User manual EPSON EXPRESSION HOME XP-423

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[. . . ] If this equipment does cause interference to radio and television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected Consult an experienced radio/TV technician for help. WARNING The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification of this device and may cause interference levels that exceed the limits established by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a shielded equipment interface cable with this device. If this equipment has more than one interface connector, do not leave cables connected to unused interfaces. [. . . ] Scan according to the instructions in your online EPSON TWAIN Pro User's Guide or LaserSoft SilverFast Lite User's Guide. Using Optional Equipment Page 38 Scanning Normal Documents with the Transparency Unit Installed To scan normal documents with the TPU installed, insert the reflective document mat included with the TPU as described below. 2 Insert the tabs on the reflective document mat into the slots on the TPU and slide the mat down until the tabs are secure. reflective document mat tab 3 Place your document on the document table and close the TPU. Using Optional Equipment Page 39 If you have the Artist or Professional model and are using LaserSoft SilverFast 4. 0, you'll find the electronic manual for that scanner software on the LaserSoft SilverFast CD-ROM. 4 Scan according to the instructions in your electronic EPSON TWAIN Pro User's Guide or LaserSoft SilverFast Lite User's Guide (you'll find both guides in the Manuals folder on your EPSON Expression 800 Scanning Tools CD-ROM). Set your Document Source to Flatbed (TWAIN Pro) or your Document Type to Reflective (SilverFast Lite). To remove the reflective document mat, slide it up until you can disengage the tabs from the slots, then gently pull it out of the TPU. Using the Auto Document Feeder The auto document feeder (part number B813162) automatically loads multiple-page documents into your scanner. It is particularly useful for OCR (optical character recognition) scanning or for creating an image database. Follow the steps in these sections to install and use the ADF: Unpacking the Auto Document Feeder Installing the Auto Document Feeder Loading Paper in the Auto Document Feeder Fixing Paper Jams in the Auto Document Feeder Using Optional Equipment Page 40 Unpacking the Auto Document Feeder Make sure that the following items are included in the ADF box. Contact your EPSON dealer if anything is missing or damaged. installation screws auto document feeder Using Optional Equipment Page 41 Installing the Auto Document Feeder Before installing the ADF, be aware that: To use the ADF, you must install EPSON TWAIN Pro. The ADF is large, so clear a wide space around the scanner before unpacking and installing it. Don't remove the protective foam block from the ADF's mounting hardware until you've finished installing it. Follow the steps below to install the ADF on your scanner: 1 Turn your scanner off and unplug the cables and power cord. You must contact your local EPSON Customer Care Center to have the lamp replaced (see Where to Get Help for details). Maintaining and Transporting Your Scanner Page 52 Transporting the Scanner If you need to transport the scanner or store it for an extended period, you must secure the carriage beforehand. If the scanner is inoperable, the carriage may not automatically return to the home position. If it doesn't, slowly raise the front of the scanner and hold it up until the carriage comes to rest in the home position (at the back of the scanner). 3 If you're using a transparency unit or auto document feeder, remove it. Position the two hinges on the cover over the corresponding pins on the scanner, as shown, then push down gently. 5 Turn the scanner on and wait until the carriage moves to the home position (toward the back of the scanner). Then turn the scanner off. Maintaining and Transporting Your Scanner Page 53 6 Slide the transportation lock to the LOCK position. UNL OCK LOC K UNLO CK LOCK OPTIO N TERMINA TOR ON SW SCSI ID 0 7 6 54 1 2 3 OFF Maintaining and Transporting Your Scanner Page 54 Transporting the Transparency Unit After you've removed the transparency unit from the scanner, prepare it for shipping as follows: 1 Slowly raise the front of the transparency unit to allow the lamp assembly to slide to the home position at the back of the unit. Wait until the lamp assembly comes to rest. let the lamp assembly slide to the home position Maintaining and Transporting Your Scanner Page 55 2 Reinstall the unit's shipping screw in the hole marked CLAMP. Maintaining and Transporting Your Scanner Page 56 Troubleshooting This chapter helps you solve scanner problems. It includes the following sections: Diagnosing Problems Upgrading Your System Problems and Solutions Diagnosing Problems Some problems can involve your software or computer, such as: Incorrect setup of the SCSI interface Inappropriate selection of the scanner functions Incorrect setup of your computer or software Incorrect operation of your scanner software If an error occurs, check the scanner's indicator lights. See Indicator Lights to determine what kind of error it is, and try the suggested solutions. See the documentation that came with your software, computer, and printer for other possible solutions. Troubleshooting Page 57 Indicator Lights If an error occurs, the scanner stops operating. ERROR light On READY light On Error type Solution Command The scanner has received incorrect commands from your error scanning software. [. . . ] 1-12, 14-25, 35-37, 39, 40, 42 13 26-33 34 38 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Signal GND NC DB0-DB7 DBP TERMPWR ATN BSY ACK RST MSG SEL C/D REQ I/O I/O -- -- I/O I/O -- I I/O I I O I/O O O O Description Ground Not used Data bus 0-7 Data bus parity Terminator power Attention Busy Acknowledge Reset Message Select Command/data Request Input/output Specifications Page 77 Initialization Methods The scanner can be initialized (returned to a fixed set of conditions) in the following ways: Type Method When the scanner receives a SCSI Reset signal from the SCSI interface. Software initialization When software sends the ESC @ (initialize the scanner) command. When the scanner receives a SCSI Bus Device Message. Hardware initialization When the scanner is turned on. Specifications Page 78 Auto Document Feeder Specifications Basic Specifications Feeder type Document feeding Multiple sizes Reliability Sheet through, face up loading, face down ejecting, roller friction Pages are center aligned, fed face up from the top of the stack, and ejected face down Unavailable; all documents in a stack must be the same size 100, 000 sheets or 5 years paper feeding life 100, 000 sheets or 5 years paper ejecting life 30, 000 hinge closings Width: 12. 2 inches (310 mm) Depth: 20. 8 inches (528 mm) Height: 3. 6 inches (92 mm) 9. 9 lb (4. 5 kg) Dimensions Weight Documents Supported Document size Feeding Capacity Ejecting Capacity Paper quality Compatible paper types Letter, Legal, A4, B5, 3 × 6 inch (check-size) 30 sheets of 21 lb (80 g/m2) paper: A4, Letter or smaller 100 sheets High quality bond or thermal paper High quality paper, average quality paper, ink jet paper (fine and super-fine), bond paper Specifications Page 79 Incompatible paper types Tracing paper, OHP film, or label sheets Coated paper (such as photo quality and glossy paper) Pasted, carbon, catalog, or specialty fiber paper (such as rice paper) Stapled, clipped, torn, curled, bent, or holed paper Multipart forms 0. 0028 to 0. 0063 inch (0. 07 to 0. 16 mm) 13. 9 to 34 lb (52. 3 to 127. 9 g/m2) Paper thickness Paper weight Electrical Power supply Supplied through the scanner 24 ± 10% VDC 5 ± 10% VDC Approximately 22 W 10 m or more at 500 VDC (between AC line and chassis) 1000 VAC per minute (between AC line and chassis) Case: Operated properly at 10 KV or less Metal: Operated properly at 7 KV or less Power consumption Insulation resistance Dielectric strength Resistance to static electric noise Specifications Page 80 Environmental Specifications Temperature Humidity Operating 41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C) 20% to 85% without condensation Storage ­4 to 140 °F (­20 to 60 °C) 95% or less without condensation Resistance to vibration 0. 2 G / 5 to 55 Hz in all 2 G / 5 to 55 Hz in all directions directions Drop test height Operating conditions 24. 2 inches (62 cm) when packed Ordinary office or home conditions Extremely dusty conditions should be avoided Operation under direct sunlight or near a strong light source should be avoided (if paper thickness is over 110 g/m2, operating conditions are 59 to 77 °F (15 to 25 °C), 40% to 70% RH) Safety Approvals Safety regulations CE markings UL1950 FCC Directive 89/336 EEC, 92/31 EEC, 73/23 EEC Specifications Page 81 Transparency Unit Specifications Basic Specifications Type Light source Color separation Supported documents Maximum read area Film guides Fixed-document transparency scanning unit White cold cathode fluorescent lamp (Xenon) RGB color filter separation Positive and negative film; transparencies; reflective documents (with reflective document mat installed) 8. 5 × 11. 7 inches (216 × 297 mm) 35 mm filmstrip guide 35 mm slide transparency guide 4 × 5-inch film guide 120/220-size (medium format) film guide 100, 000 cycles (main unit) 800 dpi (main scan) 3200 dpi (sub scan) with Micro Step Drive technology Width: 12. 8 inches (324 mm) Depth: 21. 3 inches (540 mm) Height: 3. 6 inches (92 mm) Approximately 11 lb (5 kg) Reliability Maximum hardware resolution Dimensions Weight Specifications Page 82 Electrical Power supply Supplied from the scanner 24 VDC 5 VDC 24 VDC: 0. 6 A 5 VDC: 0. 1 A Specifications Temperature Humidity Operating conditions Operating 41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C) 10% to 80% without condensation Storage ­4 to 140 °F (­20 to 60 °C) 10% to 85% without condensation Power consumption Environmental Ordinary office or home conditions Extremely dusty conditions should be avoided Operation under direct sunlight or near a strong light source should be avoided Specifications Page 83 Glossary additive primary colors bit bit/pixel brightness carriage color correction The colors of red, green and blue (RGB) --which give the perception of white when fully added. These are the colors of the color system used with monitors and scanners. [. . . ]

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