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image PASS-S2 Installation Procedure Network Multi-PDL Printer Unit-S2 Installation Procedure

Follow the instructions herein when installing the equipment to its host machine.

ENGLISH

PUB No.FT1-0065-000

PRINTED IN JAPAN, CHINA OR U.S.A.

1.1 Checking components


1.1.1 Checking the Contents
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PS print server, PS-S2 Media pack

1 unit 1 set

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Power cable Ethernet crossover cable (length of 3m, Identified by the "Crossover" label)

1 pc 1 pc

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Communication cable PCI bus expansion unit

1 pc 1 pc

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Interface board Connector board support (for iR5075/5065/5055 series)

1 pc 1 pc

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Screw (Bind; M3X6)

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Network cable (3m)

1 pc

1.2 Installation procedure


1.2.1 Initialization of Printer Setting (When the host machine has been already used)
When the host machine has been already used, initialize the printer setting by specifying "Yes" to the setting of > Printer Settings > Utility > Reset Printer.

1.2.3 Turning Off the Host Machine

Turning Off the Main Power Switch Be sure to follow the correct procedure when turning off the main power. For instructions, see the Service Manual.

When the host machine and this equipment are installed at the same time, initialization is not necessary.

1.2.4 Attaching the Interface Board

1.2.2 Preparation before Connection


Secure a space to install this equipment as shown in the figure below. It is necessary to secure a space of 200mm or more from the wall to the back and side of the equipment.

<iR7105/7095/7086 Series> 1) Remove the main controller cover [1]. - 10 screws [2]
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200mm Back panel

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Print server 200mm Side panel


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Go to Step 6) when the PCI bus expansion unit has been already attached.

2) Remove the reader power cable [1].


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5) Attach the PCI bus expansion unit [1]. - 2 screws (Bind; M3X6) [2]

Be sure to hold the frame of the PCI bus expansion unit during work.

F-1-4 3) Open the wire saddle [1].

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F-1-7 6) Remove the face cover plate [1]. (The removed plate is not used after this step.) - 2 screws [2]

F-1-5 4) Remove the rear cover [1]. - 8 screws [2]


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7) Connect the interface board [1] to the connector [2] J9004 located on the lower side of the PCI bus expansion unit.

9) Attach the removed parts. - Rear cover (when it was removed) - Main controller cover 10) Connect the reader power cable. 11) Close the reader communication cable with the wire saddle.

J9004 connector is located on the lower side of the PCI bus expansion unit. Connecting the board to other part causes damage to the host machine.
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<iR5075/5065/5055 Series> 1) Open the cable clamp [1] and remove the reader communication cable [2].
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F-1-10 2) Remove the upper rear cover [1].

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- 6 screws [2]
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8) Fix the interface board [1] in place by the 2 screws [2] removed in the step 6). - 2 screws [2]
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3) Remove the main controller box cover [1]. - 4 screws [2]

5) Attach the connector board support [2] to the riser board [1]. - 4 screws [3]

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Points to note when attaching the board A different type of connector board support is used depending on the product. iR7105/7095/7086 Series: A iR5075/5065/5055 Series: B
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F-1-12 4) Remove the connector board support [2] from the PCI bus expansion unit [1]. (Be sure a user stores away the removed connector board support.) - 4 screws [3]
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6) Attach the PCI bus expansion unit [1]. - 2 screws (Bind; M3X6) [2]

8) Connect the interface board [1] to the connector [2] J9004 located on the upper side of the PCI bus expansion unit.

Be sure to hold the frame of the PCI bus expansion unit during work.

The J9004 connector is located on the upper side of the PCI bus expansion unit. Connecting the board to other part causes damage to the host machine.

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F-1-15 7) Remove the face cover plate [1]. (The removed plate is not used after this step.) - 2 screws [2]
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9) Fix the interface board [1] in place by the 2 screws [2] removed in the step 7). - 2 screws [2]
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3) Perform setting of service mode for each equipment. Enter the service mode. Specify "4" to the setting of COPIER > OPTION > INT-FACE > IMG-CONT. 4) Turn off the power of the host machine, following the description in the shut-down sequence screen.

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1.2.6 Connecting to the Host Machine


F-1-17 10) Attach the removed parts. - Main controller box cover - Upper rear cover 11) Connect the reader communication cable. 12) Pass the reader communication cable through the wire saddle, and close the saddle. 1) Connect the ethernet crossover cable [2] to the RJ45 connector [1] located on the lower side of the back of the equipment, and connect the interface cable [4] to the Interface board connector [3].

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1.2.5 Changing the Host Machine Interface Setting


1) Turn on the power of the host machine. 2) Using service mode, make sure that the MN-CONT version is later than the version shown below. COPIER > DISPLAY > VERSION > MN-CONT If the version is lower than the one shown below, update the version using the service support tool. F-1-18
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MEMO: iR7105/7095/7086 Series (MN-CONT): 40.xx or later

2) Connect the ethernet crossover cable [1] and the Interface cable [2] to the host machine. <iR7105/7095/7086 Series>
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4) Insert the power cable into the wall socket. 5) Turn on the power switch [1] of the equipment.

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F-1-22 6) Insert the power cable on the host machine side to


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the wall socket. 7) Turn on the main power switch. <iR7105/7095/7086 Series> 8) When the equipment is connected to the host ma[2]

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chine for the first time, the message "Turn the main power switch OFF & ON again" is displayed. Following the shutdown sequence, turn off and on the power of the host machine.

1.2.7 To print a configuration page


Print out a settings page as follows to make sure that F-1-20 3) Connect the power cable to the equipment [1]. all settings have correctly been made on the equipment and its host machine and that all connections are normal: TO PRINT A CONFIGURATION PAGE 1) Ensure that the host machine is on and warmed up. 2) Ensure that the equipment is on.
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3) At the Idle screen, press the Menu button once. 4) Press the line selection button to the right of Print F-1-21 Pages, and then select Configuration page. The equipment sends the Configuration page to the host machine and displays the RIP and Print status screens so you can monitor the job.

1.2.8 Network connection


Network connection is the network administrator's responsibility to configure Setup according to the network and user environment. 1) Shut down the Unit before connecting it to any network device. If the system has just finished processing, wait 10 seconds after the system reaches the idle status before powering off the equipment. 2) Connect the network cable to the network port (upper RJ-45)[1] on the back of the equipment.

3) Power on the equipment. 4) Advise the network administrator to configure Setup options. The network administrator is responsible to configure Setup according to the network and user environment. For Setup information, refer the network administrator to Configuration and Setup on the User Documentation CD. 5) After Setup options have been configured, verify the network connection. The network administrator should perform any additional network setup, verify the network connection, verify that the Unit appears in the list of printers, and print a few test documents from a networked computer that will use the Unit. (For more information, see Configuration and Setup on the User Documentation CD.)

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The customer's network cable and the ethernet crossover cable included with the equipment look similar but are not interchangeable. Do not swap these cables. When connecting the cable to RJ-45 port, be sure to connect to the connect position.

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