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IBM 3130

 
 
 
 



Models:
3130-02S
3130-02D
3130-03S
3130-03D

Highlights
  • Low cost of operation
  • Up to 30 ipm and 200,000 impressions per month
  • Multiple print data stream support: IPDS, PostScript Level 2, PCL5e
  • Multiple protocol support: SNA, TCP/IP lpr/lpd/ftp, Novell** NetWare** SPX/IPX
    • Exceptional paper-handling
    • Up to four input trays with 3,000 sheets
    • Up to three output stackers with 2,500 sheets
    • 11 x 17 inch capabilities
  • Broad physical attachment capabilities: Twinaxial, Token-Ring, SDLC, PC parallel, Ethernet
  • Microsoft** Windows** support
  • OS/2 support
  • 240- or 300-pel enhanced printing
  • Optional 240-pel DBCS raster fonts resident
  • Resident Fonts: PCL - 35 Intellifonts and 10 TrueType**; PostScript - 63 Type 1 scaleable fonts; IPDS - IBM 4028 compatibility (31 outlines), IBM Core Interchange (54 outlines), IBM Coordinated (12 outlines)
The IBM 3130 Advanced Function Printer is a 30 impression per minute (ipm), highly-reliable, cutsheet, duplex printer. The IBM 3130 supports multiple printer data streams, multiple concurrent interfaces, and provides exceptional paper handling options. These functions combine with IBM's powerful Advanced Function Common Control Unit (AFCCU) to provide a printer which can support traditional Intelligent Printing Data Stream (IPDS) environments, as well as local area network (LAN) environments.

Shared Environments
Today's environments require support of multiple printer data streams. The IBM 3130 supports PostScript** Level 2, PCL**5e, and IBM's traditional strength, IPDS. Native support of all three data streams means one printer can support both host and LAN applications. Data stream sensing and switching are also supported.
Connectivity requirements are changing as well. The IBM 3130 supports:
  • Standard high speed parallel interface
  • Ethernet interface
  • 19.2 or 56Kbps SDLC interface
  • Token-Ring interface
  • Twinaxial interface
An Ethernet interface, the parallel interface, and one additional interface may be concurrently active on the IBM 3130. Jobs may be interleaved from the three active ports and directed to separate output stackers.
Sharing interfaces and supporting multiple data streams does not equate to sharing paper sources or output stackers. While the four available input trays can be linked, they also can be dedicated to an application. Likewise, output stackers can be dedicated to an application or department. This flexible combination means up to three diverse application environments can share the same physical printer, and still retain job separation all the way from the input tray to the offset stacker.

Forms Flexibility
User applications require forms flexibility. The IBM 3130 supports paper sizes ranging from B5, all the way up to ledger size. Legal, letter, A3, A4, and B4 papers are also supported. The IBM 3130 can also print on card stock and labels. All of the drawers in the base footprint can support all of the supported paper sizes. A 500 sheet side input tray supports A4 and letter sizes.
Up to four input trays are supported on the IBM 3130. Three tray sizes are supported: 250, 500, and 2,000 sheets. All models support 3,000 sheets of paper from four input trays.
Up to three output stackers can be installed on the IBM 3130; two 500 sheet offset stackers and a 1,500 sheet offset stacker are available. All models can be configured with all three output stackers, for a total output capacity of 2,500 sheets

Performance
Maintaining rated speed in a shared environment becomes critical. The IBM 3130 takes advantage of the AFCCU. The AFCCU is based on IBM's recognized RISC technology. This control unit supports printers as diverse as the IBM 3900 Advanced Function Duplex Printing System and the IBM 3130.
Besides providing additional attachment flexibility, the AFCCU improves performance for the most complex jobs. This control unit includes capabilities which were features on earlier control units, such as Advanced Function Image and Graphics and Decompression Performance Enhancement. And, like previous control units, it can be extended with new capabilities in the future. At the same time, the IBM 3130 can print applications which print on other IPDS printers.

IBM 3130 Advanced Function Printer at a glance
Print Speed
Up to 30 ipm
Usage
Maximum 200,000 impressions per month
Memory
48 MB standard, 64 MB maximum
Paper Characteristics
Input trays:
02D: 2x250/2000 standard, 2x250/500/2000 maximum*
03S: 2x250/2000 standard, 2x250/500/2000 maximum*
*500 is an option on all models
Output stackers:
02D: 2x500 standard, 2x500/1500 maximum*
03S: 2x500 standard, 2x500/1500 maximum*
*1500 is an option on all models
Media
Paper size
Letter: 8.5" x 11"
Legal: 8.5" x 14"
A3: 11.7" x 16.5"
A4: 8.3" x 11.7"
B4: 10.1" x 14.3"
B5: 7.1" x 10.1"
Ledger: 11" x 17"
Letter, A4, and B5 can print at up to 30 ipm. All other sizes print at up to 15 ipm.
Paper weight
Regular papers: 16 lb. to 42 lb.
Card Stock: 40 lb. to 90 lb. (simplex only)
Labels: 32 lb. to 42 lb. (simplex only)
Paper type
Plain or letterhead cutsheet paper
Paper or polymer-based adhesive labels suitable for electrophotographic printing
Preprinted forms and letterheads, perforated and prepunched (2, 3 and 4 holes)
Xerographic papers
AFP System Attachments

PSF/MVS
PSF/VM
PSF/VSE
PSF/400
PSF/2
PSF/6000
SNA Token-ring
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

SNA SDLC 19.2 Kbit
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

SNA SDLC 56 Kbit
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes


TCP/IP Token-ring
Yes


Yes
Yes
Yes
TCP/IP Ethernet
Yes


Yes
Yes
Yes
PC Parallel



Yes
Yes
Twinaxial


Yes


AFP Software Support
PSF/MVS
PSF for OS/400
PSF/VM
PSF for OS/2
PSF/VSE
PSF for AIX
Open System Attachments

AIX
NetWare
Windows
OS/2
OS/2 LAN Server
Token-ring
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Ethernet
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
PC Parallel
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Open Software Support
OS/2
OS/2 LAN Server
Microsoft Windows
AIX
< 4.01, 4.0, 3.12, 3.11, NetWare>
Attachment options:
Note:PC Parallel attachment is standard
Ethernet
Twinaxial
Token-Ring
SDLC
Other options:
Two 16MB memory features
DBCS Font Package (includes 540MB hard drive)
Extra Input Trays and Output Stackers
Physical Characteristics
Width:
26" (654 mm)
Depth:
26" (654 mm)
Height:
54" (1,385 mm)
Weight:
343 lb. (156 kg)
Power Requirements
100/115 V, single phase, 50/60 Hz, 10 amps
220/230/240V, single phase, 50/60 Hz, 5.2 amps
Environmental Conditions
Relative humidity: 20% to 80% RH
Temperature: 60.8 degrees to 89.6 degrees F (16degrees to 32 degrees C)
Acoustics: 55 dBA/7.2 bels (operating); 46 dBA/6.4 bels (idle)
**Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. TrueType is a registered trademark of Apple Corporation. Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell Corporation. PCL is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. PostScript is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems, Inc. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation width