<Timer/Energy Settings>

This section describes the timer settings and energy settings.
<Adjust Time>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can adjust the time in minutes.
Date/Time Settings
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
Setting the current date and time is very important. For instructions on how to configure the setting, see Setting the Date/Time.
<Time Format>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can set whether to display the time in 24-hour notation or 12-hour notation.
<Quick Startup Settings for Main Power>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
If you set this function to <On>, you can reduce the time it takes until you can perform operations on the screen and scan originals after the power is turned ON.
<Auto Reset Time>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can specify the time period in which you are logged out and the touch panel display returns to the default setting automatically.
<Restrict Auto Reset Time>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
If you set this function to <On>, general users become unable to set <Auto Reset Time> and <Function After Auto Reset>.
<Function After Auto Reset>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can set whether the default screen set for <Default Screen after Startup/Restoration> in <Preferences> or the immediately previous screen is displayed at startup after the Auto Reset initiates.
<Auto Shutdown Time>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
With the Auto Shutdown, if the touch panel display of the machine is idle for a certain period of time after it has entered the Sleep mode, the machine automatically shuts down.
<Auto Shutdown Weekly Timer>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can set the time that the machine automatically shuts down each day of the week. If you use this function, you do not have to shut down the machine manually every day.
<Auto Sleep Time>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can set the time until the machine automatically enters the Sleep mode if no operations are performed.
<Sleep Mode Energy Use>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can set the amount of energy that the machine consumes when it is in the Sleep mode.
<Auto Sleep Weekly Timer>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can set the time that the machine automatically enters the Sleep mode each day of the week.
<Time Settings for Auto Adjust Gradation>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can automatically perform the automatic gradation adjustment at a set time every day.
<Sleep Mode Exit Time Settings>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
You can set the time for recovering from the Sleep mode.
<Sleep Mode Eco Exit>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
When you cancel sleep mode and start the operation, you can activate necessary functions sequentially. The control panel is activated first, followed by other functions activated in response to the user's operations. You can save energy and lower noise by not activating unnecessary functions.
<Use Motion Sensor>
 (Settings/Registration) <Preferences> <Timer/Energy Settings>
When the motion sensor detects a person near the machine, the machine exits the Sleep mode automatically. You can adjust the accuracy for detecting people by changing the sensor sensitivity.
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