Dell 2135cn, Service Manual & Parts List

Service Manual & Parts List Dell 2135cn;
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1. About this manual
2. Marks giving caution
3. Related documents
4. Safety
4.1 Power source
4.2 Driving units
4.3 High-temperature units
4.4 Battery
4.5 Laser beams
4.6 Warning/caution labels
4.6.1 Caution label for high-temperature units
4.6.2 Caution label for toner cartridges
4.6.3 Caution label for SSI and tray
4.6.4 Caution label for ROS
4.6.5 Caution label for transfer belt and PHD unit
Unpacking the Printer

Chapter 1. TROUBLESHOOTING
1. Troubleshooting Overview
1.1 Flow of Troubleshooting
1.2 Check Installation Status
1.3 Cautions on Service Operations
1.4 Cautions for FIP Use
1.5 Items to Be Confirmed Before Going to FIP Troubleshooting
1.5.1 Basic Multi Function Printer Problems
1.5.2 Display Problems
1.5.3 Printing Problems
1.5.4 Print Media Guidelines
1.5.5 Copy Problem
1.5.6 Fax Problems
1.5.7 Scanning Problems
2. FIP
2.1 FIP
2.2 Flow of FIP
2.3 Status Code List
3. ERROR CODE FIP
3.1 Troubleshooting for the call center
Flows 1 001-360 Restart Printer
Flows 2 MCU Firmware Error 003-340
Flows 3 NVM Error 003-356
Flows 4 Paper Jam 005-110/005-121 / Job was Finished 005-124
Flows 5 Cover Open 005-301
Flows 6 Laser Error 006-370
Flows 7 007-340 Restart Printer
Flows 8 007-341 Restart Printer
Flows 9 007-371 Restart Printer
Flows 10 CTD Sensor Error 009-340 (Y)
Flows 11 CTD Sensor Error 009-340 (M)
Flows 12 CTD Sensor Error 009-340 (C)
Flows 13 CTD Sensor Error 009-340 (K)
Flows 14 010-317 Reseat Fuser
Flows 15 Replace Fuser Now 010-351/010-421
Flows 16 Env. Sensor Error 010-354
Flows 17 Fuser Error 010-377
Flows 18 016-300/016-301/016-302/016-310/016-313/016-315/016-317/016-323/016-324/016-327/
016-344/016-345/016-346/016-347/117-365/131-397/131-398/131-399 Restart Printer /
Erase Flash Err. 016-392 / Write Flash Err. 016-393 / Verify Error 016-394
Flows 18-1 016-340 Restart Printer
Flows 19 016-316/016-318 Reseat Memory
Flows 20 016-370 Restart Printer
Flows 21 Invalid ID 016-383 / Range Chk Error 016-384 / Header Error 016-385 /
Check Sum Error 016-386 / Format Error 016-387 / Open Flash Err. 016-388 /
Protection Error 016-391
Flows 22 SMTP Error 016-503/016-764 / POP Error 016-504 / POP login Error 016-505 /
SMTP Login Error 016-506/016-507 / Address Error 016-767 / From Address Error 016-768 /
Network Error 016-786 / Network Not Ready 016-790/016-794
Flows 23 Memory Full 016-700
Flows 24 PCL Request 016-720
Flows 25 Invalid User 016-757
Flows 26 Disabled Func 016-758
Flows 27 Reached Limits 016-759
Flows 28 Invalid Job 016-799
Flows 29 Memory Full 016-980
Flows 30 Collate Full 016-981
Flows 31 File size limits 016-986 / H/W Error 017-971/017-972/017-973/017-974 / File Error 017-975/
017-976/017-977/017-978/017-979/017-986/017-987/017-989/033-502/035-779 /
Report error 017-980 / Memory Full 033-787 / Cancel 033-789/033-790/033-791 /
116-396/116-397/116-398/116-987/117-314/117-315/117-322/117-328/117-335/117-336/
117-337/117-340/117-348/117-349/117-350/117-362/117-363/133-231/133-234/
133-235 Restart Printer
Flows 32 Memory Full 017-970/033-503/033-788 / Communication 033-513 / Accumulation Limit 033-795
Flows 33 PCScan Time Out 017-988
Flows 34 Download Mode Send FW Data 024-360
Flows 35 024-362 Restart Printer
Flows 36 Load Tray 1 024-910
Flows 37 Load SSF 024-914
Flows 38 Load Tray 1 024-965 / Illegal Settings
Flows 39 Load SSF 024-969 / 075-923 Reseat paper
Flows 40 SMB Login Error 031-521/031-522
Flows 41 SMB Error 031-523/031-528 / DNS Error 031-526
Flows 42 SMB Login Error 031-524
Flows 43 SMB Error 031-525
Flows 44 SMB Login Error 031-529/031-541/031-546/031-547 / SMB Path Error 031-530 /
SMB List Error 031-531 / SMB Error 031-532/031-533/031-534/031-535/031-536 /
FTP Error 031-576/031-580/031-581/031-582/031-584/031-585/031-587/031-588 /
FTP Login Error 031-578 / FTP Path Error 031-579
Flows 45 Communication 033-500 / Codec Error 033-514/033-515/033-516/033-765/033-766/033-767 /
Buffer 033-774/033-776/033-785 / 117-310/117-311/117-312/133-236/133-237/133-238/
133-239/133-240/133-241/133-242/133-243/133-244/133-246/133-247/133-248/133-249/
133-251/133-252/133-253/133-259/133-260/133-261/133-269/133-271/133-272/133-273/
133-274/133-275/133-276/133-277/133-278/133-279/133-280/133-281/133-282/133-283/
133-286/133-287/133-288/133-289/133-290 Restart Printer
Flows 46 Codec Error 033-501 / Communication 033-763
Flows 47 Codec Error 033-510/033-520/033-521/033-522/033-523/033-524/033-525/033-526/033-768/
033-769/033-770/033-771/033-772/033-773/033-786
Flows 48 Communication 033-511/033-782/033-799/034-508/035-702/035-704/035-705/035-708/
035-709/035-710/035-716/035-717/035-728/035-729/035-737/035-739/035-740/035-742 1 – 113
Flows 49 Communication 033-512/033-753/033-754/033-755/033-756/033-757/033-758/033-759/
033-760/033-761/035-706/035-792
Flows 50 Password Error 033-517
Flows 51 Communication 033-751/033-764/035-730 / 133-254 Restart Printer
Flows 52 Busy 033-752 / Invalid Data 034-799 / No Dial Tone 035-746
Flows 53 Communication 033-762
Flows 54 Buffer 033-775/033-777/033-784
Flows 55 Communication 034-515 / No Answer 035-718 / 134-211 Restart Printer
Flows 56 No Answer 035-701 / Communication 035-720 / Busy 035-781
Flows 57 062-311/062-321/062-360/062-371/117-352 Restart Printer
Flows 58 062-320 Restart Printer / Memory Full 062-324
Flows 59 062-322/062-393 Restart Printer
Flows 60 062-323 Restart Printer
Flows 61 Confirm 062-790
Flows 62 Paper Jam 071-100/077-102
Flows 63 Insert Output 071-920 / 071-921
Flows 64 Paper Jam 075-100
Flows 65 Paper Jam 075-101
Flows 66 Paper Jam 075-102
Flows 67 Insert Output 075-920 / 075-921
Flows 68 Paper Jam 077-100/077-101
Flows 69 Paper Jam 077-103/077-104/077-105
Flows 70 Close Front Cover 077-300
Flows 71 Close Side Door 077-301
Flows 72 Paper Jam 077-900
Flows 73 Paper Jam 077-901
Flows 74 Replace PHD Now 091-402/091-935
Flows 75 Check PHD Unit 091-912
Flows 76 Insert PHD Unit 091-972
Flows 77 Check CTD Unit 092-310/092-910
Flows 78 CRUM ID 093-360
Flows 79 CRUM ID 093-361
Flows 80 CRUM ID 093-362
Flows 81 CRUM ID 093-363
Flows 82 093-423 Yellow Cartridge / 093-424 Magenta Cartridge / 093-425 Cyan Cartridge /
093-426 Black Cartridge / Replace Cart. 093-930/093-931/093-932/093-933/093-934/093-935/
093-936/093-937
Flows 83 Low Density 093-919
Flows 84 Low Density 093-920
Flows 85 Low Density 093-921
Flows 86 Low Density 093-922
Flows 87 093-965 Reseat PHD Unit
Flows 88 Insert Print Cart. 093-970/093-971/093-972/093-973
Flows 89 094-422 Contact Support / 094-911 Restart Printer
Flows 90 117-313/117-323/117-324/117-344/117-354/117-355 Restart Printer
Flows 91 123-314 Restart Printer
Flows 92 193-700 Non-Dell Toner
Flows 93 Faint print (Low contrast)
Flows 94 Blank print (No print)
Flows 95 Solid black
Flows 96 Vertical blank line (White stripes in paper transport direction)
Flows 97 Horizontal band cross out (White stripe in horizontal direction)
Flows 98 Vertical stripes
Flows 99 Horizontal stripes
Flows 100 Partial Deletion
Flows 101 Spots
Flows 102 Afterimage (Ghost)
Flows 103 Grey Background
Flows 104 Skew
Flows 105 Paper damage
Flows 106 Unfusing
Flows 107 Color registration (Color shift)
Flows 108 Hunting
Flows 109 Magnification Incorrect
Flows 110 Noise :When power is turned on
Flows 111 Noise During standby
Flows 112 Noise During printing
Flows 113 Electrical Noise
Flows 114 AC
Flows 115 DC
Flows 116 Multiple Feed
Flows 117 Copy Error
Flows 118 Control Panel Freezes
Flows 119 Freezes with “Printing
3.2 Troubleshooting for the repair center
FIP-1. 1 001-360 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 2 MCU Firmware Error 003-340
FIP-1. 3 NVM Error 003-356
FIP-1. 4 Paper Jam 005-110/005-121 / Job was Finished 005-124
FIP-1. 5 Cover Open 005-301
FIP-1. 6 Laser Error 006-370
FIP-1. 7 007-340 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 8 007-341 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 9 007-371 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 10 CTD Sensor Error 009-340 (Y)
FIP-1. 11 CTD Sensor Error 009-340 (M)
FIP-1. 12 CTD Sensor Error 009-340 (C)
FIP-1. 13 CTD Sensor Error 009-340 (K)
FIP-1. 14 010-317 Reseat Fuser
FIP-1. 15 Replace Fuser Now 010-351/010-421
FIP-1. 16 Env. Sensor Error 010-354
FIP-1. 17 Fuser Error 010-377
FIP-1. 18 016-300/016-301/016-302/016-310/016-313/016-315/016-317/016-323/016-324/016-327/
016-340/016-344/016-345/016-346/016-347/117-365/131-397/131-398/131-399 Restart Printer /
Erase Flash Err. 016-392 / Write Flash Err. 016-393 / Verify Error 016-394
FIP-1. 19 016-316/016-318 Reseat Memory
FIP-1. 20 016-370 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 21 Invalid ID 016-383 / Range Chk Error 016-384 / Header Error 016-385 /
Check Sum Error 016-386 / Format Error 016-387 / Open Flash Err. 016-388 /
Protection Error 016-391
FIP-1. 22 SMTP Error 016-503/016-764 / POP Error 016-504 / POP login Error 016-505 /
SMTP Login Error 016-506/016-507 / Address Error 016-767 / From Address Error 016-768 /
Network Error 016-786 / Network Not Ready 016-790/016-794
FIP-1. 23 Memory Full 016-700
FIP-1. 24 PCL Request 016-720
FIP-1. 25 Invalid User 016-757
FIP-1. 26 Disabled Func 016-758
FIP-1. 27 Reached Limits 016-759
FIP-1. 28 Invalid Job 016-799
FIP-1. 29 Memory Full 016-980
FIP-1. 30 Collate Full 016-981
FIP-1. 31 File size limits 016-986 / H/W Error 017-971/017-972/017-973/017-974 / File Error 017-975/
017-976/017-977/017-978/017-979/017-986/017-987/017-989/033-502/035-779 /
Report error 017-980 / Memory Full 033-787 / Cancel 033-789/033-790/033-791 /
116-396/116-397/116-398/116-987/117-314/117-315/117-322/117-328/117-335/117-336/
117-337/117-340/117-348/117-349/117-350/117-362/117-363/133-231/133-234/
133-235 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 32 Memory Full 017-970/033-503/033-788 / Communication 033-513 / Accumulation Limit 033-795
FIP-1. 33 PCScan Time Out 017-988
FIP-1. 34 Download Mode Send FW Data 024-360
FIP-1. 35 024-362 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 36 Load Tray 1 024-910
FIP-1. 37 Load SSF 024-914
FIP-1. 38 Load Tray 1 024-965 / Illegal Settings
FIP-1. 39 Load SSF 024-969 / 075-923 Reseat paper
FIP-1. 40 SMB Login Error 031-521/031-522
FIP-1. 41 SMB Error 031-523/031-528 / DNS Error 031-526
FIP-1. 42 SMB Login Error 031-524
FIP-1. 43 SMB Error 031-525
FIP-1. 44 SMB Login Error 031-529/031-541/031-546/031-547 / SMB Path Error 031-530 /
SMB List Error 031-531 / SMB Error 031-532/031-533/031-534/031-535/031-536 /
FTP Error 031-576/031-580/031-581/031-582/031-584/031-585/031-587/031-588 /
FTP Login Error 031-578 / FTP Path Error 031-579
FIP-1. 45 Communication 033-500 / Codec Error 033-514/033-515/033-516/033-765/033-766/033-767 /
Buffer 033-774/033-776/033-785 / 117-310/117-311/117-312/133-236/133-237/133-238/
133-239/133-240/133-241/133-242/133-243/133-244/133-246/133-247/133-248/133-249/
133-251/133-252/133-253/133-259/133-260/133-261/133-269/133-271/133-272/133-273/
133-274/133-275/133-276/133-277/133-278/133-279/133-280/133-281/133-282/133-283/
133-286/133-287/133-288/133-289/133-290 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 46 Codec Error 033-501 / Communication 033-763
FIP-1. 47 Codec Error 033-510/033-520/033-521/033-522/033-523/033-524/033-525/033-526/033-768/
033-769/033-770/033-771/033-772/033-773/033-786
FIP-1. 48 Communication 033-511/033-782/033-799/034-508/035-702/035-704/035-705/035-708/
035-709/035-710/035-716/035-717/035-728/035-729/035-737/035-739/035-740/035-742 1 – 279
FIP-1. 49 Communication 033-512/033-753/033-754/033-755/033-756/033-757/033-758/033-759/
033-760/033-761/035-706/035-792
FIP-1. 50 Password Error 033-517
FIP-1. 51 Communication 033-751/033-764/035-730 / 133-254 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 52 Busy 033-752 / Invalid Data 034-799 / No Dial Tone 035-746
FIP-1. 53 Communication 033-762
FIP-1. 54 Buffer 033-775/033-777/033-784
FIP-1. 55 Communication 034-515 / No Answer 035-718 / 134-211 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 56 No Answer 035-701 / Communication 035-720 / Busy 035-781
FIP-1. 57 062-311/062-321/062-360/062-371/117-352 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 58 062-320 Restart Printer / Memory Full 062-324
FIP-1. 59 062-322/062-393 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 60 062-323 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 61 Confirm 062-790
FIP-1. 62 Paper Jam 071-100/077-102
FIP-1. 63 Insert Output 071-920 / 071-921
FIP-1. 64 Paper Jam 075-100
FIP-1. 65 Paper Jam 075-101
FIP-1. 66 Paper Jam 075-102
FIP-1. 67 Insert Output 075-920 / 075-921
FIP-1. 68 Paper Jam 077-100/077-101
FIP-1. 69 Paper Jam 077-103/077-104/077-105
FIP-1. 70 Close Front Cover 077-300
FIP-1. 71 Close Side Door 077-301
FIP-1. 72 Paper Jam 077-900
FIP-1. 73 Paper Jam 077-901
FIP-1. 74 Replace PHD Now 091-402/091-935
FIP-1. 75 Check PHD Unit 091-912
FIP-1. 76 Insert PHD Unit 091-972
FIP-1. 77 Check CTD Unit 092-310/092-910
FIP-1. 78 CRUM ID 093-360
FIP-1. 79 CRUM ID 093-361
FIP-1. 80 CRUM ID 093-362
FIP-1. 81 CRUM ID 093-363
FIP-1. 82 093-423 Yellow Cartridge / 093-424 Magenta Cartridge / 093-425 Cyan Cartridge /
093-426 Black Cartridge / Replace Cart. 093-930/093-931/093-932/093-933/093-934/093-935/
093-936/093-937
FIP-1. 83 Low Density 093-919
FIP-1. 84 Low Density 093-920
FIP-1. 85 Low Density 093-921
FIP-1. 86 Low Density 093-922
FIP-1. 87 093-965 Reseat PHD Unit
FIP-1. 88 Insert Print Cart. 093-970/093-971/093-972/093-973
FIP-1. 89 094-422 Contact Support / 094-911 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 90 117-313/117-323/117-324/117-344/117-354/117-355 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 91 123-314 Restart Printer
FIP-1. 92 193-700 Non-Dell Toner
4. Image Quality Trouble
4.1 Entry Chart for Image Quality Troubleshooting
4.2 Diagnosis Test Chart
4.3 Items to Be Confirmed Before Image Quality Troubleshooting
4.4 Print Image Quality Specifications
4.5 Image Quality FIP
FIP-1.P1 Faint print (Low contrast)
FIP-1.P2 Blank print (No print)
FIP-1.P3 Solid black
FIP-1.P4 Vertical blank lines (White stripes in paper transport direction)
FIP-1.P5 Horizontal band cross out (White stripes in horizontal direction)
FIP-1.P6 Vertical stripes
FIP-1.P7 Horizontal stripes
FIP-1.P8 Partial Deletion
FIP-1.P9 Spots
FIP-1.P10 Afterimage (Ghost)
FIP-1.P11 Grey Background
FIP-1.P12 Skew
FIP-1.P13 Paper damage
FIP-1.P14 Unfusing
FIP-1.P15 Color registration (Color shift)
FIP-1.P16 Hunting
FIP-1.P17 Magnification incorrect
5. Abnormal Noise Trouble
5.1 Entry Chart for Abnormal Noise Troubleshooting
5.2 Operation Mode Table
FIP-1.N1 When Power is Turned On
FIP-1.N2 During Standby
FIP-1.N3 During Printing
6. Other FIP
FIP-Electrical Noise
FIP-AC
FIP-DC
FIP-Multiple Feed
FIP-Copy Error
FIP-Control Panel Freezes
FIP-The message “Printing
reception

Chapter 2. OPERATION OF DIAGNOSTIC
1. Overview
1.1 Position of the Diag. in the Whole System
2. Configuration
3. How to use Diag. Customer Mode
3.1 Roles of the control panel in Diag
3.2 Entering diag. Customer mode
3.3 Selecting Diag. mode
3.4 Selecting Diag. item
3.5 Change method parameters value
3.6 Executing/Exiting Diag. mode
3.7 Diag. mode menu tree
4. The Kind of Diag. and Contents of a Test
4.1 FAX Scanner Diag
4.1.1 Executing FAX Scanner Diag
4.1.2 Information
4.1.3 Scanner Maintenance
4.1.4 Parameter
4.1.5 Complete
4.2 IOT Diag
4.2.1 Digital Input (DI) Test
4.2.2 Executing digital input (DI) test
4.2.3 Digital Output (DO) Test
4.2.4 Executing digital output (DO) test
4.3 Print Info
4.3.1 Executing Print Info
4.3.2 Config Page
4.3.3 Print Settings
4.4 Complete
4.4.1 Executing Complete
4.4.2 Complete
4.5 Installation Set
4.5.1 Executing Installation Set
4.6 Test Print
4.6.1 Executing test print
4.6.2 No Image [IOT]
4.6.3 Test Pattern 600[IOT]
4.6.4 Grid2
4.6.5 Cyan 20
4.6.6 Magenta 20
4.6.7 Yellow 20
4.6.8 Black 20
4.6.9 CMY 20
4.6.10 Gradation
4.6.11 Toner Pallet Check
4.6.12 Contamination Check
4.6.13 Parameter Setting
4.6.14 Printing the parameter list

Chapter 3. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES (RRPs)

Chapter 4. PLUG/JACK (P/J) CONNECTOR LOCATIONS
1. Connector [P (plug) / J (jack)]
1.1 List of P/J
1.2 IOT P/J layout diagram

Chapter 5. PARTS LIST
1. Parts List
1.1 Caution for use of spare parts illustration
1.2 Caution for use of engineering parts list
Customer Replaceable Parts Illustration
Engineering parts list
PL3.2 Paper Feeder [Illustration]
PL3.2 Paper Feeder [List]
PL4.1 Xerographics [Illustration]
PL4.1 Xerographics [List]
PL5.1 Dispenser [Illustration]
PL5.1 Dispenser [List]
PL6.1 Transfer & Fuser [Illustration]
PL6.1 Transfer & Fuser [List]
PL7.1 Drive [Illustration]
PL7.1 Drive [List]
PL10.1 Cover (With Scanner Assy) (1/2) [Illustration]
PL10.1 Cover (With Scanner Assy) (1/2) [List]
PL10.2 Cover (With Scanner Assy) (2/2) [Illustration]
PL10.2 Cover (With Scanner Assy) (2/2) [List]
PL10.3 Paper Cassette (With Scanner Assy) [Illustration]
PL10.3 Paper Cassette (With Scanner Assy) [List]
PL10.4 Paper Feeder (With Scanner Assy) [Illustration]
PL10.4 Paper Feeder (With Scanner Assy) [List]
PL10.5 Frame (With Scanner Assy) [Illustration]
PL10.5 Frame (With Scanner Assy) [List]
PL10.6 Electrical (With Scanner Assy) (1/2) [Illustration]
PL10.6 Electrical (With Scanner Assy) (1/2) [List]
PL10.7 Electrical (With Scanner Assy) (2/2) [Illustration]
PL10.7 Electrical (With Scanner Assy) (2/2) [List]
PL10.8 Harness (With Scanner Assy) [Illustration]
PL10.8 Harness (With Scanner Assy) [List]
PL10.9 Scanner Assy (1/2) [Illustration]
PL10.9 Scanner Assy (1/2) [List]
PL10.10 Scanner Assy (2/2) [Illustration]
PL10.10 Scanner Assy (2/2) [List]

Chapter 6. PPRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
1. Telephone System
1.1 Converting and Sending Voice in the Form of Electrical Signals
1.2 Analog and Digital Signals
2. Telephone Call Connection Mechanism
2.1 Analog Telephone Network
2.2 Telephone Call Connection Mechanism
3. Terminology
4. FAX System (Overview)
5. Unit Mechanisms
6. FAX Standards (ITU-T Recommendations)
7. Fault Isolation Procedure for FAX
7.1 Fault Occurs
7.2 Send Fault
7.3 Receive Fault
8. Other Problems
9. Document Scanning
9.1 Document Scanning at Platen (IIT)
9.2 Document Scanning at ADF
9.2.1 Setting a Document
9.2.2 Preparation for Feed
9.2.3 Prefeed
9.2.4 Scan Control
9.2.5 Simplex Document
10. Image Data Flow
11. Drive Torque Transfer Scheme
11.1 ADF Motor
11.2 Gear Layout
12. Names and Functions of Components
12.1 IIT
12.2 ADF
13. Control
13.1 Document Scanning Steps
13.1.1 AOC (Auto Offset Control)
13.1.2 AGC (Auto Gain Control): White Level Variation Adjustment
13.1.3 Shading Compensation
13.2 CCD Image Sensor Overview
13.3 System Configuration

Chapter 7. WIRING DIAGRAMS AND SIGNAL INFORMATION
1. Connection Wiring Diagram
1.1 Symbols in the General Connection Wiring Diagram
1.2 General Wiring Diagram
2. Interconnection Wiring Diagram of Parts
2.1 Notes on Using the Wiring Diagram between Parts
2.2 Configuration of the Interconnection Wiring Diagram of Parts
1 DC POWER SUPPLY
2 FEEDER, SSF & REGI
3 DRIVE
4 ROS
5 XEROGRAPHIC
6 HIGH VOLTAGE
7 DEVELOPER
8 FUSER
9 CONTROLLER
10 ADF
11 IMAGING

Chapter 8. PRINTER SPECIFICATIONS
1. Configuration of Printer
1.1 Basic Configuration
1.2 Functional Configuration
2. Electrical Properties
2.1 Power Source
2.2 Power Consumption
3. Mechanical Properties
3.1 Dimensions/Mass of Printer
3.2 Dimensions/Mass of Consumables and CRUs
3.2.1 PHD Unit
3.2.2 FUSER CRU
3.2.3 Black toner cartridge
3.2.4 Yellow toner cartridge
3.2.5 Magenta toner cartridge
3.2.6 Cyan toner cartridge
3.3 Installation Space (min. installation space)
4. Functions
4.1 Recording System
4.2 Exposure System
4.3 Development System
4.4 Fixing System
4.5 Resolution
4.6 Operation Mode
4.7 Warm-up Time
4.8 FCOT (First Copy Output Time)
4.9 Input Properties
4.9.1 Paper pick-up system
4.9.2 Paper pick-up capacity
4.10 Output Properties
4.10.1 Paper delivery system
4.10.2 Paper delivery capacity
4.10.3 Delivery paper size/mass
4.10.4 Full stack detection
4.11 Paper
4.11.1 Paper type
4.11.2 Paper mass
4.11.3 Paper size
5. Consumables
5.1 Items of Consumables
5.2 Consumable Life
5.3 Periodic Replacing Parts (Reference)
6. Operating Environment
6.1 Installation Temperature / Humidity
6.2 Installation Altitude
6.3 Installation Horizontality
6.4 Ambient Lighting
6.5 Storage Temperature of a Toner Cartridge
7. Safety / Environment Conditions
7.1 Safety Standard
7.2 Laser Safety Standard
7.3 EMI
7.4 Noise
8. Print image Quality
8.1 Image Quality Guarantee Conditions
8.1.1 Environmental conditions
8.1.2 Guaranteed paper
8.1.3 Paper condition
8.1.4 Printer condition
8.1.5 Image quality guaranteed area
8.1.6 Criterion
9. Option
9.1 Options to be Installed by Users
10. ESS Specification
10.1 External Interface
10.1.1 USB
10.1.2 Ethernet
10.2 Network Protocol
10.2.1 Printing Protocol
10.2.2 Other Protocols
10.2.3 MIB
10.3 Decomposer
10.3.1 PDL
10.3.2 Font
10.3.3 Image Area
10.4 Job Control
10.4.1 Cancel Print
10.4.2 Job Recovery
10.4.3 Job Time Out
10.4.4 Printer Auditron
10.4.5 IP Filter
10.5 Logging
10.5.1 Job Logging
10.5.2 Error Logging
10.5.3 Billing Count
10.6 Non DELL Toner Mode
10.7 Utility Print
10.7.1 Printer Settings List
10.7.2 Panel Settings List Print
10.7.3 Font List Print
10.7.4 Job History Report
10.7.5 Error History Report
11. IIT (Image Input Terminal) Specifications
11.1 Scanner
11.1.1 Scanning Method
11.1.2 Optical Resolution
11.1.3 Fast Scanning Speed
11.1.4 Light Source
11.1.5 Maximum Scanning Size
11.1.6 Input Bit Depth
11.2 ADF
11.2.1 Document Condition
11.2.2 Document Thickness
11.2.3 Auto Document Size Detection
11.2.4 Document Feed System
11.2.5 ADF Half-Open, Full-Open Angles
11.2.6 Document Registration
11.2.7 Capacity
12. FAX Specifications
12.1 Communication
12.1.1 Communication Mode
12.1.2 Density of Transmitting Pixels
12.1.3 Modem Signal Processing
12.1.4 Data Compression, Output Bit Depth
12.1.5 Communication Control Procedure
12.1.6 Transmission Time
12.1.7 Protocol Control Time
12.1.8 Throughput
12.2 Cable Characteristics
12.3 Communication Load Characteristics
12.4 Incoming Call Level

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