Xerox DocuPrint N24 Finisher Installer User Guide Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Xerox DocuPrint N24 Finisher Installer User Guide Manual PDF

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Features ... 7

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Job Offsetting ... 16

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This document is for use with the DocuPrint N24 and N32 printers... Because most of the printers features and functionality are shared by both the DocuPrint N24 and DocuPrint N32, this document uses the name DocuPrint N32 when referring to both printers... This document uses the generic name finisher to refer to the DocuPrint N24/N32 Finisher in the remainder of this document...

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6 X e r o x D o c u P r i n t N 2 4 / N 3 2 F i n i s h e r U s e r G u i d e

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Built-in Stapler The stapler can staple sets of up to 50 sheets... It has three stapling modes (Front for portrait, Back for landscape, and Dual for booklet mode)... The customer-replaceable stapling unit contains 5,000 staples which are packaged as a supply item, in sets of three, for a total of 15,000 staples per package... The finisher comes with one staple cartridge of 5,000 staples...

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Each finisher bin senses not only the height of each stack, but also the number of stapled sets delivered to each stack... When the number of stapled sets delivered to the bin reaches 100 for long edge feed (LEF) paper sizes, or 50 for short edge feed (SEF) paper sizes, as shown in Table 1 on page 10, the bin is reported as full...

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Unload Button The Unload Button temporarily interrupts printing and places the finisher in the home position to allow the operator to remove output... It also signals the controller to sense stack height in the bins and resume printing after the stack has been removed... Figure 1 on page 6 illustrates the position of the unload button...

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Bin Capacity Each finisher Bin is capable of stacking up to 667 sheets of 20 lb... paper for long edge feed (LEF) paper sizes and 334 sheets for short edge feed (SEF) paper sizes...

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Figure 2 illustrates the approximate position of staples for Letter, Statement, and Executive paper in Portrait, Landscape, and Inverse Landscape Modes based upon the UI parameters indicated in the left hand column...

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Figure 3 illustrates the approximate position of staples for A4 paper in Portrait, Landscape, and Inverse Landscape Modes based upon the UI parameters indicated in the left hand column...

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Figure 4 illustrates the approximate position of staples for A5 paper in Portrait, Landscape, and Inverse Landscape Modes based upon the UI parameters indicated in the left hand column...

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Figure 5 illustrates the approximate position of staples for A3 paper in Portrait, Landscape, and Inverse Landscape Modes based upon the UI parameters indicated in the left hand column...

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Figure 6 illustrates the approximate position of staples for Ledger, Legal, and Folio paper in Portrait, Landscape, and Inverse Landscape Modes based upon the UI parameters indicated in the left hand column...

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Job Offsetting The finisher, like the Face-Down Bin, supports offsetting output between successive jobs or multiple collated sets of a single job... A system parameter configures the offset function to OFF (no offset), or ON (toggle offset portion of sequential jobs or multiple collated sets of a single job... )

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Table 2 defines printer operation, based upon the Output Timeout setting, when the requested finisher bin is full... The Output Timeout setting can be selected from the System Menu... If the Output Timeout setting allows printed output to be redirected to an alternative bin, that bin is used until the original output bin again becomes available... This occurs when the original requested finisher bin is emptied... Printing is redirected to the original bin at the next job boundary... If the current job was re-directed to an alternative bin, the re-direction remains in effect until the last page of the job becomes available...

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All pages currently in the compiler bin are ejected into the finisher bin unstapled... The remainder of the document is directed to the compiler bin with the new duplex mode, until the end of the job is reached, or until another change in duplex mode occurs...

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When the finisher is installed, it is reflected in the System Menu in two options: Output Destination and Staple Mode... Those options are illustrated in Figure 7... Finisher tasks performed with the System Menu are listed in Table 4 on page 20...

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The table below lists Control Panel messages, along with their corrective actions, that are specific to the finisher... These messages supplement those already described in the other DocuPrint N32 documentation...

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ACTION: Open Doors G and H and remove jammed paper... Refer to the sections Clearing Area G (page 27) and Clearing Area H (page 28)...

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ACTION: Slide the guide rail into position... Make sure it is securely snapped into the console... Check to see that the thumb screw that connects it to the finisher is hand tightened...

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The printer will pause during a stapling job when the staple cartridge is empty... Follow these steps to place a new staple cartridge into the finisher...

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3 Remove the empty cardboard from the cartridge by pressing the clear plastic tab on the top rear of the cartridge as the hand on the right is doing in the figure...

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1 Lift the plastic roll cover under the paper transport, using the tab as indicated... Remove any paper under the roll cover... Release the roll cover when you have removed the paper

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Clearing Area F Follow the procedure below when the Control Panel display reads: Paper Jam Clear Area F...

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Clearing Area H Follow the procedure below when the Control Panel display reads: Paper Jam Clear Area H...

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For easy operation, maintenance and replacement of consumables, you should select a location for the printer that leaves the minimum clearances around the finisher as shown in Figure 8 and Figure 9...

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Precautions Please leave a minimum of 36 inches (900 mm) above the printer when the finisher is installed...

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Productivity Up to 32 PPM (Simplex) in continuous running mode with N32 Printer

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Table 7 lists the PCL and PJL commands to select output destination... The values listed in the PJL column are the settings associated with the PJL OUTBIN variable...

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Base Printer with Finisher This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules... These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment... This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications... Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense...

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European Markets CE Certification The CE marking applied to this product symbolizes Xerox Limited Declaration of Conformity with the following applicable directives of the European Union as of the dates indicated:

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