Xerox Plockmatic MPS XL Stacker Operating Instructions PDF

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Summary of Content for Xerox Plockmatic MPS XL Stacker Operating Instructions PDF

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Introduction This manual contains instructions on the operation and maintenance of this machine... To get maximum versatility from this machine all operators should carefully read and follow the instructions in this manual... Keep this manual in a handy place near the machine... Please read the Safety Information before using this machine... It contains information related to USER SAFETY and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS...

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Turn off the power and disconnect the power plug (by pulling the plug, not the cable) if any of the following conditions exists: You drop objects or spill something into the equipment... You suspect that your equipment needs service or repair... Your equipments covers has been damaged... You notice unusual noises or odours when operating the equipment... If the power cable or plug becomes worn out or otherwise damaged... Before cleaning and care (unless otherwise specifically instructed)...

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representative who has completed the training course on those models... Always follow all warnings marked on, or supplied with, the equipment... When you disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet, always pull the plug (not the cable)... Undock the Stacker before you move the machine... While moving the machine, always exercise

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Table positioning lever ... 17 Pause / Resume button ... 17 LED bar ... 17 Fan speed adjustment ... 18 Software version ... 18 Status LED ... 19 Sheet counter ... 19

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The Stacker is a universal Multi-Purpose Stacker, a robust stacker that assists operators with paper stacking and handling during the finishing process... The Stacker attaches inline and is integrated with multiple printers and devices... The motorized tray table eliminates lifting of heavy paper stacks... The Stacker has an easy-to-use spring-loaded docking mechanism and sits on four casters, enabling easy transportation of paper stacks within a facility... The Multi-Purpose Stacker has adjustable Sheet Guide, Long Sheet Guide and Long Sheet End Stop which allow the user to quickly adjust the machine for different paper sizes... It can stack papers as small as 210mm (8... 27) x 210mm (8... 27) all the way up to paper that is 330mm / 13 wide and 1200mm / 47... 2 long...

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I... End Stop Adjustment Knobs (2x) J... Infeed Sensor (not visible) K... Small Cover Plate L... Table Extension Locking Knob... M... Guide Pins (2x) N... Guide Pin Holes (2x) O... Docking Guide Plates (2x)

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P... Stacker Table Q... Tower Cover R... Infeed Side Guide S... Paper Stack Sensor T... Handles U... Sheet Guide V... Sheet Guide Support

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AC... Docking Guide Poles (2x) AD... Docking Bracket

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The Stacker power switch must be on when starting the printer for it to detect the Stacker...

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1 1 Move the Stacker close to the upstream device and dock it... The guide plate slots [C] are spring loaded and will dock with a simple push towards the guide poles [D]...

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To attach or remove the Paper Support, the Paper Support Plungers must be held out of the Positioning Hole and moved to desired position from underneath the Stacker Table... When using the Sheet Guide, the Paper Support should be set to the position closest to the Sheet Guide... When using the Long Sheet End Stop, the Paper Support should be set to half of the paper's length...

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Pause / Resume button Pause / Resume button While printing, the user can push this button to pause the job... When the button is pushed, the stacker will send a soft stop to the printer and the status light on the control panel will blink blue... To resume printing, press the button again...

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Software version Software version The software version is displayed through the LEDs: Switch the Stacker on... Set the Fan Adjustor to illuminate 1 dark blue Indicator LED... Press and hold the Pause/ Resume Button until the light turns purple (approximately 5 seconds)... The top three LEDs will blink in purple to show the software version installed on the Stacker... Then the top three LEDs will blink in yellow to show the software version installed on the Docking Bracket... The number of blinks represents the software version as explained below: Light 1: X Light 2: Y Light 3: Z Version of the software: X... YZ

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Sheet counter Sheet counter The sheet counter is a total count of sheets that have run through the Stacker, not a count of the job... The Stacker sheet counter has no connection to the print engine usage counters...

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****First LED blinks once, third LED blinks three times...

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The Stacker Table will automatically position itself when receiving notification from the printer that a job is coming... Stacker Table ready position will be approximately 2-3 mm (0... 08- 0... 12) under the Paper Stack Sensor... As paper comes in and the Paper Stack Sensor is covered, the Stacker Table will automatically decrement its position by 3 mm (0... 12) steps...

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1... Remove Paper Support (Section 1 - Setting the Paper Support)... At the Sheet Guide Support Midpoint, pivot the Sheet Guide Supports together to the vertical position...

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3... Loosen Sheet Guide Height Knobs (2x) and move to approximately halfway between the top of the Stacker Table and the top of the Sheet Guide Support then tighten Sheet Guide Height Knobs...

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7... Make sure End Stop Adjustment Knobs (2x) (one on each side) are loose to be able to move the Sheet Guide Support... 8... Place paper on Stacker Table and adjust End Stop to correct length +3mm to 5mm (+0... 12" to 0... 20")

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9... Loosen Sheet Guide Height Knobs (2x) and move them down so they are at or slightly below the level of the Stacker Table... See that the Sheet Guide now rests on the Stacker Table and can move up and down freely...

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For paper longer than 715 mm / 28... 1, fold the Sheet Guide Support down and pull out the Stacker Table to the correct length: +3mm to 5mm (+0... 12 to 0... 20) from the edge of the paper... Use the Long Sheet Guide and Long Sheet End Stop...

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3... Remove Paper Support (Section 1 - Setting the Paper Support)... At the Sheet Guide Support Midpoint, pivot the Sheet Guide Supports together to the horizontal position...

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6... Manually move Long Sheet End Stop to the outermost position...

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9... Place paper on Stacker Table and adjust Long Sheet End Stop to correct length +3mm to 5mm (+0... 12 to 0... 20) and Long Sheet Guide to correct width +3mm to 5mm (+0... 12 to 0... 20) on each side...

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For standard sheet sizes up to SRA4/9x12, a full stack of 330mm / 13 will be stackable... As sheet sizes increase, the 40kg (88... 18lbs) weight limit will come into play and maximum stack height will be reduced...

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NOTE: If procedures in this manual do not rectify the problem an authorized technician will be needed... Reading the fault code The fault codes are displayed with the LEDs on the control panel... When a fault occurs, the lights will turn on indicating the number of the fault code in LED(s) either in Red (Hard-Stop = Printer immediately stops) or Yellow (Soft-Stop = Printer finishes batch then stops)... If more than one fault code occurs the Status LED blinks Red, additional fault code(s) can be viewed by toggling the Table Positioning Lever...

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Check for and remove any obstructions on Stacker Table, then check for and remove any obstructions blocking Infeed Side Guides then power off / power on the Stacker...

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Do not operate the equipment if you notice unusual noises or odors... Disconnect the power cord from the power source and call your authorized technician to correct the problem...

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The Infeed Unit Bottom Cover is loose, this allows the safety switch to be released if something is stuck between the Infeed Unit and the Stacker Table... This will stop the ma- chine moving the Stacker Table until the cover is back into operating position...

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The Infeed Unit can tilt; this allows the safety switch to be released if something on the Stacker Table is wider than the Infeed Side Guides... This will stop the machine moving the Stacker Table until the Infeed Unit is back into operating position...

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Always connect the Stacker to a properly grounded power source... If in doubt, have the power source checked by a qualified electrician...

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The sensors need to be cleaned every 500K pages, more frequent cleaning may be required depending on media type...

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The Stacker is capable of stacking paper from 210mm (8... 27) x 210mm (8... 27) up to 330mm (13) x 1200mm (47... 2)... The stack quality depends on paper quality, paper weight, operator setup, printer speed and environmental conditions... If the Paper Guides on the Stacker are set too tightly, jams will occur frequently... If they are set too loosely, the stack quality will be poor... It is up to the operator to set up the machine such that the stack quality is high and the stacker is running smoothly, without jamming... Some papers may not be stackable even if the Stacker is set up properly... A list of machine limitations is found below... Index paper must be fed with the tab on the trailing edge of the sheet... Metallic or other high static medias can be difficult to stack, these may require operator

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Custom Size Minimum Width 210mm (8... 27) Custom Size Maximum Width 330mm (13) Custom Size Minimum Length 210mm (8... 27) Custom Size Maximum Length 1200mm (47... 2) Supported Media The Stacker supports plain,

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The Stacker is capable of stacking paper from 210mm (8... 27) x 210mm (8... 27) up to 330mm (13) x 1200mm (47... 2)... The stack quality depends on paper quality, paper weight, operator setup and environmental conditions... It is up to the operator to set up the machine such that the stack quality is high and the stacker is running smoothly, without jamming...

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