Toshiba 5520c user manual

User manual for the device Toshiba 5520c

Device: Toshiba 5520c
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Date of adding : 2013-03-23 12:43:13
Number of pages: 288
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File No. SME08000800
R080621G1100-TTEC
Ver00_2008-11

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Trademarks Fiery is a registered trademark of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and/or certain other foreign jurisdictions. Company names and product names in this manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. © 2008 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION. No patent liability is a

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Revision Record File No. SME08000800 Date Rev.No Item Descriptions Remarks

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Purpose of the Imaging Manual The Imaging Manual is intended for customers using the Toshiba e-STUDIO5520C/6520C/6530C with a variety of specific needs and inquiries for high image quality, such as: How to obtain a clearer copy image How to maintain the current image quality How to make the text look sharper on the copy The Toshiba MFPs are factory-configured to provide image quality settings that satisfy the majority of customers. However, these settings may not be necessarily op

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Purpose of the Imaging Manual Icons The following icons used in this manual denote the following: : • Copy ——— An adjustment having an effect on copying in the Black mode (excluding the Image smoothing mode) • Printer ——– An adjustment having an effect on Black and White mode printing * The adjustment will be effective, if "Black and White" is selected from among the "Color" options on the Windows printer driver or if "Mono" is selected from among the "Color Type" options on the Maci

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Table of Contents 1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) 1.1 To Obtain a Darker Image ............................................................................1-1 1.2 To Adjust the Density on a Solid Colored Image ..........................................1-5 1.3 To Achieve the Image Quality Most Suitable for the Paper Used (To eliminate blur and graininess from an image) ...1-10 1.4 To Minimize Variations in the Image Quality under the Operating

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Table of Contents 2.16 To Adjust the Twin-Color Copy Image Quality ............................................2-66 2.16.1 To Adjust the Tint of Colors other than Black ...........................................2-67 2.16.2 To Adjust the Reproducibility of Black in the Red and Black Mode ..........2-68 2.16.3 To Adjust the Boundary between Black and Colors other than Black.......2-69 2.17 To Adjust the Image Quality Scanned from the RADF................................2-70 2.18 To Progra

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Table of Contents 3.20 To Ignore Blank Pages for Printing .............................................................3-79 3.21 To Sharply Print Black Text ........................................................................3-82 3.22 To Prevent Dark Toner from Coming Off ....................................................3-92 3.23 To Register the Image Quality Adjusted Corresponding to a Preference (To use the Custom Color Settings) ........................3-94 3.24 To Print a Ful

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Table of Contents 5.4 To Scan the Original, while Reducing the File Size ......................................5-7 5.4.1 To Reduce the File Size by Changing the Options when Scanning the Original .........5-8 5.4.2 To Reduce the File Size in Slim PDF ...........................................................5-11 5.5 To Sharply Scan the Original (To increase the sharpness intensity) ..........5-13 5.6 To Scan an Original, while Enhancing Black ...........................................

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) 1.1 To Obtain a Darker Image Before the adjustment After the adjustment The output image looks light and blurred. The output image looks darker and sharper. Explanation When an original containing photo images or gradational images is printed, the output image sometimes looks light and blurred. Perform image quality control or automatic calibration, and adjust the transfer roller bias output, in order

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) To adjust the copy image quality Use steps (a) through (i) to perform automatic calibration. (a) Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the Control Panel to enter the "User Functions" menu. (b) Press the [ADMIN] tab. (c) Enter the 6 to 10 digit administrator password. Press the [ENTER] button. (d) Press the [GENERAL] button. (e) Press the [CALIBRATION] button. (f) Press the [COPY] button. (g) Press the [CALIBRATI

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) (2) Enter adjustment mode [05]. Change the values for codes [2934 to 2937] to adjust the transfer (2nd transfer) roller bias output. (Adjust the offset voltage of transfer roller bias so as to increase the density of the image.) • The code to use varies depending on the paper type. Adjust the value for [05] code corresponding to the paper type for which you would like to improve the image quality. Set the value

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) * The table below shows you the acceptable paper weight for the paper type. Paper type Acceptable paper weight Plain paper 64 to 105 g/m² 16 to 20 lb. Bond Thick 1 106 to 163 g/m² Max. 60 lb. Cover Thick 2 164 to 209 g/m² Max. 110 lb. Index Thick 3 210 to 256 g/m² Max. 140 lb. Index Thick 4 257 to 300 g/m² Max. 110 lb. Cover • After adjusting the transfer roller bias output, perform automatic calibration in t

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) 1.2 To Adjust the Density on a Solid Colored Image If the density is decreased If the density is increased The solid colored area becomes lighter. The solid colored area becomes darker. Explanation In thick paper printing, the density of a solid colored image can be made darker to enhance it or lighter in order to match with the type or color of the original. • The function described in thi

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) Procedures * The service technician must perform the adjustment in accordance with the procedures below. (1) Enter setting mode [08]. Change the value to adjust the density of a solid area during the copying/printing operation. • Use steps (a) to (b) to perform the adjustment. (a) Enter setting mode [08]. Change the values for codes [2514/2515/2546] to adjust the developer bias output value. * The value

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) Code setting values Correction value for developer bias Density of the solid colored Value output area 0 Value automatically set −80 Light 1 Value automatically set −60 ↑ 2 Value automatically set −40 ↑ 3 Value automatically set −20 ↑ 4 Value automatically set −10 ↑ 5 Value automatically set ↑ 6 Value automatically set +10 Default 7 Value automatically set +20 ↓ 8 Value automatically set +40 ↓ 9 Value auto

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) Automatic calibration In paper types whose density has been adjusted, automatic calibration is performed for all MFP modes in the following table. However, automatic calibration for each paper type can be performed separately by changing the value of 08-9059 from "0" (default) to "1". Automatic calibration only for paper types whose density has been adjusted can also be performed; however, it is recommende

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) Caution after the adjustment • The adjustment may possibly cause an increase in the amount of toner consumed, scattering of the toner, diminished photo images or gradations (less accurate reproducibility of halftones), extremely dark images (decreased resolving power), extremely light images (faint thin lines), and shorten the life of the consumables. Therefore, carefully perform the adjustment, while checking t

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1. General Adjustments – Copying, Printing and e-Filing (Output from Box) 1.3 To Achieve the Image Quality Most Suitable for the Paper Used (To eliminate blur and graininess from an image) Before the adjustment After the adjustment The image looks grained, depending on the A clear image quality, most suitable for a type type of paper. of paper used, is obtained. Explanation The image sometimes looks slightly blurred or grained on the copy or printout, depending on the typ


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