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Océ TDS600

Multifunctional Digital System

User Manual

Océ-Technologies B.V.

This manual contains a description of the Océ TDS600 and the copying, printing and scanning that can be done with it.

Tademarks

Products in this manual are referred to by their trade names. In most, if not all cases, these designations are claimed as trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Safety information

This manual contains the following safety information:

Appendix B lists ‘Instructions for safe use’. You are advised to read this information before you start to actually use the copier. Technical safety information such as safety data sheets can also be found in appendix B.

Where applicable, cautions and warnings are used throughout this manual to draw your attention to safety precautions to be taken.

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Copyright

Océ-Technologies B.V. Venlo, The Netherlands © 2001

All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced, copied, adapted, or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission from Océ.

Océ-Technologies B.V. makes no representation or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.

Further, Océ-Technologies B.V. reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation to notify any person of such revision or changes.

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Contents

Chapter 1

Introduction

About this manual 12

The Océ TDS600 14

Océ TDS600 key concepts 15

Océ TDS600 users 18

Océ TDS600 components 19

Océ TDS600 printer 19

Océ TDS600 scanner 20

Océ Power Logic controller 20

Chapter 2

Use the Océ TDS600 to print

 

Before you begin

24

 

 

 

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer on

24

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer off

25

Printer operator panel

26

 

 

Display

26

 

 

 

 

Counter

27

 

 

 

 

Buttons

28

 

 

 

 

Printer operator panel actions 29

 

Media type and size on the printer

29

Special media indication

31

 

Interrupt a print job

32

 

 

Select a language

32

 

 

Off-line folding settings

34

 

Positioning the reinforcement knives (optional) 34

Chapter 3

Use the Océ TDS600 to copy

Before you begin 38

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer and scanner on

38

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer and scanner off

40

Scanner operator panel 41

Buttons 42

Section, Function and Arrow buttons 42

Contents

3

Sections on the operator panel

43

 

Change the operator panel language

45

Settings on the Océ TDS600 Copier operator panel 45

Perform basic copy jobs

47

 

 

Make copies 47

 

 

 

Select the required media

48

 

 

Select the input mode 49

 

 

Specify the zoom factor

50

 

 

Select the exposure 51

 

 

 

Background compensation 52

 

 

Deliver originals after scanning

52

 

Define settings for the next original

53

Account logging 53

 

 

 

Using the manual feed for copying

54

Define delivery of copies

55

 

 

Stop a copy job 56

 

 

 

Chapter 4

Use the Océ TDS600 to scan

 

Before you begin

58

 

 

Switch the Océ TDS600 scanner on

58

Switch the Océ TDS600 scanner off

59

Scanner operator panel

60

 

Buttons 61

 

 

 

 

Section, Function and Arrow buttons

61

Sections on the operator panel 62

 

Change the operator panel language

64

Settings on the Océ TDS600 Copier operator panel 64

Océ Scan Logic

66

 

 

Scan clicks

66

 

 

 

Make a scan to file

68

 

 

Settings for scan to file

70

 

File mode

71

 

 

 

 

Destination

71

 

 

 

File type 71

 

 

 

 

Tiff subformat

72

 

 

PDF compression

73

 

 

Resolution

73

 

 

 

Zoom 73

 

 

 

 

 

Optimization

74

 

 

 

Mirror 74

 

 

 

 

 

Océ Scan Manager 75

Tree view 76

Table view 76

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Actions from the Océ Scan Manager 78

Destinations 78

Scanned files 81

Manage the temporary store 83

How to retrieve scanned files? 84

Océ View Station LT 86

Menu options 87

Function buttons 88

View error 89

Chapter 5

Special copy and scan jobs

Non-standard size originals 92

The scan width 92 The copy size 93

Scanning originals with filing strip 94

Improving the image quality 98

Brightness 98

Automatic background compensation 98

Editing functions 101

Auto align 101 Shift the image 103

Mirror-image copies 104

Chapter 6

Océ Print Exec LT Web

Introduction to Océ Print Exec LT Web 106

Basic concepts 106

 

Requirements for the user browser software

106

Requirements for the network infrastructure

106

How to connect to the Océ Print Exec LT Web 106

Chapter 7

Océ Power Logic: Remote Logic

Introduction 110

Installation procedure for MS Windows systems 111 Installation procedure for Unix systems 113

IBM AIX 114

HP-UX 114

Linux 114

Contents

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Installation procedure for Other systems 115

Use Océ Remote Logic 116

User modes 117

Log in 118

Log out 118

To change the password 118

Automatic login 119

Language 119

Help 119

Command line parameters 120

How to use the remote system 122

Chapter 8

Océ Power Logic: Queue Manager

Introduction 124

Structure 124

Modes 127

Icons 128

Managing print jobs 130

Print queue 130

Inbox queue 131

History queue 132

Chapter 9

Océ Power Logic: System Control Panel

Introduction 134

Structure 134 Icons 136

User operations 138

Chapter 10

Océ Power Logic: Settings Editor (for the key operator)

Introduction 140

Starting up and shutting down the controller 141 Settings Editor 142

General structure 143 Menu bar 144

Top toolbar 144 Left toolbar 146 Settings area 146

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Status bar 147

How to access the Settings Editor 148

Start Océ Settings Editor 148

How to perform actions from the Settings Editor 149

Key operator settings 151

Job-related settings for copying 152

Job-related settings for copying 153

Original card 155

Print card 159

File card 164

Zoom calibration 166

Scan to file 167

Job-related settings for printing 168

Sheet 170

Finishing 174

Image 176

Layout 179

Off line folding 180

Printer related settings 182

Scanner related settings 184

Single options 185

Sheet 186

Zoom steps 187

Timers 187

System related settings 189

Telephone number 190

Enabling passwords 190

Localization 192

Job priorities 194

Media 195

Timers 197

Disk clean up 198

Job management 199

Logging 201

Chapter 11

Océ Power Logic: Settings Editor (for the system administrator)

Introduction 204

System Administrator settings 205 Printer related settings 207

Printer Descriptive Language settings 209

Pen settings 217

System related settings 219

Contents

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Controller identification settings 220

Set memory reservation settings 221

Connectivity settings 221

Chapter 12

Océ Power Logic: Account logging

The account logging mechanism 226

1

Enable the Account logging option 226

2

The account log file 226

 

3

Make copy/print/scan jobs 227

 

4

How to retrieve the account files

228

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Use the generated accounting file

230

Account information in the log file 231

 

Account information for the media format

231

 

Account information for the media weights

232

 

Structure of the account file

233

 

 

Description of all the parameters in the account log file 233

 

 

 

 

Chapter 13

 

 

 

Media and supplies

 

 

 

Media 240

 

 

 

Load rolls of copy material

241

 

 

Cut sheet material 246

 

 

 

Add the toner 248

 

 

Chapter 14

Maintenance

Maintenance of the glass platen and the reference roller 252

Maintenance of the reinforcement unit

254

A new tape roll

254

 

The waste box

262

 

Maintenance of the reinforcement knives

263

Chapter 15

Problem solving

Introduction 266

How to clear original jams 267

How to clear paper jams 269

Paper jam in the cut sheet section 270

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Paper jam in the roll feed section 271

 

Paper jam in the manual feed

271

 

Paper jam in the fuser section

272

 

Paper jam at the integrated receiving tray

273

Paper jam in the folder 274

 

 

Problems with the Reinforcement Unit

282

Clear paper jams in the Reinforcement Unit 282

Clear tape jams in the reinforcement unit

284

No reinforcement strips on the output without an error message 286

Other problems (call service) 288

Chapter 16

The folder

Introduction 290

Océ TDS600 folder 290

Off line folding 295

Reinforcement unit 296

Belt unit 297

Appendix A

Overview and tables

 

 

Overview of the Océ TDS600 system

300

Printer operating panel

301

 

Scanner operating panel

302

 

Product specifications Océ TDS600

303

List of available material types and sizes 309

Reinforcement strips 310

Appendix B

Safety information

 

 

Recommended weight limits 312

 

Instructions for safe use 314

 

Safety data sheets

316

 

Safety data sheet Océ TDS600 printer

317

Safety data sheet Océ TDS600 scanner

318

Safety data sheet Océ TDS600 folder

319

Safety data sheet B5 toner 320

 

Safety data sheet D5 developer 322

 

Safety data sheet OPC drum 324

 

EPA Energy Star®

326

 

Contents

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Appendix C

Miscellaneous

Notation conventions 330 Reader’s comment sheet 331

Addresses of local Océ organisations 333 Index 335

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Océ TDS600

Multifunctional Digital System

User Manual

Chapter 1

Introduction

This chapter contains a general introduction to the

Océ TDS600, including a general description of the main features, delivery options and software applications provided with the system.

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file.
Chapter 5: Special copy and scan jobs .provides a detailed description of special copy functions to be performed on the Océ TDS600.
Chapter 6: Océ Print Exec LT Web a jobsubmission application which allows you to send print jobs to a printer from your web browser.
Chapter 7: Océ Power Logic: Remote Logic describes the installation and the functionality of the Océ TDS600 applications.
Chapter 8: Océ Power Logic: Queue manager describes how to view the Océ TDS600 print queue and how to abort the active print, how to delete and pause print jobs in the queue and how to restart jobs that are put on hold.
Chapter 9: Océ Power Logic: System Control Panel describes how to view the system status of the Océ TDS600.
Chapter 10: Océ Power Logic: Settings Editor (for the Key operator) describes how to make key operator settings with the Océ Settings Editor.
Chapter 11: Océ Power Logic: Settings Editor for the (System administrator) describes how to make system administrator settings with the Océ Settings Editor.
Chapter 4: Use the Océ TDS600 to scan
describes how to scan orginals to a
About this manual
This manual contains the following chapters
Chapter 1: Introduction contains a general introduction to the Océ TDS600 system, including a general description of the main features, delivery options and software applications provided with the system.
Chapter 2: Use the Océ TDS600 to print contains a brief description of the actions that can be performed on the printer operating panel of the Océ TDS600.
Chapter 3 Use the Océ TDS600 to copy contains a brief description of the actions that can be performed on the scanner operating panel of the Océ TDS600 plus the basic copy functions that are available from the system.
Chapter 14: Maintenance
Chapter 13: Media and supplies
Chapter 12: Océ Power Logic: Account logging

You can keep track of all jobs you make for accounting purposes. This chapter describes how you use the accounting functionality.

describes regular maintenance tasks, such as refilling paper and toner, and refilling the reinforcement unit.

describes how to clean the glass platen, the reference roller and how to maintain the reinforcement unit

Chapter 15: Problem solving describes the problems that may occur while using the Océ TDS600

Chapter 16: The folder contains a description of the folder delivered as an optional with the Océ TDS600.

Appendix A: Overview and tables contains an overview of the system, the operator panels, the product specifications for the Océ TDS600,and a list of available material types and sizes.

Appendix B: Safety information contains the recommended weight limits, instructions for safe use, the available safety data sheets and the applicable ENERGY STAR® specifications.

Appendix C: Miscellaneous contains the notation conventions, a reader’s comment sheet and the addresses of local Océ organisations.

Index indicates where you can find the most commonly used terms in the manual.

Introduction

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The Océ TDS600

The Océ TDS600 is a wide format, black-and-white, electrophotographic, mid to high volume copier/printer/scanner. The machine is available in a number of printer configurations, ranging from two rolls in a single drawer (the minimum configuration) to a maximum of six rolls (with one sheet feeder) and three sheet feeders (with four rolls).

The Océ TDS600 is a versatile, highly productive system which offers you a broad range of functions. See ‘Product specifications Océ TDS600’ on page 303 for more information.

[1] Océ TDS600

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Spool memory
Print/copy job
Set processing
Network connectivity
Océ Scan Logic
Copy functionality
Printer configuration

Océ TDS600 key concepts

The Océ TDS600 is available in a number of printer configurations, ranging from two rolls in a single drawer (the minimum configuration) to a maximum of six rolls with one sheet feeder and four rolls with three sheet feeders. Also a number of optionals are available, including an integrated folder, a copy delivery tray, paper roll loaders and a paper switch for supporting customer finishing units.

With the Océ TDS600 scanner a large number of copy activities can be performed. A wide variety of original and copy related settings are supported. You can specify particular layout, media, finishing, feeding and quality enhancement options from the scanner operating panel. See ‘Product specifications Océ TDS600’ on page 303 for more information.

The Océ TDS600 offers optional scan to file functionality. Documents are scanned then stored digitally. Ten customised destinations are supported.

The Océ TDS600 supports a number of popular network protocols. This means that it can be used in multiple networking environments such as TCP/IP, NetBEUI, and Novell Pserver (IPX/SPX).

The Océ TDS600 supports set processing. This means that a job can consist of several files/originals. You can print/scan these files/originals in multiple times and sorted. The Océ TDS600 is equipped with a set memory for storing up to 250 A0s which allows for the creation of identical sets that are sorted either by page or by set.

A print/copy job is a job sent to the Océ TDS600 Printer from a user application (print job) or from the scanner (copy job). A print/copy job may consist of several sets, which in turn may consist of several pages. Sorting of a print/copy job may take place based on sets or on pages.

The Océ TDS600 contains a spool memory which provides a queuing system for files you want to print. The spool memory allows multiple users to send print jobs to the Océ TDS600 simultaneously. The print jobs are then placed in the print queue where they wait to be printed. The job that is put first into the queue is printed first.

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User interaction
Green button principle
Job recovery

The Océ TDS600 is equipped with a job recovery function that safeguards users against data loss in case of a printer failure. After a restart, the data submitted to the printer before the crash will be automatically processed and printed. This means that jobs do not have to be resubmitted after a printer malfunction, thus saving valuable time for the users.

The Océ TDS600 is a very user-friendly system. The scanner, in particular, is very easy to operate. Basic copy jobs can be performed by simply pressing the green start button on the scanner operating panel. Only if you want to perform more complex copy jobs, you have to change the default copy settings with the help of the other settings on the scanner operating panel.

The user can communicate with the Océ TDS600 from different locations, both locally (printer and scanner operating panels, controller applications) and remotely (drivers on user workstations, Remote Control Format (RCF) files or Océ Job Tickets (OJT) and remote applications):

Operating panels

The Océ TDS600 consists of two operating panels for making a wide variety of settings for printing and copying. See ‘Printer operator panel’ on page 26 and ‘Before you begin’ on page 38 for more information.

Controller applications

The Océ TDS600 controller applications are used for making default key operator and system administrator settings (Océ Settings Editor). For viewing the status of the jobs in the print queue you use the Queue Manager. The ‘Océ System Control Panel’ shows the status of the entire system.

Océ Scan Logic

With ‘Océ Scan logic’ you can define all relevant settings for scan to file. See ‘Use the Océ TDS600 to scan’ on page 57 for more information.

Printer drivers

With the Océ TDS600 a number of printer drivers can be used, including Windows driver, AutoCAD ADI/HDI and PostScript 3/PDF. With these drivers you can access the Océ TDS600 remotely, from your applications, to print your files. More information about installing, configuring and using drivers can be found in the documentation provided with the drivers. All Océ drivers (except Postscript) can be freely downloaded from the Web at www.oce.com.

Océ Remote Logic

Océ Remote Logic enables you to:

View system status (Océ System Control Panel).

Manage print jobs (Océ Queue Manager).

Change settings (Océ Settings Editor).

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Print submisssion and Print Management Applications

A number of print submission and print management applications are available for the Océ TDS600 within the Océ Print Exec family, including the web based Océ Print Exec LT Web, Windows Océ Print Exec LT and more advanced Océ Print Exec and Océ Print Exec Pro.

A Remote Control Format (RCF) file or Océ Job Ticket (OJT) can be used to instruct the Océ TDS600 how to handle a remote print job. The specific settings can be made by a user on a control panel, or by means of the user interface (UI) on a workstation or PC. The RCF file/job ticket specifies the sets of inputs, the sets of outputs and the processing that is needed to form the outputs. See the ‘Remote Control Format Reference Manual’ and the ‘Océ Job Ticket Reference Manual’ for more information about Remote Control Format (RCF) files or Océ Job Tickets (OJT).

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Océ TDS600 users

On the Océ TDS600 the following user types can be identified:

System administrator The Océ TDS600 system administrator is responsible for installing and configuring the Océ TDS600 in his environment. He defines the printer language settings, pen settings and Automatic Language Sensing (ALS) settings. The system administrator can also provide assistance to normal users who need to install the printer drivers on their workstations. See ‘Océ Power Logic: Settings Editor (for the system administrator)’ on page 203 for more information. Configuration information can be found in the Océ TDS600 Connectivity Manual provided with the Océ TDS600.

Key operator The Océ TDS600 key operator is responsible for the daily maintenance of the Océ TDS600. The key operator replenishes toner when necessary, loads media as needed and defines the default printer settings for recurring print jobs. Also, the key operator defines all time settings, such as panel time out and sleep mode time out. See ‘Océ Power Logic: Settings Editor (for the key operator)’ on page 139 for more information.

Repro operator The Océ TDS600 repro operator is responsible for the daily operations on the Océ TDS600. The repro operator performs all job related activities on the system and is allowed to change the default settings for job-related activities in the Océ Settings Editor.

Anonymous user Typically, an anonymous user on the Océ TDS600 can be either a PC user who has remote access to the system through one or more drivers (Windows driver, AutoCAD ADI/HDI or PostScript) or the remote applications (Océ Queue Manager, Océ System Control Panel and Océ Settings Editor), or the print submission/print management applications, or a user performing a copy job at the scanner.

Service operator The Océ TDS600 service operator is responsible for installation and maintenance of the Océ TDS600.

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Océ TDS600 components

The Océ TDS600 is available as a digital network printer, a scanner or as a full hybrid machine with which you can print, copy or scan to file. It consists of the following components (see figure 1 on page 14):

Printer

Scanner

Océ Power Logic Controller

These components, in combination with your network, Océ Print Exec LT Web and one or more drivers (Windows driver, AutoCAD HDI or PostScript), allow you to use the Océ TDS600 as your default enterprise printing and copying solution.

See the Océ TDS600 Connectivity Manual for more details about making networking settings on the Océ TDS600 printer. You find more information about installing, configuring and using drivers in the documentation provided with the drivers.

Note: All Océ drivers (except PostScript 3) can be freely downloaded from the World Wide Web at www.oce.com.

Océ TDS600 printer

The Océ TDS600 printer has the ability to contain two rolls in a single drawer (the minimum configuration) to a maximum of six rolls with one sheet feeder and four rolls with three sheet feeders.The printer delivers your jobs on the integrated receiving tray, on top of the printer.

You can optionally buy:

a copy delivery tray

a folder to fold the output

a reinforcement unit to add a reinforcement strip to folded output

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Océ TDS600 scanner

You use the Océ TDS600 scanner to make copies or with the optional Océ Scan Logic, to scan to file.

The optional original delivery tray enables you to stack your originals behind the scanner.

Océ Power Logic controller

The Océ TDS600 is equipped with an Océ Power Logic controller which helps you to make optimum use of your system. On this Océ Power Logic controller a number of applications run which allow you to control your print jobs, make your default printer settings and monitor the printer status. These applications include:

Océ Queue Manager (QM)

Océ System Control Panel (SCP)

Océ Settings Editor (SE)

Océ Remote Logic (includes QM, SCP and SE on a remote workstation which connects to the Océ Power Logic controller)

Océ Queue Manager The Océ TDS600 Queue Manager (QM) application provides you with a graphical representation of the print queue. It allows you to view the print queue and the status of the print jobs as well as to manage the jobs in the queue. With the Océ TDS600 Queue Manager you can:

View the print queue

Abort the job currently being printed

Delete job(s) in the queue

Pause job(s) in the queue

Restart previously paused job(s) in the queue

Print jobs from the Inbox queue

Print jobs from the History queue

Give jobs a priority.

See ‘Managing print jobs’ on page 130 for more information about the Océ TDS600 Queue Manager.

Océ System Control Panel The Océ TDS600 System Control Panel (SCP) application provides you with status information about the printer. This includes:

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Key Operator settings / System Administrator settings

Machine status of the Océ TDS600 printer, scanner and the Océ Power Logic Controller

Set memory monitor to view the available storage space on the controller.

Overview of the loaded media types and sizes.

See ‘Océ Power Logic: System Control Panel’ on page 133 for more information about the Océ TDS600 System Control Panel.

The Océ TDS600 Settings Editor allows an operator to configure and set up job, printer, system and scanner specific settings. These settings include:

Format options

Editing options

Media related options

Finishing options

The system administrator settings in the Océ TDS600 Settings Editor application allow the system administrator to configure and set up all aspects related to the infrastructure of the system. These settings include:

Host information

Network settings

Pen settings

Printer language settings

General administrator settings

See ‘Océ Power Logic: Settings Editor (for the system administrator)’ on page 203 for more information about the Océ TDS600 Settings Editor application.

Optionals: you can order the following optionals for the Océ Power Logic controller:

Océ Scan Logic consists of Océ Scan Manager and Océ View Station LT. With Océ Scan Logic you can perform scan to file.

Océ Print Exec LT Web is a job submission application, which allows you to send print jobs to a destination device (Océ printer) from your web browser. For detailed information (see ‘Océ Print Exec LT Web’ on page 105).

Account Logging. Account Logging is for accounting purposes, the Océ Power Logic Controller is able to keep track of all your jobs. For each copy/print/scan job the job info and the paper usage is stored.

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Océ TDS600

Multifunctional Digital System

User Manual

Chapter 2

Use the Océ TDS600 to print

This chapter contains a short description of the operator panel of the Océ TDS600 printer and the actions that can be done with it.

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Before you begin

You must switch on both the Océ TDS600 printer and the Océ Power Logic controller before you can print. You do not have to use a specific order in which you switch on or off the Océ TDS600 printer and the Océ Power Logic controller.

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer on

You switch the Océ TDS600 printer on with the on/off switch, which is at the rear of the printer.

[2] On/off switch on the printer

[3] On/off button on the Océ Power Logic controller

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Switch the Océ TDS600 printer on

1Set the on/off switch at the rear of the printer to position ‘1’, (see figure 2). The green LED will be on.

2The message ’Ready to print’ appears.

Switch the Océ Power Logic controller on

1Press the on/off button on the controller, (see figure 3).

2Press the on/off button on the monitor The controller starts up.

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer off

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer off

Note: Ensure that the engine does not run.

1Set the on/off switch at the rear of the printer to position ‘0’.

Switch the Océ Power Logic controller off

1Select the ‘Shut down’ option from the Océ System Control Panel.

2Switch off the controller and the monitor (see figure 3).

Note: Wait at least 5 seconds before you restart the Océ TDS600.

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Printer operator panel

The printer operator panel consists of a number of buttons and a graphical display (see figure 4). At the top of the panel is an indicator (a light) which starts flashing when operator intervention is required.

Up/Down

buttons

Selection

buttons

On line

button

Stop button

[4] Printer operator panel

Display

The graphical (LCD) display offers feedback about the current printer status. It provides you with the following information:

Status information (e.g. ‘Preparing for run’ or ‘Ready to print’). During normal operation the following message types may appear: Status/action message: indicates the actual status of the printer plus the action to be taken, e.g. ‘Roll empty. Feed A2, plain paper’.

Warning message: during a warning message the printer will continue to

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operate, but it is possible that the print quality is not optimal, e.g. ‘Fill B5 toner’.

A graphical overview of available rolls and sheet feeders, including the material type and size used by each roll or sheet feeder.

A symbol indicating the paper orientation (for sheet feeders only).

An indication that a particular roll or sheet feeder is empty (if applicable). An empty roll is represented by a dotted roll symbol.

An empty sheet feeder is displayed as an empty paper tray.

In the event of an error, a graphical representation of any error location (cover or panel), together with instructions on how to solve the problem is displayed.

Counter

On the operating panel of the Océ TDS600 Printer a counter will be displayed that gives the user feedback about the progress of the job that is currently being printed. The counter, which is located at the bottom of the upper window on the operating panel, displays the number of sets and/or pages printed. Counting starts at 1. The following options are available:

When no sets are made, only the current page and the total number of pages are displayed (e.g. ‘Page 3 of 5’). At the beginning of a job, when the system does not know the total number of pages yet, only the current page may be displayed (e.g. ‘Page 5’).

With set input: set counter. In this case the counter shows the current, the total number of sets and the current page (e.g. ‘Set 3 of 5, Page 10’). At the beginning of a job, when the system does not know the total number of sets yet, only the current set and page may be displayed (e.g. ‘Set 2, Page 5’).

With set input: multiple sheet counter. In this case the counter shows the current page, the total number of pages and the current copy, e.g. ‘Page 2 of 12, Copy 5’). At the beginning of a job, when the system does not know the total number of pages yet, only the current page and copy may be displayed (e.g. ‘Page 2, Copy 5’).

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Buttons

With the buttons on the operator panel you can make a number of settings for the Océ TDS600 Printer, such as the media type and size or the preferred language.

The following buttons are available:

Button types

 

 

Function

Selection

The selection buttons are located immediately below the

buttons

graphical display. The left button can be used to activate one of

 

the main menu choices (Language, Folding or

 

Media) on the left part of the display.

 

Note: A shadow highlighting effect is used to indicate the ac-

 

tive menu option.

 

The right selection button can be used to activate the options

 

on the right part of the graphical display.

 

Note: To identify the active selection, the dotted line around

 

this selection is changed into an uninterrupted line and the

 

small selection triangles next to the specified option are no

 

longer dimmed.

 

These selection triangles indicate that you can select an option

 

from a predefined list with the help of the Up/Down buttons.

Up/Down

These two triangular buttons to the right of the graphical dis-

buttons

play are used to display the next or previous option from the se-

 

lected menu choice and to select the desired option.

On line button

By pressing the on line button you can put the printer on line

 

or off line. If the green light above the on line button is on, the

 

printer is on line; if this light is off, the printer is off line.

Stop button

The red stop button is used to stop the present print job. After

 

this button is pressed, a dialogue will be displayed asking for

 

confirmation.

 

Note: The printing process does not stop instantaneously since

 

a number of prints may already have been submitted to the

 

printer after processing. The prints cannot be stopped.

Key button

The green key button has no function.

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Printer operator panel actions

On the Océ TDS600 printer operator panel you can perform a limited number of actions:

Set the media type

Set the media type for manual feeder

Set the media size

Set a special media indication

Stop a print job

Select the preferred language

Make off-line folding settings

Clean the reinforcement knives

Media type and size on the printer

One of the features of the Océ TDS600 printer is the automatic media change function. This function allows the printer to switch to another roll of the same format and copy material when the roll or sheet feeder becomes empty during printing.

Note: Since the Océ TDS600 Printer cannot detect the loaded copy material type and format itself, you have to specify type and size after you (re)load media, as described in ‘Media’ on page 240.

See ‘List of available material types and sizes’ on page 309 for an overview of all materials that can be used on the Océ TDS600 Printer.

Set media type

1Press the on line button on the printer operating panel to put the printer off line. The message ‘Off line’ is displayed in the status window.

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[5] Operator panel in off line mode

The focus is shifted to the Media option (indicated by the shadow effect).

2Use the Up/Down buttons to select the roll or sheet feeder for which you have just loaded new media.

3Press the right selection button to activate the Mat. (Material) option.

The dotted line around the current selection is changed into an uninterrupted line and the small selection triangles next to the specified material are no longer dimmed.

4Use the Up/Down buttons to select the material you just loaded.

5Press the on line button to put the printer on line again. The printer now knows which material is used for the specified roll or sheet feeder.

Set media type for manual feed

1Press the on line button on the printer operating panel to put the printer off line. The message ‘Off line’ is displayed in the status window.

2Press the left selection button to shift the focus to the Media option. A shadow effect is used to indicate that the focus is set to this option.

3Use the Up/Down buttons to select the Manual option.

4Press the right selection button to activate the Mat. (Material) option.

The dotted line around the current selection is changed into an uninterrupted line and the small selection triangles next to the specified material are no longer dimmed.

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5Use the up/down buttons to select the material you just loaded.

6Press the on line button to put the printer on line again. The printer now knows which material is used by the manual feeder.

Set media size

1Press the on line button on the printer operating panel to put the printer off line. The message ‘Off line’ is displayed in the status window (see figure 5 on page 30).

2Press the left selection button to shift the focus to the Media option. A shadow effect is used to indicate that the focus is set to this option.

3Use the up/down buttons to select the roll or sheet feeder for which you have just loaded new media.

4Press the right selection button to activate the Size option.

The dotted line around the current selection is changed into an uninterrupted line and the small selection triangles next to the specified size are no longer dimmed.

5Use the up/down buttons to select the size for the media you just loaded.

6Press the on line button to put the printer on line again. The printer now knows which media size is used for the specified roll or sheet feeder.

Special media indication

On the Océ TDS600 Printer, you can attach a Special indication (exclamation mark: !) to a roll or sheet feeder which uses special media (for instance coloured paper). This indication is used to identify the roll or sheet feeder to the printer. For this roll or sheet feeder the automatic media change option is disabled.

Set a special media indication

1Press the on line button on the printer operating panel to put the printer off line. The message ‘Off line’ is displayed in the status window (see figure 5 on page 30).

2Press the left selection button to shift the focus to the Media option. A shadow effect is used to indicate that the focus is set to this option.

3Use the up/down buttons to select the roll or sheet feeder for which you have just loaded special media.

4Press the right selection button to activate the ‘Type’ option.

The dotted line around the current selection is changed into an uninterrupted line and the small selection triangles next to the specified type are no longer dimmed.

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5Use the up/down buttons to select the Special option for the specified roll or sheet feeder.

6Press the on line button to put the printer on line again. The printer now knows that the specified roll or sheet feeder contains special material.

Interrupt a print job

The red ‘Stop’ button on the Océ TDS600 Printer operating panel interrupts the active print process. You can cancel or continue the current print job.

Cancel a print job

1Press the ‘Stop’ button.

A dialogue is displayed informing you that you can press on line to continue or stop to cancel the job.

2Press the ‘Stop’ button again to cancel the current job.

Note: In general, the printer cannot be stopped immediately because the started prints have to be finished. Printing will be stopped at the end of the page.

Continue a print job

1Press the ‘Stop’ button.

A dialogue is displayed informing you that you can press on line to continue or stop to cancel the job.

2Press the ‘On line’ button to continue the current print job.

Select a language

On the operating panel of the Océ TDS600 Printer you can specify which language you want to use for displaying printer information, such as status and error messages.

By default, you can choose between two languages, which have been defined for your system by the key operator (see ‘First language’ on page 192).

Note: If the key operator has specified only one language, it will not be possible for you to choose. In that case the language option will not appear on the operating panel.

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Select a language

1Press the ‘On line’ button on the printer operating panel to put the printer off line. The message ‘Off line’ is displayed in the status window.

2Press the left selection button to shift the focus to the Language option. A shadow effect is used to indicate that the focus is set to this option.

3Activate the Language option by pressing the right selection button.

The dotted line around the current selection is changed into an uninterrupted line and the small selection triangles next to the specified language are no longer dimmed.

4Use the up/down buttons to switch between the predefined languages.

5The language specific elements on the display are immediately customized to reflect your language choice. Only the indicator for the language itself, is in the alternative language. This way you always know what your alternative language is.

6Put the printer on line again by pressing the on line button. The printer now uses the selected language.

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Off-line folding settings

On the operating panel of the Océ TDS600 Printer you can specify the settings you want to use for off-line folding. These settings include defining the length and width of the folded package, enabling and defining the binding edge, selecting the input method and legend position and cleaning the reinforcement knive.

Make off-line folding settings

1Press the on line button on the printer operating panel to put the printer off line. The message ‘Off line’ is displayed in the status window.

2Activate the Folding option by pressing the left selection button.

The dotted line around the current selection is changed into an uninterrupted line and the small selection triangles next to the specified option are no longer dimmed.

3Use the up/down buttons to switch between the available options.

4Activate the Input option and press the right selection button to activate the Legend option.

5If necessary, change the value in the Legend field with the up/down buttons.

6Press the right selection button again to activate the Method option.

7If necessary, change the value in the Width field with the up/down buttons.

8Press the left selection button again and use the up/down buttons to select another option. This can be Package (with suboptions Length and Width), Binding (with suboptions Size and Binding), or Special (with suboption Knife).

9Make any desired settings.

10Put the printer on line again by pressing the on line button. The printer now uses the specified off-line folding settings.

Positioning the reinforcement knives (optional)

Because the knives of the optional reinforcement unit of the folder get sticky from the glue on the reinforcement tape, they have to be cleaned regularly. You are recommended to clean the knives each time you have inserted a new tape roll (see ‘A new tape roll’ on page 254) or when an error in the reinforcement unit has occurred.

Before you can clean the reinforcement knives, you have to place them in such a position that all the parts that need to be cleaned are accessible. You can do this from the printer operating panel.

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Prepare the reinforcement knives for cleaning

1Press the on line button on the printer operating panel to put the printer off line. The message ‘Off line’ is displayed in the status window.

2Press the left selection button to shift the focus to the Folding menu. A shadow effect is used to indicate that the focus is set to this menu.

3Select the Special option from the Folding menu.

4Press the right selection button start activate the Knife option. The following information is now displayed in the panel display:

[6] Cleaning the reinforcement knife

Note: When a job is running, the message ‘Job interrupted’ appears. The machine stops running after it has correctly finished the prints that were already in the engine. Then the reinforcement knives are placed in the correct position.

5You can now continue to clean the reinforcement knives (see ‘Maintenance of the reinforcement unit’ on page 254).

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Océ TDS600

Multifunctional Digital System

User Manual

Chapter 3

Use the Océ TDS600 to copy

This chapter contains a short description of the interface of the Océ TDS600 Copier and the actions that can be done on its operator panel.

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Before you begin

You must switch on the Océ TDS600 printer, scanner and the Océ Power Logic controller before you can print. You do not have to use a specific order in which you switch on or off the Océ TDS600 printer, scanner and the Océ Power Logic controller.

Note: Chapter 1 (see ‘Printer operator panel’ on page 26) explains the printer operator panel.

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer and scanner on

You switch on the Océ TDS600 printer and scanner with the on/off switch. The switch of the is at the rear of the printer. The switch of the scanner is underneath the original feed table.

[7] On/off switch on the printer

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[8] On/off switch on the scanner

[9] On/off button on the Océ Power Logic controller

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer on

1Set the on/off switch at the rear of the printer to position ‘1’, (see figure 7). The green LED will be on.

2The message ’Ready to print’ appears.

Switch the Océ TDS600 scanner on

1Set the on/off switch at the front of the scanner to position ‘1’., (see figure 8). The green LED will be on.

2The message ’Ready to copy’ appears.

Switch the Océ Power Logic controller on

1Press the on/off button on the controller, (see figure 9).

2Press the on/off button on the monitor.

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The controller starts up.

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer and scanner off

Switch the Océ TDS600 printer off

Note: Ensure that the engine does not run.

1Set the on/off switch at the rear of the printer to position ‘0’.

Switch the Océ TDS600 scanner off

1Set the on/off switch at the front of the scanner to position ‘0’.

Switch the Océ Power Logic controller off

1Select the ‘Shut down’ option from the System Control Panel.

2Switch off the controller and the monitor (see figure 9).

Note: Wait at least 5 seconds before you restart the Océ TDS600.

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Scanner operator panel

The Océ TDS600 is a very user-friendly system. The scanner, in particular, is very easy to operate. Basic copy jobs can be performed by simply pressing the green (start) button on the scanner operator panel. Only if you want to perform more complex copy jobs, you have to change the default copy settings with the help of the other settings on the scanner operator panel.

The operator panel is located above the original feed. As you can see in this diagram (see figure 10), the panel consists of a display in the centre surrounded by a number of function, section and arrow buttons. To the left of the display, you can find the ‘Stop’ button and below the display you can find the ‘Start’, ‘Numeric’ and ‘Correction’ buttons as well as the ‘Counter’ window.

This section consists of two parts. The first part explains the basic use of the buttons. The second part deals with special use of the display. It describes how to use the soft buttons above and along the sides of the display to define your copy settings.

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Section buttons

Arrow buttons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stop button

Function buttons

Start button

Numeric buttons

Correction button

[10] Scanner operator panel

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Buttons

With the buttons on the operator panel you can make a number of settings for the Océ TDS600.

The following buttons are available:

Button type

 

 

 

 

Function

 

 

Start buttons

The green button marked with

 

is used to start the

 

 

 

feeding of the original, or to re-start the copy process.

Numeric buttons

The buttons with numbers on the lower part of the oper-

 

ator panel are used to enter numbers.

Correction button

The orange button marked with C, located at the bottom

 

right of the operator panel. If you press the correction

 

button once, the copy counter is set to the default (prob-

 

ably ‘1’). If you press this button twice, all settings are

 

reset to their default values.

 

 

Stop button

Pressing the red button to the left of the display stops the

 

copy process for the current original. You can stop the

 

original transport immediately when an original jam oc-

 

curs.

 

 

Interrupt button

Currently not in use.

 

 

Section, Function and Arrow buttons

Apart from the above mentioned buttons, the operator panel of the Océ TDS600 Copier contains a number of other buttons. These include:

Section buttons

Function buttons

Arrow buttons.

The section buttons are the four buttons located above the display. These buttons provide access to the ‘Custom’, ‘Original’, ‘Print’ and “File’ sections on the display.

Each section contains several functions (cards). These can be accessed with the help of the left most function button, which is also called the card selection button.

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Original section

The five function buttons (below the display) allow you to select functions or subfunctions within a card.

Finally, the arrow buttons can be used, like the numeric buttons, to define numeric settings. The arrow buttons are also used for selecting subfunctions.

Sections on the operator panel

The operator panel of the Océ TDS600 Copier consists of the following sections:

Custom

Original

Print

File

Custom section Upon start-up of the Océ TDS600 Copier, a number of default settings are available from the ‘Custom’ section. These settings, which can also be found in one of the other two sections, are the most commonly used options on the Océ TDS600 Copier. The key operator can change the contents of the ‘Custom’ section from the Océ Settings Editor on the controller (see ‘Custom card’ on page 153).

By default, the ‘Custom’ section includes the ‘Media’, ‘Input mode’ and ‘Zoom’ settings plus one or two others. This could be, depending on your configuration and language settings, the ‘Folding’ (if you have a folder), ‘Language’ (if you work with more than one language) or ‘Exposure’ settings. See figure 10 on page 41 for an example of the ‘Custom’ section.

The ‘Original’ section contains all original-related settings, divided over a number of cards. The following cards are available (top to bottom):

Scanner

Image

Sheet

Feeding

Each card contains a number of specific options, as is shown below.

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File section
Print section

[11] Original section of the Océ TDS600 Copier

The ‘Print’ section contains all copy-related settings, divided over a number of cards. The following cards are available (top to bottom):

Image

Layout

Finishing

Sheet

Each card contains a number of specific options, as is shown in figure 12 on page 44.

[12] Copy section of the Océ TDS600 Copier

The ‘File’ section contains all scan to file related settings, divided over a number of cards. The following cards are available (top to bottom):

Image

Destination

Note: The ‘File’ section is only available if you have the scan to file option installed.

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[13] ‘File’ section of the Océ TDS600 Copier

Change the operator panel language

It is possible to change the operator panel language. You can choose between two preferred languages.

To select a language

1Open the ‘Scanner’ card in the ‘Original’ section.

Press the ‘Language’ function button to set the needed language.

Settings on the Océ TDS600 Copier operator panel

On start-up of the Océ TDS600 Copier, the ‘Custom’ card is displayed (see figure 14).

The custom card gives access to the settings you defined in the Océ Settings Editor. This contains a number of settings which are direct accessible. The key operator defines the custom card in the Océ Settings Editor.

[14] The ‘Custom ‘ card on the scanner operator panel

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Make settings

1Press one of the Section buttons to activate the desired menu.

Note: The active menu is slightly moved downwards to visually separate it from the other menus. Apart from that, a shadow highlighting effect is used for extra highlighting.

2Press the Card selection button to select the appropriate card. You can switch cards (from bottom to top) by pressing the button again.

Note: Here, too, the active card is visually separated from the other cards and given a shadow highlighting effect for extra highlighting.

3Select the desired function values in one of the following ways:

Simple (non-numeric) selection: press the Function button to activate the desired (non-numeric) value. The selected value is preceded by a ‘’ symbol. The ‘Background compensation’ setting demonstrated in figure 11 on page 44 is an example of this.

Long list selection: if you want to select a value from a list of options that can not be fully displayed on the panel, you first activate the selection triangles next to the specified option (the dotted line around this selection is changed into an uninterrupted line and the selection triangles are no longer dimmed), which indicate that there are additional options available and then select one of the non-displayed values with the Arrow buttons. The ‘Original type’ setting demonstrated in figure 11 on page 44 is an example of this.

Numeric selection: activate the selection triangles and select the desired value with the Arrow buttons or with the numeric buttons. The ‘Brightness’ setting demonstrated in figure 11 on page 44 is an example of this.

Also a combination of simple selection and numeric selection is possible, as is shown in the ‘Cut length’ setting demonstrated in figure 12 on page 44.

Note: The Up arrow and Down arrow buttons can be used to increase or decrease the active value by 1; the Left arrow and Right arrow buttons increase or decrease the active value by 10. Exception to this rule is the selection of zoom values. Here, the Left arrow button can be used to browse through the predefined reduction steps and the Right arrow button to browse through the predefined enlargement steps.

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Perform basic copy jobs

On the Océ TDS600 scanner you perform a number of basic tasks. These include:

Make copies

Select the required media

Select the input mode

Specify the zoom factor

Select the brightness

Deliver originals after scanning

Define settings for the next original

Define delivery of copies

Stop a copy job

Make copies

1Place your original face-down, right aligned along the original guide. Keep the legend at your right hand side.

Note: When feeding the original, keep it in place until it is transported (about 1 cm) into the machine.

[15] Inserting the original

2Specify the number of copies using the numeric buttons.

3Specify the desired copy material on the operator panel.

If you select ‘Automatic’ the Océ TDS600 Copier will try to use a roll format that matches the specified size.

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Note: After inserting the original, the roll or sheet feeder that is used is indicated by the ‘ ’ symbol.

Use the ‘Media’ function to select copy material and format.

4Specify how a job will be sorted: ‘Single sheet’, ‘Multiple sheets’ (output: 1-1, 2-2, 3-3) or ‘Set’(output: 1-2-3, 1-2-3).

The currently selected input mode is indicated by the ‘ ’ symbol.

5Specify a reduction or enlargement factor on the operator panel by using the ‘Zoom’ function.

If you select ‘Automatic’, the Océ TDS600 Copier will use a zoom factor that is needed to obtain a copy without loss of information. After inserting the original, the zoom factor that is used is indicated by the ‘ ’ symbol.

6Specify the desired brightness on the operator panel.

You can use the ‘Brightness’ setting to correct for a lighter or darker original.

7Specify folding options on the operator panel.

If the optional folder is installed, you can use the ‘Folding’ settings to get a neatly folded copy.

8Press the green start button to start the copy job.

Your original will be fed into the scanner. The printer starts.

9Collect your output.

Your copy will be delivered on the selected output unit of the print engine.

Select the required media

The ‘Media’ setting can be used to select copy material and format. The display will show you what rolls or sheet feeders are currently loaded. The currently selected roll or sheet feeder is indicated by the ‘ ’ symbol.

If you select ‘Automatic’, the Océ TDS600 Copier will try to use a roll or sheetfeeder format that matches the original size. After inserting the original, the roll or sheetfeeder that is used is indicated by the ‘ ’ symbol.

Note: The ‘ ’ symbol remains in place until a new original is inserted. Then it may move to indicate another roll or sheetfeeder, depending on the original format.

Selecting the required media

1Select the ‘Sheet’ card in the ‘Print’ section.

2Select the desired media with the ‘Media’ function button.

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[16] Selecting the required media

Note: You can also select the desired media from the ‘Custom’ section, if this setting has been defined for this (see figure 14 on page 45).

Select the input mode

You can use the ‘Input mode’ setting to specify how a job will be sorted: the ‘Single sheet’ option treats each sheet as a separate job. ‘Multiple sheets’ produces the specified number of copies for each sheet in a job and then continues with the next sheet. Graphically that would look something like this:

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2

2

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3

4

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Note: An important characteristic of ‘Multiple sheets’ is that, if this setting is selected, the active job is kept together and treated as a whole. In this case the job cannot be interrupted by a high-priority copy job, and there will be no risk of getting mixed output.

‘Set’ produces one copy for each sheet in a set and then continues with the next copy of the entire set, as follows:

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2

3

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2

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2

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2

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The current input mode can be closed by pressing the Stop button.

The currently selected input mode is indicated by the ‘’ symbol.

Select the input mode

1Select the ‘Feeding’ card in the ‘Original’ section.

2Select the desired media with the ‘Input mode’ function button.

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[17] Selecting the input mode

Note: You can also select the input mode from the ‘Custom’ section (if this setting has been defined for this).

Specify the zoom factor

You can use the ‘Zoom’ setting to select a zoom factor. If you select ‘Automatic’ with the ‘’ symbol, the Océ TDS600 Copier will use a zoom factor that is needed to obtain a copy without loss of information. This will be done according to the selected media roll or sheet feeder. After inserting the original, the zoom factor that is used is indicated by the ‘ ’ symbol.

If you select the numeric zoom factor with the ‘’ symbol, you can define a zoom factor yourself between 25% and 400%. After selecting the numeric zoom factor, the four little triangles will appear to the right. Now you can define a new zoom factor in two different ways:

By using the Arrow buttons on the right of the display (see figure 10 on page 41). If you press one of the vertical buttons, the zoom factor will increase or decrease with steps of 0.1%. If you press one of the horizontal buttons, the zoom factor will increase or decrease with the steps predefined in the Océ Settings Editor by the key operator.

By using the numeric buttons at the bottom of the operator panel. You can specify the exact zoom factor with 0.1% increments.

For example, if you want to specify a zoom factor of 25.4%, you type 254. If you want to specify a zoom factor of 254%, you type 2540.

Selecting the zoom factor

1Select the ‘Image’ card in the ‘Copy’ section.

2Select the desired media with the ‘Zoom’ function button.

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