
Always test a sample of the envelopes you are thinking of buying. Confirm that the envelope performs acceptably. For best printing results Avoid printing in high humidity. High humidity may cause the envelope to curl and pick up excess toner. High humidity may also cause the envelope to seal. Envelope storage is very important. Store them away from moisture and humid air, where they can lay flat and their edges will not be bent or damaged. The humidity should not exceed 70%RH.
Specifications Loading the Envelopes
DP-1520P/1820P/1820E Flap
Printing side down DP-180/190

Printing side up

Printing side up (International C5opening on the shorter edge)
Specifications Printer Specifications
Printing Speed DP-1520P: DP-180: DP-1820P/1820E: DP-190: Resolution (dots per inch) Interface Applicable OS Printer Working Memory 300 x 300, 600 x 600 USB 1.1 Ethernet (100Base-TX /10Base-T) Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 (With Service Pack 3 or later is required), Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server MB 15 sheets/minute (A4/Letter size plain paper, simplex printing) 18 sheets/minute (A4 size plain paper, simplex printing) 18 sheets/minute (A4/Letter size plain paper, simplex printing) 19 sheets/minute (Letter size plain paper, simplex printing)

Printing Operation Fails

If the printing operation fails, check the following items first: Whether the connecting cable (USB or Ethernet LAN cable) is properly connected. Power of the device is turned ON. Paper is loaded properly in the device. An error message is not displayed on the device. The above points can be verified by printing a test page. Refer to the following for procedures on test page printing:
Windows 98/Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 [General Tab] [General Tab] [General Tab] (See page 37) (See page 45) (See page 54)
Troubleshooting Document is Not Printed Correctly

Problem

Characters are not printed in the correct positions or the characters near the edges of the page are missing.
Possible Cause / Solution(s)
Check and specify the paper size and orientation settings in the printer driver to coincide with the application. The characters are outside the printing area of the machine. Check whether the selected font is installed on the PC. Select "Use Printer TrueType fonts" on the Font tab of the Printer Driver Properties dialog box. Check whether there is a Network problem. Make sure the printer is online. Make sure the machine is not in the Shutdown Mode. Press ENERGY SAVER key to return to standby mode. See the Operating Instructions for Copier & Network Scanner for details. Make sure the USB printer cable is connected properly. Restore the power if the ON LINE LED is Off even if the USB printer cable is connected.

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Operating Instructions

(For Copy & Network Scan Functions)

Model No.

DP-190

English

Appendix
Before operating this equipment, please read these instructions completely and keep these operating instructions for future reference.

Problem Solving

Network Scanner

Function

Making Copies

Before Starting

Digital Imaging System
Getting To Know Your Machine

Useful Office Functions

Copy up to Legal size originals. Capable of copying text/photos/ halftone originals.

Fax/Email

Plain Paper High-speed Super G3 compatible Fax with JBIG compression. Quick-Scan Quick Memory Transmission Email Function capability.

Scan/File

Monochrome/Color scanner capability. Scanning resolution up to: Monochrome : 600 dpi Color : 300 dpi A document can be scanned in Color.
Printer controller standard, printer resolution 300 or 600 dpi.

Application Software

Document Manager Document Viewer Network Scanner Utilities (Network Status Monitor, Address Book Editor, Network Configuration Editor) Panafax Desktop The following operating instruction manuals are provided for this machine, please use the correct manual when an operator intervention is necessary. <Copy & Network Scan> Use the information provided on the enclosed CD whenever a Copy & Network Scan function requires intervention. For example: How to make copies, add paper, replace the toner cartridge, etc. <Facsimile & Internet Fax/Email> Use the information provided in the DP-190 Facsimile & Internet Fax/Email Operating Instructions manual whenever a Fax/Internet Fax function requires intervention. For example: How to send/receive a Fax/Email, or when a trouble message appears, etc. Use the information provided on the enclosed CD for an explanation of how to use as a Network Printer, Network Scanner, Edit Directory Dialing Feature, Device Settings, Network Status Monitor, and/or Document Management System.
<Print & Other Advanced Functions>

Multi-Tasking Job Table

Current Job 2nd Job Copy Copy Network Scanning (Monochrome/Color), Internet Fax Storing Document GDI/PCL/PS Printing Receiving Data Printing Receive Document Facsimile (Sending) Storing Document Memory Transmission Facsimile (Receiving) Memory Receiving Printing Received Memory Data Copy Network Scanning (Monochrome/Color) Internet Fax GDI/PCL/PS Printing Facsimile (Sending) Storing Document Memory Transmission Facsimile (Receiving) Memory Receiving Printing Received Memory Data
Storing Receiving Printing Data Received Data Document Transmission
: Accepts and executes the 2nd Job. : Accepts and executes the 2nd Job (Copy) only if the Current Job is interrupted. : Accepts the 2nd Job and executes the 2nd Job after the Current Job is completed. : Not applicable.
*: HDD (DA-HD19) and additional 16MB (minimum) Image memory are required.
Operating Instructions Outline
Precautions (See pages 7-13) Quick Operation Chart, Adding Paper (See pages 14, 15) Problem Solving, Memory Full, Replacing Toner Cartridge, Removing a Misfed Paper, Error Codes (U Code/J Code) (See pages 15-21)
Control Panel Key/Indicator Names (See pages 22, 23)
Operating Instructions for making copies (See pages 24-33)
Changing the Initial Machine Modes General, Copier, Printer and Scanner Settings (See pages 34-45)
Document Scanning (See pages 46, 47) Address Book (See pages 48, 49) Function (See pages 50-51) Remote Copy (See pages 52-53) Direct Connection (with Crossover Cable) (See pages 54, 55)
Troubleshooting/Machine Care (See pages 56, 57) Replacing the Battery/Set the Date and Time (See pages 58, 59)
Specifications, Combined Function Table, Options and Supplies, etc. (See pages 60-64)

Symbols/Icons

The following Symbols/Icons are used throughout this operating instructions manual.
Place original(s) on the ADF
Getting to know your machine Before starting
Place original on the Platen (Book) When making copies Place original on the Platen (Sheet)
Press any Hard Key on the Control Panel

Press Hard Key

When setting the machine modes
When scanning document(s)
Input numbers Input text with a Keyboard Number of Copies, etc. Station Name, Directory Search, etc.

Problem solving

Go to next step Go to next step (below) 5 Appendix (Specifications, Index)
Table of Contents Getting to Know Your Machine

CAUTION:

USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

Caution Label

Manufacturers Name and Address Factory ID
Precautions For Your Safety
To prevent severe injury and loss of life, read this section carefully before using the Panasonic DP-190 to ensure proper and safe operation of your machine. This section explains the graphic symbols used in this Operating Instructions manual.

WARNING:

Denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.
Denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine. This section also explains the graphic symbols used in this Operating Instructions manual. These symbols are used to alert operators to a specific operating procedure that must not be performed. These symbols are used to alert operators to a specific operating procedure that must be emphasized in order to operate the machine safely.
Installation and Relocation Cautions CAUTION
Do not place the machine near heaters or volatile, flammable, or combustible materials such as curtains that may catch fire. Do not place the machine in a hot, humid, dusty or poorly ventilated environment. Prolonged exposure to these adverse conditions can cause fire or electric shocks. Place the machine on a level and sturdy surface that can withstand a weight of 48.5 lb (22kg). If tilted, the machine may tip-over and cause injuries. When relocating the machine, contact your Service Provider. When moving the machine, be sure to unplug the power cord from the outlet. If the machine is moved with the power cord attached, it can cause damage to the cord which could result in fire or electric shock.
Power and Ground Connection Cautions WARNING
Ensure that the plug connection is free of dust. In a damp environment, a contaminated connector can draw a significant amount of current that can generate heat and eventually cause fire over an extended period of time. Always use the power cord provided with your machine. When an extension power cord is required, always use a properly rated cord. 120 V/15 A If you use a cord with an unspecified current rating, the machine or plug may emit smoke or become hot to the touch externally. Do not attempt to rework, pull, bend, chafe or otherwise damage the power cord. Do not place a heavy object on the cord. A damaged cord can cause fire or electric shocks.

Never touch a power cord with wet hands. Danger of electric shock exists.
If the power cord is broken or insulated wires are exposed, contact your Service Provider for a replacement. Using a damaged cord can cause fire or electric shocks. Stop operation immediately if your machine produces smoke, excessive heat, unusual noise, or smell, or if water is spilt onto the machine. These conditions can cause fire. Immediately switch Off and unplug the machine, and contact your Service Provider. Do not disconnect or reconnect the machine while it is on. Disconnecting a live connector can deform the plug and cause fire. When disconnecting the machine, grasp the plug instead of the cord. Forcibly pulling on a cord can damage it and cause fire or electric shock. When the machine is not used over an extended period of time, switch it Off and unplug it. If an unused machine is left connected to a power source for a long period, degraded insulation can cause electric shocks, current leakage or fire. Be sure to switch Off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the machine for cleaning, maintenance or fault clearance. Access to a live machines interior can cause electric shock. Be sure to switch Off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the machine for accessing interface cables, maintenance or fault clearance. Access to a live machines interior can cause electric shock. Once a month, unplug the machine and check the power cord for the following. If you notice any unusual condition, contact your Service Provider. The power cord is plugged firmly into the receptacle. The plug is not excessively heated, rusted, or bent. The plug and receptacle are free of dust. The cord is not cracked or frayed.

Others

The machine has a built-in circuit for protection against lightning-induced surge current. If lightning strikes in your neighborhood, switch Off the machine. Disconnect the power cord from the machine and reconnect only when the lightning has stopped. If you notice flickering or distorted images or noises on your audio-visual units, your machine may be causing radio interference. Switch it Off and if the interference disappears, the machine is the cause of the radio interference. Perform the following procedure until the interference is corrected. Move the machine and the TV and/or radio away from each other. Reposition or reorient the machine and the TV and/or radio. Unplug the machine, TV and/or radio, and replug them into outlets that operate on different circuits. Reorient the TV and/or radio antennas and cables until the interference stops. For an outdoor antenna, ask your local electrician for support. Use a coaxial cable antenna.
Operating Safeguards WARNING
Do not touch areas where these caution labels are attached to, the surface may be very hot and may cause severe burns. Do not place any liquid container such as a vase or coffee cup on the machine. Spilt water can cause fire or shock hazard. Do not place any metal parts such as staples or clips on the machine. If metal and flammable parts get into the machine, they can short-circuit internal components, and cause fire or electric shocks. If debris (metal or liquid) gets into the machine, switch Off and unplug the machine. Contact your Service Provider. Operating a debris-contaminated machine can cause fire or electric shock. Never open or remove machine covers that are secured with screws unless specifically instructed in the Operating Instructions. A high-voltage component can cause electric shocks. Do not try to alter the machine configuration or modify any parts. An unauthorized modification can cause smoke or fire.

Illegal Copies

It is unlawful to make copies of certain documents. Copying certain documents may be illegal in your country. Penalties of fines and/or imprisonment may be imposed on those found guilty. The following are examples of items that may be illegal to copy in your country. Currency Bank notes and checks Bank and government bonds and securities Passports and identification cards Copyright material or trademarks without the consent of the owner Postage stamps and other negotiable instruments
This list is not inclusive and no liability is assumed for either its completeness or accuracy. In case of doubt, contact your legal counsel. Notice: Install your machine near a supervised area to prevent illegal copies from being made.

Precautions Ventilation

The machine should be installed in a well-ventilated area to minimize the ozone density in the air.
WARNING For USA FCC WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: 1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. 2. Relocate the fax machine with respect to receiver or other equipment. 3. Connect the fax machine into outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. 4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Warning: To assure continued compliance, use only USB shielded interface cable when connecting this product to host computer. Also any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Responsible Party: Matsushita Electric Corporation of America One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 FCC Inquiries Only: Panasonic Digital Document Company/Technical Support Department Two Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 1-800-225-5329 (see Note below) Email: consumerproducts@panasonic.com Note: For Technical Support, please contact your Authorized Panasonic selling dealer. This product has a fluorescent lamp that contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains lead in some components. Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance: <http://www.eiae.org >.

Auto Reset Time As the initial setting for Auto Reset Time is 1 minute, selected default operation mode backs to default operation mode after 1 minute. If you wish to change Auto Reset Time, consult your Key operator. (See page 36) DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) If your machine fails to log onto the DHCP Server, the message "DHCP NOT RESPONDING 1:RETRY 2:DISABLE" will be displayed on the LCD. User intervention is required to continue operation. Check your LAN connection and press 1 to Retry or 2 to Disable the DHCP Server validation. Hole Cover Do not turn the Hole Cover. Original Position When the Hole Cover is turned from original position to the locked position, documents cannot be Hole Cover copied from the Platen Glass.
Hole Cover Locked Position Do not turn the Hole Cover as illustrated.

<Front Side>

Operation Chart

Quick Operation Chart

From ADF

Face Up

Original Guides* Tray
Adjust to the (Max. 50 Letter original's width size originals) * Hold the guides by the center when adjusting the width.
If set in other function mode
Turn the Power Switch on the Left side of the machine to the Adding Paper ON position.

From Platen

Original Guides Face Down
If the original is not positioned properly, a portion of the original may not be copied. For originals smaller than Invoice size, position the original within the Invoice area and select Invoice. INV: Invoice, LTR: Letter
Pull the Exit Tray until it stops.

Exit Tray

Adding Paper (Paper Trays: Tray-1 and Tray-2)

1 For Tray-1

Paper Tray
The Paper Level Indicator moves down as paper level declines, warning you that the paper is running out. Paper Level Indicator (Orange)
Tray-1 Max. Level Indicator

1 For Tray-2 (Option)

Full Empty NOTE: When ADD PAPER message appears on the display, Tray-1 or Tray-2 have either ran out of paper or are not closed firmly (see page 21). Replenish the paper in the tray(s) or ensure that the tray(s) are closed.

Tray-2 Max. Level Indicator
Adding Paper (Sheet Bypass)
Copying on Special Paper, etc.
1 Feed 1 sheet of paper at a time.
Paper Weight: 16 - 44 lb 2 Adjust the width guides. Incorrect adjustment may cause the paper to wrinkle, misfeed or skew. NOTE: For envelope printing refer to the Panasonic-DMS Operating Instructions manual included on the CD.

Until it stops Push

Do not press Start until the LCD displays the paper size with an . Press the " " key to select another size.
Reduction/ Enlargement only
LTR ->LTR [LTR 1] ZOOM:100% COPIES:001
LTR ->INV [LTR 1] ZOOM: 65% COPIES:001
Select desired settings (See pages 24-33)
Number of Copies (Max. 999)
Copying onto Transparency Film (OHP), Thick Paper Stock, etc. (except thin paper)
Before Pressing Start Key Making Copies
1 Open Rear Cover. 2 Catch the ejected copy (do not pull). 3 When finished, close the Rear Cover.
NOTE: Do not open the Rear Cover when copying thin paper as it may cause a paper jam.

Rear Cover

For Tray-1 Load Paper: Face Down Paper Weight: 16 - 28 lb (2-Sided Copy: 20 - 24 lb) Paper Capacity: 250 Sheets (20 lb)
Firmly close the Paper Tray.

Paper Tray-1

For Tray-2 Load Paper: Face Down Paper Weight: 16 - 28 lb (2-Sided Copy: 20 - 24 lb) Paper Capacity: 550 Sheets (20 lb)

Paper Tray-2

NOTE: 1) To prevent paper jams or other problems, adjust the paper guides (Length & Width) when loading paper into the tray. 2) When changing the paper size, refer to page 42. 3) Make sure that the paper is set properly and that it does not exceed the Tray-1/ Tray-2 Max. Level indicator. 4) When replenishing paper into Tray-2, please see page 21.

Problem Solving

NOTE: 1) When changing the paper size, refer to page 42. 2) Feeding paper into the Sheet Bypass at the same time when the copying/printing has started and paper is feeding from either Tray 1 or Tray 2, will show "REMOVE MISFED PAPER J00 message on the LCD display. When this occurs, remove the paper from the Sheet Bypass to reset the jam indication then resume copying/printing. 3) Do not leave a paper in the Sheet Bypass as paper jam indication may display.
Adding Paper (See pages 14 and 21) Replacing Toner Cartridge (See page 16) Removing a Misfed Paper (See page 18) U## (User Error Code) (See page 20) J## (Jam Error Code) (See page 20) E## (Machine Error Code) (Call your Service Provider) Maximum Copies Limitation (See page 13)
Replacing Toner Cartridge and/or Drum Unit
Low Toner Warning Low Toner message will follow this progression: (Replace the Toner Cartridge before toner runs out) TONER IS RUNNING LOW Toner is Low. 1 U13 Machine can make less than 500 copies*. * Based on 5% coverage (see page 11)

When Drum Unit is replaced.
DRUM REPLACEMENT? 1:YES 2:NO
Press "5" and SET Keys. 5: Drum Replacement
1 Press "1" Key. 2 Press RESET Key on the Control Panel.
Removing a Misfed Paper (Paper Feed/Paper Transport/Automatic Duplex Unit Area) J44, J82, J83:
(Ex.) REMOVE MISFED PAPER J44 NOTE: The J## Code indicates the most probable Jam location. If the jam message reappears after the jam is cleared, paper is most likely jammed at other location(s). Check the Jam Error Codes Table on page 20 for other check points and remove all misfed paper. Rear Cover

Misfed Paper

Paper Release Knob (Rear Side)

Rear Paper Tray Cover

J43, J44, J80:
Removing a Misfed Paper (ADF) : J70, J71, J79, J90, J92, J93
(Ex.) REMOVE MISFED PAPER J92

ADF Cover

Remove Misfed Paper
ATTENTION Do not scratch or touch the surface of the OPC Drum (Green) with bare hands. The OPC Drum is sensitive to light. To prevent optical exposure problems, do not expose the OPC Drum to direct sunlight or bright light.

Paper Transport Knob

Misfed Paper Remove Misfed Paper
User Error Codes (U Code)

U20/U21 U90

U13 U16
Code U01 U13 U16 Check Points Front Cover is open. Low Toner. (See page 16) Drum Unit/Toner Cartridge is not installed correctly. Code U20 U21 U90 Check Points ADF Cover is open. ADF was opened while feeding a document. Battery requires replacement. (See page 58)

Jam Error Codes (J Code)

Code J00 J01, J02 Check Points Code J70, J71, J79, J90, J92, J93 (See page 18) Check Points Remove misfed paper(s) in the ADF.
1 Remove paper from the Sheet Bypass. 2 Open and close the Front Cover.
Pull out the paper tray(s) and remove the jammed paper from the tray(s). Check to make sure the Paper Guides are properly adjusted in the tray(s).

J43, J44, J80, J82, J83

Remove misfed paper(s) inside the unit. (See page 18)
NOTE: The J## Code indicates the most probable Jam location. If the jam message reappears after the jam is cleared, paper is most likely jammed at other location(s). Check the Jam Error Codes Table above for other check points and remove all misfed paper. Make sure that the Jam Error Code disappears after removing the misfed paper. The Jam Error Code will not disappear if the paper is still jammed in the machine. Check again and remove all misfed paper.

ATTENTION

Correct Incorrect

(Side View)

When the optional Paper Tray-2 is installed, and either Paper Tray (Tray-1 or Tray-2) is not closed firmly, paper jam may occur.
NOTE: When the optional Tray-2 is installed and the same size of paper is loaded in both trays, the paper will feed from Paper Tray-2 first. This is the default setting, if you wish to change the setting, please consult with your service provider. (Adding Paper / Sheet Bypass) If you wish to make multiple copies from the Sheet Bypass (Thick media), input the desired number of copies first, then insert the first sheet of media into the Sheet Bypass and press the Start key. After each media sheet is processed, a BYPASS ADD PAPER prompt message will appear on LCD display, feed an additional media into the Sheet Bypass (one-at-the-time) until your copy job is completed. (Adding Paper / Tray-2) Always remove all paper from Tray-2, fan the paper and straighten the stack when replenishing paper. This helps prevent multiple sheets of paper from feeding through the Tray-2 at one time, thus reducing paper jams.

Number of Copies (Max. 999) Select Invoice or Invoice-R as original direction.
1: YES Go to next step. NOTE: If 2: NO is selected, the machine will start copying only 1-Sided original.
NOTE An incorrect exposure may occur when there is a black line at the edge of the original or an image which the machine interprets as a black pattern in this mode.
Continues to copy another original, repeat steps 1 and 4- 2 to step 7. Starts making copies.
: Letter-R : Invoice : Invoice-R Number of Copies (Max. 999)

Multi-Size Feeding

Use this function when copying mixed (Legal & Letter) size originals through the ADF. The original's size is automatically detected and copied full size. This function is available only when the optional Tray-2 is installed and both Legal and Letter-R size papers are loaded in Tray-1 and Tray-2 respectively. NOTE: 1. The default original size is "LETTER". If you use the Multi-Size Feeding function, change the default original size to "MIX" in the Copier Settings, Parameter No. 13 (ORIGINAL SIZE). (See page 39) 2. Multi-Size Feeding cannot be combined with other copy functions (except Zoom and Sort mode).

LETTER-R

Multi-Size Feeding Combination Original Legal Letter-R Copy Legal Letter-R
Energy Saver (Power Saver Mode, Sleep/Shutdown Mode)
These modes save power while the machine is not in use.

Power Saver Mode

To enter or Automatically enters the Power Saver Mode after 10 minutes from the last copy job. NOTE: To adjust the default Power Saver Mode timer, see page 36.

To exit

Flashes : Power Saver Mode

or any keys

Sleep/Shutdown Mode
Automatically enters the Sleep/ Shutdown Mode after 10 minutes from the last copy job. NOTE: To adjust the default Sleep/Shutdown Mode timer, see page 36.
Lights : Sleep/Shutdown Mode
Warm Up Time Approx. 10 sec. Approx. 15 sec. Approx. 18 sec. Limited Functions
Modes Normal Operation Power Saver Sleep Shutdown
Power Consumption Approx. 80 W Approx. 20 W Approx. 12 W Approx. 1.5 W
Printer Function (USB Local and Network Connection) Internet Fax/Email Function Facsimile Function (If the LAN Cable is not connected, and the "DHCP DEFAULT" is set to "VALID" while in this mode (Shutdown), the machine will not answer an incoming Fax call) (See page 37)

NOTE: When making copies (especially colored originals), the image may vary depending on the background color of the original(s).
For Variable Zoom Ratios only
LTR Select MIX INV INV LGL MIX

Job Memory

Copy Job can be stored in Memory (M1) for recall at a later time. Job Memory mode will not be deleted even if the power switch is turned Off. To store a job in memory
Set up the copy job to be stored.
To recall a job stored in memory

Select the original size

with the Original Size Key.
Using Function Modes to Change the Initial Machine Modes

General Settings

Copier Settings

Printer Settings

Fax/Email Settings

Scanner Settings

Input Key Operator Password (See page 13)
General Settings for Key Operator
Copier Settings for Key Operator
Printer Settings for Key Operator

General Settings:

Changing the Initial Machine Modes Power On Default Mode, Key Operator Mode, etc. (See page 36) For Key Operator: Paper Size, Department Counter, Network TCP/IP settings, etc. (See pages 36 to 38)

Procedure 1 2

Select a desired setting by pressing keys.
Select a Function Mode COPY : General/Copier Settings FAX/EMAIL : Fax/Email Settings SCAN/FILE : Scanner Settings PRINT : Printer Settings
: General Settings or : Copier Settings
: Printer Settings Scanner Settings (Scan Parameters) (See page 50) Fax/Email Settings Refer to Operating Instructions (For Fax and Internet Fax/Email)
Please refer to the appropriate operating instructions manual for function settings on options. Function setting is accessible only when the machine is in Ready Mode.

Copier Settings:

Changing the Initial Copy Modes Default function of each copy mode (See page 38) For Key Operator: Original setting, Contrast, etc. (See page 39)

Printer Settings:

Changing the Initial Printer Modes Default function of each print mode (See pages 39 and 40) For Key Operator: Job completion time, Page protection, Error page print, Spool function, PS configuration, Font list print, Mailbox data handling, etc. (See pages 40 and 41) NOTE: Normally, you have no need to set the Printer Settings. When sending the text data from MS-DOS status to the printer directly, such special printing may require Printer Settings.

AUTO RESET TIME

ENERGY SAVER MODE

ENERGY SAVER TIME

Sets the energy saver timer (power saver mode) Start00:00 Start (ON): 00:00 End (OFF): 00:00 End00:00 Inputs Start and End time with Cursor Keys and Keypad. Once you set power saver ON/OFF timer, set timer repeats everyday. Selects the default message language for the display. 1:A-ENGLISH / 2:C-FRENCH / 3:SPANISH Selects the paper tray to use for special paper. 1:NONE / 2:TRAY-1 / 3:TRAY-2 (Option) / 4:BYPASS Selects the default touch panel sound level. 1:OFF / 2:SOFT / 3:LOUD 1:A-ENGLISH

LANGUAGE DEFAULT

SPECIAL TRAY 1*

1:NONE

KEY/TOUCH BEEP

2:SOFT

*Available only when the optional Tray-2 is installed.

<to be continued>

General Settings (For Key Operator) (Continued)
No. 11 Modes ORIG. SET BEEP ADF Function Selects whether to enable the sound when paper is placed on the ADF. 1:INVALID / 2:VALID Monitors the copy usage of each department. 1: TOTAL COUNTER 2: DEPT. COUNTER 3: DEPARTMENT LIST Initial Setting 2:VALID

DEPT. COUNTER MODE

Consult your authorized service provider

LANGUAGE PRIORITY

Selects whether to enable the language selection 1:OFF menu to display when the machine comes out of the Energy Saver Mode, or when the RESET button is pressed once. 1:OFF / 2:ON Sets the date and time. Month, Day, Year, Time Input the date and time using the Cursor Keys and the Keypad. Selects whether to enable the daylight time feature. 2:VALID 1:INVALID / 2:VALID Displays the address which was reserved by DHCP server. Displays the address which was reserved by DHCP server. Displays the address which was reserved by DHCP server. Selects whether to enable the DHCP. 1:INVALID / 2:VALID 2:VALID

DATE & TIME

DAYLIGHT TIME IP ADDRESS (DHCP)*1,*2 SUBNET MASK (DHCP)*1,*2 DEF. G/W IP (DHCP)*1,*2 DHCP DEFAULT*4 DNS SERVER ADDR*2
Selects whether to enable the DNS Server, and 2:VALID sets its settings for Internet Fax/Email Function. 1:INVALID 2:VALID <Sub Function> 1:HOST NAME / 2:DOMAIN NAME / 3:PRI. DNS SERVER (IP ADDRESS1) / 4:SEC. DNS SERVER (IP ADDRESS2) Indicates the MAC address. Formats the hard disk. Selects the provision for the hard disk error check. Inputs the group ID for the address book. 0-99 Selects whether to change the Community Name(1) SNMP. Enables read only. Selects whether to change the Community Name(2) SNMP. Enables read/write. 0 public

For Example

Changing the Paper Size (Paper Tray)
The Paper Trays are designed to accommodate A4, Letter, Legal Size paper.

1: General Settings

KEY OPR. MODE ( 00-31) ENTER NO. OR ^
01 PAPER SIZE 1:TRAY-1[LETTER

01 (PAPER SIZE)

15 For Legal size

For other size

Guide B Guide A

Push Release Button

Paper Guide A/B Adjustment
Paper Guide A Length Adjustment
Changing the Paper Size (Sheet Bypass)
The Sheet Bypass is designed to accommodate B5, A5, A4, FLS1, FLS2, Invoice, Letter, Legal Size paper and Transparency Film.
If set to other function mode

Paper Weight: 16 - 44 lb

2 Adjust the width guides.
Incorrect adjustment may cause the paper to wrinkle, misfeed or skew. NOTE: For envelope printing details, refer to the Panasonic-DMS Operating Instructions manual included on the CD.
1:GENERAL SETTINGS PRESS SET TO SELECT
GENERAL PARAM. ( 0-9) ENTER NO. OR ^

or 3-digit (See page 13)

9 (09 "KEY OPERATOR MODE")

TRAY-1 LETTER ^

When selecting Tray-1 with LETTER/A4 size media.

LETTER A4 LEGAL

PAPER TYPE=PLAIN 1:PLAIN 2:OHP
When the optional 2nd Paper Feed Module (TRAY-2) is installed, press the SET Key once and repeat steps 9 to 10.
LTR ->LTR [LTR *] ZOOM:100% COPIES:001

Select Paper Size

Select the Paper Type For LETTER/A4
PAPER TYPE=PLAIN 1:PLAIN 2:HVY 3:OHP
Others LETTER INVOICE FLS1 FLS2 A4 B5 A5 (A5-R) or NOTE: 3:OHP will be displayed only when paper size for Letter or A4 is selected. (Letter-R) (Invoice-R)
PAPER TYPE=PLAIN 1:PLAIN 2:HEAVY

1:PLAIN 2:OHP

Department Counter
The Department Counter feature can limit the number of copies, administer counters and Identification Code numbers for each department. (Maximum Number of Departments: 50) Contact your authorized service provider to enable the Department Counter feature.
KEY OPR. MODE ( 00-31 ) ENTER NO. OR ^
13 DEPT. COUNTER MODE 1: TOTAL COUNTER

13 (DEPT. COUNTER MODE)

For Department Counter

DEPT. COUNTER 01:123145

For Maximum Copies

MAX COPIES 01:12345678

For ID (Identification) Code

Direct Connection (with Crossover Cable)
Direct Connection (with Crossover Cable) Connect a Crossover LAN Cable between your machine
Turn OFF* the Power Switch (Machine and the PC). and the PC. To Machine

LINK 10/100BAS E-TX RX

HANDSE T

LAN Cable (Crossover)

(Rear Side of Machine) NOTE: Do not use Standard LAN Cable.

(Rear Side of PC)

Turn OFF* and ON the Power Switch (Machine and the PC).
Input your PC's IP Address into the Address Book in the machine (see page 48) or into the Panasonic-DMS software (refer to the enclosed CD).
Scan the document(s) to your PC. (See page 46)
NOTE: *If the Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD19) is installed, see page 13.
Turn On the Power Switch (Machine and the PC).
Input the Network Address (Machine and your PC). IP and Gateway Address IP: 192.168.0.1 (Machine) 192.168.0.2 (Your PC) Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 (Machine & the PC) How to input the network address: For your Machine: See page 44 For your PC: See below
NOTE: * If you use the DHCP server, select to disable the DHCP server. Machine : See page 45. Your PC : Consult your System Administrator.
For more detailed information, refer to Windows OS operating instructions manual.

For Windows 2000

1 Right click "My Network
Places" and select "Properties".
2 Right click "Local Area
Connection" and select "Properties".

Select "Internet

Protocol (TCP/ IP)".

Select "Use the

following IP address" then, Input IP Address and the Subnet Mask.

6 Click "OK".

For Windows XP
1 Open the Control Panel. 2 Select "Switch to Classic
View", if using the Category View Mode.
Right click "Local Area
Connection Enabled." and select "Properties".

3 Select "Network

Connections".
"OK" will be changed to "CLOSE".

5 Select "Internet

Paper Trays (250 sheets Standard + 550 sheets Option) + Single Sheet Bypass Transparency film should feed from standard paper tray (Tray-1/ 20 sheets) and Sheet Bypass (1 sheet). Paper Tray: Bypass: 16 - 28 lb / 20 - 24 lb (2-Sided Copy) 16 - 44 lb
Paper Weight: Quantity Selector: Electrical Consumption: Power Consumption: Dimensions (W)(D)(H): Mass (Weight): Operating Environment:
Max. 999 sheets (Output Tray capacity is 150 sheets) AC 120V, 60Hz, 8A Max. 900 W 18.2 x 19.9 x 20.6" (with ADF) 48.5 lb (22 kg) (with ADF) Temperature: 50 - 86F (10 - 30C) [Humidity should be 70% or less at 86F (30C)] Relative Humidity: 30 - 80% [Temperature should be 80F (27C) or less at 80% RH]
When used only with Panasonic's recommended Letter size paper.

ADF (Standard)

Tray Capacity: Paper Size: Paper Weight: Electrical Requirements: Letter, Invoice : 50 sheets (20 lb) Legal : 30 sheets (20 lb) Invoice/Letter/Legal lb Supplied from the machine
Network Scanner (Standard)
Scanning Type: Scanning Speed: (w/o Transmission Time) Resolution (dpi/Monochrome): Resolution (dpi/Color): Max Scanning Area (Platen): Max Scanning Area (ADF): Duplex Scan: Scanning Mode: Scale: Compression Format: File Format: Send to Station (PC): Send to Station (FTP): Send to Station (Remote Copy): Pop up Notification: Protocol: Applicable OS: CCD Image Sensor (ADF/Platen) Monochrome: 2.7 sec. (Letter) Color: 11 sec. (Letter) Standard (150x150) / Fine (300x300) / SuperFine (600x600) Standard (75x75) / Fine (150x150) / SuperFine (300x300) 8.5 x 11.69" 8.5 x 14" (Legal size with ADF only) No Text, Text/Photo, Photo Bi-level / 256 level Gray Scale / 24-bit Color Monochrome: MH, MR, MMR, JBIG (256 Gradation) Color: JPEG Monochrome: Multi page TIFF, PDF Color: JPEG, PDF Yes (Single Address only) Yes (Single Address only) Yes (Single Address only) Yes LPR, TCP/IP Windows 98 / Me / NT 4.0 / 2000 / XP
2nd Paper Feed Module (DA-DS188) (Option)
Paper Size: Paper Weight: Electrical Requirements: Dimensions (W)(D)(H): Mass (Weight): Letter/Legal 16 - 28 lb / 20 - 24 lb (2-Sided Copy) Supplied from the machine 18.2 x 18.5 x 5.5" 11 lb (5 kg)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Combined Function Table

Double Exposure
Next Selections First Selections
Digital Skyshot Zoom N in 2 2
N in 1 Sort Zoom Digital Skyshot Double Exposure
NOTE: Sort function should be set by the Function Parameter.
: Possible Combined Functions. : Unavailable Combined Functions. A : Next Selection is Carried Out. : Function that can't be performed.

 

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