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|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. 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. 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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|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...|
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IP Series Print Controller
Thank you very much for purchasing the Konica Print Controller. This User's Manual includes instructions for printing, handling the machine correctly, and safety precautions. Please read this manual before performing any printing operations or using the equipment in any way. To maintain satisfactory printing performance, please read this manual before printing or using the equipment in any way.
2002 by Konica Business Technologies, Inc.
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Konica Business Technologies, Inc. has made every effort to ensure that the information in this manual is complete and accurate. However, constant efforts are also being made to improve and update the product. Therefore, Konica Business Technologies, Inc. shall not be liable for errors in this manual or for any consequential damages resulting from the use of this manual. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. FEDERAL OR STATE STATUTES MAY PROHIBIT THE COPYING OF CERTAIN DOCUMENTS OR INFORMATION, RESULTING IN FINES OR IMPRISONMENT FOR VIOLATORS.
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The Konica print controller is designed to be a built-in server for the Konica printer/copier. It enables direct printing from Windows-compliant computers. It can also enable use of the copier as a network printer when an internal network interface card is used.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential area. 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 or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the distance between the equipment and the receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit other than the circuit to which the receiver is connected. Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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If you selected [Local printer], proceed to Step 8. If you selected [Network printer], input the [Network path or queue name], or click the [Browse] button to select it, then click the [Next ] button.
For [Drives], select the CD-ROM drive. For [Folders], double-click the [\English \Driver\AdobePS\Win9x_Me] folder.
[oemsetup.inf] is displayed as the [File name:].
Ensure that [Konica IP-432 PostScript] is displayed in [Printers], then click the [Next ] button.
Right click the [Konica IP-432 PostScript] icon, then select [Properties].
The [Konica IP-432 PostScript Properties] screen is displayed.
Click the [Device Options] tab.
From among the [Installable options] [Finisher], [Drawer Base], [Large Capacity Tray], and [Memory Configuration], select those options that are installed on the copier, then change the contents.
Click the [OK] button. When the option settings are complete, the options can be used with the printer driver.
Once the printing system and the computer have been connected and the printer driver installed, printing is possible. Try printing an actual document. You can check printing by executing the test print from the printer driver properties screen or by printing from an application. Print settings The basic print settings are made from the printer driver [Properties] or the applications [Print] screen. When making the print settings from the applications [Print] screen, the settings you make are not saved after that application ends. For details on making the print settings from the printer driver [Properties] screen, refer to [3-1. Setting Printer Functions] ( Page 117).
Executing a test print
The test print prints the standard Windows test page.
From the taskbar, select [Start] - [Settings] - [Printers]. The [Printers] screen is displayed. Right click the printer icon, then select [Properties].
The printer driver [Properties] screen is displayed.
Select the [General] tab, then click the [Print Test Page] button.
The test page is printed and the check screen is displayed.
After checking the printing, click the [Yes] button.
From [Look in], select the CD-ROM drive, then double-click the [\English\Driver \AdobePS\Win2000_XP] folder.
[OEMSETUP] is displayed as the [File name:].
If the test page is printed correctly, click the [OK] button.
Once the printing system and the computer have been connected and the printer driver installed, printing is possible. Try printing an actual document. You can check printing by executing the test print from the printer driver properties or by printing from an application. Print settings The basic print settings are made from the printer driver [Properties] or the applications [Print] screen. When making the print settings from the applications [Print] screen, the settings you make are not saved after that application ends. For details on making the print settings from the printer driver [Properties] screen, refer to [3-1. Setting Printer Functions] ( Page 124).
After checking the printing, click the [OK] button.
This method prints data with the [Print] command from an application.
Open data with the application, then execute [Print]. The [Print] screen is displayed. Ensure that the name of the printer you want to print on is selected in [Select Printer]. If this printer is not selected, click its icon to select it.
Set the print range and the number of copies, then click the [Print] button. Check that the specified pages are printed.
2-6. Using this Printing System with Windows XP
Install the printer driver on the computer running Windows XP. Have the [User software CD] CD-ROM on hand.
When a new printer is added, the range of allowable operations can be specified according to the security level (access rights) of the user. The Windows XP printer access rights and range of operations are as follows. After installing the printer driver, set the access rights for users.
G For details on setting printer access rights, refer to the Windows XP System Guide.
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Log on with an account that has [computer administrator] rights. Put the [User software CD] in the computer's CD-ROM drive. From the taskbar, select [Start] - [Printers and Faxes].
The [Printer and Faxes] screen is displayed.
Click the [Add a printer] icon.
When connecting the printer directly to the PC, select [Local printer attached to this computer]. When printing via the network with the printing system connected to another PC, select [A Network printer, or a printer attached to another computer]. ( Page 76)
Ensure that the [Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer] checkbox is not checked. Before you can select [Network printer server], the network controller and PC network settings must be complete. For details, consult your network administrator.
Check the [Collate] checkbox.
From the Adobe PS driver properties, select the [Device Options] tab. In [Printer features], select [Collate]
In [Change setting for] select [Sort].
Outputting sorted into separate sets of copies (Offset)
When printing multiple copies, this shifts the output position for each set. This is handy when outputting multiple copies to a single output tray.
G When the copier optional paper output unit is installed, the paper is output with its position shifted for each set. When the paper output unit is not installed, the paper is output with the direction changed for each set.
When there is a paper output unit
When there is no paper output unit
In [Offset], select [On].
From the Adobe PS driver properties, select the [Device Options] tab. In [Printer features], select [Job Offset]
In [Change setting for], select [On].
Portrait and Landscape Stapling with the papers joined lengthwise is called [Portrait] and stapling with the papers joined widthwise is called [Landscape]. Number of staples and their locations The pages are bound on either the left or right side of the paper. For stapling, you can select one- or two-point stapling.
For details on the stapling positions, refer to the copier user's manual.
The types of stapling that can be selected are as follows.:
G Stapling cannot be selected when any of the following settings are in effect: When the [Paper Size] is [B6] When the [Media Type] is [OHP (Transparency], [OHP Interleave (Blank)], or [OHP Interleave (print)] When [Combination] is set When [Sort] is not set
In [Staple], select the number and location of the staples.
To set either portrait or landscape, change the [Orientation] setting.
From the Adobe PS driver properties, select the [Device Options] tab. In [Printer features], select [Stapling].
In [Change setting for], select the number and location of the staples.
This punches holes in the document. Portrait and Landscape Punching the papers joined lengthwise is called [Portrait] and punching the papers joined widthwise is called [Landscape]. Left This punches holes on the left side of the document. Used to fasten the page from the left side.
Right This punches holes on the right side of the document. Used to fasten the page from the right side.
Top This punches holes on the top side of the document. Used to fasten the page from the top.
Punch count settings are different every destination. 2 Holes [2/3 Hole Type] (for U.S. and Canada market area only) 3 Holes [2/3 Hole Type] (for U.S. and Canada market area only) 4 Holes [4 Hole Type]
G Punch holes cannot be selected when any of the following settings are in effect: When the [Paper Size] is [A5], [B6], [Tabloid], or [Statement] When the [Media Type] is [Plain paper] When [Combination] is set G Depending on the setting for [Paper Size], [Orientation], [Pages per sheet], or [Staple], some part of the settings can be limited.
In [Punch], select the number and location of the punch.
In [Punch Holes], select the number of the punch holes.
From the Adobe PS driver properties, select the [Device Options] tab. In [Printer features], select [Punch].
In [Change setting for], select the location of the punch. In [Printer features], select [Punch Holes].
In [Change setting for], select the number of the punch holes.
Attaching a front cover/back cover (Front cover/Back cover)
This prints attaching a front cover or back cover. Front cover This prints a front cover. For the front cover, select either [Blank] or [Printed]. For [Blank], one sheet of white paper is added. For [Printed], the first page of the data is printed on the front cover.
When the front cover is set to [Blank]
When the front cover is set to [Printed]
Back cover This prints attaching a back cover. For the back cover, select either [Blank] or [Printed]. For [Blank], one sheet of white paper is added. For [Printed], the last page of the data is printed on the back cover.
When the back cover is set to [Blank]
When the back cover is set to [Printed]
Input tray Select the tray in which the paper for the front cover/back cover is. Select a tray with paper the same size as the main text.
G Front cover/back cover cannot be set when any of the following settings are in effect: When the [Paper Size] is [B6], [Legal], or [Statement] When a [Media Type] of [OHP (Transparency)], [OHP Interleave (Blank)], or [OHP Interleave (Print)] is selected When [Combination] is set When [Collate/Sort] is not set
From the PCL [Properties], select the [Cover] tab.
Check the [Front Cover] or [Back Cover] checkbox.
For the back cover, select either [Blank] or [Printed]. Select the [Tray] containing the paper to use as the front cover/back cover.
From the Adobe PS driver properties, select the [Device Options] tab. In [Printer features], select [Front Cover] and/or [Back Cover].
In [Change setting for], select [Printed] or [Blank]. In [Printer features], select [Front/Back Cover Tray] In [Change setting for], select the input tray in which the paper for the front cover/back cover is set.
3-5. Making Image Settings
This makes settings concerning the print quality for photographs and other images. Image settings are made with the PCL driver [Graphics] tab.
This is expressed by changing the density of the black and white dots making up the image. Select dither for printing at high speed. The choices that can be selected are as follows. Solid Black and White: The image is expressed with 2 tones, black and white. Patterned Grays: Diffused Grays: The image is expressed by half tone. Select error dispersal to print with high quality emphasizing images.
By clicking the [<], [>] or entering numbers, set brightness of the image.
By clicking the [<], [>] or entering numbers, set contrast of the image.
This smoothes curved sections in printed characters and images to make jaggedness (the rough sections seen at the edges of figures and text) stand out less. The choices that can be selected are as follows. Off Does not smooth. Type 1 Smoothes diagonal lines in general characters and figures. Type 2 Smoothes curved sections of general characters Type 3 Smoothes the more detailed sections, for example curved line sections of decorative and fine characters.
Failed to PC-Fax Tx. Please check and try PC-Fax Tx again!
If you do not want error reports printed automatically, use the operator panel keys and switch [Report output settings] [PC-Fax transmission error reports] - [Off].
REMOTE STATION Fax number for the first recipient CREATE Time at which PC-Fax transmission was executed on the computer START Time specified for the timer reservation Cause Cause of the error Name Job name or user name
Chapter 9 Phonebook Registration
You can register and manage recipient information in the phonebook. This chapter explains how to use the phonebook.
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9-1. Registering Phonebook
Registering parties to which you send fax documents into the phonebook.
Registering recipient information
Check that [Name] is [Konica IP-432 PCL].
Select the [FAX] tab. In [Mode Selection], select the [FAX]. Click the [Phonebook] button.
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Click the [Personal] button.
The [Personal Information] screen is displayed.
Input the [Name], [Fax No.], [Company], and [Department].
When inputting into the name column of the phonebook, you may include honorifics. There is no need to change the [ECM], [Int.Tx], and [V.34] checkboxes. For details, refer to the fax kit users manual. For the [Name], [Company], and [Department], up to 40 byte characters may be input. [Fax No.] may be up to 38 byte numbers (0 to 9), hyphens, #, *, E, P, T and spaces.
The recipient is registered and displayed in the recipient column.
Creating groups of recipients
Recipients can be registered into groups, such as [suppliers] or [branch companies].
G Broadcast transmission is not possible using groups prepared here.
On the [Phonebook] screen, click the [Folder] button.
The [Folder Information] screen is displayed.
Input the [Folder Name].
The folder name may be up to 40 characters.
Click the [OK] button. The folder is registered and displayed in the layer column. Select the recipient to be registered into the group from the left-side directory tree. Right click, then select [Copy] or [Cut].
Folders can be set up to three layers deep.
Select the group into which to register the recipient from the left-side directory tree. Right click, then select [Paste]. The recipient information is registered in the group.
Revising recipient information
On the [Phonebook] screen, select the recipient to be changed from the recipient information column.
The selected recipient information is displayed inverted.
Click the [Edit] button. The [Personal Information] screen is displayed Revise any necessary items.
Deleting unnecessary recipients and folders
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Select [Local printer].
Ensure that the [Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer] checkbox is not checked.
[Select the Printer Port] screen is displayed.
Select [Create a new port], the select [Type] [LPR Port].
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For the [Server printer name or print queue], input [printer], then click the [OK] button.
[Printer] is displayed as [File name].
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Ensure that [Konica IP-432 PCL] is displayed selected in [Printer], then click the [Next ] button.
If you want to use this printing system as your default printer, select [Yes]; if you do not want to use this printing system as your default printer, select [No].
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To share the printer, select [Share as]; to not share it, select [Do not share this printer].
A screen is displayed checking whether or not you want to print a test page.
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The [Digital Signature Not Found] screen is displayed.
The icon for the installed printer driver is displayed in the [Printers] folder. This completes printer driver installation.
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14-5. Windows XP Settings
This section explains how to make these settings with Windows XP.
Printing with LPD/LPR requires that the Unix print services be installed and that they be usable. Check the settings with the following procedure.
From the taskbar, select [Start] - [Control Panel] - [Network and Internet Connection].
The [Network and Internet Connections] screen is displayed.
Select [Network connection].
The LAN or High-Speed Internet] screen is displayed.
Select [Advanced] menu - [Optional Networking Components].
The [Windows Optional Networking Components] screen is displayed.
For details on how to add a [Unix print services], refer to the copiers user's manual for the operating system.
If you cannot log on with a user name that has administrator rights, log on with a user name that has rights incorporating those of a Power User or the like.
Put the [User Software CD] in the computer's CD-ROM drive.
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Select [Printer Tasks] - [Add a printer].
The [Local or Network Printer] screen is displayed.
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Select [Local printer attached to this computer].
The [Select a Printer Port] screen is displayed.
Select [Create a new port], the select [Type of port] - [LPR Port].
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For the [Name of printer or print queue on that server], input [printer] then click the [OK] button.
From [Look in], select the CD-ROM drive, then double-click the [\English\Printer\WinNT_2000_XP] folder.
[Printer.inf] is displayed as the [File name].
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[Name Your Printer] screen is displayed.
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The test print prints the standard Windows test page. Test prints can also be executed in the [Properties].
The [Hardware Installation] screen is displayed.
Click the [Continue Anyway] button.
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The icon for the installed printer driver is displayed in the [Printers and Faxes] screen. This completes printer driver installation.
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Chapter 15 Using with NetWare
This chapter explains the settings required for using the network controller connected to a network using NetWare. The setting methods depend on the version of NetWare used, the resource management methods, etc. Refer to the pages appropriate to your system and make the necessary settings.
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15-1. Print Controller NetWare Settings
The network controller NetWare settings must be complete before the NetWare settings are made.
For details on the network controller NetWare settings, refer to the copier users manual [Network Setup and Scanner Operations].
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17-3. lpd UNIX Printing
lpd is an implementation of the standard UNIX line printer daemon that lets you print across a TCP/IP network without the need to install software on your workstation, with all filtering and banners done by the printing system. Remote printing uses the same commands (lpr, lpq, lpc) as local printing. The process begins when the lpr call finds the printer on a remote system by looking at the remote (rm) entry in the /etc/printcap file for that printer. lpr handles a print job for a remote printer by opening a connection with the lpd process on the remote system and sending the data file (followed by the control file containing control information for this job) to the remote system. The printer-based lpd then filters the data and prints the job according to information contained in the control file and its own printcap file. The network interface card lpd recognizes the format of a certain printer emulation and filters the data, if possible, so it can be printed on the printer you specify. You can indicate to the printing system lpd what type of print controller it is attached to by either: Accepting the default port setting (PCL5e, PostScript and other), or Changing the listed emulations via a standard IP based Web Browser. The sections that follow give specific lpd setup instructions for various systems.
Setting Up a BSD Remote Printer to Use lpd
To set up a remote printer on the host that sends jobs to the printing system using printer resident lpd, add an entry to the /etc/printcap file on your host for each printer you use. Perform the following procedure:
Open the /etc/printcap file.
Make an entry naming the printing system as the remote host and printer as the remote printer name. A typical printcap entry is as follows: <printer_name>\ (for example, lprprinter) :lp=:\ :rm=<remote_host>:\ (for example, name as entered in /etc/hosts) :rp=printer:\ :sd=/usr/spool/lpd/<printer_name>: (for example, spool directory on system used to spool data and control files) This entry will send jobs spooled at /usr/spool/lpd/<printer_name> to the printer designated <printer_name> to be printed at printer (the internal connection to the printer) of the printing system designated as <remote_host>.
Create the spooling directory. For example, type:
To print via the spooler, use the lpr command. Type:
lpr-P <printer_name> < file_name> Installation and testing are done. You are now ready to print.
Setting Up an AIX version 2.5 Remote Printer to Use lpd
Use the following procedure to set up a remote printer on the host that sends jobs to the printing system using the lpd of the printing system.
Installed memory capacity 64 MB (no expansion memory) 192 MB (128 MB expansion memory) Maximum form data size Approx. 2.6 MB Approx. 7.8 MB
When [Make transparent] is specified with the [Form tab] When forms are not printed due to insufficient memory, it is recommended that the print controller's memory be expanded.
When error dispersion is specified, but the data is printed with dither
Error dispersal requires more printer memory for image processing than dither. In this case, it is recommended the print controller's memory be expanded.
When memory overflows occur
The amount of data for print job depends on the functions selected with the printer driver (booklet, center fold/center bind functions, 2-in-1 functions, etc.) and on the number of pages in the print documents, so sometimes memory overflows occur in the copiers E-RDH memory. If a memory overflow occurs, the output for that print job is canceled. If the [Memory overflow] error message is displayed, cancel the print job, take the steps below, then issue the print instructions again. Check that there are currently no jobs in the copier being processed or waiting for processing, then send the job again. If the document has many pages, do not send the print instructions for all the pages at once, but rather send the print instructions divided over a number of jobs. Deleting unnecessary function specifications If memory overflows occur frequently, it is recommended that the copier's memory be expanded.
The hard disk does not operate normally
If the main power is switched off while the hard disk is operating, data may stop writing correctly and the hard disk may stop operating normally. If the hard disk is not operating normally, initialize the hard disk with the procedure below.
Switch on the copier power. The [Main menu] screen is displayed.
For details on the procedure for displaying the [Main menu] screen, [Menu Configuration] ( Page 291).
Touch the [OK] key. A screen to confirm whether or not to initialize the hard disk is displayed.
Touch the [OK] key. When the formatting ends, [Switch the power off, then on again] is displayed. Switch the copier power switch Off, wait about 10 seconds, then switch the power back On again. If the above procedure does not restore normal operation of the hard disk, contact your service representative.
Destination Driver Adobe PostScript..15 Konica PCL...15
Network Functions Internet Printing.. 368 Printing with AppleTalk. 396 Printing with IP Peer-to-Peer.. 335 Printing with LPD/LPR.. 336 Printing with NetWare.. 361
Fax Function Sending Faxes Fax transmission...269 PC-Fax Transmission Error Reports.274 Sending faxes..269 Using a phonebook..288 Font Downloading fonts..437 Installing Adobe Type Manager (ATM).435 Installing fonts..432 PCL font list..438 PostScript font list..440 PS Demo Page (only when PostScript option installed).296 Setting the Font..181
Options Hard disk.. 414 Memory... 413 Setting Options Windows 95/98/Me.. 22, 29 Windows NT 4.0.. 40, 47 Windows 2000.. 58, 67 Windows XP.. 80, 89
PostScript Setting (Windows) Addition of Euro currency symbol. 182 PostScript error information printing. 184 PostScript header.. 183 PostScript output format.. 182 PostScript timeout values.. 185 PostScript Setting (Macintosh) File save... 250 Printer Functions Setting Printer Functions Setting print default.. 305 Windows 95/98/Me... 117 Windows NT 4.0... 120 Windows 2000.. 124 Windows XP.. 128 Macintosh... 212
Image Settings (Windows) Halftoning..173 Printing with black and white reversed.178 Printing with left/right reversed..180 Setting the resolution..177 Smoothing...174 Toner save..176 Installing Adobe Type Manager (ATM)..435 Driver installation for Windows 95/98/Me.17 Driver installation for Windows NT 4.0..33 Driver installation for Windows 2000.50 Driver installation for Windows XP.72 Driver installation for Macintosh..94 Fonts...431 Updating the Printer Driver..100
Printing Checking Printing Windows 95/98/Me..31 Windows NT 4.0..48 Windows 2000...69 Windows XP..91 Macintosh...99 Managing Print Count Printer EKC/ECM..254 Printing Multiple Pages (Macintosh) Attaching a front cover/back cover (Front Cover/Back Cover)..241 Folding paper in two to make booklets (Special mode)..231 Outputting sorted into separate sets of copies (Offset)...234 Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper (Document pages/print pages/layout direction)..228 Printing on both the front and rear of the paper (Duplex printing).227 Printing one copy at a time of all pages (Collate)..233 Stapling (Staple)...236 Printing Multiple Pages (Windows) Attaching a front cover/back cover (Front Cover/Back Cover)..170 Folding paper in two to make booklets (Combination)..156 Outputting sorted into separate sets of copies (Offset)...161 Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper (Pages per sheet/Layout)..154 Printing on both the front and rear of the paper (Duplex)..152 Printing one copy at a time of all pages (Collate/Sort)..159 Stapling (Staple)...163 Setting Basic Print Function (Windows) Printing enlarged/reduced (Scaling)..142 Selecting the input tray (Paper Source).144 Selecting the output tray (Output Tray).146 Selecting the type of paper (Media Type/Paper Type)..140 Setting the margin (Margins)..148 Setting the number of copies to print (Copies)..136 Setting the print direction (Orientation).137 Setting the print paper size (Paper size)..138 Setting Basic Print Function (Macintosh) Printing enlarged/reduced (Magnification ratio).219 Selecting the input tray (Paper source).220 Selecting the output tray (Output tray).222 Selecting the print order (Reverse print order)..221 Selecting the type of paper (Media type).218 Setting the margin (Margins).. 223 Setting the number of copies to print (Copies).. 214 Setting the print direction (Direction).. 215 Setting the print paper size (Paper). 216 Special Printing (Windows) Printing overlaying another document (Overlay).. 187 Printing with a password (Password Print). 194 Printing watermarks (Watermark). 190 Special Printing (Macintosh) Conserving toner.. 249 Printing watermarks.. 245 Printing with black and white reversed. 244 Printing with top/bottom or left/right reversed. 243 Smoothing characters and curved lines.. 248
Konica Minolta bizhub 7145 Manufacturing Status: New Console, Monochrome copier, MF Dry, dual component toner Dataquest Segment: 4 SRP: $11,800 Domestic Intro Date: January 2003 OEM: Konica Minolta Business (China) Also Sold As: None Distribution: Dealers and branches Max Monthly Duty 150,000 copies Cycle: MULTIFUNCTION MODES Copier: Internet Fax: Network Printer: Printer: Std No Opt Opt Fax: Network Fax: PC Fax: Scanner: Opt Opt Opt Std MULTIFUNCTIONALITY
GENERAL SPECS/PAPER HANDLING First Copy Time: 3.8 sec Multicopy 45/33/23 cpm (Ltr/Lgl/Ldgr): Warm-up Time: 30 sec Std Paper Source(s): Dual drawer Std Paper Capacity: 500/500 sheets Paper Weights: 16 to 24 lbs Bypass/Paper 50-sheet/16 to 32 lbs Weights: Max Paper 6/4,550 sheets Sources/Cap: Max Original Size: 11 x 17 Min/Max Output Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2/11 x 17 Copy Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi Std/Max Copier 64 MB, 20-GB HD/320 Memory: MB, 20-GB HD Duplex: Auto (1:2,2:2,2:1) Capacity/Paper Unlimited/5-1/2 x 8Sizes: 1/2 to 11 x 17 Document Feeder: Std RADF Speed/Capacity: 45 opm/50 orig Paper Weights: 13 to 34 lbs Sorter None (Bins/Capacity): Stapler Sorter: None Bins/Stapling Cap: Not applicable Stapling Positions: Not applicable Finisher: Opt finishers 1,100, 3,250/50/8, 4 Tray/Stapling/Pos(s): Other: Std electronic sorting; up to 4 bins can be added to the FS-114
Connectivity Specs Client OS Support: Mac, Win 9.x, NT 4.0, 2000* Parallel Interface: Std (with opt controller) PC No/No/No Fax/Print/Scan: Serial Interface: None PC Not applicable Fax/Print/Scan: USB Interface: None PC Not applicable Fax/Print/Scan: Network Interface: Std Ethernet Interface Type: 10/100BaseT LAN Yes/Yes/Yes Fax/Print/Scan: Networks Supported: Netware: Yes Windows NT: Yes AppleTalk: Yes UNIX: Yes AS/400: Yes Other: Printer Specs Engine Mfr/Model: Compatibility: Speed: Max Print Area: Enhanced Resolution: Unenhanced Resolution: Std/Max Printer Memory: Controller Mfr/Model: Konica Minolta/bizhub 7145 IBM PC, Mac 45 ppm 11 x 17 Not applicable 600 x 600 dpi 64 MB/192 MB, 20-GB HD Konica Minolta/IP-432
AMD ElanSC520/Info not Processor/Bits/MHz: avail/300 PDL/PCL: PCL 5e/6, opt Adobe PostScript 3 Controller Not applicable Mfr/Model: Not applicable Processor/Bits/MHz: PDL/PCL: Not applicable Controller Not applicable Mfr/Model: Not applicable Processor/Bits/MHz: PDL/PCL: Not applicable Other:
finisher; opt FS-113 finisher has 2- and/or 3-hole punch SECURITY SPECS Network User Authentication: IP Address Filtering: MAC Address Filtering: HDD Overwrite: Max Overwrites: HDD Encryption: Secure Print: Other: No No No No NA No Yes HDD Job Erase, Enhanced Password, Secure User Box Access. External Access Prohibited, Key Operator Authentication
Scanner & Image Management Specs Connection Type: Network Technology/Speed: CCD/45 ipm Max Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi TWAIN Compatible: Yes Scan Destinations: E-mail: Yes I-fax: Yes FTP: Yes SMB: Yes HDD: Yes URL: No LDAP Support: Yes Scan/Image Opt PageScope Workware, Software: Konica Minolta ScanTrip, Konica Minolta DocuBreeze, Unity Desktop, Rebus Recollect OCR Software: Opt PageScope Workware, Konica Minolta ScanTrip, Konica Minolta DocuBreeze, Unity Desktop, Rebus Recollect File Mgmt Software: Opt PageScope Workware, Konica Minolta ScanTrip, Konica Minolta DocuBreeze, Unity Desktop, Rebus Recollect Other:
Konica Minolta bizhub 7145
Manufacturing Status: NewConsole, Monochrome copier, MFDry, dual component toner Facsimile Specs Scanner Technology: Compression Method: Modem Speed: Max TX Resolution: Gray Scale/Halftones: Std/Max Fax Memory: Min/Max Orig Size (WxL): Max Paper/Print Width: Correct-Order Output: Batch Files: Polling: Effective Scan Width: Battery Backup: Relay Request: Confid TX/RX: Smoothing: Dual Lines: Timers: Multi Access: Transfer Hub: Dialing Capabilities: Broadcasting (Grps/Dest): Redial Attempts/Intervals: One Touch/Speed Dial: Other:
COPIER FEATURES Automatic Features: ATS Book Copy: Yes Booklet Mode: Std Color: No Copy Control: 256 Covers: Std Editing: No Energy-Save: Yes Erase: Std Image Insert: Yes Image Std Overlay: Image Repeat: Yes AES, AMS, APS, ASO, Job Programs: Job Time: Language: Margin Shift: Neg/Pos: OHP Interleaving: Photo Mode: Poster Mode: Preset R/E: Program Ahead: Sheet Insertion: Stamping: Timer: 2-in-1: 15 No Std Yes Yes Yes Yes No 3R,3E Std Std Std Yes Std
Image Rotate: Std Interrupt: Yes Job Build: No XY Zoom: Yes Zoom Range: 25 to 400 (1%) OTHER FEATURES
CCD MH/MR/MMR/JBIG 33.6 Kbps 400 x 400 lpi 256 levels 16 MB/16 MB 8-1/2 x 11/11 x 17 11/11 Yes Yes Yes 11-3/min Yes Yes/Yes Yes Opt Yes Yes Yes 40/300 7/1 min, 15 min max 40/200
Mixed-size originals; watermark, page numbering, stamping, date/time; chapterization; frame and fold erase; nonimage area erase; 2-, 4- or 8-in-1 mode Opt paper-feed unit adds two 500sheet drawers; opt 1,500-sheet LCT; the 7145 comes with a network interface card that allows for scan to e-mail and scan to FTP functionality; uses SimitriTM Polymerized Toner ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Control Panel: Keypad and touch screen Quantity Selector: 1 to 999 (0 to 9 keypad) Message Display: Yes Help Key: Yes Dimensions (HxWxD): 32.1" x 23.4" x 25.8" Weight (Base Unit): 183 lbs Power Requirements: 120 V, 15 A Dedicated Outlet: Not required Energy Star Compliant: Yes Operating Noise Level: 71 dB
Supplies/Maintenance Photoconductor: Yield: Price: Toner: Yield: Price: % Coverage: Developer: Yield: Price: Fuser Rollers: Yield: Cleaning Blades: Yield: Other: Yield: Fuser Oil: PM Schedule:
Organic drum 240,000 $272 676g ctrdg 30,000 $115 6% 600g btl 240,000 $218 Info not avail Info not avail Info not avail Info not avail Info not avail Info not avail Not required 120,000
Options Drawer base w/paper-feed unit: $1,380Drawer base w/1,500-sheet LCT: $1,5502,000-sheet LCT: $1,380FS-112 finisher: $2,200FS-113/FS-114
COMMENTS *Also Me and XP
finisher: $2,850/$1,500Platen cover: $125Exit tray/Internal exit tray: $100/$315256-MB copier memory/Hard disk: $185/$850Stand: $290Punch kit/Bin kit: $500/$50IP-432 print controller (incls NIC): $2,00064-MB controller memory: $115128MB controller memory: $11720-GB hard drive: $750Adobe PostScript 3: $895Fax kit: $1,190Dual line option: $700
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