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IBM Infoprint 1988 MFP 4859

 
 
 
 



Parts



Abstract

The 4859 InfoPrint 1988 multifunction printer from InfoPrint Solutions Company, a Ricoh-IBM joint venture, is being introduced to enhancing its workgroup printer family. This printer is the replacement for the InfoPrint 1580 MFP.

Model Abstract 4859-T01

The 4859 InfoPrint 1988 MFP printer model T01 includes two 500-sheet drawers, two 1,000-sheet drawers and a 100-sheet multipurpose feeder (MFP) for a total input capacity of 3,100 sheets standard. One optional input source is supported for a total maximum input capacity of 5,100 sheets. Standard output capacity is 500 sheets with a maximum output capacity of 3,800 sheets.

Highlights

This monochrome multifunction printer offers printing speeds of up to 55 pages per minute (ppm)(1) on letter media and up to 55 ppm(1) on A4 media. Other benefits of the InfoPrint 1988 MFP include:

  • Faster processor than previous product
  • Hard disk and Gigabit Ethernet standard
  • A3/tabloid size flatbed color scanner with 75-page recirculating auto document feeder (RADF)
  • Nine-inch color LCD with touch panel user interface

Note: (1) Exact print speeds vary depending on document complexity, system configuration, software applications, driver, and printer status.

39V2323 Booklet Staples 5,000 x 4
39V3631 Photoconductor
39V3631 Photoconductor
New
39V3631 (New)
$138.00


39V3630Toner Cartridge 35,000
39V3630 Toner Cartridge
New
39V3630 35,000 Page Yield (New)
$171.00


39V2700 ADF Maintenance kit **
pick roll assembly, separation guide assembly 150,000
39V2700 MFP ADF Maintenance Kit
New
39V2700 150000 Page Yield (New)
$156.00


39V2613 Maintenance kit (LV: 120V) **
Fuser, Transfer Roller, Pick Roller, Pick Rollers 300,000
39V2613 IP 1540/60/80 Maintenance Kit (LV)
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
39V2613 Advanced Exchange
$376.00



39V2613 IP 1540/60/80 Maintenance Kit (LV)
New
39V2613 Compatible (New)
$522.00


75P6997 Staple refill sets 5,000 x 3
75P6997 Staple Cartridge
New
75P6997 3 x 5000 (New)
$89.00


2x500 Sheet Drawer 39V0943
39v0943 2 x 500 Sheet Drawer with Tray
New
39v0943 (New)
$950.00


2000-Sheet Drawer 39V0944
39v0944 2000 Sheet Dual Input
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
39v0944
$499.00



39v0944 2000 Sheet Dual Input
New
39v0944 (New)
$999.00


2000-Sheet HCAP Feeder 39V0947
39v0947 2000 Sheet High Cap Feeder
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
39v0947 75P6951
$899.00



39v0947 2000 Sheet high cap feeder
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
39v0947
$899.00


2/3 Hole Finisher 39V0945
39V0945 Finisher 2/3-Hole
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
39v0945 4024-FIN
$475.00



39V0945 Finisher 2/3-Hole
New
39v0945 4024-FIN (New)
$665.00


Duplex Unit 75P6949
75P6949 Duplex Unit
New
75p6949 (New)
$285.00


256 MB Memory 39V3415
39V3415 Infoprint Brand 256 MB Memory
New
39V3415 (New)
$505.00



39V3415 256 MB Memory
New
39V3415 Compatible (New)
$66.00


512 MB Memory 39V3416

39V3416 512 MB DDR2 Memory
New
39V3416 Compatible (New)
$123.00


1024 MB Memory 39V3417
39V3417 Infoprint Brand 1024 MB Memory
New
39V3417 (New)
$661.00



39V3417 1024 MB Memory
New
39V3417 Compatible (New)
$152.00


256 MB Flash Memory 39V3593

39v3593 256 MB Flash Memory
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
39v3593
$186.00


80 GB Hard Disk 39V3420
39V3420 80 GB Hard Disk
New
39V3420 (New)
$299.00


Bar Code Card 39V3889
Decryption Card 39V3463
39V3463 Decryption Card
New
39V3463 (New)
$190.00


IPDS & SCS/Tne Card 39V3633
39v3634 IPDS & SCS/Tne Card
New
39v3634 (New)
$380.00



39V3633 Card for IPDS & SCS/Tne
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
39V3633
$190.00


V.34 Fax Card 39V3616
39V3616 V.34 Fax Card
New
39V3616 (New)
$301.00


Ethernet 10/100BaseTX - 1 port 39V1524
39V1524 Ethernet 10/100 TX (1 USB port)
New
39V1524 (New)
$309.00


Ethernet 10/100BaseTX - 4 port  39V1525
39V1525 Ethernet 1000TX (4 USB ports)
New
39V1525 (New)
$237.00


802.11g Wireless to USB 75P6854
802.11g Wireless to Print Server 39V3623
Parallel 1284-B Inter Card 39V3423
39V3423 Parallel 1284-B Interface Card
New
39V3423 (New)
$119.00


RS-232C Serial Inter Card 39V3424
39V3424 RS-232C Serial Interface Card
New
39V3424 (New)
$199.00


Parallel 10 ft. Cable 75P7029
75P7029 10 ft. Parallel Cable
New
75P7029 (New)
$19.00


USB 2 meter Cable 75P7030
75P7030 2-Meter USB Cable
New
75P7030 (New)
$9.00


Printer Stand 39V3890

Description

The InfoPrint 1988 multifunction printer comes in the following models:

       Standard  Maximum                                   Gigabit
Model memory memory Hard Drive Processor Fax Ethernet
----- -------- ------- ---------- --------- -------- --------
t01 256 MB 1280 MB Standard 800 MHz Optional Standard

The t01 model includes two 500-sheet drawers, two 1,000-sheet drawers and a 100-sheet multipurpose feeder (MFP) for a total input capacity of 3,100 sheets standard. One optional input source is supported for a total maximum input capacity of 5,100 sheets. Standard output capacity is 500 sheets with a maximum output capacity of 3,800 sheets.

Memory

All models have one slot for additional SDRAM memory. Memory options for the printer include 256 MB, 512 MB, or 1024 MB memory DIMMs. All models have one slot for the optional 256 MB flash memory card. An 80 GB hard drive comes standard.

Network connections

All models include internal 1000BaseTX (Gigabit Ethernet) as standard.

The internal wireless feature allows the printer to be connected directly to a wireless LAN. This supports the IEEE 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n draft 2.0 standards. Draft 2.0 refers to the version of the not- yet-ratified IEEE 802.11n standard.

Usage rates

The maximum monthly usage for the InfoPrint 1988 MFP is 300,000 impressions. InfoPrint Solutions Company does not recommend printing to the monthly maximum on a consistent basis.

Print quality

The print resolutions supported by the printer are:

  • 1200 x 1200 dpi
  • 2400 image quality (default mode)(2)
  • 600 x 600 dpi
  • 300 dpi

Note: (2) The 2400 Image Quality (IQ) enhancement is a special print mode designed to vary the intensity of each individual printed dot by manipulating its size to produce the appearance of greater print resolution within the limitation of a set number of dots per inch (dpi).

The toner darkness setting offers 10 user-selectable settings to balance print darkness and toner savings. The higher the setting, the darker the print (that is, level 1 is the lightest). The printers ship with a default setting of 8. Level 8 to level 1 offers up to 50% toner savings, thus reducing the cost of printing. The toner darkness setting is available through the operator panel under the Quality menu and also accessible from the print driver.

Note: Due to limitations of the printing technology, setting 9 and 10 do not provide darker print than the default setting of 8.

Font support

The InfoPrint 1988 MFP printer resident fonts include support for the following:

Emulation      Number of scalable fonts   Number of bitmapped fonts
---------- ------------------------ -------------------------
PCL 6 89 2
PostScript 158 0
PPDS 39 5

The fonts in the PCL emulation are compatible with the fonts in the HP LaserJet 4550, and include nine additional fonts and many extra symbol sets to support extra languages and applications. Included in the PCL emulation are OCR-A, OCR-B, and Code 3 of 9 barcode fonts. The fonts in the PostScript emulation are compatible with all 136 fonts in Adobe PostScript 3 and include 22 additional fonts.

Additional fonts can be downloaded to the printer RAM, optional user flash, or the hard disk.

The CD-ROM shipped with the printer includes screen fonts to match the printer's resident scalable fonts. The Software and Documentation CD also contains a variety of downloadable fonts for Hebrew and Arabic.

MFP

Scanner
----------------------------------------------------------------
Scanner Type Color/Mono flatbed scanner with RADF
Scan Technology Charge Coupled Device (CCD)
Number of Light Sources 1
Color bit depth 24 bit
Max Optical Resolution - 600 x 600 dpi (Mono)
600 x 300 dpi (Color)
Scan Area - Flatbed Max. 11.7 x 17 in. (297 x 432 mm)

Scanner RADF
----------------------------------------------------------------
Type Recirculating ADF with C-Path
Optical Resolution RADF Max. 600 x 600 dpi
(mono)
Optical Resolution RADF Max. 600 x 300 dpi (letter)
(color)
Document Capacity 75 sheets, 20 lb. (75 gsm) bond
& Output Capacity
Media Depth (thickness) Max. .15 mm
Min. .05 mm
Media Weight Max. 32 lb (128 gsm)
Min. 16 lb (38 gsm)
Speed - Maximum Mono: Up to 55 SPM
(letter/A4 long edge feed) Color: Up to 27.5 SPM
Scan Area - RADF Max. 11.7 x 17.0 in. (297 x 432 mm)
Min. 8.25 x 5.5 in. (210 x 139.7 mm)
Enlargement/Reduction 25-400%
capability

Features

The printer supports the following features:

Part
number Description
------- --------------------------------
39V0943 2 x 500-Sheet Drawer
39V0947 2,000-Sheet High Capacity Feeder
39V0945 2/3 Hole Finisher
39V0946 2/4 Hole Finisher
39V2594 2/3 Hole Booklet Finisher
39V2595 2/4 Hole Booklet Finisher
39V3415 256 MB Memory
39V3416 512 MB Memory
39V3417 1024 MB Memory
39V3593 256 MB Flash Memory
39V3891 Bar Code Card
39V3463 Decryption Card
39V3634 IPDS & SCS/Tne Card
39V3616 V.34 Fax Card
39V1524 Ethernet 10/100BaseTX (1 USB port)
39V1525 Ethernet 1000BaseTX (4 USB ports)
75P6854 802.11g Wireless to USB
39V3623 802.11b/g/n Wireless Print Server
39V3423 Parallel 1284-B Interface Card
39V3424 RS-232C Serial Interface Card
75P7029 10 ft. Parallel Cable
75P7030 2-meter USB Cable
39V3618 Korean Font Card
39V3619 Simplified Chinese Font Card
39V3620 Traditional Chinese Font Card
39V3621 Japanese Font Card
39V3890 Printer Stand with Cabinet

Accessibility by people with disabilities

For hardware offerings: The following features support use by people with disabilities:

  • Controls and latches are operable with one hand and minimal dexterity.
  • The display, controls, latches, and levers are accessible to someone in a wheel chair.
  • Color is used as an enhancement for conveying information, as well as an additional method of distinguishing between buttons, controls, and latches.

Models

Model Summary Matrix

Model Standard Memory Maximum Memory Hard Drive Processor Fax Gigabit Ethernet
t01 256 MB 1280 MB Standard 800 MHz Optional Standard

Customer Setup (CSU)

Yes.

Performance Specifications

The InfoPrint 1988 MFP maximum print speeds are shown in the following table. Actual performance depends on:

  • Interface to the host (USB or network)
  • Host system and application
  • Page complexity and content of the page
  • Certain printer options installed or selected with the printer
  • Available memory in the printer
  • Media size, media type, and tray source
  • Printer resolution

The table below specifies throughput based on resolution and media size. For a complete range of media sizes supported, see Media Support.

The InfoPrint 1988 MFP time to first print are shown in the following table.

Time to first print (TTFP)
------------------------------------------
Ready mode 6.5 sec
Low Power/Standy mode 21.0 sec
Power Saver mode 31.5 sec

Note: Time to first print (TTFP) is the amount of time it takes to print the first page of a print job. TTFP test measure the average time it takes from pressing the "Enter" button on the keyboard to the page exiting the standard output bin.

Print Speeds are shown in the following table.

Media Size                      Tray 1
--------------------------- ------
simplex thru-put up to
Letter & A4 LEF 55 PPM
Ledger & A3 SEF 28 PPM
Legal SEF 33 PPM

duplex thru-put up to
Letter & A4 LEF 50 PPM
Ledger & A3 SEF 18 PPM
Legal SEF 20 PPM

Print Area

The InfoPrint 1988 MFP printable area is limited to within 4.0 mm (0.16 in.) of top, bottom, left or right edges of the media. Any information placed outside this specified printable area will not print.

Media Support

The t01 model includes two 500-sheet drawers, two 1000-sheet drawers and a 100-sheet multipurpose feeder (MFP) for a total input capacity of 3,100 sheets standard. One optional input source is supported for a total maximum input capacity of 5,100 sheets. Standard output capacity is 500 sheets with a maximum output capacity of 3,800 sheets.

The 002 model includes two 500-sheet drawers and a 100-sheet multipurpose feeder (MFP) for a total input capacity of 1,100 sheets standard. Up to two optional input sources are supported for a total maximum input capacity of 5,100 sheets. Standard output capacity is 500 sheets with a maximum output capacity of 3,800 sheets. See table below for standard and maximum media capacities.

Input Media Combinations and Capacities (sheets)

                                Opt.(1)
2x500 Opt.(1)(2) Opt.
Std. Std. sheet 2000-sheet 2000-sheet Total
drawer drawer MPF drawer dual input hi cap feeder capacity
------ ------ --- ------- ---------- ------------- --------
Standard 500 500 100 1100
(model 002)

Sandard 500 500 100 2000 3100
(model t01)

Opt. 2x500 500 500 100 1000 2100
sheet drawer

Maximum 500 500 100 2000 2000 5100

Note: (1) Either optional 2x500-sheet drawer or optional 2000-sheet dual input can be installed but not both together.

Note: (2) The 2000-sheet dual input is standard on t01 model.

Output Media Capacities (sheets)

                                    Opt.     Opt.     Opt.
Std. Opt. Opt. booklet booklet booklet
output finisher finisher finisher finisher finisher Total
bin bin 1 bin 2 bin 1 bin 2 bin 3 capacity
------ -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
Standard 500 500
Maximum 300 500 3000 3800
w/ finisher
Maximum 300 500 1500 270 2570
w/ booklet
finisher

Media Size Sensing

The table below outlines the automatic sensing support.

Sensing function
----------------------------
Paper present Yes
Output bin near full Yes
Output bin full Yes
Output bin empty Yes
Misc. other
-Auto size Yes
-Tray low Yes
-Cover open Yes
-Cartridge present Yes
-Supplies low Yes
-Staples low/out Yes

Output bin sensing capability

                           Empty   Full
Sensing function sensor sensor
------------------------- ------ ------
Standard bin No Yes
Standard finisher bin 1 No Yes
Standard finisher bin 2 No Yes
Booklet finisher bin 1 No Yes
Booklet finisher bin 2 Yes Yes
Booklet finisher bin 3 No Yes

Input and output media capabilities

Duplex feed characteristics:

Paper size          Orientation  Duplex support
---------- ----------- --------------
A5 SEF Yes
JIS-B5 LEF Yes
JIS-B4 SEF Yes
Executive LEF Yes
Letter LEF/SEF Yes
A4 LEF/SEF Yes
11 x 17 in. SEF Yes
A3 SEF Yes
Legal SEF Yes
Folio SEF Yes
Statement SEF Yes
Universal SEF/LEF No
7 3/4 Env LEF No
10 Env LEF No
DL Env LEF No
C5 Env LEF No
Other Env SEF No

Media weights by source and destination

Source                    Weight gsm  Weight Lbs (bond)
---------------------- ---------- -----------------
Integrated Tray 1 64-105 17-28
Integrated Tray 2 64-216 17-58
Multi-purpose feeder 64-216 17-58
2 x 500 option 64-216 17-58
2000-sheet dual input 64-105 17-28
2000-sheet HCF 64-105 17-28
Duplex 64-120 17-32
Standard output 64-216 17-58
Finisher bin 1 (upper) 64-105 17-28
Finisher bin 2 64-216 17-58
Booklet Finisher (1) (2)

Note: (1) Supports only one 120 gsm cover sheet. Remaining sheets are limited to 64-90 gsm.

Note: (2) Supports only one 32 lb cover sheet. Remaining sheets are limited to 17-24 lb.

Media Sizes Supported

Input Media for InfoPrint 1988 MFP

The following table details the standard paper and envelope sizes supported by each of the respective sources. The "Universal" paper-size setting allows the user to select custom sizes within the limits specified. The table also indicates the types of media supported.

                                      Int.  Int.       2 x   2K
tray tray 500 dual 2K
Media 1 2 MPF tray input HCF
------------------------------------ ---- ---- --- ---- ------ ---
A4 210x297 mm/8.27x11.7 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
A5 148x210 mm/5.83x8.27 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
A3 297x420 mm Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
JIS-B5 182x257 mm/7.17x10.1 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
JIS-B4 257x364 mm Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
Letter 215.9x279.4 mm/8.5x11 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Tabloid 11x 17 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
Legal 215.9x355.6 mm/8.5x14 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
Executive 184.2x266.7 mm/ Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
7.25x10.5 in.
Folio 215.9x330.2 mm/8.5x13 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
Statement 139.7x215.9 mm/5.5x8.5 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
7 3/4 Env. No No Yes No No No
98.4 x 190.5 mm/3.875x7.5 in.
10 Env. No No Yes No No No
104.8 x 241.3 mm/4.12x9.5 in.
DL Env. 110x220 mm/4.33x8.66 in. No No Yes No No No
C5 Env. 162x229 mm/6.38x9.01 in. No No Yes No No No
Other Envelope No No Yes No No No
Length: 98.4 to 431.8 mm
(3.8 to 17 in.)
Width: 89 to 297 mm
(3.5 to 11.7 in.)

Media Types
Paper Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Cardstock No Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Transparencies Yes Yes Yes No No No
Paper Labels (occasional use only) Yes Yes Yes No No No

Output Media for InfoPrint 1988 MFP

                                              Fin.   Fin.   Booklet
Std. bin 1 bin 2 fin.
Media output upper lower bin 1
------------------------------------ ------ ----- ----- -------
A4 210x297 mm/8.27x11.7 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes
A5 148x210 mm/5.83x8.27 in. Yes Yes No No
A3 297x420 mm Yes Yes Yes Yes
JIS-B5 182x257 mm/7.17x10.1 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes
JIS-B4 257x364 mm Yes Yes Yes Yes
Letter 215.9x279.4 mm/8.5x11 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes
Tabloid 11x 17 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes
Legal 215.9x355.6 mm/8.5x14 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes
Executive 184.2x266.7 mm/ Yes Yes Yes No
7.25x10.5 in.
Folio 215.9x330.2 mm/8.5x13 in. Yes Yes Yes Yes
Statement 139.7x215.9 mm/5.5x8.5 in. Yes Yes No No
7 3/4 Env. Yes No No No
98.4 x 190.5 mm/3.875x7.5 in.
10 Env. Yes No No No
104.8 x 241.3 mm/4.12x9.5 in.
DL Env. 110x220 mm/4.33x8.66 in. Yes No No No
C5 Env. 162x229 mm/6.38x9.01 in. Yes No No No
Other Envelope Yes No No No
Length: 98.4 to 431.8 mm
(3.8 to 17 in.)
Width: 89 to 297 mm
(3.5 to 11.7 in.)

Media Types
Paper Yes Yes Yes Yes
Cardstock Yes No Yes No
Transparencies Yes No No No
Paper Labels (occasional use only) Yes No No No

Additional Media Guidelines for InfoPrint 1988 MFP

Paper

Paper designed for use with xerographic copiers should provide satisfactory print quality and feed reliability. Other types of supplies may be suitable. It is recommended that users test any particular brand for suitability to their applications. Refer to the printers User's Guide for additional media specifications.

Follow the media guidelines below for successful printing:

  • Rough, highly textured, limp, or pre-curled papers will result in lower print quality and more frequent paper feed failures.
  • Colored papers must be able to withstand 220 deg C (446 deg F) fusing temperature.
  • Preprinted forms and letterheads should be selected using guidelines found in the printer User's Guide. The chemical process used in preprinting may render some papers unsuitable for use with these printers.

The following paper types are not recommended for use with the printer:

  • Chemically treated papers used to make copies without carbon paper, also known as carbonless papers, carbonless copy paper (CCP), or no carbon required (NCR) paper.
  • Preprinted papers with chemicals that may contaminate the printer.
  • Preprinted papers that can be affected by the temperature in the printer fuser.
  • Preprinted papers that require a registration (the precise print location on the page) greater than +/-2.3 mm (+/-0.9 in.), such as optical character recognition (OCR) forms. In some cases, registration can be adjusted with a software application to successfully print on these forms.
  • Rough-edged, rough or heavily textured surface papers, or curled papers.
  • Recycled papers that fail EN12281:2002 (European).
  • Paper weighing less than 60 gsm (16 lb).
  • Unsuitable papers include multipart forms and documents; chemically treated papers; coated, synthetic and thermal papers; and preprinted papers requiring a high degree of registration.
  • Recycled paper less than 80 gsm may cause unacceptable results.

Recycled paper

As an environmentally conscious company, InfoPrint Solutions Company supports the use of recycled office paper produced specifically for use in laser (electrophotographic) printers. The printers are consistently tested with recycled paper (20-100% post-consumer waste) and a variety of test paper from around the world, using chamber tests for different temperature and humidity conditions. InfoPrint Solutions Company has found no reason to discourage the use of today's recycled office papers, but generally the following property guidelines apply to recycled paper.

  • Low moisture content (4-5%)
  • Suitable smoothness (100-200 Sheffield units)
  • Suitable sheet-to-sheet coefficient of friction (0.4-0.6)
  • Sufficient bending resistance in the direction of feed

Recycled paper, paper of lower weight (<60 gsm / 16 lb bond) and/or lower caliper (<3.8 mils / 0.1 mm), and paper that is cut grain-short for portrait (or short-edge) fed printers may have lower bending resistance than is required for reliable paper feeding. Before using these types of paper for laser (electrophotographic) printing, consult your paper supplier. Remember that these are general guidelines only and that paper meeting these guidelines may still cause paper feeding problems.

Envelopes

  • If envelope wrinkling occurs refer to the User's Guide for correct loading and stacking of envelopes.
  • All envelopes should be new, unused, and without package damage.
  • Envelopes with excessive curl or twist exceeding 6.0 mm, those stuck together, those with bent corners or nicked edges, or those that interlock should not be used.
  • Minimum weight: 75 gsm (20lb.)
  • The following envelopes should not be used:
    • Envelopes with windows, holes, perforations, cutouts, or deep embossing
    • Envelopes with metal clasps, string ties, or metal folding bars
    • Envelopes with exposed flap adhesive when the flap is in the closed position
  • For best results, printing on new 90 gsm (24 lb.) sulfite or 25% cotton bond envelopes is recommended.
  • Under high humidity conditions (over 60%) the envelopes may seal during printing.

Transparencies

  • Use letter or A4-size sheets only
  • Transparencies specifically designed for xerographic copy machines or laser printers may be used with the InfoPrint 1988 MFP
  • Single-sided transparencies designed for color laser printers may not work well

Labels

Labels should be selected using guidelines found in the User's Reference or the Cardstock and Label Guide and tested for acceptability. Paper labels are supported for occasional use only. VINYL AND POLYESTER LABELS ARE NOT SUPPORTED.

Print Quality

Due to the InfoPrint 1988 MFP print technology, paper designed for use with xerographic copiers should provide satisfactory print quality and feed reliability. Other types of supplies may be suitable. It is recommended that users test any particular brand for suitability to their applications. Refer to the User's Guide for additional media specifications.

Data Streams

  • PostScript 3 emulation
  • PCL 6 emulation
  • XPS
  • PPDS Migration Tool
  • PDF v1.6 emulation
  • HTML
  • DirectImage

Operator Panel

Display

Nine-inch diagonal color LCD touchscreen.

Numeric Pad

The numeric pad consists of numbers, a pound (#) sign, and a backspace button. The "5" button has surrounding bumps for non-visual orientation.

Two-Toned LED

The two-toned LED button is green and red. The lighting/flash patterns are:

  • Blinking green: Device warming up, processing data, or printing
  • Solid red: User intervention occurring or required
  • Solid green: Ready state

USB Direct Interface

Direct USB connectivity allows individuals to print files directly to the printer using an approved USB flash memory device. Through the printer's USB Direct interface on the printer's operator panel, a user can simply insert the USB flash memory device, select the appropriate file and or select the USB flash memory device as a scan destination.

Direct USB requires a supported USB flash memory device. The following have been tested and approved for USB flash memory devices:

  • Lexar Firefly 512MB (Part Number JDFF512-431EM)
  • Lexar Firefly 1GB (Part Number JDFF1GB-431TO)
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro 512MB (Part Number SDCZ4-512-A10)
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro 1GB (Part Number SDCZ4-1024-A10)
  • Sony 512MB (Part Number USM512J)
  • Sony 1GB (Part Number USM1GJ)

While other USB flash drives have not been tested and therefore cannot be approved by InfoPrint Solutions Company, these products may function if the storage device meets the following qualifications:

  • Supports the USB 2.0 specification, specifically supporting the High Speed mode
  • Use the FAT file system

MFP

Scan Performance

The following table summarizes scan performance.

Scan Speed
----------------------------------------------------------
Sides Per Minutes (SPM)(Mono Simplex) Letter - 55
A4 - 55
Sides Per Minutes (SPM)(Color Simplex) Letter - 27.5
A4 - 27.5
Sides Per Minutes (SPM)(Mono Duplex) Letter - 50
A4 - 50
Sides Per Minutes (SPM)(Color Duplex) Letter - 18
A4 - 18

Note: TTFS = Total time to first scan: times will vary based on file size.

Scan Features

  • Content, Darkness, Edge Erase, Transmission Log, Advanced Imaging, Scan Preview
  • Job Build/Custom job from Flatbed or RADF
  • Duplex Scan
  • Mono Output Resolution: 600 X 600dpi (Max)
  • Color Output Resolution: 600 X 300 (Max) (Paper size dependent)
  • USB and Network TWAIN Drivers
  • Scan Destinations:
    • USB Thumbdrive
    • PC
    • E-mail
    • FTP
    • LDSS
    • Network or USB connected computer
    • Window network folder (requires installation of embedded scan to folder application)
  • File Formats:
    • TIFF
    • JPG or JPEG
    • PDF
    • Secure PDF
    • XPS
  • Scan Preview
  • Support Compressions:
    • PDF - 1 bit - JBIG2, CCIT G4, Flate 8/24 bit - Flate, JPEG
    • TIFF - 1 bit - CCITT G4 8/24 bit - Packbits, LZW
    • JPG - 8/24 bit - JPEG
    • XPS - 8/24 bit - Zlib and JPEG 1 bit - Zlib
    • PDF and Secure PDF must have the same compression

Fax Features

  • Block Junk Fax Function/Banned Fax List
  • Block Junk Fax Function = Yes

    Blocks junk faxes based on caller ID and remote station ID.

  • Caller ID Support = Yes
  • Fax Forwarding

    Incoming faxes may be forwarded to another fax machine, e-mail, FTP, LDSS, or eSF. In order to fax to LDSS, LDSS is required.

  • HalfTone
  • Max Broadcast Locations

    Maximum Broadcast locations is 400.

    Note: Each number in a group fax is a location.

  • Group Fax (Broadcasting)
  • Manual Fax
  • Fax from PC

    Fax from PC is supported using Postscript driver for both local and network attach modes.

  • Fax Shortcuts

    Maximum Characters Per Shortcut = 512 characters

  • Speed Dials
  • Fax Content:
    • Text
    • Text/Photo
    • Photograph
  • Fax Preservation
  • LDAP Lookup

Copy Specific Specifications

Detailed first copy out times:

Input       Size       Copy Start State          Copy Time(1)
------- ---------- ---------------- ------------
Mode: Text or Text/Photo
RADF(1) Letter/A4 Ready 8.4 sec
RADF(1) Letter/A4 StandBy 21.0 sec

Flatbed Letter/A4 Ready 8.4 sec
Flatbed Letter/A4 StandBy 20.0 sec

Mode: Text/Photo
RADF(1) Letter/A4 PowerSaver 29.8 sec

Flatbed Letter/A4 PowerSaver 29.8 sec

Note: (1) Loading paper in the RADF or Flatbed or touching the MFP display will activate warm-up of the MFP and could lower this time to first copy.

Time to First Copy/or First Copy Out Time (TTFC or FCOT) - Regardless of using the Flatbed or the ADF this is the amount of time from pressing the Copy button until the preprinted copy sheet lands in the output bin.

Copy Features/Functions

  • Copy Resolution:
    • 600 dpi optical
    • 300 or 600 dpi feed
  • Paper Save Functions (N-Up):
    • 2 Up Portrait
    • 2 Up Landscape
    • 4 Up Portrait
    • 4 Up Landscape
  • Scale (Reduced/Enlarge) function:
    • 25% to 400%
  • Maximum Number of Copies:
    • 999
  • Separator Sheets:
    • Between Pages
    • Between Copies
    • Between Jobs
  • Duplex output:
    • Long edge binding
    • Short edge binding
  • Advanced Imaging:
    • Negative Image, Mirror Image, Background Removal, Sharpness, Shadow Detail, Auto Center etc.
  • Content, Darkness, Custom Job, Finishing (Staple Hole Punch, Saddlestitch), Header/Footer, Edge Erase, Save as Shortcut, Sample Copy, Overlays, Margin Shift, Copy Collation

Fax Specific Specifications

Fax Performance

The following table summarizes performance numbers

Function                     Performance
------------------------ -------------------------------------------
Fax Send Transmission(1)
Speed - 33.6 Kbps <3 seconds per page

Fax Storage If a hard drive is installed then faxes are
stored on the hard drive and the fax storage
is the size of the hard drive less 1 GB.
If the hard drive is not installed then
faxes are stored on the flash. The maximum
fax storage size on flash is 18 MB.

Speed Dials 500 - Based on 10 digit phone number with a
shortcut limit of 512 characters:

Group Fax 46 locations (based on 10 digit numbers
with a max of 512 characters)
Supported by speed dials (a.k.a. shortcuts)
and user interface panel

Broadcast 400 locations (each number in a fax
shortcut is a location)

Manual Fax Yes

Fax from PC Supported using PostScript driver for both
local and network attach modes

Fax Redirect E-mail 512 characters
Address Storage

Note: (1) Based on ITU-T Test Chart #1 - Text Format Business Letter

Fax and Telecom Compatibility Information

FAX Compatibility
-Line Connection PSTN or Analog PABX (RJ-11)
-ITU Compatibility Group 3 / ECM
Standard Resolution 200x100 (Send) 200x100, 204x98 (Receive)
Fine Resolution 200x200 (Send) 200x200, 204x196 (Receive)
SuperFine Resolution 300x300 (Send) 300x300, 204x391 (Receive)
UltraFine Resolution 600x600 (Send) 600x600, 400x400 408x391
(Receive)
-Modem
Speed - Standard Max is 33,600 bps, V.34
Half-Duplex
Error Correction Method ITU T.30
Automatic Train Down Yes
-Hand Set No
-Communications
The modem satisfies the require-
ments specified in ITU-T (CCITT)
recommendations V.34 half-duplex,
V.17, V.29, V.27 ter, V.21
and meets the binary signaling
requirements of V.8 and T.30 with
annex F.
Protocol: ITU T.30
Modulation Type: ITU V.34, V.17, V.29,
V.27ter
Tonal Signal: ITU V.8, V.21, T.30
Data Compression/Compression Memory T.4 1D Modified Huffman
Encoding
T.4 2D Modified Read
Encoding
T.6 Modified Read Encoding
T.88 JBIG2
T.81 JPEG
Modem Speeds: 33600, 31200, 28800,
26400, 24000,
21600, 19200,
16800, 14400, 12000,
9600, 7200, 4800, 2400 bps
Receive Level: -16dBm to -50dBm
Modem Chipset: Conexant SSF336
Output Level: Adjustable:-1dBm to -35dBm
Initial Setting: Country Dependent
Line Interface Section
-Modular Plug: RJ-11C
OutBand Signal Level: Guaranteed North American
standard and Europe PTT
-Insulation
Resistance
(250VDC)
Tip - Ring: Higher than 5 Meg Ohms
Tip - Ring-GND Higher than 5 Meg Ohms
Ring Detection: Complies with all
regulatory requirements

Dialing Characteristics
-Dial Pulse: Country Dependent
1) DTMF
Coding Format
1209 Hz 1336 Hz 1477 Hz
697 Hz 1 2 3
770 Hz 4 5 6
852 Hz 7 8 9
941 Hz * 0 #

Retry No Answer 1 Additional Retry
(also if not a fax at the far end)

Busy 0 to 9 Additional Tries
(user programmable, factory default is 5)

Frequency 1 to 200 minutes
(user programmable, factory default is 3 minutes)

Certifications

The InfoPrint 1988 MFP printer complys with the global safety standard for Information Technology Equipment, IEC 60950, and its country equivalents in the markets we serve. The following sections highlight the approvals and certifications that printer is expected to receive.

115V Version

USA,Canada          Energy Star
Canada Canadian Standards Assoc. CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.
60950-1-03, Information Technology Equipment
-Safety- Part1: General Requirements,
deviations D1 & D2
Canada ICES Class B
USA UL 60950-1, Information Technology Equipment - Safety
USA - Part 1: General Requirements, deviations D1 & D2
USA U.S. FDA CDRH - Registration - Laser Safety - per
21 CFR Chapter I, Subchapter J, Section 1040
USA IEC 60320 Appliance Coupler for Household and
Similar General Purposes
USA ECMA-74.8 Edition, Annex D
 

230V Version

European Union,     Energy Star
Australia
European Union CB IEC 60950-1, Information Technology Equipment-
Safety - Part 1: General Requirements
European Union IEC 60825-1, +A1+A2
European Union IEC 61000-3-2 (harmonics)
European Union IEC 61000-3-3 (Flicker)
European Union EN 55022:2006 Class A
European Union EN 55024:1998
European Union EN 61000-3-2: 2006
European Union EN 61000-3-3: 1995
European Union CISPR 22: 2005 Class A
European Union IEC 60320 Appliance Couplers for Household and
Similar General Purposes
European Union CE marking via EU Declaration of Conformity
to the EMC (2004/108/EC) and Low Voltage (2006/95/EC)
R&TTE (1999/5/EC) Directives
 
Environment Certifications

US, Canada, Energy Star

Fax Certifications

USA CFR 47, Part 68 - TCB Grant of approval
Australia ACMA "A-Tick" mark based on Suppliers Declaration of
Conformity with Electromagnetic Compatibility Standards
as required under the Radiocommunications Act, AS/ACIF
S002:2005, Analogue interworking and non-interference
requirements for Customer Equipment for connection to
the Public Switched Telephone Network and safety standard
AS/NZS 60950-1:2003
Canada Self Declaration to CS-03
European Union Meets R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC and test reports to ETSI
ES 203 021-2, -3.
Israel MOC certificate
Russia Russian Ministry certificate
Russia Russian Declaration of Compliance validated by Federal
Communications Agency
South Africa ICASA certificate

802.11 Wireless Certifications

USA FCC Part 15.27 and other relevant provisions of the Code
of Federal Regulations dealing with intentional radiators
Canada Industry Canada RSS-210, RSS-GEN and RSS-102
European Union Meet R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC and Compliance to ETSI EN
300 328, EN 301 489-1, -17 and EN 50371
Australia Declaration of Conformity to Australian ACMA standards
Radiocommunications (Data Transmission Equipment Using
Spread Spectrum Modulation Techniques) Standard 2003 and
Radiocommunications (Electromagnetic Radiation - Human
Exposure) Standard 2003
Israel Certificate of Type Approval from Israel regulator MOC
Philippines Certificate of type Approval from the Philippines
regulator NTC
Other/Misc. Other country approvals may be obtained

Security Features

These printers/MFPs contain several standard and optional features and functions that improve or enhance the security of the device. See User Guide for more information.

Authentication and Authorization Subsystem (AAS)

This subsystem provides a centralized method for user authentication and authorization when trying to access protected functions or settings. It supports several types of user credentials including internal accounts, NTLM, Kerberos 5, LDAP, LDAP + GSSAPI, passwords and PINs. Access controls can be used to protect or disable various functions (i.e. copy, email, and fax) on the device. Access controls can be modified through settings from the operator panel or through the embedded web server.

Many access controls support both authentication (all users with valid credentials can gain access) and authorization (users in particular groups are granted access after they successfully authenticate).

Users can also disable unneeded protocols and network communication paths by which the MFP can be configured.

Security Audit Log

The security audit log monitors the device's operations and records security-related events and security-related settings changes. Supports industry-standard syslog.

MFP touch screen lock function/Operator Panel Lock

The MFP touch screen lock function disables the MFP functions such as copy and scan-to-e-mail. This helps secure the MFP from unauthorized use when the office is idle or unattended. An administrator must enable the function and set the Function Access Control (FAC) template for use with the function. Any authorized user may then lock the MFP touch screen or unlock the touch screen using the required credentials.

When locked, every job the MFP receives, will buffer to the hard disk. A user can print jobs, including received faxes, only by entering the correct credentials on the operator panel.

Note: This setting is only functional when a hard disk is installed.

Note: Back channel data will be processed while the MFP is locked. Reports such as user or event logs can be retrieved from a locked MFP.

Using the Secure Embedded Web Server (http)

When a browser is pointed to the MFP's address with the "http://" prefix the MFP and a client system can negotiate an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) connection. SSL provides encrypted connections to a device's Embedded Web Server via the SSL port (443) instead of the default HTTP port (80). This protects the contents of the session against eavesdropping, and allows for secure remote management of the printer.

Supporting SNMPv3 (Simple Network Management Protocol version 3)

SNMPv3 protocol allows for encrypted and authenticated network communications. It also lets the administrator select a desired level of security. Prior to use, at least one user name and password must be established from the settings page. To configure for SNMPv3 through the Embedded Web Server of the MFP:

Supporting IPSec (Internal Protocol Security)

IP Security protocol provides authentication and encryption of communications at the network layer allowing all application and network communications over the IP protocol to be secure. IPSec can be set up between the MFP and up to five hosts, using both IPv4 and IPv6.

Disabling Ports and Protocols

The TCP and UDP ports can be configured to be enabled or disabled.

Using 802.1x Authentication

802.1x port authentication allows the MFP to join networks that require authentication before allowing access. 802.1x port authentication can be used with the WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) feature of an optional internal wireless print server to provide WPA-Enterprise security support.

Support for 802.1x requires the establishment of credentials for the MFP. The MFP must be known to the Authentication Server (AS). The AS will allow network access to devices presenting a valid set of credentials which typically involves a name/password combination and possibly a certificate. The AS will allow network access to the MFP presenting a valid set of credentials. The credentials can be managed by using the Embedded Web Server of the MFP.

Confidential Print Setup

Confidential Print Setup allows the designation of a maximum number of PIN entry attempts and allows setting an expiration time for print jobs. When a user exceeds a specific number of PIN entry attempts, all of the user's print jobs are deleted. When a user has not printed their jobs within a designated time period, the print jobs are deleted.

Encrypting the Hard Disk (AES-256)

Note: This setting is only available when a hard disk is installed.

The hard disk encryption setting gives the device the ability to encrypt all data, buffered and/or stored, on the devices internal hard disk drive. This protects not only residual data left over after jobs, but also protects data actively being used from malicious access at all times. When hard disk drive encryption is activated, an encryption key (256 bit AES symmetric encryption) is pseudo-randomly generated and stored in a proprietary fashion within the MFP and not on the device's hard disk drive. This measure insures the contents of the hard disk drive would remain indecipherable if the hard drive were stolen from the device.

This feature is disabled by default, and enabled through the Power On Configuration menu. When enabled or disabled, the entire drive is formatted, destroying any references to data that may have been stored previously.

Hard Disk Wiping

Hard disk wiping is the ability to clean/sanitize information buffered and/or stored on a device's internal hard disk drive. There are two levels of disk wiping supported within the device. A fast disk wipe is a single overwrite pass with all zeros. A secure disk wipe is a three overwrite passes with different bit patterns followed by a verification pass, otherwise known as a NIST compliant wipe.

There are 4 ways to initiate wiping of the hard disk:

  • Manual wipe(1) - Use the operator panel to initiate wiping of all data that has been written to the disk since the manual wiping mode was enabled.
  • Scheduled wipe(1) - Use the EWS or the MFP touch screen to schedule times and the day(s) when a disk wipe will occur.
  • Automatic wipe(1) - Use this to automatically wipe data written to the disk after each job.
  • Configuration menu wipe - Use this to perform a multi-purpose overwrite of all sectors on the hard drive.

Each of the above wiping methods can be configured to perform a single or multi-pass wipe.

Disk wiping can be enabled from the MFP touch screen, the Embedded Web Server, or manually through the Power On Configuration Menu.

Note: (1) Data written to the disk while disk wiping mode was off will not be wiped.

Using the Restricted Server List Function

The Restricted Server List lets a system support person restrict which hosts are allowed to communicate with the MFP over the network which prevents other hosts from managing and printing to the MFP. Note: The Restricted Server List only restricts TCP traffic; it does not affect UDP traffic. The Restricted Server List supports up to ten host addresses or ten network addresses.

Digitally Signed Firmware Update Files

Upgraded firmware files from InfoPrint Solutions Company are now signed with a digital signature, which verifies the source and authenticity of the updated code. This prevents a malicious user from creating and uploading to the MFP custom code that could intercept and expose potential confidential data.

Printer Management Utilities

MarkVision Professional

Available from:

http://www.markvisionprofessional.com

MarkVision Professional is a cross-platform print management solution that enables IT administrators to proactively monitor and manage network devices in an enterprise environment via a web browser or client application. It provides IT administrators with realtime device status and information, centralized device setup, remote printer monitoring and management, and asset management capabilities. These devices are supported by MarkVision Professional v11.2 with no additional plug-ins.

MarkVision Messenger

Available from:

http://www.markvisionprofessional.com

MarkVision Messenger provides real-time notification of printer conditions via e-mail, paging, or other applications and facilitates automated responses to these conditions before they become critical and disruptive to user productivity. MarkVision Messenger enhances administrators' quality for service and improves end-user productivity and satisfaction.

Software Installation and Distribution tools

This Install utility provides a very powerful method to install or uninstall printer software in Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 environments. Through the use of the Script Install utility, System Administrators can easily perform mass rollouts of these printers by creating custom scripts to perform local or remote printer software installations on end user workstations. When combined with the Driver Profiler utility, I/T shops can centrally create and deploy custom printing environments for each remote location. Together, these utilities drastically reduce the time required to install printer software in a distributed environment.

Printing Solution for Novell systems

Available from:

http://www.infoprint.com

This Printing Solution for Novell systems offers administrators more control over these printers. This all-inclusive package provides support for both NDPS and iPrint printing systems on NetWare 5.1, 6.0, 6.5 servers and NOES for NetWare servers. The package consists of Novell's NDPS gateway coupled with InfoPrint Solutions Company custom control snap-ins for both NetWare Administrator (NWAdmin) and iManager. By offering custom support for both NetWare Administrator and iManager management utilities, this offering allows administrators to take full control of InfoPrint Solutions Company printers in a Novell printing environment.

Host Software

Windows Systems Drivers

To maximize the user experience, InfoPrint Solutions Company offers system PCL emulation and PostScript emulation drivers for Windows systems. Built on Microsoft technology, these customized system drivers for Windows provide the most comprehensive set of printing features available for InfoPrint Solutions Company products. Offering an easy-to- use interface and time saving preset features, the InfoPrint Solutions Company drivers allow users to access popular features intuitively, while utilizing Microsoft's rendering engine to provide a solid printing experience. InfoPrint Solutions Company Status Messenger replaces the prior status window.

Universal Driver

The InfoPrint Solutions Company Universal Driver packages in PCL and PS emulations are compatible with InfoPrint printers. The Universal Drivers for Windows promote efficiency in the printing environment, while maintaining the ease-of-use of our system drivers.

Support and training are simplified, as one driver can print to multiple printers, including single function and multifunction, color and monochrome, desktop and departmental. The same graphic user interface has been used to maintain continuity with our product specific drivers. Many cost-saving options, like duplex and multi-page printing, and security options like Confidential Print, as part of our Print and Hold options, are available to maximize output, minimize cost, and maintain security. The Universal Driver packages are available for various operating systems in both PCL and PostScript emulations.

Printer Drivers for UNIX and Linux systems

These printer drivers reduce the complications of printing in UNIX and Linux environments. The InfoPrint Solutions Company printer drivers provide fully scriptable command-line options. When running in X-Windows mode, The printer drivers make it easy to access many popular printer features without memorizing command line options through a GUI interface.

InfoPrint Solutions Company provides PPD files for Linux distributions using the Common Unix Printing System (CUPS). These PPD files provide the user with access to popular printing features while allowing the user to take full advantage of built-in CUPS capabilities.

InfoPrint Solutions Company Printer Software for Macintosh

InfoPrint Solutions Company offers Max OS printing software (PPDs, PDEs, etc.) to enhance the printing experience in an Apple environment. These files allow Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X users access to advanced printing features included with this product. Printer Status complements the driver software by providing printer status feedback from a remote location. Other utilities such as Printer File Loader and Printer Settings provide means to perform targeted tasks.

Microsoft Windows Certification

The InfoPrint Solutions Company laser printers include Microsoft Certified and digitally signed printer drivers and signed USB scan drivers. The driver certification indicates a high level of compatibility between the Windows operating system and the InfoPrint Solutions Company printer. Printer drivers for these products have received certification under the following operating systems:

  • Windows XP:
    • Home Edition
    • Professional Edition
    • Professional x64 Edition
  • Windows Server 2003:
    • Standard Edition
    • Enterprise Edition
    • Standard x64 Edition
    • Enterprise x64 Edition
  • Windows Vista:
    • Home Basic Edition
    • Home Premium Edition
    • Business Edition
    • Enterprise Edition
    • Ultimate Edition
    • Home Basic x64 Edition
    • Home Premium x64 Edition
    • Business x64 Edition
    • Enterprise x64 Edition
    • Ultimate x64 Edition
  • Windows Server 2008:
    • Standard Edition
    • Enterprise Edition
    • Datacenter Edition
    • Standard x64 Edition
    • Enterprise x64 Edition
    • Datacenter x64 Edition

Software

Printer drivers are provided on the Drivers and Utilities CD that is packaged with the printer. See PublicTIFF - 1 bit - CCITT G4 8/24 bit - Packbits, LZW ations section for details.

The Windows software applications, which operate in the operating systems listed above, are best suited to run with the drivers supplied with the printer. These drivers for Windows take advantage of your printer functions and increase the printer performance wherever possible.

Operating Systems

Apple Macintosh(1)

  • Mac OS 9 (9.2)
  • Mac OS X (10.2, 10.3, 10.4 or 10.5)

Microsoft Windows(1)

  • Microsoft Windows 95 4.00950 (OSR2) or later(10)
  • Microsoft Windows 98.1st Edition(10)
  • Microsoft Windows 98.2nd Edition(10)
  • Microsoft Windows Me(10)
  • Microsoft Windows NT 4 SP6(10)
  • Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server SP6(10)
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server running Terminal Services
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.0
  • Microsoft Windows XP Home
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition Running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard x64 Edition running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition Running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.0
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.5
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.0
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.5
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard x64 Edition running Terminal services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.0 for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard x64 Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.5 for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.0 for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition running Terminal Services with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.5 for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Basic Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium x64 Edition

Supported Operating Systems (Printer & Scan Drivers)

  • Microsoft Windows Vista Business Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Business x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard x64 Edition running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise x64 Edition running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Datacenter x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition running Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Datacenter x64 Edition running Terminal Server

Novell(2)

  • Novell NetWare 5.1 (Support Pack 6 or later) with NDPS
  • Novell NetWare 6.0 (Support Pack 3 or later) with NDPS
  • Novell NetWare 6.5 with iPrint or NDPS
  • Novell NetWare 5.x, 6.x with iPrint or NDPS
  • Novell Open Enterprise Server for NetWare with iPrint or NDPS
  • Suse-based Open Enterprise Server (Windows Client support only)

UNIX(4)

  • HP UX 11.11, 11.23, 11.31
  • Sun Solaris SPARC 7, 8, 9, 10
  • Sun Solaris x86 10
  • IBM AIX 5.2, 5.3, 6.1 (Colon files and enhanced printer drivers)

Linux

  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 8
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
  • OpenSUSE 10.2
  • OpenSUSE 10.3
  • OpenSUSE 11.0
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS 3
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS 4
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS 5
  • Debian GNU/Linux 4.0
  • Linspire 6.0
  • Red Flag Linux Desktop 5.0 (Simplified Chinese only)
  • Red Flag Linux Desktop 6.0 (Simplified Chinese only)
  • Linpus LINUX Desktop 9.2 (Traditional Chinese only)
  • Linpus LINUX Desktop 9.3 (Traditional Chinese only)
  • Ubuntu 7.10
  • Ubuntu 8.04 LTS

Other

  • Virtually any platform supporting TCP/IP(5)
  • IBM iSeries and AS/400 Systems with TCP/IP with OS/400 V3R1 or later, using OS400 Host Print Transform(5)
  • SAP Device Type Support

Note: (1) Download the latest MFP drivers from the InfoPrint Web Site.

Note: (2) InfoPrint Printing Solution is only available from the InfoPrint Web Site.

Note: (3) MFP driver support only. No support for InfoPrint utilities. Driver must be installed using Windows Add Printer Wizard.

Note: (4) Support for these operating systems only available from the InfoPrint Web Site.

Note: (5) Drivers for these operating systems are not provided by InfoPrint.

Note: (10) No scan support is available.

Supported Operating Systems (MarkVision Professional 11.2)

Apple Macintosh

  • Apple Mac OS X 10.4

Microsoft Windows

  • Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (SP4)
  • Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), 32-bit only
  • Windows 2003 Server Service Pack 2 (SP2), 32-bit only
  • Windows 2003 Server R2 Service Pack 2 (SP2), 32-bit only
  • Windows Vista Enterprise
  • Windows Vista Business

UNIX

  • IBM AIX 5.3
  • HP-UX 11i (11.11)
  • Sun Solaris SPARC 9, 10

Linux

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) ES 4, Client 5
  • SuSE Linux Enterprise 9, 10

Physical Specifications

Dimensions

              Width           Depth            Height        Weight
------------ ---------- --------- ----------
All Models
641.0 mm (3) 705.0 mm 1095.0 mm 106.1 kg
(25.25 in) (25.75 in) (43.0 in) (234.0 lb)

Finisher (w/tray extended)
775.0 mm 645.0 mm 1045.0 mm 52.0 kg
(30.5 in) (25.4 in) (41.1 in) (115.0 lb)

High Capacity Feeder
406.0 mm 610.0 mm 381.0 mm 29.0 kg
(16.0 in) (24.0 in) (15.0 in) (64.0 lb)

2 x 500-Sheet Tray
540.0 mm 520.0 mm 292.0 mm 22.2 kg
(21.3 in) (20.5 in) (11.5 in) (40.0 lb)

2,000-Sheet Dual Input
540.0 mm 520.0 mm 292.0 mm 29.5 kg
(21.3 in) (20.5 in) (11.5 in) (65.0 lb)

Booklet Finisher (w/tray extended & front cover open)
840.0 mm 645.0 mm 1045.0 mm 87.5 kg
(33.0 in) (25.4 in) (41.1 in) (193.0 lb)

Booklet Finisher
750.0 mm 645.0 mm 998.0 mm 87.5 kg
(29.5 in) (25.4 in) (39.3 in) (193.0 lb)

Note: (3) Lowering MPF tray adds 210 mm (8.3 in), lowered and fully extended adds 330 mm (13.0 in).

Minimum clearance requirements

          Left side    Right side     Front        Rear       Top
---------- ---------- --------- -------- ---------
642.0 mm 1000.0 mm 480.0 mm 200.0 mm 457.0 mm
(25.3 in) (39.3 in) (18.9 in) (7.8 in) (18.0 in)

Operating Environment

Operating environment
Temperature 16 to 32 C (60 to 90 F)
Humidity 8% to 80% relative humidity
Altitude 0 to 3,048 meters (10,000 ft)

Storage and shipping environment (packed)
Temperature -40 to 43.3 C (-40 to 110 F)
Humidity 5% to 95% relative humidity
Altitude 0.25 atmospheric pressure
(equivalent to 10,300 m;
34,000 feet)

Storage and shipping environment (Unpacked)
Temperature 0 to 40 C (32 to 104 F)
Humidity 5% to 80% relative humidity

Electrical specifications

Low-voltage models

  • 100 - 127 V ac at 50 - 60 Hz, nominal
  • 90 - 137 V ac, extreme

High-voltage models

  • 220 - 240 V ac at 50 - 60 Hz (not available in all countries)
  • 198 - 259 V ac, extreme

Average power consumption

The following table specifies nominal average power requirements for the base printer configuration for InfoPrint 1988 MFP.

Printing states                   Power
--------------------------------- --------------
Off .50 W
Power saver mode 22 W
Standby mode 90 W
Ready 160 W
Simplex printing 830 W
Duplex printing 660 W
Copying 840 W
Scanning 200 W

Typical electricity consumption test
Normal mode 10.516 kwh/wk
Eco mode 7.443 kwh/wk

Maximum current while printing
115 Volts 12 A (rms)
230 Volts 8 A (rms)

Acoustics

All measurements were made in accordance with ISO 7779 and reported in conformance with ISO 9296.

                          1 meter average   Declared
sound pressure sound power
Mode level level
---------------- --------------- -----------
Simplex printing 53 dBA 6.9 Bels
Duplex printing 56 dBA 7.2 Bels
Copying 54 dBA 7.0 Bels
Mono Scan 55 dBA 7.1 Bels
Color Scan 50 dBA 6.6 Bels
Ready 30 dBA 4.6 Bels

Publications

All hardcopy publications are downloadable from the InfoPrint Solutions Company Web site:

http://www.infoprint.com

The following publications are shipped with the products:

  • Software and Documentation CD

User's Guide (contained on CD)

The User's Guide will be available in the following languages: Arabic, English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Turkish.

Operator Panel

The operator panel will be available in the following languages: English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.

No Charge Specify Codes

None.

Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable

Mach       Feature Part
type Model number number Description UPC
---- ----- ------- ------- ------------------------------ ---------------
4859 t01 39V3815 InfoPrint 1988 MFP 8-45481-00151-7
ServicePacs

Machine Electronic
Type Model Description Part Number
------- ----- ------------------------------- -----------
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 2YR IOR 9X5/NBD 68Y4979
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 3YR IOR 9X5/NBD 68Y4980
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 1YR IOR 24X7/SD 68Y4981
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 2YR IOR 24X7/SD 68Y4982
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 3YR IOR 24X7/SD 68Y4983
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 1YR IOR 9X5/NBD (MA) 68Y4984
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 2YR IOR 9X5/NBD (MA) 68Y4985
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 1YR IOR 24X7/SD (MA) 68Y4986
4859 All SVCPAC PTR 2YR IOR 24X7/SD (MA) 68Y4987
 
Printer Features
Part
number Description
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39V0943 2 x 500-Sheet Drawer
39V0947 2,000-Sheet High Capacity Feeder
39V0945 2/3 Hole Finisher
39V0946 2/4 Hole Finisher
39V2594 2/3 Hole Booklet Finisher
39V2595 2/4 Hole Booklet Finisher
39V3415 256 MB Memory
39V3416 512 MB Memory
39V3417 1024 MB Memory
39V3593 256 MB Flash Memory
39V3891 Bar Code Card
39V3463 Decryption Card
39V3634 IPDS & SCS/Tne Card
39V3616 V.34 Fax Card
39V1524 Ethernet 10/100BaseTX (1 USB port)
39V1525 Ethernet 1000BaseTX (4 USB ports)
75P6854 802.11g Wireless to USB
39V3623 802.11b/g/n Wireless Print Server
39V3423 Parallel 1284-B Interface Card
39V3424 RS-232C Serial Interface Card
75P7029 10 ft. Parallel Cable
75P7030 2-meter USB Cable
39V3618 Korean Font Card
39V3619 Simplified Chinese Font Card
39V3620 Traditional Chinese Font Card
39V3621 Japanese Font Card
39V3890 Printer Stand with Cabinet

Printer Features

All printer features are customer installable.

Input, Output and Other Media Features

The InfoPrint 1988 MFP media features include:

(P/N 39V0943) 2 x 500-Sheet Drawer

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none
  • Conflict = 2000-Sheet Dual Input

This optional input source installs beneath the printer, and has two 500-sheet (20 lb. paper) drawers.

(P/N 39V0944) 2000-Sheet Dual Input

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite =none, Co-requisite = none
  • Conflict = 2 x 500-Sheet Drawer

This optional input source installs beneath the printer, and has one 800-sheet (20 lb. paper) drawer and one 1,200-sheet (20 lb. paper) drawer.

(P/N 39V0947) 2000 Sheet High Capacity Feeder

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = 2 x 500-Sheet Drawer or 2000-Sheet Dual Input

This optional input source installs on the left side of the printer, and has one 2000-sheet (20 lb. paper) drawer.

(P/N 39V0945) 2/3 Hole Finisher

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite =none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V0946) 2/4 Hole Finisher

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite =none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V2594) 2/3 Hole Booklet Finisher

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite =none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V2595) 2/4 Hole Booklet Finisher

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite =none, Co-requisite = none

Memory and Flash Memory Features

The InfoPrint 1988 MFP has one slot for additional memory DIMMs and one slot for flash memory cards.

The memory features include the following SDRAM features:

(P/N 39V3415) 256 MB Memory DIMM

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V3416) 512 MB Memory DIMM

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V3417) 1024 MB Memory DIMM

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

The flash memory features include:

(P/N 39V3593) 256 MB Flash Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

The following font cards plug into the flash memory slot. There are two firmware/font card and flash memory slots. One firmware/font card and one flash memory card are supported. Each may be installed in either location.

The optional DBCS (Double-Byte Character Set) Font Cards provide printer resident fonts for use printing Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese and Korean. The Chinese and Japanese font cards also contain a display font used for displaying Chinese and Japanese on some MFP devices. The DBCS Font Cards are suitable for use in a range of InfoPrint Solutions Company printers and MFPs. Fonts contained in these cards emulate those provided in Microsoft Windows. The use of printer- resident fonts in the card improves performance and minimizes network traffic since less data is downloaded to the printer. Each font card supports encodings appropriate for the language, including Adobe CID encodings.

(P/N 39V3619) Simplified Chinese Font Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V3620) Traditional Chinese Font Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

These two cards are for use with PCL and PostScript emulation. DBCS font support is available for the following languages:

  • Simplified Chinese for China with two scalable print fonts and one display font.
  • Traditional Chinese for Taiwan with two scalable print fonts and one display font.

The fonts used with the PCL emulation are compatible with the fonts in the HP LaserJet Language DIMM Memory options for Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese, which are compatible with the HP LaserJet 4050, 4000, 4000 N, 4000 T and 4000 JN. These fonts are available in the PostScript emulation and are compatible with Adobe PostScript 3.

(P/N 39V3621) Japanese Font Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

The Japanese Font Card contains two scalable print fonts for use with PCL and PostScript emulation and one display font. The Postscript fonts are compatible with Adobe PostScript 3 and emulate Adobe PostScript fonts such as those in the Ricoh NX750. The fonts used with the PCL emulation are compatible with the fonts in the HP LaserJet Language DIMM Memory options for Japanese, which are compatible with the HP LaserJet 4050, 4000, 4000 N, 4000 T and 4000 JN.

(P/N 39V3618) Korean Font Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

The Korean Font Card contains eight scalable print fonts for use with PCL and PostScript emulation and is compatible with Adobe PostScript 3. The fonts used with the PCL emulation are compatible with the fonts in the HP LaserJet Language DIMM Memory options for Korean, which are compatible with the HP LaserJet 4050, 4000, 4000 N, 4000 T and 4000 JN.

Fax Card

(P/N 39V3616) V.34 Fax Card

This plugs into the fax card slot and provides fax capability for the MFP.

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

Application Solution features

These features plug into the firmware card and flash memory card slots.

(P/N 39V3891) Bar Code Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none
  • Conflict = IPDS & SCS/Tne Card and Decryption Card

Bar Code capabilities included on the card provide the ability to algorithmically generate more than forty seven of the most popular industry standard bar codes, including Datamatrix, QR Code, and Codablock F. The bar code function emulates HP printers with an HP BarCodes & More font solution, JetCAPS BarDIMM or JetCAPS BarSIMM (v.2.0b).

(P/N 39V3634) IPDS & SCS/Tne Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none
  • Conflict = Bar Code Card and Decryption Card

This feature provides configuration flexibility and compatibility for AFP/IPDS or SCS printing on TCP/IP LAN printers. It is compatible with IBM mainframe or IBM iSeries and AS/400 applications that generate SCS (LU1) output or with applications that output AFP/IPDS through the Print Services Facility (PSF).

This feature provides IS or IT managers an affordable printing solution in a distributed network or on a local area network for applications or software that generate AFP/IPDS or SCS. The IPDS and SCS/TNe Card offers customers the following benefits:

  • Print PostScript, PCL, AFP/IPDS, SCS, and other local area network printer documents from mainframe, iSeries, or AS/400 systems on one printer.
  • Supports IPDS FS45 for full color printing. On monochrome printers, color documents can be transformed to black or shades of gray, based upon the IPDS menu Color Mode setting.
  • Support for the following object types: Encapsulated PS, Encapsulated PS with Transparency, TIFF and GIF.
  • IPDS N-up and N-up Explicit Page Placement support. Print 1 to 4 partitions per side or 8 partitions per sheet when printing duplex pages.
  • IPDS PDF417, DataMatrix, Maxicode and Quick Response (QR) 2D bar code support in the bar code tower.
  • United States Postal Service 4 state bar code support (Intelligent Mail Barcode).
  • Download DBCS outline and bitmap fonts from the host in IPDS. Support for Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, and Japanese is provided.
  • Supports downloaded True Type fonts
  • Capture bitmap or outline fonts to an optional flash memory or optional hard disk using AFP/IPDS and PSF. This results in reduced network traffic over local area networks.
  • Supports TN3270E or TN5250E SCS (LU1) over the LAN using TCP/IP with Telnet.
  • Emulates common IBM IPDS and SCS printers.
  • Automatic resolution sensing for IPDS when the Host Resolution menu item is set to Auto. Selecting Auto allows 240, 300 and 600 dpi resources to be downloaded from the host.
  • Product Identifier Self Defining Field Information is returned to the host with IPDS. Device type, serial number, printer code levels and printer name are returned to the host. These may be displayed at the host to aid in printer location and maintenance.
  • Print PostScript, PCL, AFP/IPDS, SCS, and other local area network printer documents from mainframe, iSeries, or AS/400 systems on one printer.
  • Configure SCS/TNe and IPDS settings using a printer resident web server, a browser, and the printer's IP address.

The IPDS and SCS/TNe Card is an option that is installed in the printer application solution slot. With this card and the standard Ethernet TCP/IP port, the printer becomes an IBM host workstation printer capable of printing AFP/IPDS or SCS documents from an IBM iSeries, AS/400, or mainframe computer.

The printer emulates an IBM mainframe, iSeries, or AS/400 host printer when used with the appropriate host software and this card. The printer emulates one TN3270E printer session and up to four TN5250E printer sessions using the LU1 SCS data stream over TCP/IP with the TN3270E and TN5250E extended Telnet protocol support in this option. This is supported directly from an iSeries, AS/400, or from a mainframe using TCP/IP or through any TN3270E capable gateway that supports TN3270E according to RFC 2355. The DSC/DSE or SCS data streams over LU3 or LU0 are not supported. The Telnet protocol function is only supported with the printer through the standard Ethernet network port or with the internal print servers.

The printer can be configured to save IPDS resources when attached to a LAN through the standard Ethernet port. This will improve performance on complex IPDS print jobs with host resources such as fonts, overlays, or page segments.

The IPDS emulation supports the IPDS data and resource towers. Fonts can be downloaded, captured and saved to an optional flash memory or optional hard disk in the printer. The US Postal Service (USPS) POSTNET bar code, USPS PLANET bar code, USPS 4 slate bar code, and the euro currency symbol are supported within IPDS. The euro currency symbol is also supported in the SCS, PostScript and PCL 6 emulations.

DBCS characters in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, and Japanese can be downloaded and printed from the host. DBCS fonts may be stored in flash memory or on the hard disk using the Font Capture feature to reduce network traffic and transmission time. The separate DBCS Font Cards cannot be used with the IPDS and SCS/TNe Card.

Cable Features

(P/N 75P7029) 10 Ft. Parallel Cable

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = no maximum
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This IEEE 1284 cable allows the user to connect one laser printer to one host machine (or external print server). The cable is 10 feet in length and provides a DB-25 pin connector for the host and a 36-pin Centronics connector for the printer.

(P/N 75P7030) 2-meter USB Cable

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = no maximum
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This 2 meter USB cable allows the user to connect one laser printer to one host machine (or external print server). The cable provides a USB "A" connector for the host machine and a USB "B" connector for the printer.

Internal Connection Features

There is one slot for the following internal connection features.

(P/N 39V3623) 802.11b/g/n Wireless Print Server

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V3423) Parallel 1284-B Interface Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V3424) RS-232C Serial Interface Card

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

External Print Servers Features

These external features plug into a USB port on the printer.

(P/N 39V1524) Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX (1 USB port)

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N 39V1525) Ethernet 1000BaseTX (4 USB ports)

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

(P/N varies by country) 802.11g Wireless to USB

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = network model or Ethernet feature, Co-requisite =none

This external feature allows the printer to be connected directly to a wireless LAN using the IEEE 802.11g wireless standard. This standard operates at speeds of up to 54 megabits per second (Mbps). The range of this wireless adapter depends on the environment, whether used indoors or outdoors and building contruction. Typical indoor ranges are 20-50 meters and outdoor ranges are 100-200 meters. Performance will degrade with distance. The wireless LAN feature is compliant with any WiFi-compliant device.

The feature is an external adapter that connects to the standard USB port on the printer.

Furniture Features

The following furniture feature is available.

(P/N 39V3890) Printer Stand with Cabinet

  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

Trademarks

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** Company, product, or service name may be a trademark or service mark of others.

InfoPrint is a trademark of InfoPrint Solutions Company LLC in the United States, other countries, or both.

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