Bizhub 367_287_227 (Poseidon) - Service Preparation Guide_ver. 1.4

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Service Preparation Guide

Poseidon MFP

- bizhub 367 / 287

- bizhub 227

- ineo 367 / 287

- ineo 227

CSES-ID: TNEU1500146EN version: 1.4 status: 27thJuly 2015

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Revision History

Version & Date

Change Description

Ver. 0.8 draft

28th April 2015 Draft - Initial Release Ver. 0.9 draft

29th April 2015 Draft - Initial Release – small modifications Ver. 1.0

10th June 2015 Final Release Ver. 1.1

22th June 2015 Change of Naming in Product Positioning (Premium+, Premium, Basic) Ver. 1.2

23th June 2015 Correction of Total Weight (Main Body & DF) Ver. 1.3

23th July 2015 Update of EK-609 Ver. 1.4

27th July 2015 Added one new item to 4.3. Caution for the Field Service

Note:

Since changes in technical features may occur, please note that the technical data provided in this Service preparation Guide was issued in June 2015. We reserve the right to make changes to the technical design. Specifications refer to maximum performance under standard conditions. No guarantee is provided in relation to any of the data supplied.

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Table of Contents

Revision History ... 2

1.

Product Concept ... 5

1.1.

Relations to other / existing products ... 6

1.2.

Identical to ZeusBK ... 6

1.3.

New technology applied to this product ... 7

1.4.

Product Positioning ... 12

2. Service Policy ... 12

2.1.

Service Training & Service Material ... 12

2.2.

Field Support Concept ... 13

2.3.

Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) ... 14

2.4.

Periodical Replacement Parts ... 15

2.5.

Recommended Spare Parts List ... 16

3.

Installation & Maintenance ... 25

3.1.

Setup/Installation Time ... 25

3.2.

Installation Space ... 26

3.3.

Work Time ... 28

3.4.

Work Time- CM ... 29

4.

Product Information before Release ... 30

4.1.

Improvement of service ability for installation ... 30

4.2.

Design changes contributing to reliability improvement ... 32

4.3.

Caution for the Field Service ... 33

4.4.

Improvement of System & Software ... 38

4.5.

Functional Limitation ... 39

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5.1.

Configuration - bizhub 367 / 287 / 227 ... 45

5.2.

Available Options ... 46

5.3.

System specifications ... 48

5.4.

DF specifications ... 49

5.5.

Finisher Specifications ... 50

5.6.

Fax Specifications ... 52

6.

Service recommendations against wrong product placement ... 53

6.1.

Marketing based values... 53

6.2.

KMI based values ... 53

7.

Initial Firmware - Driver - Application ... 54

7.1.

Initial Firmware ... 54

7.2.

Driver ... 54

7.3.

Application (e.g. Document Navigator, eCopy…)... 54

7.4.

CSRC Device Support ... 54

7.5.

MIB Specification... 54

7.6.

Competition ... 55

8. Appendix ... 55

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1.

Product Concept

The purpose of Poseidon (bizhubs 227/287/367) is to enrich the bizhub A3 B/W line-up with three new

devices for the low cost channel. Poseidon will be positioned in between the Premium (ZeusBK) and

Basic MFP category (bizhub 215/185). Scope and functionality should be similar to the current e-series

B/W models, but the price has been reduced to be compatible in a low-price range.

Poseidon was developed in order to fulfil and support current market requirements and therefore

ensures the continuous business success of Konica Minolta. Poseidon will help Konica Minolta to fast

react to customer’s and market demands.

Poseidon product series consists of 3 products in the range of 22 ppm, 28 ppm and 36 ppm. Only bizhub

224e of ZeusBK will be taken out of the portfolio, whereas bizhubs 284e, 364e, 454e and 554e will be

running parallel to Poseidon in a higher price segment.

Model name Development code Speed Successor of…

bizhub 367 Poseidon1 36 ppm Taiga1

bizhub 287 Poseidon2 28 ppm Taiga2

bizhub 227 Poseidon3 22 ppm Taiga3

ineo 367 Poseidon1 36 ppm Taiga1

ineo 287 Poseidon2 28 ppm Taiga2

ineo 227 Poseidon3 22 ppm Taiga3

bizhub 367 no options

bizhub 367

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1.1.

Relations to other / existing products

Poseidon’s predecessors are Taiga and ZeusBK. Poseidon has been positioned as the Standard series

in between the Premium MFP category (ZeusBK) and Basic MFP category (bizhub 215 and 185).

The main difference between Poseidon and the Premium category is that the dual scan, SRA4 paper

support and 9inch electronic static operation panel features have been removed.

1.2.

Identical to ZeusBK

Same Configuration (HDD/ 2GB Memory)

Same Features & Functions (Solution connectivity, i-Options)

Same level of certifications (Blue Angel, Energy Star, Common Criteria)

Performance of Copy/Print (FCOT, Warm-up time)

Durability (Duty cycle, MCBJ)

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Poseidon will be the first Konica Minolta product series to provide NFC/Bluetooth connection for User Authentication Purpose

Operation Panel – New Soft Keys

User will be able to register features such as “copy”, “scan” or “fax” to the soft & hard menu key. The setting is available in the admin setting.

Features of mobile connectivity:

• Pairing

• Authentication

• Touch to print

• Touch to scan

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IWS/ Web Browser incl. 2 GB memory (Standard)

For full performance and functionality, it will be necessary to add additional 2GB at the time of Web browser or IWS activation

Optional 2 GB memory (additional)

New Options

New designed ADF (DF-628)

Lower scan speed – 54 ipm vs 160 ipm No dual scan

AirPrint Support

PSWC administrator login during jobs

Faster recovery from low power mode (compared to predecessor)

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Firmware download from two servers possible

Remote creation of debug logs

Old Method

New Method

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Energy saving performance is improved

New controller enables to reduce Power consumption Poseidon: 0.5 W

Roller Transfer Method Taiga Based

 Central transfer belt makes part cost reduction

Detachable Paper Cassette

 To remove jammed Paper as well as reduce downtime Unite 2 boards in 1 board

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1.4.

Product Positioning

2.

Service Policy

With SDH and KM related division’s cooperation, aim to stabilize initial quality in the early stage.

Analyze field requests/issues of the predecessor model: Taiga/ZeusBK and feed them back fully

to Poseidon series.

Aim to improve service productivity focusing on minimization of the required service CPP to BW

products.

2.1.

Service Training & Service Material

Training/materials will provided by Academy during the launch phase.

Classroom Training will be offered.

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2.2.

Field Support Concept

Improvement of Reliability Main improvements

Maintaining the industry top-class paper feeding noise level (Poseidon2: 66.7db or less) by reducing operation noise from main body and peripheral options.

The industry top-class productivity is realized with main body and even with peripheral options. - Main Body: Maintaining consecutive productivity with Taiga class and higher class model.

- FS-534: 100% productivity performance with 1 staple + punch + shift mode is realized by adopting new griper paper exit system and securing overlap paper pass space.

Downsizing and reducing weight for the main body. Dimensions (W x D x H): 585 x 660 x 735 / Weight: 56.5kg or less, carried in through 600mm-wide Door.

Tri-fold performance with 3 sheets at the same time is realized.

Expedite Field Problem Processing

Improve and stabilize the product quality by solving field problems quickly based on firm cooperation with the sales companies and related sections in KMI.

Share the Service Related Field Information

To share field support information, TAD and TNI of through CSES will be issued by KMI.

To escalate field problem to BT, all sales companies will submit ER and QU through CSES. The following items should be needed for escalations.

1. Subject and ID number of CSES 2. Occurrence ratio

3 Serial number of machine 4 Meter reading information 5 System configuration and so on

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2.3.

Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU)

Name

Model

Life

Poseidon1 Poseidon2 Poseidon3

Life Prod. No. Life Prod. No. Life Prod. No.

Toner Bottle (BK)

TN323 23k A87M050 23k A87M050 23k A87M050

Waste Toner Box

WX-104 110k A7XWWY2 110k A7XWWY2 110k A7XWWY2

Drum Unit (BK)

DR312 110k A7Y00RD 105k A7Y00RD 85k A7Y00RD

2.3.1

Conditions of Field Standard Yield

Poseidon1 Poseidon2 Poseidon3

B/W P/J 4P/job 3P/job 2P/job

Avg. Coverage BK6 %

A4SEF ratio 7% 7% 7%

Stabilization

Image Control Power On time 8h/day 20 days/month, Number of Power ON: Once/day Sleep Mode: 0.2

* Consumables’ life varies by installation of options and changes of using environment (temperature and humidity) in addition to the above listed condition.

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2.4.

Periodical Replacement Parts

No. Part Name Qty.

Standard Print Life

Part Number

Poseidon1 Poseidon2 Poseidon3

1 Transfer Roller 1 150K 150K 150K A7AHR729

2 BK Imaging Unit BEU 1 600K 600K 600K A7Y003D

3 Fusing Unit BEU 1 480K 450K 360K A7AHR724

4 Ozone Filter Registration 1 150K 150K 150K A7AHR703

5 Toner Filter 1 150K 150K 150K A7AHR726

6 Ozone Filter (Front) 1 150K 150K 150K A7AHR720

7 Bypass tray Separator Roller 1 200K 200K 200K 46580151

9 Cabinet Paper Take-Up Roller 1 300K 300K 300K A5C15622 10 Tray-x Paper Feed Roller 1 300K 300K 300K A00J5636 11 Tray-x Separator Roller 1 300K 300K 300K A00J5636 12 Paper Dust Cleaning Unit 1 150K 150K 150K A7AHR721

13 Timing Roller Bearing 4 900K - - A7AH7032

14 Timing Roller Gear 1 900K - - A7AH7075

14 Timing Roller Gear 1 900K - - 11643515

Note:

Standard paper weight is 80 g/m2 for monochrome machines and 90 g/m² for full color machines. Since using these standards result in optimum system performance, all specifications on performance, reliability, maintenance and replacement based on those standard papers. Using thick papers, labels, transfer and polyester films

continuously can increase the wear and tear on replacement parts and consumables - meaning your servicing costs will go up. Use the bypass or the lower tray from the paper feed unit when working with materials having such characteristics as polyester films, textile transfer films and labels. Otherwise, you may be faced with double feeding or a higher number of feeding jams. If possible use sub tray when working with materials having such

characteristics as polyester films, textile transfer films and labels. Roller marks on the copy or print may appear or increased jams can occur. Standard paper weights yield the best possible copy and print results. Using higher grammatures may influence the quality of the output. Using standard paper weights also guarantees that double sided copies and prints are made reliably. Different characters of films as well as thick, thin and coated papers may increase the jam rate for double sided copies and prints.

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2.5.

Recommended Spare Parts List

Rec. QTY: Based on 200 units

2.5.1

Recommended Spare Parts List – Main Body (A7AH)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location

Destinatio n

Compatibil

ity PM Rec. QTY*

A7XWWY2 Waste Toner BOX New 110k 10

A7AHR70300 Ozone filter Front New 150k 10

A7AHR72000 Ozone filter Resist New 150k 10

A7AHR72900 Image Transfer Roller Kit New 150k 10

A7AHR72600 Toner filter New 150k 10

A00F623201 Roller Feed Manual Feed C364e 200k 5

4658015106 Roller Assy Separation Manual Feed C364e 200k 10

A00J563600 Roller Feed 1st Cassette C364e 300k 10

A5C1562200 Roller Pick-Up 1st Cassette C364e 300k 10

A00J563600 Roller Separation 1st Cassette C364e 300k 10

A00J563600 Roller Feed 2nd Cassette C364e 300k 10

A5C1562200 Roller Pick-Up 2nd Cassette C364e 300k 10

A00J563600 Roller Separation 2nd Cassette C364e 300k 10

A7AHR72400 Fusing Unit /220-240V Area 220-240V New bh 287: 400k bh 227:

320k 10

1164351501 GEAR 13T Resist 42 900k 5

A7AH707500 Gear 18T Resist New 900k 5

A7AH703201 Bushing Resist New 900k 5

9372271022 THERMISTOR 42 5

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A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS1) C754e 5

A891R70000 Print Head Assy New 5

A890R70011 Scan-IR unit New 5

A7AHH02005 PWB Assembly (PWB-MFP) (MFPB) New 5

A7AHM40600 High voltage unit (HV) New 5

A7AHR70600 Power supply Assy /220-240V (DCPU) Area 220-240V

New 5

A7AHH02S02 PWB Assembly(PWB-SATA) (SATAB) New 5

A7AHM70201 Panel assembly New 5

A1UDM30900 LED Unit (EL/K) New 5

A2X0M72C00 HDD C364e 5

A61DM10200 brushless Motor /20 (M1) C364e 5

9J06M10300 MOTOR (M12/M13) C364e 5

9335140051 SOLID STATE SWITCH (PS51) C3110 5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS50) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS103, PS104) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS105) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS31) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS22, PS23) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS21) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS19, PS25, PS26) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS41) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS27, PS28) Same as No23

5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS3, PS40) Same as No23

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A7AHM50400 Humidity sensor (TEM/HUMS) New 5

A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS24) C364e 5

A7AHH00C00 PWB Assembly(PWB-EE) (ERB) New 5

2.5.2

Recommended Spare Parts List – DF-628 (A7V7)

Parts No. Description Identifier, Location Destinati

on

Compatibili

ty PM Rec. QTY*

A143PP5200 Roller Pick-Up DF-624 200k 10

A143563100 Roller Feed DF-624 200k 10

A3CFPP4H00 Roller Assy Separation DF-624 200k 10

A143PP7900 Solid State Switch (PS4) DF-624 5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS1, PS2, PS3, PS8, PS9, PS10) Same as No23 5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS11) Same as No23 5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS12) Same as No23 5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS5) Same as No23 5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS13) Same as No23 5

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS6) Same as No23 5

A7V7PP0000 PWB Assembly (DFCB) New 5

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2.5.3

Recommended Spare Parts List – FS-533 (A2YU)

Parts No. Description Identifier, Location Destinatio

n

Compatibilit

y PM Rec. QTY*

A2YUPPK001 Roller Assy Feed C364e_OP 1,000k 5

A2YUPPK101 Roller Assy Feed C364e_OP 1,000k 5

A2YUPPS300 Photoreflector (PS101) C364e_OP 5

A2YUPPT800 Photointerrupter (PS107) C364e_OP 5

A2YUPPT800 Photointerrupter (PS105) C364e_OP 5

A2YUPPT800 Photointerrupter (PS110) C364e_OP 5

A2YUPPT800 Photointerrupter (PS103, PS104) C364e_OP 5

A2YUPPT800 Photointerrupter (PS102, PS108, PS109) C364e_OP 5

2.5.4

Recommended Spare Part List – FS-534 (A3EP)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY*

A3EPPPD300 Paddle Assy C364e_OP 2,000k 1

A3EPPPD400 Paddle Assy C364e_OP 2,000k 1

A3EPPPBE01 Main PCB Assy (FSCB) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS32) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS11) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS8, PS30) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS26, PS27, PS28, PS29)

C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS25) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS23, PS24) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS15, PS17, PS18, PS19)

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A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS21, PS22) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS14) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS12, PS13, PS20) C364e_OP 5

4004454001 BALL BEARING C364e_OP 5

A3EPPP2600 Photoreflector (PS10) C364e_OP 5

A3EPPP2600 Photoreflector (PS7) C364e_OP 5

A3EPPP2700 Photoreflector (PS9) C364e_OP 5

A3EPPP2700 Photoreflector (PS6) C364e_OP 5

A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS5) C364e_OP 5

A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS34) C364e_OP 5

A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS4) C364e_OP 5

A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS16) C364e_OP 5

2.5.5

Recommended Spare Parts List – SD-511 (A3ER)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY*

A3ERPP7Y00 Paddle Assy C364e_OP 2,000k 1

A3ERPP3801 Paddle Assy C364e_OP 2,000k 1

A3ERPP6J01 PWB (SDCB) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS8) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS7, PS11) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS1, PS2) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS4, PS5) C364e_OP 5

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A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS29) C364e_OP 5

A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS12) C364e_OP 5

A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS3) C364e_OP 5

A3EPPP2600 Photoreflector (PS14) C364e_OP 5

A3EPPP2700 Photoreflector (PS13) C364e_OP 5

2.5.6

Recommended Spare Parts List – JS-506 (A2YV)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY* A2YVH10102 PWB Assembly(PWB-JS) (JSCB) C364e_OP 5

A108M50100 Photointerrupter (PS1) C364e_OP 5

A108R90000 PHOTO INTERRUPTER

(PS2) C364e_OP 5

2.5.7

Recommended Spare Parts List – PK-519 (A3EU)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY*

A3EWPP3102 PWB Assembly (PKCB) C364e_OP 5

A0U7PPAB00 PHOTOINTERRU PTER

(PS202) C364e_OP 5

A2YUPPT800 Photointerrupter (PS203, PS204) C364e_OP 5

A2YUPPT800 Photoreflector (PS205) C364e_OP 5

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2.5.8

Recommended Spare Parts List – PK-520 (A3ET)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY* A3ETM50000 Separating Sensor C364e_OP 5 A3ETM50100 Separating Sensor C364e_OP 5

2.5.9

Recommended Spare Parts List – PC-113 (A7VA001)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY*

A00J563600 Roller Feed PC-110 300k 5

A5C1562200 Roller Pick-Up PC-110 300k 5

A00J563600 Roller Separation PC-110 300k 5

9J06M10300 MOTOR (M113) PC-110 3

A5C1R90000 Photo Interrupter (PS111) PC-110 3

A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS114, PS116) PC-110 3 A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS113) PC-110 3 A7VAH00100 PWB Assembly(PWB-CB_1) (PCCB) New 5

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2.5.10 Recommended Spare Parts List – PC-213 (A7VA002)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY*

A00J563600 Roller Feed PC-210 300k 5

A5C1562200 Roller Pick-Up PC-210 300k 5

A00J563600 Roller Separation PC-210 300k 5

9J06M10300 MOTOR (M113, M123) PC-210 3 A5C1R90000 Photointerrupter (PS111) PC-210 3 A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS114, PS116, PS124, PS126) PC-210 3 A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS112, PS113, PS122, PS123) PC-210 3 A7VAH00200 PWB Assembly(PWB-CB_2) (PCCB) New 5

2.5.11 Recommended Spare Parts List – PC-413 (A7VA003)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY*

A00J563600 Roller Feed PC-410 300k 5

A5C1562200 Roller Pick-Up PC-410 300k 5

A00J563600 Roller Separation PC-410 300k 5

A5C1R90000 Photointerrupter (PS131) PC-410 3 A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS143) PC-410 3 A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS136, PS137) PC-410 3 A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS134, PS138, PS139, PS140) PC-410 3 A5C1M50100 Photointerrupter (PS142) PC-410 3 A0EDM50100 Photoreflector (PS132, PS133) PC-410 3 A7VAH00300 PWB Assembly(PWB-CB_L) (PCCB) New 5

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2.5.12 Recommended Spare Parts List – FK-513 (A879)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY*

A879H01W03 FAX Assembly New 5

2.5.13 Recommended Spare Parts List – EK-608 (A88A - without Bluetooth)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY* A7AHH02702 PWB Assembly (PWB-HUB ASSY) New 5

2.5.14 Recommended Spare Parts List – EK-609 (with Bluetooth available with Sales

Start of ZeusS)

Parts No. Description Identifier,

Location Destination Compatibility PM

Rec. QTY* A7AHH02H00 PWB Assembly

(PWB-HUB)

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3.

Installation & Maintenance

3.1.

Setup/Installation Time

Model Unpacking Setup Adjustment Clean Up Total Time

Except Clean Up Total Time bizhub 287 01’04” 09’29” 02’55” 07’30” 20’58” 13’28” DF-628 00’20 10’57” 03’10” 02’10” 16’37” 14’47” PC-413 00’34” 07’38” 03’24” 02’15” 13’51” 11’36” FK-513 00’47” 07’03” 03’34” 00’15” 11’39” 11’24”

Definition of the installation time

Installation time is defined by total time of the following four items. (Installation time is defined as one

person did). In case of carrying device that more than one person is needed, define as one person did.

No. Category Job to do

1 Unpacking Time for unpack the carton box, and take the device out

2 Setup

Time for removing packing/material such as fixing blackest/Tape till making first copy. In case of option, removing packing/material till attach to the main body.

3 Adjustment

Adjustment and Setting advised on the Install Manual e.g. –

- Serial Number input - Gradation Adjust - Date/Time - Paper alignment

4 Putting Carton box and packing/material away

Separate packing/materials, collect them to make ready for discarding

Travel Time, Carrying machine into the customer premises, placing, connect to Network and product introduction to the customer is not included.

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Carrying/main body must be done by 4 person or more. (Main body: 56.5kg)

Handling for carrying/main body should be used in the right way. See Install Manual.

Pay attention when carrying the device at stairs and where there is dump.

Follow the local regulation when packing/material is discarded.

Stopper for preventing falling down must be attached.

Total weight is as follows.

Model Printer

bizhub 227 / 287 / 367 65.5kg (Main Body 56.5Kg + DF 9Kg)

Pay attention when carrying the device at stairs and where there is bump.

Follow the local regulation when packing material is discarded.

3.2.

Installation Space

Keep 10cm space at the rear side of device.

Keep space at front side for opening paper drawers.

Keep space at the left and right side for removing jammed paper.

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3.3.

Work Time

3.3.1

PM/CM Time (Main Body)

Section/Parts Name

Replace Cleaning

Detaching Installation Total

Time Detaching Installation Cleaning

Total Time Bypass tray section Bypass Paper Feed Roller 00’58” 01’54” 02’52” 00’58” 01’54” 00’20” 03’12” Bypass Feed Separator Roller Tray section Tray1/2 Paper Pick-UP Roller 02’37” 02’58” 05’35” 02’37” 02’58” 01’00” 06’35” Tray1/2 Paper Take-UP Roller Tray ½ Lower Separator Roller Registrati on Section Registration Roller 00’02” 00’02” 00’20” 00’24” Registration Roller Bearing 03’03” 04’21” 07’24” N/A Registration Roller Gear 00’12” 00’18” 00’30” Ozone Filter (Registr. Section) 00’03” 00’03” 00’06” Processin g section Drum Unit 00’58” 00’58” 01’56” Developing Unit 01’29” 01’59” 03’28” Toner Bottle 00’12” 00’14” 00’26” Ozone Filter 00’03” 00’03” 00’06” Toner Filter 00’03” 00’03” 00’06” Image transfer section 2nd Transfer Roller 00’22” 00’10” 00’32” Waste Toner Bottle 00’08” 00’08” 00’16” 00’07” 00’08” 00’45” 01’00” Fusing section Fusing Unit (Zeus 1,2,3) 00’33” 01’18” 01’51” N/A ADU section ADU Transport Roller 00’01” 00’01” 00’20” 00’22”

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3.3.2

PM Time (Option)

Model/Parts Name Replace Cleaning Detaching Installatio n Total

Time Detaching Installation

Installatio n Total Time DF-628 Paper Pick-Up Roller 01’51” 01’51” 03’42” 02’02” 00’02” 00’40” 00’44” Paper Take-Up Roller Lower Separator Roller 00’10” 00’07” 00’17” Model/Parts Name Replace Cleaning Detaching Installatio n Total

Time Detaching Installation

Installatio n Total Time PC-413 Paper Pick-Up Roller 00’06” 00’09” 00’15” N/A Paper Take-Up Roller 00’07” 00’09” 00’16” Lower Separator Roller 00’32” 00’29” 01’01”

3.4.

Work Time- CM

Model/Parts Name Replace

Detaching Installation Total Time

367/287/227

MFP and Printer Board 03’31” 06’26” 09’57” DC Power Supply 03’08” 04’07” 07’15” High Voltage Unit 01’47” 03’23” 05’10”

PH Unit 04’53” 08’37” 13’30”

Control Panel Unit 02’35” 02’04” 04’39” Switchback Drive Motor 00’24” 02’07” 02’31” Switchback Fan 04’24” 03’02” 07’26” Scanner Drive Motor 00’56” 01’10” 02’06” Toner Supply Drive Motor 00’29” 00’58” 05’22” Toner Bottle Drive Motor 00’29” 00’58” 01’27” ADU Transport Motor 02’47” 01’42” 04’29” PC Drive Motor 01’52” 05’21” 07’13” Developing Drive Motor 01’52” 05’21” 07’13” Lift-Up Motor (Tray1) 02’07” 01’12” 03’19” Lift-Up Motor (Tray2) 01’46” 01’12” 02’58” Original Size Detection Sensor 04’28” 04’33” 09’01” Ozone Ventilation Fan Motor 01’51” 03’55” 05’46

DF-628

DF Control Board 01’32” 01’53” 04’28” Take-Up/Feed Motor 00’54” 05’04” 05’58” Reading Roller 02’22” 02’51” 08’22”

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4.

Product Information before Release

4.1.

Improvement of service ability for installation

N

o Item Improvement Description Compability

1 Reduced setup time

[Setup performance]

Setup time at the field has been reduced by gradation adjustment setting performed at the Production factory. - Taiga: 3 min. - Poseidon: 0 min. Common with C364e series 2 Reduced replacemen t

time for the MFP board and PRCB board

[CM serviceability]

Replacement time of the MFP and PRCB boards has been reduced by the unified structure of these boards.

-Taiga: 22 min. -Poseidon: 10 min.

3 Reduced replacemen t

time for the paper take-up roller

CM/PM serviceability]

Replacement time of the paper take-up roller has been drastically reduced by the simplified replacement procedures. - Taiga: 14 min. - Poseidon: 4 min. Common with Zeus 4 Reduced replacemen t

time for the ADF separation roller

[CM/PM serviceability]

Replacement time of the ADF separation roller has been drastically reduced by the simplified replacement procedures.

Common with Zeus series 5 Improved machine conveyanc e (Lever added) [Installation/Transport]

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In order for the operator to find jammed

paper more easily at the image transfer section, the right door has been improved. A locking structure has been

incorporated into the inner door so that the inner

door is opened along with opening of the right door.

7 Reduced replacemen t

time for the pick-up roller of the bypass tray

[CM/PM serviceability]

Replacement time of the pick-up roller of the

bypass tray has been reduced by the newly

adopted unified structure of the metal plate and

bearing.

Also the screw will be installed/removed more

easily as the installatiing direction is changed

from vertical to horizontal. Taiga: 12 min. Poseidon: 5 min. 8 Reduced ADF setup time [Setup performance]

For Taiga, ADF setup takes much time since; to properly position the ADF, the operator needs to visually check an output image to know how much the ADF is misalighed with the machine.

[Correction]

FW will be modified as below:

Misalignment of the output image, if any, will be automatically measured and adjustment amount will be displayed on the panel. The operator can then adjust

the ADF alignment with the hinge.

Release timing of the modified FW is under discussion. 9 Reduced

setup time

[Setup performance]

At machine installation, for Taiga, the operator needs to fill developer into DV and then assemble it with DR.

[Correction]

By the newly adopted AR system, substituted for the former toner recycling method, developer filling can be omitted.

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4.2.

Design changes contributing to reliability improvement

N

o Item Improvement Description

Compatibilit y 1 Frame Compared to Taiga, weight is reduced and more compact body is realized.

With the improved shape of the operation panel, the vertical transport section and Transport handle, the machine will be slimmer and conveyed more easily.

Poseidon Taiga

Size of the machine

585 x 660 x 735 623 x 799 x 700 Weight 56.5kg or less (including DV

and DR)

78kg or less

Trans. lever On the right/left (R: swing type) On the front/back (handle type)

2 Paper ejection upon size error

When the set size differs with the actual paper size set on the bypass tray, for Taiga, it is detected as a control jam.

To save jammed paper removing procedure, the machine does not count the Detected size error as paper jam and eject the paper, and then stops.

The ejected paper is counted for charge (To prevent users from avoiding being Billed for the ejected paper with size error intentionally made).

3 Special spacer for adjusting separatio n pressure (DF-628)

To prevent original paper feeding failure,

a spacer for adjusting separation pressure of the spring has been set in ADF. Two-step adjustment is available.

4 Odor removal

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For Taiga, black line may occur due to scratches made on the fusing roller within its product life.

[Correction]

To prevent scratches, the thermistor, the main cause of such scratches, is changed to a different type that will not contact with the fusing roller, and contact load of the separation fingers will be reduced.

6 Preventio n of toner scattering

[Current status]

For Taiga, which requires developer replacement for every PM replacement cycle, image failure (dirty with toner) sometimes occurs due to scattered toner inside the machine. [Correction]

By adopting AR system, quality degradation of developer due to recycling will be eliminated, preventing such image failure.

7 Improved jam clearance

[Current status]

Jammed paper may sometimes be dropped in the machine inside when the operator pulls out the paper cassette trying to remove paper remained in the paper feed section. [Correction]

The paper cassette will be installed/ removed without using a driver.

10 New Scanner

Newly developed built-in scanner unit with CCD module

4.3.

Caution for the Field Service

No. Item Description

1 Adjustment timing for scanner D-max

[Specification changes]

Adjustment timing of maximum optical density (Scanner’s D-max adjustment) will be changed as below:

Current: At DV/DR replacement

Changed to: Only when the scanned image seems pale Cause:

At an early stage of DV life (within approx. 1k sheets yield), image density remains unstable due to the charging property of developer and

keeps higher than the desired level. (See the graph below.))

Average TD # of copied sheets

Adjusting Scanner Dmax at the beginning (high TD) lowers the average

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2 Display of the transfer

roller unit counter [FW]

Indication of “Image Transfer Belt Unit” key on the “New Release” screen is incorrect and should be corrected to “Transfer Roller Unit”.

[Correction]

This will be corrected on MR since it is an issue of display only, without function issues.

3 Notes on using FS-533/FS-534

[Specification changes]

Stock of FS-533/FS-534 (Part no. A2YUWY1/A3EPWY1 respectively) in the market cannot be used for Poseidon and later models.

Reason:

The above units (with “WY1”) are commonly used for Zeus, however, the part numbers will be distinguished for Poseidon and later models as A2YUWY2

(FS-533) and A3EPWY2 (FS-534).

A modified FW supporting both of these FS-533/FS-534 (Zeus, Poseidon) will be installed in the finisher in the future.

4 Color of the collar of the paper exit section

[Current status]

Collar in grey are originally used for the paper exit roller for high visibility. Due to delayed material procurement at the beginning of mass production, however, black collars are used for a limited number of machines.

[Correction]

Gray collars will be used again when they become available. [No. of affected products]

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5 Distorted image [Current status]

For Poseidon, the scale of the scanner is thicker than Zeus. With the original cover common with Zeus, accordingly, the edge of the original may easily be curled, thus resulting in distorted image sometime.

[Correction]

To prevent the original mat running over on the scale, the mat will be enclosed with the machine (not attached), to be attached to the ADF after ADF alignment adjustment.

6 Notes on using FS-533

When using Poseidon in the field with FS-533 detached from the machine for any failure, remember to seal a tack label on the installation holes.

[Reason]

When the installation hole is opened, laser light may be leaked off from it. The holes are covered with a sticker from inside the machine at delivery normally, to be opened with a screw when the FS is installed.

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Paper feed cabinet produced on May 5, 2015 and later will be compliant to Chinese GB Standard (compliance as standard). For identification, the machines produced on May 4, 2015 or earlier, which are not compliant to the Standard, will be attached with a label implying “No shipping to China”.

Be sure not to ship any paper feed cabinet with this label on the package.

*This label is intended for identification at the factory, so please ignore it.

8 Notes on using HT-509

For Poseidon, when installing HT-509 on the machine using PC-113/213/413 or DK-513, attach the “Caution Hot” label enclosed with HT-509 on the following position.

[Applicable machines]

230/120V machines, 100V machines are N/A. 9 Misalignment of

paper at the finisher when “Letter” size is used with paper cassettes 1 and 2

[Current status]

As the interim measures for the mis-detection of “Letter” paper for A4 (only when set in a longitudinal direction), the rack gear of the regulating plate in the cassette is displaced 1mm toward the front side in the production line to widen the detection difference between “Letter” and “A3” for more accurate detection. When using the machine with the finisher (installed at the field), however, the paper fed into the finisher will be displaced by 1mm toward the front side, causing misalignment at the finisher sometimes especially for thin, soft paper etc.

[Permanenc correction]

The rack gear will be placed at the original position and the cam (size regulating plate) will be modified in shape for more accurate paper size detection. If the detection accuracy is not enough even with these correction, an additional metal plate will be added for fine adjustment. In case you experience the above symptom when using finisher, do not perform the above correction (do not displace the rack gear toward the front side) since doing so will effect on “Letter” size detection. Should such improper detection occurs, please contact KMI, who will provide you with a special stopper of spare part.

[Start of the permanent correction] August 2015 (planned)

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With Near Empty Detection at LCC (PC-413), the amount of paper remained in the LCC is predicted with the rotation count of the motor of the bottom plate of LCC.

After discontinuing of the near detection sensor, the prediction may have a margin of error and accordingly Status Display of Near Empty on the panel may be inaccurate.

[Correction]

No correction to be taken for a while. FW will be modified later. 11 [ADF]

Abnormal noise (slipping sound) from the paper separation roller

Abnormal noise (slipping sound) may occur from the separation roller when special paper (Kaunet type2) is used as original paper.

Adjust the spring pressure with the spacer.

12 [ADF]

Measures for jam of original paper fed

When a thick paper having high friction resistance is frequently fed to ADF as original paper, pickup may fail due to rotating failure of the separation roller, causing jam. Adjust the spring pressure with the spacer.

If medium-level pressure doesn’t work, increase to high pressure.

13 Notes on replacing MFP board, EEPROM,and eMMC board

Notes on replacing the MFP board unified with the control board and the mechanical control board, where SPI Flash: total counter etc. is stored, EEPROM (counter data etc. is stored), and eMMC board (FW etc. is stored) are provided in appendix.

14 Memory Check (Detail Check) in Service Mode displays "NG" for "FILE 0". Item:

Memory Check (Detail Check) in Service Mode displays "NG" for "FILE 0". No inconvenience for the user since this function is used by a CE for repairing Machine failure. Cause: FW failure Countermeasures: FW to be modified (MR) 15 EK-608 assembly

When assembling EK-608, enclosed screws cannot be used due to no third screw hole on the site.

Greatly apologizing the inconvenience, but please get a tapping screw to assemble EK-608. For future productions, the appropriate screw holes will be added.

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4.4.

Improvement of System & Software

No Category Item Description

1 New function (UV-01385)

Improvement of FW update by using IISW

The following functions for IISW are added. - Update Subset with IISW

- Improve the countermeasure against power failure at updating FW -Rollback function in case of FW update failure

2 New function (RQ-174)

Easy activation of Web Browser for Free

Web Browser is free of charge. Only One-click in Admin. Setting is required if LMS is accessible. 3 New function (UV-01451/ UV-1396/ UV-1397) Improvement of OOXML Direct Print Function

Some function will be improved for OOXML Direct Print function.

4 New function (UV-01378)

FW / Settings update via SMB sharing folder of MFP

Distributes the setting data or FW data to MFP via SMB sharing folder without using USB memory or FW update server.

5 New function (UV-01379)

Data migration at device replacement

Data convert tool (macro) is released to convert to KM format (XML) from address book data (CSV) output from the competitor's device. After converted to KM format, data can be written to MFP through USB memory.

6 New function (UV-01381)

FW auto update multi-server support

Multiple servers for auto update are available simultaneously from service mode.

7 New function (UV-01382)

Remote SysLog acquisition enhancement

The following functions for System Log acquisition are added. - MFP automatically obtains log commands from WebDAV server to acquire logs

- MFP automatically saves the log files to WebDAV server 8 New function

(UV-01418)

Increase the number of User/Account for Enhanced Server Authentication

Enhanced Server Authentication supports User/Account up to 200,000.

9 New function (UV-01420)

Search function to find out a setting item

Search button is added to the top of Screen. Input a search word and results of incremental search are displayed.

10 New function (UV-01380)

Separated operation of the data items exported to USB memory

Administrator Settings and Service Setting items can be operated independently for the data exported to a USB memory.

11 New function Improvement of operability for initial setup

At initial setting, the screen will be changed to setup screens automatically.

12 Function change

FW version change according to the partial configuration change

According to partial change of the FW configuration, FW version display on the panel will be changed.

13 Function change

Check sum not displayed at FW download

Check sum of some modules will not be displayed at FW download. 14 Function

change

Card version display on the FW Download screen

Card version will be displayed on the FW Download Screen as check sum of some modules will not be displayed at FW download.

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4.5.

Functional Limitation

N o Elemen t

Symptom Cause/Mechanism of the Symptom Reason for Acceptance/Preventive

measures 1 Transfer White/black lines

in CD direction at approx. 30mm and 38mm from the edge

In a copied gray chart, white lines appear at approx. 30mm and black lines at approx. 38mm both from the leading edge in CD direction.

Approx. 30mm from the leading edge:

Shock noise generated by paper being fed into the transfer section Approx. 38mm from the leading edge:

Shock noise generated by paper being fed into the nip

Judged as Acceptable since; - The lines are less distinguished in general text documents.

- The lines are distinguished in a deep text halftone document.

As preventive measures, try setting "Photo" mode and the lines will be less distinguished.

2 Transfer White lines in CD direction at approx. 100mm from the trailing edge of thick paper

In a copied gray chart, white lines appear at approx. 100mm from the trailing edge of thick paper.

Shock noise generated by paper passing through the paper take-up roller of the bypass

section

Judged as Acceptable since; - The lines are less distinguished in general text documents.

- The lines are distinguished in a deep text halftone document.

As preventive measures, try setting "Photo" mode and the lines will be less distinguished, or use bypass tray or paper cassette 1.

3 Transfer White lines in CD direction at approx. 30mm from the trailing edge of thick paper In a copied halftone document in thick paper (CC220), white lines appear in CD direction at approx. 33mm from the trailing edge.

When a thick paper pass through the timing roller, at the trailing edge, it may be slightly release from the roller (unstable contact between paper and the roller), where while lines occur with electric discharge.

Judged as Acceptable since: - The lines are less distinguished in general text documents.

- The lines are distinguished in a deep text halftone document.

As preventive measures, try FD-direction paper feed or decrease the transfer voltage.

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4 Transfer Lines in CD direction at approx. 130mm from the edge on the 2nd side of thick paper In a copied gray chart in thick paper, in double-sided, lines appear in CD direction at approx. 130mm from the leading edge of the 2nd side.

Such lines in CD direction will occur as follows: 1. Paper gets curled at the trailing edge. 2. When this edge is fed into the fusing nip, it gives impacts, causing exposure position to be slightly dislocated.

Judged as Acceptable since: - The lines are less distinguished in general text documents.

- The lines are distinguished in a deep text halftone document.

As preventive measures, try setting "Photo" mode and the lines will be less distinguished, or make "paper curl compensation" (manually) after 1st side paper feed to make the lines less distinguished.

5 Paper exit

Droplet mark due to dew

condensation

Water droplet mark will be come out on copied/printed image when; 1. Continuous paper feed is performed immediately after the machine is powered on. 2. Immediately after that, paper feed in double-sided is performed.

When continuous paper feed (for about 100 sheets) is performed immediately after the machine is powered on, moisture in the paper will move upward onto the guide and the roller of the paper exit reversing section, where droplet is created. Then, if paper feed in double-sided is performed immediately after that, the droplet will adhere to paper, then the mark will be come out on the copied/printed image.

Judged as Acceptable since; - This symptom occurs under limited conditions.

- Such droplet mark will appear only on a few sheets of paper.

Note: As preventive measures, use

the fan.

The fan doesn't operate under normal conditions but operates under high temperature.

6 Scanner Winded image occurred in DF paper feed In a scanned image, lines in FD direction around 30mm from the leading/trailing edge may be winded due to the curled document etc.

Due to the combined structure of CCD and scanner of the scanner IR unit, the distance between the scanner glass surface and the original has been changed, so that the position of the image scanned has also been changed. Accordingly, any lines in FD direction may be winded in a copied/printed image.

- In normal usage, winding of lines is not so different with ZeusMLK. - Preventive measures (Put paper in A4SEF at DF or manually on the original glass) are available.

- Countermeasures have side effects and cannot be applied.

Note: Holding capability when the original is put on OC-514 or DF-628 (when put manually) has been improved as equivalent to Zeus.

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7 Scanner Winded lines in scanned image

In a scanned image, lines are winded or text is extended/ contracted due to shock of the paper cassette being installed/removed. The level of this failure is the worst when the cassette is pulled out with about 1,000 sheets of paper loaded in the LCC. Such winding of lines are a bit more visible than Taiga.

Drawing the paper cassette from the main unit gives an impact on the moving scanner unit, then the scanned position of the image will be dislocated, causing straight lines to be winded or text to be extended/contracted.

Judged as Acceptable since; - It is unlikely that scanning operation and drawing of cassette occur concurrently (less than 0.0001%). - These winding or

extension/contraction of any copied/printed text is minor level, which is not assumed to be a problem in the field.

8 DR Thin black line in FD direction In a copied chart in betapatch which is left in an HH environment, after multiple copy is performed, a thin black line appears in FD direction at white solid part.

This symptom appears in the currently available Taiga. The mechanism is as below: (1) A line of tiny amount of Ca (1μm), which is generated from calcium carbonate and calcium titanate of paper, is created on the PC. (2) In an HH environment, Ca adhered to the PC is more likely to absorb water, causing Vo (zero phase voltage) to be unstable.

Judged as Acceptable since the symptom occurs in a limited condition (left in an HH environment after multiple copy) and is not assumed to be problem in the field.

As preventive measures, clean the DR or replace it. (Symptom level: Equivalent to Taiga) 9 DR Brightness difference in LL environment Image density difference occurs

After paper in small size is fed and then paper in large size is fed, the sensitivity of the pc drum will vary between the part with paper frequently fed and the part without. In such a case, dot reproduction will also vary and density may be uneven.

Judged as Acceptable since the symptom occurs in a limited condition (paper in small size is fed and then large size, in LL environment), and it is not so much visible in normal documents.

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when paper in small size is fed and then paper in large size fed in an LL

environment.

In Gradation-First Mode the dot reproduction change is not easily identified compared to Error Diffusion Mode and this symptom has been recognized only in Error Diffusion Mode.

As preventive measures, feed paper of about 100 sheets and such difference will be less recognized. (Symptom level: Equivalent to Taiga)

10 DR Dirt on around the trailing edge of thick paper and postcard

In a copied paper, which is hard such as thick paper or label paper, the trailing edge may be contaminated with toner for the first some sheets.

The trailing edge of paper, when it is released away from the registration roller, hits the guide duct and this impact will cause toner to scatter around, resulting in dirt on paper.

Judged as Acceptable since such dirt appears in a first few sheets of paper (not so frequent).

(Symptom level: Better than Taiga)

11 DR Black bands in 94mm pitch in CD direction in halftone document, in Low Humidity Environment When copy/print a halftone document after copying multiple sheets and then leave machine in standby mode (for about 10 min. or more), the output halftone will have black bands in the pitch of pc drum, in CD direction.

On the 1st page copied/printed in such standby mode, print density will be uneven in CD direction.

This is because the pc drum is exposed to moisture coming from developer and its sensitivity becomes uneven.

Judged as Acceptable since the symptom occurs only under the following conditions and the frequency is very low at the field:

- Low humidity

- In gray solid image only. No occurrence in black solid or text image. Minor level in dot halftone. - Depending on how many copies have been taken before standby, the symptom will be worse. With previous multi copy more than 300 sheets, the symptom becomes visible. With 500 sheets the most visible level. - In 4 P/J copy (normal mode), the symptom doesn't appear.

- The symptom will appear most frequently in 10 min. in standby mode; after that it will be converged.

(Symptom level: Equivalent to Taiga) 12 DR Noise in 94mm

pitch occurs first in the morning in HH environment Disordered image (noise) may appear in 94mm pitch in CD direction when copy/print in first thing in the morning in an HH environment.

Ozone gas generated at the pc drum charge part will change the sensitivity of the

photosensitive layer temporarily, causing band noise.

Judged as Acceptable since; - Noise will not appear after several copies are taken.

- Noise is minor level in normal image. By use of the drum dehumidifier, such noise can be reduced (hardly

distinguished).

Also, this measure is easily adopted in the field.

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Wax contained in polymerized toner gets accumulated on the roller rubber parts, then transferred to be adhered to OHP sheets when they are fed.

Judged as Acceptable since;

- Marks are minor level in a copied text image, though distinguished in an OHP sheet when it is fed after solid copy.

- Marks will not appear after several sheets are fed.

As preventive measures, rub the marks with your finger (disappeared).

14 Paper conveya nce Marks of paper separation claws on the trailing edge Dirt (marks of separation claws) may appear on around the trailing edge on;

- Large size paper (A3, WLT) - Low stiffness paper Spec: No dirt should be found on 2mm inside from the trailing edge.

The trailing edge flips up and then touches the paper separation claw, causing toner on the claw to adhere to the paper.

Judged as Acceptable since; - No consecutive occurrence observed, so considered not to be serious in the field.

Note: Such marks will appear, at worst, in 2mm from the trailing edge (depends on paper type).

As preventive measures, clean the separation claws at PM/CM or adjust the guide plate of the fusing unit. (Symptom level: Equivalent to Taiga)

15 Fusing Fusing offset

In a double-sided copied plain paper (high electrical resistance), in an LL environment, fusing offset or dirt may appear. This symptom is more likely to occur the first thing in the morning.

With use of high-resistance paper, in an LL environment, fusing offset may occur as follows:

1. Electrical resistance increases on the second side.

2. When paper goes into the fusing nip, toner will be transferred to the fusing roller. 3. The transferred part of the fusing roller will transfer toner to paper or the pressure roller, causing dirt on paper.

Judged as Acceptable since; - This symptom occurs under limited conditions (LL environment, high electrical resistance, double-sided). - This symptom will not occur in normal use.

As preventive measures, decrease transfer output voltage to make dirt less distinguished.

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16 Fusing OHP offset

OHP offset may occur and pale text will be seen.

Wax contained in polymerized toner will cause offset on the fusing roller, then the toner will be transferred to the OHP sheet.

Judged as Acceptable since such offset cannot be seen when it is projected (visible on OHP sheet when directly watched) and considered not to be serious in the field.

No complaints have been raised against the conventional models in the field.

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5.

System Configuration & Specification

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5.2.

Available Options

Option Product name Parts

/Product No Function Note

ADF DF-628 A7V7 - New

FAX Stamp Unit SP-501 4614-506 ADF Option Common with Thames Zeus

Original Cover OC-514 A7YP - New

Working Table WT-506 A0W4-WY2 WY3

- Common with Donau1/2 Unique the Mount plate New Assist Handle AH-101 A0HV-WY0 - Common with Thames Zeus Keyboard Holder KH-102 A4NR - Common with Donau1/2 Zeus Floor Finisher FS-534 A3EP-WY1

WY2

50 sheets staple Common with Zeus New Ten key for Panel KP-101 A64T - Common with Minerva BK

Unique the Mount plate New Floor Finisher and Saddle unit FS-534SD A3EP-WAY

WYC

50 sheets staple + Saddle unit

Common with Zeus New Horizontally transport Kit

(RU-kit for FS-534)

RU-514 A84G - New

Inner Finisher FS-533 A2YU - Common with Zeus

FS-533 Mount Kit MK-602 A84F - New (Common with Helios) Saddle Unit SD-511 A3ER For FS-534 Common with Zeus New Punch Kit PK-520 A3ET For FS-534 Common with Zeus Punch Kit PK-519 A3EU For FS-533 Common with Zeus New Inner Job Separator JS-506 A2YV - Common with Zeus New

Output Tray OT-506 A4MD - Common with Zeus

1way Paper Feed Cabinet PC-113 A7VA-**1 UCC1 (500 sheets) New 2way Paper Feed Cabinet PC-213 A7VA-**2 UCC2 (500 sheets×2) New 2500 sheets Paper Feed Cabinet PC-413 A7VA-**3 2500 Sheets New

Desk DK-513 A7VA-**4 - New

Heater for Cabinet HT-509 A4NH - Common with Zeus Heater Power Box MK-734 A4NH A4NJ - Common with Zeus FAX(One line) FK-513 A879 - New (Common with Helios)

FAX Handset - - Sales OP

USB Keyboard Sales OP Common with Donau

Memory Upgrade Kit UK-211 A87A 2GB DIMM New USB Hub Kit EK-608 A88A Local connection New

Wireless LAN Kit UK-212 A87E - New

Bio Authentication Device AU-102 A0X9-WY1 Bio Common with Donau/Amur Zeus

IC Authentication Device AU-201 A09N-WY1 WY2

IC card Common with Donau/Amur

HDD Kit HD-522 A878 - New

Key Counter/IF Kit Key Counter Mount Kit1

4623-485 - Common with Donau New Authentication Unit

(IC Card)

AU-205H - Common with Zeus

IC Card Authentication(Y-Soft) - - BEU Sales OP Common with Zeus IC Card Authentication(Identive) SCL010 - BEU Sales OP Common with Zeus Keyboard Holder KH-102 A4NR - Common with Zeus

Key Counter - - Sales OP Common with Rhein1/3

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i-Option (Voice Guidance) LK-104 v3 A0PD-**7 - Common with Zeus i-Option (Searchable PDF) LK-105 v3 4 A0PD-**8 T - Common with Zeus New i-Option (Barcode Font) LK-106 A0PD-**9 - Common with Zeus i-Option (Unicode Font) LK-107 A0PD-**F - Common with Zeus i-Option (OCR Font) LK-108 A0PD-**G - Common with Zeus

i-Option (File Form) LK-110 v2 A0PD-**J U - Common with ZeusMLK New i-Option (Thin Print) LK-111 A0PD-**K - Common with ZeusMLK i-Option (Ubiquitous) LK-114 (TBD)

A0PD-**P

- New Common with Zeus

i-Option (TPM) LK-115 v2 (TBD) A0PD-**V

- New

Copy Vendor SV-2 - - Common with Rhein1/2/3

Vendor management CU-1 - - Common with Rhein1/2/3

Upgrade Kit for Mobile LK-*** - - New

bizhub Connector G-1 - - For Google Apps Commonly bizhub Connector S-1 - - For Microsoft Share

Point

Commonly bizhub Connector E-1 - - For Evemote Commonly

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5.3.

System specifications

Poseidon1 (bizhub367) Poseidon2 (bizhub287) Poseidon3 (bizhub227)

Type Console Type

Scanning System Color CCD Line Sensor, Mirror Scanning, Slit Exposure

Photoconductor Organic Photoconductor

Copying System Electric Dry Powdered Image to Plain Paper with a laser Tandem Printing

Print Resolution 1800dpiX600dpi

Scan Resolution 600dpiX600dpi

Variation 256 variations

Lost Image Leading edge: 4.2mm, Trailing edge: 3mm, Right/Left: 3mm Exposure System 1 Polygon 1 beam scanning exposure system Developing System Dual-component developer (HMT-OR) system Charging System Comb Electrode Scorotron Charging System Image Transfer System Transfer Roller System

Paper Separating System Curvature radius Separating +Charge Neutralizing and Paper Separator Fingers Fusing System Roller fusing w/ halogen heater

Paper Discharging System Neutralizing Brush

Max. Original Size A3(297X420mm), 11"X17"(279.4X431.8mm)

Paper Feeding System Standard 3Way / 500 1,100 Sheets UC x 2 + Multi Bypass Tray 20 100 Sheets Paper Feeding System Option 2500 sheets paper feed cabinet

Paper Feed Capacity (Standard)

1,000 1,100 sheets Paper Feed Capacity

(Max.)

3,500 3,600 sheets

Copy Paper Type Max. A3(297X420mm), 11"X17"(279.4X431.8mm) Multi Size: Wide 90 ~ 297mm, Length 139.7 ~ 431.8mm

1st Tray, 2nd Tray 60 to 220g/m2

Manual Tray 60 to 220g/m2 (OHP/Envelop)

Multiple Copies 1 to 999

Warming-Up time 20sec. or less

First Copy Time 4.5sec. or less 5.3sec. or less Continuous

Copy Speed

36ppm 28ppm 22ppm

Scanning Speed <300dpi> 45opm <600dpi> 36opm

Zoom Ratio X0.250 to X4.000 (0.001step)

Exposure Lamp LED Illumination

Power Consumption(Max) 1.5 kW

Power Consumption in Low power mode

18W Recovery time from Low power

ode

≤15sec Power Consumption

Sub-Power-OFF

≤4W Transition Time to Sleep Mode 20 min. OFF-mode Energy Use (Plug in

off)

≤0.50W Power Management and its

minimum power consumption

Weekly Timer ≤0.50W Power Consumption in sleep mode 0.5W or less TBD TEC value 1920Wh 1415Wh 1084Wh Power Requirements 230V 7A

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