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If you must re-install the system software. For a detailed description of the procedure to create this USB installation key, please refer to the user documentation of the USB Key Creator software.

Backup the system data Backup the system data When to do Before you upgrade or re-install the system software you must create a backup file of the system data. Required tool 1 USB backup key Note: Not all settings are stored in the backup file. The passwords for authorised users are ex- cluded from the file for security reasons.

Install the new system software Install the new system software When to do If you must upgrade or re-install the system software. Restore the system data Restore the system data When to do After you upgraded or re-installed the system software you must restore the backup file with the system data. You must remove the original from the scanner.

If an original jam occurs often: Check if you use the correct type of original. Clear a media jam in the fuser section Clear a media jam in the fuser section Attention: During normal use the fuser must be closed.

Only open it to remove the media after a media jam. Wait a few moments to let the fuser cool down. Chapter 7 - Solve problems Clear a media jam in the fuser section Press the green knob on the media jam clearance handle to open the upper back cover.

Clear a media jam in the fuser section Remove any jammed printing material from the fuser section. Press the green knob on the media jam clearance handle and close the upper back cover. Clear a media jam in the media bypass section Clear a media jam in the media bypass section Open the lower front cover. Clear a media jam in the media bypass section Lower the media bypass by pressing the handles on the left and the right.

Remove any jammed media. Clear a media jam in the media bypass section Note: If the material cannot be removed easily, you must open the upper back cover with the media jam clearance handle to access to the jammed material.

Clear a media jam in the roll feed section Clear a media jam in the roll feed section Pull firmly to open the media drawer. Remove any jammed printing material from the paper path and, if necessary, pull back the media and rewind it. Reload the media roll if necessary and press the clean cut button to trim a strip of the media roll. The test print can provide information to solve quality problems. A negative value reduces the toner usage, a positive value increases the toner usage.

You need to activate the license to enable an application or option for use. This section describes the following. The following workflow describes per step when to use which possibility. The workflow View the current active licenses. You can make a list of new options you need and make a list of license numbers. You can preview the new active licenses during the license activation job. The structure of license files and licenses Situation What do you see Preview the resale licenses during You see the following.

You are authorised to use the function. You are not authorised to use the function, you need to get a license for the function. Save the currently active licenses Save the currently active licenses Introduction You can save all current active licenses of different licenses types into one single file. Purpose Save the current active licenses for the following purposes. Collect and save all active licenses of different types into one single file Create a back-up file before you start a license activation job.

You need to activate the license to enable an application or optional function for use. Purpose Upload a new license file. Install a new license Result If you have updated an expired license, the new license file overwrites the previous li- cense file.

Chapter 8 - License management Citrix Presentation Server 4. Citrix Presentation Server 3. Wrap not used paper in the plastic to prevent it absorbing moisture. Media sizes Maximum Minimum O Yes O No Were you able to operate the product, after reading this manual?

O Yes O No Does this manual provide sufficient background information? O Yes O No Is the format of this manual convenient in size, readability and arrangement page layout, Please return this sheet to: The web site http: Index original feeding table Index Feed the original media type or media size Media series Lower right soft key description Index Printer top cover in the fuser section Index Residual toner container description Index Switch on job states Illustrations and specifications do not necessarily apply to products and services offered in each local market.

Technical For more information visit us at: All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Also See for PlotWave User manual - pages. Page of Go. Add to my manuals Add. Modular wide-format color system print, copy, and scan-to-file pages. Variolink c variolink c variolink c pages. Page 4 Get to know the printing system Page 6 Contents Manage jobs on your printing system Page 7 Contents Extended scan jobs Page 8 Check your licenses Introduction Chapter 1 Introduction Page 11 Notes for the reader Word Icon Indicates Caution Moving parts Caution Laser beam The use of heat-resistant gloves is mandatory when you carry out the actions concerned.

Page 14 Available documentation Note: Page 16 Clear a media jam in the roll feed sec- tion. Page 20 User interaction Chapter 1 - Introduction Page 29 The components of the scanner optional The components of the scanner optional Attention: The Printing System Consumables A roll has a 3" core. Page 36 The printing system consumables Chapter 2 - Get to know the printing system Chapter 3 Quick Start Chapter 3 Quick start Cable Connect the mains supply cable Connect the mains supply cable Attention: Switch On The Printing System Switch on the printing system Switch on the printing system Switch on the power switch at the rear side of the printing system.

Page 40 Switch on the printing system Note: Page 42 Unpack the media roll Remove the plug from the media roll. Page 43 Load a media roll position 1 Load a media roll position 1 Note: Page 44 Load a media roll position 1 How to load a media roll on position 1 Pull firmly to open the media drawer. Page 45 Load a media roll position 1 Align the roll with the centre of the correct size indicator on the roll holder and release the handle of the locking mechanism.

Page 46 Load a media roll position 1 Remove the tapes from the new media roll and use both hands as indicated to place the media roll in the media drawer. Page 47 Load a media roll position 1 Use both hands to slide the media under the metal paper guide 2 until the media is transported automatically.

Page 48 Load a media roll position 1 Note: Page 49 Load a media roll position 2 Load a media roll position 2 Note: Page 50 Load a media roll position 2 How to load a media roll on position 2 Pull firmly to open the media drawer.

Page 51 Load a media roll position 2 Align the roll with the centre of the correct size indicator on the roll holder and release the handle of the locking mechanism. Page 52 Load a media roll position 2 Remove the tapes from the new media roll and use both hands as indicated to place the media roll in the media drawer. Page 53 Load a media roll position 2 Use both hands to slide the media under the metal paper guide 2 until the media is transported automatically.

Page 54 Load a media roll position 2 Note: Drawing Make a 1: Page 67 Make a 1: Page 68 Make a 1: Page 69 Make a 1: Page 79 Switch off the printing system Switch off the power switch at the rear side of the printing system. Page 80 Switch off the printing system Chapter 3 - Quick start Page 95 Log in as an authorised user Log in as an authorised user Purpose In order to have write access for certain groups of settings, you must log in as an authorised user.

Page 96 Log out after your session Log out after your session Purpose When you have finished the modification of a setting, it is advised to log out again. Page How to edit a setting you can edit all these settings. View And Check The Settings View and check the settings View and check the settings Purpose View and check the settings and the values that are stored when you save the settings file. The System Monitor The system monitor The system monitor Introduction You can open the system monitor to get an overview of the current status of the printing system.

Timer Configure the sleep mode timer Configure the sleep mode timer Introduction If the printer is idle for a defined period it goes into sleep mode. Destination Configure a remote scan destination Configure a remote scan destination Note: Page Configure a remote scan destination Note: Configure The Pen Settings Configure the pen settings Configure the pen settings Introduction Normally the pen settings are defined in the application that is used to create a drawing.

Define The Print Job Preferences Define the print job preferences Define the print job preferences Introduction Here you can define the default values for print jobs. Templates Define the copy job preferences and copy templates Define the copy job preferences and copy templates Introduction Here you can define the general copy job settings and four copy templates.

Page Define the scan job preferences and scan templates Define the scan job preferences and scan templates Introduction Here you can define the general scan job settings and four scan templates. Environment Use Smart Inboxes in a multiple-user environment Use Smart Inboxes in a multiple-user environment Introduction A multiple-user environment is a working environment where users directly send jobs to the printer, collect their own prints and make their own copies and scans.

Page Use Smart Inboxes in a repro environment Use Smart Inboxes in a repro environment Introduction A repro environment is a working environment where a repro operator handles all the jobs. Page Use Smart Inboxes in a multiple-user and repro environment Use Smart Inboxes in a multiple-user and repro environment Introduction A multiple-user and repro environment is a working environment where both users di- rectly send jobs to the printer, collect their own prints, make their own copies and scans and the system is also used by a repro operator.

Page Pause, resume or delete an active job Pause, resume or delete an active job Introduction This section describes how to pause, resume or delete an active job. The Job States The job states The job states Introduction When a job is placed in a Smart Inbox or in the Queue, the icon in front of the job name gives information about the status of the job. Page Feed the original Note: Page Use the carrier sheet Note: Page Do a basic copy job Do a basic copy job Feed the original face up and centred on the original feeding table.

Page Do a basic copy job Note: Extended Copy Jobs Introduction to copy jobs Extended copy jobs Introduction to copy jobs A basic copy job only takes two steps. Do An Extended Copy Job Do an extended copy job Do an extended copy job Feed the original face up and centred on the original feeding table. Page Do an extended copy job Select your copy template. Page Available settings for copy jobs Settings group: Page Repeat this step until all originals are fed. Page Make a copy on a cut sheet Make a copy on a cut sheet Introduction You can copy on cut sheet media if the required media type or size is not available on the media rolls of the printer.

Page Use the media size indication on the media bypass to align the cut sheet media correctly. Strip Make a copy and add a strip Make a copy and add a strip Introduction You can use a strip to file a drawing. Page Make a copy and add a strip Define the number of copies and press the green button. Page Make a copy and remove a strip Make a copy and remove a strip Introduction You can use a strip to file a drawing. Page Define the number of copies and press the green button.

Page Feed the original Feed the original Attention: Page Use the carrier sheet Use the carrier sheet Introduction The carrier sheet is available as an option.

Page Do a basic scan job Do a basic scan job Feed the original face up and centred on the original feeding table. Page Do a basic scan job Result You do a basic scan job in 3 steps. Extended Scan Jobs Introduction to scan jobs Extended scan jobs Introduction to scan jobs A basic scan job only takes three steps. Do An Extended Scan Job Do an extended scan job Do an extended scan job Feed the original face up and centred on the original feeding table.

Page Do an extended scan job Select your scan template. Page Available settings for scan jobs Settings group: Page Make a scan and remove a strip Chapter 5 - Use the printing system Page Chapter 6 Maintain the printing sys Page Switch off the printing system Switch off the power switch at the rear side of the printing system.

Page Disconnect the mains supply cable Disconnect the mains supply cable Attention: Page Move and re-adjust the printing system Move and re-adjust the printing system Introduction When you move the printing system to a new location you must check if it needs re-ad- justment to ensure the best output quality. Page Move and re-adjust the printing system Attention: Page Move and re-adjust the printing system Slide the lower left front cover 1 to remove it.

Page Move and re-adjust the printing system Slide up the lower right front cover 11 to remove it and get access to the tools you need for the adjustment procedure.

Page Move and re-adjust the printing system Use the Allen key to adjust the level until the level indicator arrow is exactly on the middle of the marker. Page Move and re-adjust the printing system Replace the lower left front cover. Page Move and re-adjust the printing system Close the media drawer. Page Switch on the printing system Switch on the printing system Switch on the power switch at the rear side of the printing system.

Page Switch on the printing system Note: Page Remove a media roll How to remove a media roll Pull firmly to open the media drawer. Page Remove a media roll Use both hands as indicated to lift the roll holder with the media roll and put it on the roll loading station. Contents Configure a remote scan destination Contents Make a copy with a stamp Contents Clear an original jam on the scanner Definition Attention-Getters Parts of this manual require your special attention.

These parts can provide the following: Additional general information, for example, information that is useful when you perform a task. You can download the safety information via http: Embedded in the application Available in multiple languages. How to use this manual How to use this manual Introduction You can access a topic quickly with the following methods. Refer to the alphabetical index at the end of the manual.

Refer to the table of contents at the beginning of this manual. Before you turn to the complete table of contents, you can also use the following table to find a topic quickly. How to use this manual Chapters Section Topics Use the printing system Connect the mains supply cable. Switch on the printing system. Basic and extended copy jobs. Basic and extended scan jobs. Maintain the printing sys- Replace the media.

The minimum config- uration is a one roll printer only version. The jobs tab gives you a full overview and full control on print and scan job management, but also allows you to manage your templates, stamps, system preferences and network connectivity settings.

More information about in- stalling, configuring and using drivers can be found in the documentation provided with the drivers. You can find more information about the hardware components in chapter 2. Chapter 2 - Get to know the printing system You can find the serial number of the printer on the sticker above the power switch. The button lights up to attract attention when it becomes relevant and it can be pressed. Immediately interrupt a scan job.

Stop a print job after the page that is being printed. The button lights up to attract attention when it becomes relevant. Open a template or a setting. Close and confirm the selected value of a setting.

The top delivery tray can collect a maximum of 50 plain paper prints with a maximum length of 48" [mm]. The components of the scanner optional The components of the scanner optional Attention: When you want to scan multiple originals, the tray can hold your originals.

The tray also prevents that your originals fall onto the floor or damage when the scanner releases your originals. In this position you can to access the media drawer. You can lower the front original tray easily by pushing the front original tray down.

The printing system consumables The printing system consumables Consumable Consumable part Description media roll The roll consists of a core and the media.

A roll has a 3" core. Connect the mains supply cable and the network cable Connect the mains supply cable and the network cable Attention: Plug in the mains supply cable at the power connection at the back of the printer A on the left.

Switch on the printing system Switch on the printing system Attention: Make sure the mains supply cable A is plugged in. Switch on the power switch at the rear side of the printing system B. Chapter 3 - Quick start Switch on the printing system Note: Unpack the media roll Unpack the media roll Attention: Handle the media roll with care.

A dented media roll can damage the printer. Unpack the media roll Remove the plug from the media roll. Carefully remove the media roll from the box.

Remove the other plug and plastic around the media roll. Load a media roll position 1 Load a media roll position 1 Note: When your printing system is equipped with an additional second media roll, it is advised to load an A0 or E-size media roll on position 1 and an A2 or C-size media roll on posi- tion 2. Load a media roll position 1 Pull the handle of the roll holder locking mechanism towards you 1 and slide 2 the roll holder into the right side of the core of the new media roll.

Align the roll with the center of the correct size indicator on the roll holder and release the handle of the locking mechanism. Load a media roll position 1 Note: If you use a B1 media size mm you must align the media roll with the A1 indent. Remove the tapes from the new media roll and use both hands as indicated to place the media roll in the media drawer.

Load a media roll position 1 Use both hands to turn the media roll backwards 1 until the media flap has passed the metal paper guide. Use both hands to slide the media under the metal paper guide 2 until the media is transported automatically. Load a media roll position 1 If necessary, press the clean cut button to trim a strip of the new media roll. Press once for a strip of approximately 20 cm or hold the button and release it when the strip has the desired length.

Load a media roll position 2 Load a media roll position 2 Note: Load a media roll position 2 Illustration How to load a media roll on position 2 Pull firmly to open the media drawer. Place the new media roll on the roll loading station. Load a media roll position 2 Pull the handle of the roll holder locking mechanism towards you 1 and slide 2 the roll holder into the right side of the core of the new media roll.

Load a media roll position 2 Note: Load a media roll position 2 Use both hands to turn the media roll backwards 1 until the media flap has passed the metal paper guide. Load a media roll position 2 If necessary, press the clean cut button to trim a strip of the new media roll. You can use an Internet browser Microsoft Internet Explorer 6. The system automatically selects the Print tab. An overview of all the Smart Inboxes that currently contain on or more jobs.

The job is copied into the Job Queue. You do not need to center the original precisely. The exact position of the original is au- tomatically detected by the scanner.

With a copy template you can pre-define the settings you need for a copy job. You only need to set the job settings once and you can store the settings in a job template that is presented on the user panel. With a scan template you can pre-define the settings you need for a scan job. The lighted button starts to blink. Switch off the printing system Switch off the power switch at the rear side of the printing system A.

Editable for any user. For some specific actions you must log on as a Key operator. Before you can edit a setting or a settings group, you must log on as a Key operator or a Power user. Before you can edit a setting or a settings group, you must log on as a System adminis- trator or a Power user.

Before you can access licenses you must log on as a System administrator or a Power user. This tab can be accessed by any user. This language setting does not influence the language on the user panel. Select the Extra menu - Options. The Options window appears. Click the Advanced button and make sure you have selected the General tab. In the Languages section click the Choose You can find detailed information about the settings in the tooltip.

How to edit a setting you can edit all these settings. This overview window does not show detailed information per setting. Modify the setting or settings. View and check the settings View and check the settings Purpose View and check the settings and the values that are stored when you save the settings file.

To check which settings are no longer set to the factory default value. When to do Duplicate the settings very easily to another printer of the same type.

Not all settings are stored in the settings file. When to do Duplicate the settings to another printer of the same type. When you are logged in as a Key operator you can only load the Key operator settings. When you are logged in as a Key operator you can only restore the Key operator settings.

When you are logged in as a System administrator you can only restore the System ad- ministrator settings. The system monitor The system monitor Introduction You can open the system monitor to get an overview of the current status of the printing system.

When the printing system is on, you can also use this button to restart the system. User roles and authorizations Note: You do not need a password for the normal use of the system.

Log in as an authorized user Log in as an authorized user Purpose In order to have write access for certain groups of settings, you must log in as an authorized user. There are 3 user roles, System administrator, Key operator and Power user who have authorization to edit specific groups of settings. Log out after your session Log out after your session Purpose When you have finished the modification of a setting, it is advised to log out again.

How to log out after you have finished your session Click the log out hyperlink in the top right-hand corner of the screen. Close the screen of your internet browser. Handle and store all passwords securely and with care.

For more information on IPSec, consult the Security manual. For more information on IPv6, consult the Connectivity manual. Make sure your configuration of all IPv6 related settings is correct. Enable or disable the e-shredding function E-shredding Enable or disable the e-shredding function Introduction The e-shredding function allows you to securely erase jobs from the system. This prevents unauthorized people from recovering the deleted jobs.

When the e-shredding function is enabled, you can select an e-shredding algorithm. Select the e-shredding algorithm Select the e-shredding algorithm Introduction The e-shredding function allows you to securely erase jobs from the system.

This prevents unauthorized people from accessing the deleted jobs. You can select one of the following algorithms. All jobs on the system are erased in 35 overwrite passes. Specify the number of overwrite passes Specify the number of overwrite passes Introduction The e-shredding function allows you to erase jobs from the system.

This prevents unau- thorized people from accessing the jobs. You can manually enter the required number of overwrite passes. Change the regional settings Configure your printing system Change the regional settings Note: Before you can edit a setting or a settings group, you must log on as a Key operator.

The regional settings are configured during the installation of your system. Configure the sleep mode timer Configure the sleep mode timer Introduction If the printer is idle for a defined period it goes into sleep mode.

In sleep mode the printer uses minimal energy, because the power supply of the printer is turned off. The power supply of the embedded controller remains on. A scan destination is a place where you send your scanned file to for storage. This is the fixed scan destination for scan destination 1.

Configure a local scan destination Configure a local scan destination Note: Before you can edit a setting or a settings group, you must log on as System administrator or Power user. Enter a name for the destination.

Configure a remote scan destination Configure a remote scan destination Note: Create a web destination with FTP Create a home directory and a subdirectory on a workstation. Configure a remote scan destination Note: Create a network destination with SMB Create a shared folder on a workstation. Configure the pen settings Configure the pen settings Introduction Normally the pen settings are defined in the application that is used to create a drawing. Here you can change the initial configuration.

Define the print job preferences Define the print job preferences Introduction Here you can define the default values for print jobs. Define the copy job preferences and copy templates Define the copy job preferences and copy templates Introduction Here you can define the general copy job settings and four copy templates.

What you need to know about copy templates Copy templates enable you to easily perform copy jobs that you do very often. The system settings are grouped in functional settings groups.

You can find detailed in- formation about the settings in the tooltip. You can define a default output quality for each copy job template. Lines and text are optimized, while the folds are suppressed.

Define the scan job preferences and scan templates Define the scan job preferences and scan templates Introduction Here you can define the general scan job settings and four scan templates. What you need to know about scan templates Scan templates enable you to easily perform scan jobs that you do very often. You can define a default output quality for each scan job template.

The icon in front of the job name provides status information about the job. Detailed information about the status is displayed in the tooltip.

Use Smart Inboxes in a multiple-user environment Use Smart Inboxes in a multiple-user environment Introduction A multiple-user environment is a working environment where users directly send jobs to the printer, collect their own prints and make their own copies and scans. In this environ- ment it is important for a user to have easy access to his personal jobs. Use Smart Inboxes in a repro environment Use Smart Inboxes in a repro environment Introduction A repro environment is a working environment where a repro operator handles all the jobs.

Use Smart Inboxes in a multiple-user and repro environment Use Smart Inboxes in a multiple-user and repro environment Introduction A multiple-user and repro environment is a working environment where both users di- rectly send jobs to the printer, collect their own prints, make their own copies and scans and the system is also used by a repro operator. Click on the blank field to open a drop-down list with all Smart Inboxes available on your system that contain one or more jobs.

Pause, resume or stop an active job Pause, resume or stop an active job Introduction This section describes how to pause, resume or stop an active job. Pause, resume or stop an active job How to stop an active print job printer active - scanner inactive Step Action Result Press the stop button.

The machine stops printing after A dialog box appears. The job states The job states Introduction When a job is placed in a Smart Inbox or in the Queue, the icon in front of the job name gives information about the status of the job. Chapter 5 - Use the printing system Clear the system Clear the system When to do If you want to remove all the jobs from the system. Изображением вверх с выравниванием по центру Автоматическое определение размеров оригинала Автоматическая загрузка оригинала вкл.

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