Canon PRISMAsync High Capacity Stacker-H1 Operation Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Canon PRISMAsync High Capacity Stacker-H1 Operation Guide PDF

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Error location labels... 30 Remove an error sheet from the internal error tray (A1)... 32 Clear a paper jam in the input paper path (A2-A5)... 33 Clear a paper jam in the input paper path of the registration unit (A6-A7)... 35 Clear a paper jam in the paper path (B1)... 37 Clear a paper jam in the horizontal paper path (B2-B5)... 39 Clear a paper jam at the flip wheel (C1)... 41

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CANON INC... MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT... CANON INC... SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS MATERIAL...

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WARNING Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or injury to persons if not performed correctly... To use the machine safely, always pay at- tention to these warnings...

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8 Chapter 1 - Preface Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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8 Stack tray The stack tray receives the prints and transfers the stack of prints to the eject tray... After the transfer, the stack tray moves back up and the filling can continue... 4

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9 Eject tray The eject tray receives the stack from the stack tray... Then the eject tray moves horizontally out of the stacker... When the eject tray is outside the stacker, you can re- move the stack... In the meantime, the filling of the stack tray can continue... When you empty the eject tray regu- larly, the printer can continue printing... This maximises the productivity...

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C Eject button... The eject button LED can have the following statuses: Off: Normal situation Blinking slowly (green): The stack will be ejected at the next possible set

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All stack height indicators are lit... The stack height comes close to the factory default value of 302 mm (11... 9")... Stacks with a height of maximum 302 mm (11... 9") are always ejected properly... For higher stacks, there is a risk that the top sheets touch the underside of the slide door when ejected...

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14 Chapter 2 - Parts and their function Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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1... Confirm that the power plug is plugged securely into a power outlet... 2... Open the power switch cover... 3... Press the ON side (I) of the power switch to turn the stacker on... 4... Close the power switch cover...

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1... Open the power switch cover... 2... Press the OFF side (O) of the power switch to turn the stacker off... 3... Close the power switch cover... 4... If required, disconnect the power plug to cut off the power supply to the stacker completely...

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The stack will be ejected on the next possible set boundary... Then the filling of the stacker continues... Therefore, the stack will usually contain com- plete sets...

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Maximum tray filling To optimise the productivity, you can set the stack height to maximum 355 mm (14... 0")... Due to curl and an uneven toner coverage of sheets, a slanting stack can occur... This can result in sheets falling off the stack during the ejection because these sheets can touch the un- derside of the slide door... See the section 'Set the maxi- mum stack height'...

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Offset stacking Offset stacking means that each set is shifted on top of the previous set to create a visible distinction between sets... You can define a value from 0-15 mm (0-0... 6") for the stack tray only... When you set the value to 0 you get the straightest stacks possible... When the value is 0 while offset stacking is enabled, for example in a workflow profile, the offset stacking setting will be overruled... The sheets will be stacked without offset... Factory default value: 15 mm (0... 6")...

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1... Access the Settings Editor on the PRISMAsync controller... 2... Click [Preferences] - [Print job defaults]... 3... Scroll down to the [Stacker] section... 4... Click the setting you want to change... 5... Change the value... 6... Click [OK]...

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The maximum stack height is 355 mm (14") or 3,000 sheets A4/LTR (80 g/m / 20 lb bond)... However, to guarantee a safe ejection of the stack, the factory default is set to 302 mm (11... 9")... Depending on your needs, you can set the maximum stack height to a higher or lower value... When the stack reaches the specified height, the stack is ejected...

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A set exceeds the minimum filling level The controller calculates whether the next set can be added to the stack... If the total stack height, including the next set, is still lower than the maximum stack height, then the next set is added to the stack... If the total stack height, including the next set, will become higher than the maximum stack height, then the next set is added to the next output tray available... The stack will be ejected after the current set is ready...

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Punched media can create a slanting stack... To prevent sheets from sliding off the stack, you can limit the maximum stack height to 250 mm (9... 8"), for example... The stacker: Fills the stack tray up to the specified height of 250 mm (9... 8")... Ejects the stack... Puts the rest of the job on the next output tray available...

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The sets are stacked... At the end of each set, the controller calculates whether the next set will fit... When the next set will not fit, the set is delivered to the next output tray available...

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Job 1 is stacked until a height of 302 mm (11... 9") is reached... Then the stack with the partial job 1 is ejected... The rest of job 1 is deposited on the stack tray... After you empty the stacker, job 2 will be deposited the same way... Job 2 will not be deposited on top of job 1... The keep-jobs-together function prevails...

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Examples of using the [Maximum stack height] and the [Minimum filling level] settings

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The stacker has various labels inside that indicate error locations... You can access these locations to remove error sheets or jammed paper...

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Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting 31 Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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32 Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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CAUTION When you turn the knob, be careful not to get your fingers caught...

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34 Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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CAUTION When you turn the knob, be careful not to get your fingers caught... 4

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CAUTION If the lower input paper path of the registration unit also con tains jammed paper, only au thorised and trained persons are allowed to remove the jam med paper...

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Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting 37 Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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CAUTION When you close the top cover, be careful not to get your fin gers caught...

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Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting 39 Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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CAUTION When you close the top cover, be careful not to get your fin gers caught...

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Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting 41 Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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42 Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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NOTE The EasyLift is delivered with a user guide... Refer to the EasyLift user guide for more information... This section contains a brief description for reference only...

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CAUTION Do not lift more than 15 kg (33 lb) to avoid physical injuries... Please observe the national health and safety regulations in your country...

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46 Chapter 6 - Options Canon High Capacity Stacker-H1

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Paper size/weight/type Paper size (Top tray, stack tray, eject tray): A3, B4, A4R, A4, B5R, B5, A5R LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMTR, SRA3, EXEC, EXECR 11" x 17", 12" x 18", 13" x 19" Custom sizes: 140 mm x 182 mm - 330... 2 mm x 487... 7 mm (5... 5" x 7... 2" - 13... 0" x 19... 2")

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Main parts Eject tray... 10 Front cover... 10 Front door... 10 Power switch... 10 Power switch cover... 10 Slide door... 10 Stack tray... 10 Stacker control panel... 10 Top cover... 10 Top tray... 10

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