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Names and Functions of Control Panel Keys

  • This figure shows an optional Keypad KP-101 installed.

No.

Name

Description

1

Touch Panel

Displays setting screens and messages.

Directly press this panel to carry out operations.

2

[Menu]

Tap this key to display the Main Menu. The [Menu] lights up in blue color during the Main Menu is being displayed.

The Main Menu displays shortcut keys assigned to selected functions, enabling you to quickly access a desired function.

  • For details, refer to Here.

[Enlarge Display]

Tap this key to change the display of the Touch Panel to Enlarge Display mode. The [Enlarge Display] lights up in blue color during Enlarge Display is being displayed.

  • For details, refer to Here.

[Guidance]

Tap this key to display the Help Menu. The [Guidance] lights up in blue color during the Help Menu is being displayed.

This function displays the explanation and operation procedure of a function on the Touch Panel, enabling you to view them.

  • For details, refer to Here.

[Access]

Tap this key to perform authentication in the Login screen if user authentication or account track is installed on this machine.

Tap [Access] under the login condition to log out.

  • For details, refer to Here.

[Interrupt]

Tap this key to interrupt active jobs on this machine and deal with a quick copy job.

The [Interrupt] lights up in blue color during interrupting where Touch Panel is being [Interrupt Mode in effect.] appears.

  • For details, refer to Here.

[Preview]

Tap this key to display a finishing image with the current settings on the Touch Panel, so that you can view it. This function prints only one copy before processing multiple copies, and enables you to check the proof copy.

This is useful for preventing misprinting from occurring.

3

Keypad

Use this keypad to enter numeric values such as the number of copies or zoom ratio. This keypad is also used to select a numbered setting key.

C (Clear)

All the numeric values(number of pages, magnification, size, etc), which have been entered by keypad, are canceled.

Voice Guide

Allows you to use the voice guidance function, which is one of the advanced functions.

Press this key to start or end the voice guidance when the Enlarge Display, Accessibility, or Guidance screen is displayed on the Touch Panel.

  • For details on how to use the voice guidance, refer to Here.

  • To use the voice guidance, install┬áthe optional Upgrade Kit UK-204, i-Option LK-104 v3, and Local Interface Kit.

Hold down Voice Guide to display the Help Menu.

4

Reset

Press this key to reset the settings you entered or changed on the Control Panel.

5

Stop

Press this key to temporarily stop an active copy, scan, or print job.

  • To restart, press the Start key.

  • To delete, select a target job in the currently stopped screen, then tap [Delete].

6

Start

Press this key to start an operation such as copying, scanning, faxing, or printing.

  • Lights up blue: This machine is ready to start operating.

  • Lights up orange: This machine is not ready to start operating.

If this indicator lamp lights up orange, check whether any warning or message is displayed on the Touch Panel.

7

Register Key 1 to Register Key 3

Press each key to switch the display of the Touch Panel to a function assigned to a Register key.

  • By default, the Register keys are assigned as follows. Register Key 1: [Scan/Fax], Register Key 2: [Copy], Register Key 3: [10 Keypad]

  • A function to be assigned to a Register key can be changed to suit your environment. For details, refer to Here.

8

Power key

Press this key to switch this machine to the Power Save mode.

  • If the Power key is pressed briefly while this machine is active, the Power Save mode is turned on and the display of the Touch Panel is turned off to reduce power consumption. This machine returns to the normal mode when it receives data or faxes or when the user operates the Touch Panel.

  • If the Power key is held down while this machine is active, the sub power is turned off to reduce power consumption. While the sub power is turned off, this machine can receive data or faxes, however, it cannot scan or print an original. If data or faxes are received while the sub power is turned off, they are printed when the machine returns to the normal mode.

  • To reduce power consumption during the standby mode, you can use the Power key as a Sub Power Off key. For details on how to use the Power key, refer to Here.

9

Warning Indicator

Indicates the status of this machine by the lamp color, flashing, or a lamp lighting up.

  • Flash in orange: Warning

  • Lights up orange: The machine has stopped.

  • If necessary, you can adjust the angle of the Control Panel to make it easier use. For details on the adjustment, refer to Here.