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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 15mW, and the wavelength is 770-800 nm.
ADVARSEL: Usynlig laserstrling ved bning, nr sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion. Undg udsttelse for strling. Klasse 1 laser produkt der opfylder IEC60825 sikkerheds kravene.
For Finland, Sweden
VAROITUS!: Laitteen kyttminen muulla kuin tss kyttohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa kyttjn turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittvlle nkymttmlle lasersteilylle. VARNING: Om apparaten anvnds p annat stt n i denna bruksanvisning specificerats, kan anvnderen utsattasr fr osynling laserstrlnig, som verskrider grnsen fr laserklass 1. VARO: Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ohitettaessa olet alttiina nakymattomalle lasersateilylle. Aja katso sateeseen. VARNING: Osynlig laserstrining nr denna del r ppnad och sprren r urkopplad. Betrakta ej strien.
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 15mW, og bolgelengde er 770-800 nm.
Three laser caution labels are attached to the inside of the machine as shown below.
OZONE RELEASE (For all Users)
During printer operation, a small quantity of ozone is released. This amount is not large enough to cause any adverse affects or harm. However, be sure the room where the machine is being used has adequate ventilation, especially if you are printing a high volume of materials, or if the machine is being used continuously over a long period.
A laser safety label is attached to the outside of the machine as shown below.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT
Safety Information (MSP 3000 Printer)
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.
13. Selecting the Output Format... 2-27 Selecting the paper source.. 2-27 Selecting the print format.. 2-28 14. Using Auto Masking... 2-29 Selecting Auto Masking... 2-29 Operating Conditions for Auto Masking.. 2-29 15. Manual Masking Panels (Optional).. 2-30 16. Using Manual Masking.. 2-31 Selecting Trimming.. 2-31 Defining the Print Area.. 2-31 Clearing a Defined Print (Scan) Area.. 2-32 Selecting Masking.. 2-32 17. Using Centering and Fit... 2-33 Centering... 2-33 Fit... 2-33 18. Using the Cycle Print Mode... 2-34 Specifying the interval between scanning operations. 2-34 Operating in the Cycle Print Mode.. 2-35 19. Selecting the Connection Mode... 2-36 20. Selecting the Resolution.. 2-37 21. Registering the Job Program... 2-38 22. Calling the Job Program.. 2-39 23. Using the Electrical Zoom.. 2-40 Zoom +.... 2-40 Zoom -... 2-40 Clearing the Zoom magnification. 2-41 24. Adjusting the Illumination of the Screen.. 2-42 25. Replacing the Projection Lamp... 2-43
MSP 3500 Printer.. 3-1
1. Parts of the Printer... 3-2 2. Paper Specifications... 3-4 3. Set the Paper... 3-5 Loading Paper into the Paper Feeding Tray.. 3-5 Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette.. 3-6 4. Replacing the Toner Cartridge.. 3-9 5. Replacing the Exhaust Filter.. 3-12 6. When the Paper Misfeed Indicator Lights Up. 3-13 If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P0 code:. 3-13 If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P1, P2 or P3 code:... 3-13
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Feeding Tray. 3-14 Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Cassette.. 3-15 Clearing a Misfeed from inside the Printer.. 3-16 Clearing a Misfeed from output bin.. 3-18
MSP 3000 Printer.. 4-1
1. Parts of the Printer... 4-2 2. Paper Specifications... 4-4 Use only the following types of paper. 4-4 3. Set the Paper... 4-5 Loading Paper into the Paper Feeding Tray.. 4-5 Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette.. 4-6 4. Replacing the Toner Cartridge.. 4-7 5. When the Paper Misfeed Indicator Lights Up.. 4-9 If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P0 code:. 4-9 If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P1, P2 or P3 code:... 4-9 Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Feeding Tray. 4-10 Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Cassette.. 4-11 Clearing a Misfeed from inside the Printer.. 4-12
Chapter 5 Chapter 6
1. Solving Irregular Printing Problems.. 5-2
1. System Care... 6-2 Cleaning the Scanner Screen.. 6-2 Outer Covers... 6-2 Carrier Glass (Option)... 6-2 Cleaning the System Printer (Option).. 6-3 Cleaning the MSP 3500 Printer... 6-3 Cleaning the Printer Exterior.. 6-4 Cleaning the Printer Interior... 6-4 Paper Pickup Rollers... 6-5 Cleaning the MSP 3000 Printer... 6-8
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.
Chapter 1 Safety Notes
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"
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nega (negative film)
If negative film is to be used, press the Film Type Key to select Nega.
11. Selecting the Image Density
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.
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.
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
Clearing the Zoom magnification
When the Zoom clr key is held down together with the Shift Key for over one second, the standard magnification is resumed.
Paper size Standard magnification
NOTE When the Zoom magnification is changed, the display is made in the Multi-Print Display as follows.
When it is returned to the standard magnification, this display goes off. When the Zoom function is used, the Multi-Print can be set only up to 9.
The standard magnification is fixed according to the selected paper size.
24. Adjusting the Illumination of the Screen
The illumination of the screen can be adjusted.
Hold down the Shift Key and the Illumination Key together to adjust the illumination of the screen.
The screen is gradually darkened until it is turned OFF. When any key is pressed, the illumination returns to the maximum level.
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.
Capacity Paper Feeding Tray: 8-1/2" 11", 11" 8-1/2", 8-1/2" 14", 11" 17" (or A3, A4) plain and recycled paper Up to 200 sheets Paper Cassette: 11" 8-1/2", 8-1/2" 14", 11" 17" (or A3, A4) plain and recycled paper Up to 500 sheets
3. Set the Paper
Loading Paper into the Paper Feeding Tray
ATTENTION Do not load paper above the fill limit mark on the inside left of the tray, or it may not feed correctly. The paper feeding tray holds approximately 200 sheets of 20 lb bond (75 g/m2) paper.
Open the paper feeding tray.
While pressing the button on the right side of the media guide , slide the media guide to adjust it.
Fan a stack of paper.
Align the edges of the paper, and then load it with its printing-side up. Often, an arrow on the paper package label indicates the printing-side of the media.
ATTENTION Make sure the paper fit easily between the guides. Improperly adjusted guides may cause poor print quality, paper jams, or printer damage.
Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette
Lift up the gray lever on the right end of the paper retainer , and then slide the paper retainer to the right.
Pull out the paper cassette until it stops.
While pressing the release buttons (one on each side) , remove the paper cassette.
Lift up on the left end of the paper retainer to remove it.
Remove the cassette cover.
Insert the right end of the paper retainer into the slot for the size of paper to be loaded. The paper size detected depending on the position of the paper retainer. Correctly position the paper retainer according to the size of paper to be loaded.
Slide the paper retainer to the left , and then press down on the gray lever to secure the paper retainer.
ATTENTION Make sure the paper retainer is seated properly.
Do not load paper on this side.
Long-edge Feed Examples Letter, A4 and B5
Short-edge Feed Examples Ledger, Legal, A3 and B4
A maximum of 500 sheets (20 lb pond [75g/m2] plain paper) can be loaded. If paper is loaded past the triangular mark, it may not be fed correctly.
Align the four edges of the paper, and then load the paper printing side up.
Press in the button on the paper guide , and then slide the guide against the edge of the paper.
on paper 12 When printingoutput trayB4 or larger, fold open the extension.
ATTENTION The paper should fit easily between the guides. Improperly adjusted guides may cause poor print quality, paper jams, or printer damage.
The exhaust filter on the back of the printer is replaced when you replace a toner cartridge.
How do I replace the exhaust filter?
Remove the used exhaust filter.
Dispose of it according to your local regulations.
Remove the new filter from its box and insert it into place.
6. When the Paper Misfeed Indicator Lights Up
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P0 code:
The size or the direction of the paper loaded in the paper tray does not match that set for the tray. Load the paper of the set size in the set direction and then open and close the Upper Unit.
If the Misfeed Indicator lights up along with a P1, P2 or P3 code:
A misfeed has occurred in the Printer. Clear the sheet of misfed paper by following the procedure given below. CAUTION The Fusing Unit inside the printer becomes very hot during operation. To avoid a burn, be very careful not to touch it.
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Feeding Tray
If necessary, open and close the top cover to cancel Misfeed Code.
Remove all paper from the paper feeding tray.
Pull out the misfed paper.
Correctly load the paper into the paper feeding tray.
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Cassette
Pull out the cassette until it stops.
lf the misfeed paper cannot easily be pulled out, lift the green lever on the inner-right side to release the paperfeed roller, and then pull out the paper. After removing the misfed paper, be sure to return the green lever to its original position. Do not use force to remove jammed paper.
While pressing in the release buttons (one on each side), remove the cassette.
Check that the paper remaining in the cassette is loaded correctly before installing the cassette. Make sure no paper remains mjsfeed under the roller in the cassette.
Pull out the misfeed paper.
Make sure no paper remains under the roller in the casette.
Install, the cassette, inserting it as far as possible into the printer.
Clearing a Misfeed from inside the Printer
Open the top cover.
Remove the toner cartridge and store it in a light-free protective bag.
After removing the misfeed paper, lower the two levers.
If the paper is stopped by the fuser, lift the green levers on each side, and then slowly pull out the paper from the roller.
Open the paper feed roller cover.
Pull out the jammed paper.
ATTENTION Do not pull out the paper from above the roller; otherwise, decreased print quality may result.
Close the paper feed roller Cover.
Close the top cover.
Align, the, tabs on the toner cartridge (one on each side) with the notches in the printer, and then insertthe cartridge as far as possible.
Clearing a Misfeed from output bin
Remove the paper from the output bin. If necesssary, gently pull out any paper thats is still jammed.
ATTENTION Do not touch the rollers or gears within the printer; otherwise, the printer may be damaged.
MSP 3000 Printer
MSP 3000 Printer Chapter 4
This chapter identifies the different parts of the system and explains the MSP 3000 printers operational procedures.
Upper Unit Lock Release Lever: Power Indicator: Print Tray: Paper Guides: Paper Feeding Tray: (Tray) Cassette 1: Cassette 2: (option) Power Switch:
Use to open the Upper Unit. Light indicates when the Printer is turned ON. Prints are output from the Printer, face down onto this tray which can hold up to 500 sheets of standard paper. Slide the guides to secure the paper stack. Capable of holding up to 150 sheets of standard-size paper. (8-1/2" 11", 11" 17", 8-1/2" 14" or A3, B4, A4) Capable of holding up to 250 sheets of standard-size paper. (8-1/2" 11", 11" 17", 8-1/2" 14" or A3, B4, A4) Capable of holding up to 250 sheets of standard-size paper. (8-1/2" 11", 11" 17", 8-1/2" 14" or A3, B4, A4) Use to turn the Printer ON and OFF.
Upper Unit: Image Transfer Roller: Fusing Unit:
Open to replace the Imaging Cartridge and to clear misfed sheets of paper. Transfers the image onto the sheet of paper. Be careful to avoid touching it with your bare hands. Permanently fixes the image onto the sheet of paper. * The Printer has two connectors to facilitate connection with two separate Scanner units.
Imaging Cartridge: Seal: Power Cord Socket:
Where the image is generated for transfer onto the sheet of paper. Be careful to avoid touching it with your bare hands. Remove the seal before installing the new cartridge. The power cord is plugged into this socket.
Use only the following types of paper
Type Size Plain and recycled paper (weight 16 to 24 lbs. / 60 to 90 g/m2) Standard sizes: 11" 17", 8-1/2" 11", 8-1/2" 14" (or A3, B4, A4).
Capacity Paper Feeding Tray: 8-1/2" 11", 11" 8-1/2", 8-1/2" 14", 11" 17" (or A3, B4, A4) plain and recycled paper Up to 150 sheets Paper Cassette: 8-1/2" 11", 11" 8-1/2", 8-1/2" 14", 11" 17" (or A3, B4, A4) plain and recycled paper Up to 250 sheets
To open the Carrier Glass, pull the handle of the Microfiche Holder. Following the same procedure described in Step 1, wipe the inner surfaces of the Carrier Glass.
Dry and polish the glasses with a soft, dry cloth to prevent spotting or smearing.
Cleaning the System Printer (Option)
Clean the Printer at regular intervals.
Cleaning the MSP 3500 Printer
When does the printer need cleaning? Clean this item thoroughly. Exterior Interior (paper feed rollers) After. Once a month or as needed, whichever comes first. Paper stops being fed from the paper tray(s).
Note: We recommend that you do not clean elsewhere inside the printer. If necessary, contact the authorized dealer. What cleaning materials should I use? ExteriorUse A soft dry cloth to clean the control panel. ExteriorAvoid Sharp or rough implements (such as wire or plastic cleaning pads or brushes); liquids. Aerosol or pump-sprayed cleaners; too much dampness in the cloth. Abrasive or corrosive solutions that contain solvents (such as alcohol, benzine, or thinners). InteriorAvoid Sharp or rough implements (such as wire or plastic cleaning pads or brushes); any liquids.
A soft, wrung-out damp cloth to clean the outside of the printer. Mild neutral detergent to clean the outside of the printer, if necessary. Interior Paper Feed RollersUse A soft dry clean cloth.
Cleaning the Printer Exterior
ATTENTION Never spray cleaning solution directly on the printer's surface; the spray could penetrate through the air vents of the printer and damage the internal circuits.
Cleaning the Printer Interior
Make sure any parts removed during cleaning are replaced before you plug in the printer. WARNING Turn off the printer, unplug the power cord, and disconnect all interface cables before cleaning.
Do not spill water or detergent into the printer; otherwise the printer will be damaged and an electric shock may occur. Read all caution and warning labels carefully, making sure to follow any instructions contained in them. These labels are located on the printer's interior.
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.
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:
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>
Warm-up Time: First Print Time: Print Speed: Multiple Printing: Paper Supply:
Printers Dimensions: Printers Weight:
Printers Power Consumption:
PR Mode : MSP 3000 Printer
Specifications Resolution: Printing Method: Developing System: Print Size: 400, 600 dpi Laser Electrostatic Fine Micro-Toning (Fine-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 15.2 seconds (11" x 17" or A3 , 400 dpi, AE) 13 seconds (8-1/2" x 11" or A4 , 400 dpi, AE) 15 sheets per minute (11" x 17" or A3 , 400 dpi) 20 sheets per minute (8-1/2" x 11" or A4 , 400 dpi) 1-19 sheets (LED countdown identification) Automatic Feeding Supply Paper Feeding Tray (150 sheets max.) Paper Cassette 1 (250 sheets max.) Paper Cassette 2 (250 sheets max.): Option Less than 750W 22"(W) x 20-1/2"(D) x 16"(H) or 561(W) x 521(D) x 409(H) mm 67-3/4 lbs. (28kg) <Including Imaging Cartridge>
Printers Power Consumption: Printers Dimensions: Printers Weight:
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
2. Initial Settings
This system offers three types of settings: the user settings that are made by the user on the control panel, the settings that are made by the user using with the User Mode, and the system settings that are made by the authorized dealer.
User Settings on the Control Panel
User Settings Exposure mode Print image density Paper Selection Initial Setting Auto Center A4 (Letter) crosswise Rotation OFF Film type Auto Skew Correction Auto Masking Manual Masking Centering/Fit Print Mode Resolution Auto OFF OFF See p. 7-9, U4: Paper Feeding Tray Size. Remark
OFF Text 600 dpi 400 dpi
Enabled only when the Manual Frame Masking Kit (option) is mounted.
MSP 3500 Printer MSP 3000 Printer
* When any of these functions has been changed and you want to store that new setting in the systems memory, press the Memory Input Key.
User mode allows the default values of various functions to be set or changed as necessary. Setting these default values according to the need of the user saves labor in making settings again each time the power is turned ON or Panel Reset is activated. Display U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 Function Name Special Print Mode Engineering Enhancement Mode Auto Power Save Paper Feeding Tray Size Imprint Position Setting Not available. Corrects slight image distortion occurring in the scan direction. Used to set the time it takes the unit to be automatically set into the Auto Power Save mode. Used to set the size and direction of the paper loaded in the Paper Feeding Tray. Used to turn ON or OFF the Date Print and Character Overlay functions, and to set the date print position for the Date Print function. Used to set the print pattern for the Date Print function. Used to correct the time-of-day for the Date Print function when it becomes wrong. Used to display the number of scan sequences carried out by the Scanner. Description
U6 U7 U8
Year, Month and Date Set Mode Imprint Mode Set Total Scan Counter
Entering and Leaving the User Mode
Hold down the Shift key and Output Selection key at the same time for 0.5 sec. The Multi-Print Display displays a U.
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the specific function. Darker Pressing the Darker key selects the function in the following order: U U1 U2 U3. U8. Lighter Pressing the Lighter key selects the function in the following order: U8 U7 U6 U5. U. Press the Exposure Mode key to display d(*). *: Current setting value
Press the Exposure Adjustment key (Darker or Lighter) to select the specific setting value. Darker Pressing the Darker key selects the setting value in the following order: d0 d1. Lighter Pressing the Lighter key selects the setting value in the following order: d5 d4. d0 Press the Start key to validate the setting value.
Press the Clear key. This lets you leave the User mode, returning back to the ordinary mode.
If the Exposure Mode key is pressed, the setting value is not validated and the User mode initial screen (U) appears. If a new function is to be set, start the procedure over beginning with step 2.
Settings in Each User Mode Function
U1: Special Print Mode This function is not available. U2: Engineering Enhancement Mode Slight image distortion occurring in the scan direction can be corrected with this function. Before Correction After Correction
Select U2 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.
NOTE This setting returns to the default value when the Power Switch is turned OFF. You can register the setting value using with the Job Program. See p. 2-38.
Code d0 d1 d2 d3 d4 d5 d6 d7 d8
Setting Value 0mm 0.5mm 1.0mm 1.5mm 2.0mm 2.5mm 3.0mm 3.5mm 4.0mm
2. Initial Settings U3: Auto Power Save Time it takes the unit to be automatically set into the Power Save mode can be set.
Select U3 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 d1 d2 d3 Setting Value Auto Power Save (15 min.) Auto Power Save (30 min.) Auto Power Save (60 min.) Initial Setting *
NOTE For the USA and Canada only: The Auto Power Save function becomes available for setting only if the Energy Star Kit is mounted on the Scanner.
Your widescreen microform solution
MS7000 MKII digital microform scanner
12" x 17" screen and dual output lets you comfortably view more visual information, then select the output format you want with ease.
More speed, more options: more visual display.
A total solution for microform access and distribution. with 12" x 17" widescreen viewing, to display more visual information. 600 dpi optical resolution. Laser printer options And versatile interface USB 2.0 for PC plus video for direct print. Digital technology makes microform data more powerful thAn ever. Konica Minolta makes microform access and distribution quick and simple with widescreen viewing, highresolution image quality, flexible PC connectivity, and versatile printing options for superior results in every application.
The MS7000 MKII gives you widescreen, highresolution 12" x 17" viewing to display more visual information. It lets you quickly access the data, drawings, graphics and microfilm archive information you need. You can electronically enhance images, zoom in on areas to magnify fine details, and utilize a wide range of auto imaging convenience features. Then scan to PC for electronic distribution as Email attachments, or for use in desktop publishing and print ona high-quality Konica Minolta Laser Printer at34ppm. Dual output lets you switch between PC scanning and hard-copy printing at the touch of a button. With push scanning, you can initiate scan functions and adjust scanning parameters right on the front panel of your scanner no need to move from scanner to PC. Operating controls and image enhancement functions are so simple, even a first-time user can be productive right from the start. Professionals in architecture and manufacturing, business and finance, education and professional applications know they can count on Konica Minolta quality and performance. Now, we are introducing a new widescreen Konica Minolta Digital Microform Scanner that builds ona legacy of quality and innovation in microform display with scanning precision, resolution enhancement and printing options tolet you customize a total microform solution for your specific needs. When you print, Konica Minolta delivers professional results every time. Your Konica Minolta Laser Printer provides crisp, highresolution images with quick first-copy output and 34 ppm speed to keep pace with busy document traffic. Youll also have the flexibility ofstand-alone printer and scanner configuration, including the ability of two scanners to share asingle MSP3500 printer. Whichever model and options you choose, youhave a total system for quality and productivity from the world leader inmicrographics technology.
MSP3500 Laser Printer Superior Konica Minolta image quality, fast output at up to 34 ppm with large paper capacity of 700 sheets and first-copy output in 16.5seconds or less. Optional Workstation With over/under design for space-saving installation; holds MS7000 MKII Scanner above, MSP3500 Laser Printer below. Widescreen viewing High-resolution, anti-glare 12" x 17" screen displays more visual information and remains comfortable on the eyes even in long work sessions. High-resolution scanning Optical resolution of 600 dpi and selectable scanning density of 200, 300, 400, 600, even 800 dpi (for check scanning) 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, autocentering and auto frame masking. Optional trimming and masking Makes it easy to select and verify the exact scan area you want. Versatile interface Standard USB 2.0 connector and TWAIN interface for PC 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. Grayscale support If your application demands high-quality graphic reproduction, the optional Grayscale Upgrade Kit lets you output 8-bit, 256-gradation grayscale images to your PC to capture fine detail more accurately.
MS7000 MKII Digital Microform Scanner Specifications
TYPE: halogen lamp:
MSP3500 Printer Specifications
Desktop Universal Digital Microform Scanner
type of film:
20 V, 150 W
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Microfiche, jackets, aperture cards 16mm & 35mm roll film 16mm film cartridges
dimensions (w x d x h)
12" x 17" (303 x 440mm)
22" x 30" x 33.5" (560 x 760 x 853mm)
34 sheets per minute (8.5" x 11" or A4, 400 dpi)
first print speed:
7.5x, 9-16x, 13-27x, 20-50x
143 lbs. 4 oz. (65 kg)
19 seconds (11" x 17", 600 dpi) 16.5 seconds (8.5" x 11", 600 dpi)
Manual Auto (optional)
Prism rotation (auto: prism lens included) Carrier rotation (fiche carrier)
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5 seconds per page, 400 dpi 4 seconds per page continuous print, 400 dpi
Grayscale Kit (256 levels, 8- bit output to PC) MSP3500 Digital Laser Printer Footswitch Lenses (same as for MS7000, MicroSP3000, MS3000, RP6072) Fiche Carrier 5 Universal Carrier UC-2 Universal Carrier UC-8 Roll Film Carrier 15 A/M Auto Focus Kit Manual Frame Masking Kit MARS Mini Controller 2 Workstations
8.5" x 11" (A4, landscape) 8.5" x 11" (A4, portrait) 8.5" x 14" (B4, landscape) 11" x 17" (A3, portrait)
500-sheet letter-size cassette 200-sheet paper feeding tray
maximum paper capacity:
Less than 70 seconds
200, 300, 400, 600 dpi 800 dpi (check scanning) PC Mode
Compatible with IBM PC/AT
OPERATING SYSTEM (32 BIT DRIVER):
Less than 1100W
dimensions (w x d x h):
50% - 200%, Direct Print
1-99 prints (LED countdown identification) (with MSP3500 printer)
Windows 7 (32 bit) Windows Vista (32 bit) SP2 or later Windows XP Professional/ Home Edition SP3 or later Windows 2000 Professional SP4 or later
OPERATING SYSTEM (64 BIT DRIVER):
21.2" x 22.2" x 17" (539 x 566 x 423mm)
71.75 lbs. (32.5kg)
Video (direct print) to MSP3500 printer USB 2.0 (to PC, switchable on front panel)
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Windows 7 (64 bit) Windows Vista (64 bit) SP2 or later Windows XP Professional x64 Edition SP2 or later
Pentium III 500 MHz or higher/ 256MB (minimum)
Auto Centering Auto Focus (optional) Auto Frame Masking Auto Image Rotation Auto Skew Correction Check Stacking Date Stamp (with printer) Footswitch Support (optional) Front-Panel Scanning (push scanning) Grayscale Support (optional) Manual Masking (trimming & masking; optional)
High-Speed USB* Compatible with USB 1.0, 1.1, 2.0
32-bit Application compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows 2000 *USB 2.0 is needed to achieve highspeed USB communication andis recommended to achieve maximum performance.
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