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Loading paper in paper tray 1
1 Pull out paper tray 1.
Gently pull the tray out until it stops.
3 Gently push tray 1 into the machine.
Push the tray firmly all the way into the machine.
4 Set the paper type.
If you change the paper type setting if the paper type is changed in either paper tray, refer to "Setting the paper type and paper size" (page 2-5).
Load paper into the tray.
Do not load paper above the maximum height line (approximately 500 sheets of 80 g/m2 (20 lbs.) paper).
5 Loading paper complete.
in paper tray 1 is now
Changing the paper size in paper tray 1
For paper tray 1, A4, B5 or 8-1/2" x 11" size paper can be set. Use the following procedure to change the size as needed.
If paper remains in the tray, remove it.
4 Gently push tray 1 into the machine.
the guide 2 Adjustlength andplates A and B in the tray to the width of the paper.
The guide plates A and B are slidable. Adjust them to the paper size to be loaded while squeezing their lock levers.
5 Set the paper size.
Be sure to set the paper size and paper type referring to "Setting the paper type and paper size" (page 2-5). If this is not done, paper misfeeds will occur.
6 Changing paper size in paper tray 1 is now complete.
3 Load paper into the tray. 2-2
Specifications of paper trays
The specifications for types and sizes of paper that can be used in each tray are shown below.
Tray Paper tray 1 Multi purpose drawer /bypass tray Tray No. (tray name) Tray 1 Tray 2 /bypass tray Applicable paper types Plain paper (Refer to the next page for applicable plain papers.) Plain paper (Refer to the next page for applicable plain papers.) Applicable paper sizes A4, B5, 8-1/2" x 11" Paper weight 60 to 105 g/m2 or 16 to 28 lbs.
If "AUTO-AB" is selected in setting the 60 to 128 g/m2 paper type and paper size (page 2-5), or 16 to 34 lbs. the following paper sizes can be used with the automatic detection function: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5R, 8-1/2 x 13" If "AUTO-INCH" is selected in setting the paper type and paper size (page 2-5), the following paper sizes can be used with the automatic detection function: 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14", 8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R, 7-1/4" x 10-1/2", 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"R Non-standard sizes If "AUTO-AB" is selected in setting the paper type and paper size (page 2-5), the following paper sizes can be used with the automatic detection function: A4, A4R, B5, B5R If "AUTO-INCH" is selected in setting the paper type and paper size (page 2-5), the following paper sizes can be used with the automatic detection function: 8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R Non-standard sizes Japanese official postcard Applicable standard size envelopes: COM-10, Monarch, DL, C5, ISO B5 CHOKEI 3 Non-standard size See the remarks for special paper on the next page.
PAPER TRAY SETTINGS TYPE / SIZE TRAY 1
FIXED PAPER SIDE 1/4 DISABLE DUPLEX
DISABLE STAPLE DISABLE PUNCH
Touch the key or key to display the setting screen of the desired paper tray. NOTE To automatically switch to a tray with the same size and type of paper (if there is one) in the event that the paper tray runs out of paper, display the last screen with the key and select [AUTO TRAY SWITCHING].
USER TYPE 5
7 Select the size of paper that was loaded in the tray.
Touch the appropriate keys (checkboxes).
8 Touch the screen.
[OK] key in the size setting
You will return to the tray setting screen of step 4.
TRAY 2 TYPE/SIZE SETTING
TYPE PLAIN AUTO-INCH AUTO-AB SIZE INPUT SIZE
9 Select output functions that can be used with the selected tray.
PRINT COPY FAX I-FAX DOC. FILING 2/2
11X17,81/2 X14,81/2 X11 81/2 X11R,71/4X101/2,51/2X81/2R A3,A4,A4R,A5R,B4,B5 B5R,216X330(81/2X13) X17 Y11 NON STANDARD SIZE
[AUTO-INCH] key [AUTO-AB] key
: Select when you have loaded an inch-based size of paper. : Select when you have loaded an AB size of paper.
Touch the checkboxes under the desired items to select them. Checkboxes that can be selected will vary depending on the options that are installed.
[SIZE INPUT] key : Select to directly enter a paper size (see page 2-6). [NON STANDARD: Select when you have SIZE] checkbox loaded a non-standard size of paper (see page 2-6). [POST] key : Select this when you have loaded postcards.
for each 10 Configure paper settingsto exit. tray and then touch the [OK] key
NOTE The type and size of paper loaded in the bypass tray can also be set from the paper selection screen. Touch the [PAPER SELECT] key at the top of the base screen to display the paper selection screen, touch the [PAPER SELECT] key for the bypass tray, and then go to step 6.
NOTE Sizes that can be selected vary depending on the selected paper type.
saddle 4 Push the machine.stitch against the
Empty the punch debris into a plastic bag or other container for disposal, taking care not to spill any of the punch debris.
Misfeed in the saddle stitch finisher
When a misfeed occurs in the saddle stitch finisher, remove the misfed paper following the procedure below.
1 Press the detach button and separate the saddle stitch finisher from the machine.
5 Remove the misfed paper.
Remove the paper gently, taking care not to tear it.
CAUTION The saddle stitch finisher and the machine are connected at the rear. Exercise caution when pulling them apart.
6 Close the top cover.
2 Remove any machine.
misfed paper from the
7 Remove any misfed paper from the stapler compiler.
misfed step 2, pull 3 If there was no knob Bpaper in punch unit roller rotating on the toward you and rotate it. (Only when an optional punch unit is installed.)
Rotating roller rotating knob B releases the caught paper.
8 Open the section.
cover of the saddle stitch
4 Open the top cover. 9 Remove the misfed paper.
10 Open the front cover.
15 Push the saddle stitch finisher back onto the machine.
11 Rotate roller rotating knob D in the direction of the arrow.
Roller rotating knob D
12 Remove any misfed paper from the saddle stitch tray.
13 Close the cover of the saddle stitch section.
14 Close the front cover.
Troubleshooting (concerning the saddle stitch finisher)
Check the list below before calling for service. Problem The saddle stitch finisher does not operate. Check Are any saddle stitch finisher covers open? Solution or cause Close all covers. (See page 3-14.)
Message indicating need to remove paper Remove all remaining paper from the stapler from the stapler compiler displayed? compiler referring to step 4 on page 3-20. Message requesting check for the staple unit displayed? Remove jammed staples. (See page 3-20.) Replace the staple cartridge. (See page 3-19.) Check that a staple cartridge has been installed. (See page 3-20.) Stapling cannot be performed onto different size paper. Paper may be curled heavily depending on the paper type and quality. Remove paper from the paper tray or the bypass tray, turn it upside down, and load it again. Check the positions where punching is possible. Dispose of punch scraps. (See page 3-21.) Stapling cannot be performed onto different size paper.
Reduction and enlargement ratios can be selected automatically or manually. Automatic selection: Auto image (see below) Manual selection: Preset copy ratios/zoom (see page 4-16)
Automatic selection (auto image)
The reduction or enlargement ratio will be selected automatically based on the original size and the selected paper size.
1 Place the original in the document feeder tray or on the document glass. (pages 4-3
The detected original size will be displayed. NOTE Automatic ratio adjustment can only be used for the following original and paper sizes. It cannot be used for other sizes. However, in the case of non-standard original and paper sizes, the sizes can be entered to make automatic ratio adjustment possible for those sizes. Original sizes:Standard sizes (see "Original size detection function" on page 4-3.) Paper size: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, or A5R (11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14", 8-1/2" x 11", 81/2" x 11"R, or 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"R)
NOTE If the message "ROTATE ORIGINAL FROM TO " is displayed, change the orientation of the original as indicated in the message. When the message above is displayed, copying can be done without changing the orientation, but the image will not fit the paper correctly.
numeric 4 Use the of copies.keys to set the desired number
the [PAPER SELECT] 2 Touch the desired paper size.key and then select
5 If needed, touch the [QUICK FILE] key*.
1. A4 A4
PLAIN PLAIN PLAIN PLAIN
2. B4 3. B4 4. A4
The selected paper size key is highlighted and the paper selection screen closes.
NOTE If paper of the desired size is not loaded in any tray, load paper of the required size in a paper tray. (See "Setting the paper type and paper size" on page 2-5.)
3 Touch the [AUTO IMAGE] key.
5.81/2 x11 AUTO IMAGE
* Can only be used on the d-Copia 315 Network version, or when the document filling function has been added. Either key can be touched to store the scanned FILE document image on the machine's hard disk. The QUICK FILE stored image can be reused later. For more information on this function, see "Document filing function" in chapter 7. If the [FILE] key is greyed out, only the [QUICK FILE] key can be selected. When you touch the [QUICK FILE] key, a message asking you to confirm the save will appear. Touch the [OK] key in the message screen and go to the next step. If you wish to cancel the save, touch the [QUICK FILE] key after touching the [OK] key so that the [QUICK FILE] key is no longer highlighted.
6 Press the [START] key.
The [AUTO IMAGE] key PAPER SELECT will be highlighted and the best reduction or 122% enlargement ratio for the COPY RATIO original size and the selected paper size will be selected and displayed in the copy ratio display. If you placed the original on the document glass, set the output mode to "Sort", and pressed the [START] key, you must touch the [READ-END] key after all pages of the original have been scanned. (Step 8 on page 4-12) To cancel the auto image mode, touch the [CA] key.
Manual selection (preset copy ratios/zoom)
Preset ratios (maximum 400%, minimum 25%) can be selected with the enlargement and reduction keys. In addition, the zoom keys can be used to select any ratio from 25% to 400% in increments of 1%. <The key operator program on page 14 of the key operator's guide can be used to set two additional enlargement ratios and two additional reduction ratios.>
NOTE When the original is placed in the document feeder, the ratio can be set from 25% to 200%.
reduction, enlargement, 4 Use thekeys on the touch panel to setand [ZOOM] the desired copy ratio.
2 Touch the [COPY RATIO] key.
key 3 Use the [MENU]copyto select menu " menu " " for ratio selection.
Zoom ratios: Any ratio from 25% to 400% can ZOOM be set in 1% increments. Touch the [ ] key to increase the ratio, or the [ ] key to decrease MENU XY ZOOM the ratio. (If you continue to touch the [ ]/[ ] key, the ratio will change automatically. After 3 seconds, the ratio will change rapidly.)
AUTO ORIGINAL AUTO EXPOSURE AUTO A4 PAPER SELECT
A.Preset reduction copy ratios are: 70%, 81% and 86% (for the AB system). 77% and 64% (for the inch system). B.Preset enlargement copy ratios are: 115%, 122% and 141% (for the AB system). 121% and 129% (for the inch system). Menu
NOTES Touch a reduction or enlargement key to set the approximate ratio, then touch the [ ] key to increase the ratio or the [ ] key to decrease the ratio. Automatic changing of the ratio when a zoom key is continuously touched can be disabled in the key operator programs (see "Key operation setting (prohibit key repeat)" on page 10 of the key operators guide). If the message "IMAGE IS LARGER THAN COPY PAPER." appears when a ratio is selected, the image may not fit on the copy paper. To set the horizontal and vertical copy ratios separately, use the XY ZOOM feature. See page 4-18.
NOTES Touch a reduction or enlargement key to set the approximate ratio, then touch the [ ] key to increase the ratio or the [ ] key to decrease the ratio. Automatic changing of the ratio when a zoom key is continuously touched can be disabled in the key operator programs (see "Key operation setting (prohibit key repeat) on page 10 of the key operators guide).
6 Touch the [Y] key.
7 Use the ZOOM ([
70% 64% 50%
reduction, enlargement, and ], [ ]) keys to change the copy ratio in the vertical (Y) direction.
as 10 Select any desired copy settings suchand the exposure or number of copies, then press the [START] key.
The zoom keys can be used to change the ratio from 25% to 400% in increments of 1%. If needed, you can touch the [X] key once again to readjust the X zoom.
To cancel an X or Y zoom setting. Touch the [XY ZOOM] key or the [CANCEL] key in the ratio selection screen (step 3 or 7 on page 4-18).
8 Touch the [OK] key.
141% 200% 400%
9 If needed, touch the [PAPER SELECT] key and select the paper size.
AUTO ORIGINAL AUTO EXPOSURE PAPER SELECT X-50% Y-70% COPY RATIO
If the AUTO PAPER SELECT mode is on, the appropriate copy paper size will have been automatically selected based on the original size and selected copy ratios.
The tray 2 and the bypass tray on the optional duplex module with bypass tray can be used to make copies on transparencies, postcards, label sheets, envelopes*1, and plain paper. *1 Envelopes can be placed in the tray 2.
5 Select the bypass tray.
READY TO SCAN FOR COPY
P P P P
2 Load the special paper in the bypass tray.
Place the paper with the printed side face down. See page 2-3 for the specifications of paper that can be used in the bypass tray. For the paper loading instructions, see "Loading paper in the bypass tray" (page 3-3).
as 6 Select any desired copy settings suchand the exposure or number of copies, then press the [START] key.
When copying from the document glass in the sort mode using the [START] key, touch the [READ-END] key after all originals have been scanned (step 8 on page 4-12).
12 [When using feeder:]
the automatic document
Copying will start after all originals have been scanned. (The next step is not needed.)
[When using the document glass:]
Replace the original with the next original and press the [START] key. Repeat this operation until all originals have been scanned and then touch the [READ-END] key. NOTES When the pamphlet copy function is set, the twosided copying mode will be automatically selected. If this function is used in combination with the pamphlet copy function (pamphlet stapling) and the number of original pages exceeds the number of pages that can be stapled, a message asking you to select "CANCEL", "CONTINUE", or "DIVIDE" will appear. To cancel the job, select "CANCEL". To make pamphlet copies without stapling, select "CONTINUE". To divide the pages into sets that can be stapled, select "DIVIDE". If you performed steps 4 to 6 to insert cover paper, divided stapling is not possible. You can either continue pamphlet copying without stapling, or cancel the job. To cancel the pamphlet copy function, touch the [CANCEL] key on the pamphlet copy setting screen (step 7).
OK CANCEL OK
Return to the main screen of copy mode.
Use job build mode when you need to copy more originals than can be placed in the document feeder at once. The maximum number of originals that can be placed in the document feeder at once is 50 sheets (30 sheets when the size is B4 or larger; for more information see "Acceptable originals" on page 4-2). This function lets you divide and scan the originals in sets. This function allows the original pages to be scanned in sets. [Example] Copying 100 pages of A4 originals
100 original pages
*Divide the originals into sets of 50 pages each. Scan the originals starting from the first page of set A. Scan set B next, taking care to keep the correct page order.
that is 4 Make sureselect the desired paper size or selected, the number of copies other copy settings, and [START] key. press the
1 Touch the [JOB BUILD] key on the special modes screen.
When you return to the screen of step 2, the [INSERTION TYPE A SETTING] key will be highlighted.
7 If you wish to insert a different paper with the [INSERTION TYPE B SETTING] key,
repeat steps 2 through 6. Use the [INSERTION TYPE B SETTING] key instead of the [INSERTION TYPE A SETTING] key, and the [INSERTION TYPE B] key instead of the [INSERTION TYPE A] key.
OK TS INSERTION TYPE A SETTING INSERTION TYPE B SETTING CANCEL OK PAPER TRAY SETTINGS PAGE LAYOUT
(1)The tray name (tray position) selected for insertion type A and the paper size and type are shown in (X). If the tray in which you loaded paper for insertion type A is shown, touch the [OK] key. You will return to the screen of step 2. (2)If the correct tray for insertion type A does not appear in (X), touch the (Y) key. The tray selection screen will appear. Select the tray in which you loaded paper for insertion type A. You will return to the screen of step 2.
the [INSERTION TYPE 4 Touch the screen of step 2 A SETTING] key in
8 Touch the [INSERTION SETTINGS] key to specify the pages where you wish to insert
the insert papers of [INSERTION TYPE A SETTING] and [INSERTION TYPE B SETTING].
CANCE RTION SETTING TION SETTING
11 If you wish to insert a different paper with the [INSERTION TYPE B SETTING] key,
TYPE A] 9 Touch the [INSERTIONkey, enterkey or the [INSERTION TYPE B] the page number where you wish to insert the insert paper with the numeric keys, and then touch the [ENTER] key.
INPUT THE PAGE NUMBER AND PRESS [ENTER]. USE [C] KEY TO AMEND. INSERTION SETTINGS INSERTION PAGE INSERTION TOTAL:ENTER INSERTION TYPE A TRAY2 A4 PLAIN OK INSERTION TYPE B TRAY2 81/2x11 A4 PLAIN
[PAGE LAYOUT] the 12 Touch thestep 11 to display akey in the screen of list of selected settings (page 5-15). To exit the cover/insert settings, touch the upper [OK] key in the screen of step 11.
13 Press the [START] key.
(1)(X) shows the total number of inserts. Up to 100 inserts can be added. When inserting multiple inserts, touch the [ENTER] key after each entry of an insertion page number (insertion position) with the numeric keys. (2)(Y) shows the tray selected in step 3 for [INSERTION TYPE A SETTING] and the paper size and type. (3)(Z) shows the tray selected in step 3 for [INSERTION TYPE B SETTING] and the paper size and type. (4)When the [INSERTION TYPE A] key is highlighted, the insert settings apply to [INSERTION TYPE A SETTING]. When the [INSERTION TYPE B] key is highlighted, the insert settings apply to [INSERTION TYPE B SETTING].
9 Select the tray 2.
11 Set the insertion conditions for the insert paper.
1. A4 2. A4 3. A3 4. A4
PLAIN TRANSPARENCY PLAIN PLAIN
AUTO ORIGIN AUT EXPOS PAPE 100 COPY R
PRINT ON INSERT SHEETS YES NO
INSERTION SHEET TRAY3 A4 PLAIN
10 Touch the key in the
SPECIAL MODES COVERS/INSERTS
[TRANSPARENCY INSERTS] special modes screen (2nd
The Transparency inserts setting screen will appear. The transparency inserts icon ( , etc.) will also appear in the upper left corner of the screen to indicate that the function is turned on.
(1) Select whether or not the insert paper will be copied on with the (X) keys ([YES] or [NO]). (2) The (Y) key shows the tray selected for the insert paper and the paper size and type. To select a different tray, touch this key to display the tray selection screen and select the tray that has the insert paper.
12 Touch the outer [OK] key in the screen of step 7.
You will return to the main screen of copy mode. About the steps that follow If an automatic document feeder is being used, see pages 4-7 through 4-10. If the document glass is being used, see pages 4-11 through 4-13. To cancel the Transparency film with insert sheets function, touch the [CANCEL] key on the Transparency film with insert sheets setting screen.
Multiple original pages can be copied onto one sheet of copy paper in a uniform layout. Select 2in1 to copy two original pages onto one sheet, or 4in1 to copy four original pages onto one sheet. This function is convenient when you wish to present multiple pages in a compact format, or show a view of all pages in a document. [Example] Copying 4 original pages onto one sheet of paper (Page number : 4in1, layout : left top : right top (see the next page))
One-sided copies one-sided originals from
When using the multi shot function, place the originals, select the desired paper size, and select the copying mode before selecting the multi shot function on the special modes screen. When using the multi shot function, the appropriate copy ratio will be automatically set based on the original size, paper size, and the number of originals to be copied onto one sheet. The minimum reduction ratio is 25%. The original size, copy paper size, and selected number of original pages may require that the ratio be less than 25%. As copying will take place at 25% in this case, part of the original images may be cut off.
Stamp Page numbering
Minutes of meeting Minutes of meeting
Examples of page number printing
Page number printing during one-sided copying (5 originals)
Setting TOTAL PAGE FIRST NUMBER LAST NUMBER PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET Value AUTO 1 AUTO 1 FIRST NUMBER: 11 FIRST NUMBER: 11 LAST NUMBER: 13 Printed contents when settings are changed as follows TOTAL PAGE: 2 TOTAL PAGE: 15 FIRST NUMBER: 11 LAST NUMBER: 13 11/15 11/13 1/2 11/15 12/15 12/13 2/2 12/15 13/15 13/13 14/15 15/15 1st page 2nd page 3rd page 4th page 5th page
Not printed Not printed
Not printed Not printed Not printed 13/15 1/3 Not printed Not printed 2/3 3/3
PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET: 3 Not printed Not printed
Page number printing during two-sided copying (9 originals)
Setting TOTAL PAGE FIRST NUMBER LAST NUMBER PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET Printed contents when settings are changed as follows Value AUTO 1 AUTO 1 PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET: 3 1st page Front Back 2nd page Front Back 3rd page Front Back 4th page Front Back 5th page Front Back
Page number printing during one-sided copying of body pages with covers inserted (4 originals)
Setting TOTAL PAGE FIRST NUMBER LAST NUMBER PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET COUNT FRONT COVER Value AUTO 1 AUTO 1 Not selected PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET: 2 COUNT FRONT Printed contents when COVER: Selected settings are changed COUNT FRONT as follows COVER: Selected PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET: 2 Not printed Not printed Not printed (count) Not printed (count) 2/5 1/3 3/5 2/3 4/5 3/3 5/5 1st page (Front cover) 2nd page 3rd page 4th page 5th page
When a back cover is inserted, page numbers are counted and printed in the same way. Note that page numbers are never printed on front and back covers.
Page number printing during two-sided copying of body pages with covers (one-side copying) inserted (9 originals)
Setting TOTAL PAGE FIRST NUMBER LAST NUMBER PRINTING STARTS FROM SHEET COUNT FRONT COVER Value AUTO 1 AUTO 1 Not selected PRINTING STARTS Not FROM SHEET: 3 printed Not printed Not printed 3/10 Not printed Not printed 4/10 Not printed Not printed 5/10 Not printed 6/10 1/4 7/10 2/4 8/10 3/4 9/10 4/4 10/10 1st page (front cover) Front Back 2nd page Front Back 3rd page Front Back 4th page Front Back 5th page Front Back
AUTO ORIGINAL AUTO
The selected settings will be stored in the number key selected in step 3.
2 Touch the [STORE/DELETE] key.
number 3 Touch theto storedkey ( to ) in which you wish the job program.
PROGRAMS ESS PROGRAM NUMBER.
If a number key is selected in step 3 that has already been programmed. A setting confirmation screen will appear. To replace the existing program with the new program, touch the [STORE] key and continue from step 4. If you do not wish to replace the existing program, touch the [CANCEL] key to return to the screen of step 3 and select a different number key. NOTE If overwriting of programmed copy settings has been prohibited in the key operator programs, you will not be able to store a job program. (See page 15 of the key operator's guide.)
Number keys in which job programs are already stored are highlighted.
settings 4 Selectinthe copyprogram. that you wish to store the job
TO STORE, MAKE SELECTIONS AND PRESS [OK], TO DELETE, PRESS [CANCEL].
A4 A4 B4 A3
The number of copies cannot be stored.
Calling up a job program
3 Set the number of copies if needed and then press the [START] key.
Copying will begin using the settings of the job program.
2 Touch the number key of the desired job program.
The screen automatically closes and the job program is called up. A number key that does not have a job program cannot be selected.
Deleting a stored job program
4 Touch the [DELETE] key.
The selected program is deleted and you return to the screen of step 3. To return to the screen CANCEL DELETE STORE RECALL STORE/DELETE of step 3 without deleting the job program, touch the [CANCEL] key. In both cases, touch the [EXIT] key on the screen displayed in the screen of step 3 to exit the job program mode.
A JOB PROGRAM HAS BEEN ALREADY STORED IN THIS LOCATION.
NOTE If overwriting of programmed copy settings has been prohibited in the key operator programs, you will not be able to clear a job program. (See page 15 of the key operator's guide.)
storage register 3 Select a to be deleted. number of the program
If a number key for which no job program has been stored is selected, the screen will change to the screen of step 4 on the previous page (for storing a job program).
INTERRUPTING A COPY RUN
The copy of the original scanned in interrupt mode is output before the remainder of the interrupted copy job.
1 Touch the [INTERRUPT] key.
original for job 2 Place the document the interrupt copy the in the feeder or on document glass (page 4-3).
14 Touch the [EXPOSURE] key.
saved image can be called up using 18 The file name, folder name, or user name, the or from the filing folder.
15 Select [AUTO] or [MANUAL].
To have the exposure adjusted automatically, select [AUTO].
operations be 19 The following image that was can up performed on the called in step 18:
If you selected [MANUAL], touch the or key to adjust the exposure. (For a darker image, touch the key. For a lighter image, touch the key.)
Using special functions for scan save.
Touch the [SPECIAL MODES] key in the main scan save screen to display the special modes screen. The functions below can be selected in this screen.
Touch the [SPECIAL MODES] key in the main screen.
READY TO SCAN TO HDD. PRESS [START] TO SCAN ORIGINAL. SCAN TO HDD AUTO EXPOSURE 300x300dpi RESOLUTION AUTO ORIGINAL
[READY TO SCAN TO HDD. PRESS [START] TO SCAN ORIGINAL. SPECIAL MODES DUAL PAGE SCAN OK
(1) [ERASE] key (see page 5-4) Use this function to erase shadows that can appear around the edges of the image when books and other thick originals are scanned. (2) [DUAL PAGE SCAN] key (see page 5-5) (Equivalent to Dual page copy in copy mode) This function is used to save the opened pages of a book in order one page at a time (left page then right page). (3) [2in1] key (see page 5-23) (When the fax or network scanner option is installed, this is equivalent to the 2in1 function described in the fax and network scanner manuals. It is also equivalent to the "Multi shot" function in copy mode; however, only 2in1 is possible for scan save.) This function reduces two original pages and arranges the images on a single page in a uniform layout.
(4) [JOB BUILD] key (see page 5-8) When you have more pages than can be placed in the document feeder at once, this function allows you to scan the pages in sets. (5) [CARD SHOT] key (see page 5-26) This function allows you to save the front and back side of a card on a single page (instead of saving each side as a separate file).
CALLING UP AND USING A FILE
Searching for and calling up a saved file
When calling up a file, you can enter the file name, folder name, or user name to quickly search for the file. To search for a file, touch the [SEARCH] key in the main screen of document filing mode or in a screen that shows folders or files in a folder. A data search screen will appear.
Job build..1-5, 5-2, 5-8, 7-12 Job programs. 1-6, 5-41 to 5-42 -Calling up.. 5-42 -Deleting.. 5-42 -Storing... 5-41 Job status screen.. 1-15 [JOB STATUS] key.. 1-13
Offset..1-7, 3-8, 3-15 [OFFSET] key.. 3-9, 3-18 Offset tray.. 3-7, 3-14 Operation panel.. 1-9, 1-13 -Document filing function.. 7-4 Original guides.. 4-3 Original orientation.. 3-16, 4-4 Original size..4-2, 4-5, 4-6 Output. 3-8, 3-9, 3-16, 3-18, 4-9, 4-12 Output tray.. 4-9
Key operator programs... 2-12 Keyboard select.. 2-14
Labels... 2-3 Landscape.. 1-2 Latch... 3-7 List print... 2-14
Page numbering..1-7, 5-29, 5-34 to 5-37 Pamphlet copy.. 1-4, 5-2, 5-6 Paper curled.. 2-24 Paper tray.. 1-9, 2-20 Paper tray settings.. 2-5, 2-14 Part names -Duplex module... 3-2 -Exterior.. 1-9 -Finisher.. 3-7 -Interior.. 1-10 -Mail-bin stacker.. 3-5 -Operation panel.. 1-13, 7-4 -Peripheral devices.. 1-11 -Saddle stitich finisher.. 3-14 Password... 7-8 Peripheral devices.. 1-11, 1-12 Photo... 4-14 Photoconductive drum.. 1-10, 6-2 Placing originals... 4-3 Plain paper... 2-3 to 2-4 Portrait... 1-2 Postcards... 2-8 Power... 1-17, 2-23 Power switch.. 1-9, 1-17 Preheat mode.. 1-8 Preset copy ratios.. 4-16 [PRINT JOB] key.. 1-16 Print menu.. 5-29 to 5-40 -Date... 5-32 -Stamp... 5-33 -Page numbering.. 5-34 -Text... 5-38 PRINT mode indicators.. 1-13 Printer condition... 2-12 Printer server card.. 1-12 Printer test page... 2-14 [PRIORITY] key.. 1-16 Proper storage... 2-16 Protect... 7-3 PS3 expansion kit.. 1-11 Punch module.. 3-15 [PUNCH] key... 3-18
Quick File folder... 7-3 [QUICK FILE FOLDER] key.. 7-5 [READ-END] key.. 4-12
Reduction... 4-15 Reduction/Enlargement.. 1-4, 4-15 Replacing the toner cartridges.. 2-15 Right output tray... 1-11 Rotation copying.. 4-4
[SADDLE STITCH] key.. 3-18 Saving a document image file.. 7-6 to 7-12 -Filing... 7-7 to 7-8 -Print jobs.. 7-9 -Quick file.. 7-6 -Scan save.. 7-10 to 7-11 [SCAN TO HDD] key... 7-5 [SEARCH] key... 7-5 Searching for a file.. 7-13 to 7-14 Selecting a function... 1-14 Selecting the exposure level.. 4-14 Selecting the exposure mode. 4-14 Selecting the output tray... 4-9 Sender control.. 2-12 Sender control list.. 2-14 Sending address list.. 2-14 Setting the paper size.. 2-5 to 2-6 Setting the paper type.. 2-5 to 2-7 Sharing.. 7-3 Side cover latch.. 1-10 Sort..1-3, 3-8, 3-15, 4-9 [SORT] key.. 3-9, 3-18 Special modes (Copier operation). 5-2 Special modes (Document filing function). 7-12 Special paper.. 2-3 to 2-4 Special papers... 4-20 Specifications.. 8-2 to 8-3 -Duplex module... 3-2 -Finisher.. 3-7 -Mail-bin stacker.. 3-5 -Punch module.. 3-15 -Sadlle stitch finisher... 3-14 -Stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer. 2-10 -Stand/MPD x 2000 sheet paper drawer. 2-11 Specifications of paper trays.. 2-3 Stamp...1-6, 5-29, 5-33 Stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer 1-9, 1-11, 2-3, 2-10 Stand/MPD & 2000 sheet paper drawer.1-9, 1-11, 2-3, 2-11 Standard sizes.. 1-2, 2-4 Standard sizes in both the inch and AB systems. 1-2 Staple box.. 3-7 Staple cartridge.. 3-10, 3-14 Staple cartridge replacement.. 3-10, 3-19 Staple jam removal.3-11, 3-20 to 3-21 Staple sort...1-7, 3-8, 3-16 [STAPLE SORT] key.. 3-9, 3-18 Stapler compiler... 3-14 Stapler section... 3-14 Stapling positions.. 3-8, 3-16 [START] key... 1-13 [STOP/DELETE] key.. 1-16 Storage of supplies.. 2-16
Type desktop/console Consolle 35 / 45 ppm Max. A3 / Min. A5R Std: 500 sheets / Max: 3100 sheets Less than 80 sec. 1,85 KW Max A3 Max 999 copies 600 x 600 dpi From 25% to 400% with 10 set ratios (5 reductions + 5 enlargements) from 25% to 200% with ADF DSPF Automatic paper format selection, zoom XY, stamp, automatic switch, copy rotation IEEE 1284, USB dpi,1200 dpi IEEE 1284, USB 2 1Ethernet 10 Base-T /100 Base-TX (optional for d-Copia 3501 e 4501) Windows NT 4.0, 2000, 2003 Server, XP, Windows 95/98/Me, Mac OS 8.6 to 9.2.2, Mac OS X 10.1.5, 10.2 to 10.2.8, 10.3 to 10.3.3 TCP/IP, IPX/SPX (Netware), NetBEUI, EtherTalk (AppleTalk) Standard: PCL 6/5e, Optional: PostScript liv. 3 Twain compatible 200x200 dpi, 300x300 dpi, 400x400dpi, 600x600 dpi PDF, TIFF, TIFF-F, TIFF-FX 24 GB (30.000 pages or 4.000 files) 8 GB on fast folders (10.000 pages or 1.000 files) 16 GB on custom folders (20.000 pages or 3.000 files) Utility SW Operating Systems Font
Speed Paper format Paper capacity Warm-up time Power consumption Original format Continuous copy Resolution Zoom range Main functions
First copy time (A4) Memory Dimensions Weight
4,9 sec. d-Copia 3501/MF 4,4 sec. d-Copia 4501/MF Std. 128 MB, max. 384 MB HD 40 GB (MF versions only) 824 x 665 x 1127 mm 100 kg electronic collate, document filing, up to 500 user codes, tandem network copy, book copy, edge cancellation, margin movement, dual page copy, cover page, transparency, N in 1 copy, card shot, booklet copy, work construction, mirror copy, B/W inversion, back to back, toner savings mode, confidential copy, irregular original copy stamp (date, page number, string) Windows 95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000/XP 80 fonts PCL, 136 fonts PostScript Network tandem print, RIP Once Print Many, document file on HD (test print, safety print) TIFF/PDF direct print, Carbon copy print back to back print, filter on IP/MAC addresses, default font and form dowload booklet print, N in 1 print (2/4/6/8/16) tray selection paper output, cover page and transparency insertion, fit to page, watermark electronic collate with page break Barcode compatibility, print auditing, work construction. Desktop Document Management Scan to Desktop Document Management, Server/Hard Disk, LDAP compatibility, save as and adress book, Internet Fax, PC-iFax transmission Quick folder, main folder, custom folder (max 500) Yes (with ID and PIN code)For main/user folders Up to 256 levels Duplex transmission/reception,fast transmission with error correction, F-code compatibility, up to 999 destinations with a single key, 500 groups, 8 work programs, up to 500 group calls, polling, saved transmission/reception, automatic reduction, rotated transmission, 2 in 1, card shot, original long transmission (up to 800 mm), edge/center erase PC-Fax transmission, delayed transmission
GDI NETWORK PRINTER
(optional for d-Copia 3501/4501)
Interfaces Resolution Interfaces
Network protocols Languages
Scan mode Resolution File format
(OPT. d-Copia 3501/4501 only)
Confidential data saving
Stored jobs Compression method Compatibility Transmission speed
Copies, prints, scans, sent faxes
MH/MR/MMR/JBIG SuperG3 / G3 Less than 3 seconds From 2.400 bps to 36.000 bps with automatic resolution Std: 203.2 x 97.8 dpi Extra fine: 406.4 x 391 dpi From A3 to AMB Flash memory, up-gradable to 10 MB Main features Greyscale
Modem speed Resolution Document formats Memory
Scanner unit AR-EF3, Scanner Rack AR-RK2, Duplex unit (AR-DU3), Duplex unit with Bypass tray (AR-DU4), Output tray (AR-TE3), Upper output tray (AR-TE4), Finisher with saddle staple (AR-FN7), Finisher 2 trays (AR-FN6), Hole puncher (AR-PN1A/C/D), Mail Bin Stacker (AR-MS1), Stand with 3 trays (ARD27), Stand with large tray 2.000 ff. (AR-D28), Multi-format tray (AR-MU2), Network Scanner kit (MX-NSX1), Kit PostScript 3 (AR-PK6), Kit Bar code (ARPF1), Data Security Kit (AR-FR21U), Fax card (AR-FX12).
d-Copia 3501 and 4501 only: Network card (AR-NC7), Network card + Hard Disk 40GB (AR-NC8), Kit Flash ROM (AR-PF2), Data Security Kit (AR-FR22U)
Product performances are referred to an appropriate use under optimal conditions. With the right to change technical specifications. The registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. d-Copia 3501/MF and d-Copia 4501/MF are distributed by Olivetti S.p.A. (10/06) - Code: 25613-00 OLIVETTI S.P.A. VIA JERVIS IVREA (TO) ITALY www.olivetti.com
MODULAR DIGITAL COPIERS
BLACK&WHITE SPEED MODULAR NETWORK
USER-FRIENDLY OPERATING PANEL
AUTOMATIC ORIGINAL DOCUMENT FEEDER
Internet-Fax and network printer and SCANNER CONNECTIONS
BUILT FOR SPEED AND PRODUCTIVITY
The new generation of modular digital copiers, designed to manage and speed up document flows with the greatest of ease.
MODULAR SYSTEM: FROM COPIER TO NETWORK PRINTER, SCANNER AND FAX PRINT FUNCTION GDI AND DI NETWORK* CONNECTION AS STANDARD A3 DUPLEX SINGLE PASS FEEDER A3 FAX WITH PC-FAX AND PC-iFAX FUNCTIONS
* in the MF version
POWERFUL DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SUPPORTED BY 40 GB* HARD DISK TOTAL PAPER CAPACITY UP TO 3,100 SHEETS COMPLETE AND PROFESSIONAL DOCUMENT FINISHING INTERACTIVE CONTROL PANEL, WITH TOUCH SENSITIVE KEYS
FAX FUNCTION With the optional SX12 card it is possible to include a fax function in the system in order to send and receive documents simply and quickly, even in A3 format. Users can take advantage of the potential of the 33,600 bps Super G3 modem and online transmission which enables documents to be sent in less time than a normal memory based transmission. The PC-Fax function enables use of the multifunction fax directly from one of the network connected PCs. The Internet-Fax function enables fax transmission costs to be cut by using the Internet. In both cases, all the operations are carried out on the PC without having to print.
SCANNER FUNCTION The professional network scanner function enables any paper document up to A3 format, to be transformed into a modifiable digital file.The 50-sheet feeder enables a single pass duplex scan of documents. The ready-to-edit files can be handled using normal office applications or printed and posted.
DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT The integrated 40 GB Hard Disk enables the management and archiving of up to 30,000 pages or 4,000 files.
COPY NETWORK PRINT SCANNER* FAX
* with print card STANDARD OPTIONAL
PRODUCTIVITY The d-Copia 3501/MF and d-Copia 4501/MF digital copiers are the ideal tools to manage work flows, thanks to their productivity and ability to ensure efficient document management. With a competitive print speed of 45 ppm for the d-Copia 4501/MF (35 ppm for the dCopia 3501/MF) and a first page copy speed of just 4.4 sec. (4.9 sec. for the d-Copia 3501/ MF), they also come with the network tandem function which enables productivity to be doubled, and with a multi-tray arrangement, high capacity paper drawers and duplex copy function. They offer a series of sophisticated professional finishing options, such as pamphlet printing and hole-punching (optional).
PRINT FUNCTION The powerful printing assembly is one of the most important features of these models. The integrated 64-bit 300 MHz RISC processor can manage the most complex graphic files, while the RIP Once/Print Many function speeds up the production of multiple copies by drastically reducing input from the user and eliminating extra time for the management of various print processes. In the basic GDI version printing is available, although it is necessary to add an optional module to link to a network. In the MF version all these functions are standard.
The basic version offers the GDI copy and print function as standard. The MF version is delivered as network printer. In addition, both the basic and MF versions can be enhanced with scanner and fax options.
THE SYSTEM WHICH GROWS WITH YOUR BUSINESS
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