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abacas 5:43pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010 
Great quality for a small price Bought it for Pentax to take long distance and macro photos- extremely good quality for reasonable price. 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...
pgtl_10 8:49pm on Monday, September 6th, 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.
vwilliam34 5:38pm on Sunday, September 5th, 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.
KartoffelKiffer 6:47am on Tuesday, August 31st, 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... 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.
gillan 9:56pm on Wednesday, August 4th, 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.
Sir_Stinksalot 8:09am on Tuesday, June 22nd, 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.
sergigarciag 2:19am on Tuesday, April 20th, 2010 
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. This lens should come with ear-plugs(!
mikejvir 6:41pm on Friday, March 19th, 2010 
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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Dual output for scanning and printing: a simple front-button control lets you switch from PC scanning to laser printing, so you can quickly select the output you want for any microform image. 12 x 12 anti-glare screen provides a clear, detailed view of your microform.
High-resolution scanning: optical resolution of 600 dpi and selectable scanning density of 200, 300, 400, 600, and 800 gives you superior image quality for using microfilm information in websites, Email distribution and desktop publishing applications. Auto imaging convenience with standard features like motorized image rotation, auto skew correction, prism lens, auto centering and auto frame masking; optional trimming and masking makes it easy to select and verify the exact scan area you want.
Digital image enhancement lets you correct density, contrast, resolution and sharpness with zoom/magnification capability for hard-to-read areas. Versatile interface: standard USB 2.0 or SCSI-2 connector and high-speed video connector for direct printing. Full microform capabilities: Konica Minoltas array of interchangeable media carriers allow you to handle microfiche, jackets, aperture cards, 16mm and 35mm roll film, and 16mm cartridges.
High-speed laser printers: choice of two optional laser printers gives you greater cost-efficiency, with stand-alone printer/scanner design for installation flexibility and the ability of two scanners to share a single printer. Recollect software option lets you scan microfilmed documents with automatic OCR, organize and retrieve digital files, search by name, date, keyword or phrase even locate information if words have been misspelled.
Digital Microform Scanner. High-resolution viewing, with auto imaging and optional trimming and masking. Dual scan and print output at a single touch. The ability to read on screen, print on paper, scan-to-PC. All at a cost you can afford.

MS6000MKII

MS6000 MKII
MS6000 MKII Specifications

TYPE: SCANNING FEATURES:

Desktop Universal Digital Microform Scanner

TYPE OF FILM:

Microfiche, jackets, aperture cards 16mm & 35mm roll film 16mm film cartridges

SCREEN SIZE:

Auto Centering Auto Frame Masking Auto Image Rotation Auto Skew Correction Date Stamp (with printer) Footswitch Support (optional) Front-Panel Scanning (push scanning) Grayscale Support (optional) Manual Masking (trimming & masking; optional)

HALOGEN LAMP:

MSP3000 Laser Printer: high-resolution output at up to 20 ppm, with optional large paper capacity of 1,150 sheets and first-copy output in just 13 seconds.
MSP2000 Laser Printer: cost-effective laser printing for any application, with 8 ppm output, 250-sheet capacity, first copy in 19 seconds.

12 x 12 (300 x 300mm)

MAGNIFICATIONS:
20 V, 150 W 7.5x, 9 - 16x, 13 - 27x, 23 - 50x
FOCUS CONTROL: POWER REQUIREMENTS:
MSP3000 Printer Specifications

PRINTING METHOD:

MSP2000 Printer Specifications

AC 120 V, 60 Hz Manual

IMAGE ROTATION: POWER CONSUMPTION:

Laser Electrostatic

DEVELOPING SYSTEM:
350 W Prism rotation (auto: prism lens included) Carrier rotation (fiche carrier)
ZOOMING: DIMENSIONS (W x D x H):

Micro-Toning

PRINT RESOLUTION:
19-3/4 x 32-3/8 x 28-1/4 (503 x 821 x 716mm)

WEIGHT:

400, 600 dpi

OUTPUT SPEED:

400 dpi

Manual

SCANNING METHOD:

92 lbs. (42kg)

OPTIONS:
20 sheets per minute (8-1/2 x 11 or A4, 400 dpi)

FIRST PRINT SPEED:

8 sheets per minute (8-1/2 x 11 or A4, 400 dpi)

SCANNING SPEED:

6.5 seconds per page, 400 dpi 5.5 seconds per page continuous print, 400 dpi

SCANNING DENSITY:

200, 300, 400, 600 dpi 800 dpi PC Mode

OPTICAL RESOLUTON:

600 dpi

ELECTRONIC ZOOMING:

50% - 200%, Direct Print
2005 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS U.S.A., INC. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Konica Minolta and The essentials of imaging are trademarks of KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS, INC. Recollect is a registered trademark of Rebus Technology. MicroDAX is a registered trademark of Versalmage Software Corporation. All other brands and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners Design & specifications are subject to change without notice.
* Some functions may require options,

MULTIPLE PRINTING:

1 - 19 prints (LED countdown identification) (with MSP3000 or MSP2000 printer)

HARDWARE INTERFACE:

Video (direct print) to MSP3000 or MSP2000 Printer USB 2.0 or SCSI-2 (to PC optional, switchable on front panel)

EXPOSURE:

Grayscale Kit (256 levels, 8-bit output to PC) MSP3000 Digital Laser Printer MSP2000 Digital Laser Printer Footswitch Lenses (same as for MicroSP2000, MS2000, RP603Z, and RP605Z) Fiche Carrier 5 Universal Carrier UC-2 Universal Carrier UC-5 Universal Carrier UC-6E Universal Carrier UC-7 Roll Film Carrier 9B Roll Film Carrier 11 Roll Film Carrier 15 A/M Roll Film Carrier 21 Roll Film Carrier 22A Manual Frame Masking Kit MARS Controller 4 MARS Mini Controller 2 Workstations Energy Star Kit Recollect Software MicroDAX Software USB 2.0 Interface Kit (Counter Kit) Optional Workstation: with over/under design for spacesaving installation; holds MS6000 MKII Scanner above, MSP3000 Laser Printer below.
13 seconds (8-1/2 x 11 or A4; landscape)

PRINT SIZE:

19 seconds (8-1/2 x 11 or A4; landscape)
8-1/2 x 11 (A4, landscape) 8-1/2 x 11 (A4, portrait) 8-1/2 x 14 (B4, landscape) 11 x 17 (A3, portrait)

PAPER SUPPLY:

8-1/2 x 11 (A4, landscape)
250-sheet multi-purpose paper tray Manual feeding (1 sheet at a time)

MAXIMUM PAPER CAPACITY:

150-sheet universal paper tray 250-sheet universal cassette 500-sheet letter-size cassette (optional) Third paper tray with 250-sheet universal tray (optional)

250 sheets

WARM-UP TIME:

Less than 20 seconds

POWER REQUIREMENTS;

AC 120 V, 60 Hz

POWER CONSUMPTION:

1,150 sheets

580 W or less

DIMENSIONS (W x D x H):

Less than 70 seconds
15-1/2 x 11-3/8 x 9-2/3 (without face-up tray) (394 x 446 x 327mm)

Auto, Manual

22 x 20-1/2 x 16 (561 x 521 x 409mm)
which may or may not be available at time of launch.
15 lbs. 7 oz. (7kg) (without toner cartridge) Drum cartridge weight: approx. 0.66 lbs. (0.3kg) Toner cartridge weight: approx. 1.1 lbs. (0.5kg)
61 lbs. 12 oz. (28kg) (including imaging cartridge)
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS U.S.A., INC. 100 Williams Drive Ramsey, NJ 07446 www.kmbs.konicaminolta.us

Item #: MS6000MKIISS

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Laser Safety

This printer is a page printer which operates by means of a laser. There is no possibility of danger from the laser, provided the printer is operated according to the instructions provided in this manual. Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within protective housing and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation. This printer is certified as a Class 1 laser product: This means that the printer does not produce hazardous laser radiation.

Internal Laser Radiation

Maximum Average Radiation Power Wave Length 37 W at laser Aperture of mirror unit 770-800 nm
This product employs a Class IIIb Laser Diode that has an invisible laser beam. The Laser Diode and Scanning Polygon Mirror are incorporated in the print head unit. The print head (in the interior of the printer in front of the toner cartridge) consists of the print head unit and the mirror unit. The laser beam is emitted from the print head unit, passes through the mirror unit, then is radiated through the laser aperture of the mirror unit to the interior of the printer.
WARNING The print head unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM. Therefore, the print head unit should not be opened under any circumstances.
Laser Aperture Print Head Unit

Mirror Unit

For United States

CDRH Regulations

This printer is certified as a Class I laser product under the Regulation Performance Standard according to the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1990. Compliance is mandatory for laser products marketed in the United States, and is reported to the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). This means that the product does not produce hazardous laser radiation. The label shown below indicated compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States. CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure. This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 15mW, and the wavelength is 770-800 nm.

This printer is a page printer which operates by means of a laser. There is no possibility of danger from the laser, provided the printer is operated according to the instructions provided in this manual. Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within protective housing, the laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
Maximum Radiation Power: 8.8 10-4(W) Wave Length: 770-810 (nm) This is a Class IIIb Laser Diode Assy. that has an invisible laser beam. The print head unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM. Therefore, the print head unit should not be opened under any circumstances.
This printer is certified as a Class 1 Laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the printer does not produce hazardous laser radiation.
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser products manufactured from August 1. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The label shown below indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States. WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments of performance or procedures other than those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure. This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 8.8 10-4W and the wavelength is 770-810 nm.
ADVARSEL: Dersum apparatet brukes p annen mte enn spesifisert i denne bruksanvisning, kan brukeren utsettes for unsynlig laserstrling som overskrider grensen for laser klasse 1. Dette er en halvleder laser. Maksimal effeckt til laserdiode er 8.8 10-4W og bolgelengde er 770-810 nm.

Power Source

The power source voltage requirements are as follows: Use a power source with minimal voltage fluctuation. Power Source: 50Hz-60Hz Voltage fluctuation: within 10% Frequently fluctuation: within 3% Be careful not to exceed the capacity of the outlet, especially when sourcing other appliances from the same outlet. The outlet should be located near the unit and be easily accessible so that the power cord can be unplugged immediately if necessary. NEVER connect any other appliances or machines by means of a multiple socket to the outlet being used for the unit. If an extension cord is needed, use one with a capacity greater than the power consumption of the unit. Make sure that the power cord and extension cord do not become caught in any mechanism of the system. Do not allow either the power or extension cord to become caught underneath the weight of the unit.

Grounding

To prevent electrical shocks caused by electrical leakage, always ground the printer. Connect the grounding wire to: The ground terminal of the outlet. A grounding contact that complies with the local electrical standards. NEVER connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe, the grounding wire for a telephone, or a water pipe.

Space Requirements

Chapter 1 Safety Notes

Scanner

There should be a clearance of the following dimensions between the wall and the rear of the unit as well as its right and left sides to provide ample space for the ventilation ports to dissipate heat.
100 mm 100 mm or 4" 503 mm or 19-3/4" or 4" 100 mm or 4"

716 mm or 28-1/4"

Printer

MSP 3500 Printer:

For ease of operation, maintenance and replenishment of supplies, the minimum clearance diagrammed below is required. Install the unit in an area that allows easy access.

457 mm or 18"

200 mm or 8"

551 mm or 21-3/4"

MSP 3000 Printer: For ease of operation, maintenance and replenishment of supplies, the minimum clearance diagrammed below is required. Install the unit in an area that allows easy access.

150mm 5-7/8"

Operating Environment
The environmental requirements for operating the system are as follows: Temperature: Humidity: 10 C to 35 C (50 F to 95 F) with a fluctuation of 10 C (18F) per hour. 15% to 85% with a fluctuation of 20% per hour.

Using the Printer

To ensure the optimum performance of the printer, follow the precautions listed below: NEVER open any Cover, or turn OFF the printer during printing. NEVER bring any magnetized object or flammable gas or liquid close to the printer. ALWAYS insert the Power Plug all the way into the outlet. ALWAYS provide good ventilation when making a large number of continuous prints. NOTE = Locate the Printer in a Well Ventilated Room = A minimal amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of the printer. An unpleasant odor may, however, be created in poorly ventilated rooms during extensive printer operations. For a comfortable, healthy, and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the room be well ventilated.

Care of Printer Supplies

Use the following precautions when handling the printer supplies (Imaging Cartridge, paper, etc.). Avoid storing the supplies in any of the following places: A place subject to direct sunlight. The Imaging Cartridge should not be exposed to fluorescent light, either. A hot place or near an open flame. A humid place. A dusty place. Store paper, which has been removed from its wrapper but not loaded onto the print tray, in a sealed plastic bag in a cool, dark place. Only use Imaging Cartridges that are exclusively designed for use with this printer. Keep supplies out of the reach of children. If your hands become soiled with toner, wash them with soap and water immediately. NOTE Whenever the Imaging Cartridge is removed from the printer, immediately wrap it in a heavy cloth to protect it from light.
2. Turning the Power On and Off

Turning ON

Press the Power Switch of the scanner to the I (ON) position.
The Control Panel displays a blinking 1 and the unit starts to warm up. The unit is ready to read data when the 1 stops blinking.
Press the Power Switch of the printer to the I (ON) position. Useful Tips If you load the film in the film carrier and press the start button while the printer is warming up, you can scan and memorize the film image of about 9 pages (Letter or A4 size/400dpi) into this system. And then, printer allows that print process to be started as soon as the printer completes warming up. At this time, both ends of Exposure Display blink.

Darker

Lighter
If you want to disable this function, ask your authorized Technical Representative to make change the system setting.

Turning OFF

Press the Power Switch of the scanner to the O (OFF) position.
Press the Power Switch of the printer to the O (OFF) position.
NOTE The printer and scanner can be turned ON and OFF at the same time by employing a cord that is equipped with an on/off switch saving both time and energy. * Make sure that all cords used comply with the specified ratings of the unit.

3. Auto Power Save Mode

The unit enters the Auto Power Save mode if it is left to stand idle for a predetermined period of time. When the unit enters the Auto Power Save mode, power to the Scanner projection lamp and the printer heater is automatically shut down to save power consumption.
A User Mode function is available that allows the user to set the time it takes the unit to enter the Auto Power Save mode. The setting options are as follows: Auto Power Save (15 min.) Auto Power Save (30 min.) Auto Power Save (60 min.) NOTE The Auto Power Save Mode can also be disabled. Ask the authorized Technical Representative if you want to disable this function.
Segments of the Multi-Print Display light up and go out sequentially in the clockwise direction when the unit is in the Auto Power Save mode.
To let the unit leave the Auto Power Save mode, press any key on the control panel. At this time, the Scanner projection lamp lights up steadily and the printer is set into the warm-up condition. NOTE For the USA and Canada only: The Auto Power Save function becomes available for setting only if the Energy Miser kit is mounted on the Scanner.
This chapter identifies different parts of the Scanner and explains its operation.

1. System Overview

Scanner Projection Lenses Single Lens

7.5 Zoom Lens

9-16 Prism Unit Manual Frame Masking Kit Foot Switch Kit Film Carriers FC-5 RFC-15A

Counter Kit USB I/F Kit

Controllers MARS MINI CONTROLLER 2

RFC-15M

System Configuration
This Scanner is available in the following configurations. PR Mode (connected to a printer) The Scanner is connected to a dedicated printer (MSP 3500 or MSP 3000), allowing scanned images to be printed out directly.
PC Mode (connected to a personal computer) The Scanner is connected to a personal computer and the scanned images can be uploaded to the computer. An optional USB interface kit required for connection to a personal computer. Contact the authorized dealer for details.

3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators Centering/Fit Key: When this key is pressed, the setting rotates from OFF to the Centering and Fit functions. When Auto Masking, Trimming, or Masking are set to off, Auto Masking will automatically be enabled when Centering is selected. Centering: Places a screen image that had been searched using Auto masking or an image that has been trimmed in the center of the page. Fit: Enlarges a screen image that had been searched using Auto masking or an image that has been trimmed to fit the page. * When Masking is selected or when the Scanner is connected to the PC, this mode cannot be used.
3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators Masking Key: When pressed, this key rotates from OFF to the Auto, Trimming or Masking functions. Each time this key is pressed, selection is switched in order of OFF Auto Masking Manual Trimming Manual Masking OFF. Auto Masking: The Auto Masking function will omit the frame (non-image area) of a printed film image. The previous Centering/Fit setting is applied whenever ON is selected from the OFF state. If OFF is selected from the ON state, Centering/Fit is disabled. * Auto Masking is not applicable with the Masking or Trimming settings. Trimming: When ON is selected, the image is printed (scanned) with the non-image area (frame) automatically masked. Masking: Prints only the image outside of the area that is defined on the Screen. If Trimming is selected from the OFF state, the previously entered settings for Centering/Fit and Manual Masking are applied. From Trimming, when Masking is selected, the Centering/Fit setting is disabled and the previous settings for the Masking area are applied. The manual masking area will be cancelled whenever OFF is selected from the Masking state. * Neither Trimming nor Masking are available through the Auto Masking function. * Trimming and Masking cannot be set when the Scanner is connected to the PC. Print Mode Key: Allows you to fine tune the image quality of the print according to the original being used. Rotate between Text, Fine and Photo with every press of this key. 1) Text: For use with text images. 2) Fine: For use with lower grades of film. 3) Photo: For use with photo images.
3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators Film Type Key: Rotates between Auto, Nega, and Posi each time the key is pressed. 1) Auto: The scanner automatically determines between the film type options of negative or positive for print production. 2) Nega: Select when using negative film. Dark and light values of the print will be reversed. 3) Posi: Select when using positive film. Dark and light values of the print will be consistent with the image on film. Exposure Adjustment Keys: Use this key to adjust the image density of the image to be printed during the Auto or Manual Exposure mode. The Darker key supports darker image density and the Lighter key supports lighter image density. Press to select between the Auto or Manual Exposure mode. Indicates the current density level of the printed image. Auto Exposure mode is indicated when the green Auto light is on. The green Auto light turns off when the Scanner is in the Manual Exposure mode. Shows the number of prints set to be made. Also displays corresponding codes in the event of a malfunction or paper misfeed. The blinking number in this display indicates the Scanner in operation. Blinks when the Imaging Cartridge or Toner Cartridge of the Printer is running out of toner and lights up when the cartridge has completely run out of toner. * PR mode only.

Exposure Mode Key: Exposure Display: Exposure Mode Indicator: Multi-Print Display:

Add Toner Indicator:

3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators Memory Input Key: To store one of the following functions into the memory of the Scanner, first set one of the functions on Control Panel and then press this button with the head of a pen or other device. The next time the scanner is turned ON, that function will appear as a default setting until a new one is entered. (Maximum three kind of setting can be memorized.) 1) Negative or positive
2) Print mode 3) Output Format 4) Print image density 5) Exposure mode
6) Centering or Fit 7) Masking 8) Auto Skew Correction 9) Horizontal Area setting 10) Vertical Area setting 11) Electrical Zoom 12) Resolution 13) Image Distortion Correction NOTE If you do not press the pinhole for at least 60 seconds after a setting has been made with the Auto Reset function set to ON, the previous setting remains valid. Clear/Stop Key: Multi-Print Keys: Press to clear the setting on the Multi-Print Display, resetting it to 1 or to stop a multi-print cycle. This key is used to set the number of prints when printing continuous, multiple pages. The value of this setting increases by one (1, 2, 3.) with every push of the key. (Maximum 19) * PR mode only. Press to make a print (scan) of the image shown on the Screen.

Start Key:

Control Panel (Shift Function)
User Mode Key: Lamp Illuminance Key:
Pressing this key together with the Shift Key enters the unit into the User Mode. See p. 7-6 User Mode. When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the illumination of the screen is adjusted. When this key is continuously pressed, the screen is gradually darkened until it is turned OFF. When any key is pressed then, the illumination returns to the maximum level. When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the resolution of the Scanner is set. When the Scanner is connected to the MSP 3500 Printer: 6H When the Scanner is connected to the MSP 3000 Printer: 4H and 6H When the Scanner is connected to the PC: 2H, 3H, 4H, 6H and 8H * 4H represents 400dpi and 6H represents 600dpi. When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the program registration locations (1J, 2J and 3J) are called. Each time this key is pressed while the Shift Key is held down, the display is switched in order of 1J 2J 3J. When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the electrical zoom magnification is set. Zoom+: When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the magnification is increased by an increment of 0.01X (up to 2.00X). Zoom clr: When this key is held down together with the Shift Key for one second, the standard magnification is resumed. Zoom-: When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the magnification is decreased by a decrement of 0.01X (down to 0.50X). Executes an expansion function when being pressed together with the intended function key. When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the connection to the PC or to the Printer is selected. * This key is not valid unless the USB interface kit (optional) is installed.

Using Auto Exposure Using Manual Exposure
Depress the Exposure Mode Select Button as necessary to select the Auto Exposure Mode. The LED to the left of the key lights up green when the Auto Exposure mode is selected.
Depress the Exposure Mode Select Button as necessary to select the Manual Exposure mode. The LED to the left of the key lights down green when the Auto Exposure mode is selected.
Depress the appropriate Exposure Adjustment Button, either LIGHTER or DARKER, to set the desired image density, or exposure, level. Depress LIGHTER to make the image lighter. Depress DARKER to make the image darker. When the LIGHTER and DARKER keys are depressed at once, the exposure level comes at the center.
12. Setting the Number of Prints to be Made
To Entry the Number of Prints
Set the desired number using the Multi-Print Key. NOTE This function is only available on the PR mode. The number that can be entered is 19 max.

Correcting Entry

To correct an entry, depress the Clean Button, which resets the number on the Multi-Print Display to 1.
13. Selecting the Output Format
Press the Output Selection Key to select the paper source and print format.
Selecting the paper source
Tray: Prints the film image on paper from the print tray. Cassette 1: Prints the film image on paper from the cassette 1. Cassette 2: Prints the film image on paper from the cassette 2. (When the Tray and Cassette 1 indicators are both lit.) The standard magnification is fixed according to the selected size of the paper from the paper feeder. Paper size Standard magnification A3 1.41x B4 1.22x A4 1.00x B5 1.00x Ledger 1.55x Legal 1.27x Letter 1.00x
For A3, B4, Ledger and Legal, zoom is made by the above standard magnification and printed within the on-screen range 8-1/2 x 11 (A4).

A4 A4 Letter Letter

B4 A3 Ledger
Selecting the print format
Display Light OFF Paper Feeding Lengthwise Crosswise Description Prints the on-screen lengthwise area. Prints the on-screen crosswise area. Prints the on-screen crosswise area. Prints the on-screen lengthwise area. Prints the on-screen image by automatically judging whether it is lengthwise or crosswise.

Light ON

Lengthwise Crosswise

Blinking

14. Using Auto Masking
The Auto Masking function prevents the frame (non-image area) of a film image from appearing on the print.

Selecting Auto Masking

Press the Auto Masking key to turn ON this function.
Operating Conditions for Auto Masking
A. The image area of the screen must provide at least 45mm horizontally and vertically. B. The width of the frame to be masked must be at least 10mm.

A B A B B B

NOTE If the film image on the screen does not meet the above requirements, the Auto Masking function will not work properly. Auto Masking is a frame erasing feature. It cannot remove an image from in between two separate frames.
15. Manual Masking Panels (Optional)
Vertical Area Indication Panel:
Use to specify the vertical print (scan) area of the image on the screen. There are 42 lights placed at 7mm intervals. The lights create a pattern when lit specifying the area on the screen that will be printed.
Vertical Area Clear Key: Press to clear a previously specified vertical print (scan) area. Horizontal Area Indication Panel: Use to specify the horizontal print (scan) area of the image on the screen. There are 42 lights placed at 7mm intervals. The lights create a pattern when lit specifying the area on the screen that will be printed. Press to clear a previously specified horizontal print (scan) area.
Horizontal Area Clear Key:

16. Using Manual Masking

The optional Manual Frame Masking Kit allows you to specify an area for printing of the displayed image through two separate features, Trimming and Masking. NOTE Under the PC mode, the print (scan) area can be defined using the Manual Masking Panels. The Trimming and Masking functions cannot be used in the PC mode.

Selecting Trimming

Defining the Print Area
Press the (manual) Masking key to select (Trimming).
Define the end points for both the vertical and horizontal areas of the image on the screen using the green lights on the area indication panels.

25. Replacing the Projection Lamp
Use the following procedure to replace the Projection Lamp whenever a reduction in brightness on the screen is detected or whenever the lamp burns out. Make sure that the replacement lamp is specified for use with this scanner. (DC20V 150W DDL type) If the Projection Lamp should burn out during a print operation, an L2 code will appear and the print job will stop (a blank piece of paper may be output depending upon the stage of the job). Once the system detects that the Projection Lamp has burnt out, the scan job will be cancelled. If the system is operating in the Cycle Print Mode, the scanning operation will stop. CAUTION Do not touch with bare hand and extremely hot Projection Lamp immediately after the scanner has been turned OFF.
Place the Power Switch in the OFF position and slide the Projection Unit out of the scanner.
Remove the Projection Lamp from the Lamp Socket.
Remove the Projection Lamp from the Lamp Holder.
Insert a new Projection Lamp so that the mark on its base is facing upwards. Make sure that the new Projection Lamp is inserted securely so that there is no gap between the Projection Lamp and the Lamp Socket.
Slide the Projection Unit back into the scanner.
NOTE If the Projection Unit is not properly installed, power will not be supplied and the scanner will not operate.
NOTE Do not touch the reflector mirror surface of the Projection Lamp. Fingerprints, smudges or debris should be wiped clean with a soft, dry cloth.
Turn the Power Switch ON.
Insert the new Projection Lamp all the way into the Lamp Holder.

MSP 3500 Printer

This chapter identifies the different parts of the system and explains the MSP 3500 printers operational procedures.

1. Parts of the Printer

Top Cover Release Lever: Output Tray Extension: Power Indicator: Power Switch: Paper Guides: Paper Feeding Tray (Open): Paper Cassette:
Use to open the Top Cover. When printing in paper B4 or larger, fold open. Light indicates when the Printer is turned ON. Use to turn the Printer ON and OFF. Slide the guides to secure the paper stack. Capable of holding up to 250 sheets of standard-size paper ranging from 8-1/2" 11" (A4) to 11" 17" (A3) paper. Capable of holding up to 500 sheets of standard-size paper ranging from 5-1/2" 8-1/2" (B5) to 11" 17" (A3) paper.
Interface Connectors: Facilitates connections for the Scanner.
The Printer has two connectors to facilitate connection with two separate Scanner units.
Top Cover: Image Transfer Roller: Fusing Unit: Toner Cartridge:

Paper Pickup Rollers

The printer's pickup rollers contain a sensor to detect the density of media passing by. How do I clean the paper feeding tray pickup rollers?

Turn off the printer.

Remove the toner cartridge and store it in a light-protected bag.
Close the paper feed roller cover.
Wipe the two paper feed rollers with a soft, dry cloth.

Paper feed rollers

Turn on the printer.
Wipe the pickup roller with a soft dry cloth.
How do I clean the paper cassette pickup rollers? When the sensor gets dirty or dusty, print quality is degraded.
Reinsert the paper cassette into the printer.
Pull the paper cassette out of the printer until it stops.
Remove the paper cassette.
Cleaning the MSP 3000 Printer
CAUTION Use a soft cloth and NEVER use abrasives or corrosive detergents.
Before cleaning the Printer, turn OFF the power and unplug the cord from the power outlet. Clean the exterior panels with a soft, dry cloth. A damp cloth and a mild home detergent can be used for heavier cleaning.

Miscellaneous

1. Specifications
Specifications Type: Type of Film: Desk-Top Type Microfilm Scanner Microfiche, Jackets, Aperture Cards, 16mm & 35mm Roll Film, 16mm Film Cartridges. 7.5x, 9x-16x, 13x-27x, 23x-50x 12" x 12" (300mm x 300mm) Prism Rotation, Carrier Rotation (Fiche Carrier) Scanning/Scanning direction: CCD scanning Scanning/Feeding direction: Mirror scanning Automatic & Manual Halogen Lamp (DC20V 150W DDL Type) 120VAC (60Hz) or 220-240VAC (50-60Hz) Less than 350W Auto Power Save Mode: Less than 6W (120V areas) Less than 8W (220V areas) 19-3/4"(W) x 32-3/8"(D) x 28-1/4"(H) (503 x 821 x 716 mm) 92-1/2 lbs. (42kg) Power Cord, Printer cable, Prism Unit, Users Guide (this manual) Projection Lenses, Fiche Carrier 5, Universal Carrier UC-2, Roll Film Carrier 15A/15M, MARS MINI CONTROLLER 2, Manual Frame Masking Kit, Counter Kit, Foot Switch Kit, Grayscale Memory Board, USB Interface Kit, PC Interface Kit, Energy Miser Kit (for USA and Canada only)
Magnification: Screen: Image Rotation: Scanning Method: Exposure Control: Light Source: Power Requirement: Power Consumption:
Dimensions: Weight: Standard Accessories: Options:

PC Mode

Specifications Resolution: Output Scale: PC Interface: 200, 300, 400, 600, 800 dpi Binary, Grayscale (Option) USB2.0 Hi-Speed (Option) SCSI-2 (Option)
PR Mode : MSP 3500 Printer
Specifications Resolution: Output Scale: Printing Method: Developing System: Print Size: 600 dpi Binary Laser Electrostatic Super Micro-Toning (Super-MT) System 8-1/2" x 11" (or A4) Crosswise, 11" x 17" (or A3) Lengthwise 8-1/2" x 11" (or A4) Lengthwise, 8-1/2" x 14" (or B4) Lengthwise Less than 70 seconds 19.0 seconds (11" x 17" or A3 , 600 dpi, AE) 16.5 seconds (8-1/2" x 11" or A4 , 600 dpi, AE) 18.5 sheets per minute (11" x 17" or A3 , 600 dpi) 34 sheets per minute (8-1/2" x 11" or A4 , 600 dpi) 1-19 sheets (LED countdown identification) Automatic Feeding Supply Paper Feeding Tray (200 sheets max.) Paper Cassette (500 sheets max.) Less than 1100 W 21.2"(W) x 22.2"(D) x 17"(H) or 539(W) x 566(D) x 423(H) mm 71-3/4 lbs. (32.5kg) <Including Toner Cartridge>

Select U4 in the User mode. Press the Exposure Mode key to display d*. Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the desired setting value. Press the Start key to validate the setting value. Code d0 d1 d2 d3 Setting Value Letter (A4) crosswise Letter (A4) lengthwise Ledger (A3) lengthwise Legal lengthwise Initial Setting *

d3: USA and Canada only

2. Initial Settings U5: Imprint Position Setting The Date Print and Character Overlay functions can be set to turn ON or OFF, and the date print position of the Date Print function can be set with this function. The date print position of Date Print is that set on the screen, regardless of the paper feeding direction in the printer. Printer Output On the Screen d4 d2 d2 d1 d3 d2 d1 d1 Feeding Direction (lengthwise feeding) d4 d3 Feeding Direction (crosswise feeding)
Select U5 in the User mode. Press the Exposure Mode key to display d*. Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the desired setting value. Press the Start key to validate the setting value. Code d0 d1 d2 d3 d4 Setting Value Turns OFF Date Print and Character Overlay functions Date Print function (upper right) Date Print function (lower right) Date Print function (upper left) Date Print function (lower left) Character Overlay function (*) Initial Setting *
(*) A personal computer and an I/F kit are necessary only when the overlay data is transmitted to the scanner. U6: Year, Month and Date Set Mode The print pattern for the Date Print function can be set with this function.
Select U6 in the User mode. Press the Exposure Mode key to display d*. Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the desired setting value.
Press the Start key to validate the setting value. Code d0 d1 d2 d3 Print Pattern Year, month, day (2004.05.15) Month day year (2004) Day month year (2004) Month, day Hours:minutes (05.15 13:45) Year: 4 digits of dominical year Month: 2 digits Day: 2 digits Hour: 2 digits (24-hour system) Minutes: 2 digits Initial Setting *
U7: Imprint Mode Set Time-of-day can be corrected for the Date Print function when it becomes wrong.
Select U7 in the User mode. When the Exposure Mode key is pressed, both the Exposure Display and Multi-Print Display light up steadily. In the initial condition, the year default setting is displayed. Each time the Darker key is pressed, the lit Exposure Display moves upward to select the currently validated setting mode in the following order: month day hours minutes. Each time the Lighter key is pressed, on the other hand, the lit Exposure Display moves downward to select a setting mode.

(Year)

(Month)

(Hour)

(Minute)
When the settings of all modes are completed, press the Start key to validate the timeof-day setting.
In each setting mode, press the Multi-Print key to enter the setting value. Each press of the Multi-Print key increases the setting value. When the value exceeds the maximum setting of the selected mode, it returns to 00 or 01 (month, day).

Enabled Disabled *

Determines the desired paper size and the Same as the setting for U4 orientation from the Paper Feeding Tray of the User Mode. See p. 7-9. of the printer. To view subtle images with standard ranges of density clearly: Light (1 - 7) To bring out the darker and lighter ranges of an image: Dark (+1 - +7) Lighter Normal Darker *
2. Initial Settings System Settings The print function at the time of Toner Empty or Toner Cartridge Life detection (PR mode only) Description After a toner empty condition or toner cartridge life is detected, this function allows you to select either to stop printing or continue printing. * Toner cartridge life detection is only connected with MSP3500. (When selected the enable print after the Toner Catridge life fulfillment, while depress the Start key, LED displays the toner cartridge life fulfillment TE.) Selection Empty >> Disable Print Life >> Disable Print Empty >> Enable Print Life >> Disable Print Empty >> Enable Print Life >> Enable Print Enable Disable * (200V) * (120V) Initial Setting *
Auto Film Format Select print function (PR mode only) 90 degree rotation setting
The Auto Format Select Print Function is enable or disable through the control panel. Enables the prism to rotate the screen image 90 degrees.
Enable Disable Auto switching Disabling Auto Switching * *
Automatic paper Allows you to specify the paper source source switching when Letter or A4 size paper is loaded in (PR mode only) Lengthwise or Crosswise orientations into the both paper feeding tray and paper feeding cassette. Auto switching: Printing continues by automatically switching to the remaining paper source after paper in the specified paper source runs out. Disabling Auto Switching: A paper empty mode occurs and printing ceases after paper in the specified paper source runs out. The paper source must be refilled or the paper source must be switched by pressing the Output Selection Key in order to resume printing.
* To change any of the system settings described above, contact the authorized dealer.

For Key Operators Use

When you need to call for service, the Key Operator should be prepared to provide the following information to the authorized Dealer. 1. Your Company Name, Address, Telephone Number, Department Name, Floor Number, Unit Location, etc. 2. Model Name, Serial Number, Condition or System(s) Indication(s) on the Display, etc. For your reference purpose. MS6000 MKII Model Name Printer (MSP 3500) Printer (MSP 3000) Serial No. Serial No. Serial No. Serial No. Serial No. Serial No. Serial No. Serial No. Installation Date Authorized Dealers Name TEL. No. Address

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