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Disable the Key counter on my Konica 7130 - Office Equipment & Supplies

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  • TNKoonDog Oct 07, 2008

    I have purchased a Konica 7130 Office Printer with the key counter removed. The Konica LCD display still wants the key counter. How do I disable this? The Service manual show a plug installed at option C(K). I installed a 1kohm resistor at pins 2 and 3 of the plug that was connected to the key counter but that does work.

  • TNKoonDog Oct 07, 2008

    I have purchased a Konica 7130 Office Printer with the key counter removed. The Konica LCD display still wants the key counter. How do I disable this? The Service manual show a plug installed at option C(K). I installed a 1kohm resistor at pins 2 and 3 of the plug that was connected to the key counter but that does work. The ECM is set to OFF.

  • TNKoonDog Oct 07, 2008

    I have purchased a Konica 7130 Office Printer with the key counter removed. The printer was at a UPS store where they charge by the copy. The Key Counter was an optional hardware device that plugged on to the printer at Option C(K). The optional hardware was removed by UPS before selling the printer to me. The Konica LCD display still wants the key counter. How do I disable this? The Service manual show a plug installed at option C(K). I installed a 1kohm resistor at pins 2 and 3 of the plug that was connected to the key counter but that does work. The ECM is set to OFF.

  • TNKoonDog Oct 08, 2008

    I tried a dead short with the resistor lead. I tried it again with a paper clip and that worked. Thank you for your help.

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Section 11 will provide the necessary information on how to disable the EKC but if you have further questions, let me know

http://solutions.konicaminolta.com.au/intranet/tsg/s.cfm?l=Bulletins&o=7022ev1.pdf

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You should use different value resistance 820 ohm to 1 ohm and can check reduced its value at that point where lcd display stop showing error of key counter.
In my opinion, there would be 1 ohm resistance to stop this error signal.

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[4] EKC On/Off Setting
Use this function to turn EKC ON or OFF. If the machine has the optional Fax kit and
Printer Controller installed, set EKC ON or OFF individually for COPIER, FAX, and
PRINTER mode.
NOTE:
If EKC OFF is selected while EKC functions, the copier will be enabled to
perform copying jobs without an EKC password entered, and both copy
count and copy limit functions will be discontinued.
❒ Default setting: EKC on

Procedure
1
Touch 4. EKC On/Off setting on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the EKC On/
Off Setting Screen.
2 Touch ON to activate EKC or touch OFF to de-activate EKC.
The selected key will be highlighted.
3 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the EKC Setting Menu Screen.
If other EKC setting changes are required, touch the desired key.
4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.
5 Touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations.

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    To Display the Key Operator Mode Screen

    1.
    Press [HELP] on the control panel to display the Help Screen.

    2.
    Touch Key-Ope mode on the Help Screen.

    3.
    Use the keypad on the touch screen to enter your 4-digit Key Operator

    password; then touch OK.

    DETAILS

    If an invalid Key Operator password is entered, continue by entering the

    valid 4-digit password.

    If the Key Operator password is not valid, check with your service representative.

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    Rachelle Aviles Oct 07, 2008

    Press Help. Touch 4 for the key operator mode. Touch 4 for E.K.C. Touch 4 for E.K.C. on/off setting.

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    Rachelle Aviles Oct 07, 2008

    You can call 1-800-877-2679 for service. Or as a last resort, acquire the key counter and install it.

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1 Touch 1. Change E.C.M. data on the ECM Setting Menu Screen to display the ECM
Data Input Screen.
2 ID No. key is highlighted, enabling you to
immediately enter an ID No. Enter a 3-digit ID
No. from 000~127 using the keypad on the
control panel.
3 Touch Password to highlight it. Enter a 5-digit
ECM password using the keypad on the control
panel.
NOTES:
1. Do not enter “00000”. The initial ECM password
value is “00000”.
2. We recommend that you make a list of all ECM
passwords and ID Nos.
4 Touch Name to display the Name Input Screen.
4 Touch Name to display the Name Input Screen.
If you do not specify the name, proceed to step 7.
This operation can be completed normally
without the name specified.
5 Input desired name according to the procedure
below.
(1) Max. 24 characters can be entered.
(2) Use Upper arrow and Lower arrow keys
the Name Input Screen to input uppercase
and lowercase letters and symbols.
[4] E.C.M. (Electronic Copy Monitor) (continued)
11-21
(3) Touch DEL. to delete the input character
from the last.
(4) Touching CANCEL on the Name Input
Screen will clear all the input characters.
(5) To change the existing name, touch DEL. to
delete it and enter the new name.
6 Touch OK on the Name Input Screen to return to
the ECM Data Input Screen.
7 Touch Limit. Limit key will be highlighted,
enabling you to immediately enter copy limit.
8 Enter a 6-digit copy limit for the ID No. using the
keypad on the control panel. The input copy limit
will be displayed on the right of the copy count.
NOTES:
1. If an invalid copy limit is entered, continue by
entering the valid 6-digit copy limit.
2. Entering “000000” signifies no copy limit.
3. The Clear key, though it clears copy count, does
not function on the ECM Data Input Screen.
9 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to
the ECM Setting Menu Screen.
When the same ECM password has been used
for another ID No., the Password Duplication
Screen will be displayed. To re-enter new
password, touch YES and return to the step 5.
To create duplicate password, touch NO, then
touch OK.
NOTE:
It is possible to assign the same ECM password to
different ID Numbers. Note, however, that the
number of copies will be counted only for the ECM
password with the smallest ID No. Copy count for the other ID Numbers will not be
monitored.
We recommend you do not use duplicate ECM password.
10 If other ECM setting changes are required, touch the desired key.
11 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.
12 If no further changes are required, touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to
perform copying operations.
11 Key Operator
Mode
KRDS Host
Density Shift
Application
Customize
List Print
Memory
Switch
Power Save
Touch Panel
Adjustment
Weekly
Timer
Key Operator
Data
Panel Contrast
Paper Type
Lock Job
Memory
E.C.M.
Preset Key
Copier Initial
System Initial
Key Operator
Mode

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  • mastermind10 Oct 07, 2008

    the counter has a functions to be used.you cannot disable the key counter by pressing the buttons manually.you have to open the device and on the circuit board of the printer.there is a cable passing from the fron pannel.just remove that cable from the board.and it will disable.but thats very very risky and not advisable because if something goes wrong the machine will stop working completely.but still you require to do that call a technician at your place and tell him to do so.

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HI,

Please refer the manual by clicking on the below link.This will solve your problem.

http://help.nceas.ucsb.edu/images/2/2a/Konica.pdf

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  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    The Key Operator is trained to handle all special Key Operator functions that are not
    accessible to the general user, such as monitoring overall copier activity, machine
    performance, and service information, modifying machine settings, and controlling user
    activity, for billing purposes.
    A unique 4-digit Key Operator password is normally set by service at installation. If the
    unique code is not set by service, the copier will not display Key Operator Password
    Entry Screen when the Key Operator mode is being accessed, and a Key Operator
    password will not be required. A service-set 8-digit EKC master key code must be
    entered by the Key Operator to access the Electronic Key Counter functions, and a
    service-set 4-digit Weekly Timer master key code must be entered by the Key Operator
    to access the Weekly Timer functions.
    To ensure the security of Key Operator mode

  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    Procedure
    1 Touch 4. E.K.C. on the Key Operator Mode Screen. The EKC Master Key Code Screen
    displays, if a code is required.
    2 Use the keypad on the touch screen to enter your 8-digit EKC master key code, then
    touch OK to display the EKC Setting Menu Screen.
    NOTE:
    If an invalid EKC master key code is entered, continue by entering the valid
    8-digit code.
    3 Select the desired EKC function, and make settings, as required.
    To exit the EKC mode, touch RETURN on EKC Setting Menu Screen.
    4 To exit the Key Operator mode, touch RETURN on the Key Operator Mode Screen to
    restore the Basic Screen.

  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    [1] Change EKC Data
    Assign an ID No. for an individual or for a group, then create individual password(s) for
    each user. You can specify a name and limit count for each password.
    ❒ EKC ID No.: ID No. from 000~127, designated by key operator.
    ❒ EKC Password: Unique 5-digit numeric code programmed by key operator for user.
    ❒ User Name: max. 24 characters
    ❒ Copy Limit: 0 to 999,999 copies

  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    Procedure
    1 Touch 1. Change E.K.C. data on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the EKC
    Data Input Screen.
    2 ID No. key is highlighted, enabling you to
    immediately enter an ID No. Enter a 3-digit ID No.
    from 000~127 using the keypad on the control
    panel.
    3 Touch Password to highlight it. Enter a 5-digit
    EKC password using the keypad on the control
    panel.
    NOTES:
    1. Do not enter “00000”. The initial EKC password
    value is “00000”.
    2. We recommend that you make a list of all EKC
    passwords and ID Nos.
    4 Touch Name to display the Name Input Screen.
    If you do not specify the name, proceed to step 7.
    This operation can be completed normally without
    the name specified.
    5 Input desired name according to the procedure
    below.
    (1) Max. 24 characters can be entered.
    (2) Use Upper arrow and Lower arrow keys on the
    Name Input Screen to input uppercase and
    lowercase letters and symbols

  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    (3) Touch DEL. to delete the input character from
    the last.
    (4) Touching CANCEL on the Name Input Screen
    will clear all the input characters.
    (5) To change the existing name, touch DEL. to
    delete it and enter the new name.
    6 Touch OK on the Name Input Screen to return to
    the EKC Data Input Screen.
    7 Touch Limit. Limit key will be highlighted,
    enabling you to immediately enter copy limit.
    8 Enter a 6-digit copy limit for the ID No. using the
    keypad on the control panel. The input copy limit
    will be displayed on the right of the copy count.
    NOTES:
    1. If an invalid copy limit is entered, continue by
    entering the valid 6-digit copy limit.
    2. Entering “000000” signifies no copy limit.
    3. The Clear key, though it clears copy count, does
    not function on the EKC Data Input Screen.
    9 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to
    the EKC Setting Menu Screen.
    When the same EKC password has been used for
    another ID No., the Password Duplication Screen
    will be displayed. To re-enter new password, touch
    YES and return to the step 5. To create duplicate
    password, touch NO, then touch OK.
    NOTE:
    It is possible to assign the same EKC password to
    different ID Nos. Note, however, that the number of
    copies will be counted only for the EKC password
    with the smallest ID No. Copy count for the other ID
    Nos. will not be monitored.
    We recommend you do not use duplicate EKC password.
    10 If other EKC setting changes are required, touch the desired key.
    11 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.
    12 If no further changes are required, touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to
    perform copying operations.

  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    [2] EKC Data List
    Use this setting to display the list of copy count and copy limit for each ID No., and to
    edit, add, and delete these EKC data.
    If the machine has the optional Fax kit and Printer Controller installed, the EKC Data
    Screen also allows you to check the facsimile transmission page count for each ID No.
    ❒ Edit items: EKC password, Name, copy limit, copy count

    Procedure
    1 Touch 2. E.K.C. data list on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the EKC Data List
    Screen.
    If the machine is equipped with Fax kit and Printer Controller, the EKC Data List Screen
    in COPY/PRINTER mode will be displayed. To display the screen in FAX mode, touch
    the FAX key on the screen.
    2 To delete the EKC data, perform the procedure below.
    (1) Touch the c Upper arrow or d Lower arrow key on the right in the EKC Data List
    Screen to highlight the EKC data to be deleted.
    (2) Touch DEL. The Delete Confirmation Screen will be displayed.
    (3) Touch Yes to delete, or touch No to cancel.
    3 To add the EKC data, touch ADD. The EKC Data Input Screen with invalid Clear key will
    be displayed. To input the EKC data, see p. 11-20 to p. 11-21.

    To edit the EKC data, touch the c Upper arrow or
    d Lower arrow key on the right in the EKC Data
    List Screen to highlight the EKC data to be edited,
    then touch EDIT. The EKC Data Edit Screen with
    valid Clear key will be displayed.
    (1) To edit the EKC password, touch Password.
    Enter a new 5-digit EKC password using the
    keypad on the control panel. Do not enter
    “00000”.
    (2) To edit the name, touch Name. The Name
    Input Screen will be displayed. See p. 11-21.
    (3) To edit the copy limit, touch Limit. Enter a new
    6-digit copy limit using the keypad on the control panel. Entering “000000” signifies
    no copy limit.
    (4) To clear the copy count, touch Clear.
    5 Touch OK on the EKC Data Input Screen or the EKC Data Edit Screen to complete the
    settings and return to the EKC Data List Screen.
    To cancel the changes made in step 3 or 4, touch RETURN to restore the EKC Data List
    Screen.
    6 Touch RETURN on the EKC Data List Screen to restore the EKC Setting Menu Screen.
    If other EKC setting changes are required, touch the desired key.
    7 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.
    8 If no further changes are required, touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to
    perform copying operations


  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    3] All Counter Reset
    Reset the count for all EKC password Nos.
    ❒ Setting options: Reset All Counters yes or no

    Procedure
    1 Touch 3. All counter reset on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the All Counter
    Reset Screen.
    2 Touch Yes to reset all counters to zero.
    Or, touch No not to reset. The selected key will be highlighted.
    3 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the EKC Setting Menu Screen. If other
    EKC setting changes are required, touch the desired key.
    4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.
    5 If no further changes are required, touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to
    perform copying operations.


  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    [4] EKC On/Off Setting
    Use this function to turn EKC ON or OFF. If the machine has the optional Fax kit and
    Printer Controller installed, set EKC ON or OFF individually for COPIER, FAX, and
    PRINTER mode.
    NOTE:
    If EKC OFF is selected while EKC functions, the copier will be enabled to
    perform copying jobs without an EKC password entered, and both copy
    count and copy limit functions will be discontinued.
    ❒ Default setting: EKC on

    Procedure
    1 Touch 4. EKC On/Off setting on the EKC Setting Menu Screen to display the EKC On/
    Off Setting Screen.
    2 Touch ON to activate EKC or touch OFF to de-activate EKC.
    The selected key will be highlighted.
    3 Touch OK to complete the settings and return to the EKC Setting Menu Screen.
    If other EKC setting changes are required, touch the desired key.
    4 Touch RETURN to restore the Key Operator Mode Screen.
    5 Touch RETURN to restore the Basic Screen to perform copying operations



  • Priya darshan Oct 07, 2008

    If you need anymore help please click on the below link:

    http://solutions.konica.com.au/intranet/...

    Thank you for using fixya


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