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User reviews and opinions
|jcarlson||4:12pm on Monday, August 9th, 2010|
|great photos, cheapest ink cartridges on the market have this printer for 3 years now, and all my other equipment ,ie computer and etc..|
|marksimon||7:52pm on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|Canon i470D Compact but not short of good qualities.Great to print out pictures taken from any digital camera. Canon i470D Compact but not short of good qualities.Great to print out pictures taken from any digital camera.|
|Christian.M||10:47am on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010|
|Cheap price, Cheap ink, Great quality. It still says my ink wells are full after semi-heavy use. Accuracy may be questionable. Good cheap printer Buy a laser for reliable b&w Excellent print quality, relatively cheap cartridges, built-in memory-card reader, everything WORKS! None at this time.|
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Installing the Printer Driver
This manual provides examples of instructions for installing, configuring and using the printer driver for your version of Windows OS. To use as a USB Printer: Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows XP/ Windows Server 2003 : : : : : Follow the procedures on pages 12 to 15. (Connecting with a USB Cable) Follow the procedures on pages 16 to 18. (Connecting with a USB Cable) This Windows OS does not support a USB Printer. Follow the procedures on pages 19 to 21. (Connecting with a USB Cable) Follow the procedures on pages 22 to 23. (Connecting with a USB Cable)
To use as a Network Printer: Windows 98 : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing then pages 24 to 27 (Installing the LPR Monitor). Windows Me : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing then pages 24 to 27 (Installing the LPR Monitor). Windows NT : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing then pages 28 to 31 (Installing the LPR Monitor). Windows 2000 : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing then pages 32 to 35 (Installing the LPR Monitor). Windows XP/ : Follow the procedures on pages 6 to 11 (Installing Windows Server 2003 then pages 32 to 35 (Installing the LPR Monitor).
the Printer Driver) and the Printer Driver) and the Printer Driver) and the Printer Driver) and the Printer Driver) and
Insert the Panasonic Printing System CD-ROM. Click on the desired language. Note: If the CD-ROM does not launch
automatically, double click the My Computer icon on the Desktop or on the Start menu, then double click the CD-ROM icon.
Note for Windows 98/Windows Me users: If your computer does not have the LPR Port Monitor installed, please proceed to "Installing the LPR Monitor" on page 24 before continuing this installation.
Click Install Printer Driver.
Select Local Printer and click the button.
Select your machine's model(s) check box and click the
Select how your machine will be used, either as a Network Printer or as a USB Printer. If USB Printer is selected, click the button and skip to Step 12. Note: Make sure that the Power Switch of your
machine is OFF and the USB cable is not connected to your computer.
Check LPT1: and click the
button if you would like to
change your current default printer to the one that you are installing. Note: This dialog box only appears if another printer
is already installed.
Continued on the next page.
Select your new default printer from the New Printer List and click the
The required files are copied.
<Windows 98, Windows Me> When this message appears, turn the Power Switch of your machine ON and connect your machine to an available USB Port on your computer. Note: (For Windows 98 users)
If your PC does not detect the device, and a dialog box does not appear confirming its detection after the USB cable is connected, proceed as follows: 1. Locate the DrvIns.exe file under the D:\Tools\DrvUnIns directory on the CDROM and execute the file to delete the Printer Driver (where "D:" is your CDROM drive). 2. Follow the procedures on pages 12 to 15 to reinstall the Printer Driver.
<Windows 2000> Click the
When this message appears, turn the Power Switch of your machine ON and connect your machine to an available USB Port on your computer.
<Windows XP/Windows Server 2003> Click the Continue Anyway button.
<Windows XP Service Pack 2> Select No, not this time and click the
Select Install the software automatically and click the
This message may appear if you have a previous version of the printer driver installed. Select the latest version of the.inf file and click the
Click the Continue Anyway
When the setup process is completed, a message is displayed prompting you to restart your computer.
Click the computer.
button to restart your
The Panasonic/Panafax Printer Driver is installed, and the Panasonic/Panafax Printer icon(s) are added to the Printer folder. If you are installing the Printer Driver for network printing, please contact your network administrator for the IP Address of the machine and proceed to the next section to install the LPR Monitor service for the version of Windows you are installing after your computer has rebooted.
1. When installing on Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 logon to the computer/network using an account with administrator rights. 2. To remove the Printer Driver, select Panasonic UF-xxxx on the Add/Remove Programs Properties in the Control Panel and click the Add. / Remove button.
Installing the Printer Driver Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows 98)
To use the printer by means of a USB cable connection, install the printer driver by following the steps below.
Connect the printer to the PC with an USB cable. Turn the Power Switch of your machine ON.
The New Hardware Found dialog box appears for a brief moment, followed by the Add New Hardware Wizard dialog box. Click the
Select Search for the best driver for your device. Click the
Insert the CD-ROM included in the PCL Option. Select Specify a location and type <UF-7000/7100/8000/8100> D:\English\PCL\Driver\UsbDrv\Win9x <UF-9000> D:\English\PCL\Driver\Usb\UsbDrv\Win9x (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive).
Select Specify a location and type <UF-7000/7100/8000/8100> D:\English\PCL\Driver\Win9x <UF-9000> D:\English\PCL\Driver\Usb\Win9x (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive). Click the
Enter the Printer name and click the
Installing the Printer Driver Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows Me)
The New Hardware Found dialog box appears for a brief moment, followed by the Add New Hardware Wizard dialog box. Select Specify the location of the driver. Click the
Insert the CD-ROM included in the PCL Option. Select Specify a location and type <UF-7000/7100/8000/8100> D:\English\PCL\Driver\UsbDrv\Win9x <UF-9000> D:\English\PCL\Driver\Usb\UsbDrv\Win9x (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive). Click the
Installing the Printer Driver Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows 2000)
The Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box appears.
Select Search for a suitable driver for my device. Click the
Insert the CD-ROM included in the PCL Option. Select Specify a location. Click the
Type <UF-7000/7100/8000/8100> D:\English\PCL\Driver\WinXP-2K-2003 <UF-9000> D:\English\PCL\Driver\Usb\WinXP-2K-2003 (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive). Click the
Installing the Printer Driver Connecting with a USB Cable (Windows XP/Windows Server 2003)
The Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box appears. Select Install from a list or specific location (Advanced). Click the
Select Include this location in the search. Type <UF-7000/7100/8000/8100> D:\English\PCL\Driver\WinXP-2K-2003 <UF-9000> D:\English\PCL\Driver\Usb\WinXP-2K-2003 (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive). Insert the CD-ROM included in the PCL Option. Click the
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows 98/Windows Me
Insert the Panasonic Printing System CD-ROM. Click on the desired language. Note: If the CD-ROM does not launch automatically,
double click the My Computer icon on the Desktop or on the Start menu, then double click the CD-ROM icon.
Click Install LPR Monitor.
The M-LPR Port Monitor Setup dialog box appears. Click the
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor Windows 98/Windows Me
The setup program copies the necessary files onto your hard disk. When the setup process is completed, a message is displayed prompting you to restart your computer. It is recommended that you restart your computer now so that the LPR Monitor can be started. Click the
If you have not installed the printer driver yet, please proceed to "Installing the Printer Driver" on page 5.
After your computer has rebooted, click the Start button, select Settings, and then click Printers. The Printers folder appears. Right-click on the desired printer icon and select Properties from the pop-up menu.
The printer properties dialog box appears. The following step is to register the LPR Port for network printing. Before proceeding, ensure that the printer is installed, connected to the network, turned ON and is operating properly.
Select the Details tab and click the button.
The Add Port dialog box appears. Click the Other radio button, and select M-LPR Port Monitor from the list, and click the
The M-LPR Port Monitor dialog box appears. Type the IP Address of the machine in the Hostname or IP address: text box and the queue name (e.g. New105) in the Queue name: text box. Click the button. If an error occurs
The screen reverts to the Printer Properties. Check that the "Print to the following port:" has been changed as entered in step 12, and click the Apply button, and then the
The printer properties dialog box closes and you have now configured the printer as a network printer.
1. To print data via LAN, the LPR Monitor must be installed on your PC.
because the queue name had already been used for the same IP Address, select a different unique name such as "New106".
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor Windows NT 4.0
Logon using an account with administrator rights.
Click the Start button, select Settings, and click Control Panel. The Control Panel window appears. Double-click the Network icon. The Network dialog box appears.
Click the Services tab. Verify whether the LPR Service is already installed. (Indicated by Microsoft TCP/IP Printing shown in the Network Services list.) If it is already installed, skip to Step 7. Otherwise continue installing the LPR Service.
button to display the Select
Network Service dialog box, and select Microsoft TCP/IP Printing. Click the button.
The Windows NT Setup dialog box appears. Insert the Windows NT 4.0 CD-ROM, and type D:\i386 (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive). Click the
After the files have been copied into the hard drive of your PC, the display returns to the Network dialog box. Confirm that the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing service has been added to Network Services list. Click the Note: button.
If the OK button does not change into a Close button, remove and reinstall the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing service.
When the Network Settings Change dialog box is displayed, click the your computer now. You have now completed the LPR Service installation.
button to restart
The following step is to register the LPR Port for network printing. Before proceeding, ensure that the printer is installed, connected to the network, turned ON and is operating properly. Select the Ports Tab and click the button.
The Printer Ports dialog box appears. Select LPR Port and click the button.
The Add LPR compatible printer dialog box appears. Enter the IP Address of the printer in the upper field, and "lp" for the print queue name in the lower field. Click the button.
1. In Windows NT 4.0, setting of the properties depends on the logon account. This section describes properties to be specified by the administrator (system manager). See "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for details on user properties. (See page 52)
1. Comment Enter comments to the properties, if any. If another user sets up this printer on his or her computer when sharing the printer, the comment specified here will also appear on that computer. However, the comment displayed for an existing user will remain unchanged even if the comment is modified later. 2. Location Specifies the printer location. 3. Driver Displays the printer driver type. Specify the printer being used or a printer model that can be emulated with the printer being used. 4. button New Driver. Updates or modifies the printer driver. button Separator Page. This feature is not available on your machine. button Print Processor. Specify the processor to be used for printing (Print Processor) and the data type (Default Data type). The processor and data type affect the manner in which the printer functions in Windows NT. Normally they do not need to be modified. However, modification might be necessary when the printer is used with a special application. 7. Print Test Page button Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.
1. Print to the following port(s) Displays a list of available ports for printing (Port), their status (Description) and printers that are connected to these ports (Printer). 2. / Delete Port. button Add Port. Adds/deletes a new port or a new network path.
Configure Port. button Configures the selected port. In case of a parallel port, Transmission Retry should be specified. (See Note 1 and 2)
4. Enable bidirectional support This setting enables reception of configuration data and status data from the printer. 5. Enable printer pooling Printer pooling allows data sent to one logical printer to be received and printed by two or more printers. With printer pooling enabled, a transmitted printing job is output to the first printer that is ready for printing.
Printing Preferences. button Changes properties (print settings) specifiable for each user. Refer to "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for details on settings (see page 62).
6. Print Test Page button Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.
<Windows 2000> <Windows XP/Windows Server 2003>
1. Not shared/Shared as (Do not share this printer/Share this printer) Specify if this printer is displayed or shared with other computers. For sharing a printer, specify the share name of a printer to be shared. A name specified here appears when other users view the printer information on a network. 2.
Additional Drivers. button Install additional printer drivers on the system. (See Note 1)
1. When sharing a printer on the network, the print driver needs to be installed on the print server only, and other computers will automatically copy and use that driver. For this reason, the print server must be ready with printer drivers for all the operating systems of all the computers that will be sharing the printer. 2. If the Windows is set to disable remote access to your PC for the security, the Windows ask you to activate the Network Setup Wizard. Follow the messages to enable the Sharing Tab.
1. Print to the following port(s) Displays a list of ports that allow printing, their status (description), and printers connected to the ports. 2. / Delete Port. button Add Port. Adds/deletes a new port or a new network path.
Configure Port. button Configure the port that is selected. On a parallel port, wait time (in seconds) for retransmission is specified.(See Note 1)
1. Specify the time (seconds) waiting for the printer to be ready for printing. If the printer is not ready for printing after the specified time has elapsed, an error message is displayed. If a timeout error occurs frequently upon printing a large size document, specify a larger value here.
1. Always available/Available from Specify the operating schedule for a printer. Selecting Available from allows specifying an available operation time. 2. Priority Specify the priority in printing. Priority is adjustable from 1 to 99. Documents of higher priority are printed before those of lower priority. 3. Driver Displays the printer driver type. Specify the printer being used or a printer model that can be emulated with the printer being used. 4. button New Driver. Updates or modifies the printer driver.
5. Spool print documents so program finishes printing faster Specify the method of sending a document from the program to the printer. 6. Print directly to the printer Specify that the document should be sent directly to the printer device and not spooled. Use this if you cannot print using either of the print spooling options. 7. Hold mismatched documents This feature is not available on your machine. 8. Print spooled documents first Always prints spooled documents first regardless of printing priority. 9. Keep printed documents After printing, documents are kept in the queue. The documents are allowed to be reprinted directly from the queue regardless of the status of an application. Continued on the next page.
10.Enable advanced printing features Enables advanced printing features. Optional printer features (page ordering, booklet printing, numbering on sheets) are enabled. These features can be disabled if a problem occurs due to incompatibility. Disabling the features may also disable the printing options. 11. Printing Defaults. button Specifies standard (default) values for the properties (print settings) specifiable for each user. If a local printer is shared, the settings here are used as printing defaults for other users. Refer to "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for detailed settings. (See page 62) 12. button Print Processor. Specify a print processor and data type to be used for printing.
The processor and data type define operations of printers under Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003. Usually no change is required in the settings. Use of a printer from some applications, however, may require changes in the settings. 13. Separator Page. button This feature is not available on your machine.
Displays a list of users and groups to whom printer access is assigned to. A list of standard permissions for each group or user is displayed. Check or uncheck the checkboxes for permitting or prohibiting access. Gray checkbox indicates the permission inheritance. 1. / Remove button Add. Add or delete a user or group from the list. button Advanced. Specify access to a printer, audit, and owner. (See Note 1 and 2)
1. Windows 2000 provides the capability of managing access to various objects (e.g. printers) by users. 2. Refer to the Windows 2000 documentation for details on access permission, audit, and owner. 3. The Security Tab is not shown in Windows XP/Windows Server 2003.
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 (User)
Changes the printer settings. Display the printer settings dialog box by performing the steps below:
Right-click on the desired printer icon and select the the
menu or click
1. In Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003, setting of the properties depends on the logon accounts. This section describes properties to be specified by a user, upon executing a print operation in an application. See "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (Administrator)" for details on administrator (system manager) properties. (See page 53)
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings All Windows Common Settings
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4. Poster Specify the layout pattern for Poster mode printing on the multiple sheet of paper.
5. Sort Select whether to Stack or Sort when printing multiple copies.
1) Print All Text as Black All colored text is printed as solid black 2) Print Blank Pages Select whether the blank pages are printed. 3) Check Printer Status Prior to Printing Check the status of the printer connected to your network before printing the data.
4) Copies (Printer controlled / Printer Driver controlled) When printing a large amount of data with sort mode, the machine might not be able to print due to lack of memory capacity. In this case, select Printer Driver controlled, as sorting is processed inside of the printer driver. However, this mode may take more time to print. 5) Front Cover Set to insert a blank or printed page as the Front Cover. Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the device. If you choose Auto Tray Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size selected.
6) Back Cover Set to insert a blank or printed page as the Back Cover. Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the device. If you choose Auto Tray Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size selected.
1. Graphics Mode Vector Treat line information as graphic data. Raster Treat all information as Bitmap data. 2. Halftone Select Normal/Fine/Coarse. 3. Resolution Select the print resolution (300 dpi / 600 dpi / 1200dpi Enhanced). (See Note 1) 4. Density Defines the darkness of the dots placed on the paper. 5. Toner Save This function is only available if Graphics Mode is set to "Raster" it will print using less toner, thus, saving toner consumption when you are printing many drafts prior to printing the final document.
1. dpi (dots per inch) represents the number of dots contained in one inch. The larger the value, the higher the resolution would be.
1. TrueType Mode Download PC fonts (TrueType ) as bitmap Image or as TrueType font. 2. Use Printer TrueType fonts Select whether the printer TrueType fonts are used or not.
1. Watermark To enable the watermark feature, check Watermark. 2. Message Displays the selected text. (CONFIDENTIAL, COPY, etc.) 3. button Add Delete Add or delete watermark messages.
4. Text Input text that you want to add or update as the watermark. 5.
Update button Update the text of the existing watermark message.
6. Fonts Select the text font. 7. Style Select the font style. 8. Size 8 - 400 point. 9. Angle Select the text angle. 10. Density Varies from light to dark.
11. Transparent Text Use watermark print as transparent text. 12. As Outline Only Print the watermark character as an outlined image. 13. First Page Only Use watermark only for the first page. 14. Position Specify inch or metric units for adjustment.
button Center Position the watermark relative to center of the document.
1. Print Using Overlay File Set overlay function. 2. Make Overlay File When making an overlay file, check this box, then type a filename in the Overlay List box. 3. Overlay List Select the file to be used for the overlay. 4.
File Delete File Delete
button button to set the directory to save the overlay file. button to delete the overlay file.
Click the Click the
1. Mailbox (Available if the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD19) or an SD Memory Card (256MB or 512MB) is installed.) Check this box and enter the User ID (up to 8 digits) if storing the print data into the mailbox of the machine. Note: 1. DA-HD19 is for UF-9000 only. 2. Turning the Power Switch OFF while a print file is being stored (DATA indicator lamp flashing) into the Mailbox may cause all files in it to be lost. 2. Secure Mailbox (Available if the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD19) or an SD Memory Card (256MB or 512MB) is installed.) Check this box, enter the User ID (up to 8 digits) and the password (4 digits) if storing the print data into the secure mailbox of the machine. Note: 1. DA-HD19 is for UF-9000 only. 2. Turning the Power Switch OFF while a print file is being stored (DATA indicator lamp flashing) into the Secure Mailbox may cause all files in it to be lost. 3. Dept. Counter Mode On Check this box and enter the department code if your administrator requires departmental codes in order to print.
Printing from Windows Applications
If the printer driver is installed properly and a printer is selected as the default printer (see Note 1) in the printer setup, printing can be accomplished from any Windows application with simple operations. To print from most Windows applications, use the Print. command in the File menu. Selecting the Print. command typically displays the following Print dialog box:
After selecting the page range to be printed and the number of copies, click the printing.
button to start
While documents are being printed, a printer icon appears in the System Tray near the clock on the bottom right hand corner of the screen. The icon disappears when printing is completed. You may double-click on the printer indicator in the system tray to open and verify the details of the print queue in the spooler.
Print Operation Setting the IPP Printing
Select the Connect to a printer on the Internet or on your Intranet and type the IP address of the remote machine and /printer in the URL window. (e.g. http://10.74.229.176/printer) Click the button.
<Windows 2000 only> Click the
button if this message is
shown. If not, skip to Step 11. 1. Insert the CD-ROM included with the Option. 2. Click the
The Install From Disk dialogue box appears. Click the
<UF-9000> D:\English\PCL\Driver\Para&Net\WinXP-2K-2003 (where "D" is your CD-ROM drive).
Select the remote machine.
Select Yes if you would like to change your current default printer and click the
The IPP Printer Driver has been installed, and the Printer icon has been added to the Printer folder.
Available Paper Type and Paper Size
Paper Type Paper Size Print from Paper Tray
Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes *1 Yes *1 No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes *1 Yes *1 No Yes Yes No No No No No No No
Print from Print from 2nd Sheet Bypass Paper Tray (Optional)
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes *1 No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
Print by 2-Sided Print Mode
Yes Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes *1
Letter Legal Invoice FLS1 FLS2 A4 B5 A5 User Size
Transparency Label Envelope
Letter A4 Letter A4 #9 #10 Monarch DL C5
*1: For UF-7100/8100 only
Specification Available Paper Weight and Capacity
Paper Type Print from Paper Tray
lb (g/m ) Thick Paper Envelope Paper Capacity Plain Paper 20 lb (75 g/m ) Transparency Label Envelope 20 sheets No No 1 sheet 1 sheet 1 sheet No No No
Print from Sheet Bypass
lb (g/m ) lb (g/m )
Print from 2nd Paper Tray (Optional)
lb (g/m2) No No 550 sheets
No No 250 sheets
24 lb (90 g/m2) 1 sheet
Specification Transparencies and Labels
You may also print on high quality labels and transparencies that are made specifically for Laser printers. We recommend using the following types. Paper Type
Letter/A4 Letter A4
3M CG3300 Avery 5160 5163, Avery Avery L7159 L7164
To avoid damaging the printer, do not use transparencies made for Inkjet printers. Do not use transparencies that have already been fed through the printer once.
Note: The labels must completely cover the backing material as shown below.
Labels cover the entire backing material
The backing material is exposed.
It is recommended that you purchase only high quality envelopes with diagonal seams as shown below.
High quality envelopes have the following characteristics: A thin, sharply creased leading edge. Paper weight of 24 lb (90 g/m2). Flat, free of curls, wrinkles, nicks, etc. It is not recommended that you use envelopes with any of the following characteristics (using these may result in paper jams). Irregularly shaped envelopes Envelopes with curls, wrinkles, nicks, twists, dog-ears or other damage Envelopes with side seam construction Highly textured envelopes, or with extremely shiny surfaces Envelopes that seal by removing a peel-off strip Envelopes with more than one flap to be sealed Self-adhesive envelopes Envelopes that are baggy or not sharply creased Embossed envelopes Envelopes that have previously been printed with a laser printer Envelopes that have been previously printed inside
Side seam construction
Do not attempt to print on any of the following types of envelopes. These may cause damage to your printer. Envelopes with clasps, snaps or tie strings (see Figure 1) Envelopes with transparent windows (see Figure 2) Envelopes that will melt, discolor, scorch, offset or release hazardous emissions when exposed to 200 C (392 F) for 0.1 second Envelopes that use encapsulated types of adhesive that do not require moistening but rely on pressure to seal them
Always test a sample of the envelopes you are thinking of buying. Confirm that the envelope performs acceptably. For best printing results Avoid printing in high humidity. High humidity may cause the envelope to curl and pick up excess toner. High humidity may also cause the envelope to seal. Envelope storage is very important. Store them away from moisture and humid air, where they can lay flat and their edges will not be bent or damaged. The humidity should not exceed 70% RH.
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For Service, Call:
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T0104-5114 DZSD002146-5 November 2004 Published in Japan
Panasonic fax machines are designed with powerful features that are easy to use and increase productivity in many ways. They are also built to last. The fax machines in this section are products that, while fully supported by Panasonic, are no longer being manufactured and marketed as new equipment. PRODUCT FEATURES: 1.4 Seconds Ultra High-Speed Scanning; Large Volume 100 page Auto Document Feeder; Super G3 Mode (33.6 kbps Fax with JBIG); Built-in Network 15 ppm printing capability with "2 in 1" and "4 in 1" printing; High Resolution of 1200-equivalent x 600 dpiby adding optional; PCL printer controller; Standard Duplex Printing / Copying / Faxing; Standard 250-sheet cassette expandable to 800 sheets; Mailbox Print / Secure Mailbox Print Capability; 3 MB (180 pages) Standard Memory plus up to; 512 MB (12,750 pages) with optional SD Memory Card; USB 1.1 / Ethernet (10Base-T / 100Base-TX) Port Standard; Optional Scan to E-Mail (PDF/TIFF) / Internet Fax / Network Scanner Capability; 280 phone numbers / E-Mail addresses Programming expandable to 1,000 with optional SD Memory Card; Easy-to-use "Quick Name Search Dial", "Directory Search Dial" with QWERTY keyboard; "Toner Saver Mode" for reducing running cost.
|Device Type||Fax / copier / printer / scanner|
|Fax Type||Plain paper|
|Printing Technology||Laser - monochrome|
|Supported Flash Memory||SD Memory Card|
|Max Printing Resolution||Up to 1200 x 600 dpi|
|Max Printing Speed||Up to 15 ppm|
|Printer Drivers / Emulations||Windows GDI driver|
|Optical Resolution||600 x 600 dpi|
|Max Transmission Speed||33.6 Kbps|
|Data Compression System||MH, MR, MMR, JBIG|
|Fax Resolutions||203 x 98 dpi, 203 x 196 dpi, 406 x 391 dpi, 600 x 600 dpi|
|Fax Machine Features|
|Error Correction Mode (ECM)||Yes|
|One Touch Dialing||80 station(s)|
|Speed Dialing||200 station(s)|
|Broadcast Transmission||330 stations|
|Remote Fax Retrieval (Polling)||Yes|
|Document & Media Handling|
|Min Original Size||5.5 in x 5.5 in|
|Max Original Size||Legal (8.5 in x 14 in)|
|Document Feeder Capacity||100 sheets|
|Max Copy Size||Legal (8.5 in x 14 in)|
|Supported Media Type||Plain paper|
|Standard Media Capacity||250 sheets|
|Max Media Capacity||800 sheets|
|Bypass Feeder Capacity||1 sheets|
|Document & Media Handling Details||ADF - 100 sheets Input tray - 250 sheets Bypass tray - 1 sheets|
|PC Connection Availability||Yes|
|PC Connection||USB, Ethernet 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX|
|Operating System Support||MS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows NT 4.0, MS Windows ME, MS Windows 98, MS Windows Server 2003|
|Power Consumption Operational||1000 Watt|
|Power Consumption Standby||12 Watt|
|Power Consumption Sleep||7 Watt|
|ENERGY STAR Qualified||Yes|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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