Text preview for : Chap01.pdf part of Toshiba DP80F DP85F DP80F Service Manual

Back to : DP80_85 SM part 1.rar | Home

Chapter 1
1. Features


This machine has following features. High capacity ADF with high-speed scanning: The DP80F/DP85F scans one Letter (A4) size document page in 3 seconds (line density 8 dots/mm x 3.85 lines/mm) and stores it into memory. A maximum of up to 30 letter (A4) sheets may be placed into the ADF at one time. High-speed transmission: The DP85F uses a V.34 modem designed for 33,600 bps communications. The DP80F has a standard V.17 modem that is capable of 14,400 bps communications. Multi-access: Using the multi-access facility, multiple processes can be performed in parallel. Functions, such as transmission reservation during reception, copying during memory transmission/reception, etc. Maximizing the DP80F/DP85F's high-speed scanning and multi-access capabilities provides maximum office productivity and efficiency. Patterns of the multi-access are as follows: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Scan to Memory during Memory Transmission Scan to Memory during Reception Scan to Memory during Substitute Reception Copying during Memory Transmission Copying during Memory Reception Reception during Copying Reception during Memory printing Reception during List printing Scan to Memory during Memory printing Scan to Memory during List printing

Laser recording on plain paper: Recording is performed on fixed sizes of paper - Letter, Legal, A4 - using a laser beam printer. Halftone system: Photographic images are clearly recorded by the 128 grayscales using the error diffusion method. High resolution mode: The DP80F/DP85F can transmit in ultra-fine mode (16 x 15.4).

March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC


DP80F/DP85F Introduction

Recording paper tray(s): A 250-sheet tray, A4 or adjustable to Letter or Legal, is installed as a standard feature. An optional paper tray can be added to enable automatic paper feeding. All recording paper trays use a convenient front loading design. Maximum recording paper capacity is 750 sheets. Image (PIX) memory communication function: Picture data can be stored in the image (PIX) memory. For a delayed transmission, the picture data created by scanning documents is stored in the image memory and to be transmitted at the designated time. Other memory functions include multi-address transmission, substitute reception, ECM communication, etc. The memory size is 1.5MB (DP80F)/3.5MB (DP85F). 38 One touch keys: The remote party's address data can be registered to a one touch key. Communication options can be registered for each address. For further details, see page 1-8. 188/238 Abbreviated dial numbers: 100 (DP80F)/150 (DP85F) abbreviated dial numbers can be assigned in the range from No. 001 to 999. Alternate number dialing: It is possible to assign two facsimile telephone numbers to one abbreviated dial number or one touch dial key (one as the primary telephone number and the other as an alternate telephone number). The facsimile first dials the primary telephone number, then redials if the line is busy until the redialing limit count is reached. It will then begin to dial the alternate number. (Except for Relay/Mailbox/Confidential/Polling) Multi-address transmission function: Transmissions of the same document to multiple addresses (up to 138 (DP80F)/188 (DP85F) addresses) are possible using one operation sequence, in which preset abbreviated dial numbers (100 (DP80F)/150 (DP85F)), and one touch dial keys (38) can be used. When the multikey is specified, key pad dialing of up to 1000 digits, or 100 locations, is also possible. Multi-polling reception: Polling receptions from multiple remote parties (up to 138 (DP80F)/188 (DP85F) parties) are possible using one operation sequence, in which preset abbreviated dial numbers (100 (DP80F)/ 150 (DP85F)), and one touch dial keys (38) can be used. When the multi-key is specified, key pad dialing of up to 1000 digits, or 100 locations, is also possible. Relay transmission request function: The DP80F/DP85F can originate a relay transmission in relay transmission transactions.

DP80F/DP85F Introduction


March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC

Secure RX: Secure RX allows reception to memory to secure documents during unattended periods. The user can select a specific time period and all day (24-hour) operation on selected days. The feature can be activated and deactivated by using a 4-digit security code. Memory transmission: Allows you to dial the remote party while scanning the document in memory. The document page data is cleared as the sending of each page is completed. Therefore, the memory is utilized effectively for transmissions. A maximum of 100 jobs of memory transmission are possible. Public fax box: A document can be reserved in image memory to be polled by remote stations multiple times. One of its merits is that any remote station (even one with a non-TOSHIBA facsimile) can poll such documents without a password. Program continuous polling: By designating the starting interval, time, and day-of-week, an endless polling can be set. Once set, polling receptions are repeated at the same time on the designated day-of-week. Sub-address communication: The DP80F/DP85F supports communication applications using sub-address (SUB/SEP/PWD) commands conforming to ITU-T. Sub-address communication is possible by keypad dialing, one-touch key dialing, and abbreviated dialing using the sub-address settings in Comm. Options. Security communication: For transmissions, the facsimile checks if the telephone number of the remote party's facsimile CSI matches the number dialed on the unit itself. If it matches, the transmission will start. For receptions, the facsimile checks if the telephone number of the remote party's TSI matches any number assigned to an abbreviated dial number or one touch key. If it matches, the reception will start. Thus transmissions or receptions with any authorized party will be prevented at the earliest stage. Substitute reception into memory: When there is no paper remaining in the recording paper tray(s) of the facsimile, when a recording paper jam occurs, the toner is empty, or printing is already in progress, the received data is stored into memory instead of being output to recording paper. When the trouble is corrected, or the active printing job is completed, the received data in memory will then be printed. Communication options: If necessary, the function may be changed and options can be selected for page number, line monitoring, turnaround polling, ECM communication and security transmission, etc.
March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC 1-3 DP80F/DP85F Introduction

On-hook dialing function: Manual transmitting procedure is possible with the optional handset on-hook (i.e., without lifting up the handset), using keypad dialing, abbreviated dialing, or one touch key dialing. Automatic dialing functions: (1) (2) Dialing with a time designated Transmitting a document to a designated party at a designated time. Redialing When an automatic dialing has been performed and the destination party is busy, redialing will be repeated as many times as programmed with a certain time interval also programmed. By pressing the [REDIAL] key and selecting the desired item in the menu, redialing of that item will be performed immediately.

Cover sheet function: This facsimile has a fax cover sheet preparation feature built in, allowing the operator to enter the destination name, sender name at the time of the document transmission. This cover sheet also allows image data, such as a company logo, to be included. Account code: By entering a different account code for each destination at the time of transmission, account codes will identify when, for whom, and to whom a particular fax message was sent. Department code: Permits assigning 50 department codes to control access and track activity. These codes are setup beforehand, and must be used to access machine functions. List output: This allows the operator to print data stored in the RAM (reservation list, preset dial number lists, function list, communication journal, transmission report, etc.). Copying function: This facsimile allows the local printing of documents. This feature effectively provides a convenience copying function. LCD (Liquid Crystal Diode) display: It can display the operation menu, telephone numbers, station names, and error messages using alphanumeric characters. Super power saver mode: This feature turns off virtually all power to minimize power consumption. Only the Sub CPU remains operation sensing for ringing signals, document insertion, or activation of the Power Save key.

DP80F/DP85F Introduction


March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC

Printer power saver mode: Reduces power consumption by cutting off power for the heater during periods when printing is not expected. The fast warm up time ensures the printer section will be ready before a full page of image data can be received. Reverse order print: Reverse order print is available permitting multi-page receptions to stack to the correct order with page one on top. This feature is automatically deactivated when residual memory becomes low. Recovery transmission: Documents that have gone through the redial count limit will not be cleared, but stored for a programmed period of time. Such documents can be recovered to be transmitted again. F-code mailbox communication: Bulletin board F-code mailbox transmissions using ITU-T standard protocol is possible. Permitting confidential communications with any other similarity equipped facsimile made by TOSHIBA or some other company. High-speed high-resolution printer engine: Utilizes a high-speed, high-resolution laser printer engine with a print speed of 8 ppm and an interpolated a resolution of 600 dpi. By installing the optional paper tray, up to 500 sheets of recording paper can be supplied. User-friendly operation: Using the large LCD display and the cross-shaped cursor keys (Menu Keys), menu item selection is quick and easy. Frequently used functions are assigned to direct function access keys, to make common communication operations and programming operations much faster and easier.

March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC


DP80F/DP85F Introduction

2. Overview
2.1 Front View
Document guide Recording paper exit tray extension Recording paper exit tray

Operation panel

Document exit tray

Document exit tray extension

Document support extension Document support

Recording paper tray
Fig. 1-2-1

Bypass tray Optional recording paper tray (Lower recording paper tray)
Fig. 1-2-2

Recording paper tray (Upper recording paper tray)

Operation panel Use to perform programming and operation of the facsimile machine. Document exit tray Stacks the original documents after scanning. Document exit tray extension Supports long original documents after scanning. Recording paper tray It can be loaded with 250 sheets of letter, legal or A4 size paper. Bypass tray Load a sheet of recording paper.

DP80F/DP85F Introduction


March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC

Document support Place documents face down on this tray to transmit or copy. Document support extension Supports long original documents to transmit or copy. Recording paper exit tray Stacks recording paper for receiving or copying. Recording paper exit tray extension Supports the long recording paper for receiving or copying. Document guide Adjust the guides to the edges of the document to help insure smooth feeding. Optional recording paper tray It can be loaded with 500 sheets of letter or A4 size paper.

2.2 Rear View
Handset connector (US/CA model only) External telephone connector (except EU model) Top cover open button

Line connector Centronics PC interface

Fig. 1-2-3


Handset connector (US/CA model only) Connects the optional telephone handset unit. External telephone connector (Except EU model) Connects an external telephone set (if desired). Line connector Connects the telephone service line. Top cover open button Open the Top cover by pulling up on this button. Centronics PC interface This interface is used for connection to personal computers for scanning, printing and programming various settings from PC.
March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC 1-7 DP80F/DP85F Introduction

2.3 Operation panel

Fig. 1-2-4


LCD display Shows current machine conditions. Displays menu items when setting the operating conditions. ONLINE lamp Blinks when the PC interface communication is underway between the facsimile and a PC. ALARM lamp Illuminated when any error occurs. BUSY lamp Illuminated when communication is underway through the phone line. One touch keys These keys allow you to send documents to the desired remote party with just one keystroke. SHIFT key Press this key prior to selecting the one touch keys (No. 20 to No. 38).






DP80F/DP85F Introduction


March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC



DELETE key This key is also used to delete characters in CHARACTER ENTRY mode. INSERT key This key is also used to insert characters in CHARACTER ENTRY mode. POWER SAVER key and POWER SAVER lamp Press this key to select the super power save mode. Illuminates when the facsimile is in the super power save mode. JOB CANCEL key Used to cancel a job reserved or being executed. Menu keys ( , , , keys)





These keys are used to designate the required item by moving the desired screen or cursor through the LCD display. 12. ENTER key Press this key to enter a selected menu item or select a menu entry.

March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC


DP80F/DP85F Introduction


JOB STATUS key Used to display the communication status of a job running in the background. MODE key and FINE, U-FINE, HALFTONE lamps Selects the resolution for transmission. The lamp(s) for the selected resolution lights. When standard mode is selected, all these lamps are off. CONTRAST key and DARKER, LIGHTER, lamp Select the contrast level of scanning documents. The lamp(s) for the selected contrast lights. When normal mode is selected, all these lamps are off. COPY key Press this key with a document in the Document support to copy a document. STOP key Used to stop an operation or cancel programming. This key is also used to clear an error condition. START key Press this key when ready to send or receive a document during manual communication operations. This key is also used to complete programming. MONITOR key Used to enable the Speaker monitor, for dialing numbers without picking up the handset in direct document transmission mode. REDIAL/PAUSE key Press this key to redial a facsimile/telephone number if the line was busy on the first try. Press this key to enter a pause between digits of a facsimile number during a number entering operation. SPEED DIAL/ALPHA key Used for transmissions using abbreviated dialing numbers, alphabet dialing, or group dialing. MULTI/CHAGE CODE key Press this key to perform a multi-address transmission (broadcast) or a multi-polling reception. This key also used to input the charge code. Dial keypad Use these 12 keys just like the keypad on a standard telephone to dial telephone/facsimile numbers. These keys are also used to enter alphanumeric characters for the remote party's names, etc. The key is also used to access various services using touch-tone dialing when you











use a dial pulse (DP) line.

DP80F/DP85F Introduction


March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC

2.4 Direct Function Access Keys
Serveral frequently used functions are preassigned to the right side of one touch keys. Operations using these special one touch keys are called "Direct Function Access Operations."
01 20 02 21 03 22 04 23

05 24

06 25

07 26

08 27


09 28

10 29

11 30

12 31


13 32

14 33

15 34

16 35



17 36

18 37

19 38



Fig. 1-2-5


DIRECT SEND Used to send a document in direct document transmission mode (i.e. real time transmission directly from the ADF).


TX REPORT key Press this key to designate whether or not to issue a transmission report for a particular transmission.


CHAIN DIAL Used to dial a remote party using the chain dialing method.


JOURNAL key Used to print a communication journal.


AUTO key Select the facsimile reception mode such as Auto Recieve, Fax/Tad, Tel/Fax and Manual Receive.

March 2000 TOSHIBA TEC


DP80F/DP85F Introduction