Versant 2100 13" x 26" revisited

RickB

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The whole package was a sheet of paper with a code and instructions. It seemed to work for the couple sheets that I tested. I don't know how my tech will react when he finds out.
I'm curious what were the steps you went through to enter the activation code? I'm thinking of getting to for my Versant but want to make sure I can actually get it set up.
 

jricart

Well-known member
Can someone confirm that this will also work on the Versant 80, or is just for the 2100?

Any of you guys that have it already have a Versant 80?

Can you please let us know how it is working? Any issues? Any problems with the Xerox Techs?

Thank you!
 
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RickB

Member
Can someone confirm that this will also work on the Versant 80, or is just for the 2100?

Any of you guys that have it already have a Versant 80?

Can you please let us know how it is working? Any issues? Any problems with the Xerox Techs?

Thank you!
It should work with a bypass tray only! Meaning no High Capacity Trays. The software loaded in the US will overwrite the large stock selection if there is a HCF.
 

jricart

Well-known member
Interesting.. no HCF and no HCS or Bookletmaker then, specially if you have the decurler/interface module!

Thank you guys for the information!
 

kdw75

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Interesting.. no HCF and no HCS or Bookletmaker then, specially if you have the decurler/interface module!

Thank you guys for the information!
Only on the 80. The 2100 runs 26" material just fine with the booklet maker.
 

DYP

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13 x 26 is now standard on the 180 and 3100. So we now know why it was held back on the 80 and 2100?
 

kdw75

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13 x 26 is now standard on the 180 and 3100. So we now know why it was held back on the 80 and 2100?
Our salesman came in a while back and was telling me about the 3100 and how it could do 26" material. I told him ours had done that for quite some time. He looked kind of shocked and asked how, I told him that Xerox had released an update allowing it.

On the 3100 he said it charged you more for each sheet, which is crazy since it runs so much slower, that you couldn't afford to use it.
 

kdw75

Well-known member
I was not aware that Xerox released a update allowing it in the US.
Yep. If memory serves it was the firmware ending in 81 that enabled it, but the RIP required you buy the XL enablement key from Fiery. I think it was $200.
 

azehnali

Member
does anyone have the activation code or the part number .Seams like all th EU sites that sold it no longer have it and cant get it
 

Digital Insight

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Where can we BUY this "kit"?

Can someone provide a Phone # to sales?

Or a website?

If not ok to post here then PM is fine

Many Thanks
 

kdw75

Well-known member
I don't remember which site we bought it from, but below is a site that came up from a quick search:

When you run a calibration sheet in Fiery CWS it will show 26" length as the maximum if you have the firmware that supports it. Why the 2100 was released without this feature is beyond me. Our Ricohs can do 47" sheets and even our Xerox 7760 desktop printer could do 47" prints.
 

azehnali

Member
the problem is that all the European dealer that have it are out of stock and they cant get it anymore for some reason
 

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