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bonetm 3:49am on Monday, September 27th, 2010 
A excellent, feature-rich, solid keyboard overall Pros -Relatively good construction quality. Extra Features Mostly Useless So, on the positive side, the G15 has pretty much all the functionality that you would expect from a keyboard.
kumarraj.r 12:14pm on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 
Very nice keyboard, I really love it It does not work for Inspiron 1525 If the feet/tabs were just a little bigger, or the angle of the stand slightly flatter, it would work well with the bigger notebooks. GREAT SIZE AND WILL FIT INTO A LARGE 18 INCH LAPTOP BAG GREAT PRODUCT THAT ALLOWS YOU TO PACK IT IN YOUR LUGGAGE AND ABLE TO SET UP YOUR LAP TOP IN H...
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overall this is the best keyboard ever has a great feel. The backlit keys are great, and can be turned off. The keys have a nice soft touch to them, just the right amount of spring action.
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Being a typist I love it. The touch is great. My Thinkpad fits fine. My only drawback is, while it is great to have a full size keyboard.
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Typing was easier, did not have to press hard to type. Durable, Easy Connectivity, Ergonomic, Fast Connection, Keyboard very responsive

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INK-JET FAX

FAX_LAB 650/680

Use of the SMS service

EDITED/PUBLISHED/PRODUCED BY: Olivetti S.p.A. con unico azionista Gruppo Telecom Italia Direzione e coordinamento di Telecom Italia S.p.A.
Printed in China. Code of user manual: 381755C Date of publication: July 2008.
Copyright 2008, Olivetti All rights reserved. No parts of this manual may be photocopied, reproduced or translated into other languages without prior written authorization from Olivetti S.p.A.

SMS SERVICE

The fax machine allows you to send and receive messages (SMS), even if you are connected to a switchboard, and to save up to 40 messages, of which: 5 written and sent messages, 5 written and not yet sent messages and 30 received messages. Note: For details on the SMS service, please contact the manager of the telephone network to which you are connected.
ACTIVATING THE SMS SERVICE
Warning: To activate the SMS service you must set, both for sending and for receiving message, the numbers indicated by the "SMS Service Centre" and provided by your network operator. After having activated this service, you can send and receive messages (SMS) every time you wish. Note: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the Press the Press the Press the Press the Before enabling SMS service functions, all documents present in the automatic document feeder must be removed. key: keys until the display shows configuration. key. key to select serv. centre no. key to select tx serv. centre.

6. 7. 8. 9.

If the number that appears on the lower line of the display coincides with the number provided by your network operator skip to step 7, otherwise move on to the next step. Dial the number provided by your network operator. To do this, press the keys. To confirm the number, press the Press the key. keys until the display shows rx serv. centre.
Press the key. If the number that appears on the lower line of the display coincides with the number provided by your network operator skip to step 11, otherwise move on to the next step. Dial the number provided by your network operator. To do this, press the keys. To confirm the number, press the key. key. key. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode, press the If you want to move back one function, press the -

10. 11. 12. 13.

SMS SERVICE 1-1

SENDING MESSAGES (SMS)

Apart from sending messages (SMS) (max. 160 characters each), the fax machine allows you to: ensure the correct operation of SMS service if the recipients have more than a telephone set connected to the same telephone line.

WRITING AND SENDING

1. 2. 3. Press the Press the key.

A MESSAGE (SMS)

key to confirm send sms.
Write the text of the message (max. 160 characters). To do this, press the following keys: Description To enter in sequence the following characters: Key 1 = @ space 1. / Key 2 = a b c 2 Key 3 = d e f 3 Key 4 = g h i 4 Key 5 = j k l 5 Key 6 = m n o 6 Key 7 = p q r s 7 Key 8 = t u v 8 Key 9 = w x y z 9 Key 0 = space + & / % 0 $ To enter in sequence the following characters: Key * = * space ~. / \ , ; _ : ' " ? ! Key # = # & % + $ < = > @ ( ) ^ | [ ] To change from upper case letters to lower case letters and vice versa. To scroll the cursor on alphanumeric characters already keyed in or to leave a blank space.

To delete a character on the left hand side of the cursor. It deletes all the text if kept pressed. When writing the text, on the upper right hand side for the display, the maximum number of characters to be entered is displayed (160). This number decreases every time you enter a character, you can thus know how many characters you have entered and how many you can still enter. 4. 5. To confirm the setting, press the key.
Type your correspondent's number directly on the numeric keypad

1-2 SMS SERVICE

If you like, you can find your correspondent's number in the phone book (see the fax machine Users Guide, section "Programming the phone book"). To do this: 1 Press the key. 2 Press the keys to find the desired number. or 1 Press the key bearing the first letter of the name you are looking for. The fax machine will search for the name in alphabetical order. To confirm the setting, press the key. You can choose any of the following options: terminal no. : yes : If the recipient owns two or more telephone set, up to 10 (from 0 to 9). terminal no. : no : If the recipient owns only one telephone set connected to the telephone line; in this case skip to step 12. To view the available option terminal no. : no or yes , press the To confirm the setting, press the key. keys.
If you have chosen terminal no. : no , skip to step 12, otherwise move on to the next step. If you have chosen terminal no. : yes , the display shows terminal no.
10. 11. 12. receive your message. To do this, press the To confirm the setting, press the To confirm yes , press the key. key.
Type the number corresponding to the terminal on which the recipient wants to
The fax machine starts transmitting and the message tRANSMITTING appears on display. If the transmission has been completed successfully, tX COMPLETED appears on display for a few seconds. Otherwise, if the transmission has not been completed successfully, at the end the message tX ERROR appears on the display for a few seconds followed by an acoustic 13. 14. 15. 16. signal and the lighting of the error LED. In both cases, at at the and of the trasmission, the display shows save sms. To view the available option, press the keys. The display shows yes. To confirm the setting, press the key. To remove the message from the display and to switch off the error LED the Note: key. If you have chosen SAVE SMS: YES , the message SAVED appears on display for a few seconds and your message will be saved on the list of messages sent SMS SENT. At this point you can always send it again or change it.

, press

SMS SERVICE 1-3
If the message MEMORY FULL , DELETE SENT SMS appears on display and the fax machine does not allow you to write the text of your message, this means that the memory for messages sent is full. At this point, delete at least one of the messages from the memory. Later on see "Deleting/ editing/sending again a message (SMS)". If a power failure occurs, the fax machine will keep all the messages in the memory.
A MESSAGE (SMS) WITHOUT SENDING IT

SAVING

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the Press the
key. keys until the display shows WRITE SMS.
Press the key. Write the text of the message (max. 160 characters) as described in "Writing and sending a message (sms)". To confirm the setting, press the key. The message SAVED appears on the display for a few seconds. The message will be saved on the list of written messages SMS WRITTEN. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode, press the key. Note: If the message MEMORY FULL , DEL. WRITTEN SMS appears on display and the fax machine does not allow you to write your message, this means that the memory for written and saved messages is full. At this point, delete at least one of the messages from the memory. Later on see "Deleting/editing/ sending again a message (SMS)".

RECEIVING MESSAGES (SMS)

The fax machine can receive up to 30 messages (SMS). When a message (SMS) is received, the the LED starts blinking, the fax machine, if previously programmed, sends out an acoustic signal and the message SMS RECEPTION and then icon appear on display.
As in message transmission, you can set some parameters to: ensure the correct operation of SMS service if you have more than a telephone set connected to the same telephone line (see later on "For an appropriate message (sms) reception if you own more than one telephone set and only one telephone line"). configure the fax machine to notify the reception of a message through an acoustic signal (see later on "Configuring the fax machine for notifying the reception of a message (sms) through an acoustic signal"). Warning: To make sure that SMS messages will be received, check that the fax machine is set to connect to the telephone line after at least 2 rings. See the "Changing the number of rings" section of the "More advanced operations" chapter of the fax machine user's manual.

1-4 SMS SERVICE

READING

A MESSAGE (SMS) RECEIVED

When the icon appears on display, it means that you have received one or more messages (SMS). At this point, if you want to read them, you must: 1. Press the key. The display shows SMS received xx , where "XX" is the number that appears in the lower right-hand side corner and that indicates the total number of messages received (max. 30). It is useful if you want to know how many messages you have received and, therefore, how many you can still receive. To confirm the setting, press the key. If MEM ALMOST FULL , DELETE REC. SMS appear on display, it means that the memory for messages received already contains 28 messages, therefore, it is almost full. It is advisable to delete some messages from this memory. See "Deleting/editing/ sending again a message (SMS)". If, on the other hand, MEMORY FULL , DELETE REC. SMS appear on display, it means that the memory for messages received is full. In this case, you must delete at least one message from this memory. See "Deleting/editing/sending again a message (SMS)". To confirm the setting display list , press the key. The display shows from left to right: the reference number which identifies the messages present on the list of messages received (from the oldest message to the most recent one), the icon for messages still unread, the correspondent's telephone number, the text of the message or part of it, and the date and time. To show all the message-related data and the text of the message on the fax machine, press once the keys. To stop the text on the display, press again the keys. If you wish to select the displayed message skip to step 5, otherwise move on to the next step. To find in the above-mentioned list the message that you wish to select, press the keys. To select the message, press the key. The display shows delete. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode skip to step 8, otherwise go on with the procedure. You can choose one of the following options: answer , SEND , EDIT or PRINT.

4. 5. 6.

answer : to answer a message received. EDIT and SEND : to edit and send a message again (see later on "Deleting/editing/

sending again a message (SMS)"). PRINT : to print the data concerning the message you have just selected and the text of the message (see "Printing every single message within a list", section "The lists"). To see one of the available options, press the keys. To confirm the setting, press the key. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode, press the key.

7. 8. 9.

SMS SERVICE 1-5

ANSWERING

Press the key. The display shows SMS received xx , where "XX" is the number appears in the lower right-hand side corner and it indicates the total number of messages received (max. 30). It is useful if you want to know how many messages you have received and, therefore, how many you can still receive. To confirm the setting, press the key. If MEM ALMOST FULL , DELETE REC. SMS appear on display, it means that the memory for messages received already contains 28 messages, therefore, it is almost full. It is advisable to delete some messages from this memory. See "Deleting/editing/ sending again a message (SMS)". If, on the other hand, MEMORY FULL , DELETE REC. SMS appear on display, it means that the memory for messages received is full. In this case, you must delete at least one message from this memory. See "Deleting/editing/sending again a message (SMS)". To confirm the setting display list , press the key. The display shows from left to right: the reference number which identifies the messages present on the list of messages received (from the oldest message to the most recent one), the icon for messages still unread, the correspondent's telephone number, the text of the message or part of it, and the date and time. To show all the message-related data and the text of the message on the fax machine, press once the keys. To stop the text on the display, press again the keys.

4. 5. 6. 7.

If you wish to select the displayed message, skip to step 5, otherwise move on to the next step. To find in the above-mentioned list the message that you wish to select, press the keys. To select the message, press the key. Press the keys until the display shows ANSWER. To confirm the setting, press the key. From this point on, follow the procedure described in "Writing and sending a message (sms)", as from the step in which the display shows SMS TEXT. Note: If the message FULL MEMORY , DELETE SMS appears on display and the fax machine does not allow you to write the text of your message, this means that: the memory for messages sent is full

or the memory for messages written and saved is full or both memories are full. At this point, delete at least one of the messages from the memories or from both (according to each case). Later on see "Deleting/editing/sending again a message (SMS)".

1-6 SMS SERVICE

FOR AN APPROPRIATE MESSAGE (SMS) RECEPTION IF YOU OWN MORE THAN
ONE TELEPHONE SET AND ONLY ONE TELEPHONE LINE
If you must connect other telephone sets to the same telephone line, up to a maximum number of 9 which can receive messages (SMS), you must identify each of them with a different terminal number (between 0 and 9) to make sure that the messages reach the set desired. To give the fax machine a specified terminal number, proceed as described below. As regards other telephone sets, follow the procedures described by their manufacturers in order to obtain the same result. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows CONFIGURATION. key. keys until the display shows TERMINAL NO. key.
To confirm the setting, press the
Press a key from to identify a terminal different from "0" so that it can receive the messages sent to it. To confirm the setting, press the key. key. key. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode, press the If you want to move back one function, press the
CONFIGURING THE FAX MACHINE FOR NOTIFYING THE RECEPTION OF A MESSAGE (SMS) THROUGH AN ACOUSTIC SIGNAL
The fax machine has already been configured for notifying the reception of a message (SMS) through an acoustic signal; if it is not, proceed as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Press the Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows CONFIGURATION. key. keys until the display shows SMS RX ADVICE. key. keys. key.
To see the available option SMS RX ADVICE- yes or no , press the To confirm the setting, press the key. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode, press the If you want to move back one function, press the key.

SMS SERVICE 1-7

DELETING/EDITING/SENDING AGAIN A MESSAGE (SMS)
Look at the list of messages sent, written (not sent yet), or received if you want to find a message that you wish to delete, edit and/or send again.
THE LIST OF MESSAGES SENT
Press the key. Press the keys until the display shows SMS SENT XX. "XX" appears in the lower right-hand side corner and it indicates the total number of messages sent (max. 5). It is useful if you want to know how many messages you have sent and, therefore, how many you can still send. To confirm the setting, press the key. To confirm the setting display list , press the key. The display shows from left to right: the reference number which identifies the messages present on the list of messages sent (from the oldest message to the most recent one), the correspondent's telephone number, the text of the message or part of it, and the date and time. To show all the message-related data and the text of the message on the fax machine, press once the keys. To stop the text on the display, press again the keys.

If you wish to delete, edit and/or send again the displayed message skip to step 6, otherwise move on to the next step. To find in the above-mentioned list the message that you wish to delete, edit and/or send again, press the keys. To select the message, press the key. You can also choose one of the following options: DELETE , SEND , EDIT or PRINT.
DELETE : to delete the message selected. SEND : to send the same message to another recipient or to the same recipient. EDIT : to change the message contents and send it to the same recipient or to
another recipient. PRINT : to print the data concerning the message you have just selected and the text of the message. To edit and send a message again, see "Writing and sending a message (sms)" as from the step in which the display shows SMS teXt. To print the data concerning the message selected, see "Printing every single message within a list", section "The lists". To see the other available options, press the keys. To confirm the setting, press the key. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode, press the key.

1-8 SMS SERVICE

THE LIST OF MESSAGES WRITTEN AND SAVED
Press the key. Press the keys until the display shows SMS written XX. "XX" appears in the lower right-hand side corner and it indicates the total number of messages written and saved (max. 5). It is useful if you want to know how many messages you have saved and, therefore, how many you can still save. To confirm the setting, press the key. From this point on, repeat the procedure as from the step in which the display shows display list.
THE LIST OF MESSAGES RECEIVED
Press the key. Press the keys until the display shows sms received xx. "XX" appears in the lower right-hand side corner and it indicates the total number of messages received (max. 30). It is useful if you want to know how many messages you have received and, therefore, how many you can still receive. To confirm the setting, press the key. From this point on, repeat the procedure as from the step in which the display shows display list.

THE LISTS

The lists containing the messages received, sent and written but still not sent, can be displayed as described in "Deleting/editing/sending again a message (SMS)" and can also be printed at any moment. When you ask for a list printout, you can read the text of the message, have a report of all the data concerning it, for example, the date and time when it was sent or received, the selected number, the transmitter's number, whether the message was appropriately delivered, etc. Apart from printing the complete lists, you can also require the printout of each message within a list.
PRINTING EVERY SINGLE MESSAGE WITHIN A LIST
1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows sms sent xx or sms received xx or key.

sms written xx.

To confirm the setting, press the key. To confirm the setting display list , press the The display shows from left to right: the reference number which identifies the messages present on the list of messages that you have selected, the correspondent's telephone number, the text of the message or part of it, and the date and time. To show all the message-related data and the text of the message on the fax machine, press once the keys. To stop the text on the display, press again the keys.

SMS SERVICE 1-9

5. 6. 7. 8.
If you wish to select the displayed message skip to step 6, otherwise move on to the next step. To find in the above-mentioned list the message that you wish to select, press the keys. To select the message, press the key. Press the keys until the display shows print. To confirm the setting, press the key. The fax machine prints a report containing the data of the message that you have just selected and the text of the message, and then automatically returns to its initial stand-by mode.
PRINTING THE LISTS OF MESSAGES (SMS) SENT, WRITTEN AND RECEIVED
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows sms sent xx or sms received xx or key.
To confirm the setting, press the Press the keys until the display shows print list.
To confirm the setting, press the key. After printing the report, the fax machine automatically returns to its initial stand-by mode. Note: If there are no messages in the list selected, the display shows empty list and the fax machine returns to its initial stand-by mode

CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS

PRINTING THE LIST OF
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the Press the Press the Press the
key. keys until the display shows configuration. key. keys until the display shows print config.
To confirm the setting, press the key. After printing the report, the fax machine automatically returns to its initial stand-by mode.

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SMS SERVICE 1-11

1-12 SMS SERVICE

381755C

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INK-JET FAX

FAX_LAB 650/680

USERS GUIDE
EDITED/PUBLISHED/PRODUCED BY:

Printed in China.

Olivetti S.p.A. con unico azionista Code of user's guide: 381746B-01 Gruppo Telecom Italia Direzione e coordinamento di Telecom Italia S.p.A. Date of publication: September 2008. Copyright 2008, Olivetti All rights reserved. No parts of this manual may be photocopied, reproduced or translated into other languages without prior written authorization from Olivetti S.p.A. The manufacturer reserves the right to make any changes to the machine described in this manual, at any time, and without prior warning. This machine has been approved, under the terms of Council Decision 98/482/EC, for Europe-wide connection as a single terminal to an analogue Public Switched Telephone System (PSTN) system. However, due to differences between individual PSTNs in the various countries, the approval does not unconditionally guarantee success operation of every PSTN termination point. If you encounter any problems, you should contact your supplier immediately. The manufacturers declare under their own responsibility that this product complies with provisions laid down by the directive 1999/05/CE (the full declaration can be found at the end of this manual). Conformance is certified by the application of the mark to the product.
Network compatibility declaration This product has been designed and developed to operate in the networks of all European Community countries, and in those of Switzerland and Norway. Full compatibility with the networks of individual countries will depend on specific national software parameters which can be set in the product. If you encounter problems with non EC PSTN networks, contact your national technical support service. Your attention is drawn to the following conditions that could compromise the conformity attested above as well as the machines characteristics: incorrect electrical supply; incorrect installation, erroneous or improper use, or any use that differs from what is indicated in the User Manual supplied with the machine; replacement of components or original parts using other types, not approved by the manufacturer, or where carried out by unauthorized persons.
The electrical socket must be near to hand and easily accessible. To disconnect the machine from the electrical power supply, unplug it from the supply socket.

CONTENTS

1 BEFORE YOU START. 1-1

CONSULTING THE MANUAL

1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-4 1-4 1-4
ENVIRONMENTAL RECYCLING. FOR COUNTRIES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU) FOR OTHER COUNTRIES (NOT IN THE EU). SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. RISK OF AN ELECTRIC SHOCK RISK OF SUFFOCATION. RISK OF FIRE. RISK OF ACCIDENT. OPERATING PRECAUTIONS. IMPROPER USE.
ABOUT THE INSTALLATION AND SETUP PARAMETERS
GETTING TO KNOW THE FAX MACHINE. 2-1

CONSOLE

2-2 2-4 2-5
EXTERNAL COMPONENTS. INTERNAL COMPONENTS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. 3-1

PACKAGE CONTENTS

3-2 3-2 3-2 3-2 3-3

INSTALLATION CONDITIONS

CONNECTING TO THE TELEPHONE LINE AND POWER SUPPLY. CONNECTING THE TELEPHONE HANDSET. CONNECTING THE FAX MACHINE TO THE TELEPHONE LINE. CONNECTING AN EMERGENCY TELEPHONE (IN THE EVENT OF A VOLTAGE DROP OR POWER FAILURE). CONNECTING THE FAX MACHINE TO THE POWER SUPPLY.

3-3 3-4

CONTENTS 1
SETTING SOME PARAMETERS. SETTING THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY OF DESTINATION. CHANGING THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY OF DESTINATION CHANGING THE COUNTRY ONLY. CHANGING THE LANGUAGE ONLY. SETTING THE DATE AND TIME FOR THE FIRST TIME. CHANGING THE DATE AND TIME. SWITCHING FROM A PUBLIC LINE TO A PRIVATE LINE (PBX). SETTING YOUR NAME AND FAX NUMBER. SETTING UP THE FAX MACHINE. FEEDING THE PRINT PAPER INTO THE MACHINE INSERTING THE PRINT CARTRIDGE. PRINTING THE MENU AND ITS FUNCTIONS
3-4 3-4 3-5 3-5 3-6 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-11 3-11 3-12 3-14
FAX TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION OPERATIONS. 4-1
SENDING A DOCUMENT. WHAT DOCUMENTS MAY BE USED. PLACING THE DOCUMENT IN THE ADF. ADJUSTING THE CONTRAST AND RESOLUTION. SENDING A DOCUMENT. HEARING THE DIALLING TONE WHEN SENDING A DOCUMENT. SENDING A DOCUMENT WITH THE RECEIVER RAISED. AUTOMATIC REDIAL. SENDING A DOCUMENT TO SEVERAL CORRESPONDENTS. SENDING A DOCUMENT FROM THE MEMORY. CHANGING/REPEATING/DELETING A TRANSMISSION FROM THE RECEIVING A DOCUMENT. CHOOSING THE RECEPTION MODE. RECEIVING DOCUMENTS IN THE VARIOUS RECEPTION MODES. RECEIVING A DOCUMENT IN POLLING MODE. FIRST OF ALL, WHAT POLLING IS. MAKING A TRANSMISSION REQUEST (POLLING RECEPTION) CHANGING A POLLING RECEPTION THAT HAS BEEN SET. DELETING A POLLING RECEPTION THAT HAS BEEN SET.
4-2 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5
MEMORY THAT IS ALREADY SET.
4-7 4-7 4-8 4-8 4-8 4-9 4-9 4-10

2 CONTENTS

PHONE BOOK. 5-1

PHONE BOOK. PROGRAMMING THE PHONE BOOK. MODIFYING A NUMBER FROM THE PHONE BOOK. DELETING A NUMBER FROM THE PHONE BOOK. PRINTING DATA FROM THE PHONE BOOK. SENDING A DOCUMENT USING THE PHONE BOOK SEARCH FUNCTION SENDING A DOCUMENT USING THE QUICKEST METHOD. 5-2 5-2 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-4

USING THE TELEPHONE. 6-1

USING THE TELEPHONE. TELEPHONING BY SEARCHING THROUGH THE PHONE BOOK. TELEPHONING USING THE QUICKEST METHOD. REDIALLING ONE OF THE LAST 20 INCOMING NUMBERS OR ONE OF THE LAST 10 OUTGOING NUMBERS.

6-2 6-2 6-2

THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE. 7-1
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE TURNING ON THE TAD THE TAD CONSOLE
7-2 7-2 7-3 7-4 7-5 7-5 7-5 7-6 7-6 7-6 7-6 7-6 7-7 7-7 7-8 7-8 7-8
OUTGOING MESSAGES AND MEMOS. RECORDING OGM1 (OUTGOING MESSAGE 1). LISTENING TO OGM1 (OUTGOING MESSAGE 1) RECORDING OGM2 (OUTGOING MESSAGE 2). LISTENING TO OGM2 (OUTGOING MESSAGE 2) ERASING OGM2 (OUTGOING MESSAGE 2). RECORDING THE TRANSFER MESSAGE (OGM3). LISTENING TO THE TRANSFER MESSAGE. RECORDING MEMOS.
SETTING THE LENGTH OF MEMOS AND INCOMING MESSAGES LISTENING TO INCOMING MESSAGES AND MEMOS.
DELETING MESSAGES AND MEMOS YOU HAVE ALREADY LISTENED TO. DELETING THE MESSAGE OR MEMO YOU ARE LISTENING TO. DELETING ALL MESSAGES ALREADY PLAYED.

CONTENTS 3

TRANSFERRING MESSAGES AND MEMOS TO A REMOTE TELEPHONE.

7-8 7-9 7-9 7-10 7-10

OPERATING THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE FROM A REMOTE LOCATION. SECURITY AND ACCESS FUNCTIONS. SETTING THE TAD ACCESS CODE. CHANGING/DELETING THE TAD ACCESS CODE. ENABLING/DISABLING ACCESS TO THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING

DEVICE IN LOCAL MODE.

7-10 7-11

7-12 7-12 7-13 7-13 7-14

OPERATING THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE FROM A

REMOTE

LOCATION.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE TOLL SAVER. OUTGOING MESSAGE ONLY. SILENT RECEPTION OF INCOMING MESSAGES. PRINTING THE TAD CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS.

MAKING COPIES. 8-1

MAKING COPIES. WHAT DOCUMENTS CAN BE COPIED. MAKING A COPY.

8-2 8-2 8-2

MORE ADVANCED OPERATIONS. 9-1
ADVANCED RECEPTION SETTINGS. REDUCING THE AREA OF A DOCUMENT RECEIVED. RECEIVING A DOCUMENT THAT IS LONGER THAN THE PAPER SIZE

9-2 9-2

ENABLING/DISABLING SILENT RECEPTION. DISPLAYING THE CALLER ID. CHANGING THE NUMBER OF RINGS. CHANGING THE RING VOLUME. ENABLING/DISABLING RECOGNITION OF THE RING FREQUENCY CHANGING THE LENGTH OF THE ACOUSTIC SIGNAL. CHANGING THE SILENCE LAPSE. CHANGING THE REMOTE CONTROL CODE. SETTING THE BLACK LIST. MODIFYING THE BLACK LIST.

The plug of the power supply cable may vary from country to country.

SETTING SOME PARAMETERS

Once the fax is connected to the power supply, it automatically runs a short test to check that its components are working and the display may show: the language in which the messages will be displayed or the message automatic 00 ( automatic in the base model) and, alternating on the second line, the messages set date/time and check cartridge. In the first case, to enable the fax machine to work properly, you must set the language and country in which it is to be used as described in the procedure below. In the second case, you can move on to set the date and time directly.
SETTING THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY OF DESTINATION
1. 2. 3. To select the desired language, press the To confirm the setting, press the key. keys. To select the desired country, press the keys.
To select a different country, see the following table: Country Argentina Australia Austria Belgium Brazil Chile
3-4 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Country to be selected ARGENTINA AUSTRALIA STERREICH BELGIUM BRASIL AMERICA LATINA Cont.
Country China Colombia Denmark Finland France Germany Holland Irlanda Italy Luxembourg Mexico New Zealand Norway Peru Portugal Rest of world Spain Sweden Switzerland UK Uruguay Venezuela 4. CHINA
Country to be selected AMERICA LATINA DANMARK SUOMI FRANCE DEUTSCHLAND NEDERLAND IRELAND ITALIA BELGIUM AMERICA LATINA AUSTRALIA NORGE AMERICA LATINA PORTUGAL INTERNATIONAL ESPAA SVERIGE SWITZERLAND U.K. AMERICA LATINA AMERICA LATINA
To confirm the setting, press the key. The fax machine automatically returns to its initial stand-by mode. Note: The fax machine may not be on sale in all of the countries listed above.

OF DESTINATION

CHANGING THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY
Press + and repeat the procedure "Setting the language and the country of destination" from the start remembering always to confirm, by pressing the key, the settings made.
CHANGING THE COUNTRY ONLY
1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows installation. key. keys until the display shows country set-up.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 3-5

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Press the
key. The display shows the default country. keys. key.
To display the other available countries, press the
key. To confirm your choice, press the To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode, press the If you want to move back one function, press the key.

6-2 USING THE TELEPHONE

REDIALLING ONE OF THE LAST 20 INCOMING NUMBERS OR ONE OF THE LAST 10 OUTGOING NUMBERS
Do not place the document in the ADF. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Lift the handset to engage the line ( ). The display shows the length of the call in minutes and seconds in the top right-hand corner. Press the key. To select the list of incoming calls, press the key. To select the list of outgoing calls, press the key. To find the telephone number or name of the correspondent you wish to call on the list of the last 20 unanswered incoming calls or on the list of the last 10 outgoing calls, press the keys. To start dialling, press the key. Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is free, you can start talking.

USING THE TELEPHONE 6-3

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6-4 USING THE TELEPHONE

7THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE TURNING ON THE TAD THE TAD CONSOLE OUTGOING MESSAGES AND MEMOS SETTING THE LENGTH OF MEMOS AND INCOMING MESSAGES LISTENING TO INCOMING MESSAGES AND MEMOS DELETING MESSAGES AND MEMOS YOU HAVE ALREADY LISTENED TO TRANSFERRING MESSAGES AND MEMOS TO A REMOTE TELEPHONE OPERATING THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE FROM A REMOTE LOCATION SPECIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE 7-1
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
If you have purchased the fax machine model equipped with a built-in telephone answering device you can perform the same functions as those performed by external telephone answering devices. You can therefore: record outgoing messages which will be played automatically when you are out, to request callers to leave a message or call back later; record memos; listen to the outgoing messages; change the outgoing messages; record the messages left by callers when you are out, to ensure that your calls do not get lost; listen to the messages and memos recorded; delete the messages and memos recorded; transfer messages to a remote telephone; control the TAD from a remote location. The TAD recording capacity depends on the size of the memory available (18 minutes), which may be less according to the number of pages in the memory. The length of the messages is programmable and may be 30 or 60 seconds, see "Setting the length of memos and incoming messages".

LISTENING TO

Play back the transfer message as you played back OUTGOING MESSAGE 1, but modifying step 4 as follows: 1. Press the keys until the display shows ogm # 3.
As mentioned previously, the telephone answering device may be used to record one or more memos, which are handled in the same way as incoming messages. 1. 2. 3. Press the key. ). key. Lift the handset (
To start recording, press the Note:
You have 30 or 60 seconds at your disposal (see "Setting the length of memos and incoming messages") to record your memo in the same way as OUTGOING MESSAGES 1 and 2.
7-6 THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
SETTING THE LENGTH OF MEMOS AND INCOMING MESSAGES
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press the Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows tad set-up. key. keys until the display shows ICm REC. TIME. key.
To view the other available value ICm REC. TIME - 30 secs or 60 secs , press the keys. To confirm the setting, press the key. key. key.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode, press the If you want to move back one function, press the
LISTENING TO INCOMING MESSAGES AND MEMOS
If there is one or more incoming messages or memos in the memory of the telephone answering device that have not yet been played back, the (MESSAGES) LED indicator blinks. On the right-hand side of the first line, the display shows the total number of messages recorded (including the memos). At this point, you can listen to all the messages (through the speaker or the handset), including the memos - which are recorded in the memory and numbered progressively up to a maximum of 50 - starting from the first that you have not yet played. Whenever a message is played, the display shows the day and time at which the message was received. You can listen to the messages through the speaker of the fax machine, which plays them in sequence, separating them by a brief audible signal. To do this, press the key. You can also listen to the messages without anyone else hearing. To do this: 1. 2. 3. Press the key. ). Lift the handset (

Press the key. Having played back the last message, the fax machine emits two short beeps and returns automatically to the initial stand-by mode. The LED stops blinking and will remain on steady. (MESSAGES) indicator
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE 7-7
DELETING MESSAGES AND MEMOS YOU HAVE ALREADY LISTENED TO
You cannot delete a message or a memo until you have started listening to it. Incoming messages and memos that have not been played back cannot be deleted. The memory cannot therefore be completely cleared until all the messages and memos present in it have been played back.
DELETING THE MESSAGE OR MEMO

YOU ARE LISTENING TO

To start listening to the messages or memos, press the To delete the message you are listening, press the next message.
key. key. The TAD moves to the
To delete the next message, press the key. Proceed in the same way for all the messages you want to delete. Note: If you do not want to delete any messages, press the

ALREADY PLAYED

DELETING ALL MESSAGES
Let's suppose there are 6 messages on the TAD of which 3 have already been played back: Press the key. To select delete old msg? - yes , press the keys. To confirm the setting, press the key.
The display shows the initial stand-by status and the number of messages remaining after deletion. In this case, 3. Note: If you do not want to delete any messages, press the key.
TRANSFERRING MESSAGES AND MEMOS TO A REMOTE TELEPHONE
If you wish, you can program the TAD to call you on a remote telephone at a given time to let you listen to any new messages received. In addition to the time and number at which you wish to be called, you can program the way in which the transfer is to be made (once only or once a day). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows tad set-up. key. keys until the display shows forward msgs. key. The display shows new setting.
7-8 THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
To view the other available mode, forward msgS - delete or

To select the option announce only - yes , press the To confirm the setting, press the key.
If you have already recorded OGM 1, the display will show the message pLAYING and the TAD will play it back. If you have not recorded it the display will show the message OGM NOT RECORDED for a few seconds, followed by the message RECORD. To change the outgoing message recorded previously or to record a new one, press the key and then lift the handset ( key. ). To start recording, press the

SILENT RECEPTION

OF INCOMING MESSAGES
Using this function you can receive messages confidentially. In other words, the TAD receives messages without playing them over the speaker so that any other persons present cannot hear your messages. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows tad set-up. key. key to select icm on speaker. keys.
To view the available option icm on speaker - yes or no , press the To confirm the setting, press the key.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode, press the If you want to move back one function, press the key.
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE 7-13
PRINTING THE TAD CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows tad set-up. key. keys until the display shows print set-up.
To start printing, press the key. Once this operation has been completed, the fax machine automatically returns to its initial stand-by status.
7-14 THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE

8MAKING COPIES

MAKING COPIES

MAKING COPIES 8-1

WHAT DOCUMENTS CAN BE COPIED
As for transmission, copying requires the document to be inserted in the automatic document feeder (ADF). Before making a copy, make sure that the document is correctly inserted in the feeder and that it respects the characteristics described previously (see the "Sending a document" section). Bear in mind, however, that for the copying function you can only insert one sheet at a time in the automatic document feeder (ADF). In addition, if no copies are made within about two minutes, the fax will automatically unload the original and return to stand-by mode.

2. 3. 4.

As mentioned previously, you can also use the fax machine as a photocopier. The printing quality obtained depends on the type of copy you want to obtain "Normal copy" or "Quality copy" and the contrast and resolution values that you select before starting the copying function. Choose the type of contrast on the basis of the following criteria: NORMAL, if the document is neither very light nor very dark. LIGHT, if the document is very dark. DARK, if the document is very light. Choose the type of resolution on the basis of the following criteria: TEXT, if the document contains easily legible text or simple graphics. PHOTO, if the document contains shaded areas. Insert the document in the ADF. The display shows on the top line DOCUMENT READY and on the bottom line the default contrast value NORMAL (for fax transmission). Press the key. The display shows the default copy size, contrast and resolution settings: 100%, NORMAL and text , respectively. It also shows the number of copies set (1). If you want to confirm these values, press the key. The fax machine starts copying. To change some of the values indicated above, skip straight to the next step. Press the key. To view the available option QUALITY - NORMAL or high , press the To confirm your choice, press the key. keys.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

To choose the desired copy size setting (ZOOM), 200% , 140% , 100% , 70% or 50% , press the keys. To confirm your choice, press the key. To display the other types of contrast available, CONTRAST - LIGHT , keys. CONTRAST - normal or CONTRAST - DARK , press the To confirm your choice, press the key. The display shows the values that you have just selected. At this point, simply choose the resolution you want and set the number of copies you want to make: To choose the desired resolution setting, text or photo , press the key.

12. 13.

8-2 MAKING COPIES
If you want to make more than one copy (max. 9), enter the desired number by pressing the keys. If you only want to make one copy, skip to the next step. To make the copy, press the key. The fax machine starts to save the document. Having done this, the fax machine starts copying. Note: If you want to abort the copy in progress, press the key. The fax machine will stop copying, unload the document from the ADF and return to its initial stand-by mode, displaying the message copy interrupted. Press the Note: key to clear the message from the display.
To make enlarged or reduced copies of the document, remember to place the document against the right-hand side of the feeder (see the mark printed on the fax machine's casing). The maximum printing width is 210 mm and the maximum length is 282 mm. The maximum unprintable margins are: 4 mm on the left and right sides, 3 mm at the top and 14 mm at the bottom.

MAKING COPIES 8-3

8-4 MAKING COPIES
9MORE ADVANCED OPERATIONS
ADVANCED RECEPTION SETTINGS ADVANCED TRANSMISSION SETTINGS
MORE ADVANCED OPERATIONS 9-1
ADVANCED RECEPTION SETTINGS
REDUCING THE AREA OF A DOCUMENT RECEIVED
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Press the Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows fax set-up. key. keys until the display shows pRINTER PARAM. key.
Press the key to select reduction. To choose one of the available reduction ratios 94% , 80% ,76% ,70% , and no , press the keys. To confirm your choice, press the key. key. key.

THE PAPER SIZE USED

RECEIVING A DOCUMENT THAT IS LONGER THAN
If you receive a document that is longer than the paper size used, you can have the surplus text printed by your fax machine on another sheet. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Press the Press the Press the Press the Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows fax set-up. key. keys until the display shows pRINTER PARAM. key. keys until the display shows SURPLUS. key.
To choose one of the other available settings, SURPLUS-no , SURPLUS-YES or keys. SURPLUS-automatic , press the To confirm your choice, press the key. key. key.
If you choose the SURPLUS-automatic setting, the fax machine will print the surplus text on another sheet providing the surplus exceeds 8 mm. If you choose the SURPLUS-yes setting, the fax machine will always print the surplus text on another sheet. If you choose the SURPLUS-no setting, the fax machine will not print the surplus text.
9-2 MORE ADVANCED OPERATIONS
ENABLING/DISABLING SILENT RECEPTION
In the "AUTOMATIC", "PHONE/FAX" and "TAD/FAX" reception modes, you can set up the fax machine to receive documents without any rings being emitted when an incoming call is received. When this function is enabled, the behaviour of the fax machine depends on the reception mode selected and the caller: in "AUTOMATIC" and "TAD/FAX" modes, the fax machine will never ring when an incoming call is received; in "PHONE/FAX" mode, when an incoming call is received, the fax machine will only not ring if the caller is another fax machine. If the call is a telephone call, the fax machine will emit an acoustic signal, in place of the ring, to prompt you to lift the handset. Press the key. Press the Press the Press the key. keys until the display shows SILENT RX. key. The display shows NO.
To select one of the available options silent rx - daily or silent rx - yes , press the keys. To confirm your choice, press the key. key. key:

6. 7. 8.

If you have confirmed the option SILENT RX - DAILY , the fax machine will prompt you to enter the time at which it is to start and end silent reception. Once you have set the time, press the key to confirm.

8. 9. 10. 11. To view the other available options, press the To confirm the setting, press the key. key. key. keys.
PRINTING REPORTS AND LISTS 10-3
PRINTING THE TRANSMISSION, ACTIVITY, BROADCAST TRANSMISSION
AND CALLER ID REPORTS ON REQUEST
Press the Press the Press the
key. keys until the display shows print report. key.
You can choose any of the following options: print report - LAST TX REPORT ,
print report - LAST broadcast , print report - activity report and print report - caller id list.
4. 5. To view the other available options, press the keys. To confirm the setting, press the key. Having printed the report, the fax machine automatically returns to its initial stand-by mode.

PRINTING LISTS

At any time, you can print a complete list of the installation parameters, setup parameters and disabled numbers as well as print the data saved in the phone book. By printing out the lists of installation and setup parameters, you will obtain an up to date report of the default values and those that you have set to adapt it to your operating requirements.

PRINTING THE LIST OF

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the Press the Press the Press the key.

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS

keys until the display shows INSTALLATION. key. keys until the display shows PRINT INSTALL.

SETUP PARAMETERS

keys until the display shows FAX SET-UP. key. keys until the display shows PRINT set-up.
10-4 PRINTING REPORTS AND LISTS
PRINTING THE LIST OF RECEPTION SETUP PARAMETERS
1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Press the Press the key. key to select recept. set-up. keys until the display shows print set-up.
PRINTING THE BLACK LIST NUMBERS
Once programmed (see "Setting the black list", chapter "More advanced operations"), the fax machine can disable a series of correspondents from whom you do not wish to receive any documents whatsoever. This function is useful to avoid receiving undesired documents such as: advertisements, propaganda, etc. All you have to do is save the undesired numbers on a list. Having done this you will not receive any documents from the correspondents whose numbers appear on the list (see "Printing the black list", chapter "More advanced operations").

PRINTING THE DATA

SAVED IN THE PHONE BOOK
As described previously, you can print a list of the telephone numbers and fax numbers that you have saved in the phone book, see "Programming the phone book" and "Printing data from the phone book".
PRINTING REPORTS AND LISTS 10-5
10-6 PRINTING REPORTS AND LISTS

11TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

GENERAL MINOR PROBLEMS ERROR CODES SIGNALS AND MESSAGES ACOUSTIC ERROR SIGNALS

Check that no documents or sheets of paper are jammed. You are using an unsuitable kind of paper: check the characteristics of the paper listed under "Technical data" in the "Appendix". Place the document in the correct position with the side to be copied face down.
Incorrect transmission or reception by the fax machine may also depend on factors other than those listed above, which will be signalled in the form of error codes on the "Transmission report" and "Activity report", see chapter "Printing reports and lists".
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 11-3

ERROR CODES

The error codes printed both on the transmission report and the activity report consist of two digits indicating the cause of the error. To save space, the two-digit code without any message is printed on the activity report. Code OK 02 Message Cause of error Operation performed successfully. The fax machine does not detect any dialling tone or receives an irregular signal. The correspondent is not answering or is a fax machine. An error occurred during transmission. The correspondents fax machine found errors during reception. The line is busy. The document to be sent is too long. The time taken to send it exceeds the allowed limits. The optical reader cannot read the document. You aborted transmission. An error occurred during reception. What to do No action. Check that the fax machine is correctly connected to the telephone line and that the handset is not off the hook. Then try connecting again. Check that the correspondents number is correct. Resume transmission from the page indicated in the report. Resume transmission of the pages indicated in the report. Retry when the line is free. Split up the document to be sent.
OK impossible connection check with other party receiver does not answer err. while transmitting resend from page: err. while transmitting resend pages: LINE busy DOCUMENT too Long

01 and 10

check the document stop pressed errors while receiving check with other party

Remove the document from the ADF and reinsert it. Then try connecting again. No action. Call the correspondent and ask to send you the document again.
11-4 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Code 11

Message
Cause of error During reception, a printing error occurred. Reception continued in the memory but the space left in the memory was filled before reception was completed. The document was received but the printing quality is unsatisfactory. The correspondent did not leave any document in the ADF and did not set up fax machine for polling transmission. Print cartridge malfunction.
What to do Correct the fault and wait for the document in the memory to be printed.
impossible reception memory full

Call the correspondent.

errors while polling check with other party
Call back the correspondent.
cartridge error 76. replace CARTridge!

Replace the cartridge.

Any problems that may arise are generally indicated by acoustic signals (accompanied, in some cases, by visual signals: ERROR LED error messages on the display. indicator on) or by
The fax machine also emits acoustic signals and shows messages on the display, which do not indicate an error condition.

ACOUSTIC ERROR SIGNALS

Short 1 second signal You pressed an incorrect key during an operating phase. Long 3 second signal plus error LED indicator on Transaction not carried out correctly. Continuous signal Request to hang up if you forgot to do so after an operation that required the handset to be lifted. Note: To turn off the ERROR LED indicator, press the key.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 11-5

OTHER ACOUSTIC SIGNALS

Short 1-second signal Transaction carried out successfully. Intermittent 20-second signal Prompt to lift the handset to answer a telephone call.
11-6 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

12MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS

REPLACING THE PRINT CARTRIDGE CLEANING THE PRINT CARTRIDGE AND TESTING THE NOZZLES CLEANING THE ELECTRICAL CONTACTS OF THE PRINT CARTRIDGE CLEANING THE OPTICAL READER CLEANING THE CASING REMOVING JAMMED DOCUMENTS REMOVING JAMMED SHEETS OF PAPER
MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS 12-1
REPLACING THE PRINT CARTRIDGE
The print cartridge must be replaced when the ink runs out (used print cartridges cannot be used) or when you notice a deterioration in the print quality. In the former case, the fax machine automatically prints a sheet to remind you that the ink is about to run out and that you should replace the print cartridge. The print cartridge being used is univocally associated to the fax machine. Therefore to safeguard correct printing, do not swap the print cartridges between fax machines. 1. Lower the handset and place it on a stable surface.

A-6 APPENDIX

Olivetti consumables conform to the CONTROL OF POLLUTION FROM ELECTRONIC INFORMATION PRODUCTS SJ/T11363-2006 (CHINA RoHs) regulation in force since 1st March 2007 in the Republic of China and bear the trademark Free from hazardous substances. In addition, Olivetti takes part in the process of implementation of the R.E.A.C.H. (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals - CE 1907/2006) regulation, which establishes a single regulatory framework for the classification and registration of existing chemical substances and came into force on 1 st June 2007 with a view to protecting health and the environment, using exclusively substances conforming to the regulation. The company: Requests suppliers to certify that the substances, preparations, consumables and packages conform to the general health and environmental protection specifications; Guarantees that no substances harmful for the ozone layer are used in the processes for the manufacture of consumables and packages; Reduces the quantity of material used, through efficient production processes; Prints cartridge installation instructions only in the machines manual without adding leaflets to the cartridge packet, thus saving many tons of paper per year; Designs consumables and packages in such a way that they can be recycled easily. In the pursuit of this policy, Olivetti has started to manufacture, also for its new fax machines, a new generation of ECO-FRIENDLY consumables, following the implementation of complete and constant improvements in its development and production processes. They meet environmental safety requirements and regulations right from the design phase, offering high levels of quality, performance and reliability, using fewer materials that are more efficient from the energy point of view and easy to recycle, and maximizing added value.
THE ONLY CARTRIDGE TO BE USED WITH YOUR FAX

APPENDIX A-7

A-8 APPENDIX
MANUFACTURERS CE DECLARATION of CONFORMITY according to ISO/IEC 17050

OLIVETTI S.p.A.

Via Jervis, 77 - IVREA (TO) - ITALY
Declares under its sole responsibility that:
the product described in this guide is IN COMPLIANCE with directive 99/5/EC dated 9th March 1999 fulfills the essential requirements of Electromagnetic Compatibility and of Electrical Safety as prescribed by the Directives: 2004/108/EC dated 15th December 2004; 2006/95/EC dated 27th December 2006;

 

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