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IBM Infoprint 2085 & 2105 (2785-001, 2705-001)

 
 
 
 


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IBM 2705-001 Infoprint 2105 Printer

2705-001 (IBM Banded) with 4161 (Gigabit Ethernet), 4520 (4550 sheet Hicap Feeder), 4820 (PCL / Postscript)





IBM Infoprint 2085 (2785-001) and Infoprint 2105 (2705-001)

57p1416 IBM 2085 and 2105 Toner
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57p1416 55000 x 4 yield (New)
$475.00


Driven by a powerful IBM controller, the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 deliver comprehensive printing solutions for IBMeServer environments, as well as the busy data center or in-plant reprographic center

The Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 deliver high-speed productivity for the enterprise at an attractive total cost of ownership. These two new additions to the Infoprint 2000 family of cutsheet printers are easy-to-implement, cost-effective and reliable.

Delivering true data center capabilities at speeds of up to 85 and 105 ipm respectively, the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 provide walkup productivity in office environments, yet can meet the demands of the hardest working data center or enterprise reprographic production department. 600 x 600 dpi resolution produces high-quality images and graphics.

Equipped with an integrated scanner that supports digital scanning at up to 72 ipm, the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 can consolidate your high-volume production printing and copying needs into a single device to help you achieve optimal return on investment.

Highlights

  • Offers high-quality, high-function cutsheet printing with copying capabilities
  • Can help reduce total cost of printing and enable operating efficiency
  • Provides a powerful IBM controller for optimal performance and flexibility
  • Prints at speeds of up to 85 or 105 ppm respectively with 600 x 600 dpi resolution

Capitalizing on versatility for business success
To enhance productivity and enable operating efficiency, companies need flexible, integrated output solutions. These solutions must offer fast print speeds, exceptional quality, a wide range of capabilities and easy system integration-all at an attractive total cost of ownership.

The IBM Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 are full-function, high-speed printing systems that operate at speeds of up to 85 and 105 pages per minute (ppm) respectively, and that provide 600 x 600 dots-per-inch (dpi) resolution to produce high-quality images and graphics. Among the first to effectively combine a true data-center-centric controller with copying capabilities, both the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 are easy-to-use solutions that can help you gain a competitive edge.

Improving productivity with high-speed printing
The Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 meet the need for fast output speed, moderate duty cycles and flexible capabilities while helping you achieve low operating costs. Designed to meet IBM iSeries' and IBM zSeries customer requirements, while remaining compatible with other systems, the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 are high-function production printers that facilitate consolidation between information technology and reprographics production centers. They are also ideal for distributed environments where they can serve as consolidated printing and copying solutions.

The Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 are the only printers in their class and price range that have the IBM Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) as a standard feature. IPDS is a printer-device datastream that controls printer functions and enables two-way communication between the printer and the printer driver. IPDS printing provides for a cooperative print management system that can help improve error recovery, speed and reliability. The Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 also support Portable Document Format (PDF), Adobe' PostScript and Printer Control Language (PCL), Xerox datastreams (via transform), and automatic switching between datastreams.

To provide enhanced capabilities, the IBM Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 are equipped with an integrated scanner that supports digital scanning at up to 72 impressions per minute (ipm). Powerful, yet easy to use, all functions of the integrated scanner can be accessed through a large, intuitive touch panel. By consolidating your production printing and copying needs into a single device, you can achieve optimum efficiency.

Enhancing operating efficiency and controlling costs
Designed as full-function, cost-effective multifunction solutions, the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 can help increase productivity while reducing the total cost of printing. The combination of a base maintenance plan option with a cost-effective monthly fee and click charges that include toner presents attractive overall operating costs-making the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 very affordable products.

Both printers can meet your volume and cost requirements by offering up to six input trays that hold up to 7,550 sheets-allowing you to intertwine different colored stock without paying for manual insertion. Output trays feature high-capacity stitcher/stacker capabilities with up to a 3,000-sheet capacity, and a top tray holds up to 500 sheets. Standard finishers support stapling in numerous positions, and optional hole-punch kits are available.

Maximizing flexibility and efficiency with robust features
The Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 support multiple connectivity options. In addition to a walk-up touchscreen, easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI) and superior status notification, the IBM controller-in conjunction with other IBM software products and optional features-offers the following advanced functions:

Printer-resident Web pages Operators and administrators can view printer-resident Web pages through a browser using the printer Internet Protocol (IP) address. You can use Web-pull printing or direct printing to submit print jobs.

e-mail printing and notification' A user can send e-mail with attachments (PostScript, PDF and PCL) to the printer, which can print directly from the e-mail. Web-pull printing and e-mail printing are valuable tools to remote sales users, who can have the printer automatically prepare customer collateral for pickup upon arrival at the office. The Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 can also send notification to cell phones via an IP address to ensure that the user or operator receives immediate status information.

Send and save Any user can send jobs to be held for later release, and can use personal identification numbers for added security.

IBM Network Printer Manager (NPM) for Microsoft Windows IBM NPM has an easy-to-use GUI, allowing network administrators to quickly set up Notification Manager for the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105. Whether printers are low on toner, out of paper or need other attention, these notifications can quickly get the right information to the right resources, helping to improve printer uptime and end-user productivity. Additionally, administrators can use NPM to install and configure IBM network printers on local area networks, as well as to monitor and display printer status using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), an open-systems industry standard.

Network status page'To help determine the cause of printing problems, operators and administrators can use the network status screen of the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 to view the real time status of various printer-related network communications.

IBM Infoprint Manager The Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 integrate with IBM Infoprint Manager to help you effectively manage printing enterprise wide. With features such as remote management and monitoring, print-event notification and intelligent document routing and scheduling, Infoprint Manager offers exceptional scalability, adaptability and flexibility.

Offering exceptional performance and value
The high-function IBM Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 provide exceptional performance and can effectively handle your moderate monthly duty cycles at very high speeds-all at an attractive total cost of ownership. The printing and copying functions allow for device consolidation and can help increase productivity. And the Infoprint 2085 and Infoprint 2105 are backed by unmatched IBM service-flexible maintenance options include customizable, comprehensive, global service and support.

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 at a glance

IBM Infoprint 2085
IBM Infoprint 2105
Hardware components
Printer controller500 MHz PowerPC 750L processor; 10GB hard drive; 10/100 BaseT Ethernet; 256 MB RAM; optional Token-Ring
Copier controller2 x 4.3GB hard drives
2 x 48MB RAM
2 x 10.2GB hard drives
2 x 48MB RAM
Print speed (up to)85 ppm (letter/A4)
105 ppm (letter/A4)
Copy speed (up to)72 ipm (letter/A4)72 ipm (letter/A4)
Usage (max/mo. in millions)1Up to 800,000 impressions per month (letter/A4)
Paper handling
Standard input capacityTwo 1,000-sheet dual drawers; two 500-sheet drawers; optional high-capacity feeder; two 1,000-sheet drawers; one 2,550-sheet drawer
Standard output capacityOne 3,000-sheet stacker with stapling capability (up to 100 sheets); one 500-sheet top tray exit; optional hole punch 2, 3 or 4 (depends on geography)
Media sizes5.5" x 8.5" (statement); 7.25" x 10.5" (executive); 8" x 10"; 8" x 13"; 8.5" x 13" (folio); 10" x 14"; 8.5" x 11" (letter); 8.5" x 14" (legal); 8" x 10.5"; 8.25" x 13"; 11" x 17" (ledger); 11" x 15"; 148 x 210 mm (A5); 210 x 297 mm (A4); 297 x 420 mm (A3); 257 x 264 mm (B4); 182 x 257 mm (B5-JIS); 170 x 210 mm; 182 x 210 mm; 210 x 340 mm; custom (feeds out of drawers 2 and 3, no hole punch or staple, runs at half speed)
Media types/weights16 lb bond to 110 lb index (60 g/m2 to 200 g/m2); xerographic bond; rag bond; ledger grain long; dual-purpose; cover stock; recycled; short/long grain stocks; labels; transparencies
Environmental conditionsIBM Infoprint 2085
IBM Infoprint 21052
Permitted ranges: temperature50 to 90 deg. F
(10 to 32 deg. C)

50 to 80 deg. F
(10 to 27 deg. C)
Humidity10% to 85% RH
10% to 85% RH
Acoustics72 dbA (operating);
63 dbA (idle)

74 dbA (operating);
69 dbA (idle)
Communication protocolsTCP/IP; IPX/SPX; Ethertalk/Tokentalk; NetBIOS/NetBEUI; IPP
Print language supportStandard'IPDS; Optional PCL5e, PCL6, PS 3, PDF, LCDS/Metacode (with M.I.S. Print)
Software supportPSF for OS/390'; PSF/400; PSF/VSE; PSF/VM; Infoprint Manager for Windows NT' and Windows 2000; Infoprint Manager for AIX'; Network Port Monitor; Network Printer Manager
Printer functionsSend and save; lpr remote printing; IPP support; Web pages; SNMP; e-mail notification/printing; connect and print; side/edge sensitivity; printer resource utility
Copier functionsStorage of up to 250 jobs; stamping; covers; inserts; pre-scan jobs; program jobs; merging/edit files; reduction/enlargement; RADF for 100 sheets; batch mode
Print driversWindows 95/98/Se/Me/Windows NT4.0/2000/XP 32 bit PostScript 3/PCL 6 drivers; Mac OS 8.6 9.2/X/classic PS/PCL drivers; AIX 4.2x 3.3X/5L 32 bit PS/PCL drivers; Sun Solaris 7/8 Sparc drivers; SCO UNIX' Openserver 5 PS/PCL driver; HP-UX 11.00/11.20 PS/PCL drivers; Redhat Linux 8.0/7.1 PostScript 3 drivers
Physical characteristicsWidthDepthHeightWeight
Base printer66.1"
(1,678 mm)
28.9"
(735 mm)
58.1"
(1,476 mm)
664 lbs
(302 kg)
Printer and high-capacity feeder87.3"
(2,218 mm)
28.9"
(735 mm)
58.1"
(1,476 mm)
838 lbs
(381 kg)
Power requirements
North America208V, 60Hz, 11 amps
208V, 60Hz, 12 amps
EMEA220-240V, 50/60Hz, 10 amps
220-240V, 50/60Hz, 12 amps
Japan200V, 50/60Hz, 11 amps
200V, 50/60Hz, 13 amps
1IBM does not recommend reaching this monthly maximum on a consistent basis.
2The IBM Infoprint 2105 cannot run more than 20,000 impressions per day or 440,000 impressions per month at temperatures between 81 and 84 deg. F (27 and 29 deg. C); and cannot run more than 10,000 impressions per day or 220,000 impressions per month at temperatures between 84 and 90 deg. F (29 and 32 deg. C).
The Infoprint 2085 and 2105 are high-end, cut-sheet, multifunction production devices with print speeds up to 85 and 105 impressions-per-minute (ipm), with good print quality at 600 dots-per-inch (dpi) with conversions for 240 and 300 dpi. With these high output speeds, one can create a more productive environment and substantially reduce time waiting at the printer.

IPDS is standard on the Infoprint 2085 and 2105. Optional support for Adobe PostScript, PCL, and PDF is available. The Infoprint 2105 and 2085 provide Ethernet 10/100BaseT for TCP/IP and optional Token-Ring for TCP/IP attachment capability.

As network datacenter printers, the Infoprint 2085 and 2105 offer the following benefits:

  • Large paper input capacity of 3,000 sheets in three trays standard
  • Finisher with stitcher capability standard
  • Optional high-capacity feeder
  • Optional 2-, 3-, or 4-hole punch
  • Autosensing of data streams
  • Printer-resident Web pages
  • E-mail notification and status with wireless support
  • Custom paper sizes
  • Support for a variety of host software including PSF, Infoprint Manager, and Infoprint Server

As copier multifunction printers, the Infoprint 2085 and 2105 offer the following benefits:

  • 72 ipm integrated scanner at 600 dpi
  • Ability to connect two printers for up to 210 ipm in copy mode
  • Standard copying convenience functions
  • Automatic reversing document feeder and glass platen

The Infoprint 2085 and 2105 can help transform your business to become more competitive and win in the marketplace. In addition to printing at 85 ipm for Infoprint 2085 and 105 ipm for Infoprint 2105, the printers have a 72 ipm integrated scanner that supports digital copying at 85 copies per minute for Infoprint 2085 and 105 for Infoprint 2105.

High-Performance Controller

Both Infoprint 2085 and 2105 have high-performance controllers with a 500 MHz PowerPC 750L processor with 1 MB of L2 cache and an IBM printer co-processor. The controller has an onboard 10/100BaseTX Ethernet attachment and a Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Bus for an optional Token-Ring adapter.

Other benefits of the controllers include:

SDRAM Memory

Standard memory is 256 MB SDRAM. No memory options are available.

Hard Drive

A 10 GB hard drive comes standard with both printers. IPDS Single Byte Character Set (SBCS) and Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) fonts come stored on the hard drive. With the PCL/PostScript feature installed, SBCS fonts including SEMEA (Southern Europe, Middle East, Africa) PCL fonts are available on the hard drive.

Downloaded fonts and macros may be individually deleted from the hard drive. PCL 6 fonts and PCL 6 macros can be downloaded and stored using the IBM Departmental Printer Resource Utility (DPRU).

IBM AFP/IPDS

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 come standard with IBM's AFP/IPDS.

PCL/PostScript

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 support PCL and Adobe PostScript with the optional PCL/PostScript features. Included in these features are:

  • PCL 5e resident fonts - 47 fonts
  • PCL 6 resident fonts - 47 fonts
  • Adobe PostScript 3 resident fonts - 136 fonts total

The PCL/PostScript feature (feature numbers 4820/4821) includes Single Byte Character Set (SBCS) support. It also comes with a CD-ROM that includes a setup wizard, PCL/PostScript drivers, port monitors, MIBs, and DPRU. The feature is tied to a specific machine is are not interchangeable with other Infoprint 2085 and 2105 machines.

The PostScript Japanese feature (feature numbers 4810/4811) include Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) support with Morisawa fonts (Gothic BBB-Medium and Ryumin-Light). This feature should only be ordered if double byte support is required. The PCL/PostScript feature (feature number 4820/4821) is a pre-requisite for this feature. The Japanese PCL/PostScript feature is tied to a specific machine and is not interchangeable with other Infoprint 2085 and 2105 machines.

Token-Ring

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 support an optional Token-Ring 4/16 adapter in addition to the standard Ethernet attachment. However, only one attachment, Ethernet or Token-Ring, can be active at a time.

Control Panel

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 have a full-color 9-inch LCD (D-STN), 640 x 480 dot control panel. It consists of an LCD touch-screen, hard keys, and colored LEDs for status.

Two languages can be loaded into the control panel and the operator may select between the two. If Japanese language is loaded, then only one language can be loaded.

Paper Handling

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 come with 3,000-sheet input capacity standard. This capability includes three input drawers. An optional 4,550-sheet High Capacity Feeder with three drawers is available, which increases the maximum input capacity to 7,550 sheets. Duplex capability comes standard with both printers.

Custom paper sizes are supported in trays 2 and 3. Custom size is 148 mm x 210 mm (SEF) minimum (5.9 in. x 8.3 in.) and 297 mm x 432 mm (SEF) maximum (11.8 in. x 17 in.). Custom paper sizes run at half speed and are supported in PostScript, IPDS, and PCL 6, but not PCL 5.

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 print the front side of duplex pages first. This means preprinted forms that will be used for both simplex and duplex jobs can be loaded in a single tray and used effectively with no extra steps required.

A finisher with stitching capabilities comes standard with both printers. It has a proof bin with 500-sheet capacity (A4/Letter) and a shift bin with 3,000-sheet capacity (A4/Letter). Single page jobs cannot be shifted (offset) and jobs cannot be stapled and shifted. If a job requires both of these, it will be stapled only.

Optional hole-punching kits are available. See Paper Handling Options section for a description of the punch kits. Only one punch kit may be installed at a time and it requires a CE to install or change the kits. Punch jobs can go to the shift tray or proof tray.

Paper Handling Options

  • 4,550-Sheet High Capacity Feeder (feature numbers 4520/4521)

    This feature has three trays for 4,550-sheet capacity. Trays 4 and 5 have 1,000-sheet capacity each and tray 6 has 2,550-sheet capacity.

  • A3/11" x 17" Tray Kit (feature numbers 4500/4501)

    This option supports large size media including A3/11 x 17 in. media. It replaces the standard tray 1 (tandem tray) which cannot be used again without a CE involvement. This tray is supported in tray 1 only and has a capacity of 1,000 sheets. Media supported in this tray include A3 SEF, B4 SEF, A4 SEF, A4 LEF, 11" x 17" SEF, Letter SEF, Letter LEF, and Legal SEF.

  • 2-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher (feature numbers 4620/4621)

    This option supports 2-hole punching in the European and Japan format.

  • 2-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher (feature numbers 4622/4623)

    This option supports 2-hole punching in the U.S. format.

  • 3-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher (feature numbers 4624/4625)

    This option supports 3-hole punching.

  • 4-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher (feature numbers 4626/4627)

    This option supports 4-hole punching.

  • 4-Hole Swedish Style Punch Kit for Finisher (feature numbers 4628/4629)

    This option supports Swedish style 4-hole punching.

Print Quality

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 offer high-quality print resolution of 600 x 600 dpi. Both printers support up to 256 levels of gray for IOCA images.

There are three print modes; Refine, Normal, and Econo. Refine mode is the default and offers the best overall print quality. Normal mode is slightly darker than Refine mode and Econo mode is slightly lighter with reduced toner usage.

For AFP/IPDS, resolutions of 240, 600, or AUTO, the print mode must be set to enhanced print mode. Enhanced print mode produces the optimal print quality; however, complex jobs may print slower. Standard print mode is available for optimal performance of complex print jobs.

Print Area

Both printers support a printable area of within 4 mm of the edge on all sides for IPDS and PCL/PostScript data streams. Edge-to-edge mode allows printing to within 2 mm leading edge and 0 mm on all other edges of the media.

Maximum Monthly Usage

The maximum monthly usage for both Infoprint 2085 and 2105 is 800,000 impressions. IBM does not recommend printing to this monthly maximum on a consistent basis.

Average Monthly Usage

The Average Monthly Print Volume (AMPV) for Infoprint 2085 is 300,000 impressions and for Infoprint 2105 is 400,000 impressions.

Copying Capability

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 printers include a digital copier as standard. The copier is extremely powerful but still easy to use. All copier functions are accessed through the large, user friendly, dual language touch panel. Originals are scanned in and a digital representation of the original is created that can be printed on these printers.

Simplex and duplex originals can be copied by either placing them on the scanner glass or utilizing the ARDF (Auto Reverse Document Feeder). The ARDF is a fast and versatile scan feeder, capable of handling up to 100 sheets at a time (80 g/sm, 20 lb). The ADRF can scan pages up to 72 ppm (8.5" x 11" or A4). The scanner can handle a wide variety of paper sizes from 5.5" x 8.5" (140 mm x 216 mm) to 11" x 17" (279 mm x 432 mm).

The ARDF can scan mixed paper sizes and weights in the same stack. The ARDF is also capable of automatic paper size selection and automatic paper reduction/enlargement on a sheet-by-sheet basis. It scans originals at 8 bits and 600 dpi.

The copier also includes an integrated document server and editor. The document server stores up to 250 jobs or up to 5,000 pages. The document server allows the user to scan originals and save the documents onto the built-in hard drive, and print saved documents. All of the available finishing options are available when printing a stored document. Documents can be protected with user IDs and passwords. The document server also allows the user to print a sample copy, insuring that the full print job will be output correctly.

An optional Copy Connect Cable may be used to connect two printers together to load balance copy jobs between two printers. It does not double the speed of the print job. The cable is 10 meters in length.

Overall, the Infoprint 2085 and 2105 copier functions are full-featured and easy to use. The combination of a high-speed digital scanner, a top-notch printer, and exceptional function creates an extremely effective tool for any business.

Media Weights

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 support the following media weights:

  • ARDF: 52-128 g/m2 (16-32lb Bond)
  • Trays 1,2,3,6: 52-163 g/m2 (16lb Bond to 90lb Index), tabbed media not supported
  • Trays 4,5: 52-216 g/m2 (16lb Bond to 110lb Index), including tabbed media

For more information, see the IBM Advanced Function Printer Cut-Sheet Paper Reference for use with IBM Electrophotographic Printers, Publication # G544-3915, available at the following:

www.ibm.com

Third Party Enabler Features

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 support the following third party software enabler features:

  • LCDS/Metacode Channel Software Enablement (feature numbers 6120/6121)
  • LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Software Enablement (feature numbers 6130/6131)
  • LCDS/Metacode Enablement Accessories (feature numbers 6140/6141)
  • LCDS/Metacode Sun Channel Hardware Enablement (feature numbers (110/6111)
  • LCDS/Metacode ESCON Channel Hardware Enablement (feature numbers 6150/6151)
  • LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Sun Blade (feature numbers 6160/6161)

The Infoprint 2085 and 2105 are multifunctional systems that complement the Infoprint 2000 and Infoprint 70. Each Infoprint 2085 and 2105 can be used as a standalone copier, a networked printer, or both a copier and printer. The multifunctional system can also be used in the datacenter as a high-production printer with multiple data stream support.

With a maximum monthly duty cycle of 800K impressions, the Infoprint 2085 and 2105 can be used in conjunction with the Infoprint 70 or as a backup printer for the Infoprint 2000.

Maximum Print Speeds

The maximum rated print speeds using A4/Letter paper long edge feed are as follows (Impressions Per Minute):

  • Infoprint 2085:
    • 85 ipm
  • Infoprint 2105:
    • 105 ipm

Maximum Copy Speeds

The maximum rated copy speeds using A4/Letter paper long edge feed once the image has been scanned and paper fed from tray 1 with no duplex, stapling or punching are as follows (Copies Per Minute):

  • Infoprint 2085:
    • 85 ipm
  • Infoprint 2105:
    • 105 ipm

Customer Setup (CSU)

First Print Out Times (FPOT)

First print-out time is the time from when the printer receives a start printing signal in "READY" state until one sheet of paper is printed and delivered. The printer is in READY state<360 seconds after it is powered on at rated voltage.

The minimum engine first print out time for Infoprint 2085 and 2105 are listed below. These times in seconds represent A4 and letter paper from tray 1 (letter) and tray 2 (A4) with no duplex, stapling or punching.

  • Infoprint 2085:
    Media                        Shift Bin
    ------------------- ---------
    Letter LEF (tray 1) 6.2 sec
    A4 LEF (tray 2) 6.6 sec

    Note:LEF = Long Edge Feed.

  • Infoprint 2105:
    Media                        Shift Bin
    ------------------- ---------
    Letter LEF (tray 1) 5.8 sec
    A4 LEF (tray 2) 5.8 sec

    Note:LEF = Long Edge Feed.

First Copy Times

First copy times is with the copier in "READY" state, originals in the ARDF and copy media in tray 1. This represents the time from the user pressing the "START" button until the first simplex copy is delivered.

  • Infoprint 2085:
                       Proof Bin                Shift Bin
    Media Face-Up Face-Down Face-Up Face-Down
    ---------- -------- --------- -------- ---------
    A4 LEF 4.1 sec 5.4 sec 4.4 sec 5.6 sec
    Letter LEF 4.1 sec 5.4 sec 4.4 sec 5.7 sec

    Note:LEF = Long Edge Feed.

  • Infoprint 2105:
                       Proof Bin                Shift Bin
    Media Face-Up Face-Down Face-Up Face-Down
    ---------- -------- --------- -------- ---------
    A4 LEF 3.7 sec 4.7 sec 3.9 sec 5.1 sec
    Letter LEF 3.7 sec 4.8 sec 3.9 sec 5.1 sec

Note:LEF = Long Edge Feed.

Copying Capability

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 include a digital copier as standard. The copier is capable of a wide range of processing options including:

  • Scan once/print many
  • Four position stapling
  • Integrated 2, 3 or 4 hole punch
  • Large memory for storing jobs
  • First copy speed of 3.8 seconds
  • 1 - 9,999 quantity of any copy job
  • Sort and Collate features
  • Stack features, including offset

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 also support these advanced copy capabilities:

  • Cover/Slip Sheet:
    • Front Cover
    • Back Cover
    • Designate
    • Chapters
    • Slip Sheet
    • Separation
  • Edit Image:
    • Margin Adjustment
    • Border Erase
    • Center Erase
    • Delete Area
    • 3 Side Full Bleed
    • Image Repeat
    • Double Copies
    • Centering
  • Duplex:
    • 1 sided -> 2 sided
    • 2 sided -> 2 sided
  • Combine:
    • 1 sided 2, 4, 8 or 16 pages -> combine 1 side
    • 1 sided 4, 8 or 16 pages -> combine 2 side
    • 2 sided 1, 2 or 4 pages -> combine 1 side
    • 2 sided 2, 4 or 8 pages -> combine 2 side
  • Series:
    • Book -> 1 sided
    • 2 sided -> 1 sided
  • Book:
    • Book -> 2 sided
    • Multi -> 2 sided
    • Booklet
    • Magazine
  • Reduce/Enlarge:
    • Preset Reduce/Enlarge (preset ratios of 25%, 50%, 65%, 73%, 78%, 85%, 93%, 100%, 121%, 129%, 155%, 200%, 400%)
    • Zoom of 25% - 400% in 1% increments
    • Size Magnification
    • Directional Magnification
    • Directional Size Magnification
  • Stamp:
    • Background numbering
    • Preset stamp
    • User stamp
    • Date stamp
    • Page numbering
  • Output:
    • Shift Tray off in sort/stack
    • Separation
    • Copy Face Up

The document editor includes the following features:

  • Change file names
  • Merge documents
  • Insert files
  • Delete pages
  • Delete saved documents

Possible uses of the document server and editor include the following:

  • On demand printing:

    Save documents in the document server. When the documents are needed, print them anytime.

  • Scanned file printing:

    To combine several originals that are different such as damaged originals, photos, or one and two sided originals, scan them into the document server using the best settings for each original. Then combine them into one file using the document editor.

Media Supported for Copying

The following paper sizes are supported in the ARDF:

                              ARDF     ARDF   ARDF
Paper Size NA & AP Eur. Japan
-------------------------- ------- ---- -----
A4 (210x297 mm) SEF Y Y Y
A4 (210x297 mm) LEF Y Y Y
Letter (8.5"x11") SEF Y Y Y
Letter (8.5"x11") LEF Y Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) SEF N Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) LEF N Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) LEF N Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) SEF N Y Y
B4 (257x364 mm) SEF N Y Y
A3 (297x420 mm) SEF N Y Y
Ledger (11"x17") SEF Y Y Y
Legal (8.5"x14") SEF Y N N
Statement (5.5"x8.5") SEF Y N N
Statement (5.5"x8.5") LEF Y N N
Executive (7.25"x10.5")SEF N N N
Folio (8.5"x13") SEF N Y Y
10 x 14 in. (10"x14") SEF Y N N
11 x 15 in. (11"x15") SEF Y N Y
8 x 10 in. (8"x10") SEF Y N N
8 x 10.5 in. (8"x10.5")SEF N N N
8 x 13 in. (8"x13") SEF Y N N
8.25 x 13 in(8.25"x13")SEF N N N
Custom Y Y Y

Original Media ARDF Tray
--------------- -------------
Paper 16-32 lb bond (52-128 gsm)
Card Stock 16-32 lb bond (52-128 gsm)

Printing Capability

Input Media Capacities

Maximum capacities (sheets) based on 80 gsm, 20 lb bond are listed in the following table:

                                                        Total
Tray 1 Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5 Tray 6 Capacity
------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ --------
Standard 2000(1) 500 500 3000
4.55K HCF 2000(1) 500 500 1000 1000 2550 7550
Installed

Note:(1) Tray 1 is a tandem (side-by-side) tray with 1000 x 2-sheets.

Output Media Capacities

Maximum capacities (sheets) based on 80 gsm, 20 lb bond are listed in the following table:

                              Shift        Shift      Shift
Proof Bin Bin Bin
Media Bin (w/o punch) (w punch) (w staple)
--------------------- ----- ----------- --------- ----------
A4/Letter or smaller 500 3000 2500 2500
Larger than A4/Letter 250 1500 1500 1500

Media sizes supported by the input trays

North America and Asia Pacific (except for Japan)

Paper Size                  Tray 1  Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5 Tray 6
-------------------------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ------ -------
A4 (210x297 mm) SEF Y(1) Y(2) Y(2) N N N
A4 (210x297 mm) LEF Y(3) Y(2) Y(2) Y Y Y
Letter (8.5"x11") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Letter (8.5"x11") LEF Y Y Y Y Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) SEF N Y(2) Y(2) Y Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) LEF N Y(2) Y(2) Y Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) LEF N Y(2) Y(2) Y Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
B4 (257x364 mm) SEF Y(1) Y(2) Y(2) N N N
A3 (297x420 mm) SEF Y(1) Y(2) Y(2) N N N
Ledger (11"x17") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Legal (8.5"x14") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Statement (5.5"x8.5") SEF N Y Y Y Y Y
Statement (5.5"x8.5") LEF N Y Y Y Y Y
Executive (7.25"x10.5")SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
Folio (8.5"x13") SEF N Y Y N N N
10 x 14 in. (10"x14") SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
11 x 15 in. (11"x15") SEF N Y Y N N N
8 x 10 in. (8"x10") SEF N Y Y N N N
8 x 10.5 in. (8"x10.5")SEF N Y Y N N N
8 x 13 in. (8"x13") SEF N Y Y N N N
8.25 x 13 in(8.25"x13")SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
A4 Tab (210x297 mm) SEF N N N Y Y N
Letter Tab (8.5"x11") SEF N N N Y Y N
Custom (4) N Y Y N N N
Transparencies N Y(5) Y(5) Y(6) Y(6) Y(6)

Note:(1) Supported with optional A3/11" x 17" tray kit only.
Note:(2) Media supported in tray but dividers may move.
Note:(3) Requires CE setting the tray to support this paper.
Note:(4) Custom:

  • min. size = 148 mm x 210 mm (SEF)
  • max. size = 297 mm x 432 mm (SEF)
  • Staple and punch not supported
  • No provision for size information in messages

Note:(5) SEF and LEF supported.
Note:(6) LEF supported only.

Europe

Paper Size                   Tray 1  Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5 Tray 6
-------------------------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ------ -------
A4 (210x297 mm) SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
A4 (210x297 mm) LEF Y Y Y Y Y Y
Letter (8.5"x11") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Letter (8.5"x11") LEF Y(3) Y Y Y Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) SEF N Y Y Y Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) LEF N Y Y Y Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) LEF N Y Y Y Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) SEF N Y Y N N N
B4 (257x364 mm) SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
A3 (297x420 mm) SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Ledger (11"x17") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Legal (8.5"x14") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Statement (5.5"x8.5") SEF N Y Y Y Y Y
Statement (5.5"x8.5") LEF N Y Y Y Y Y
Executive (7.25"x10.5")SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
Folio (8.5"x13") SEF N Y Y N N N
10 x 14 in. (10"x14") SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
11 x 15 in. (11"x15") SEF N Y Y N N N
8 x 10 in. (8"x10") SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
8 x 10.5 in. (8"x10.5")SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
8 x 13 in. (8"x13") SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
8.25 x 13 in(8.25"x13")SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
A4 Tab (210x297 mm) SEF N N N Y Y N
Letter Tab (8.5"x11") SEF N N N Y Y N
Custom (4) N Y Y N N N
Transparencies N Y(5) Y(5) Y(6) Y(6) Y(6)

Note:(1) Supported with optional A3/11" x 17" tray kit only.
Note:(2) Media supported in tray but dividers may move.
Note:(3) Requires CE setting the tray to support this paper.
Note:(4) Custom:

  • min. size = 148 mm x 210 mm (SEF)
  • max. size = 297 mm x 432 mm (SEF)
  • Staple and punch not supported
  • No provision for size information in messages

Note:(5) SEF and LEF supported.
Note:(6) LEF supported only.

Japan

Paper Size                   Tray 1  Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5 Tray 6
-------------------------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ------ -------
A4 (210x297 mm) SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
A4 (210x297 mm) LEF Y Y Y Y Y Y
Letter (8.5"x11") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Letter (8.5"x11") LEF Y(3) Y Y Y Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) SEF N Y Y Y Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) LEF N Y Y Y Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) LEF N Y Y Y Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) SEF N Y Y N N N
B4 (257x364 mm) SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
A3 (297x420 mm) SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Ledger (11"x17") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Legal (8.5"x14") SEF Y(1) Y Y N N N
Statement (5.5"x8.5") SEF N Y Y Y Y Y
Statement (5.5"x8.5") LEF N Y Y Y Y Y
Executive (7.25"x10.5")SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
Folio (8.5"x13") SEF N Y Y N N N
10 x 14 in. (10"x14") SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
11 x 15 in. (11"x15") SEF N Y Y N N N
8 x 10 in. (8"x10") SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
8 x 10.5 in. (8"x10.5")SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
8 x 13 in. (8"x13") SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
8.25 x 13 in(8.25"x13")SEF N Y(2) Y(2) N N N
A4 Tab (210x297 mm) SEF N N N Y Y N
Letter Tab (8.5"x11") SEF N N N Y Y N
170 x 210 mm LEF N Y Y N N N
182 x 210 mm LEF N Y Y N N N
210 x 340 mm LEF N Y(4) Y(4) N N N
Custom (5) N Y Y N N N
Transparencies N Y(5) Y(5) Y(6) Y(6) Y(6)

Note:(1) Supported with optional A3/11" x 17" tray kit only.
Note:(2) Media supported in tray but dividers may move.
Note:(3) Requires CE setting the tray to support this paper.
Note:(4) Supported for copying only and not printing.
Note:(5) Custom:

  • min. size = 148 mm x 210 mm (SEF)
  • max. size = 297 mm x 432 mm (SEF)
  • Staple and punch not supported
  • No provision for size information in messages

Finishing Supported

Note regarding media support:

Note:Refer to IBM Document G544-3915 for paper specifications. Some print media, although they may conform to size and weight specifications, may still not perform to your expectations. Print quality, jam rates, fuser life and output stacking can be affected by the printing environment (temperature and humidity) and characteristics of the paper (structure, moisture content, smoothness and thickness); IBM STRONGLY RECOMMENDS YOU TEST ADEQUATE AMOUNTS OF YOUR PRINT MEDIA USING YOUR PRINTING APPLICATION TO ENSURE THAT YOUR PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS ARE MET PRIOR TO PURCHASING THIS PRINTER OR LARGE QUANTITIES OF THE MEDIA OR RUNNING LARGE PRINT VOLUMES.

Media Sizes Supported by the Output Trays

Capacities based on 80 gsm, 20 lb bond.

All paper sizes are supported for duplex and jogging:

                           Proof    Shift
Paper Size Bin Bin
----------------------- ----- -----
A4 (210x297 mm) SEF Y Y
A4 (210x297 mm) LEF Y Y
Letter (8.5"x11") SEF Y Y
Letter (8.5"x11") LEF Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) SEF Y Y
A5 (148x210 mm) LEF Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) LEF Y Y
B5-JIS (182x257 mm) SEF Y Y
B4 (257x364 mm) SEF Y Y
A3 (297x420 mm) SEF Y Y
Ledger (11"x17") SEF Y Y
Legal (8.5"x14") SEF Y Y
Statement (5.5"x8.5") SEF Y Y
Statement (5.5"x8.5") LEF Y Y
Executive (7.25"x10.5")SEF Y Y
Folio (8.5"x13") SEF Y Y
10 x 14 in. (10"x14") SEF Y Y
11 x 15 in. (11"x15") SEF Y Y
8 x 10 in. (8"x10") SEF Y Y
8 x 10.5 in. (8"x10.5")SEF Y Y
8 x 13 in. (8"x13") SEF Y Y
8.25 x 13 in(8.25"x13")SEF Y Y
170 x 210 mm (170x210mm)LEF Y Y
182 x 210 mm (182x210mm)LEF Y Y
210 x 340 mm (210x340mm)LEF Y Y
Custom Y Y
Card Stock Y Y
Transparencies Y Y

Media Supported

Print Media       Trays 1,2,3        Trays 4,5          Tray  6
------------- ---------------- ---------------- ----------------
Paper 52-163 gsm 52-216 gsm 52-163 gsm
(16-42 lb Bond) (16-52 lb Bond) (16-42 lb Bond)
(40-60 lb Cover) (40-80 lb Cover) (40-60 lb Cover)
(90 lb Index-no (90-110 lb Index (90 lb Index-no
tab) -no tab) tab)

Card Stock Not Supported 52-216 gsm Not Supported
(16-52 lb Bond)
(40-80 lb Cover)
(90-110 lb Index
-no tab)

Tab Stock Not Supported 52-216 gsm Not Supported
(16-52 lb Bond)
(40-80 lb Cover)
(90-110 lb Index
-no tab)

Labels (1) Not Supported 52-216 gsm Not Supported
(16-52 lb Bond)

Note:(1) Labels supported in tray 5 only.

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 supports the following third party software enablers:

       Third Party Company                   Products Supported
----------------------------------- ----------------------------------
Rochester Software Associates (RSA) M.I.S. Print, WebCRD, DTPrint

Objectif Lune PlanetPress Design, PlanetPress
Watch, PlanetPress Search,
PlanetPress Fax, PlanetPress Image

Solimar Print Director/2000, SOLSearcher,
XIMAGE, Tukanda, iConvert, aConvert

Atlas Software PrintShop Mail

AHT Squadron, Fiber Gateway

XLPrint Paris, Paris Designer

T/R Systems MicroPress, Digital StoreFront,
M@estro, MicroImager

Safety Agency Approvals

  • UL
  • CSA (by c-UL)
  • CE Mark (IEC 950)
  • CS Mark (Germany)
  • c-Tick (Australia)
  • NOM (Mexico)
  • VCCI Class A

Other Certifications

  • FCC part 15 Class A
  • CE Mark:
    • EN55022 Class A
    • EN55024 Class A
  • Energy Star
  • SAP Barcode
  • EuroReady
  • OCR-A, OCR-B
  • Microsoft Windows logo (available on the web at 06/28, 2002)
  • Adobe PostScript (PCL/PostScript feature)
  • Novell Netware (PCL/PostScript feature)

Note:The Energy Star emblem does not represent EPA endorsement of any product or service.

Software

Attachment/Operating System Support

Physical      Protocol    Operating System/Application(2)
---------- --------- ----------------------------------------------
Ethernet/ IPX/SPX Novell NetWare 3.12, 4.11, 4.2, 5.0, 3.12J,
Token-Ring 4.11J(3)
TCP/IP Novell NetWare 5.0. 5.1, 6.0(3)
Windows 95/98/Me/XP, Windows NT 4.0/2000(3)
AIX 4.3x and higher(3)
OS/400 4.5, 5.1
Sun Solaris 2.5 and higher(3)
HP-UX 10, HP-UX 11(3)
SCO-UNIX 3, SCO-UNIX 5(3)
Infoprint Manager for AIX (specific release
support information will be provided May 2002)
Infoprint Manager for Windows (specific release
support information will be provided May 2002)
PSF for OS/390 V3.1.0 or later
PSF for VM V2.1
PSF for VSE V2.2
PSF/400 V5R1 and above
Linux(3)
NETBIOS/ Windows 95/98/Me/XP, Windows NT 4.0/2000(3)
NETBEUI
EtherTalk/ Apple System 8.0 and higher(3)
TokenTalk* KanjiTalk 8.0 and higher(3)

Note:(2) Some of the versions listed in this table may be withdrawn and no longer maintained.

Note:(3) This operating system requires PCL/PostScript feature be installed.

IBM AFP/IPDS

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 supports these AFP/IPDS functional enhancements:

  • Simulation of color using grey scales
  • AFP/IPDS dialog management (MID)
  • Enhanced N-Up and power positioning
  • Finishing support for hole punching
  • Nested staple and punch finishing operations
  • Define Forms (name, size, duplex, orientation):
    • Page Orientation (edge/side sensitivity)
    • Adjust Print (simplex/duplex/(normal/tumble))
  • Media selection by object ID (supported by PSF Version 3 for OS/390 and PPFA)
  • Dutch KIX postal bar code
  • Australia Post bar code
  • Japan Postal bar code support.
  • Two-dimensional bar codes:
    • Maxicode
    • PDF417
  • Printer identification by name.
  • Outline font, 240 pel raster fonts and font resource capture (hard disk).
  • Resolution independent raster font support.
  • Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) font support (resident and download).
  • Partial Arc drawing order support.
  • Box drawing order support.

In addition to the AFP/IPDS enhancements, a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is provided with preloaded Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) Outline Font Resources. This is important for applications that use double byte characters.

Managed IPDS Dialog (MID)

When some printers connected to an IPDS host end a session, the job resource containing information such as page segment and overlays are discarded. If these resources are required by subsequent IPDS jobs from the same host system, then they must be downloaded again. When a new session is established using the MID function, the host system can release the printer to print other jobs, such as PCL or PostScript without immediately discarding the IPDS rsources. The IPDS dialog may be resumed at a later time.

The IPDS resources are only discarded if a new IPDS connection and dialog is established with a different host system. If the IPDS resources are still available when the original host dialog is resumed, then they do not have to be retransmitted. This can save a significant amount of time. Host system support for MID is already available with MVS, iSeries and AIX systems.

AFP/IPDS SBCS Resident Font Support

Printer resident fonts are supported using outline font technology. Under native mode, all printer-resident AFP/IPDS fonts are accessible to PSF.

  • IBM 4028 Compatibility AFP/IPDS Resident Font Set (supported using outline font technology).
    Typeface              FGID       Typeface                 FGID
    -------- ---- -------- -----
    APL 76 Prestige Pica 10 Pitch 12
    Boldface 159 Prestige Pica Bold 60
    Courier 5 Pitch 244 Prestige Elite Bold 12 111
    Courier 10 Pitch 11 Prestige Elite Italic 12 112
    Courier 12 Pitch 85 Times Roman Typo 6 pt 5687
    Courier 15 Pitch 223 Times Roman Typo 8 pt 5687
    Courier 17.1 Pitch 252 Times Roman Typo 10 pt 5687
    Courier 17.1 Pitch 254 Times Roman Typo 12 pt 5687
    Courier Bold 10 Pitch 46 Times Roman Bold Typo 10 5707
    Courier Bold 12 Pitch 108 Times Roman Bold Typo 12 5707
    Courier Italic 10 18 Times Roman Bold Typo 14 5707
    Courier Italic 12 92 Times Roman Bold Typo 18 5707
    Gothic Text 13.3 Pitch 203 Times Roman Bold Typo 24 5707
    Gothic Text 20 Pitch 283 Times Roman Ital. Typo 10 5815
    Gothic Text 26.7 Pitch 290 Times Roman Ital. Typo 12 5815
    Letter Gothic 20 281 Times Roman Bold Italic 5835
    Prestige 12 Pitch 86 Typo 12 pt
    Prestige (PSM) 164
    Prestige Roman Bold 701
    Prestige 15 Pitch 221
    Prestige 17.1 Pitch 256

    Note on 4028 Font Compatibility:

    Note:(1) "Gothic Text" added to "391X" and "311X" printers.

  • IBM Core Interchange Resident Scalable Font Set:
         Typeface                                    FGID
    ------------------------------------------- ----
    Latin 1/2/3/4/5 with Euro (All GCSGID 1355)
    Times New Roman** Medium 2308
    Times New Roman Bold 2309
    Times New Roman Italic Medium 2310
    Times New Roman Italic Bold 2311
    Helvetica** Roman Medium 2304
    Helvetica Roman Bold 2305
    Helvetica Italic Medium 2306
    Helvetica Italic Bold 2307
    Courier Roman Medium 416
    Courier Roman Bold 420
    Courier Italic Medium 424
    Courier Italic Bold 428
    Symbols (GCSGID - 1275)
    Times New Roman Medium 2308
    Times New Roman Bold 2309
    Helvetica Roman Medium 2304
    Helvetica Roman Bold 2305
    Courier Roman Medium 416
    Courier Roman Bold 420
    Cyrillic Greek (GCSGID - 1300)
    Times New Roman Medium 2308
    Times New Roman Bold 2309
    Times New Roman Italic Medium 2310
    Times New Roman Italic Bold 2311
    Helvetica Roman Medium 2304
    Helvetica Roman Bold 2305
    Helvetica Italic Medium 2306
    Helvetica Italic Bold 2307
    Courier Roman Medium 416
    Courier Roman Bold 420
    Courier Italic Medium 424
    Courier Italic Bold 428
    Arabic (GCSGID - 1264)
    ITC Boutros Setting Medium 2308
    ITC Boutros Setting Bold 2309
    ITC Boutros Setting Italic Medium 2310
    ITC Boutros Setting Italic Bold 2311
    ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Medium 2304
    ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Bold 2305
    ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Italic Medium 2306
    ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Italic Bold 2307
    Boutros Typing Medium 416
    Boutros Typing Bold 420
    Boutros Typing Italic Medium 424
    Boutros Typing Italic Bold 428
    •  Hebrew (GCSGID - 1265)
      Narkissim Medium 2308
      Narkissim Bold 2309
      Narkissim Italic Medium 2310
      Narkissim Italic Bold 2311
      Narkiss Tam Medium 2304
      Narkiss Tam Bold 2305
      Narkiss Tam Italic Medium 2306
      Narkiss Tam Italic Bold 2307
      Shalom Medium 416
      Shalom Bold 420
      Shalom Italic Medium 424
      Shalom Italic Bold 428
  • IBM Coordinated Scalable Font Set
        Typeface               FGID     GCSGID
    -------- ---- -------
    APL 307 1304
    APL Bold 322 1304
    Boldface 224 2039
    Gothic Text 304 2039
    Letter Gothic 400 2039
    Letter Gothic Bold 404 2039
    OCR A 305 968 This font is supported for
    OCR readability applications
    OCR B 306 969 This font is supported for
    OCR readability applications
    Prestige 432 2039
    Prestige Bold 318 2039
    Prestige Italic 319 2039
    Katakana Gothic 304 1306
  • AFP/IPDS Barcode Printing

    To support the BCOCA tower for printing of bar codes, the OCR-A and OCR-B fonts and their corresponding codes pages (892 and 893) must be resident in the printer. These are supported as shown in the "4028 Compatibility AFP/IPDS Resident Font Set" table. Code page 1303 is also resident to be used for 128 bar codes.

AFP/IPDS DBCS Resident Raster Font Support

The following AFP font products are available in resident form as a feature on Infoprint 2085 and 2105. These fonts provide 240 pel capability for Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Thai languages.

  • AFP Japanese Object Font V2R1.1 for MVS and VSE (5771-AGB)
  • AFP Japanese Object Font V2R1.0 for MVS and VSE (5771-AGB)Except for Section 68
  • AFP Korean Object Font V1R1.1 and V1R1.0 for MVS and VSE (5771-AFW)
  • AFP Traditional Chinese Object Font V1R1.2 and V1R1.1 for MVS and VSE (5771-AFZ)
  • AFP Simplified Chinese Object Font V1R1.1 and V1R1.0 for MVS and VSE (5771-AEK)
  • AFP Thai Object Font V1R1.1 and V1R1.0 for MVS and VSE (5771-AEN)

These fonts are only available in raster form at 240 pel

Note:Though AFP Japanese Font 5771-AGB consists of 23 sizes of DBCS fonts and 20 sizes of SBCS fonts, the SBCS fonts are NOT available in this resident raster font set.

EBCDIC Attachment Language Support

The language and associated code page support below is based on the current SAA Core Interchange Resident Code Page Support and 4028 Compatibility Resident Code Page Set. Only EBCDIC code pages are listed.

    Language               Code Page        Character Set
-------- --------- -------------
APL (4028) CP310 963
APL (Exp. Core) CP293 380
Arabic Bilingual CP420 235
- GML List Symbols CP1039 1258
Austrian/German CP273 (1141@) 697 (695@)
- Publishing CP382 1145
- Alternate (4028) CP286 317
Belgian CP274 697
- Publishing CP383 1145
Brazilian CP275 697
Brazilian Portuguese CP037 (1140@) 697
- Publishing CP384 1145
Canadian French (4028) CP260 341
- Publishing CP385 1145
- DP94 (4028) CP276 277
Cyrillic/Multilingual CP880 960
- Primary CP1025 1150
- GML List Symbols CP1039 1258
Danish/Norwegian CP277 (1142@) 697 (695@)
- Publishing CP386 1145
- Alternate (4028) CP287 321
Dx13utch CP037 697
English (UK) CP285 (1146@) 697 (695@)
- Publishing CP394 1145
Finnish/Swedish CP278 (1143@) 697 (695@)
- Publishing CP387 1145
- Alternate (4028) CP288 325
French CP297 (1147@) 697 (695@)
- Publishing CP388 1145
Greek 183 CP423 218
- Primary CP875 925
Hebrew (Israel) CP424 941
- Publishing CP1028 1199
- GML List Symbols CP1039 1258
- Char. Set A CP803 1147
Iceland CP871 (1149@) 697 (695@)
Italian CP280 (1144@) 697 (695@)
- Publishing CP389 1145
Japanese (English) CP281 697
- Publishing CP390 1145
- Katakana CP290 1172
- Katakana Extended CP1027 1172
Latin 2 Multilingual CP870 959
Latin 3 Multilingual CP905 1286
Latin 4 EBCDIC CP1069 1256
Latin 5 CP1026 1152
Latin DCF - Rel. 2 Compat. CP1002 1132
- US Text Subset CP1003 1133
- Numeric Spacing CP1068 1259
- GML List Symbols CP1039 1258
Multilingual CP500 (1148@) 697 (695@)
- Publishing CP361 1145
OCR-A CP892 968
OCR-B CP893 969
Portuguese CP282 697
- Alternate CP037 697
- Publishing CP391 1145
Spanish CP284 (1145@) 697 (695@)
- Castillian CP392 1145
- Latin America CP393 1145
Symbols, Set 7 CP259 340
- Modified Set 7 CP1091 1191
- Set 8 CP363 630
- Math Symbols CP829 909
Symbols, Adobe CP1087 1257
Turkey (Latin 2) CP870 959
US/Canadian (English) CP037 (1140@) 697 (695@)
- Publishing CP395 1145

Note:@ Equivalent Euro Code Page.

PSF/VSE, PSF/VM, PSF for OS/390 Support Summary

                    PSF/VSE    PSF/VM        PSF V3.3.0
V2.2.1 V2.1.1 OS/390
-------- ----------- ----------
Base Support:
- 4028 Dev. Type Yes Yes Yes
- Native Yes Yes Yes
- 240 DPI Resolution Yes Yes Yes
- 300 DPI Resolution Yes Yes Yes
- Auto Resolution Yes No Yes

(OPC will report LF1 240 or 300 DPI printer, printer converts to 600 DPI)

Paper Input Yes Yes Yes
(6 Sources) (5 Sources) (6 Sources)
Paper Output
Primary Bin Yes Yes Yes
Offset Jogging Yes Yes Yes
Face-Up/Card Stock
Bin Yes Yes Yes

Finisher
Stacking Yes Yes Yes
Stapling No No Yes
Hole Punching No No Yes

AFP/IPDS Towers: All All All

Printer Connectivity:
- Ethernet TCP/IP Yes Yes Yes
- T/R TCP/IP Yes Yes Yes

Font Download
- Outline Yes No Yes
- Raster Yes Yes Yes

Resident AFP Font Collection
- 4028 Yes Yes Yes
- Core Yes Yes Yes
- Coordinated Yes Yes Yes
-DBCS Outline (1) Yes Yes Yes
-DBCS Raster (1) Yes Yes Yes

PSF/400 Support Summary

                                      PSF/400
V5R1 and above
--------------
Base Support:
- 4028 Dev. Type Yes
- Native Yes
- 240 DPI Resolution Yes
- 300 DPI Resolution Yes
- Auto Resolution Yes
(OPC will report LF1 240 or 300 DPI printer, printer converts to 600 DPI)

Paper Input Yes
(6 Sources)
Paper Output
Primary Tray Yes
Offset Jogging Yes
Face-Up/Card Stock
Bin Yes

Finisher
Stacking Yes
Stapling Yes
Hole Punching V5R2

AFP/IPDS Towers: All

Printer Connectivity:
- Ethernet TCP/IP Yes
- Token-Ring TCP/IP Yes

Font Download
- Raster Yes
- Outline Yes

Resident AFP Font Collection
- 4028 Yes
- Core Yes
- Coordinated Yes
- DBCS Raster Yes
- DBCS Outline Yes

Note: V4R5 requires PTFs SF67256, SF67257, SF67258 and
V5R1 requires PTF SIO3186.

Infoprint Manager Summary

                             Infoprint      Infoprint
Manager for Manager for
AIX Windows
----------- ------------
Base Support:
- 4028 Dev. Type Yes Yes
- Native Yes Yes
- 240 DPI Resolution Yes Yes
- 300 DPI Resolution Yes Yes
- Auto Resolution Yes Yes
(OPC will report LF1 240 or 300 DPI printer, printer converts to 600 DPI)

Paper Input Yes Yes
(6 Sources) (6 Sources)
Paper Output
Primary tray Yes Yes
Offset Jogging Yes Yes
Face-Up/Card Stock
Bin Yes Yes

Finisher
Stacking Yes Yes
Stapling Yes Yes
Hole Punching Yes Yes

AFP/IPDS Towers: All All

Printer Connectivity:
- Ethernet TCP/IP Yes Yes
- T/R TCP/IP Yes Yes

Font Download
- Raster Yes Yes
- Outline Yes Yes

Resident AFP Font Collection
- 4028 Yes Yes
- Core Yes Yes
- Coordinated Yes Yes
- DBCS Raster (1) Yes Yes
- DBCS Outline (1) Yes Yes

ASCII Attachment to iSeries

IBM OS/400 ASCII Printer Support

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 are supported as an ASCII (PCL) printer via a Workstation Customization Object under the Host Print Transform (HPT) facility.

HPT transforms the AFPDS data stream to ASCII for printing to iSeries ASCII printers.

The ASCII data stream can be sent to this printer when attached to a Token-Ring or Ethernet LAN via TCP/IP. That connection can use either of the following two TCP/IP drivers:

  • OS/400 SNMP printer driver.
  • OS/400 TCP/IP Line Printer Requester (LPR) and Line Printer Daemon (LPD), also known as remote output queue.

HPT support (AFP to ASCII) includes the following limitations:

  • AFP graphics (GOCA) commands not supported
  • Multiple-up not supported
  • BGU and GDF graphics files not supported
  • GDDM scalable fonts not supported
  • CHRSIZE font keyword not supported
  • Edge to edge not supported
  • FIDELITY keyword not supported
  • AFP to ASCII may need to be run in raster mode in order to produce accurate results

Optional Fonts

PCL** Font Support

The standard resident fonts include the following:

  • 45 PCL Outline Fonts:
    • 4 CG Times**
    • 4 Univers**
    • 4 Univers Condensed
    • 4 Courier
    • 3 Letter Gothic
    • 2 Albertus**
    • 3 Antique Olive**
    • 1 Clarendon Condensed
    • 1 Coronet
    • 4 Garamond
    • 1 Marigold**
    • 4 CG Omega**
    • 4 Arial
    • 4 Times New
    • 1 Symbol
    • 1 Wingdings**
  • 2 PCL Bitmapped Fonts:
    • LinePrinter 16.7 pitch, 8.5 Pt (Portrait)
    • LinePrinter 16.7 pitch, 8.5 Pt (Landscape)
  • PCL fonts are not accessible via AFP/IPDS, nor can PCL access AFP/IPDS fonts.

PCL Symbols Set Support

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 support the following PCL Symbol sets.

Name                             Abbreviation    ID
-------- ------------ ----
Desktop Desktop 7J
ISO 11 Swedish ISO11 OS
ISO 15 Italian ISO15 O1
ISO 17 Spanish ISO17 2S
ISO 21 German ISO21 1G
ISO 4 UK ISO4 1E
ISO 60 Danish/Norwegian ISO60 OD
ISO 69 French ISO69 1F
ISO 6 ASCII ISO6 OU
ISO 8859/1 Latin 1 ISOL1 ON
ISO 8859/2 Latin 2 ISOL2 2N
ISO 8859/9 Latin 5 ISOL5 5N
ISO 8859/10 Latin 6 ISOL6 6N
Legal LEGAL 1U
Math-8 MATH8 8M
MC Text MCText 12J
Microsoft Publishing MSPUB 6J
PC-1004 PC1004 9J
PC-775 PC775 26U
PC-850 (euro) PC850 12U
PC-852 PC852 17U
PC-858 (euro) PC858 13U
PC-8 D/N PC8DN 11U
PC-8 Turkish PC8TK 9T
PC-8 Multilingual Code Page 437 PC8 10U
Pi Font PIFONT 15U
PS Math PSMATH 5M
PS Text PSText 10J
Roman-8 Roman 8U
Ventura International VNINTL 13J
Ventura Math VNMATH 6M
Ventura US VNUS 14J
Windows 3.0 Latin 1 WIN30 9U
Windows Baltic WINBALT 19L
Wingdings WINGDINGS 579L
Windows 3.1 Latin 1 (Euro) WINL1 19U
Windows 3.1 Latin 2 (Euro) WINL2 9E
Windows 3.1 Latin 5 (Euro) WINL5 5T

PCL SEMEA Support

The standard fonts for SEMEA (Southern Europe, Middle East, Africa) include the following:

  • Courier
  • Courier Bold
  • Courier Bold Italic
  • Helvetica
  • Helvetica Bold
  • Helvetica Italic
  • Helvetica Bold Italic
  • Times New Roman
  • Times New Roman Bold
  • Times New Roman Italic
  • Times New Roman Bold Italic

SEMEA PCL Symbols Set Support

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 support the following PCL Symbol sets for SEMEA.

Name                             ID
-------------- ----
Latin/Greek 12N
Latin/Cyrillic 10R
Latin/Hebrew 15H
Latin/Arabic 10V
Cyrillic-Russia 3R
Latin/Greek 11G
Latin/Cyrillic (code page 915) 10N
Latin/Hebrew 7H
Latin/Arabic 11N
Hebrew 7-bit 0H

PostScript Font Support

The standard Adobe PostScript 3 fonts includes the following 136 fonts:

 Typeface       # of Fonts       Typeface          # of Fonts
-------- ---------- -------- ----------
Albertus 3 Marigold 1
AntiqueOlive 4 Monaco 1
Apple Chancery 1 MonaLisa-Recut 1
ArialMT 4 NewCenturySchlbk 4
AvantGarde 4 NewYork 1
Bodoni 6 Optima 4
Bookman 4 Oxford 1
Carta 1 Palatino 4
Chicago 1 StempelGaramond 4
Clarendon 3 Symbol 1
CooperBlack 2 Tekton 1
Copperplate 2 Times 4
Coronet 1 TimesNewRomanPS 4
Courier 4 Univers 14
GillSans 9 Wingdings 1
Eurostile 4 ZapfChancery 1
Geneva 1 Zapfdingbats 1
Goudy 5
Helvetica 8
Helvetica Narrow 4
HoeflerText 5
JoannaMT 4
LetterGothic 4
LubalinGraph 4

PostScript fonts are not accessible via AFP/IPDS, nor can PostScript access AFP/IPDS fonts.

PostScript DBCS Font Support

The following Adobe PostScript 3 resident Japanese DBCS fonts are included with feature numbers 4810/4811:

  • Japanese Morisawa fonts:
    • GothicBBB-Medium
    • Ryumin-Light

Printer Drivers

  • The following drivers are available:
                                            Languages
Platform DataStrm EN FR IT GR SP BP DU JP SC TC RU PO HU K CZ
-------------------- -------- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - --
Windows 95/98/Se/Me PS 3 X X X X X X X X
Windows NT 4.0 PS 3 X X X X X X X X
Windows 2000 PS 3 X X X X X X X X
Windows XP 32 bit PS 3 X X X X X X X X
Windows 95/98/Se/Me PCL 6 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Windows NT 4.0 PCL 6 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Windows 2000 PCL 6 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Windows XP 32 bit PCL 6 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Mac OS 8.6 - 9.2 PS 3 X X X X X X X X
Mac OS X, classic PS 3 X X X X X X X X
AIX 4.3x PS/PCL@ X X X X X X
AIX 5.1 PS/PCL@ X X X X X X
Sun Solaris 7/8 Sparc PS/PCL@ X X X X X X
SCO UNIX Openserver 5 PS/PCL@ X X X X X X
HP-UX 11.00 and 11.20 PS/PCL@ X X X X X X
Linux Redhat 7.0 & 7.1 PS 3 X X X X X X

Languages: EN=English SP=Spanish SC=Simplified Chinese
FR=French BP=Brazilian Portuguese TC=Traditional Chinese
IT=Italian DU=Dutch RUS=Russian
GR=German JP=Japan PO=Polish
HU=Hungarian K=Korean CZ=Czech

Note:@ supports PS 3, PCL 5e or PCL 6 depending on user selection.

  • DBCS Japanese fonts:

    Linux, AIX, HP-UX, SCO and Sun Solaris drivers support resident DBCS Japanese PostScript fonts.

  • The following drivers function is supported:
                                         Send&Save/Email Auto
Platform Data Stream Font Dwnload Notification Config Finishing
-------------- ------------ ------------ --------------- ------ ---------
AIX PCL5e Intellifonts Yes No Yes
AIX PCL6 None Yes No Yes
AIX PS Type 1 PS Yes No Yes
Linux Redhat PS None Yes No Yes
Mac PS Type 1 PS No Yes Yes
UNIX PCL5e Intellifonts Yes No Yes
UNIX PCL6 None Yes No Yes
UNIX PS Type 1 PS Yes No Yes
Windows
95/98/Se/Me PCL6 TrueType Yes Yes Yes
Windows
95/98/Se/Me PS None Yes Yes Yes
Windows
NT 4.0/2000/XP PCL6 None Yes Yes Yes
Windows
NT 4.0/2000/XP PS None Yes Yes Yes

Note:Auto = Autoconfig.

Printer Utilities

Departmental Printer Resource Utility (DPRU)

This application provides a repository (resource inventory) for fonts and overlays (macros) on a workstation with access to an IBM network printer. Once a font or overlay has been added to the DPRU inventory, it can be downloaded to the hard drive.

The font format supported is TrueType. Fonts and overlays that are downloaded are available to workstation applications when the printer drivers are selected. DPRU is a separate program that uses the printer drivers to download. It is supported for:

                                            Languages
Platform Data Stream EN FR IT GR SP BP DU JP SC TC RU PO HU K CZ
---------------- ------------ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - --
Windows 95/98/Me PCL 6 X X X X X X X
(1)

Note:(1) DBCS fonts are not supported.

DPRU function is available on other operating systems through the printer drivers.

DPRU is shipped on CD-ROM with the PCL/PostScript feature.

IBM Network Printer Tool Box (NPTB) for Windows

IBM provides the Network Printer Tool Box (NPTB) with an easy-to-use graphical interface for network administrators. Infoprint 2085 and 2105 are supported on NPTB version 4.x. NPTB supports Microsoft 95/98/NT/2000 platforms.

Network administrators can set-up Notification Manager for Infoprint 2085 and 2105. Whether printers are low on toner, out of paper or need attention, these notifications can get the information to the right source without delay, improving printer up-time and end user productivity.

NPTB helps users install and configure IBM network printers in LANs, including Novell networks (Bindery and NDS). NPTB monitors printers and provides printer status using the industry-standard, open-systems SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Printer MIB and private enterprise MIBs.

Some examples of the information available using SNMP are: on/offline, paper jam, out of toner, output tray full, input tray empty, and information about the printer's configuration, capacity, and number of pages printed.

Other functions provided by NPTB include:

  • Printer microcode update.
  • Printer grouping.
  • Printer reset.
  • Copy printer settings.

NPTB uses the following protocols:

Client Operating   Control           Configurable
Systems Protocols Protocols
---------------- --------------- -----------------------------------
Windows 95/98/Me TCP/IP, IPX/SPX TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, NetBios
Windows NT/2000

NPTB is supported in English language only.

NPTB is shipped with the printer on CD-ROM.

http://www.ibm.com/printers

TCP/IP Network Port Monitor Utility

The IBM TCP/IP Network Port Monitor provides bi-directional printer and job status for Infoprint 2085 and 2105. It runs on Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 print servers and supports the following clients:

                                            Languages
Platform Data Stream EN FR IT GR SP BP DU JP SC TC RU PO HU K CZ
---------------- ------------ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - --
Windows NT 4.0 NA X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Windows 2000 NA X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Windows XP 32 bit NA X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Note:NA = Not Applicable.

Some of the benefits of the TCP/IP Network Port Monitor are:

  • Integrates with standard Windows printer objects.
  • Displays printer status.
  • Indicates that a job has completed printing and is ready for pickup.
  • Detailed progress of a job on the printer (such as "printing page 3 of 7" or " copy 2 of 5").
  • Cancel print jobs on the actual printer and not just your workstation.

The IBM TCP/IP Network Port Monitor is shipped with the PCL/PostScript feature on CD-ROM.

Infoprint Manager

Infoprint Manager AIX and Windows will provide device support for Infoprint 2085 and 2105 (specific release support information will be provided in May, 2002).

Infoprint Server

The Infoprint Server feature of OS/390 and z/OS will provide support for Infoprint 2085 and 2105 with the PCL/PostScript feature.

LPR Remote Printing Client

The LPR Remote Printing Client utility provides a TCP/IP port monitor for seamless Windows 95/98 network printing. This port monitor can be used on Windows 95/98/Me to direct print jobs from Windows applications to IBM Workgroup printers. LPR is supported in the English language only.

This utility supports other printers or print servers that run a TCP/IP LPD print server. The port monitor can be used on mobile systems for remote printing or it can be used on department print servers in an unattended print server mode.

This package also includes a command line LPR executable program for printing jobs directly. The LPR program, called IBMLPR.EXE, provides a standard RFC 1179 compliant printing interface and allows the -S and -P parameters to be set by way of environment variables so that drag and drop printing can be enabled for a default printer.

The LPR Remote Printing Client is shipped with the PCL/PostScript feature on CD-ROM.

Web Ready Printing

Printer Resident Web Pages

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 include printer resident web pages. The web pages can be viewed by an industry standard browser using the printer IP address. Public web pages are available to all users. Administrator web pages are provided for configurator functions. Administrator web pages require password access. The types of web pages include:

  • Public Web Pages, End User support and functions
    • End User support and functions:
      • View printer status and general printer settings.
      • Web Pull Printing - Allows users to specify a URL address of a file for printing files from an internet source and reducing network traffic.
      • Web Direct Printing - This allows a user to select a file for printing directly to the printer freeing the client for other tasks and reducing network traffic.
    • Administrator support and function (available to anyone with password protection):
      • View printer status, job status and general printer settings
      • Cancel active or spooled jobs
  • Browsers supported include:
        Browser                Version
    ------- -------
    Internet Explorer 4.0 and above
    Netscape 4.0 and above

Using a browser to submit print jobs

Two methods of submitting a print job to the printer are available for Infoprint 2085 and 2105. They are referred to as pull printing and direct printing.

For reference, the conventional method of job submission from a workstation is to select File and Print from an application menu. This process uses a print driver to create a print job which is then sent from the local workstation to the printer. Depending upon the installation configuration, the job may be sent directly to the printer, or to a print server and then to the printer.

  • Pull Printing

    With pull printing, a browser is used to access a web page in the printer. The user fills in an entry field on the web page with an internet address (or URL) of an existing file to be printed. An example would be a tax form that is available from a government web site. After entering the URL of the file, the user clicks on the Submit button. This submits the URL to the printer. The printer then retrieves and processes the file from the remote server identified by the URL. The file is transferred over the network only once: from the remote server to the printer. Conventional printing of a remote file requires the transfer of the file over the network twice: from the remote server to the local workstation and then to the printer.

    Files printed using Pull Printing must be in the correct format to be successfully processed. Supported formats include Postscript, PDF, PCL (5e and 6) and PJL. Supported transfer protocols include HTTP, FTP and Gopher via a proxy server. In order for the printer to reach a server that is on the other side of a firewall, a proxy server must provide access through the firewall. The address of the proxy server is a configuration item in the printer that can be set by the printer administrator.

    Pull printing provides a one step method of printing existing documents or forms that are available on many web sites. Pull printing can also be used to update the microcode of a printer by entering the URL of the microcode update file. The microcode file can be retrieved over the internet from the IBM Printing Systems Web site

    www.printers.ibm.com

    Or from a server configured by the printer administrator.

  • Direct Printing

    Direct printing also uses a browser to submit a print job. As with Pull Print, the user fills in an entry field on the web page that identifies the name of an existing file to be printed. The user can also use standard Windows file browsing operations. For direct printing, the identified file must be accessible as a local file to the workstation. After entering the name of the file, the user clicks the Submit button. The browser reads the file and transfers it to the printer. As with Pull Print, the file must be in a supported format: PostScript, PDF, PCL, PJL and ASCII text.

    Direct printing provides a simple method of printing an existing document on any printer that can be reached with a browser.

IPP

IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) was commissioned by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and developed under the guidance of the Printer Working Group printing industry consortium. As such, IPP is better defined than its LPR predecessor (RFC 1179) and is now being adopted as a new standard for printing and job control in networks and over the internet.

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 include an IPP server that can accept jobs from an IPP client using HTTP/1.1 as the transport protocol as defined in the IPP specification. An IPP client is required on any operating system from which you want to do IPP printing. For example, Infoprint 2085 and 2105 can accept jobs submitted using IPP from the IPP client for Windows 2000. Microsoft also provides clients for Windows 98 and NT. IBM provides IPP clients for the following software solutions:

  • IBM Infoprint Manager for Windows
  • Infoprint Server feature of OS/390 V2R8 and higher releases and z/OS

Functional Enhancements for Infoprint 2085 and 2105

Restricted IP Printing

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 allow an administrator to limit the users on the TCP/IP network who can send jobs to the printer. Without this, any user can send a print job to the printer. This can be a problem for server based printing. With Restricted IP Printing, the administrator can configure the printer to only accept print jobs over TCP/IP from the server IP address. Up to five addresses or address ranges may be specified.

Networking Plug and Play

This function employs an advertise and seek discovery protocol to reduce the amount of manual configuration typically necessary in network printing environments. The Infoprint 2085 and 2105 advertise their presence on the network using an IP multicast transmission. The companion listener software application may be running on one or more desktop systems or on a print server (recommended).

This IBM solution (called IBM Connect and Print) is targeted for Windows NT, 2000, and XP customers. It is useful in an environment that has Windows 9x clients with an NT/2000/XP print server. This application can be configured to automatically install a printer on the Windows system. The listener application may also issue a multicast query to seek previously undetected printers which may be present on the network.

Enhanced DHCP/Plug & Play/WINS

The use of DHCP by Infoprint 2085 and 2105 have been enhanced to simplify the task of getting the printer set up and printing on a network. With it, the printer attempts to obtain many network configuration parameters from the DHCP server even if it does not get its IP address from the DHCP server. The parameters that are requested include the following:

  • TCP/IP host name
  • Domain name
  • Address of the Domain Name Server
  • Address of the WINS Server
  • Address of the SMTP Server
  • Address of the NetWare Server, NetWare tree and NetWare context

If the printer is configured to obtain its IP address from the DHCP server, the printer requests that the DHCP server register the printer's host name with the system DNS server. The printer registers its NetBIOS name with the WINS server.

Send and Save

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 supports flexible new ways for holding and releasing jobs. When a print job should not be seen by anyone except by the person sending it, a PIN code may be sent to the printer along with the print job. The printer will hold the job until that PIN code is entered at the operator panel.

Any user may send jobs to the printer to be held for later release. This allows the printer to serve as an electronic forms cabinet, holding blank forms to be printed when needed. The forms may be replaced or removed as needed.

Send and Save is supported on all operating systems except Macintosh. Send and Save is supported only on PCL/PostScript jobs (PCL/PostScript feature must be installed).

Email from the printer for job and printer status

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 supports sending email notification to users of the printer. Two categories of notification are provided:

  • Job notification
  • Printer notification

Using IBM PCL/PostScript printer drivers, the user may include an email address when submitting a print job. The printer will send email to that address when the job completes or if the job is held up due to a printer problem, such as when the printer runs out of paper.

Additionally, the printer administrator may configure email addresses for a key operator, supplies operator or service operator to be notified when the printer requires attention. Conditions such as paper jams, out-of-paper and service call required will be sent to email addresses selected by the administrator.

These functions are supported on all operating systems except Macintosh. Job Notification is supported only on PCL/PostScript jobs (PCL/PostScript feature must be installed). It also requires IBM drivers.

For printer notification, the language used to create the email is the language selected for the operator panel. For job notification, the language is set by the printer driver to the same language as the one used by the printer driver.

Network Status Page

A network status page is included in Infoprint 2085 and 2105. This page provides real-time status of the state of various network communications. The status page may help to determine the cause of printing problems, such as the inability to logon to a NetWare network or a timeout when receiving a network print job. The status page may be printed from the operator panel or viewed online with a web browser.

Edge Sensitivity

Some preprinted forms, especially labels or prepunched forms, may cause jams when loaded in a tray in the normal orientation, but feed correctly when loaded in the opposite direction (a 180 degree rotation). To support the use of this opposite loading direction, the Infoprint 2085 and 2105 provide an option that allows the operator to define a media as edge sensitive. Logic within the printer control unit will rotate simplex and duplex pages 180 degrees to align the image with the orientation of the form. This option is not compatible with most finishing operations.

Side Sensitivity

When jobs alternate frequently between simplex and duplex pages, throughput will be reduced due to the time needed to switch between simplex and duplex and back again. To provide faster throughput of jobs that frequently mix simplex and duplex pages, the Infoprint 2085 and 2105 provide an option that allows the operator to define a media as side sensitive. Logic within the printer control unit will run simplex pages in duplex mode, enhancing the throughput of these jobs. Note that the side sensitivity option will have the opposite affect on jobs consisting only of simplex pages; these jobs will run slower with media defined as side sensitive. This option is compatible with all finishing operations.

Defined Forms support for Print Adjust

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 will provide web page and operator panel interfaces for defining attributes of forms to be used by print jobs. The form attributes include:

  • Name of form
  • Edge sensitivity
  • Side sensitivity
  • Print adjust values

    This allows for optimization of print registration when using preprinted forms, adhesive labels, or other forms that require precise registration. These values move the printed image on the page in the horizontal and vertical directions. For greatest flexibility, separate values may be specified for the front and back sides of the page. The adjustment values are given in units of 1/75 of an inch (8 pels).

Up to 99 different forms may be defined. When the corresponding media is loaded into a tray, the form must be assigned to the tray via the operator panel or web page for the form attributes to be used. When the size or type of the media is being changed, the System Settings menu may also need to be changed.

The attributes of the form definitions do not apply to copy jobs.

Email Printing

The Infoprint 2085 and 2105 can accept Email jobs for printing. To use this feature, the printer is assigned a POP3 email account and the account information is configured in the printer. Once configured, the printer periodically logs into the Email server, retrieves and processes any mail that has been sent, and logs out. Email messages consist of a body and optional attachments.

Attachments consisting of plain text, preformatted PostScript, PCL, or PDF files can be printed. Unprintable attachments are discarded. Each attachment in the body is replaced by a line of text indicating how the attachment was processed (printed or discarded). Email printing requires the PCL/PostScript option. Only Single Byte Character Sets (SBCS) are supported for the Email body and subject line. Double Byte Character Sets (DBCS) are supported in PDF attachments.

Keywords

Keywords may be entered on the email subject line by the submitter in order to control how the printer will process the body and attachments.

In a simple example, a user could copy the printer on all outgoing email in order to create a hard-copy "chron-file". In another example, a user could provide the printer's email address to a business associate in another company so that a document could be sent directly to the user's printer - similar to FAX but more efficient and easier to use.

Email printing requires the PCL/PS option.

Time Of Day

The Infoprint 2085 and 2105 provides a Time Of Day timestamp for print jobs. The job status that is displayed on printer web pages includes the time that the job was processed. For Permanently Saved jobs (such as a dental form, submitted with the Send & Save function), a timestamp of the last time that the job was printed is also displayed. The printer can be configured to obtain the current Time of Day from a network time server.

Parameter Duplication

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 will provide a function in the printer control unit that will allow all the printer parameters to be transferred from one printer to another. The function will also allow the parameters to be stored on a host computer and then sent back to the same printer, or one or more other printers. Parameters may be exchanged between all machine types and models of Infoprint 2085 and 2105.

This function applies only to printer parameters.

PCL Version

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 support PCL 5e/6.

Printer Management

SNMP MIB Support

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 supports industry standard open-systems SNMP printer MIBs.

  • Printer MIB (RFC 1759)
  • MIB II (MIB RFC 1213)
  • Host Resources MIB (MIB RFC 2790)
  • Job MIB (RFC 2707)
  • Finisher MIB

Novell NetWare Support

Novell NetWare connectivity is supported via Ethernet and Token-Ring attachments as PSERVER or RPRINTER.

World Trade Considerations

Printer Resident Font Support is listed below:

                                     AFP/
PCL PS IPDS
--- -- ----
Group 1 Languages
Japanese DBCS No Yes Yes
German Yes Yes Yes
French Yes Yes Yes
Simp. Chin.(DBCS) No No Yes
Italian Yes Yes Yes
Spanish Yes Yes Yes
Brazilian Portug. Yes Yes Yes
Trad. Chin.(DBCS) No No Yes
Korean No No Yes
U.S. English Yes Yes Yes

Group 2 Languages
Danish Yes Yes Yes
Dutch Yes Yes Yes
Swedish Yes Yes Yes
Finnish (1) Yes Yes
Arabic Yes No Yes
Norwegian Yes Yes Yes
Portuguese (1) Yes Yes
Russian No No Yes
Hebrew Yes No Yes
Thai No No No
Polish Yes No(2) Yes
Turkish Yes No(2) Yes
Czech Yes No(2) Yes
Hungarian Yes No(2) Yes
Greek Yes No Yes

Group 3
Albanian No Yes Yes
Bulgarian Yes No Yes
Byelorussian No No Yes
Catalan Yes Yes Yes
Croatian Yes No(2) Yes
Estonian No No(2) Yes
Farsi No No No
Icelandic (1) Yes Yes
Latvian No No(2) Yes
Lithuanian No No(2) Yes
Macedonian Yes No Yes
Romanian Yes No(2) Yes
Serbian Yes No Yes
Slovakian No No(2) Yes
Slovenian Yes No(2) Yes
Ukranian No No Yes
Urdu No No No
Vietnamese No No No
Laotian No No No

Group 1D Languages
Australian English (1) Yes Yes
Belgian English (1) Yes Yes
UK English (1) Yes Yes
English Uppercase Yes Yes Yes
S. African English (1) Yes Yes
Belgium French (1) Yes Yes
Canadian French (1) Yes Yes
Swiss French (1) Yes Yes
Swiss Italian (1) Yes Yes

Group 2D Languages
Belgium Dutch (1) Yes Yes

Note:(1) Supported via ISO Latin 1.

Note:(2) ISOAdobeCE is not supported.

Language support for publications and web pages are listed in the table below:

                                            Languages
EN FR IT GR SP BP DU DA FI NO SW JP SC TC RU PO HU K CZ
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - --
Publications X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Operator Panel X X X X X X X X X X X X
Web Pages X X X X X X X X X X X X

Languages: EN=English SP=Spanish SC=Simplified Chinese
FR=French BP=Brazilian Portuguese TC=Traditional Chinese
IT=Italian DU=Dutch RUS=Russian
GR=German JP=Japan PO=Polish
DA=Danish FI=Finnish NO=Norwegian
SW=Swedish HU=Hungarian K=Korean
CZ=Czech

The CE will setup two languages for the operator panel at installation time.

Size and Weight

Unpacked size and weight are as follows:

                 Width          Depth           Height       Weight
----- ----- ------ ------
Base Printer 2106mm (69.8") 735mm (28.9") 1476mm (58.1") 302kg (664 lb)

Printer+HCF 2314mm (91.1") 735mm (28.9") 1476mm (58.1") 381kg (838 lb)

Note:" denotes inches.

  • Infoprint 2085:
    • Operating Temperature: 50 to 90 deg F (10 to 32 deg C)
    • Humidity: 15 to 85% RH; 26 deg C max wet bulb
    • Altitude: 8,200 ft (2500 m)

Electrical Specifications

  • North America - 208 Volt, 60 Hz

Power Consumption

Less than 3,000 Watts.

Acoustics

Mode                 Infoprint 85    Infoprint 105    Remark
----------------- ------------ ------------- --------------
Operating 78 dB(A) 80 dB (A) Sound Power
Idle 63 dB(A) 69 dB (A) Sound Power
Operator position 72 dB(A) 74 dB (A) Sound Pressure
User Position 72 dB(A) 74 dB (A) Sound Pressure

Ozone Emissions

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 ozone emissions are less than 0.02 mg/hr in the continuous copying mode.

Publication                                           Order
Description Number
----------------------------------------------- ---------
User's Guide (U.S.& Canada) S544-5824
Safety Information S544-5826
Quick Reference Guide S544-5825
Planning Guide G544-5838
Ethernet/Token-Ring Configuration Guide S544-5831
IPDS/SCS Technical Reference S544-5832
Factory Field
Mach       Feature Feature
Type Model Number Number Description
---- ----- ------- ------- ------------------------------------------

4500 4501 A3/11"x17" Tray 1 Kit
4520 4521 4,550-Sheet High Capacity Feeder (HCF)
4624 4625 3-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher
4626 4627 4-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher
4628 4629 4-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher (Swedish)
4120 4121 IBM Token-Ring 4/16 Adapter
4820 4821 PCL/PostScript
4150 4151 Copy Connect Cable
4920 4921 Anti-Condensation Kit
6120 6121 LCDS/Metacode Channel Software Enablement
6130 6131 LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Software Enablement
6140 6141 LCDS/Metacode Enablement Accessories
6110 6111 LCDS/Metacode Sun Channel Hardware Enablement
6150 6151 LCDS/Metacode Sun ESCON Channel H'ware Enable
6160 6161 LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Sun Blade
4050 4050 Relocation Kit

Language Groups (consists of hardcopy
User's Guide and Quick Reference Card)
4622 4623 2-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher (US)
2924 English Language Group

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 Features

(#4150, #4151) Copy Connect Cable

  • FC 4150 = factory, FC 4151 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

The optional Copy Connect Cable may be used to connect two printers together to load balance copy jobs between two printers. It does not double the speed of the print job.

For large volume copy runs, two connected machines form a single system that can complete the job in a shorter time. Copying speeds of 170 copies/minute (A4, 8.5" x 11" sizes) are available for Infoprint 2085 and 210 copies/minute for Infoprint 2105.

It also allows auto-backup for less participation of operators. If one machine stops because of a paper jam or it has run out of toner or paper, the other machine will take over and finish the job automatically. When the stopped machine is recovered, the machines will allocate the job again and continue to complete the job in a way that results in maximum productivity.

The cable is 10 meters in length.

(#4161, #4162) Gigabit Ethernet Adapter

  • FC 4161 = factory, FC 4162 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none
  • Conflict = this feature is mutually exclusive with IBM Token-Ring 4/16 Adapter (FC 4120/4121)

This feature will disable the standard Ethernet attachment.

The Gigabit Ethernet TX attachment offers high-speed data transfers using standard ethernet Category 5 UTP copper cabling. This LAN technology allows gigabit speeds with existing Category 5 facility wiring.

This feature is also known as 1000BaseTX and supports speeds of 10/100/1000 megabits per second.

The connection to the server can be direct (point-to-point) or through standard Gigabit Ethernet TX LAN connections.

This attachment complies with the IEEE 802.3ab standard.

The Gigabit Ethernet TX attachment utilizes a RJ-45 connector to connect to standard Category 5 ethernet cabling. When used with standard Category 5 ethernet cabling, the maximum cable segment distance is 100 meters.

Below are the Attachment/Datastreams for the Gigabit Ethernet feature:

Physical       Protocols                       Datastream
---------- --------------------------- --------------------
1000BaseTX IP, IPX, NetBios, Ethertalk PostScript 3, PCL 6,
PDF, IPDS

The code upgrade is required for the Gigabit Ethernet feature.

Code Upgrade

New POD Functions

A code upgrade with the following new function is now available.

Enterprise Print Drivers

Print On Demand (POD) functionality is available for windows based drivers including Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows ME.

Job Ticket Composer

This job ticket composition utility can create, save, and edit job tickets and send jobs to the printer. The software runs in conjunction with drivers for Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows ME, and it can also be run as a stand-alone utility. The composer supports PCL 6, PostScript 3 and PDF jobs.

Job Ticket Editor

This editor supports XML-based job tickets created using a subset of Job Description Format (JDF) as specified by CIP4 (International Cooperation for the Integration of Processes in Prepress, Press and Postpress). It allows job tickets to be sent to the machine with a print job. The job ticket can specify many special processing requests, including:

  • Stapling (including subset stapling)
  • Punching
  • Covers
  • Inserted pages
  • Special media on certain sheets
  • Mixed Plex (single and double sided printing with the same job)
  • Printing selected pages, specified by page range and/or individual page numbers

Ordered Media Support

Support has been added for handling print jobs using media that is loaded in ordered sets, such as multi-part tabs. The printer will track the usage of sheets from each set, and will eject unneeded ordered sheets at the end of a job. This will ensure that the next job starts at the beginning of a set. Also, special handling is provided for recovering from paper jams when ordered media is used.

Tab Text Creation

The Job Ticket Editor provides the capability to specify text to be printed on tabs, including orientation, font, and size.

Printing on tabs is supported for Single Byte Character Sets (SBCS) only.

Other Software Functions

IPDS Data Matrix Bar Code support

The Intelligent Printer DataStream (IPDS) support has been enhanced to print two-dimensional bar codes in the Data Matrix format.

Tray/Media Profiles support

Support has been added for user defined print job profiles. A tray/media profile defines the form assignment and PCL and IPDS tray renumbering, if any, for each tray. Profiles may be set up for freqently-run jobs or job groups. Profiles provide a more convenient method for the operator to change these machine settings. Up to 99 profiles may be defined.

IPP Windows Port Monitor

A new port monitor for Windows 2000 and Windows XP is provided. This port monitor provides real-time printer and job status. The print data is transfered to the printer using Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).

Complete Job Information

The machine keeps a log of the most recent 500 print jobs to allow convenient review of the recent usage of the machine. This log is available through the built-in web server. For a ticketed job, the machine can display details about the job including the finishing specified and the media required. These details are available through the built-in web server and the operator panel.

Limitations

The code upgrade has the following limitations:

  • Ordered media tray linking

    Autolinking of input trays is automatically enabled for trays that have matching media in them. Media is considered matching when the media type and media size of a tray both match, and the form assignment for the tray is the same (either the trays have no form assigned, or the trays have the same form assigned). Because ordered media sheets vary within a tray, auto linking is disabled for trays that are loaded with ordered media.

    When several trays are linked and the first-selected tray is emptied, the printer chooses the next tray to use based on an internal algorithm. When the first-selected tray is refilled, the printer immediately resumes printing from that tray, even if the other linked trays have not become empty.

  • Single page offset

    The shift tray supports offseting of jobs and copies of jobs to ease separation of the output. Offsetting is only performed for jobs or copies that contain two or more pages.

  • Bin unloading

    When the shift bin becomes full, a message is displayed and printing stops. When some or all of the paper is removed, printing resumes after a brief pause. If some of the paper is left in the bin when printing resumes, sheets of the current job may be stacked on top of sheets from an earlier job.

  • Custom media types

    PostScript and PCL jobs may select input media based on media size and media type requests. The media type request must identify the media type by name, using a name selected from a list of supported media type names. Additional media type names cannot be added to the printer. The provided drivers and the Job Ticket Composer fully enable selection of all supported media.

Drivers and Languages

Drivers will be available in English only at GA and other languages available by June 2003. All other drivers remain unchanged. Other software that has changed is also listed.

                                            Languages
Platform DataStrm EN FR IT GR SP BP DU JP SC TC RU PO HU K CZ
------------------- -------- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - --
POD Enabled Drivers
-Windows ME/XP/2000 PCL 6 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
-Windows ME/XP/2000 PS 3 X X X X X X X X

Composer
-Windows ME/XP/2000 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

IPP Port Monitor
-Windows XP/2000 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
-Windows NT 4.0 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Languages: EN=English SP=Spanish SC=Simplified Chinese
FR=French BP=Brazilian Portuguese TC=Traditional Chinese
IT=Italian DU=Dutch RUS=Russian
GR=German JP=Japan PO=Polish
HU=Hungarian K=Korean CZ=Czech
Languages
Source EN FR IT GR SP BP DU DA FI NO SW RU PO HU K CZ TU AR JP SC TC
--------- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - -- -- -- -- -- --
Pubs X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Op Panel X X X X X X X X X X X X
Web Pages X X X X X X X X X X X X

Languages: EN=English SP=Spanish SC=Simplified Chinese
FR=French BP=Brazilian Portuguese TC=Traditional Chinese
IT=Italian DU=Dutch RUS=Russian
GR=German JP=Japan PO=Polish
HU=Hungarian K=Korean CZ=Czech
DA=Danish FI=Finnish NO=Norwegian
SW=Swedish TU=Turkish AR=Arabic

(#4920, #4921) Anti-Condensation Kit

  • FC 4920 = factory, FC 4921 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

The features includes heating elements that mount under the paper drawers and keep moisture from building up. It is intended for humid environments. This feature is not available in Japan as the printer shipped in Japan comes with this feature as standard.

(#4520, #4521) 4,550-Sheet High Capacity Feeder

  • FC 4520 = factory, FC 4521 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This feature has 3 trays for 4,550-sheet capacity. Trays 4 and 5 have 1,000-sheet capacity each and tray 6 has 2,550-sheet capacity.

(#4500, #4501) A3/11" x 17" Tray Kit

  • FC 4500 = factory, FC 4501 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This option supports large size media including A3/11 x 17 in. media. It replaces the standard tray 1 (tandem tray) which cannot be used again without a CE involvement. This tray is supported in tray 1 only and has a capacity of 1,000 sheets. Media supported in this tray include A3 SEF, B4 SEF, A4 SEF, A4 LEF, 11" x 17" SEF, Letter SEF, Letter LEF, and Legal SEF.

(#4620, #4621) 2-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher

  • FC 4620 = factory, FC 4621 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This option supports 2-hole punching in the European and Japan format.

Only one of the hole punch kits (FCs 4620/4621, 4622/4623, 4624/4625, 4626/4627, 4628/4629) can be installed at a time although multiple hole punch kits can be ordered.

(#4622, #4623) 2-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher

  • FC 4622 = factory, FC 4623 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This option supports 2-hole punching in the U.S. format.

Only one of the hole punch kits (FCs 4620/4621, 4622/4623, 4624/4625, 4626/4627, 4628/4629) can be installed at a time although multiple hole punch kits can be ordered.

(#4624, #4625) 3-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher

  • FC 4624 = factory, FC 4625 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This option supports 3-hole punching.

Only one of the hole punch kits (FCs 4620/4621, 4622/4623, 4624/4625, 4626/4627, 4628/4629) can be installed at a time although multiple hole punch kits can be ordered.

(#4626, #4627) 4-Hole Punch Kit for Finisher

  • FC 4626 = factory, FC 4627 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This option supports 4-hole punching.

Only one of the hole punch kits (FCs 4620/4621, 4622/4623, 4624/4625, 4626/4627, 4628/4629) can be installed at a time although multiple hole punch kits can be ordered.

(#4628, #4629) 4-Hole Swedish Style Punch Kit for Finisher

  • FC 4628 = factory, FC 4629 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

This option supports Swedish style 4-hole punching.

Only one of the hole punch kits (FCs 4620/4621, 4622/4623, 4624/4625, 4626/4627, 4628/4629) can be installed at a time although multiple hole punch kits can be ordered.

Third Party Enabler Features

Infoprint 2085 and 2105 supports the following third party software enabler features:

(#6120, #6121) LCDS/Metacode Channel Software Enablement

  • FC 6120 = factory, FC 6121 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = LCDS/Metacode Sun Channel Hardware Enablement (FC 6110/6111) or LCDS/Metacode ESCON Channel Hardware Enablement (FC 6150/6151), Co-requisite = none
  • Conflict = LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Software Enablement (FC 6130/6131)

Included in this feature is M.I.S. print channel software, integration, training, and one year warranty. M.I.S. print software converts LCDS/Metacode to PostScript. This feature requires the LCDS/Metacode Enablement Accessories and either the LCDS/Metacode Sun Channel Hardware Enablement feature or LCDS/Metacode Sun ESCON Channel Hardware Enablement feature.

(#6130, #6131) LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Software Enablement

  • FC 6130 = factory, FC 6131 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Sun Blade (FC 6160/6161)
  • Conflict = LCDS/Metacode Channel Software Enablement (FC 6120/6121)

Included in this feature is M.I.S. print channel software, integration, training, and one year warranty. M.I.S. print software converts LCDS/Metacode to PostScript. This feature requires the LCDS/Metacode Enablement Accessories feature.

(#6140, #6141) LCDS/Metacode Enablement Accessories

  • FC 6140 = factory, FC 6141 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = none

Included in this feature is extra software, hardware, or maintenance, in order to complete the M.I.S. print solution.

(#6110, #6111) LCDS/Metacode Sun Channel Hardware Enablement

  • FC 6110 = factory, FC 6111 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = LCDS/Metacode Channel Software Enablement (FC 6120/6121), Co-requisite = none

Included in this feature is the Sun Blade workstation, Bus and Tag card, integration, and one year warranty. This feature includes all the hardware required to install the channel/ESCON version of M.I.S.

(#6150, #6151) LCDS/Metacode ESCON Channel Hardware Enablement

  • FC 6150 = factory, FC 6151 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = LCDS/Metacode Channel Software Enablement (FC6120/6121), Co-requisite = none

Included in this feature is the Sun Blade workstation, Bus and Tag card, integration, and one year warranty. This feature includes all the hardware required to install the channel/ESCON version of M.I.S.

(#6160, #6161) LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Sun Blade

  • FC 6160 = factory, FC 6161 = field
  • Minimum required = 0, Maximum allowed = 1
  • Prerequisite = none, Co-requisite = LCDS/Metacode TCP/IP Software Enablement (FC 6130/6131)
  • Conflict = LCDS/Metacode Channel Software Enablement (FC 6120/6121)

Included in this feature is hardware for running TCP/IP.

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