Academic journal article Library Technology Reports

Xerox 5034

Academic journal article Library Technology Reports

Xerox 5034

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Manufacturer: Xerox Corporation, Made in U.S.A. Rochester, NY Suggested retail price: $9,100 (5034ZTA; base unit with RADF); $10,100 with 10-Bin Sorter (5034ZTAS); $10,300 as tested with 10-Bin Sorter with Convenience Stapler (5034ZTAST). Manufacturer's recommended monthly copying volume: 3,000 to 30,000 copies. BLI's recommended monthly copying volume for optimum performance: 5,000 to 25,000 copies. Test period duration: 90,000 copies in seven weeks. Type: Desktop, stationary flatbed exposing unit, bond sheet paper, dry toner, dual component trickle developing, dual tray/single cassette system, heat and pressure fusing. Maximum image size: 10-29/32" x 16-7/8". Makes copies from 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" to 11" x 17". Void area: There are void areas of 3/32" and 1/8" along the lead and top edges of the copies. Features: Quantity selector: Makes 1-99 copies. Quantity display: Two-digit LED display counts up as copies are produced and holds the quantity selected. Quantity reset: After one minute of nonuse, the display resets to "1" and all selected modes reset to the "normal copy mode." Document Feeder: Standard Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF) with built-in single-sheet feed slot. Stack-feed bypass: Built-in stack-feed bypass holds up to 20 sheets. Automatic selection features: Automatic paper size and reduction/enlargement selection. Reduction/enlargement: Variable reduction/enlargemen from 64% to 156% in 1% increments. One preset reduction mode of 77%, plus one preset enlargement mode of 129%, (each ratio may be programmed by the user; the selected ratio is shown on the three-digit LED display). Control panel: The control panel is divided into eight subpan The FIRST sub-panel consist of a two-line message display (shows various messages that report the status of the copier conditions, such as "Please Wait," "Ready to Copy," "Check Copies," "Re-Load All Originals," "Order Copy Cartridge," "Close Area Indicated," "See User Guide," "Clear Misfed Original." "Replace Dry Ink Cartridge," "Clear Paper Path," "Add Paper," "Load Paper Selected," "Clear Misfed Paper," "Replace Copy Cartridge," "Select 8.5 x 11R Paper," "Check Copy Paper Size," "Select Desired %" and "Select Copy Paper Size"). This panel also contains keys for quantity selection, "Start," "Stop," "Clear/Clear Memory," Special Features "P," "On," "Off", "Information" and "Auditron" (selection is indicated by a lit LED). "Interrupt" key with job memory and multicopy capability. The "P" (Special Features) key allows the user to select "Change Language," read the copy count, select margin shift (rear of a two-sided copy only select covers mode (front and rear; if copied covers are desired, they must be pre-copied and loaded into the cassette), select "Transparency Set" mode (copier will automatically place a blank sheet between each transparency; if more than one set is selected, the copier will produce the subsequent on plain paper), select "Stacked Output" (or group sort) mode, or select or store up to three job programs. "Programming Mode" allows the user to set defaults for the paper supply source, auto tray switching, power-saver time (15, 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, 240 or 480 minutes), "Diagram" display brightness, "Same Size" percentage (98%, 100% or 101%), "Custom 1" and "Custom 2" reduction/enlargem settings, copy quality setting (Photo, Auto Contrast or Normal), single-sheet feeder auto start or margin shift (1mm to 25mm in 1mm increments). Copier "status codes" are displayed on the LED quantity display to inform the user of the copier's operating status or to tell the user to call service. The "INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS" sub-panel has the "Diagrams" display and information pertaining to the copier's operating status. A pictorial outline of the copier has animated graphics graphic representations of paper in the paper path(s) and shows how to open the copier, covers and trays, the location of misfed paper, the paper cassette in use and the orientation of originals and paper. …

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