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|vsevel||9:58am on Thursday, October 21st, 2010|
|I bought this as my first telephoto lens for my Canon XTi (400d) and while it takes pretty good pix. i am saving some money to buy canon lens. It is enexpensive but useless. It take picture all blur....|
|Broos||3:33pm on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010|
|Works well for the money. I think the lens is good for the money. I have had to adjust my autofocus by a few + numbers on my Pentax K-7. WYSIWYP - What You See Is What You Paid In past time, I owned a Canon USM Telephoto lens, but I lost it. So I had to look for a Replacement lens. Worked for 10 minutes, then AF died This item arrived with the lens cap not properly attached. Was on crooked. That was the first concern I had.|
|ram.baya||8:23pm on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010|
|sigma 70-300mm lens Product arrived in good time and having tried the lens I have found it most satisfactory and would recommend this product to all a...|
|AdventTech||2:23pm on Friday, June 4th, 2010|
|I purchased this lens for use on my 5D MK11 and my 7D. Sharpness at the short end is good but above 200mm it is poor on both my camera bodies.|
|#marietta_45||12:57pm on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010|
|Sigma APO 100-300mm F4 EX IF HSM zoom lens optical lens category brand owned Sigma (SIGMA) optical lens The lowest price at ¥ 6,000.|
|stegan||7:39pm on Saturday, May 8th, 2010|
|I bought this lens for a family member who has just upgraded to a digital SLR on the strength of my 8 years experience with an earlier version of this...|
|sven||3:28am on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010|
|Great Picture When it Works! This lense would be great if it would only stop breaking. I have had the lense for almost a year and a half.|
|unixm||1:51pm on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010|
|Great quality for a small price Bought it for Pentax to take long distance and macro photos- extremely good quality for reasonable price. im satisfied with the result, Last year im planning to have a zoom lens for my nikon D60.Im choosing between Tamron and Sigma which I chosen the last.|
|AzzaroBork||8:53am on Sunday, April 18th, 2010|
|Good len with this price. especially when you take a pic within 70-200 and the quality is almost the same constant focus. The speed of focus is slow. Good len with this price. especially when you take a pic within 70-200 and the quality is almost the same constant focus. The speed of focus is slow.|
|efeza||9:33pm on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010|
|best buy you can get and its really good to learn from. One a superb lens! Not to noisy and very quick at focusing even at 300mm. It is possible to take photos at 300mm hand held.|
|AlexTM||4:29am on Saturday, March 13th, 2010|
|This Sigma lens is a good entry level telezoom lens. The macro function make a big plus to this product. The picture is sharp. Aperture is acceptable. by far the best telephoto lens for my sony dslr. Sharp pictures however low lighting is problematic. otherwise, this lens cant be beat for the price.|
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Notation of the service manual
1. Product name In this manual, each of the products is described as follows: (1) IC board: Standard printer Main body or this machine (3) Microsoft Windows 95: Microsoft Windows 98: Microsoft Windows Me: Microsoft Windows NT 4.0: Microsoft Windows 2000: Microsoft Windows XP: Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.0 or Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 95/98/Me Windows NT 4.0/2000 Windows NT/2000/XP Windows 95/98/Me/ NT/2000/XP 2. Brand name The company names and product names mentioned in this manual are the brand name or the registered trademark of each company. 3. Electrical parts and signals Those listed by way of example below are not exhaustive, but only some instances among many. Classification Load symbol IN PS Sensor PS Door PS1 SIG 102 PS 24V Solenoid SD DRV SOL 24V Clutch CL DRV SOL 24V CONT Motor M DRV1 DRV2 D1 D2 Drive signals of two kinds Power to drive the solenoid Drive signal Power to drive the clutch Drive signal Power to drive the motor Drive signal Sensor detection signal Ex. of signal name Description (2) KonicaMinolta 8050/CF5001/bizhub PROC500/8150:
When the description is made in combination of the OS's mentioned above:
Introduction Classification Load symbol
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 Ex. of signal name _U _V _W DRV1 DRV2 DRV3 D1 D2 D3 D4 DRV A DRV A DRV B DRV B A /A B /B AB BB CLK, PLL LCK, Lock, LD FR EM, Lock, LCK, LD BLK P/S S/S SS CW/CCW, F/R ENB TEMP_ER PLL control signal PLL lock signal Forward/reverse rotation signal Motor lock abnormality Drive brake signal Power/stop Operating load start/stop signal Rotational direction switching signal Effective signal Motor temperature abnormality detection signal Analog signal Signal ground Power ground Data carrier detection Serial input Serial output Data terminal operation available Signal ground (earth) Data set ready Transmission request signal Consent transmission signal Ring indicator Serial transmission data Serial reception data x Drive signals (control signals) of four kinds Motor, phases A and B control signals Drive signals (control signals) of three kinds Description
TH1.S, ANG SG, S.GND, S_GND PG, P.GND DCD SIN SOUT DTR GND DSR, DSET RTS CTS RI TXD RXD
Measures to take in case of an accident
1. If an accident has occurred, the distributor who has been notified first must immediately take emergency measures to provide relief to affected persons and to prevent further damage. 2. If a report of a serious accident has been received from a customer, an on-site evaluation must be carried out quickly and KMBT must be notified. 3. To determine the cause of the accident, conditions and materials must be recorded through direct onsite checks, in accordance with instructions issued by KMBT. 4. For reports and measures concerning serious accidents, follow the regulations given in "Serious Accident Report/Follow-up Procedures."
Set the customer support center telephone and FAX numbers that are used in an emergency for a service call and shown on the basic screen for help. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 25 mode. 2. "25 mode menu screen" Press the [7. Telephone number setting] key. 3. "Customer support TEL/FAX setting screen" Press either of the [Service centre Telephone number (16 digits)] and [Service centre FAX number (16)] keys that you want to set. 4. Enter a TEL or FAX number through the numeric keys. 5. Press the [OK] key to update the data. To invalidate the setting that you have changed, press the [CANCEL] key.
Note: When a number is less than 16 digits, be sure to use hyphens to fill up the blanks.
Note: Setting "0000" for the key operator password and the weekly timer password allows you to use each mode with no password.
6.10 M/C serial number setting
Display and set the serial numbers of the main body and options. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 25 mode. 2. "25 mode menu screen" Press the [8. M/C serial number setting] key. 3. "Serial number setting mode screen" Press the key of an item you want to set and enter a serial number through the alphanumeric keys. 4. Press the [OK] key to update the data. 5. To invalidate the setting that you have changed, press the [CANCEL] key.
6.11 Indication of ROM version
Display the ROM versions of the main body and the option and a product number that discriminates a new ROM from an old ROM. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 25 mode. 2. "25 mode menu screen" Press the [9. Indication of ROM version] key. 3. "Indication of ROM version screen" Each ROM version and product number are displayed. Old type Image control I Printer control C Operation O Finisher N 65AA 65AA 65A* 20AK New type 65LA 65LA 65L* 20GA
Note: The serial number of the main body cannot be changed.
Note: * varies according to the destination. 4. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return to "25 mode menu screen."
6.12 KRDS setting
See the "KRDS manual."
See chapter "Service tools."
6.14 Setting date input
Set the starting date of the total counter that is displayed on the LCD in the P function. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 25 mode. 2. "25 mode menu screen" Press the [12.Setting date input] key.
36 MODE (5) Automatic developer charge
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 3. Set the developer charging plate /L  to the shoulder screws  provided above the developing unit of a color the developer of which is changed.
In this mode, after discharging developer from the developing unit manually, a new developer is automatically charged. Note: Do not open the upper cover of the developing unit. Otherwise, dust gets in the unit causing image failure. a. Procedure
1. Open the toner supply section. 2. Remove 2 screws  and then remove the developer charging plate  provided inside the toner supply section . Remove 2 screws  and then remove the developer charging funnel /L .
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 4. Set the developer charging funnel /L  to the developer charging plate . Note: Be sure to attach the tip of the developer charging funnel /L  securely to the toner supply opening . 7. "36 mode menu screen"
Press the [1. Process adjustment] key. 8. "Process adjustment menu screen" Press the [2. Drum peculiarity adjustment] key. 9. "Drum peculiarity adjustment menu screen" Press the [5. Automatic developer charge] key.
10. "Automatic developer charge Y screen" Press the arrow key to select the color of developer you want to charge. For the automatic developer charge, the following items are provided: Automatic developer charge Y Automatic developer charge M Automatic developer charge C Automatic developer charge K 11. Press the [Start] key to introduce a new developer into the developer charging funnel /U.
12. Make sure that the developer has been charged successfully before pressing the [CANCEL] key. 13. When charging another developer, repeat steps 3 to 11. 14. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return to the "Drum peculiarity adjustment menu screen." 15. Return the installed parts back to their original positions. Note: After completion of this adjustment, be sure to perform the L-detect initial auto. adjustment. If printing is started without performing the L-detect initial auto. adjustment, a proper image density cannot be obtained, thus resulting in the change of developer again.
5. Set the developer charging funnel /U  packaged together with developer to the developer charging funnel /L . Note: The developer charge funnel /U  is packaged together with each developer. So, be sure to avoid its reuse.
6. Enter the 36 mode.
36 MODE (6) L-detect initial automatic adjustment
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 (7) Initial drum rotation When remove the drum cartridge, be sure to conduct this operation to securely set the drum coupling.
36 MODE 7.3.2 Timing adjustment
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 (1) Printer lead edge timing adjustment Adjust the lead edge timing. This adjustment changes the paper restart timing from the registration roller. This adjustment can be shown in the key operator mode by setting DIPSW12-1 to 1. Note: Be sure the printer vertical magnification has been adjusted.
Adjust various timings. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 36 mode. 2. "36 mode menu screen" Press the [2. Image adjustment] key. 3. "Image adjustment menu screen" Press the [2. Timing adjustment] key. 4. "Timing adjustment menu screen" For the timing adjustment, the following items are provided: [1. Printer lead edge timing adj.] [2. Printer registration loop adj.] [3. Printer pre-registration adj.] [4. Printer erasure amount adj.] [5. Scanner re-start timing adj.] [6. RADF registration loop adj.] [7. Writing unit skew initial adj.] [8. Auto. color registration adj.] [9. Color registration manual adj.] 5. Press the key of an item you want to adjust. 6. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return from each of the adjustment screens to the "Timing adjustment menu screen."
1. Enter the 36 mode. 2. "36 mode menu screen" Press the [2. Image adjustment] key. 3. "Image adjustment menu screen" Press the [2. Timing adjustment] key. 4. "Timing adjustment mode menu screen" Press the [1. Printer lead edge timing adj.] key.
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 5. "Lead edge timing (Tray 1) screen" For the printer lead edge timing adjustment, the following items are provided. Press the ADJUSTMENT] key to select an item you want to adjust. "Lead edge timing (Tray 1)" "Lead edge timing (Tray 2)" "Lead edge timing (Tray 3)" "Lead edge timing (Bypass)" "Lead edge timing (Tray 4)" "Lead edge timing (ADU)" "Tray large size normal paper offset" "Tray large size thick paper offset" "Tray small size normal paper offset" "Tray small size thick paper offset" "Bypass large size normal paper offset" "Bypass large size thick paper offset" "Bypass small size normal paper offset" "Bypass small size thick paper offset" "Large size normal paper offset (ADU)" "Large size thick paper offset (ADU)" "Small size normal paper offset (ADU)" "Small size thick paper offset (ADU)" Note: Large size: 300 mm or more in length in the paper feed direction Small size: 300 mm or less in length in the paper feed direction Thick Paper: 106 g/m2 or more 6. Enter a numeric value through the numeric keys and press the [SET] key. 7. Press the [COPY SCREEN] key. 8. Set the copy setting according to the item adjusted and press the START button to output a test pattern (No. 16).
Adjust the threshold value of the original image judgement.
Press the [3. Image quality adjustment] key. 3. "Image quality mode menu screen" Press the [5. Image judge adjustment] key. 4. "Image judge adjustment mode menu screen" For the image judge adjustment, the following items are provided: [1. Dot detect adjustment] [2. Color text adjustment] [3. Dot/Text area adjustment] 5. Press the key of an item you want to adjust. 6. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return from each of the adjustment screens to the "Image judge adjustment mode menu screen."
Adjust the dot discrimination threshold value of the original image.
1. Enter the 36 mode. 2. "36 mode menu screen" Press the [3. Image quality adjustment] key. 3. "Image quality mode menu screen" Press the [5. Image judge adjustment] key. 4. "Image judge adjustment menu screen" Press the [1. Dot detect adjustment] key. 5. "Dot detect adjustment R screen" Press the [COPY SCREEN] key.
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 (2) Color text adjustment Adjust the color text discrimination threshold value of the original image. Use this adjustment for changing the center value for the color text adjustment in the user mode. a. Procedure
START button with a test chart set to the original glass. 7. A dot detection pattern is outputted. This output pattern shows how the original image is discriminated as an image. Cyan section: Discriminated as a dot. White section: Discriminated as a picture. Black section: Discriminated as a black text. Magenta section: Discriminated as a color text. 8. Press the C button while pressing the P button. 9. "Dot detect adjustment R screen" For the dot detection adjustment, the following items are provided: [Dot detect adjustment R] [Dot detect adjustment G] [Dot detect adjustment B] 10. Select a color you want to adjust as necessary, enter a numeric value through the numeric keys, and press the [SET] key. Setting range: -5 (dot area reduced) to +5 (dot area increased) 11. Repeat steps 5 to 10 until it becomes suitable. 12. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return to the "Image judge adjustment mode menu screen."
1. Enter the 36 mode. 2. "36 mode menu screen" Press the [3. Image quality adjustment] key. 3. "Image quality mode menu screen" Press the [5. Image judge adjustment] key. 4. "Image judge adjustment menu screen" Press the [2. Color text adjustment] key. 5. "Color text screen" Press the [COPY SCREEN] key. 6. Select the A3 or 11 x 17 paper and press the START button with a test chart set to the original glass. 7. A color text detection pattern is outputted. This output pattern shows how the original image is discriminated as an image. Black section: Discriminated as a black text. Magenta section: Discriminated as a color text. 8. Press the C button while pressing the P button. 9. "Color text screen" Enter a numeric value through the numeric keys as necessary, and press the [SET] key. Setting range: -5 (color text area reduced) to +5 (color text area increased) 10. Repeat steps 5 to 9 until it becomes suitable. 11. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return to the "Image judge adjustment menu screen."
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 7.8.4 Trimming stopper adjustment (TU-109/ TMG-3 only) Adjusting the trimming amount. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 36 mode. 2. "36 mode menu screen" Press the [7. Finisher adjustment] key. 3. "Finisher adjustment mode menu screen" Press the [4. Trimming stopper adjustment] key.
7.8.3 Cover sheet tray size adjustment (PI-110
only) This adjustment should be performed when the cover sheet tray size cannot be detected properly and when centring adjustment for cover sheet tray is performed. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 36 mode. 2. "36 mode menu screen" Press the [7. Finisher adjustment] key. 3. "Finisher adjustment mode menu screen" Press the [3. Cover sheet tray size adj.] key. 4. Set a A4R (for metric machine) or 8.5 x 11R (for inch machine) paper on the cover sheet tray (upper/lower)  and press the [Start] key. A complete message appears on the screen.
4. "Trimming stopper adjustment (A3) screen" Press the [COPY SCREEN] key. 5. Set paper in the tray, set originals (more than 2 sheets) on RADF, and press the START button. For the machine with platen cover, scan originals (more than 2 sheets) with [Store] key.
6. Check the trimming amount. Standard value: 2.5 to 4.5 mm Note: Setting a trimming amount of 2.5 mm or less may cause a trimming error. 7. When the value is not within the standard,
press the C button while pressing the P button. 8. "Trimming stopper adjustment screen"
5. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return to the "Finisher adjustment menu screen."
Press the [NEXT ADJUSTMENT] or [PREVIOUS ADJUSTMENT] key to select a desired paper size. 9. Enter a numeric value through the numeric keys and press the [SET] key. Setting range: -128 to +127, 1 step = 0.1 mm 10. Repeat steps 4 to 9 until the standard value is obtained. 11. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return to the "Finisher adjustment menu mode screen."
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 7.8.5 Punch adjustment (PK-120/PK-5/PK-507 only) This adjusts the punch vertical positions, punch horizontal positions, and punch registration loop amount. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 36 mode. 2. "36 mode menu screen" Press the [5. Punch adjustment] key. 3. "Punch adjustment mode menu screen" Punch adjustment includes the following items: [1. Punch kit vertical pos. adj.] [2. Punch kit horizontal pos. adj.] [5. Punch registration loop adj.] 4. Press the key of an item you want to adjust. 5. Press the [PREVIOUS SCREEN] key to return each adjustment screen to the "Finisher adjustment mode menu screen." a. Procedure
(1) Punch kit vertical position adjustment (PKAdjusting the punch vertical position.
8. 47 MODE
8.mode/multi mode setting method
5. Input check result will appear in the input check result display area. 6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 to perform the other signal input check.
A. 47 Mode This mode provides self-diagnostic functions (input/ output check function) to check and adjust the various signals and loads. B. Operation method for 47 mode (1) Starting 47 mode a. b. c. Turn off the sub power switch (SW2). Turn on the SW2 while holding down 4 and 7 of the numeric keys. The 47 mode is activated if the moment "I/O check mode" is displayed in the message display area at the center of the screen. "47 mode menu screen" 2. "47 mode menu screen" Enter the output check code with the numeric keys. *2 3. Press the P button when using the multi mode. 4. Enter the multi code with the numeric keys.* 2 5. Press the [Start] key to perform the output check. 6. Press the [STOP] key to exit from the output check. *1 See "8.5 Input check list".
(3) Output check method Follow the following procedure. a. Procedure
1. Enter the 47 mode.
  
7. Repeat steps 2 to 6 to check other signal out-
put check. *2 See "8.6 Output check list".
Input/Output check code Multi code Input check Output check
(4) Exiting from the 47 mode Turn off the SW2 to exit from the 47 mode.
(2) Input check method Follow the following procedure. a. Procedure
1. Enter the 47 mode. 2. "47 mode menu screen" Enter the input check code with the numeric keys. *1 3. Press the P button when using the multi mode. 4. Enter the multi code with the numeric keys. *1
Adjustment data display
Hard disk check
Lists the adjustment values of the machine (factoryset values and current values). No adjustment value can be changed in this mode. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 47 mode. 2. "47 mode menu screen" Press "94" with the numeric keys. Check that "94-00" appears in the message display area. 3. Press the [Start] key. 4. Press the [STOP] key at the lower right corner of the screen. 5. Turn off the sub power switch (SW2) to exit from the 47 mode. Note: Turn off the SW2 to exit from the 47 mode.
Perform this operation if you want to check the HDD total capacity, the HDD remaining capacity, and the error code related to HDD. A. Procedure 1. Enter the 47 mode. 2. "47 mode menu screen" Press "99" with the numeric keys. Check that "99-00" appears in the message display area. 3. Press the P button. 4. Enter one of the followings with the numeric keys. Check that "99-xx" (xx represents the input number) appears in the message display area. 01: HDD total capacity check 02: HDD remaining capacity check 03: HDD bad sectors check and recovery 5. Press the [Start] key. At checking the total capacity: the total capacity is displayed At checking the remaining capacity: the remaining capacity is displayed At checking and recovering the bad sectors: During the operation-"NOW" appears The operation succeeded-"OK" appears The operation failed-"NG" appears Press the [Start] key to perform the HDD bad sectors check and recovery again when "NG" appears. 6. Press the [STOP] key to exit from the output check. 7. Turn off the SW2 to exit from the 47 mode. Note: The operation can not be canceled during the HDD bad sectors check and recovery (the [STOP] button or the [Change Mode] key are disabled).
TDS Y TDS M TDS C TDS K PS17 DF-319, AFR-20 PS304 PS301 PS302 PS305 PS306 PS303 PS308 PS307 RS1 FS PS701 PS702 PS703 PS704 PS705 PS706 PS707 PS708 PS709 PS713 PS711 PS712 PS714
No paper No paper
Upper limit Other than upper limit Lower limit Other than lower limit No paper Paper Paper No paper
Other than Standby standby position position Home Other than position home position Other than home position Home position Home position Other than home position
Other than Close close position position Home position Other than home position
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 Name Display and signal source No paper Home position No paper Staple Home position Start Home position Other than full Paper Other than home position Paper No staple Other than home position Other than start Other than home position Full
PS715 PS718 PS720 SW702 PS730 SW701 M710 PS732 PS719 MS701 SW704 PS731 SW703 M715 PS733 M707 PS722 PS723 PS724 PS725 PS726 PS729 M720
Counter reset sensor Shift HP sensor Stacker no paper sensor Staple switch /R Stapler HP sensor /R Cartridge switch /R Clincher motor /R Clincher HP sensor /R Sub-tray full sensor FNS interlock switch Staple switch /F Stapler HP sensor /F Cartridge switch /F Clincher motor /F Clincher HP sensor /F Paper exit roller motor lock detection FNS connection detection Folding knife HP sensor Stopper HP sensor Alignment HP sensor /L Folding exit sensor Folding passage sensor Folding full sensor Folding conveyance motor PI conveyance motor DIPSW0
No cartridge Cartridge
Front door Front door opened closed No staple Other than home position Other than start Other than home position Other than control speed Home position Other than home position Paper Full Other than control speed Other than control speed Staple Home position Start Home position Control speed Other than home position Home position No paper Other than full Control speed Control speed
Other than Single single operation operation
47 MODE Display and signal source No paper Paper Paper No paper
PI passage sensor /U PI passage sensor /L Folding connection detection Gate HP sensor No sheet sensor /U Sheet set sensor /U Tray lower limit sensor /U Tray upper limit sensor /U Sheet feeder manual start/clear switch Sheet feeder manual punch button switch Sheet feeder manual function selection button switch PI interlock switch No sheet sensor /L Sheet set sensor /L Tray lower limit sensor /L Tray upper limit sensor /L Sheet size sensor /L PI connection detection
  
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 7. Loosen a screw . 8. Move the sensor mounting bracket  vertically to make the height of the entrance guide upper surface and the up/down plate upper surface to be within the standard value. If it is not within the standard value and the height of the up/down plate has to be raised: When paper with a convex curl is fed: Lower the position of the sensor mounting bracket If it is not within the standard value and the height of the up/down plate has to be lowered: When the edge of the fed paper is folded: When paper with a concave curl is fed: Raise the position of the sensor mounting bracket 9. When the adjustment is complete, tighten a screw .
9.27 LCT pick-up release amount adjustment
Perform the LCT pick-up release amount adjustment when a no feed jam occurs frequently. The adjustment is performed by changing the horizontal position of the paper feed solenoid (SD100). A. Procedure 1. Lift up the up/down plate . 2. Open the top cover . 3. Remove the sprint  from the paper feed unit . 4. Remove 4 screws . 5. Remove the paper feed pick-up cover /B  toward right.
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 6. Pull the moving section of SD100 (paper feed the paper feed roller  and the upper surface of the up/down plate  to check whether it is within the standard value. Standard value: 0.5 to 2.5 mm Perform the following adjustment if it is not within the standard value. 7. Loosen a screw .
Note: Before starting the operation, note the original position of the solenoid. 8. Move the paper feed solenoid (SD100)  horizontally to make the distance between the paper feed roller and the upper surface of the up/down plate to be within the standard value. 9. Tighten the screw  for the paper feed solenoid.
solenoid)  and measure the distance between
Description of the ISW
Board used for the ISW
1. Description of the ISW
ISWTrns supports the following boards for rewriting the control program in 8050. ISW (In-system Writer) is an operation to rewrite the control program stored in the flash ROM on a variety of control boards in the digital copier without removing the boards from the main body of the copier. ISW allows you to update the version of the control program without replacing the board or to install the latest program when replacing the board. [ISWTrns (PC software)] is provided to execute ISW, which rewrite the program by connecting a PC to the digital copier. The software rewrites the control program stored in the flash ROM in the copier main body directly. This chapter only describes the set up procedure on the main body for executing ISW. See the "ISW (InSystem Writer) Service Manual" for information on operating the ISWTrns. Note: When rewrite control program for new type, be sure to use the ISWTrns Ver. 3.51 or the above. When upgrading ISWTrns, be sure to uninstall the current ISWTrns before installing the new version. Installing it by overwriting may result in the installation of the USB driver unavailable. It is required to install the USB driver for ISWTrns to perform ISW via USB on this machine. See the installation procedure for the "2. USB ISW". Before performing ISW via USB, be sure to turn on the USB radio button in [Setting (S)] [Set Communication (C)] in ISWTrns and press the OK button. From "machine" list box of ISWTrns, be sure to select "8050" for old type and "bizhub C500" for new type. A. Power ON mode The power ON mode is used if no program is installed on the overall control board (OACB) or it is faulty. If no program is installed on OACB, the OACB program becomes possible to be written at power ON. No display appears on the operation panel and the timer LED flashes even if the operation board control program is installed because the OACB controls the power for the operation board. The copier supports three ISW transfer modes as follows. 1.1.3 ISW transfer type Note: The control program on other boards cannot be written until that for the overall control board (OACB) is written. The following shows the ISW data flow. PC OACB OB1 PRCB DFCB FNSCB 1.1.2 Data flow Overall control board (OACB) Printer controller board (PRCB) Operation board/1 (OB1) FNS control board (FNSCB) See IP Service Manual for the printer controller. ROM replacement is needed for boards other than the above. RADF control board (DFCB)
KONICA MINOLTA 8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Field Service Ver.3.0 Dec. 2004 Sending mail (SMTP) sever *1 Condition Informing Address *1 E-Mail Transmission *1
The IP address of SMTP sever. It is for mail transmission system. *2 You may leave it blank when mail transmission system is not used. It is for mail transmission system. *2 You may leave it blank when mail transmission system is not used.
The same setting can be set on LCD of the copier. But do not set concurrently from web browser and Web. Please see the "INSTRUCTION MANUAL" of copier if use the mail transmission system.
E-Mail transmission setting page 6. Click [Apply] button to finish input.
MAIL REMOTE NOTIFICATION SYSTEM (2) Test mail sending
Click [Sending test] button and then a test mail is sent to SMTP server. Test mail is sent to [Manager address] set on Step5. Click [Sending test] to display result of the test mail. If it is failed, please re-confirm the setting following to error message. a. Procedure 1. Set the reception setting. In the [Extension for maintenance] column at the bottom of the page, input the password to change the mode then click the initial setting. Use the password for changing modes.
Extension for maintenance page (for customer engineer) The records of sent and received mails listed on mail log on the [Extension for maintenance] page are the latest 10 mails. Even the main power switch is turned OFF, the communication is logged and kept though there are some restrictions.
E-Mail reception setting page 2. Set the e-mail reception screen based on the following. Enable E-mail notification Interval between fetching mails Select [Yes] to use Mail remote notification system. Default is [No]. Interval between checking mail on receiving mail server from copier. The interval can be set within the range from 1 min. to 60 min. Usually, set around 10 min. considering load for network. Receiving mail server Kind of mail spool User name on the server *1 Password *2 E-Mail Address of this copy machine Nickname *3 CE Password *2 The IP address of receiving mail server. Select [POP3] or [IMAP]. Default is [POP3]. The account name for copier assigned on receiving mail server. The password for the above user name. E-mail address of the copier. Usually, the name is [User name@receiving mail server name]. The name added to the mail subject sent from the copier. It can be blank. Input password used for the "Subject" of the mail sent to the copier. The copier uses this password for security check. Also Notice to the administrator (CC mail) - No - Only illegal mails - All mails Default (Do not send the e-mail to the administrator) Specify whether to transfer mail in following conditions; When the mail received by copier does not match to the registered password or the mail size is 10 k-byte or larger. Transfer all sending mails from Mail remote notification system.
558 (W : 5 pin)
CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING Z. Color registration board /F, /R
498 (W : 4 pin) 381 (W : 4 pin) 379 (W : 4 pin) 382 (W : 4 pin)
DF-319/AFR-20 connector layout drawing
A. DF drive board
14 (W : 9 pin)
13 (W : 15 pin)
3 (W : 7 pin) 12 (W : 5 pin) 1 (N.C.) 5 (W : 5 pin) 8 (N.C.) 2 (W : 6 pin)
4 (W : 6 pin)
7 (W : 9 pin)
10 (W : 8 pin)
6 (W : 2 pin)
LT-211/C-208 connector layout drawing
802 (W : 10 pin) 807 (W : 14 pin)
5 (N.C.) 804 (W : 12 pin) 4 (N.C.)
805 (W : 11 pin)
800 (W : 6 pin) 808 (W : 2 pin) 803 (W : 6 pin) 3 (N.C.) 801 (W : 11 pin)
806 (W : 15 pin)
2 (N.C.) 1 (N.C.)
FS-115/FS-215/FN-120/FN-9/FS-513/FS-606 connector layout drawing
A. FNS control board
61 (W : 2 pin) 51 (W : 32 pin)
33 (W : 38 pin)
12 (W : 24 pin) 1 (W : 18 pin) 10 (W : 4 pin) 11 (W : 9 pin) 7 (W: 6 pin) 5 (W : 22 pin) 6 (W : 5 pin) 62 (W : 40 pin) 8 (W : 8 pin) 52 (W : 6 pin)
43 (W : 8 pin) FS-215/FN-9/FS-606 only 42 (W : 5 pin) FS-215/FN-9/FS-606 only 41 (GY : 30 pin) FS-215/FN-9/FS-606 only 9 (W : 28 pin) FS-215/FN-9/FS-606 only 4 (W : 40 pin) 2 (W : 5 pin) 3 (W : 11 pin)
B. Relay board
6 (W : 30 pin)
5 (W : 30 pin)
10 (W : 8 pin) 4 (W : 24 pin) FS-215/FN-9/FS-606 only 1 (W : 40 pin) 7 (W : 28 pin) FS-215/FN-9/FS-606 only 8 (W : 34 pin) 9 (W : 2 pin) FS-215/FN-9/FS-606 only
2 (W : 22 pin) 3 (W : 28 pin) FS-215/FN-9/FS-606 only
TU-109/TMG-3 connector layout drawing
402 (GY : 28 pin) 404 (GY : 18 pin) 406 (GY : 20 pin)
403 (W : 5 pin) 401 (GY : 40 pin) 405 (W : 4 pin) 408 (W : 3 pin) 407 (W : 2 pin)
409 (W : 4 pin)
PK-120/PK-5/PK-507 connector layout drawing
A. Punch control board
69 (W : 6 pin)
70 (W : 15 pin)
68 (W : 8 pin)
64 (W : 2 pin) 65 (W : 5pin)
66 (GY : 9 pin) 63 (GY : 38 pin)
CN68-1 5V CN68-2 IN1 CN68-3 IN2 CN68-4 IN3 CN68-5 IN4 CN68-6 IN5 CN68-7 SG CN68-8 N.C.
CN504-1 CN504-2 CN504-3 CN504-4 CN504-5 CN504-6 CN504-7
PAPER EDGE SENSOR
CN66-2 PS804 5V H CN66-5 PS804 IN CN66-8 PS804 SG CN504-1 CN504-2 CN504-3
PUNCH SCRAPS BOX SET SENSOR
CN66-3 5V NC CN66-6 IN NC CN66-9 SG NC CN66-1 PS802 5V H CN66-4 PS802 IN CN66-7 PS802 SG
CN531-3 CN531-2 CN531-1
CN531-1 CN531-2 CN531-3
CN502-1 CN502-2 CN502-3
PUNCH SCRAPS FULL SENSOR
P P P P
CN69-1 24V CN69-2 24V CN69-3 M802 DRVA CN69-4 M802 DRVA CN69-5 M802 DRVB CN69-6 M802 DRVB
CN158-3 CN158-9 CN158-1 CN158-5 CN158-7 CN158-11
PUNCH SHIFT MOTOR
CN67-1 PS803 5V H CN67-2 PS803 IN CN67-3 PS803 SG CN505-1 CN505-2 CN505-3
PUNCH SHIFT HP SENSOR
Symbol Faston Connector Crimp Relay connector
Symbol PKDB FNS CB M801 PS801 PS804 PS802 M802 PS803 Punch drive board FNS control board Punch motor Punch HP PS Paper edge sensor
Part name 2-D 2-H 3-B 4-B 5-B 5-B 6-B 7-A 8-B
Paper scraps box set PS Paper scraps full PS Punch shift motor Punch shift HP PS
623-1-1 623-1B-8B 24V 623-2B-7B 24V PGND PGND 5V 5V SGND SGND DTXD SGND CTS DRXD SGND 623-3B-6B 623-4B-5B 622-3-3 622-4-4 622-1-1 622-2-2 621-7-1 623-9A-1A 623-8A-2A 623-7A-3A 623-6A-4A 623-5A-5A 623-4A-6A 623-3A-7A 623-2A-8A 623-1A-9A 621-6-2 621-5-3 621-4-4 621-3-5 621-2-6 621-1-7 623-8B-1B 623-7B-2B 623-6B-3B 623-5B-4B
8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Overall Wiring Diagram (1/8)
15 ADF (OPTION) 139
601-20 601-19 601-18 601-17 603-2 V 603-3 W 617-9-1 605-1 24V4 605-2 CONT 605-3 PGND 617-8-2 617-7-3 606-1 606-2 606-3 603-1 U
601-16 601-15 601-14 601-13
604-6 604-5 604-4 604-3
601-12 601-11 601-10 601-9
601-8 601-7 601-6 601-5
274-5 272-17A IDXYJTB
273-17 - 1
609-7 5V2 609-8 PS
617-6-4 617-5-5 609-9 SGND 617-4-6
257-1 DCD 257-2 RXD 257-3 TXD 257-4 DTR 257-5 GND 257-6 DSR 257-7 RTS 257-8 CTS 257-9 RI
255-1 TX+ 255-2 TX255-3 RX+ 255-4 GND 255-5 GND 255-6 RX255-7 GND 255-8 GND
SUB POWER SWITCH
KRDS I/F (RS-232)
Symbol SW2 OB INVB LCDB CCDB OB1 OB2 OB3 OACB MB
Part name Sub power switch OB inverter board LCD board Touch panel board CCD board Operation board /1 Operation board /2 Operation board /3 Overall control board Memory board 8-D 7-A 6-A 5-A 2-A 5-C 8-E 8-A 3-F 6-G
24V2 362-1-2 360-1A 24V2 361A-3-8
CONT 362-2-1 360-2A PCLCONTY 361A-4-7 620-4 SOUT
361A-1-10 620-1 SIN
363-1-2 360-3A 24V2
8050/CF5001/C500/8150 Overall Wiring Diagram (3/8)
CONT 363-2-1 360-4A PCLCONTM 361A-6-5 620-6 CTS
620-7 DSET 24V2 CONT 364-2-1 361A-8-3 364-1-2 361A-7-4
600-1 L1 CONT
360-6A PCLCONTC 600-2 SGND
600-3 PS4 24V2 365-1-2 361A-9-2
CONT 365-2-1 360-8A PCLCONTK 600-5 PS2 361A-10-1
12V 360-9A 12V
368-1-4 600-7 SGND
TDS_SIG 360-10A TONERY_S 360-11A SGND 360-12A TDSYVREF 600-11 APS2 600-12 APS3 600-13 SCAN_CW 600-14 SCAN_PC 600-15 SGND 600-16 SCANVREF 600-17 SGND 600-18 SCAN_EN 600-19 SGND 600-20 SCAN_CK 360-13A 12V 360-14A TONERM_S 360-15A SGND 360-16A TDSMVREF 360-17A 12V 360-18A TONERC_S 360-19A SGND 360-20A TDSCVREF 360-1B 12V 573-1 5V 573-2 M_TEMP1 573-3 GND 360-2B TONERK_S 360-3B SGND 360-4B TDSKVREF 360-5B 24V2 360-6B SURF_EVY 360-7B SGND 360-8B PGND 600-10 APS1 600-9 M2 CONT SGND TDS_VREF 12V TDS_SIG SGND TDS_VREF 12V TDS_SIG SGND TDS_VREF 12V TDS_SIG SGND TDS_VREF 24V2 SURFY_EV SGND PGND 372-1 366-8-1 361B-8-13 372-2 366-7-2 361B-7-14 372-3 366-6-3 361B-6-15 372-4 366-5-4 361B-5-16 371-4-1 366-4-5 361B-4-17 371-3-2 366-3-6 361B-3-18 371-2-3 366-2-7 361B-2-19 371-1-4 366-1-8 361B-1-20 370-4-1 361C-12-1 370-3-2 361C-11-2 370-2-3 361C-10-3 370-1-4 361C-9-4 369-4-1 361C-8-5 369-3-2 361C-7-6 369-2-3 361C-6-7 369-1-4 361C-5-8 368-4-1 361C-4-9 368-3-2 361C-3-10
600-8 M2 EM
TONER DENSITY SENSOR/Y
TDS Y TDS M TDS C TDS K
TONER DENSITY SENSOR/M
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Konica Minolta 8050
D I G I TA L C O L O U R I M A G I N G S Y S T E M
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Limited ABN 065 096
Imagine being able to print more than 50 colour pages per minute.and do it at a cost thats a breakthrough in affordability. Now, with the 8050, its all at your fingertips. This superb new machine produces fast, short-run colour documents as either direct colour copies, or as prints from a Desktop PC.
C O L O U R T H AT S FA S T. C O L O U R T H AT S A F F O R D A B L E. C O L O U R AT M O R E T H A N PA G E S P E R M I N U T E.
Which means you can produce your marketing proposals, reports, brochures, flyers, posters and presentation handouts in brilliant colour, in-house. So youll get superb, controllable quality, and gain huge savings in time and money. With the 8050, youll get superb, consistent colour every time.
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G A I N M A X I M U M E F F I C I E N C Y, W I T H H I G H E N D C O L O U R PRODUCTION QUALITY
H I G H S P E E D P R I N T I N G AT P P M I N FULL COLOUR AND BLACK & WHITE
A fast output speed of 50 copies or prints per minute provides the perfect platform for high-volume production and lets you print even the most complex documentation in time for your important board meeting or client presentation.
INTELLIGENT NETWORKING* A D VA N C E D S O F T WA R E
Combined with the latest EFI Fiery software, the 8050 gives you more control to build, manipulate and manage documents. You will be able to work more efficiently and produce high quality documents. By connecting the 8050 to your LAN/WAN you can harness the power of high-speed network printing.
HIGH SPEED PRODUCTIVITY WITH CONSISTENT QUALITY
The 8050 delivers high quality documents at 50 pages per minute in A4 colour or black and white. Designed for excellent consistency, whether it is from copy 1-1000 your prints or copies from the 8050 will remain the same. This consistency is due to the latest Konica Minolta single pass tandem technology. And with four drums and a straight paper path arranged vertically, its also a highly compact and space saving design.
REVOLUTIONARY DESIGN G I V E S Y O U B A C K VA L U A B L E F L O O R S PA C E
With a vertical tandem print engine, the main body is extremely compact: 794 (W) x 889 (D), x 1056 (H) and lighter than most equivalent models.
S U P P O R T S C U S T O M PA P E R S T O C K
The 8050 features Industry-leading support for paper up to A3+ (330 x 487mm) and up to 256gsm stock (including gloss, card and tab stock) as well as a generous maximum paper capacity of 4,250 sheets. The 8050 is designed to have the paper handling flexibility that high speed, high-volume colour printing demands.
A D VA N C E D T O N E R TECHNOLOGY
Konica Minoltas Digital Colour Polymerised Toner sharpens text, clarifies images and improves virtually every aspect of image output quality. Advanced Continuous Toner (ACT) is Konica Minoltas new toner replacement system that enables you to replace the toner while the 8050 is running prints or copies. With ACT, long, uninterrupted in-house colour printing is easy.
C O L O U R AT A C O S T P E R PA G E T H AT S HARD TO IMAGINE A N E W G E N E R AT I O N I N C O L O U R
Konica Minoltas exclusive satin finish has been designed for the new generation of business colour. This new generation colour finish is: easy-to-read and non-reflective scratch resistant easy-to-write-on able to reproduce natural colour images Gain a contemporary image for your company with new business colour documents. When connected as a work group multi-function printer/copier, the 8050 outperforms the opposition. Traditional colour laser printers and copiers can cost up to 10 times the cost per page that the 8050 delivers. Expensive consumable costs and service agreements increase the total cost of ownership (TCO) of your office stand-alone printers.
F I N I S H I N G F O R A T R U LY PROFESSIONAL OUTPUT
With the 8050s range of finishing options you can fold, staple, hole-punch and trim your documents. Impress everyone with sophisticated finishing similar to what only a professional printer could produce in the past. Options such as single-position or booklet stapling, 2 or 4-hole punching, or automatic DL letter folding are available.
* Optional IP-901 print controller required.
H A R N E S S T H E P O W E R O F E F I S F I E RY C O N T R O L F O R A L L YOUR DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT
The 8050s optional high performance printer controller (IP-901) ensures you can achieve reliable network integration, allowing you and your team to produce print jobs quickly and easily from your desktop.
PRINT DOCUMENTS IN MINUTES, NOT HOURS
A colour printer/copier as fast and as powerful as the 8050 demands a printer controller that can keep up with its 50ppm output speed. Specifically tailored to the high-end production arena, the Konica Minolta Fiery-based IP-901 is the powerhouse that will take your office into the future.
A D VA N C E D T E C H N O L O G Y
Fiery System version 5.5 software takes the new Konica Minolta IP-901 server to the next level, with the latest EFI innovations that make it easy to create, print, scan and manage high quality documents. Fiery System 5.5 includes enhanced variable data printing capabilities, applications for colour management, networking, scanning and remote job management.
C O M B I N E T H E K O N I C A M I N O LTA I P - 1 P R I N T E R C O N T R O L L E R O P E R AT I N G S Y S T E M W I T H E N H A N C E D S O F T WA R E F O R M A X I M U M D E L I V E RY A N D F L E X I B I L I T Y
Set your digital workflow in action with the latest EFI software such as the latest versions of Command Workstation, Doc Builder and Fiery Freeform.
C O M M A N D W O R K S TAT I O N M A K E S L I F E E A S Y
Command WorkStation is designed to make centralised print job management easy. It automatically identifies Fiery servers on your network and offers new customisation options so you can choose how to display information about connected Fiery servers more efficiently. It sets the standard for conveniently managing and manipulating digital print jobs on the network.
F E AT U R E S :
Three levels of security for administration and printing Extensive job controls Thumbnail and full-screen job previews for remote job management Load balancing available to maximize printing resources* FreeForm Master Preview Booklet Maker Option Legacy Fiery Support Command Workstation LE for Mac users Manipulate and manage jobs and job settings Display, save, print or delete the job log Download jobs directly to the Fiery Archiving of files for accessing and re-printing later Job Log window for detailed information on every print job Customisable User Interface can be tailored to workflow requirements and operator skill level * Optional
A C H I E V E M O R E W I T H K O N I C A M I N O LTA S P O W E R F U L AND AFFORDABLE BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY TOOLS
A C C E L E R AT E D S E T- U P W I T H F I E R Y N E T W I S E FIERY DOCBUILDER TECHNOLOGY
DocBuilder brings powerful and affordable server-based imposition technology to virtually anyone who publishes. The easy-to-use what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) graphical user interface simplifies creation of imposed print jobs and gang ups on digital colour printing devices. Accelerate setup and achieve seamless connectivity on all popular network environments with Fiery NetWise. To the standard Ethernet connection, Fiery NetWise adds Web connectivity for printing via the Internet. NetWise also offers the ability to perform many administrative tasks through email, such as submitting jobs to different Fiery servers, cancelling them, and sending scanned images to remote locations.
DOCBUILDER F E AT U R E S :
Continuous Print Error-Free Printing RIP-While-Print
Save-Fast Printing Reverse Order Printing Auto-Duplexing Electronic Collation PitStop technology Thumbnail Preview and Job Merging
Easy to use document management tools
DocBuilder Pro features advanced capabilities including; Job previews at a pre-RIP level, powerful imposition capabilities, templates for custom and re-occurring formats facilitate consistency and pre-flighting capabilities allowing pre-production error checking. It is also platform, application, and file format independent.
W E B - B A S E D A P P L I C AT I O N S G I V E Y O U R MORE CONTROL THAN EVER BEFORE
N E T W O R K S C A N N I N G W I T H F I E R Y R E M O T E SCAN 5.0
Scanning Support Fiery Remote Scan incorporates the Fiery controller as a key element of network scanning. Scans can be stored on the Fierys hard drive. Scans can then be retrieved via the Fiery Web Tools utility, local Fiery interface (FACI), and TWAIN plug-in.
SCAN TO EMAIL IN COLOUR
Save valuable time by scanning materials at the console and sending them directly as an email attachment. Simply input the recipients email address using the touch panel and send high quality images at once.
SCAN TO FTP IN COLOUR
Convert scanned data into TIFF or PDF format files and forward them to your FTP server for downloading from any PC connected over your network.
SCAN TO HARD DISK DRIVE IN COLOUR
Scanning materials for archiving or for future use is now as easy as copying via the platen glass or the RADF at an incredible 37opm. You can scan and save data directly to the Fiery HDD.
FA S T, A C C U R AT E , P R O F E S S I O N A L C O L O U R
POWERFUL COLOUR CONTROL TOOLS
Combining intelligent colour management software and digital colour polymerized toner the 8050 allows you to quickly and easily produce a wide range of jobs in precise, consistent colour.
EASY TO LEARN. EASY TO USE. COLORWISE 3.0
EFIs Fiery colour management software adds flexibility and features that help users achieve the highest quality colour possible on their output devices and accurately simulate the output of other colour devices. Its easy-to-use colour adjustments make learning ColorWise easy.
Automatic PANTONE colour matching Transparent handling of RGB, CMYK and spot colour data Colour correction on the fly
N E W F E AT U R E S - V E R S I O N 3. 0 :
ColorCal provides high quality calibration using a copiers scanner Auto Grey Replacement automatically adjusts grey balance based on a measurement page placed on a copiers scanner Full (output GCR) is a CMYK simulation with user controllable black generation it offers a better match to typical colour management systems
K O N I C A M I N O LTA S U N I Q U E D I G I TA L C O L O U R P O LY M E R I Z E D T O N E R
Konica Minoltas new Digital Colour Polymerized Toner provides superior halftone definition and better solid fills. This unique technology produces toner particles that are uniform in shape. For printing, this results in fine lines and text that are clearer and achieves remarkable quality gradation in pictures and illustrations. Konica Minoltas Digital Colour Polymerized Toner is also environmentally friendly, reducing emissions of CO 2, SO x and NO x during copying and printing.
Digital Polymerized Toner
*Based on a Konica Minolta comparison.
C R E AT E C O M P L E X D O C U M E N T S W I T H E A S E
The 8050 is compatible with a wide variety of media such as thick paper used for presentation covers and tab stock. You can also select from a range of paper sizes and types including gloss stock and up to A3 wide for prints or copies that include crop marks or for enlarging smaller difficult to read charts. The 8050 offers two finisher options a multi position Stapler finisher (FS-115) and a booklet-finisher (FS-215) for creating professional booklets. The booklet finisher option also offers 2 and 4 hole punching for a variety of finishing needs.
C O S T- E F F E C T I V E N E S S , Q U A L I T Y & F L E X I B I L I T Y K E Y T O S N A P F R A N C H I S E S E L E C T I N G K O N I C A M I N O LTA S COLOUR IMAGING SYSTEM
Sydney based, SNAP Printings North Ryde office is quick to list reasons for being the first Australian company to take delivery of a Konica Minolta 8050 digital colour imaging system. SNAP is happy to talk about the system especially in light of the 15,000 prints produced in the first week. The Konica Minolta 8050 appears ideal for short run, high-quality, colour print jobs, SNAP says. Because toner is laid down on a single pass and print registration is better. On one job, registration creep was less than 1mm on 500 prints, duplexed, allowing for easy cropping on full-page bleed. Print registration according to SNAP, has always been a problem with Digital Print Systems. SNAP is also impressed with the 8050s ability to produce solid block-colour one more thing digital colour systems have not always delivered. Because the 8050 is so easy to use, we dont need specialist staff to produce excellent results, SNAP says. This will also help us keep our costs lower. With other advantages such as the ability to handle some of the largest sheet sizes in the digital print market today, add gloss to finished output and scan jobs directly into the system (off the glass) SNAP believes it will quickly reach 50,000 impressions a month in quality, short-run print jobs. We selected the 8050 digital colour imaging system because its easy to use, reliable, robust and extremely cost effective compared with other digital colour printers currently available. The 8050 allows us to better address high-quality, shorter and targeted colour production jobs. SNAP Printing, North Ryde, Sydney
R E V E R S E A U T O M AT I C D O C U M E N T FEEDER (RADF)
The sheet through RADF performs high-speed scanning at 600 dpi resolution. The RADF also supports mixed-size originals in a single run.
H I G H - S P E E D S TA C K L E S S DUPLEXING
The 8050 optional Duplexing Document Feeder gives you stackless duplex copying. You can also double-side colour copies virtually as fast as single sided, even make 2-in-1 and 4-in-1 copies.
S TA P L I N G & H O L E - P U N C H I N G
The optional booklet-finisher FS-115 offers multiple stapling positions, sorting and hole punching for binding. The FS-215 also offers centre-folding and tri-folding capabilities to produce flyers and direct mailers ready for the envelope.
FLEXIBLE MEDIA SUPPORT
The Konica Minolta 8050 can easily handle a wide selection of media. The following stock is accepted: Original Size max.A3 (max. 303 x 438 mm) Paper Sizes A5R A3+ (max. 330 x 488mm) from trays 1,2,3 A6R A3+ (max. 330 x 488mm) from bypass + LCT Paper Weights 64 209gsm (trays 1,2,3); 64 256gsm (from bypass and LCT); Duplex A5 A3+ (330 x 488) Paper Supply 3 x 500 sheets (universal) + 250 sheets (bypass) Optional: 2,500 sheets (LCT); Total 4,250 sheets (90gsm)
Another plus has been the 8050s automatic colour matching abilities. While the system can be manually calibrated to reproduce precise corporate PMS colours, the 8050 automatically reproduced a corporate logo (in process blue) courtesy of EFIs Colourwise 3.0 software bundled with the machines printer controller.
L A R G E C A PA C I T Y T R AY *
Large capacity tray stacks 2,500 sheets and supports up to 256gsm.
*Air blowing with fan adopted for paper separation auxiliary.
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IP-901 Fiery Print Controller Type Console colour laser printer/copier with fixed platen Laser based tandem technology eKRDS User Operation Memory Capacity Touch sensitive display Std. 128 MB (x4) Add. 256 MB (x4) Total 384 (x4) or 1,536 MB max.A3 (max. 303 x 438 mm) A5R A3+ (max. 330 x 488mm) from trays 1,2,3 A6R A3+ (max. 330 x 488mm) from bypass + LCT 64 209gsm (trays 1,2,3); 64 256g/m2 (from bypass and LCT); Duplex A5 A3+ (330.2 x 482.6), paper weight: gsm 3 x 500 sheets (universal) + 250 sheets (bypass) Optional: 2,500 sheets (LCT); Total 4,250 sheets (90g/m2) 150 sheets Remote Diagnostics System which supports GSM and GPRS modems and secure e-mail communication with attachment (DES encoding available) 230 V / 15 A; 50 Hz Max. 3,400 Watt 794 x 889 x 1,056 mm (mainbody) 2,213 x 889 x 1,181 mm (mainbody + DF-319 + FS-215 + LT-211) 313 kg (mainbody) Colour Adjustment Hue, Saturation, Brightness, Sharpness, Contrast, Colour Balance, Density of R/G/B Print Speed (bw/c) Resolution Processor Memory Hard Drive Removable Media Compression 51/51 ppm 600 dpi Intel Pentium IV, 2.0 GHz 512 MB; upgrade max. 1 GB 60 GB DVD-ROM; optional USB ZIP 250 ECT
DESIGNED FOR RECYCLING AND RE-USE
Reusable electrical parts, including motor Parts made from recyclable plastic Double-sided tape that facilitates disassembly for reuse or recycling
Power Supply Power Consumption Dimensions (WxDxH)
Original Size Paper Sizes
Konica Minoltas exclusive Digital Toner offers advantages beside the improved imaging quality. Production of this polymerised toner reduces emissions of CO2, SOx and NOx vy 40% compared to the production of conventional toners.
Weight Paper Weights Accessories Platen Cover (CV-131) RADF (DF-319)
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EASY ON THE ENVIRONMENT
136 Ethernet (10/100/1000BaseT) RJ45 EtherTalk; IPX/SPX(NDS); TCP/IP, HTTP, SNMP, IPP Rip-While-Print; Continuous Print; Electronic Collation; Duplex; Sorting/Stapling; Booklet Printing; Thumbnail and Full Screen Preview (CWS); Job Merging/Editing (CWS); Fast Reprint; Media Server; Variable Data Printing 100 sheets (80g) A5 A3, Paper weight: Single-sided g/m2, Double-sided 50 200g/m2;OPM = 37 pages 2,500 sheets A4 (90g/m2); Paper sizes B5 A3+ (wide size 330 x 488mm); Paper weight: 50 256g/m2; Capacity: Non-staple 3,000 / staple mode 1,000 sheets; 3 positions / 50 sheets (80g/m2) Capacity: Non-staple 2,500 / staple mode 1,000 sheets; 4 positions / 50 sheets (80g/m2); Booklet: 20 sheets; Three fold mode for up to 3 sheets per set Interface Protocols The Konica Minolta 8050 was designed with the same commitment to reducing environmental burden that goes into all of our business equipment. From developing new technologies to reduce energy consumption to creating parts that meet the strictest environmental guidelines. With a slew of energy saving features like Power Saver mode, the Konica Minolta 8050 meets the guidelines established by the International Energy Star. The Konica Minolta 8050 has achieved the highest international standards including the German Blue Angel mark, Nordic Swan, ISO and EPA certification.
Print Quantity Selection Speed A4 = 51 ppm full colour, 51 ppm mono colour / b/w A3 = 27 ppm full colour, 27 ppm mono colour / b/w 600 x 600 dpi (copy/scan) 256 Approx. 7 minutes Approx. 7.6 sec.A4 (colour), approx. 6.0 sec.A4 (b/w) Zoom % in 0.1% increments Memory Reductions Enlargements Copy Functions 0.866 / 0.816 / 0.707 / 0.500, Hard Disk (HD-106) 1.154 / 1.224 / 1.414 / 2.000 Simplex, Duplex, Frame Erase, Proof & Print X/Y Zoom, Mirror Image, Copy Density (background, density, etc) Text, Photo, Text & Photo, Printed Image, Map Mode, Photo Image Paper, Copy Paper, Inkjet Paper Interrupt, Book Copy, 2-in-1, 4-in-1, 8-in-1, Booklet; Sheet/Cover Insertion (30 locations), Front/Back Cover; Stamp/Watermark*; Overlay*; etc. * Optional Only for Watermarks and Stamp functions 4 x 256 MB (MU-412) ED-100 GA Package Punching Kit (PK-120) Post Inserter (PI-110) Trimmer Unit (TU-109) Magnification Staple Finisher (FS-115)
Twain (Remote Scanning) and other scanning features Booklet Finisher (FS-215) PostScript Drivers Macintosh V.8.6 / 9.x / OS.x 10.2 or later Windows 95/98/2000/NT4/XP
Resolution Halftones Warm-up Time First Copy-Out Time
IP-901 Accessories FACI Kit Fiery Advance Controller Interface
DocBuilder Pro Vers. 1.5 Retro-compatible ES-1000 EFI Photo Spectrometer for ICC Profiling EFI Densitometer Graphics Art Package
Image Manipulation Functions Image Type (Originals)
IC ECOLAB RD
Product appearance, configuration and/or specifications are subject to change without notice. Fiery is a registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and certain other foreign jurisdictions. Fiery WebScan is a trademark of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. Windows TWAIN scanning is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. PCL is a registered trademark or trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. Adobe and PostScript are registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. All other brand and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.
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