Canon FB1200S user manual

User manual for the device Canon FB1200S

Device: Canon FB1200S
Size: 2,27 MB
Date of adding : 2014-08-01 12:36:57
Number of pages: 82
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Canon Color Image Scanner
CanoScan FB1200S
Product
Guide

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How to Make Best Use of the Manuals Printed Manual Electronic Manual CanoScan FB1200S CanoScan FB1200S Quick Start Guide Product Guide Describes operating procedure from set up and Explains in detail how to use the scanner software installation to scanning and confirmation and optional ADF When you of operation. Please read before using the scanner open the box Learn about operating the for the first time. scanner and optional ADF. Windows Macintosh Learn advanced techniques for scanning after r

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How to Use the Product Guide This guide provides in-depth information on individual topics related to the CanoScan FB1200S color image scanner and the accompanying software CD-ROM. If you haven’t already read the Quick Start Guide, we recommend that you follow its suggestions first before consulting this guide. Organization The guide deals with scanner and software topics that could not be covered in the Quick Start Guide. Each topic is intended to be read as a separate unit. You need only re

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Conventions Important information in this guide is indicated by the following symbols. • This symbol indicates precautions that must be taken when operating the equipment. WARNING Ensure that you read all warnings. • This symbol indicates supplementary operating procedures and other useful information. NOTE Use of shielded cable is necessary to comply with technical requirements of the EMC Directive. Disclaimer 1. While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this

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Table of Contents Features of the CanoScan FB1200S ............................................................................... 8 Safety Precautions ................................................................................................. 10 Operating Requirements ............................................................................................. 14 Components Guide....................................................................................................... 17 How

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Automatic Document Feeder 33 Components Guide....................................................................................................... 34 ADF-S9 ........................................................................................................................ 34 Option Cable.............................................................................................................. 35 Attaching the ADF to the Scanner ..........................................................

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Appendices 60 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................... 61 Problems with Software Installation ........................................................................ 62 Problems Starting Software Programs ..................................................................... 63 Problems with the Scanner ....................................................................................... 65 Problems with Scannin

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Features of the CanoScan FB1200S This scanner is a flatbed color scanner with 1200 dpi optical resolution incorporating the following features. • Fine Color Tones and High Resolution Achieves a maximum optical resolution of 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi. The 1200 dpi primary scan (horizontally across document) is realized with VAROS, the proprietary Canon system short for VAriable Refraction Optical System. VAROS is a two-pass scanning technique that combines the results of the scanning unit's first pass

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• Optional Film Adapter Unit The FAU-S10 optional film adapter unit allows films and transparencies to be scanned singly or in batches, increasing the versatility of this high-quality scanner. Refer to the manual accompanying the FAU-S10. • Optional Automatic Document Feeder The ADF-S9 optional automatic document feeder permits hands-free operation for up to 20 sheets, a convenient timesaving feature. See Automatic Document Feeder, in this guide. • It is illegal to reproduce currency, bills, neg

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Safety Precautions Please read and take the following precautions before using the equipment. WARNING Warns against operations that may lead to death or injury if performed incorrectly. Pay attention to these warnings to permit the safe use of the equipment. CAUTION Cautions against operations that may lead to injury to persons or damage to property if performed incorrectly. Pay attention to this information to permit the safe use of the equipment. About Locations WARNING • Do not place the

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CAUTION • Do not place the equipment in the following areas. Fire or electric shocks may result. - Areas with high humidity - Areas subject to direct sunlight - Areas with high temperatures - Areas near open flames • Do not place the equipment on shaky stands, unstable surfaces or surfaces subject to frequent vibrations. If the equipment falls, it may cause injuries. • Do not place heavy objects on the equipment. Objects may fall and cause injuries. About the Power Supply WARNING • Do not d

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• As a rule, do not use electrical extension cords. They could cause fires or electric shocks. If the use of an extension cord is necessary, do not use one longer than 5 meters (15 feet). Make sure that the extension cord is not twisted, and that the power cord of the AC adapter is fully plugged into the extension cord. Do not use multiple extension cords. • Do not use extension cords in high traffic areas where they can be stepped on or tripped over. This could damage the cords and result in

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• Do not use flammable sprays near this equipment. Also do not spill water, other liquids, or flammable liquids on the equipment. Contact between the internal components and these fluids may result in fire or electric shocks. If anything enters this equipment, immediately unplug the power cord and contact the Canon Customer Care Center. • When cleaning the equipment, always unplug the power cord. Otherwise you could start a fire or receive an electric shock. • When cleaning the equipment, us

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Operating Requirements To use this scanner safely, operate it within the guidelines specified below. • Operate the equipment in an area where the following temperature and humidity conditions can be met. Ambient Temperature: 41 - 95 F (5 - 35 Celsius) Humidity: 10% - 90% RH (without condensation formation) • Operate the equipment with the supplied electrical cords at the voltages and amperage specified for this equipment. • Make certain there is plenty of free air space around the scanner for co

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• Set up the scanner within the reach of the cable. • Do not place the scanner in areas with large fluctuations in temperature or humidity. Also do not move the equipment rapidly between areas with high and low humidity. Condensation may cause image errors. After moving from a high humidity area to a low humidity area, allow the scanner sufficient time to adapt to the new condition before use. • Do not place the equipment in an area subject to direct sunlight. The humidity may rise inside the

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Environments subject to shocks, smoke, Locations near TVs or devices generating noxious fumes, water vapor or dust strong magnetic fields Locations subject to strong direct Environments in which the air is salty or sunlight greasy 16

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Components Guide Lock Switch Locks and unlocks the Document Cover scanning unit Holds documents in place Alignment Mark Align document edges here Document Glass Place documents here Start Button Scanning Unit Starts the accompanying Core component of the scanner, comprising software, ScanGear Toolbox CS the light source and sensing units (Usually (Windows) or CanoScan found at the back of the scanner) Toolbox CS (Macintosh). • Always unlock the scanner before plugging in the AC adapter. Operati

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SCSI DC15V SCSI ID 124TERM OPTION ON Dip Switch SCSI Connector D-sub 25-pin SCSI interface cable connects here Power Connector SCSI Connector Half-pitch type 50-pin SCSI The accompanying AC adapter interface cable connects here plug connects here AC adapter Power cord • This scanner does not have a power switch. NOTE 18

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How to Use the Scanner Connecting to the Computer......20 Positioning Documents (No ADF) ....29 Transporting the Scanner ...........31 19 *FB1200S_PG19-32 19 4/19/99, 7:33 PM

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Connecting to the Computer Connecting Two or More SCSI Devices When connecting two or more SCSI devices (including this scanner), be careful of the following points. About Daisy Chain Configurations When connecting multiple SCSI devices to the computer, connect them in a series as shown below. This configuration is called a “daisy chain”. Normally, several SCSI devices can be connected to a single SCSI controller. (The number of SCSI devices and the requirements for connection depend on the SCSI


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