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MULTI FUNCTION FAX

MULTI FUNCTION FAX MF-JET500 SERIES MFP500 Multi function Plain Paper Fax - with Inkjet technology A

MF-JET500 SERIES

MFP500

MULTI FUNCTION FAX MF-JET500 SERIES MFP500 Multi function Plain Paper Fax - with Inkjet technology A
MULTI FUNCTION FAX MF-JET500 SERIES MFP500 Multi function Plain Paper Fax - with Inkjet technology A
MULTI FUNCTION FAX MF-JET500 SERIES MFP500 Multi function Plain Paper Fax - with Inkjet technology A

Multi function Plain Paper Fax - with Inkjet technology

A multi function colour inkjet fax machine, colour copier, colour printer, colour scanner and SMS function (network dependant), with high speed fax modem, PC connection with Flat bed scanner and automatic document feeder and document memory.

Safety regulations require that the set be restored to its original condition and that parts which are identical with those specified be used.

© Copyright 2003 Sagem Communication Austria

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retriaval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior permission of Sagem.

Published by Service Department Facsimile

Printed in Austria

Subject to modification

(GB) 3103 785 3005.2

12.03

of Sagem. Published by Service Department Facsimile Printed in Austria Subject to modification (GB) 3103 785
of Sagem. Published by Service Department Facsimile Printed in Austria Subject to modification (GB) 3103 785

Index

I Introduction

5

1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

6

1.1 IMPORTANT

6

1.2 ESD

6

 

1.2.1 GENERAL

6

1.2.2 PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT ESD DAMAGE

6

2

FEATURES

7

2.1

FUNCTIONS

7

2.1.1

BASIC FUNCTIONS

7

2.2

PRINTING AND SCANNING

8

2.2.1 INSERT A NEW CARTRIDGES

8

2.2.2 PC CONNECTION

9

2.2.3 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

10

2.2.4 SENDING A FAX

11

2.2.4.1 FLATBED SCANNER

11

2.2.4.2 AUTOMATIC FEEDER

11

2.2.5

MAKE A COPY

12

2.2.5.1 FLATBED SCANNER

12

2.2.5.2 AUTOMATIC FEEDER

12

2.2.6 SCANNING TO THE PC

13

2.2.7 SMS

14

SENDING AN SMS (SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE)

14

RECEIVING AN SMS

14

READING AN SMS

14

PRINTING AN SMS

14

DELETING AN SMS

14

2.2.8 DIRECTORY A – Z

15

 

2.2.9 REDIAL

15

2.2.10 BROAD CAST

15

2.3

LISTS AND REPORTS

15

FUNCTIONS LIST

15

LOGS

15

DIRECTORY

15

SET-UP

15

3

OPERATION ELEMENTS

16

3.1 DISPLAY SYMBOLES

16

3.2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS

17

II Functions

18

4

TYPE OF LISTS

19

4.1 FUNCTIONS LIST

19

4.2 PARAMETER LIST

21

4.3 LIST OF LOGS

22

4.4 DIRECTORY LIST

22

5 SERVICE FUNCTIONS

23

SOFT-SWITCH 1 - 4

23

SOFT-SWITCH 5 - 9

24

SOFT-SWITCH 10 - 18

25

SOFT-SWITCH 19 -23

26

 

SOFT-SWITCH 24 - 30

27

6 MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS

28

6.1 INITIALISATION FUNCTIONS

28

6.2 OTHER FUNCTIONS

28

6.3 TEST FUNCTIONS

29

6.3.1 PURPOSES

29

6.3.2 ENTER TEST MODE

29

6.3.3 USE OF TEST MODE

29

6.3.4

EXIT TEST MODE

29

6.3.5 LIST OF TEST FUNCTIONS

30

6.3.6 PRINTOUT OF TEST RESULTS

31

6.3.7 LIST OF TEST RESULTS

31

7

ERROR CODES

33

7.1 FAX ERROR CODES

33

7.2 SMS ERROR CODES

34

8

FIRMWARE UPGRADING WITH PC KIT V1.0 (WINDOWS 98)

35

8.1 INTRODUCTION

35

8.2 SOFTWARE UPGRADE PROCEDURE

35

9

FIRMWARE UPGRADING WITH PC KIT V1.1 (WINDOWS 2000 / XP)

37

9.1

TO LAUNCH THE UTILITY

37

9.2

TO SELECT A BINARY FILE TO BE UPLOADED

37

9.3

TO START UPLOAD

37

10

FIRMWARE UPGRADING OF A NEW MAB-BOARD

38

10.1 PURPOSE

38

10.2 FW-LOADING PROCEDURE STEP BY STEP

38

III SERVICE

39

11

DISASSEMBLY

40

11.1 THE BACK PANEL

40

11.2 THE COMPLETE SCANNER MODULE

42

11.3 THE COMPLETE PANEL

42

 

11.4 THE LEVER

45

11.5 REMOVE PGU AND MAB

46

11.6 REMOVE PRINTER

47

11.7 REMOVE ADF

48

12

PCB - ARCHITECTURE AND DESCRIPTIONS

50

12.1 INTRODUCTION

50

12.2 GLOBAL BLOCK DIAGRAM

50

12.3 GLOBAL DESCRIPTION

51

12.3.1

GENERAL FEATURES

51

12.4

FCU (FAX CONTROL UNIT)

51

12.4.1

FCU FEATURES

51

12.5

DIGICOLOR2

52

12.5.1 DIGICOLOR2 FEATURES

52

12.5.2 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (FCU-BOARD)

52

12.5.3 CONNECTOR LIST

53

12.5.4 CCD : P2550

53

12.5.5 PRINTER1 : P1700

53

12.5.6 PRINTER2 : P1800

54

12.5.7 OPU : P4100

54

12.5.8 LINE : P4420

54

12.5.9 EXTERNAL PHONE : P4410

55

12.5.10 USB-SLAVE : P9300

55

12.5.11 ADF + MOTOR ADF : P800

55

12.5.12 CCD MOTOR : P700

55

12.5.13 PRINTER POWER SUPPLY : P2750

55

12.5.14 POWER SUPPLY : P2700

55

12.6 POWER SUPPLY

56

 

12.7 CLOCKS

57

12.8 RESET

57

12.9 INTERRUPT MANAGEMENT

58

12.10 MODEM & LINE INTERFACE

58

12.10.1 FEATURES

58

12.10.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

58

13

PU (PRINTERBOARD UNIT)

59

13.1

PU FEATURES

59

13.2

OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (PU-BOARD)

59

13.2

1 CONNECTOR LIST

59

SENSOR

59

13.2

2 MOTOR & THUNDERBOLT CONTROL : P1800

60

13.2.3

CLEANING STATION SENSOR : P1801

60

13.2.4

HEAD MOTOR CONTROL : P1802

60

13.2.5 PAPER MOTOR CONTROL : P1803

60

13.2.6 CLEANING STATION MOTOR CONTROL : P1804

60

13.2.7 PRINTER SIGNALS : P1900

61

13.2.8 PRINTHEAD 1&2 : P1901 & P1902

61

13.2.9 POWER SUPPLY : P1903

61

14

PGU (POWER GENERATION UNIT)

62

14.1

OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (PGU-BOARD)

62

14.1.1 CONNECTOR LIST

62

14.1.2 LINK TO MAINBOARD: J2

62

15

OPU (OPERATION PANEL UNIT)

63

15.1 OPU FEATURE LIST

63

15.2 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (OPU-BOARD)

63

15.2.1 CONNECTOR LIST

63

 

SENSOR

63

15.2.2 LINK TO MAINBOARD : P601

63

15.2.3 LOUDSPEAKER : P602

64

15.2.4 SMARTCARD : P640

64

15.2.5 LCD : P660

64

16

SCANNER MODULE

65

16.1

FEATURES OF SCANNER DEVICE

65

SENSOR

65

17

PRINTER ENGINE

67

17.1 MAIN FEATURES

67

17.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

68

18

TECHNICAL DATA

69

GENERAL

69

SCANNER

69

PRINTER

69

FAX

69

SMS

69

PC CONNECTION

69

IV Spare parts

4-01

PANEL

4-02

HOUSING

4-03

SCANNER

4-04

PRINTER / PRINTERBOARDS

4-05

SPARE PART LIST

4-06

I Introduction

In this chapter you can find

Safety precautions

List of features

Feature description

Operating elements

5

1

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1.1 IMPORTANT

1. This Fax Model has been specified as a Class II Unit (ungrounded). Some digital circuitry is connected to the potential of the Telecom line. That means: If you want to measure in the unit with connected Telecom line you have to use ungrounded measuring instruments. Otherwise it is possible that you shorten the Telecom potential to ground.

2. Service technicians must be made AWARE OF ESD and be GROUNDED! To avoid ESD risk you can order some ESD equipment in the parts list.

3. After each disassembly of the apparatus a high voltage test has to be performed. ( 1,5kV AC )

1- between mains and Telecom line 2- Mains and ground plate 3- Telecom line and ground plate

Attention: Discard used of Spare Parts not according to manufacturer instructions.

WARNING!

Before opening the machine disconnect the Power Cable! Don’t open the power supply - HIGH VOLTAGE! -

1.2 ESD

1.2.1 General

ESD is a spark jumping from one conductive surface, charged with static electricity to another conductive surface. This incredibly fast movement of static discharge (the charge can jump to that conductor in a nanosecond) can have disastrous consequences, especially for electronic circuitry. We only feel ESD at a discharge of about 3.000 Volts. However many semiconductors can be damaged by a discharge of just 60 Volts or less. On non-conducting materials, such as plastics and textiles, charges remain stationary and can not discharge and are therefore called static charges. Static charges are brought in by people and are generated during their normal movements.

1.2.2 Precautions to Prevent ESD Damage

Static electricity can not be eliminated but it can be kept under control. Charging can be prevented by an appropriate grounding system for people and objects that may come into contact with the components or product.

TO PREVENT ESD KEEP THE FOLLOWING RULES:

1. All products being brought in for repair must be

- Processed in an ESD protected working area with a Grounded dissipative mat.

- Kept in ESD protective packing material when not used.

2. Technicians should wear a wrist strap ground connected.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON USER FUNCTIONS, USER MANUALS CAN BE ORDERED IN

DIFFERENT LANGUAGGES.

SEE SPARE PARTS LIST.

2

FEATURES

2.1

FUNCTIONS

2.1.1 Basic Functions

If you want to keep a note of the factory settings on your machine for later, we recommend printing out your list of parameters before you change any of the settings (press M 54 and then the OK button).

TIME AND DATE

1. Select MENU 21 by pressing M 21

2. Press OK

3. Enter the correct date using the number keys (e.g. 151299 for the 15 th of December 1999). Your fax machine will then ask you for the correct time enter the correct time using the number keys (e.g. 1915 for 19:15).

4. Press OK.

ENTERING A NUMBER AND NAME

1. Press M, 22 and then confirm with the OK button

2. Enter your fax number (max. twenty digits) and press OK. (To enter a plus sign, hold down the CTRL key and press Q; to enter a blank space, press the _@key.)

3. Set your name by using the keyboard for text input (max. twenty characters). You can also enter a plus sign (CTRL and Q) or a slash (CTRL and M). Then press the OK button to confirm.

COUNTRY AND LANGUAGE

These settings will determine the language of the display and the local telephone network settings.

1. Press M 201 and OK. Use arrow keys to select your country. It is important that you use the country where you are using the machine, as the machine has to adapt to local conditions! Press OK twice.

2. To set another language, use arrow keys to select function 202 > LANGUAGE and press OK. Choose with the arrow keys and press OK

ADDITIONAL TELEPHONE

If you have connected another telephone to the same telephone line that the C5 is on, you can adjust the number of rings you will hear in case of an incoming call.

1. Press M 2912 and then the OK button.

2. Change the value using the number keys and press OK.

2.2 PRINTING AND SCANNING

2.2.1 INSERT A NEW CARTRIDGES

Before you can print documents, you must insert your ink cartridges in to your C5 machine. The display will indicate if one of the cartridges is empty or if there is no cartridge in your machine.

1. Open the machine by pulling the lever under the control panel.

the machine by pulling the lever under the control panel. 2. Press the lever in the

2. Press the lever in the middle of the cartridge holder to open the holder.

in the middle of the cartridge holder to open the holder. 3. Take the ink cartridges

3. Take the ink cartridges out of their packaging and remove the protective strip. Be careful not to touch the nozzle on the contacts!

strip. Be careful not to touch the nozzle on the contacts! 4. Insert the colour cartridge

4. Insert the colour cartridge with the contacts forward and the ‚nose‘ down into the left compartment of the cartridge holder.

down into the left compartment of the cartridge holder. 5. Insert the black cartridge into the

5. Insert the black cartridge into the right compartment. Close the cartridge holder. You will hear a click when it snaps shut.

6.

Close the machine.

6. Close the machine. 7. Insert the chip card with the contacts facing up into the

7. Insert the chip card with the contacts facing up into the slot under the control panel and confirm with OK.

into the slot under the control panel and confirm with OK. CARTRIDGE ALIGNMENT 1. After inserting

CARTRIDGE ALIGNMENT

1. After inserting the cartridges for the first time, the machine will print out a page to check their alignment. Value A

2. Enter the value A where the image is the clearest.

3. Confirm with OK and repeat these steps for values B, C and D.

2.2.2 PC CONNECTION

! Do NOT connect the fax machine to a PC before installing the software !

Minimum Configuration:

Your PC must have the following minimum configurations:

- Pentium processor, 200 MHz or higher

- Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP and 128 MB RAM

- 80 MB free disk space for the installation

- USB port

2.2.3 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

1. Insert the CD-ROM into your PC. The installation procedure will start automatically. Follow the

instruction on the screen.

start automatically. Follow the instruction on the screen. 2. Connect the fax machine to your PC

2. Connect the fax machine to your PC with a USB cable when you are prompted to do so.

3. Click “Next” and follow the instructions. Choose to search for the driver on the CD-ROM:

instructions. Choose to search for the driver on the CD-ROM: 4. Click “Next” and follow the

4. Click “Next” and follow the instructions on the screen. You will be prompted to accept a license agreement. After the installation has finished, the PC hs to be rebooted.

You will be prompted to accept a license agreement. After the installation has finished, the PC

2.2.4 SENDING A FAX

There are only two ways to fax a document:

1. You can place it onto the scanner glass (flatbed scanner) directly or…

2. Load it into the automatic document feeder.

2.2.4.1 FLATBED SCANNER

1. Open the flatbed scanner cover. Make sure that the scanner glass is clean before placing the document onto the glass.

2. Place the document face down onto the glass.

3. Align it with the back left corner of the scanner (marked with arrows).

the back left corner of the scanner (marked with arrows). 4. Choose the fax number you
the back left corner of the scanner (marked with arrows). 4. Choose the fax number you
the back left corner of the scanner (marked with arrows). 4. Choose the fax number you

4. Choose the fax number you are sending a fax to and press the start button

5. If you want to send just one page, use the arrow keys to choose DONE and press OK. If you want to scan further pages, choose NEXT PAGE and insert another page. Then press OK.

2.2.4.2 AUTOMATIC FEEDER

NOTE: If you are working with originals of an odd size document or photos, please use the flatbed scanner!

1. Place the document face up into the document feeder (up to 10 pages may be inserted).

2. Dial the fax number you are sending the fax to.

3. Press the start button.

you are sending the fax to. 3. Press the start button. After transmission, the fax machine

After transmission, the fax machine will automatically print a transmission report. If you want to cancel this transmission, then press the red stop key twice.

2.2.5 MAKE A COPY

There are only two ways to copy a document:

1. You can place the document onto the scanner glass (flatbed scanner) directly, or…

2. Load the document into the automatic document feeder.

2.2.5.1 FLATBED SCANNER

1. Open the flatbed scanner cover. Please make sure that the scanner glass is clean before placing the original document onto the glass.

2. Place the document face down onto the glass

3. Align the document with the back left corners of the scanner (marked with arrows).

2.2.5.2 AUTOMATIC FEEDER

Place the document face up into the document feeder (up to 10 pages with 60 – 90g/m² paper).

For a standard copy, insert the document as shown above and choose one of the colour or black /white copy

above and choose one of the colour or black /white copy buttons and press it twice.

buttons and press it twice.

For a creative copy, insert the document as shown above and press one of the copy buttons once. You can now choose between the following settings.

2.2.6 SCANNING TO THE PC

When scanning a document to the PC, use the same procedures as shown above and open the scan window.

the same procedures as shown above and open the scan window. To edit the scanned document,

To edit the scanned document, open the graphic application and choose the scan function. Choose the correct TWAIN driver to start scanning.

function. Choose the correct TWAIN driver to start scanning. Click on the lower left icon to

Click on the lower left icon to create a preview, click on the lower right icon to start scanning.

Click on Profile to create a different profile for different document types you want to scan. A profile contains all important settings for a certain type of document. To create a profile, first make all settings and then choose NEW profile. Enter a profile name and click SAVE.

2.2.7 SMS

Sending an SMS (Short Message Service)

1. Press SMS twice.

2. Type the message that you wish to send. (Note: to type capital letters, hold down the capital letter key and press the desired key. To type special characters, hold down the CTRL key and press the desired key, e.g. to enter a question mark, hold down the CTRL key and press V). You can move the cursor with the arrow keys and delete the characters with the DELETE key.

3. Press SMS

4. Enter the telephone number. If you want to send a SMS to a telephone number abroad you should dial the number in its international form, e.g. for the UK dial 0044…

5. Press SMS to send the message. The fax machine will print then a transmission report.

Receiving an SMS

Received SMS messages will be printed automatically. If you change this setting, messages will then be stored in the memory and the SMS will flash.

Reading an SMS

1. Press SMS and then the OK button.

2. Use the arrow keys to choose a message and press OK.

3. You can scroll up and down within the message with the arrow keys.

Printing an SMS

1. Press SMS and

2. Use arrow keys to choose a message and press OK.

Deleting an SMS

1. Press M 43 and then the OK button.

2. You can now choose which message you wish to delete by using the arrow keys.

SELECTED – press OK and choose the message you wish to delete by using the arrow keys. Confirm with OK. ALREADY READ – press OK to delete the messages that you have already read. ALL – press OK. All messages will be deleted.

2.2.8

Directory A – Z

1. Press SMS twice.

2. Type your message and press SMS.

3. To select a number form the directory, press § A – Z and use the arrow keys to select an entry.

4. Press SMS to send your message.

2.2.9 Redial

The last ten numbers dialled on the fax machine, will be stored in the redial memory.

1. Press SMS twice and type your message.

2. Press SMS.

3. Press

4. Press SMS to send your message.

as often as necessary, until the desired number appears.

2.2.10 Broad cast

1. Press SMS twice and type your message.

2. Press SMS and enter the first telephone number.

3. Press the broadcast key and enter an another telephone number (max. 10)

4. Press SMS to send your message.

2.3 LISTS AND REPORTS

Functions List:

A list of functions and options for setting up your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 51 and then the OK button.

Logs:

A list of all TRANSMITTED and RECIEVED faxes. If an error occurs during the transmission you will be informed by the error report which is printed out. This list is accessed by pressing M 52 and then the OK button.

Directory:

This list provides a list of the number stored in your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 53 and then the OK button.

Set-up:

The Set-up list displays all of the current settings of your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 54 and then the OK button.

3 OPERATION ELEMENTS

3 OPERATION ELEMENTS 3.1 DISPLAY SYMBOLES 16

3.1 DISPLAY SYMBOLES

3 OPERATION ELEMENTS 3.1 DISPLAY SYMBOLES 16

3.2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS

3.2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS 17

II Functions

In this Chapter you can find

Print out of the Function List

Service Mode Description

Service Function Description

18

4 TYPE OF LISTS

4.1 FUNCTIONS LIST

A list of functions and options for setting up your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 51 and then the OK button.

DIRECTORY

11

ADD NAME

Enter phone number in directory

12

ADD LIST

Create a list of subscribers

13

MODIFY

Modify a record or a list

14

CANCEL

Delete a record or a list

15

PRINT

Print directory

16

SAVE/LOAD (option)

Save/load directory on microcard

161

SAVE

Save directory on microcard

162

LOAD

Load directory from microcard

 

SETUP

21

DATE/TIME

Date / Time Setting

22

NUMBER/NAME

Enter your name and your number

23

SEND

 

231

SEND REPORT

Sending report printing type

232

SORTED SEND

 

24

RECEPTION

 

241

MODE

Choice of reception mode

242

REC. PAPER

Acceptance of reception without paper

243

NBR OF COPIES

Nb of copies for received documents

244

SORTED PRINT

Sorted or no sorted printing

25

TEL. NETWORK

 

251

NETWORK TYPE

Network type

252

PREFIX

Dialing prefix activation

26

PRINTER

Printer settings

261

PAPER SIZE

 

262

PAPER TYPE

 

263

REDUCTION

 

264

L/R MARGINS

 

27

FLAT BED SCAN

CCD scanner settings

271

RESOLUTION

 

272

ZOOMING

 

273

ORIGIN

 

274

CONTRAST

 

275

SATURATION

 

276

RGB

 

277

LUMINOSITY

 

278

L/R MARGINS

 

28

ADF SCAN

CCD scanner settings

281

RESOLUTION

 

282

ZOOMING

 

283

ORIGIN

 

284

CONTRAST

 

285

SATURATION

 

286

RGB

 

287

LUMINOSITY

 

288

L/R MARGINS

 

29

TECHNICALS

Technical parameters

20

GEORGRAPHICAL

Geographic settings

201

COUNTRY (option)

Choice of country

202

LANGUAGE

 
 

FAX

31

TRANSMISSION

Single and broadcast transmission

32

PROLLING RX

Polling a document

33

PROLLING TX

Inserting a document to be polled

34

FAX ANSW.

Fax answering settings

341

PRINT

Print the received messages

342

ACTIVATION

Fax answering activation

343

ANSWER CODE

Confidential reception

35

MANUAL CALL

 

SMS SERVICE

41

SEND SMS

Send an SMS

42

READ SMS

Access received SMS messages (read/new)

43

DELETE SMS

Erase SMS messages

431

SELECTED

Delete an SMS by selection

432

ALREADY READ

Delete SMS messages read

433

ALL

Delete all SMS messages received

44

PRINT SMS

Print SMS messages

441

SELECTED

Print an SMS message by selection

442

NEW

Print new SMS messages

443

ALL

Print all SMS messages received

45

PARAMETERS

SMS settings

451

AUTO PRINT

Automatically print SMS received

452

BEEP SMS

Beep when SMS message received

453

SENDER NAME

Choose to show/hide sender name

454

TERM. ADDR.

Terminal address

46

SMS CENTERS

SMS server configuration

461

SMS CENTER 1

SMS center No. 1

4611

SEND No

Transmission number

4612

RECEIVE No

Reception number

462

SMS CENTER 2

SMS center No. 2

4621

RECEIVE No

Reception number

 

PRINT

51

FUNCTIONS LIST

Functions list printing

52

LOGS

Print TX and RX logs

53

DIRECTORY

Print the directory

54

SETUP

User parameters printing

55

COMMANDS

Printing of the commands list

 

COMMANDS

61

PERFORM

Perform a command

62

MODIFY

Update of a command

63

CANCEL

Delete a command

64

PRINT

Printing of a document in wait queue

65

PRINT LIST

Printing of the commands list

 

OTHERS

71

LOCK

Activate a lock to limit access

711

LOCKING CODE

Locking code

712

LOCK KEYBD

Keyboard locking selection

713

LOCK NUMBER

Dialling locking selection

72

PRINT CARTR.

 

721

CARTR. MAINT

 

7211

CLEAN NOW

 

7212

ALIGN. NOW

 

722

ALIGN VALUES

 

723

NEW BLACK

 

724

NEW COLOUR

 

73

CART CAPACITY

Consumables status

74

PAPER FEED

 

Key

/

:

Insert a pause in the dialling

Key

>>

:

Broadcast sending

Redial Key

:

Recall of the last ten numbers

Key

i

Directory Key

: Help page printing Access to abbrev. Numbers and dedicated keys

:

4.2 PARAMETER LIST

The current settings on your machine can be seen on your list of Parameters. Press M 54 and then the OK button to obtain this list.

LIST OF PARAMETERS

21

DATE /TIME

DD-MM-YY

HH:MM

 

SEND

231

SEND REPORT

WITH / WITHOUT / ALWAYS / ON ERROR

 

RECEPTION

241

MODE

MANUAL / FAX

242

REC. PAPER

WITHOUT PAPER / WITH PAPER

243

NBR OF COPIES

1-99

 

244

PRINTING TYPE

WITH / WITHOUT

 

TEL. NETWORK

251

NETWORK TYPE

PABX / PSTN

 
 

PRINTER

262

PAPER

PLAIN / COATED / PHOTO / TRANSPARENT

263

REDUCTION

1

– 400%

264

L/R MARGINS

(-)---0---(+)

 
 

FLAT BED SCAN

271

RESOLUTION

FAST / NORMAL / QUALITY

272

ZOOMING

1 – 400%

 

273

ORIGIN

X=000 – 209

Y=000 – 285

274

CONTRAST

(-)---0---(+)

 

275

SATURATION

(-)---0---(+)

 

276

RGB

000 – 255 . 000 – 255 . 000 - 255

277

LUMINOSITY

(-)---0---(+)

 

278

L/R MARGINS

(-)---0---(+)

 
 

ADF SCAN

281

RESOLUTION

FAST / NORMAL / QUALITY

282

ZOOMING

1

– 400%

283

ORIGIN

X=000 – 209

Y=000 – 285

284

CONTRAST

(-)---0---(+)

 

285

SATURATION

(-)---0---(+)

 

286

RGB

000 – 255 . 000 – 255 . 000 - 255

287

LUMINOSITY

(-)---0---(+)

 

288

L/R MARGINS

(-)---0---(+)

 
 

GEOGRAPHICAL

201

COUNTRY

FR, UK, DE, IT, ES, NL, CH, AT

202

LANGUAGE

FR, UK, DE, IT, ES, NL

 

CART CAPACITY

 

BLACK

0

– 100%

 

COLOUR

0

– 100%

4.3

LIST OF LOGS

A list of all TRANSMITTED and RECIEVED faxes. If an error occurs during the transmission you will be informed by the error report which is printed out. This list is accessed by pressing M 52 and then the OK button.

TRANSMISSION

Date/Time

Subscriber

Mode

Pages

Durat.

Status

Note

0-01 8:19

06763006777

 

1

0’27”

Code 50

Server Error

0x50

12-02

14:35

06641648901

 

1

0’17”

Code 50

Server Error

0x60

12-02

14:44

06763006777

 

1

0’26”

Code 50

Server Error

0x50

12-02

14:49

06763006777

 

1

0’27”

Code 50

Server Error

0x50

 

RECEPTION

 

Date/Time

Subscriber

Mode

Pages

Durat.

Status

Note

12-02

17:18

   

0

0’04”

Code 03

User break

12-02

17:20

+43 1 60101 4875

Normal

1

0’34”

Correct

 

12-02

17:40

   

0

0’06”

Code 03

User break

19-02

13:54

   

0

0’06”

Code 03

User break

4.4 DIRECTORY LIST

This list provides a list of the number stored in your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 53 and then the OK button.

Name

Number

Directory

Mom

06641234567

0

Dad

06647654321

1

John Peterson

00431661554567

2

Sandra Douglas

06763006777

3

5 SERVICE FUNCTIONS

Access to configuration bits (Soft-Switches) When the display shows the date and time, you can access the configuration bytes by means of the key sequence:

M * #

The description of these parameters can be found below. They are modified in the same manner as all others parameters.

Soft-Switch 1: Ringing and Automatic Printing

Bit

8

7

6 5

 

4

3

2

1

Default

0

0

 

1 0

0

0

0

1

Use

SOS-

SOS-IMPT30:

SOS-

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-

Reserved

Reserved

IMPTRA:

Automatic Printing of T30 trace after comm. error

IMPAUTO:

DURPAUSE:

 

Trace printing/

Automatic log

Long/short

PC download

printing

pause while

enable

dialling

Values

0: no

0: no

0: no

   

0 : short = 2s

   

1: yes

1: yes

1: yes

1: long

= 6s

Soft-Switch 2 : Scanner / Printer Configuration

Bit

8

7

6

5

4 3

 

2

1

Default

0

0

0

0

 

1 0

0

0

Use

SOS-

SOS-

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-BEEP:

Reserved

Reserved

TIMKONINKA:

COPLOC:

Keyboard beep on / off

 

Timed

Restriction

memorising of

on local

 

photocopier

copies

resolution/contrast

/style settings

Values

0: enabled

0: no

     

0: beep on 1: no beep

   

1: disabled

1: yes

Soft-Switch 3 : Line Configuration

 

Bit

8

 

7

6

5

 

4 3

 

2

1

Default

0

 

0

0

0

 

1 0

0

1

Use

SOS-ECHO:

 

SOS-

Reserved

SOS-

SOS-NIVEMI:

 

Echo cancelling

EPTV29:

SEUILREC:

Transmission

 

Use Echo

Reception

level

Protect Tone

threshold

 

with V29

Values

0: no

 

0: no

 

0: -43 dBm 1: -47 dBm

00

= 0dBm

1: yes

1: yes

01

= -1dBm

   

06

= -6dBm

0F = -15dBm

 

Soft-Switch 4 : Fax Protocol Configuration

 
 

Bit

8

   

7

6 5

   

4

3

2

1

Default

1

   

0

 

1 0

 

0

0

0

1

Use

SOS-ECM:

 

SOS-LGINF:

SOS-DISINF:

SOS-RTN:

SOS-TCF:

SOS-

SOS-

Restricted

Maximum length of scan, printing, communication

Unlimited DIS

Page accept

TCF accept

DISCOURT:

MODPRIV:

 

ECM

length

criterion

criterion

Restricted DIS

Communicat.

size

in private

mode

Values

0: no

 

0: 1 meter 1: 3 meters

0: no

0: 10% max 1: 15% max 2: 20% max 3: no check

 

0: normal

0: long DIS 1: short DIS

0: no

1: yes

1: yes

1: special

1: yes

Soft-Switch 5 : Loudspeaker Configuration

Bit

8

7

6 5

 

4

3

2

1

Default

0

1

 

1 0

0

0

0

1

Use

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-HP:

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Line

 

monitoring

during fax

comm.

Values

     

0: no

       

1: yes

Soft-Switch 6 : Line Tests

Bit

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Default

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Use

SOS-

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

TSTDCOM:

 

Driver test

functions

Values

0: no

             

1: yes

Soft-Switch 7 : Communication

Bit

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Default

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

Use

SOS-

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

DETCNG:

 

Number of

CNG detect.

Values

0: 1 CNG 1: 2 CNG

             

Soft-Switch 8 : Reserved

Bit

8

7

6

 

5 4

3

2 1

 

Default

1

0

1

 

1 0

1

 

1 0

Use

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Values

               

Soft-Switch 9 : Approval + Communication Applications

Bit

8

7

6

5

4 3

 

2

1

Default

0

0

0

1

1 0

 

0

0

Use

Reserved

SOS-LIGNE5S:

Reserved

SOS-

SOS-REPERR:

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Lines of 5sec. During reception

NOTREMIS:

Redialling from

 

Printing of first page on transmission report

page fault

Values

 

0: Length of lines not limited to 5 sec./lines 1: Maximum length of a line 5 sec.

 

0: no

0: no

     

1: yes

1: yes

Soft-Switch 10 : Communications (Locks / Miscellaneous)

Bit

8

7

6

5

4 3

 

2 1

 

Default

0

0

0

0

1 0

   

1 0

Use

Reserved

SOS-SONREA:

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-DECT:

Reserved

SOS-

SOS-AFFVIT:

Access to

LCD contrast

BTYPNUM:

Comm. Rate

 

redialling

Access to

display

parameters

impulse /

DTMF dialling

parameter

Values

       

0: High

 

0: yes

0: no (the page number is displayed) 1: yes (the comm. Rate is displayed)

0: no access 1: access

1: Low

1: no

Soft-Switch 11 : Reserved

Bit

8

7

6

 

5 4

3

2

1

Default

1

0

1

 

1 0

0

0

0

Use

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Values

               

Soft-Switch 12 : Printing

Bit

8

7

6

 

5 4

3

2

1

Default

0

0

0

 

1 0

0

0

1

Use

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

IMPQUALITY:

 

Printing quality for received documents, reports and logs

Values

       

0: 300 x 600 dpi 1: 600 x 600 dpi

     

Soft-Switch 13, 14, 15, 16 : Internet Functions ( Not Used )

Soft-Switch 17 : Communication

Bit

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Default

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Use

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-NO-TRT-

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

FCERROR: retry after modem high data dedect. problem

Values

     

0: yes

       

1: no

Soft-Switch 18 : Coding / Communication Rate

Bit

8

7

6

5

4

3 2

1

Default

0

0

0

0

1

1 1

1

Use

Reserved

SOS-

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-CODCOM:

SOS-CODMEM:

AFF_VIT_RELLE:

COM negotiated

Stored document

 

Show / hide real comm. rates

encoding type

encoding type

Values

 

0: reduced rates 1: real rates

   

01: MH encoding 10: MR encoding 11: MMR encod.

00: RL encoding 01: MH encoding 10: MR encoding 11: MMR encod.

Soft-Switch 19 : Miscellaneous Software Functions

Bit

8

7

6 5

 

4

3

2 1

 

Default

0

1

1 0

 

0

0

1 0

 

Use

SOS-TLC:

SOS-

SOS-

SOS-

SOS-

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

accept

ONETOUCH:

MENUCLAVIER:

REIMP:

REGULREC:

 

software

Enable < one touch > functions

Hide keyboard menus and force QWERTY keyboard

Reprinting

T30 reception

download via

of received

control inhibited

PSTN

documents

Values

0: no

0: no

0: no

0: no

0: no

     

1: yes

1: yes

1: yes

1:yes

1: yes

Soft-Switch 20 : Reserved

Bit

8

7

6 5

 

4 3

 

2

1

Default

0

1

 

1 0

 

1 0

0

0

Use

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Values

               

Soft-Switch 21 : T4-T6 Decoder / Debug

Bit

8

7

6

5 4

 

3

2

1

Default

0

0

0

1 0

 

0

0

1

Use

Reserved

SOS-DETECT

Reserved

SOS-GARBAGE-

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-

OCCUP:

FLASH: flash

TRAITLIGERR:

 

Inhibition of

memory garbage

T4 decoding line copying mode

engaged tone

collection method

detect

 

Values

 

0: no

 

0: garbage

     

0: for each line with an error 1: only once, then destroy

1: yes

collection when

application

terminates

1: garbage

 

collection as

background task

ATTENTION:

taken into account only after reboot of CPU

Soft-Switch 22 : Miscellaneous Software Functions

Bit

8

7

6

5

4

 

3 2

1

Default

0

0

0

0

0

 

1 0

0

Use

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

SOS-

SOS-DUREE-

 

SORTIMP:

2100

V34:

Printing at the end of fax reception

Transmission time of the

 

2100

modified

 

for V34

 

reception

Values

         

0: Print during comm. 1: Print after comm.

00: 5 sec. 01: 4,5 sec. 10: 4 sec. 11: 3,5 sec.

 

Soft-Switch 23 : Miscellaneous Software Functions

Bit

8

 

7 6