User manual NIKON LS 2000 & LS-2000,MV

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[. . . ] 35 mm Film Scanner LS-2000 User's Guide Cautions • The reproduction of this manual in whole or in part is prohibited save in cases in which Nikon’s prior permission has been obtained. The information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice. Nikon has made every effort to produce a perfect manual, but should you find any mistakes, we would be grateful if you would kindly let us know. The address of Nikon’s representative in your area is provided separately. [. . . ] Set the terminator switch on the rear of the scanner to ON TERMINATOR OFF ON 2. Connect the SCSI cable to either of the two SCSI connectors on the rear of the scanner and connect the other end to the next device in the chain Scanner only external device in chain 100–240V~ 0. Set the terminator switch on the rear of the scanner to OFF TERMINATOR OFF ON 2. Connect the SCSI cable from one of the devices in the chain to either of the connectors on the rear of the scanner, then connect a cable to the remaining connector and attach the other end to a connector on the next device in the chain 100–240V~ 0. Confirm that the last device in the chain is terminated Note: If the last device in the chain has an unused SCSI connector, a separate terminator should be attached to it, even if the device is connected to the SCSI chain using a through terminator. Setup SCSI connection checklist • Turn off the computer, the LS-2000, and all SCSI devices before connecting the scanner. € Be sure that the devices at both ends of the SCSI chain are terminated. If the host computer is a Macintosh, the chain will already be terminated at the computer end. In the case of IBM PC/AT compatibles in a chain which contains external devices only, the chain should be terminated at the SCSI board. In the case of a chain which includes internal devices, you may need to remove termination from the board and terminate the last internal device. The maximum number of SCSI devices that can be connected in a single chain is eight, including the computer and any internal SCSI devices such as hard disks or CD-ROM drives. The total length of cabling in the SCSI chain should be no more than six meters (twenty feet). € • Safety Precautions • Do not damage the SCSI cabling’s protective insulation. Do not forcibly tug or bend SCSI cables, place cables under heavy objects or expose them to heat or flame. When disconnecting cables, handle the cable by the connector, not by the cable itself. Should the insulation be damaged or the internal wiring exposed, replace the cable immediately. Setup Step 5—Set the scanner’s SCSI ID Each device in the SCSI chain has a unique ID, which is a number between zero and seven that the computer uses to distinguish between different devices. When connecting the LS-2000 to a SCSI chain, the scanner’s SCSI ID must be set to a number that is not shared by any of the other devices, including the computer itself. The scanner’s SCSI ID is indicated by the SCSI ID dial on the rear panel. € SCSI ID 4 5 2 3 6 7 0 When choosing another ID for the scanner, bear in mind that the computer will usually have an ID of either “0” or “7, ” and that internal hard disks often have IDs of “0” or “1. € In the case of Macintosh computers, the computer will have an ID of “7, ” while the internal hard disk and CD-ROM drive often have IDs of “0” and “3, ” respectively. In general, it is recommended that you set the scanner’s ID to any number other than zero, one, three, and seven that is not used by another SCSI device. [. . . ] adjust brightness , contrast , and color balance by dragging the sliders. Step 13—Scan the selected crop Once you have selected a crop and adjusted scanner controls to your satisfaction, click the scan button. The selected crop will be scanned and transferred to the host application or to an image window in Nikon Scan. Depending on the application used or Nikon Scan Preference settings, the scan window may close when scanning is complete. [. . . ]

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