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Specify a Measurement Data and Paper

On the Select Measurement Method / Paper Setting screen, you can select the measurement method and set the related paper setting.

  1. From [Measurement Setting], select [New Measurement] or [Use Existing Measurement File].

    • When you select [New Measurement], go to Step 5.

    • When you select [Use Existing Measurement File], go to Step 2.

  2. Click [Browse].

    [Open] screen appears.

  3. Select the measurement data file (.mcd or .tmd) and click [Open].

    The name of the measurement data file appears in [Existing Measurement File].

  4. Click [Get Tray/Paper Profile Information].

    The [Get Paper Information] screen is displayed.

    You can automatically specify [Paper Type], [Paper Color], and [Weight Unit] by using information of trays and paper profiles for this machine.

    • When you connect to the image controller which is for the selected printer, [Get Tray/Paper Profile Information] is available.

    • When you use [Get Tray/Paper Profile Information], go to Step 6.

    • To specify [Paper Type], [Paper Color], and [Paper Weight] manually, go to Step 7.

  5. On [Get paper Information] screen, select [Get Tray Information] or [Get Paper Profile] and select the tray information or paper profile which you use then click [OK].

    The information that you acquire is displayed in [Tray / Paper Profile Information].

    And then, [Paper Type], [Paper Color], and [Weight Unit] are automatically specified.

  6. Select [Paper Type], [Weight Unit], [Paper Weight], and [Paper Color].

    • If you are using [Get Tray/Paper Profile Information], these options are automatically set.

  7. Click [Next].

    • When you select [New Measurement] from [Measurement Setting], the Chart Measurement screen appears. In this case, go to Measure a Chart.

    • When you select [Use Existing Measurement File] from [Measurement Setting], the UCR/GCR Setting screen appears. In this case, go to Select a Level of UCR and GCR.