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SSD SUPPORT SOLUTIONS
EP2080 - ALL ACTIVE SOLUTIONS October 2006
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Description Item numbers for Parts or Service Manuals. Solution Please refer to the COPIER/FAX/COLOR PUBLICATIONS PRICE LIST. Note: To view the above PDF, Acrobat* Reader must be installed. Acrobat Reader can be downloaded for free from the Adobe* Web site at: [[http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html| URL http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html]] * Trademark ownership information
Description Thermostat replacement precautions for all models using Faston Terminals. Solution CAUSE: Damage to the Faston terminal when replacing the thermostat to the Faston terminal can result in the generation of heat and cause the plastic insulating material around the terminal to melt. SOLUTION: See Bulletin Number 5005 for details. Note: To view the PDF, Acrobat* Reader must be installed. Acrobat Reader can be downloaded for free from the Adobe* Web site at: [[http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html| URL http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html]] * Trademark ownership information
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Thank you for choosing Minolta. This operators manual explains how to operate the copier and replenish its supplies. It also gives some troubleshooting tips as well as general precautions to be observed when operating the copier. To ensure the best performance and effective use of your copier, read this manual carefully until yo u familiarize yourself thoroughly with its operation and features. After you have read through the manual, keep it for ready reference. Please use this manual as a quick and handy reference tool for immediately clarifying any questions which may arise.
CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity)
We declare under our sole responsibility that the copier and options to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the specifications below. This declaration is valid for the area of the European Union (EU) only. Product Type Product Name Options Standards Copying Machine EP2080 PF-204, PF-104, PF-4D, AFR-12, AF-5, ST-104, S-106, ST-210, S-207, AD-8, D-102, DT-103, Plug-In Counter Safety : EN / 1992 (Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business equipment) EMC : EN (Class B) / 1995 (Limits and method for measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of information technology equipment (ITE)) EN 55 082-1 / 1992 (Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic immunity standard Part1: Residential, commercial and light industry) IEC 801-2 / 1991 (Electrostatic discharge requirement) IEC 801-3 / 1984 (Radiated electromagnetic field requirement) IEC 801-4 / 1988 (Electrical fast transient / burst requirement) : 73 / 23 / EEC and 93 / 68 / EEC art. 13 : 89 / 336 / EEC and 93 / 68 / EEC art. 5
Terms and Symbols for the Type of Originals and Copy Paper
Feeding Direction (copy paper path) "Width" and "Length" Terms and Symbols Used for Originals ([ ]) and Copy Paper ([ ])
Chapter 1 Safety Notes
1. Installing the Copier p. 2
Installation Site Power Source Space Requirements
2. Precautions for Use p. 3
Operating Environment Using the Copier Properly Moving the Copier Care of Copier Supplies
Chapter 2 Getting to Know About Your Copier
1. Typical Types of Copies You Can Make with Your Copier p. 6 2. System Overview p. 8 3. Copier Parts and Accessories p. 10 4. Control Panel Keys and Indicators p. 16 5. Using the Touch Panel p. 18
What is the Touch Panel? How the Screen is Organized Operating the Touch Panel
6. Turning ON and OFF and Initial Mode p. 20
Turning ON and OFF Initial Mode
7. Auxiliary Functions p. 21
Panel Resetting Auto Panel Reset Auto Copy Start Auto Power-OFF Energy Saver Interrupt Mode Check Access Number
Chapter 3 Making Copies
1. Basic Copying Overview p. 24 2. Placing Originals p. 26 3. Manual Bypass Copying p. 32 4. Basic Functions
Copy Paper Size p. 34 Zoom Ratio p. 36 Image Density p. 40
5. Selecting the Original
1 [2in1] 2 2[2in1] 1[2in1] 1 2[2in1] 1 Book 1 Book 2
Copy Type p.42
Getting to Know About Your Copier Chapter 3 Making Copies
6. Finishing Mode p. 48
Non-Sort Sort Sort Staple Group Hole Punch Manual Staple Auto Dual Function
7. Auxiliary Functions p. 58
Cover p. 58 Auto Original Count p. 61 Page Insertion p. 62 OHP Interleaving p. 68 File Margin p. 72 Edge/Frame Erase p. 74
Chapter 4 Using the User Mode
Chapter 5 When a Message Appears
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
Chapter 7 Miscellaneous
1. Job Memory Input and Job Recall p. 78
Job Memory Input Recalling a Job from Memory
2. Zoom Memory Input p. 82 3. Meter Count, Toner Replenisher, and Drum Dehumidifier p. 83 4. Users Choice p. 84
Users Choice Functions p. 84 Making the Users Choice Settings p. 90 Copy Track Function p. 92
5. Data Send p. 100
1. When the Message "The current Paper Drawer is empty." Appears p. 102 2. When the Message "Replenish Toner." Appears p. 106 3. When the Message "The Staple Cartridge is empty." Appears p. 108 4. When the Message "A paper misfeed has been detected." Appears p. 112
1st Drawer 2nd Drawer Control Panel Original Cover Power Switch
Multi Bypass Tray : Holds up to 50 sheets of plain paper, as well as thick paper, OHP transparencies, and other special paper. p. Multi Bypass Tray : Slide this Extender out when using large-size copy paper. Extender : Open to clear a paper misfeed. 11 Right Door 12 Total Counter : Shows the total number of copies made so far.
13 Paper Descent Key : Press when adding paper or clearing a paper misfeed. pp. 102, 116
3. Copier Parts and Accessories Inside the Copier
Lock Release Lever : Turn clockwise to swing up the Upper Half of the copier to clear a paper misfeed. Toner Bottle : Swing open to replace the Toner Bottle. p. 106 Holder Original Pad : Holds the original in position on the Original Glass. Original Glass : Place the original face down on this Glass.
Corona Unit : Operate the Lever to clean the corresponding Corona Unit if unwanted Cleaning Lever lines are produced on the copy. p. 139 (Upper/Lower) Imaging Unit Lock : Operate when replacing the Imaging Unit. Release Lever (For Technical Representative only) Dehumidifier : Turn ON to prevent condensation from forming on the PC Drum when Switch power is turned OFF. (For Technical Representative only Fusing Unit Lock : Hold onto this Handle when lifting the Upper Half of the Fusing Unit. p. 113 Handle
3. Copier Parts and Accessories Options 5 8
Automatic Document Feeder / Duplexing Document Feeder
Document Exit Tray Document Feed Tray Extender Document Feed Tray Document Guide Plate Single Feed Tray Document Turnover/Exit Unit Door Lock Release Key : Receives originals that are automatically ejected from the Document Feeder. : Pull out when loading large-size originals. : Load the originals face up on this tray. : Slide the plate as necessary to the size of the originals. : Place a single sheet of original on the tray to make a copy or copies of it. p. 30 : Hold down when opening the Document Turnover/Exit Unit Door. p. 120 *Duplexing Document Feeder only
10-Bin Sorter / Staple Sorter
9 Stapler Door Sort Bins Lock Release Lever : Open to replace the Staple Cartridge. p. 108 *Staple Sorter only : Hold sorted or grouped copies. : Press to unlock the sorter. pp. 108, 121
3. Copier Parts and Accessories
20-Bin Sorter / Staple Sorter
Stapler Door Sort Bins Non-Sort Bin : Open to replace the Staple Cartridge. p. 108 *Staple Sorter only : Hold sorted or grouped copies. : Holds copies made in the Non-Sort mode.
press the book hard on the Original Glass, as trouble could result.
will result in copies with pages in incorrect order. Do not look directly at the Original Glass surface as a strong beam of light is emitted.
32 3. Manual Bypass Copying
Use the Manual Bypass to make copies on paper not loaded in any drawer, or to copy onto transparencies, translucent paper, or any other special paper. When using the Multi Bypass Tray, you can load multiple sheets of copy paper.
Copy Paper That Can be Used for Manual Bypass
xTypes of Paper Plain paper (weighing 60g/m to 90g/m ) Thick paper (weighing 90g/m to 157g/m ) Transparencies, translucent paper xPaper Size Max. Size: 297mm 432mm Minimum Size: 100mm 140mm xCapacity of the Multi Bypass Tray Plain paper. Up to 50 sheets Plain paper (once-copied paper). Up to 20 sheets Thick paper, transparencies, translucent paper. Up to 20 sheets.
Using the Multi Bypass Tray
Place the original on the Original Glass and make the control panel settings. NOTE The following functions cannot be selected for Manual Bypass: Auto Paper, Auto Size, Book, any of the finishing modes other than Non-Sort, 2-sided copying, margin by reduction, Erase, and 2-in-1 separation.
Load a neat stack of copy paper onto the Tray and insert it until it stops.
Slide the Multi Bypass Tray Extender out when using large-size copy paper.
Swing down the Multi Bypass Tray. Slide the Guide Plate to the size of the copy paper.
The paper should be loaded no higher than the w (Max. Level Indicator). Before inserting, fan the paper stack well if you are using transparencies or translucent paper. Correct any curl if you are using thick paper.
3. Manual Bypass Copying
Check that Manual is selected on the Touch Panel.
If Manual is not selected, touch Paper and then select Manual.
Using the Key Pad, set the number of copies to be made.
Press the Start Key to start the copy cycle.
34 4. Basic Functions
In the following pages, we explain how to make the basic settings (copy paper, zoom ratio, and exposure level) to make copies. Basic Screen
Paper Key: Touch this key to show a screen which allows you to select the paper size. Zoom key: Touch this key to show a screen which allows you to select the zoom ratio.
: Disabling 2-sided copying
This setting precludes 2-sided copying.
When you touch Zoom on the Touch Panel, a screen appears that allows you to set the zoom ratio. You have six different ways to choose from to set the zoom ratio. Select one according to your need. Zoom Ratio Range: 0.500 to 2.00
In the Auto Size mode, the copier automatically selects the zoom ratio according to the size of the original being used and the copy paper size selected for use.
Selecting a Ratio from among Fixed Ones
The copier provides most frequently used zoom ratios ready for immediate use.
Touch Auto Size to set the copier into the Auto Size mode.
Touch the appropriate original-tocopy-size representation key. You have three reduction and three enlargement ratios.
Select the paper size. (Copy Paper Size p. 34)
When you touch Full Size , full size (1.000) is selected.
Useful Tip This mode is very helpful for neat filing when you need to make copies from originals of assorted sizes.
For a Slightly Smaller Image
This function lets you make a copy slightly reduced in image size from that of the original.
Using Zoom Up/Down Keys
Pressing the w or v key changes the zoom ratio shown in 0.001 increments. You can keep touching the key to change the ratio quickly.
Hold down the w or v key until the desired zoom ratio is reached.
A ratio of 0.930 has been
Useful Tip To save time, first select the fixed zoom ratio nearest to the target ratio before using the w or v key.
factory-programmed in Minimal, but that ratio can be changed as necessary. p. 82 It comes in handy for making a copy, without losing any portion of the original image, from an original which has an image area covering its entire surface.
Using the 10-Key Pad
You may use the 10-Key Pad to directly enter the zoom ratio.
Calling up a Ratio from Memory
You can store some of the most frequently used zoom ratios in memory and recall them later as necessary.
Touch User Set.
Enter the desired zoom ratio from the 10-Key Pad.
From among the two ratios previously stored in memory, select the desired one.
Example: 1.300 Press 1, 3, 0, and 0, in that order. Useful Tip
To correct a ratio, press the Clear key and then enter the correct one again.
Its a good idea for you to store frequently used zoom ratios in memory. p. 39
Storing a Ratio in Memory
Touch memory location key 1 or 2 in which to store the set zoom ratio.
shown on the key, indicating that it has been stored in memory. NOTES
When a new ratio is stored, the old one
The custom zoom ratios may be stored
in memory by using the User Mode. p. 82
Example: 1.300 Press 1, 3, 0, and 0, in that order.
* When the key is touched, the ratio is
When you touch Exposure on the Touch Panel, a screen appears that allows you to set the exposure level or image density. You have a choice of three different ways to adjust the exposure level: Auto Exposure, Manual Exposure, or Photo mode. Select the appropriate mode according to your particular needs.
In the Manual Exposure mode, you can vary the exposure level in nine steps.
When in the Auto Exposure mode, the copier automatically adjusts the exposure level for the optimum copy image density. Touch Auto. The Auto key is highlighted, indicating that the copier is set into the Auto Exposure mode.
Touch Lighter or Darker as necessary.
<To make the image darker> Touch Darker. <To make the image lighter> Touch Lighter.
The exposure level in the Auto
Exposure mode can be made either "Darker" or "Lighter" by using Users Choice. p. 85 The copier has been factory-set to automatically select the Auto Exposure mode. Users Choice can be used to change this default setting to the Manual Exposure mode. p. 85
The copier can make a faithful reproduction of an original having a halftone image such as photos. The image density of the photo may be varied in nine steps.
Touch Photo. The Photo key is highlighted, indicating that the copier is set into the Photo mode.
NOTE When making copies in the Photo Mode, Auto Exposure does not operate. Select the desired exposure level in the Manual Exposure Mode.
42 5. Selecting the Original
In the following pages, lets look at how we should make the settings for the type of copy we want to make from the type of original we have. When you touch Orig. Copy on the Touch Panel, a screen appears that allows you to set the orig. copy type.
<Only when an Automatic/Duplexing Document Feeder is mounted> Select 1-[2in1] 1 to make 1-sided page-by-page copies of a 1-sided original which is the result of 2-in-1 copying. * You need twice as many sheets of copy paper as the original.
Copy Type Margin key for the original:
When youre going to make copies using
or 2 1, first check to see if your original has a file margin in it. The copier makes a necessary correction of margin position to make good copies out of it as long as you instruct it properly. Original with a File Margin
Original with no File Margin
Touch the key corresponding to the desired original-to-copy type.
If your original has a file margin
Check your original for a margin. Touch Margin. Select the margin width from among 5
NOTE When you make copies from a book, select the correct key according to whether the book is bound on the left or on the right (R-Book).
mm, 10 mm, 15 mm, and 20 mm displayed under Originals Margin. Touch Enter.
If your original has no file margin
There is no need of your making any setting.
# of Origs key
If youre going to make copies using 1
2, 1 [2in1], or 1 2-[2in1], you need to set the number of your originals. Then the copier can arrange the pages in correct order.
When you know the number of originals
Enter the number of originals from the
10-Key Pad. NOTES
The maximum number of originals you
can set is 61.
To correct a wrong number, press the
Clear key, then enter the correct number.
If you want the document feeder to count the number of originals for you
Select Auto Count to let the document feeder count the number of originals.
Load your originals into the document
Press the Start key.
*The document feeder starts feeding the originals loaded in it to count the number of originals. (At this time, no copy cycle is run.)
Unload the originals ejected onto the
Document Exit Tray and reload them onto the Document Feed Tray. Then, press the Start key to make copies.
Touch Touch Touch
# of Origs. Even or Odd as appropriate. Enter.
5. Selecting the Original Copy Type
Some Precautions for Making Copies
Loading the Originals
Use the following procedure when loading originals to make 1-sided copies from 2-sided originals (2 1). Load the originals crosswise. If the originals are loaded lengthwise, the directions of the copy images will be mixed up.
2-Sided Originals Loaded Crosswise
1-Sided Copies 2-Sided Originals Loaded Lengthwise 1-Sided Copies
Precautions for Book Copying
Placing the Book on the Glass Correctly
that the top edge of the book is at the rear side. Make copies in descending order of page. When Book Copy is selected, the zoom ratio is automatically set to 1.000. Select the desired zoom ratio and copy paper size. Users Choice allows you to program a default zoom ratio, paper size, margin setting, and erase setting. p. 87
Precautions for 2-in-1 Copying
When the 2-in-1 function is selected, the copier automatically selects a reduction ratio. You
can nonetheless make a full-size copy.
If the Frame + Center Erase function is selected, you can eliminate shadows which would
otherwise be produced along the edges and down the center of the copy.
Users Choice allows you to program a default zoom ratio, paper size, margin setting, and erase
setting. p. 87
Precautions for 2-in-1 Separation Copying
When the 2-in-1 separation function is selected, the copier automatically selects an enlargement
ratio. You can nonetheless make a full-size copy.
48 6. Finishing Mode
In the following, we explain about different finishing functions and setting procedures. When Finishing is touched on the Touch Panel, a screen appears that allows you to set a particular finishing function.
All copies are fed out without being sorted, Originals Copies
grouped, stapled, or punched.
Copies Originals 1st Bin
<Only when a Sorter or Staple Sorter is mounted>
This function is effective when making
multiple copies from multiple originals. Copies are sorted into complete sets of the originals.
<Only when a Staple Sorter is mounted>
multiple copies from multiple originals. Copies are sorted into complete sets of the originals and then stapled.
Load the originals so that the punched holes in them are located as shown below. Correct: Original Copy
Punched Hole Position
Auto Dual Function
Each of the Sort Bins holds up to 50 (*25) sheets of paper. The Auto Dual function, however, allows sorting of copies of up to 100 (*50) originals under certain conditions. NOTE All figures in the following text are given based on the 20-Bin Staple Sorter and 20-Bin Sorter. Figures marked with * are for the 10-Bin Staple Sorter.
Auto Dual Function in Sort Mode
When 10 (*5) or less copies are made from an original set consisting of more than 50 (*25) pages in Sort Mode, the Auto Dual function is automatically activated to allow the Sorter or Staple Sorter to continue sorting copies using the 11th (*6th) to 20th (*10th) Bins.
Copies 1st to 50th (25th) sorted copies 51st to 100th (*26th to 50th) sorted copies
Bins Used 1st to 10th (*5th) Bins 11th to 20th (*6th to 10th) Bins
the number of copies selected exceeds 10 (*5), the copy cycle stops at the 50th (*25th) original. Example: Making 3 copy sets of a 30-page original set using a 10-Bin Staple Sorter
30-Page Original Set
Each of the top three bins contains 25 sorted copies. Each of the 6th to 8th Bins contains 5 sorted copies.
To have a complete set from the originals, place the copies from the 6th Bin on top of those from th e 1st Bin. In the same way, place the copies from the 7th Bin on top of those from the 2nd Bin, and so on.
Auto Dual Function in Sort Staple Mode
When 10 (*5) or fewer copies are made from an original set consisting of more than 51 (*26) originals in Sort Staple Mode and Auto Dual is activated, Sort Staple is automatically switched to Sort (no stapling takes place).
Auto Dual Function in Group Mode
When more than 51 (*26) copies are to be grouped together into one group, the Sorter or Staple Sorter uses the subsequent bin to continue grouping the copies.
1st to 50th (*25th) copies 51st (*26th) to subsequent copies 3rd to Nth: Same way up to the 20th (*10th)
Bins Used 1st Bin 2nd Bin
Copies of 2nd original 3rd Bin: 25 4th Bin: 10
Auto Dual Function in Non-Sort Mosde
The capacity of the Non-Sort Bin (*1st Bin) is 100(*50) in Non-Sort. If more than 100(*50) copies are made in Non-Sort, the Sorter uses the 1st (*2nd), 2nd (*3rd), and subsequent bins to hold those excess copies.
The maximum number of originals that Chapter 3
can be entered is 61.
Press the Clear key to correct a
number entry. Useful Tip
The copier offers a function that automatically counts the number of originals (Auto Count). To use this feature, see p. 62.
Load your originals into the document feeder and press the Start key.
Auto Original Count
The copier offers a feature that automatically counts the number of originals. It can be used by touching Auto Count.
Touch Auto Count.
The document feeder starts feeding
the originals loaded on it to counter the number of originals. (At this time, no copy cycle is run.)
Load your originals into the document feeder.
Unload the originals ejected onto the Document Exit Tray and reload them onto the Document Feed Tray. Then, press the Start key.
Using the Auto Count Function
Press the Start key to start the original count sequence.
Page Insertion allows you to insert a blank sheet of paper (e.g., colored paper) into the copy set. Two different functions are available. Select the appropriate one according to your need. *The Page Insertion key is shown only when the copier is equipped with a document feeder.
Page Insertion <Copied Inserts>
Original Set Specify Page 2 for Insert. Copy Set
The copier copies the page, which is specified for an insert, on paper for inserts (e.g., colored paper).
Page Insertion <Non-Copied Inserts>
The copier inserts a blank sheet of paper for inserts (e.g., colored paper) at any specified place between pages.
Original Set Specify Page 2 for Insert. Insert
Specifying the Place for an Insert
In the Page Insertion mode, you must specify where to place an insert. Two ways are available to specify the insert places, either ADF Detection or 10-Key Input. ADF Detection (automatic detection) Put a sheet of paper of a different size from the originals at your desired places in the original set (for convenience, let us call this paper the insert marker), load the original set onto the document feeder, and let the copier start the original count sequence. p. 64 <The copier automatically detects and sets the places for inserts.> NOTE
ADF Detection cannot be operated when the Mixed Original Detection mode is set.
Copy Set Original Set Copy Set Insert Insert
Insert Marker Example: 2nd from top
10-Key Input Using the 10-Key Pad, define the places for inserts. p. 66 <Up to 20 places can be defined.>
NOTE You must follow certain rules when placing the original. "Loading the Originals for Edge/Frame Erase" p. 76
15mm 15mm 20mm 20mm 1145O414AA
Select the particular erase function ("Position").
If you want to erase the 20-mm-wide center margin on the original, that is reduced to 14 mm on the copy, select 15 mm for the erase width.
Select the erase "Width."
Press the Start Key. The copy cycle is run for Edge/Frame Erase.
Place the original.
Loading the Originals for Edge/Frame Erase
Erase Function Original Placement
Left Edge Erase
Right Edge Erase
Top Edge Erase
Frame + Center Erase
This chapter explains about the functions that are made available by using the User Mode key, i.e., Job Memory Input, Zoom Memory Input, Meter Count, Toner Replenisher, Drum Dehumidifier, Users Choice, and Data Send.
Using the User Mode
1. Job Memory Input and Job Recall Job Memory Input p. 78 Recalling a Job from Memory p. 81 2. Zoom Memory Input p. 82 3. Meter Count, Toner Replenisher, and Drum Dehumidifier p. 83 4. Users Choice Users Choice Functions p. 84 Making the Users Choice Settings p. 90 Copy Track Function p. 92 5. Data Send p. 100
78 1. Job Memory Input and Job Recall
Job Memory Input
Up to 10 different, frequently used copying job programs can be stored in memory and recalled later as necessary. If "100 Accounts" or "1000 Accounts" is selected for "Copy Track" of Administrator Mode under Users Choice, five more jobs can be stored in memory for each account (only for account #1 to #10), in addition to the ordinary jobs.
Storing a Job
Set up the job you want to store in memory.
Select any one of the 10 job number keys from 1 to 10. (For Account Job, select any number from 1 to 5.) Touch a job number key marked with.
Press the User Mode key.
The copier malfunctioned and is unable to make copies.
Please add toner (Instructions for adding toner are on the inside of the front cover). Please replenish toner soon:
Toner has run out and the copier is unable to make copies.
Toner is soon running out.
The Staple Cartridge is empty. Please replace.
The staples have run out.
The section indicated by is open. A copier door is left open or an Please close it properly. option is not attached properly and the copier is unable to make copies. The time has come when the copier Preventative Maintenance Time! Please call your technical rep. and needs service and the copier is unable to make copies. provide the following code: Call for Maintenance soon: The time has come when the copier needs service. A copy or copies are left in the Copies have been left in the Duplex Unit. Please remove them Duplex Unit and the copier is unable to make copies. before proceeding any further. The Sorter Bin capacity has been Sorter has reached its capacity. Please remove all the copies before reached and the copier is unable to make copies. proceeding any further. You try to use the document feeder Original(s) have been left on the when there is an original left on the Glass. Please lift the cover and Original Glass. remove them.
A paper misfeed has been detected. A misfeed has occurred and no Please remove the misfeed at q. copy cycle can be initiated.
6. What Does Each Message Mean?
Original(s) left on the Glass. 2-sided copying is not possible on paper sizes less than A5 size. Sorting or Grouping is not possible with A5 , B6 or 5-1/2 8-1/2 paper sizes. Stapling is not possible on paper sizes less than B5 size. Hole-Punching is only possible with A3 and A4 sizes. Matching paper size isnt available. Reselect paper size or change zoom. Matching paper size isnt available. Please change direction of original.
Auto Sizing is not possible. Select another zoom method or paper size.
Please load Cover paper into the source indicated below. Please load Insert sheets into the indicated paper source.
Chapter 7 Power Source Power Consumption Dimensions Weight
1. Specifications Staple Sorter ST-104
No. of Bins Modes Kinds of Paper Sort Bins : 10 Non-Sort Mode, Sort Mode, Group Mode, Sort-Staple Mode Non-Sort Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper Special Paper T Thick paper, Transparencies, Translucent paper Sort Mode, Group Mode, Sort-Staple Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper Non-Sort Mode, Sort Mode, Group Mode : A5L to A3L Sort-Staple Mode: B5L to A3L Non-Sort Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper 1st bin : 50 sheets 2nd to 10th bin : 25 sheets / bin Special Paper 1st bin only : 10 sheets / bin Sort Mode, Group Mode, Sort-Staple Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper 1st to 10th bin : 25 sheets / bin DC24V supplied from copier 72W or less Width : 400mm Depth : 562m Height : 15.8 kg Staple Cartridge, 5,000 staples / cartridge 1 piece
Power Source Power Consumption Dimensions Weight Accessories
Staple Sorter ST-210
No. of Bins Modes Kinds of Paper Non-Sort Bin + 20 Sort Bins Non-Sort Mode, Sort Mode, Group Mode, Sort-Staple Mode, Hole Punch Mode Non-Sort Mode, Hole Punch Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper Special Paper T Thick paper, Transparencies, Translucent paper Sort Mode, Group Mode, Sort-Staple Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper Non-Sort Mode, Sort Mode, Group Mode : A5L to A3L Sort-Staple Mode: A4L to A3L Hole Punch Mode: A4C, A3L Non-Sort Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper Non-Sort bin: 100 sheets 1st bin to 20th bin: 50 sheets/bin Total: 1,100 sheets (A4 or smaller, weighing 80 g/m2) Total: 600 sheets (Larger than A4, weighing 80 g/m 2 ) Special Paper Transparencies: 10 sheets (Max. paper size A4) Thick paper, Translucent paper: 10 sheets Sort Mode, Group Mode, Sort-Staple Mode Plain paper, Recycled paper 1st bin to 20th bin: 50 sheets/bin Total: 1,000 sheets (A4 or smaller, weighing 80 g/m2) Total: 600 sheets (Larger than A4, weighing 80 g/m 2 ) Acceptable paper size: A4C, A3L Punch Hole: 4 Hole DC24V supplied from copier 72W or less Width : 425mm Depth : 605mm Height : 960mm 44.5 kg Staple Cartridge, 5,000 staples / cartridge 1 piece
Punching Power Source Power Consumption Dimensions Weight Accessories
1. Specifications Paper Feed Cabinet PF-204 (2-Drawer Type)
Kinds of Paper Copy Paper Size Paper Feeding System Power Source Dimensions Weight Plain paper, Recycled paper : Weighing 60g/m 2 to 90g/m 2 3rd Drawer : A5L to A3L 4th Drawer : 210mm280mmL to A3L Automatic feeding from drawer Total Drawer Capacity : 1,000 sheets (500sheets 2) DC24V supplied from copier Width : 610mm Depth : 595mm Height : 35.2 kg
Paper Feed Cabinet PF-104 (1-Drawer Type)
Kinds of Paper Copy Paper Size Paper Feeding System Power Source Dimensions Weight Plain paper, Recycled paper : Weighing 60 g/m 2 to 90g/m 2 3rd Drawer : A4C Automatic feeding from drawer Drawer Capacity : 2,500 sheets (80g/m 2 ) DC24V supplied from copier Width : 610mm Depth : 595mm Height : 36.5 kg
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