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Chapter 2
Scanning method:

Specifications
Flat scanning by CIS (Fed step by step using a pulse motor) Pure green LED array (Wave length: 525nm) A4-size document: 214mm (8.34 inches) 1% B4-size document: 254 mm (9.92 inches) 1% Scanning position detected by a photo-interrupter. Document leading edge: 2.5 2 mm (0.1 0.08 inches) Document trailing edge: 0 mm+2.5 mm
a Max. 4.5mm b c d

1. Scanning System

Light source: Effective scanning width:

Details of effective scanning width:

Effective scanning range
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Unit: mm Paper size Letter Legal A4 B4 a: 1-line width d: White mask (R) a 216 216 210 256 b 1 1 0 1 c 214 214 214 254 d 1 1 0 1 Mode Transmission/Copy Transmission Transmission/Copy Transmission

b: White mask (L)

c: Effective scanning width

The effective scanning width has a mechanical error range of 1.5. For calculating into a pels value, multiply each value by 8 (i.e. 8 pels per mm).

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Scanning density:

Standard: 8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm (203 x 98 dpi) Fine: 8 pels/mm x 7.7 lines/mm (203 x 196 dpi) Ultra-Fine: 8/16 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm (203/406 x 392 dpi) Standard, darker, lighter (selectable by pressing the [CONTRAST] key.) 2.5 msec./line (A4 size, 8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm) Standard: 3 seconds Fine: 6 seconds Ultra-Fine: 12 seconds When assisted by an operator: 216 mm (width) x 1000 mm (length) 8.5" (width) x 39.37" (length) When not assisted by an operator: (With the document exit tray extension stretched out) 216 mm (width) x 356 mm (length) 8.5" (width) x 14.02" (length) 148 mm (width) x 100 mm (length) 5.83" (width) x 3.94" (length) (For documents of width less than 148 mm, use a carrier sheet.) Single-sheet document: 0.06 to 0.15 mm (52.6 to 120 g/m2, 14 to 32 Ibs.) (For documents of thickness less than 0.06 mm, use a carrier sheet. When using a carrier sheet, the total thickness shall be 0.15 mm including the thickness of the carrier sheet.) Multi-sheet document: 0.065 to 0.1 mm (60 to 105 g/m2, 16 to 28 Ibs.)
Size A4, Letter Weight 14 16 20 24 32 14 16 20 24 32 Number of sheet 1 15 30 25 1 1 10 15 10 1 1

Contrast adjustment:

Scanning speed: Speed of reading into memory: (A4-size document)

Maximum document size:

Minimum document size:

Document thickness:

Number of auto document feeder capacity:

Legal

Direct thermal printed copies (Operator assisted)

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2. Recording System
Recording method: Recording width: Resolution: Plain paper recording by laser beam printer 216 mm (8.5") Horizontal scanning: Vertical scanning: 16 dots/mm or 600 dpi 15.4 lines/mm or 600 dpi

Warm-up time: Recording paper size:

About 20 sec. (23C, 68F) Letter: Legal: A4: 216 mm (width) x 279.4 mm (length) 8.5" (width) x 11.0" (length) 216 mm (width) x 355.6 mm (length) 8.5" (width) x 14.0" (length) 210mm (width) x 297 mm (length)

Recording paper thickness: Recording paper tray capacity: Bypass tray capacity:

60 to 90 g/m2 (16 to 24 lbs. xerographic bond) 250 sheets (20 lb. paper) 1 sheet (20 Ib. paper)

Optional recording paper tray capacity: 500 sheets (20 lb. paper) Auto reduction: Copy reduction/Recording reduction Reduction rate: 95, 90, 86, 83, 80, 73% Refer to the Operator's Manual for details. Letter/Legal: Hammer Mill TIDAL DP 20 lb. , A4: TOSHIBA Copier Paper (European paper) Exit: Back side Capacity: Letter/A4/Legal: 150 sheets (20 lb. paper)

Recommended paper:

Recording paper stack:

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Effective recording range: Paper size Letter Legal A4 Size (Horizontal x Vertical) 216 x 279 216 x 356 210 x 297 Effective recording range 208 x 271 208 x 348 202 x 289

4 mm

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Effective recording range Feed direction

4 mm

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3. Transceiver
Line used: Communication mode: Telephone line Exclusive mode (CRP connection) G3 mode ECM

Communication mode specifications:
Exclusive mode (CRP call-out) Horizontal scanning 8 dots/mm,16 dots/mm density Ver tical scanning 3.85 lines/mm density 7.7 lines/mm 15.4 lines/mm Data compression MH/MR/MMR/JBIG system DP80F 14.4K/12.0K/9.6K Transmission speed 7.2K/4.8K/2.4K (image signal) Modulation system (V.17/V.29/V.27ter) DP85F Transmission speed (image signal) Modulation system (V.34) G3 mode ECM

8 dots/mm, 16 dots/mm 8 dots/mm,16 dots/mm 3.85 lines/mm 7.7 lines/mm 15.4 lines/mm MH/MR 3.85 lines/mm 7.7 lines/mm 15.4 lines/mm MH/MR/MMR/JBIG

14.4K/12.0K/9.6K/ 7.2K/ 14.4K/12.0K/9.6K/7.2K/ 4.8K/2.4K 4.8K/2.4K

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33.6K/31.2K/28.8K/26.4K/ 24.0K/21.6K/19.2K/16.8K/ 14.4K/12.0K/9.6K/7.2K/ 4.8K/2.4K 1200 bps or 2400 bps Conforming to T4, T6, T30, T82, T85

Control signals FSK 300 bps FSK (V.21) Transmission control Exclusive sequence sequence

300 bps FSK Conforming to T4, T30

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Transmission time (Phase C): Model DP85F DP80F Speed and cording methoed 33,600 bps (V.34), JBIG 33,600 bps (V.34), not JBIG 14,400 bps (V.17), JBIG 14,400 bps (V.17), not JBIG
MMR MMR

TOSHIBA TEC origina test chart Std. Fine S-Fine 2.4 2.9 5.6 6.7
MMR MMR

3.1 4.0 7.3 9.3
MMR MMR

7.0 8.5 16.3 19.9

Reception level:

-43 dBm to -3 dBm (The V.17 modem does not detect -44 dBm or less.) -16.5 dBm to -1.5 dBm (1dB incremental settings are available)

Transmission level:

4. Telephone Functions
Dial-line function: Pulse method - 10 pps DTMF method On/Off-hook dial function Chain dial Automatic/Manual (Last telephone call) 38 keys DP80F: Max. 100 stations DP85F: Max. 150 stations Abbreviated dial, one touch dial, group dial name search Individual dialing: Abbreviated dialing , one touch dialing, alphabet dialing, direct dialing or group dialing Group dialing: DP80F: 25 groups DP85F: 50 groups (abbreviated dialing, one touch dialing, alphabet dialing and direct dialing)

Re-dial: One-touch dial: Abbreviated dial numbers:

Alphabet dial: Multi-addressing:

Alternate number dial function: Maximum number of dialing digits:
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Available Max. 128 digits
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5. Liquid Crystal Diode (LCD) Display
Number of characters displayed: Dot matrix LCD 20 characters x 2 rows Alphabets, numerics Half-width size: 16 dots x 8 dots (height x width) About 6.4 mm x 3.2 mm / character Fixed

Displayed characters: Character size:

Contrast adjustment:

6. Pix Memory
Memory capacity: DP80F: 1.5 MB DP85F: 3.5 MB Dynamic RAM (No backup battery)

Memory type:

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7. Printer Interface
Interface: Centronics interface (IEEE P1284 equivalent) Machine side connector: Centronics 36 pin, Female PC side connector: D-Sub 25 pin, Female CPU: OS: RAM: Pentium 120MHz or higher MS Windows 95/98, Windows NT4.0 32 MB or more (64 MB recommended) Toshiba Viewer CD Hardware specification:

Environment

Software:

Application: Media:

Cable:

Length: Within 2m, shield type Machine side connector: Centronics 36 pin, Male PC side connector: D-sub 25 pin, Male

Pin description Pin No. 1 2-9 10 11 12 13 14 15, 33-35 16, 17, 19-30 18 31 32 36 Symbol HostClk (nStrobe) Data 1-8 PtrClk (nAck) PtrBusy (Busy) AckDataReq (PE) Xflag (Select) HostBusy (nAutoFd) NC (No Connection) GND Logic high nlnit nDataAvail (nFault) Active (nSelin) Type I I I O O O I I O I

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Compatible mode 1) HostClk (nStrobe) Low to latch data into the printer's input latch. The printer should latch data on the falling edge. Data 1 to 8 Forward channel data. PtrClk (nAck) High to request a data byte from the host. PtrBusy (Busy) High to indicate that a printer is not ready to receive data. AckDataReq (PError) High to indicate that a paper empty error has occurred. Xflag (Select) High to indicate that the printer is online. HostBusy (nAutoFd) Low to put the printer into the auto-line feed mode. Logic high This pin is tied to +5V on the printer through a pull up resistor. Its function is exclusively for presence detection. It is not to be used to supply power external to the printer. nlnit Low to issue a hardware reset to the printer. nData Avail (nFault) Low to indicate that an error has occurred. Active (nSelin) Low to select the printer.

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Negotiation phase 1) HostClk (nStrobe) Low to latch extensibility request value into the printer's input latch. Data 1 to 8 Extensibility request value. PtrClk (nAck) Low to acknowledge the printer support. The signal hoes high to indicate that the Xflag (Select), and data available flags may be read. PtrBusy (Busy) Reflects the present state of the printer's forward channel. PtrBusy is set by the printer when the host strobes the interface extensibility request byte of the printer. AckDataReq (PError) High to indicate that the printer acknowledges nibble or high speed mode, then follows nDataAvail (nFault). Xfalg (Select) The name Xflag refers to extensibility flag. High to indicate that the request extensibility feature is supported. Low to indicate that the feature is not supported and/or that nibble is supported. HostBusy (nAutoFd) Low in conjunction with Active (nSelin) being set high to request nibble or high speed mode. Then, the signal hoes high after the printer sets PtrClk (nAck) low. Logic high This pin is tied to +5V on the printer through a pull up resistor. Its function is exclusively for presence detection. It is not to be used to supply power external to the printer. nDataAvail (nFault) High to acknowledge the nibble or high speed mode compatibility. Then the signal goes low to indicate printer to host data is available following the host setting the HostBusy (nAutoFd) signal to high. Active (nSelin) High in conjunction with the HostBusy being set low to request nibble or high speed mode.

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Reverse data transfer phase 1) HostClk (nStrobe) High during nibble mode transfers to avoid latching data into the printer. Data 1 to 8 N/A PtrClk (nAck) Used in the nibble mode to qualify data being sent to the host. PtrBusy (Busy) Nibble mode: Data bits 3 then 7, then forward channel busy status. AckDataReq (PError) Nibble mode: Data bits 2 then 6. Xflag (Select) Nibble mode: Data bits 1 then 5. HostBusy (nAutoFd) High in response to the PtrClk (nAck) low pulse to reenter the reverse data transfer phase. If this signal goes high with Active (nSelin) being set low, the reverse idle phase is aborted and the interface returns to the compatible mode. Logic high This pin is tied to +5V on the printer through a pull up resistor. Its function is exclusively for presence detection. It is not to be used to supply power external to the printer. nDataAvail (nFault) Low to indicate that the printer has data ready to send to the host. Then this signal is used to send data bits 0 then 4. Active (nSelin) High to indicate that the bus direction is from the printer to the host. Low to terminate nibble or high sped mode and set the bus direction from the host to the printer.

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Reverse idle phase 1) PtrClk (nAck) High to cause an interrupt indicating to the host that data is available. PtrBusy (Busy) Forward channel busy status. AckDataReq (PError) High until the host requests data transfer, then follows nDataAvail (nFault). Xflag (Select) The name Xflag refers to extensibility flag. High to indicate that the request extensibility feature is supported. Low to indicate that the feature is not supported and/or that nibble is supported. Logic high This pin is tied to +5V on the printer through a pull up resistor. Its function is exclusively for presence detection. It is not to be used to supply power external to the printer. nlnit This signal is fixed at High. nDataAbail (nFault) Used to indicate that data is available. Active (nSelin) High to indicate that the bus direction is from the printer to the host. Low to terminate nibble or high speed mode and set the bus direction from the host to the printer.

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8. Special Communication
Multi-addressing Fax box/Info. box/confidential box Polling Turnaround polling Public fax box polling Security communication Timer reservation Substitute reception by memory Recovery transmission Priority transmission Reverse order printing Relay (Origination) Security reception Reception multi-copy Cover sheet F-code (mailbox and sub-address)

9. Others
Copy (Single/Multi/Collated) Test mode Function setting Journal transmission/reception report Sort copy User test mode Jam and error history RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration) Print reduction Paper size change Automatic supply order

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10. Operating Environmental Conditions
Operating: Temperature: 10 to 29C (50 to 84F) Humidity: 20 to 80%RH (with no condensation) Altitude: 0 to +2,500 m

Storing/Transporting: Facsimile Unit (except Drum/Toner) Humidity: Temperature: 0 to 35C (32 to 95F) (12 months)

20 to 90% RH (12 months, with no condensation) Temperature: -25 to 45C (32 to 95F) (24 months) -20 to 40C (18 days) Humidity: 20 to 85% RH (12 months, with no condensation) Temperature: 0 to 35C (32 to 95F) (12 months) -20 to 40C (18 days) Humidity: 20 to 85% RH Max. 55db

Drum Unit

Toner

Noise level:

11. Maintenance
MTBF: MTTR: Name Drum unit Toner cartridge Fuser unit ADF pad Transfer roller NOTE : 17,280 hours (with the power ON) Within 20 minutes Timing to replace 20,000 sheets (Continuous printing) Initial cartridge: 3,000 sheets (Continuous printing) Supply cartridge: 6,000 sheets (Continuous printing) 50,000 sheets 1 year or 12,000 sheets 50,000 sheets

All specifications are for letter/A4 size document pages with 4% image density. This density is used on the ITU-T#1 Test Chart (Slerexe Letter). Yields will vary with other image densities.

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12. Power Source / Size / Weight
Input voltage: US: 115V/120V AC+10%, 50/60Hz EU: 220V/240V AC+10%, 50/60Hz Super power saver mode: Printer power saver mode: Standby: Memory transmitting: Memory receiving: Copying (max.): Desk top transceiver 475 mm (W) x 707 mm (D) x 434 mm (H) 18.7"(W) x 27.83" (D) x 17.09" (H) (excluding protrusions and optional parts) When the optional recording paper tray is installed: 546 mm (H) 21.2" (H) Unit: Less than 18 kg 2W 15W or less 480W or less 30W or less 30W or less 620W or less

Power consumption:

Machine type: External dimensions:

Weight:

13. Applicable Standard
Post Telephone Telagram (PTT): FCC Part 68 (US model) DOC (CA model) CRT21 (EU model) BZT (DE model) BABT (GB model) UL/C-UL (US, CA model) TV (DE model) BABT (GB model) FCC Part 15 Class B (US model) EN55022 Class B (EU model) EN50082-1 (Immunity) EN60555-2 (Harmonic) EN60555-3 (Voltage fluctuation and flicker)

Safety standards:

Radiation RFI level (EMC):

Others for CE Mark:

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14. Software Performance Table
Item Sub. Item Limitation 128 digits (Maximum) DP80F: 100 stations (Maximum) DP85F: 150 stations (Maximum) DP80F: 163 stations DP85F: 238 stations 38 stations (Maximum) DP80F: 25 groups (Max. 138 stations per 1 group) DP85F: 50 groups (Max. 188 stations per 1 group) OT+Abb 138 station (Maximum) DP85F: 50 group, 188 station (Maximum) Relay using individual address 1 hub. + 8 end / 8G Last number redial Chain dial Memory Tx pix memory capability Printer resolution Memory reception Printer resolution Tx reservation jobs 100 jobs (Maximum) Memory Tx, Group Tx, Polling Rx, Relay Tx, Sending to Mail Box Maxium numbers of files/ jobs Numbers of page in 1 memory Tx 99 pages (Maximum) 128 digits (Maximum) 128 digits (Maximum) DP80F: 1540KB DP85F: 3588KB 5300KB Using keypad dial only Using Abb. /OT / keypad DP80F: Approx. 128 pages*1 DP85F: Approx. 298 pages*1 (*1 : ITU-T No.1/MMR/STD) 001-999 OT+Abb.+Group Note Maximum Keypad dial address Abbreviated dial numbers of dial Alphabet dial One touch dial Multi-address group

Multi-address using [MULTI] key DP80F: 25 group,

Maximum number dialing digits 1600 digits

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