[Timer/Energy Settings]

Set the date and time and specify the Energy Saver settings.
* Values in bold red text are the default settings for each item.

[Current Date/Time Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Timer/Energy Settings]
Set the date and time for the machine. The date and time set here are used as a reference for the functions that use date and time information. Setting the Date and Time
Before configuring this setting, check that the correct time zone is selected. [Date/Time Settings]
* The current date and time cannot be changed for one hour after Daylight Saving Time is set.

[Date/Time Settings]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Timer/Energy Settings]
Set the time zone (UTC*1) and Daylight Saving Time according to the region where the machine is installed.
*1 The UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) is a coordinated universal time that is standard for all parts of the world. Internet-based communication relies on the UTC being set correctly.
* Depending on your country or region, the [Date/Time Settings] setting may not be displayed, or its content or default setting may be different.
* When you change the time zone, the current time setting is automatically changed accordingly. [Current Date/Time Settings].
* If daylight saving time is enabled, specify the dates from which and to which daylight saving time is in effect.
[Time Zone]
[(UTC-12:00) International Date Line West] to [(UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)] to [(UTC+14:00) Kiritimati Island]
[Daylight Saving Time Settings]
[Start]: Month, Week, Day
[End]: Month, Week, Day

[Date Format]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Timer/Energy Settings]
Set the order in which the year, month, and day are displayed.
* Depending on your country or region, the [Date Format] setting may not be available, or its content or default setting may be different.

[Time Format]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Timer/Energy Settings]
Set 12 Hour or 24 Hour as the format for displayed time.
[12 Hour (AM/PM)]
[24 Hour]

[Auto Reset Time]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Timer/Energy Settings]
If the operation panel is not used for a set period, a function called "Auto Reset Time" automatically restores the default settings. This setting specifies whether Auto Reset is invoked.
If you enable Auto Reset, you can then set the time after which it is triggered.
* You can also change the screen that is displayed after an Auto Reset. [Function After Auto Reset]
0 (Off)
1 to 2 to 9 (min.)
Situations Where Auto Reset is Not Triggered
When the Error lamp on the operation panel is flashing Operation Panel
When the [Menu] screen or an error message*1 is displayed on the operation panel
When processing of some sort (such as printing or sending and receiving faxes) is in progress
*1 Auto Reset is performed for some messages.

[Function After Auto Reset]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Timer/Energy Settings]
Set the screen displayed after an Auto Reset.
To view the specified screen, specify the screen in [Default Function]. Specify the displayed screen in [Default Screen after Startup/Restoration]. [Default Screen after Startup/Restoration]
To display the screen for the function being used before the Auto Reset, specify the screen in [Selected Function].
[Default Function]
[Selected Function]

[Auto Sleep Time]

[Menu] [Preferences] [Timer/Energy Settings]
Set the time after which the machine automatically goes into sleep mode. Reducing Power Consumption (Sleep Mode)
* Use of the default settings is recommended to achieve the most effective power savings.
to 60 (min.)