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USERS MANUAL MANUAL DE LUTILISATEUR MANUAL DEL USUARIO
Digital Photo Printer Imprimate photo numerique Impresora de fotografia digital
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Read this manual carefully prior to use to ensure correct use of this product.
For customers in North and South America
For customers in USA Declaration of Conformity Product Name : Digital Photo Printer Model Number : P-S100 Trade Name : OLYMPUS Responsible Party : Address : Two Corporate Center Drive, PO Box 9058, Melville, NY 11747-9058 U.S.A. Telephone Number : 1-631-844-5000 Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. FCC Notice Radio and Television Interference Change or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the users authority to operate this equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - Adjust or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the distance between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Only the OLYMPUS-supplied cables should be used to connect this product to other products. WARNING: The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification of this device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits established by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a shielded equipment interface cable with device. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the users authority to operate. For customers in Canada This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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For customers in Europe
CE mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety, health, environment and customer protection. CE mark printers are intended for sales in Europe.
Q and are trademarks of OLYMPUS CORPORATION. OLYMPUS Master is a trademark of OLYMPUS CORPORATION. Windows is registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh and Apple are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. All brand names and product names contained in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their owners.
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Plugging in to an outlet and turning the printer on/off. 18 Loading the ribbon cartridge. 19 About the paper-in tray and the ribbon cartridge. 19 Setting the ribbon cartridge. 19 Removing the ribbon cartridge. 20 Loading paper. 22 Setting the paper-in tray into the printer. 22
Printing pictures from a digital camera. 24 About QDock&Done-compatible digital cameras. 24 About PictBridge-compatible digital cameras. 24 Connecting a digital camera to the printer. 25 Using a digital camera to print. 26 Printing pictures from a PC. 27 Installing the printer driver (during initial setup). 27 Connecting a PC to the printer. 28 Printing pictures. 28
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Loading the paper and replacing the ribbon cartridge. 32 If paper runs out during printing. 32 If the ribbon runs out during printing. 32 About used paper-in trays and ribbon cartridges. 32 Error signals. 33 Troubleshooting. 34 When paper is jammed. 36 If the ribbon cartridge is removed during printing. 37 If the paper-in tray is removed during printing. 37 About the Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge. 38 Service and maintenance. 40 Specifications. 41 Before you contact us. 42
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Various icons are used in this manual to indicate correct product usage and to help prevent property damage and injury to customers and others. The meanings of these icons are described below. Icon WARNING CAUTION Description Failure to follow instructions indicated by this icon may lead to serious injury or death. Failure to follow instructions indicated by this icon may lead to injury or property damage.
Precautionary notations are indicated by the following symbols. Icon Do not perform this action. Description
You are strongly encouraged to perform this action.
Unplug the device from the power source.
Do not disassemble.
Avoid contact with water and other liquids.
Do not touch if your hands are wet.
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Read this first If this device acts abnormally, unplug it
Do not use the printer if it emits smoke, unusual smells, strange sounds, or becomes unusually warm. Use under these conditions may cause fire or electric shock. Turn off and unplug the printer. Then contact an authorized Olympus service center.
Should any liquid or foreign objects get into the printer, unplug the power cord
Do not allow any liquids, metals, or flammable objects to get into the printer. This may cause fire or electric shock. Turn off and unplug the printer. Then contact an authorized Olympus service center.
If the printer cabinet is damaged, unplug the power cord
Do not use this device if the cabinet (body) is damaged. Use in this condition may cause fire or electric shock. Turn off and unplug the printer. Then contact an authorized Olympus service center.
If the power cord is damaged, unplug it
Do not use a damaged power cord. Use in this condition may cause fire or electric shock. Turn the printer off, and unplug the power cord being careful not to touch any exposed wires. Then contact an authorized Olympus service center.
Do not damage the power cord
Do not damage or modify the power cord. A damaged power cord may result in fire or electric shock. To prevent damage, do not bend the cord excessively or pull on the cord when unplugging. Take care no heavy objects are placed on or roll over the cord. If the power cord is damaged, contact an authorized Olympus service center.
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Read this first Do not disassemble or modify the printer
The printer has both hot and high voltage parts on the inside. Touching these parts may result in burns, electric shock, and/or damage to the printer. Never attempt to disassemble or modify the printer as this may lead to electric shock or printer malfunction. For service or repair, contact an authorized Olympus service center.
Do not allow liquids near the printer
If liquid gets into the printer, it may result in fire or electric shock.
Do not place heavy objects on the printer
Heavy objects may damage the printer cabinet, resulting in fire or electric shock. Damage may also result from the printer being dropped or falling.
Do not install the printer in the following places
To prevent fire, electric shock, and printer malfunction, do not install the printer in the following places: Dusty, humid, or oily places Should any dust or liquid get into the printer, it may result in fire or electric shock. Extremely hot places Do not expose the printer to direct sunlight, such as inside a car or near a window or extremely high temperatures, such as near a heater. Doing so may damage the printer cabinet, resulting in fire or electric shock. Use the printer in an environment with an ambient temperature between 10 to 35C (50 to 95F) and humidity of 30 to 80%.
Do not use the printer in the following places
Unstable or inclined surfaces. Outdoors (particularly on beaches, etc.), or places that expose the printer to excessive dust or debris. Places subject to rain, dripping, or enclosed places where condensation could occur such as inside a plastic bag.
Doing so may cause injury or burns. This applies especially to children and those unfamiliar with the printer.
Do not unplug the printer by jerking or pulling on the power cord
To unplug the power cord, hold it by the plug. Pulling on the cord may damage it, possibly resulting in fire or electric shock.
Unplug the printer for servicing
Always unplug the printer before servicing or performing maintenance.
Unplug the printer if it will not be used for an extended period of time
Unplug the printer if it will not be used for an extended period of time, such as while you are away on a long trip. Otherwise, deteriorated insulation or current leakage may cause fire or electric shock.
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Read this first When condensation occurs
Condensation is the occurrence of water droplets forming on surfaces, and may occur under the following conditions: The room where the printer is located is heated quickly. Cool air from an air-conditioner blows directly onto the printer. The printer is moved from a low-temperature location to a high-temperature location. When condensation occurs, print paper may become moist. This may cause printing quality deterioration or paper jams. If condensation has occurred or is expected to occur, refrain from using the printer until condensation is no longer present or likely to occur.
When cleaning the printer, do not use thinner, benzine, or any other solvent
If the printer comes into contact with insecticide or is wiped with thinner or benzine, the finish may deteriorate or peel. To clean the printer exterior, wipe with a soft cloth. If stains are persistent, dampen the soft cloth with water or a diluted mild detergent, wring it carefully, and then wipe the exterior with the cloth.
Do not allow the printer to remain in contact with rubber or plastic products for an extended period of time
Deterioration and discoloration may occur if the device remains in contact with rubber or plastic products for an extended period of time.
Operate the printer at least once every six months
If the printer is not used for a long period of time, it may malfunction. Run the printer at least once every six months.
When lifting or transporting the printer
When lifting or transporting the printer, grasp it with both hands.
When transporting the printer
When transporting the printer, place it in the original box with the original packing material. If the original packing material is not available, pack the printer with enough cushion to absorb any impacts during transportation.
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Appropriate installation locations
Install the printer on a flat stable surface. Allow for suitable clearance around the printer.
at least 100 mm (4")
Notes A space of at least 100 mm (4") is required behind the printer because paper is partially ejected from the rear of the printer during printing. The cables on the rear of the printer should be directed straight out or away from the printer so they won't interfere with paper during printing.
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Checking the contents
Check for the following contents when unpacking the printer. If one or more accessories are missing, contact an authorized Olympus service center.
AC adapter (1)
Power cord (1)*1
Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge
USERS MANUAL (this book) (1) QUICK START GUIDE (1) Registration card (1)*2 Warranty card (1)
P-S100 software CD-ROM (printer driver) (1)
The shape of the plug differs from country to country. Not supplied in some areas.
Contents of the Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge
Ribbon cartridge (good for 50 sheets of paper)
Paper-in tray (includes 50 sheets of paper)
Index Sticker (2)
Used paper-in trays can be used as container boxes for photographs. Index sticker and cap can be used with used paper-in trays.
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Parts and controls
A B C D E
PAPE RIBB ON R
AC CE SS
M N O P Q L
RIB BO N PAPE R
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Name POWER button POWER indicator PAPER indicator RIBBON indicator ACCESS indicator Paper-in tray door Paper-in tray door tab Ribbon cartridge door Ribbon cartridge door tab Tab Ribbon cartridge slot Paper path PictBridge connector USB connector QDock&Done storage connector Shutter DC-IN jack
Function Turns the power on/off (gpage 18). Indicates the power is on/off (gpage 18). Blinks when a paper error occurs (gpage 33). Blinks when a ribbon cartridge error occurs (gpage 33). Indicates the printer status (gpage 33). Open this door when you install or replace the paper-in tray (gpage 22). Use this tab when opening the paper-in tray door (gpage 22). Open this door when you install or replace the ribbon cartridge (gpage 19). Use this tab when opening the ribbon cartridge door (gpage 19). Pull this tab up when taking out the ribbon cartridge (gpage 20). The ribbon cartridge is inserted into this slot (gpage 20). During printing, paper is partially ejected (gpage 14). USB cable connector for a PictBridge-compatible digital camera (gpage 25). USB cable connector for a PC (gpage 28). Cable connector for a dedicated Dock&Done device (gQUICK START GUIDE). Covers connectors that are not in use (gQUICK START GUIDE). Connect the AC adapter to this port (gpage 18).
Open the ribbon cartridge door, and raise the tab. When the ribbon cartridge comes free, take it out.
Note When opening the ribbon cartridge door, be careful not to touch the inside of the ribbon cartridge slot as it may be very hot.
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Combinations of paper-in tray and ribbon cartridges are available in two types: one is for mm (46) paper and the other is for mm (3.5" 5") paper. Use the appropriate ribbon cartridge for each size paper.
Ribbon cartridge for mm (4 6) printing
Ribbon cartridge for mm (3.5" 5") printing This is not available in certain local areas.
When setting a ribbon cartridge aside, keep it upright to protect it from dust. Do not touch the ribbon or leave a ribbon cartridge in a dusty environment. Fingerprints or dust on a ribbon may cause printing quality to deteriorate.
If the ribbon has torn, replace the ribbon cartridge with a new one.
Note on ribbon cartridge storage Store ribbon cartridges in a place that is free from high temperature, humidity, dust, and direct sunlight.
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Setting the paper-in tray 1 Open the paper-in tray door.
into the printer
When closing the paper-in tray door, push the paper-in tray door tab in as you close the door until it clicks into place and locks.
Remove the protective sheet.
Insert the paper-in tray all the way.
Push the paper-in tray until it clicks into place. To remove the paper-in tray, pull it out holding both sides.
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Tip Printed paper is ejected onto the top of the paper-in tray.
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Printing pictures from a digital camera
About QDock&Done-compatible digital cameras
You can print pictures more easily by connecting your Dock&Done-compatible digital camera to the printer. For details on connections, refer to the supplied QUICK START GUIDE.
About PictBridge-compatible digital cameras
You can print pictures directly by connecting your PictBridge-compatible digital camera to the printer. You can specify the pictures to be printed and the number of prints by following the instructions displayed on the LCD screen of the camera while it is connected to the printer. The printing procedure varies from one digital camera to another. Refer to the manual supplied with your digital camera. You can print pictures based on the print order you entered in Digital Print Order Format (DPOF). For details on PictBridge-compatible digital cameras, visit the OLYMPUS website.
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Printing pictures from a PC
You can use OLYMPUS Master or CAMEDIA Master software, which comes with an OLYMPUS digital camera, or most other common pictures processing applications to print pictures stored in a PC.
Note Images that were not taken by a digital camera must be printed by a PC.
Installing the printer driver (during initial setup)
Supported Windows operating systems: Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP Supported Macintosh operating systems: Mac OS X v10.3 and later
Note Before connecting the printer to a PC, you must install the printer driver.
Start up your PC, and then insert the software CD-ROM supplied with the printer into the CD-ROM drive.
If you are using Macintosh, double click the [Installer] icon displayed on the desktop to begin installation.
Tip For details, refer to the Installation Guide on the software CD.
Install the printer driver by following the instructions displayed on the screen.
For details, refer to the instruction manual supplied with the PC.
Tip If your PC with a USB connector is one of the following, operation is not guaranteed. The operating system is Windows 95/NT 4.0/98. The operating system is Windows 98/98SE upgraded from Windows 95. Mac OS 8.6-9.2. Your PCs USB connector was added using an extension card or similar means. Your PC was shipped without a pre-installed OS or was home-built.
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Connecting a PC to the printer
Use a commercially available USB cable (A-B type, less than 3m (9.8 ft.)).
Plug one end of the USB cable into the USB port on the PC, and then plug the other end into the USB connector on the rear of the printer.
When this printer is connected both to a PC and a PictBridge-compatible digital camera, it assigns higher priority to the digital camera. Disconnect the digital camera. This printer's performance is not guaranteed in a network environment. This printer's performance is not guaranteed when connected to a USB hub.
Printing pictures 1 In your application, display and select the pictures to be printed. 2 On the print screen, select [P-S100] from the available printer list.
Note [Print] operations and printer selection vary depending on the application. Refer to the manual supplied with your application.
On the print setting screen, check the paper size and other properties, and then start printing.
For details, refer to Setting the print properties (gpage 29).
Printing will stop if you unplug the power cord during printing. The paper should be automatically ejected when you turn on the printer again. If it is not, refer to When paper is jammed (gpage 36). Do not open the ribbon cartridge door or remove the paper-in tray during printing. Do not move the printer during printing. Do not turn off the printer or PC, or disconnect the AC adapter during printing. If you inadvertently turn off the printer or disconnect the AC adapter, turn on the printer and then try printing again. If you leave the printer as is, a failure might occur.
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Setting the print properties
If you are using Windows: Select [Printing Preferences] from the File menu. On the [OLYMPUS P-S100 Printing Preferences] screen, use the [Paper] and [Color Adjustment] tabs to change the paper size, number of copies, and to make adjustments to the color settings. Paper setup screen Color Adjustment screen
Paper setup screen: The following items can be set. Item Paper Size Copy Count Orientation Print Area Enlarge/Reduce Sharpness Contents Select (mm) or 3.5" 5" (mm). Select from 1 to 50. Select [Landscape] or [Portrait]. Select [Not Edged] or [Edged]. Set the print size from 25 to 400%. Select the [Sharpness] among [OFF], [Soft], [Normal], or [Hard].
Color Adjustment screen: The following items can be set. Item Tone Saturation Brightness Contrast Contents Adjust the [Tone] from -5 (Lightest) to +5 (Strongest) among the [Red], [Green], and [Blue]. Set the [Saturation] from 0 to +10 (Strongest). Set the [Brightness] from -5 (Darkest) to +5 (Brightest). Set the [Contrast] from -5 (Lightest) to +5 (Strongest).
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If you are using Macintosh: Select [Page Setup] and [Print] from the File menu to change the paper size, number of copies, and to make
adjustments to the color settings.
Note The screens are those in Mac OS X v10.3. They may differ depending on the operation system.
Page Setup screen
Page Setup screen: The following items can be set. Item Settings Format for Paper Size Select [Page Attributes]. Select [P-S100]. Select one of the following paper sizes/styles. Edged (mm). Not Edged (mm). Edged 3.5" 5" (mm). Not Edged 3.5" 5" (mm). Orientation Scale Select print orientation. Enter the scale. Contents
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Sample: Print screen 1
Sample: Print screen 2
Print screen: The following items can be set. Item Printer Presets Setting 1 Saturation Brightness Contrast Sharpness Setting 2 Tone Select [P-S100]. Select [Standard], then select [Printer Features]. From the [Feature Sets], select [Setting 1] or [Setting 2]. Set the [Saturation] from 0 to +10 (strongest). Set the [Brightness] from -5 (darkest) to +5 (brightest). Set the [Contrast] from -5 (lightest) to +5 (strongest). Select the [Sharpness] among [OFF], [Soft], [Normal], or [Hard]. Adjust the [Tone] from -5 (lightest) to +5 (strongest) from [Tone Red], [Tone Green], and [Tone Blue]. Contents
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Loading the paper and replacing the ribbon cartridge
If paper runs out during printing
The PAPER indicator blinks slowly. Replace the paper-in tray. The remaining data is automatically printed. Under normal circumstances the ribbon will end at the same time as the paper runs out. Replace the ribbon cartridge with a new one.
If the ribbon runs out during printing
The RIBBON indicator blinks slowly. Wait until paper is ejected, and then replace the ribbon cartridge with a new one. When you close the ribbon cartridge door, the remaining data will be automatically printed.
About used paper-in trays and ribbon cartridges
Used paper-in trays can be used as container boxes for photographs. Paper-in trays and ribbon cartridges are made of plastic. When disposing, check local regulations.
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Indicator POWER ACCESS Indicator status On Off On* Printer status Power ON Power OFF Connected to a digital camera, or the printer is cooling off Blinking slowly Blinking very slowly PAPER RIBBON Blinking slowly Blinking slowly End of ink ribbon No ribbon cartridge is set The paper and the ribbon cartridge are incompatible Use a ribbon cartridge for mm (4 6) printing when printing on mm (4 6) papers, and use a ribbon cartridge for mm (3.5" 5") printing when printing on mm (3.5" 5") papers. ACCESS and PAPER ACCESS and RIBBON Blinking together Blinking together Communication error Check whether the digital camera supports PictBridge. Turn the printer off and on, then try printing again. If the error persists, contact an authorized Olympus service center. ACCESS, RIBBON, and PAPER Blinking together Internal problem Contact an authorized Olympus service center. Paper jam Remove jammed paper. Replace the ribbon cartridge with a new one. Set a ribbon cartridge into the printer. 19 19, 32 Out of paper Printing Replace the paper-in tray. 22, 32 Communicating Solution Wait for a while. Do not disconnect the digital camera or PC. Page(s) 18
* This light goes off when the connection is complete.
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Before asking for repairs, check the printer using the following checklist. If the problem still occurs, contact an authorized Olympus service center. Problem The power does not turn on. The ribbon cartridge cannot be removed. Printing a picture from a digital camera does not start soon. Printing does not start. The size of a JPEG file is large. The paper-in tray or ribbon cartridge is not suitable for the paper size you are using. The print size set on a digital camera or PC is different from the loaded Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge. No ribbon cartridge is set in the printer. No paper in the paper-in tray. Paper is jammed in the paper ejection area. The printer driver is not correctly installed on the PC. Indicators lights or blinks. Install or re-install the printer driver on the PC correctly. Replace the paper-in tray. Remove the jammed paper. Insert the same size paper and ribbon cartridge as selected on the digital camera or PC. Set a ribbon cartridge. 19 Use a ribbon cartridge and paper-in tray of the same size. 21, 38 The printer takes a long time to open a TIFF file. The power turns off during printing. Push the ribbon cartridge until it clicks. Turn on the printer again, and wait until the operation sound stops. The loading time varies depending on the image size. Wait until loading is complete. Cause / status The AC adapter is not connected. Solution Connect the AC adapter. Page(s) 18
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Problem Trimming specification is ignored although it is included in the print reservation information. Noise interferes with printed images. The printing interval has become longer.
Cause / status The printer does not support trimming.
Pictures that were not taken with a digital camera were printed from a digital camera. The printer is designed to prevent overheating by automatically prolonging the printing interval as printing proceeds continuously.
Images that were not taken by a digital camera must be printed from a PC. This is not a malfunction. Be patient.
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When paper is jammed
When paper is jammed, the ACCESS and PAPER indicators blink and printing stops. Follow these steps to remove jammed paper.
Turn off the printer. Remove the paper-in tray.
Turn on the printer again. The paper should be ejected automatically.
If the paper is automatically ejected, go to Step 8. If the paper is not automatically ejected, turn off the printer and go to Step 4.
Check the inside of the paper-in tray door to see whether paper is visible at the rear.
If it is, go to Step 5. If it is not, contact an authorized Olympus service center.
Notes Do not pull the jammed paper too hard. The paper may tear inside the printer. Jammed paper that has been removed cannot be used for printing. If it is used, a printer failure might occur.
Open the ribbon cartridge door. Use a flathead screwdriver to turn the screw in the counterclockwise or clockwise direction.
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Pull the paper out. Turn on the printer. Re-set the paper-in tray.
If the printer operates normally, the paper jam problem has been solved. You can continue printing.
If the ribbon cartridge is removed during printing 1 Turn off the printer. 2 Insert the ribbon cartridge all the way, and then be sure to close the ribbon cartridge
If the paper-in tray is removed during printing 1 Turn off the printer. 2 Insert the paper-in tray all the way. 3 Turn on the printer.
Tips Printing ends when the sheet in process is printed. An error also occurs if you remove the paper-in tray before printing starts. Retry the procedure from the beginning. For details, refer to Loading paper (gpage 22).
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About the Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge
Be sure to use the correct Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge for the paper size you are using, otherwise, a malfunction may occur. When ordering, please specify the models indicated in the table below (as of November, 2004). Type of Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge for mm (4 6) printing Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridge for mm (3.5" 5") printing - The Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridges are available in two types: P-P50S - containing mm (4 6) paper and a corresponding ribbon cartridge. P-L50S* - containing mm (3.5" 5") paper and a corresponding ribbon cartridge. - Use a ribbon cartridge and paper-in tray for the size of paper to be used, otherwise, print error may occur. * P-L50S is not available in certain local areas. The used ribbon cartridge is not reusable. Handle ribbon cartridges carefully to ensure that they remain clean. Do not disassemble ribbon cartridges. Fingerprints, dust, scratches, oil, or other debris on the print surface may degrade printing quality. Do not use sheets of paper that have already been printed on. A failure might occur. Do not use sheets of paper that have been ejected. Do not open Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridges until you are ready to use them. Model P-P50S P-L50S Capacity 50 50
Avoid the following places or conditions when storing Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridges. - Do not store Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridges in places subject to extreme temperatures (30C (86F) or higher or 5C (41F) or lower), or in places exposed to excessive dust or moisture. - Do not leave Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridges in the places that are exposed to direct sunlight or other sources of strong light. Observe this instruction also when the Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridges are loaded on the printer. - Do not store Paper-in Tray/Ribbon Cartridges together with chemicals.
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Notes on storing printed paper
Do not store printed paper with their printed surfaces facing each other.
Do not leave the printed surface in contact with an adhesive tape, desk mats, plastic erasers, or similar objects for a long time. Discoloration might occur. Do not apply organic solvent to printed surfaces. Discoloration might occur. Do not expose printed surfaces to sunlight or other strong light sources for a long time. Discoloration might occur. Use an oil felt-tipped pen when writing on printed surfaces. Do not store printed paper in a place that is exposed to direct sunlight or will become hot or moistened. Keep printed paper away from children. OLYMPUS will not compensate for discoloration or fading of printed sheets of paper.
Compensation for problems
Exchange will be made for the same quantity of new product if a problem occurs as the result of an OLYMPUS manufacturing defect. OLYMPUS is not responsibility in other situations.
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Service and maintenance
The product will come with a warranty card. Make sure that the dealer name and purchase date are written or stamped on the warranty. If any of the necessary information is missing, contact the dealer. Please read through the warranty and store it in a safe place. If you have a question about after-sale services for this product or encounter a failure, contact the dealer or our service center. Within one year of the purchase date, we will repair the product free of charge if it becomes faulty, provided that the instructions in this manual were observed. There will generally be a charge for repairs performed after the warranty period has expired. Maintenance parts for this product will be stored for about five years after production stops. Within this period, we can accept repair requests. Even after this period, repair may be possible. Contact the dealer or our service center. OLYMPUS will not compensate for any damage or loss (photography cost, loss of photography profits, etc.) incurred as a consequence of a failure of this product. Postage and packing costs are the responsibility of the sender. When sending the product to us for maintenance, place it in the original box with the original packing material, and enclose a letter indicating the location that requires repair. If the original packing material is not available, pack the printer with enough cushion to absorb any impacts during transportation. Use a doorto-door package delivery service or registered parcel mail so that you have proof of sending the product.
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Additional information Printer
Printing method Resolution Paper size Dye sublimation thermal transfer printing 306 dpi 3.5" 5" paper paper (after perforated) Color representation Printing speed Over 16.77 million colors 3.5" 5" paper paper Interfaces : Approx. 84 seconds per sheet : Approx. 88 seconds per sheet : mm (3.5" 5") (H W) : mm (3.9" 5.8") (H W)
(excluding data transmission time from digital camera or PC) Connection to a PictBridge-compatible digital camera: USB A-type connector Connection to a PC: USB B-type connector Connection to a Dock&Done system: Dock&Done connector Compatible OS Ink ribbon cartridge Compatible image file formats Power source Power consumption Operating temperature Operating humidity Dimensions Base machine mass Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP Mac OS X v10.3 and later Yellow+Magenta+Cyan layers and coating (protective layer) Exif 1.0 to 2.2 (JPEG/TIFF) DPOF 1.1 DC 25V (dedicated AC adapter) 47.5 W (printing), 2.5 W (standby) 10 - 35C (50 - 95F) 30 to 80% 70 mm (6.6" 5.7" 2.8") (W D H) (protruding parts excluded) 1.1 kg (38.8 oz.)
Type Input voltage Output voltage Switching regulator AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz DC 25V
Requires a power cord that meets the safety standards of your country. The specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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Before you contact us
Confirm the following points before contacting us so that we can provide quick and accurate answers. Please fill out this check sheet if you want to contact us by fax or mail. Symptom, displayed messages, frequency, and other details of the problem: PC-related problems are difficult to accurately identify. Please provide as much detail as possible. Name: Contact information: Postal code Address (your residential address or office address) Phone/Fax E-mail Product name (model): Serial number (located on the bottom of the product): Purchase date: Error message displayed on the camera screen: * If you are using this printer connected to a PC, or if you are using third party application software, please provide as much detail as possible, as follows. Type of PC: Manufacturer, model, and others Memory size and free hard disk space: OS name and version: For Mac OS, check settings on the Control Panel and the extensions in use. For Windows, check settings on Control Panel/System/Device Manager. Other peripheral devices connected: Name and version of the application software related to your problem: Name and version of the OLYMPUS software product related to your problem:
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Pour une utilisation correcte de ce produit, commencez par lire attentivement ce manuel.
QUICK START GUIDE
Your new life of photography has begun.
With the advent of digital photography, people are taking more pictures, but many of those pictures just wind up sitting in a folder on some computer hard disk drive. All this is about to change now that Olympus has come up with a new way to let users truly integrate digital photography into their daily lives: Dock&Done. What is QDock&Done? Dock&Done is a total system that puts personal imaging into a single process. For example, by simply setting the digital camera on the cradle, new pictures are saved, photo printing is prepared, and the cameras batteries are recharged. Viewing on TV
Digital camera* Cradle*
A Dock&Done-compatible storage unit (S-HD-100)
Image les can be stored easily by connecting the Dock&Done digital camera. The camera battery is recharged at the same time.
QDock&Done mode and PC mode
The storage unit supports the Dock&Done and PC modes. The available functions vary depending on the selected mode. QDock&Done mode Once the Dock&Done-compatible digital camera cradle is docked, and a printer (P-S100, etc.) is connected to the storage unit, you can store image les, print images specied in the print order information, and charge the cameras battery simply by setting the digital camera (i:robe IR-500, etc.) on the cradle. Connecting a digital camera: When connecting a Dock&Done-compatible digital camera, you do not need to attach any cables because the cradle of the digital camera docks directly to the storage unit; just set the digital camera on its cradle. Automatic saving of image les: You can automatically store image les taken with a Dock&Done-compatible digital camera simply by setting the digital camera on the storage unit. Automatic printing of image les: When a Dock&Done-compatible printer is connected, you can print the image les specied in the print order information with a single action. PC mode When the storage unit is connected to a PC, you can manage and edit image les stored on the hard disk by using the supplied OLYMPUS Master. Image le management using OLYMPUS Master software: When the storage unit is connected to a PC, the PC automatically recognizes the storage unit and any printer or digital camera connected to the storage unit. Use as a hub: You can use the storage unit as an external hard disk drive when connected to a PC.
B Dock&Done-compatible digital camera
By setting the camera on the cradle when used in combination with the Dock&Done-compatible storage unit, storing images and battery charging can be done with ease.
C Dock&Done-compatible digital photo printer
By connecting to the Dock&Done-compatible storage unit with the Dock&Done cable KP16, storing images and photo printing can be done with ease.
By connecting your PC to the Dock&Done storage unit, you can store pictures to your PC for organizing and editing.
The image les inside the camera can be displayed here instead of on the LCD monitor in the Dock&Done digital camera.
Tip Printing from the camera
QDock&Done storing Storage unit
Connecting by USB cable Connecting by QDock&Done cable KP16* Digital Photo Printer*
Availability of these models may vary from country to country.
Editing pictures and making an album by PC
Thank you for purchasing this OLYMPUS HD Storage S-HD-100. This guide contains instructions for basic operations to use the storage immediately after purchase. For details on operations and handling of CD-ROM, refer to the supplied users manual. For inquiries, contact the OLYMPUS service center on the back cover of the users manual.
User registration To stay informed of important updates and news regarding your Olympus product, it is recommended to register your purchase. You can register by one of the following ways: Register online Install the OLYMPUS Master software from the supplied CD-ROM. When restarting your computer after installation, the registration screen appears.
NG038501 Printed in CHINA
* Sold separately
Print directly by QDock&Done
Use the registration card* Fill out the supplied registration card, and return it by mail.
* Not provided in some areas.
Using in the Dock&Done mode
Shoot pictures and make print reservations with your digital camera in advance. For details on using the digital camera, refer to the reference manual supplied with the digital camera.
c Set the Dock&Done mode/PC mode switch to QDOCK, then turn the storage unit on.
STORE : PRINT
Stores only the newly taken image les of the digital camera, and prints the image les with the print order. Stores only the newly taken image les of the digital camera.
Using in the PC mode
Be sure to use the supplied OLYMPUS Master software when storing image les from the connected PC, or browsing, editing, printing, or managing image les on the HD storage. For details, refer to the instruction manual supplied.
Connect with the printer and the digital camera
STORE : SEL. PRINT* Stores only the newly taken image les of the digital camera, and the print setting screen appears. EXIT Closes the QDOCK MODE menu without storing or printing.
Make sure the power of the storage unit is off before connecting.
Example: When connecting the digital camera IR-500 and the printer P-S100. Display items on the camera monitor and the shape of the camera cradle differ depending on the digital camera.
Before switching from PC mode to Dock&Done mode, perform the PC hardware removal procedure in order to prevent a loss of data. Do not switch to the PC mode while the storage unit is processing in the Dock&Done mode. The operating mode switches when the processing is complete.
Be sure to use the OLYMPUS Master software supplied with the storage unit. The OLYMPUS Master software supplied with the digital camera may not work properly.
* The same setting as PictBridge mode. For details on the print settings, refer to the reference manual supplied with the digital camera.
Connecting with a PC
a Dock the cradle of the digital camera to the storage unit.
d Set the digital camera on the cradle.
B Press the 9 button.
The ACCESS indicator (blue) blinks while storing (the ACCESS indicator on the printer blinks while printing).
a Connect the storage unit to a PC using the USB cable.
Insert the power cord plug into the power outlet.
e Operate the digital camera to select the desired store option on the digital camera. A Press the a/c button to select the desired item.
DOCK MODE STORE PRINT STORING ONLY STORE SEL. PRINT EXIT 20SEC. TILL AUTO-STORE
Do not turn off the storage unit, or disconnect its cable while the ACCESS indicator (blue) is blinking, otherwise a store or print error may result. The status of storing/printing or error messages are displayed on the LCD screen of the camera. Do not remove the camera while the ACCESS indicator (blue) is blinking. In this case, use the camera to cancel the process before removing.
b Connect the printer and the storage unit with the Dock&Done cable KP16 (sold separately), connect the AC adapter and power cord to the storage unit, then turn the printer on.
A B D C
The storage unit starts storing image les automatically if no menu operation is performed within 20 seconds. To cancel storing/printing, press the 9 button on the camera, select CANCEL, then press 9 in the conrmation screen. When storing/printing is canceled, the camera will turn off and automatically enter charge mode. Print order information is not cleared automatically when a print is executed. Cancel the print order setting manually. If the storage unit is in the Dock&Done mode, the connected digital camera and the printer are not accessible from the connected PC.
b Set the Dock&Done mode/PC mode switch to PC, then turn the storage unit on.
Do not change the setting of the Dock&Done/PC mode switch during data transfer. If the mode is changed, data transfer stops and data is not stored correctly. Do not disconnect the USB cable during data transfer, otherwise transfer will stop and may cause data corruption.
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