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IBM 3160 (Infoprint 60)

 
 
 
 


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IBM 3160 high volume printer


Highlights

  • Up to 60 ipm and 750,000 impressions per month
  • Wide attachment flexibility
Small footprint In a continuation of Redefining Printing, The IBM Printing Systems Company offers a new, low-cost standard for distributed production cutsheet printing. The IBM 3160 Advanced Function Printer is an intermediate speed, highly reliable cutsheet duplex printer. The IBM 3160 combines electrophotographic print technology and the powerful capabilities of the Advanced Function Common Control Unit (AFCCU) and Advanced Function Printing(AFP) software to deliver high-quality output on a wide range of paper sizes, including 11 x 17 inch paper.

New Standard in Low Cost Printing
The IBM 3160 produces sharp, clear printed output at speeds of up to 60 impressions per minute (ipm) depending upon the application and handles production volumes of up to 750,000 impressions per month.
The IBM 3160 can print AFP application data sent from any of the IBM platforms: Application System/400 (AS/400), Personal System/2 (PS/2), RISC System/6000, and large hosts. This flexibility combined with its speed and capacity makes the IBM 3160 an ideal printer to meet high-end and departmental printing requirements.

Advanced Function Printing
The IBM 3160 Advanced Function Printer takes full advantage of IBM's AFP software to bring enhanced printing capabilities that include:

  • Printing up to four logical pages on one side of a physical page
  • Printing vector graphics, compressed images, and text anywhere on the page
  • Printing with multiple character sets or fonts
  • Application flexibility including electronic forms and bar codes
  • Other data streams supported through the AFP print server architecture of IBM Print Services Facility for OS/2 (PSF/2) or IBM AIX Print Services Facility/6000 (PSF/6000) including PostScript** and Windows** ASCII through the AFP Windows driver.

Productivity
Additional functions are implemented through the Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS), the IBM function-rich data stream intended for use with all-points-addressable printers. These functions include system management of resources such as fonts, images and electronic forms, exceptional error recovery, and accurate accounting information. These IPDS capabilities, in conjunction with the AFCCU, allow your operations staff to be more productive.

More Powerful Control Unit
The AFCCU is based on IBM's recognized RISC technology. This advanced control unit supports IBM printers as diverse as the IBM 3935 Advanced Function Printer, the IBM 3900 Wide Advanced Function Printers, and the IBM 3900 Advanced Function Duplex Printing Systems.

Besides providing additional attachment flexibility, the AFCCU improves performance for the most complex jobs. This new generation control unit now includes capabilities that 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 3160 can print applications that print on other IPDS printers.

Attachment Flexibility
The IBM 3160 can be attached easily to IBM S/370, S/390, AS/400, PS/2, or RISC System/6000 systems using one of the following attachments as appropriate:

  • S/370 parallel channel
  • SNA Token-Ring (LU 6.2)
  • TCP/IP Token-Ring
  • TCP/IP Ethernet (-002)

The appropriate print driver is required depending on environment: PSF/MVS, PSF/VM, PSF/VSE, PSF/400, PSF/2, or PSF/6000.

Summary
When combined with IBM's AFP software, the IBM 3160 offers these key features and benefits:

  • Up to 60 ipm and 750,000 impressions per month
  • AFP and IPDS capabilities
  • PostScript and ASCII through the AFP server architecture
  • 240-pel printing with all-points-addressability
  • Electronic forms capability
  • Up to four-up duplex printing
  • Typographic and proportionally spaced fonts for text and electronic forms applications
  • SNA/Token-Ring, S/370 parallel channel, TCP/IP Ethernet, and TCP/IP Token-Ring attachment options depending on platform
    Application compatibility and portability - within the limits of hardware restrictions - across the family of IBM page printers
IBM 3160 Advanced Function Printer at a glance
Print Speed
Up to 60 ipm
Usage
Maximum 750,000 impressions per month
Paper Capacities
Input:
500-sheet bin 1
500-sheet bin 2
2,000-sheet bin 3
2,000-sheet bin 4 (optional)
Output:
1500-sheet output
500-sheet top output tray (sample tray)
3000-sheet stacker (optional) with convenience stapler
Media
Paper size:
Letter: 8.5" x 11"
A4: 8.3" x 11.7"
Legal: 8.5" x 14"
A3: 11.7" x 16.5"
11" x 17"
B4: 10.1" x 14.3"
B5: 182 mm x 257 mm
Paper weight:
17 lb. to 42 lb. (64 to 160 gsm)
17 lb. to 42 lb. (64 to 160 gsm)
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
Systems Attachments

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

TCP/IP Token-Ring
Yes


Yes
Yes
Yes
TCP/IP Ethernet
Yes


Yes
Yes
Yes
S/370 Parallel Channel
Yes
Yes
Yes



AFP Software Support
PSF/MVS
PSF/VM
PSF/VSE
PSF for OS/400 (PSF/400)
PSF for OS/2 (PSF/2)
PSF for AIX (PSF/6000)
Options
One attachment option required:
IBM SNA Token-Ring attachment
S/370 parallel channel
Ethernet (TCP/IP)
Token-Ring (TCP/IP)
Other options:
Additional pattern storage memory features 2,000-sheet input bin, 3,000-sheet output stacker with convenience stapler
Physical Characteristics
Width:
41.75" (1060 mm) with open stacker
Depth:
27.4" (695 mm)
Height:
51.2" (1,300 mm) without stacker
Weight:
521 lb. (235 kg)
Power Requirements:
208VAC, single phase, 60Hz
220VAC, single phase, 50Hz
Consumption: Idle Printing
208VAC60Hz 340watts 1.3Kwatts
220VAC50Hz 340watts 1.2Kwatts
Environmental Conditions
Relative humidity: 20% to 80% RH
Temperature: 60.8 degrees to 90 degrees F (16 degrees to 32 degrees C)
Acoustics: 60 dBA (operating), 54 dBA (idle)

This device is subject to the Federal Communications Commission Rules. This product shall be verified to comply with the rules for Class A digital devices before final delivery to the buyer or centers of distribution.

The IBM 3160 InfoPrint 60 is the newest member of the IBM 3160 family of Advanced Function Printers. The family now consist of the InfoPrint 60 and the 3160 Model 001. Both printers provide duplex production class printing at a print speed of 60 pages-per-minute (ppm). The 3160 Model 001 prints at 240 dots-per-inch (dpi) resolution while the InfoPrint 60 provides 600 dpi resolution from 240, 300 or 600 dpi objects. Both models can serve as distributed shared printers in the following LAN environments: MVS with TCP/IP Ethernet and TCP/IP Token-Ring Attachments, OS/2 with TCP/IP Ethernet and TCP/IP Token-Ring Attachments, AIX with TCP/IP Ethernet and TCP/IP Token-Ring attachments, and OS/400 with TCP/IP Ethernet and TCP/IP Token-Ring attachments. The 3160 Model 001 can also be attached via Token-Ring SNA or parallel channel. These cut sheet Advanced Function Printing (AFP) printers receive print information from the host system in the form of the Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS). The InfoPrint 60 incorporates the Advanced Function Common Control Unit (AFCCU) which, combined with the power of AFP, delivers highly complex pages printed at near rated speeds.

Model Abstract 3160-002

The IBM 3160 Model 002 has other features that include: maximum monthly print volume of 750,000 impressions; 64MB of RAM storage standard, upgradable to 128MB; flexible paper handling capabilities: three paper input sources standard with optional expansion to four for a total capacity of 5,000 sheets; two paper output sources with a total capacity of 2,000 sheets; paper sizes include letter, legal, ledger, A3, A4, B4, and B5.

Highlights
Advanced Function Common Control Unit (AFCCU)
Ability to handle complex printing, including image, graphics and barcodes, at near rated speeds depending on the paper size and weight.

Increased Resolution
240 DPI Print Resolution for 3160 Model 001
600 DPI Print Resolution for InfoPrint 60

LAN Attachment Capability
TCP/IP Token-Ring
TCP/IP Ethernet

Token-Ring SNA and Channel attachment on 3160 Model 001

Excellent Reliability
Monthly maximum duty cycle of 750,000 impressions

InfoPrint 60 Memory Options
64MB RAM standard
Two RAM expansion options for a total of 128MB

Flexible Paper Handling

Up to four paper input sources and two output sources
Total input paper capacity of 5,000 sheets with the optional 2,000 sheet Input Bin feature. Total output capacity is 2,000 sheets.
Paper sizes include letter, legal, ledger, A3, A4, B4 and B5.
Optional 3000 Sheet Side Stacker
Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS)

Product Positioning
The InfoPrint 60 provides users with:
600 dpi print resolution with print speeds up to 60 PPM
LAN connectivity options
Duplex capable
The IBM Advanced Function Common Control Unit
Wide range of paper sizes supported
Multiple paper input sources

Model Summary Matrix

Impressions- Monthly
per- Standard Maximum Print
Model Minute pel Storage Storage Capacity
----- ------------ --- -------- ------- -------------------
002 60 600 64 MB 128 MB 750,000 impressions

Print Quality

The InfoPrint 60 will allow a customer to print unique and varied documents that will present a quality company image to their customers with 600 dpi resolution. Special printing capabilities include: printing of company logos, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and Bar-Code printing as well as self-adhesive labels and perforated paper with certain restrictions.

The InfoPrint 60 will print permit "edge to edge" printing but a print border of within 2 mm of the right, left, top and bottom paper edges is recommended. Printing past the recommended print borders may result in loss of information and possible degradation of print quality and paper handling.

Paper Handling and Print Speed

The IBM InfoPrint 60 has three input sources standard that are capable of duplex printing that can be individually selected by host software. An optional 2000 sheet input bin provides a total of 4 input sources with a maximum paper capacity of 5000 sheets. There are two paper output stations capable of stacking up to 1500 sheets and one sample tray which holds up to 500 sheets.

Input Paper Specifications
Tray 1 is standard and has a 500 sheet capacity of 20 lb. (75 gms) paper.
Tray 2 is standard and has a 500 sheet capacity of 20 lb. (75 gms) paper.
Tray 3 is standard and has a 2000 sheet capacity of 20 lb. (75 gms)
Tray 4 is an optional feature and has a 2000 sheet capacity of 20 lb. (75 gms) paper.

Output Paper Specifications
The primary stacker is standard and has a 1500 sheet capacity of 20 lb. (75 gms) paper.
The sample tray is standard and has a 500 sheet capacity of of 20 lb. (75 gms) paper.
A high capacity side stacker is optional and has a 3000 sheet capacity of 20 lb. (75 gms) paper.

Paper Sizes and Print Speed

The IBM InfoPrint 60 supports a variety of commonly accepted cut sheet paper, pre-printed forms, security paper, prepunched paper, perforated paper, and certain label stock. Paper sizes supported are:

TRAYS
SIZE MILLIMETER INCHES SPEED SUPPORTED
---- ------------- ------------------ ------------ ----------
Letter 215.9 x 279.4 8.5 x 11.0 inches Up to 60 PPM 1, 2, 3, 4
Legal 215.9 x 355.6 8.5 x 14.0 inches Up to 30 PPM 1, 2, 3
Ledger 279.0 x 432.0 11.0 x 17.0 inches Up to 30 PPM 1, 2, 3
A3 297.0 x 420.0 11.7 x 16.5 inches Up to 30 PPM 1, 2, 3
A4 210.0 x 297.0 8.3 x 11.7 inches Up to 60 PPM 1, 2, 3, 4
B4 257.0 x 364.0 10.1 x 14.3 inches Up to 30 PPM 1, 2, 3
B5 182.0 x 257.0 7.1 x 10.1 inches Up to 60 PPM 1, 2, 3

The InfoPrint 60 has a maximum print speed of 60 pages minute. Paper weights supported are 17 lb. to 42 lb. and 110 lb.. For paper weights of greater than 22 lbs. a reduction in print speed may occur up to 17% depending on the weight. Print speed does not change when printing in either simplex or duplex modes.

Performance
Warm-up time from a "cold start" is 3 minutes. The time interval for first image out is less than 16 seconds.

Print Capacity
The IBM InfoPrint 60 has a maximum monthly print capacity of 750,000 impressions per month.

Operator Display and Interface
The IBM InfoPrint 60's primary operator interface is through a Type 1 operator panel. The operator panel is comprised of a 2 X 16 character LCD operator display that provides printer status, intervention conditions and a menu of operations information. The operator panel keys and indicators are labeled in English. A translated overlay is provided in one of the following languages: English, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese (Katakana) and Spanish, based on the country code default. The operator panel LCD messaging is configurable in one of the following seven languages: English, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese (Katakana) and Spanish.

Printer Control Capabilities
The IBM InfoPrint 60 is managed by a high performance printer controller (AFCCU), that is functionally common to IBM's family of high speed printers and helps ensure cross-printer compatibility within hardware limits. The InfoPrint 60 contains 64MB of RAM storage which can be expanded to a maximum of 128MB for performance enhancement.

The InfoPrint 60 receives print information from the host system in the form of an Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS). IPDS is an IBM host-to-printer data stream designed to manage and control printer processes. It is distinguished from previous data streams for printers because it supports all-points addressability, which means it has the capability of placing data at any defined point on the valid printable area of a page. The IPDS structure is a significant concept because it allows both data and commands to be sent to a printer connected to the host system, independent of the attachment protocol used to connect the printer to the host. IPDS permits the same data stream to be used for printers that are attached by channels, controllers or any type of networking link that supports the transparent transmission of data to printing processes that are resident in the printer.

Resolution Migration
The following data types will be supported, at General Availability, for 240 and 300 pel job streams to be printed at 600 dpi resolution:
Images (IM1, IOCA)
Bar Codes (BCOCA)
Text - Outline Fonts

Note: Minor character placement issues may occur.

Resident IPDS Fonts
The IBM AFP Expanded Core font set, is supported as scalable Type 1 outline fonts. The IBM AFP Expanded Core font set is contained in the AFCCU's hard disk with the default font of Courier Roman Medium 12 pitch (10 point).

The InfoPrint 60 has the font handling capability for 600 pel outline fonts. However, the support level is dependant on the various PSF platforms. For details, refer to the Software Requirements section and the product's Introduction and Planning Guide (G544-5242).

IBM AFP EXPANDED CORE FONTS

Latin 1/2/3/4/5 Symbols
---------------------- ----------------------
Times New Roman Medium Times New Roman Medium
Times New Roman Bold Times New Roman Bold
Times New Roman Italic Medium Helvetica Roman Medium
Times New Roman Italic Bold Helvetica Roman Bold
Helvetica Roman Medium Courier Roman Medium
Helvetica Roman Bold Courier Roman Bold
Helvetica Italic Medium
Helvetica Italic Bold
Courier Roman Medium
Courier Roman Bold
Courier Italic Medium
Courier Italic Bold

Arabic Cyrillic/Greek
--------------------------------------- ----------------------------
ITC Boutros Setting Roman Medium Times New Roman Medium
ITC Boutros Setting Roman Bold Times New Roman Bold
ITC Boutros Setting Italic Medium Times New Roman Italic Medium
ITC Boutros Setting Italic Bold Times New Roman Italic Bold
ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Roman Medium Helvetica Roman Medium
ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Roman Bold Helvetica Roman Bold
ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Italic Medium Helvetica Italic Medium
ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Italic Bold Helvetica Italic Bold
Boutros Typing Roman Medium Courier Roman Medium
Boutros Typing Roman Bold Courier Roman Bold
Boutros Typing Italic Medium Courier Italic Medium
Boutros Typing Italic Bold Courier Italic Bold

Hebrew Additional Typefaces
------------------------- ------------------------
Narkissim Roman Medium APL
Narkissim Roman Bold APL Bold
Narkissim Italic Medium Boldface
Narkissim Italic Bold Gothic Text
Narkiss Tam Roman Medium Letter Gothic
Narkiss Tam Roman Bold Letter Gothic Bold
Narkiss Tam Italic Medium OCR A
Narkiss Tam Italic Bold OCR B
Shalom Roman Medium Prestige
Shalom Roman Bold Prestige Bold
Shalom Italic Medium Prestige Italic
Shalom Italic Bold Gothic Katakana

4028 Font Emulation

4028 Font Emulation support is provided with resident fonts.

Bar Codes
Bar Code Printing is supported through application of the BCOCA tower.

Supported Image Decompression Standards
G3, G4, MMR and ABIC are supported.

Physical Specifications
Width: 1,152 mm (45.4 inches) w/ 1500 sheet stacker extended
Depth: 770 mm (30.3 inches)
Height: 1,295 mm (51.0 inches) (A)
Weight: 240 kg (528 lbs) w/ 1500 sheet stacker
Footprint: 0.81 sq. M (8.75 sq. ft)

Note: (A) = Includes top stacker
Operating Environment
Temperature: 10 to 32C (50 to 90F)
Relative Humidity: 20 to 80 (percent)
Wet Bulb: 26C (78.7F maximum)
Elevation-Max: 7000 ft. (2100 M)
Electrical power: 0.8 KVA standby, 2.1 KVA printing
Capacity of Exhaust: Air flow--natural
Noise Level: 50.4 dbA standby, 58.8 dbA printing

The IBM InfoPrint 60 operates in a class A2 environment and will meet all worldwide regulations as they apply to "environmental impact" for business machines for this class.
Limitations

Printer Performance
The IBM InfoPrint 60 has a maximum rated print engine speed of up to 60 PPM. As is the case with most printers, performance depends on the following:
Interface to host
Host system and application
Complexity and content of the page being printed
Paper size (1)
Available memory

Note: (1) See maximum impressions per minute per paper size listed in the Specified Operating Environment Section.

Other factors that can have an affect on InfoPrint 60 performance are:
Side Sensitive Print Option when printing simplex pages
Cycle loss when switching between duplex and simplex pages in the same job.

The Side Sensitive Option prints side two first, emulating the 3825. While this works fine in duplex mode, this option also forces simplex pages through the duplex paper path, reducing performance to 30 ipm and affecting usage charges. (2)

Applications that switch form simplex to duplex in the same job may also encounter a performance impact. It is common for high speed laser printers to lose cycles during simplex to duplex switching operations. For example, the InfoPrint 60 will lose four cycles (impressions) during this operation. (2)

Note: (2) See BLD FLASH 9549 for operating alternatives and additional performance detail.

Label Printing
When printing labels, observe the following:
USE ONLY THE BASE STACKER. Using the side stacker for labels may damage the printer.
Disable the side stacker.
Load labels face down in the upper sub tray, lower sub tray, or main tray.
Run labels only in simplex mode
Before ordering large quantities of you labels, run several small jobs to be sure they work properly.
Refer to InfoPrint 60 User's Guide for more details about running labels.

Hardware Requirements

The central processing unit (CPU) configurations supporting the InfoPrint 60 are:
3090, ES/9000, Parallel Enterprise Server, S390 Multiprise Server,
4381, 308X, RS/6000, AS/400, and PS/2

Connectivity to the host processors is via the following operating systems and attachments:
PSF Support Schedule

HW GA MVS OS/400 OS/2 AIX
----- --- ------ ---- ---
ATTACH SUPPORT
---------------
TCP/IP Ethernet AV AV AV AV AV
TCP/IP Token Ring AV AV AV AV AV

HW FUNCTIONS
-------------
Outline Fonts
-Resident SBCS AV AV AV AV AV
-Resident DBCS AV AV AV AV AV
-Download SBCS AV AV AV AV AV
-Download DBCS AV AV AV AV AV



4 Input Bins AV AV AV AV AV

Base N-Up AV AV AV -- AV
Power Positioning AV AV AV -- AV

NOTES:
AV = Support is Available
-- = No Support

Interface Information

The InfoPrint 60 Token-Ring Attachment (FC #4120) will attach to the following devices:
8228 Token-Ring Multistation Access Unit attached to an AS/400, PS/2, or RS/6000 processor
8230 Token-Ring Controller Access Unit attached to an AS/400, PS/2, or RS/6000 processor
8228 Token-Ring Multistation Access Unit attached to a 3172, 3174, 3725, 3745, or 3720 attached to a 3090, ES/9000, 308X, or 4381 processor
8230 Token-Ring Controller Access Unit attached to a 3172, 3174, 3725, 3745, or 3720 attached to a 3090, ES/9000, 308X, or 4381

The InfoPrint 60 TCP/IP Ethernet 10BaseT Attachment (FC #4161) will attach to the following devices:
An 8250 or 8260 Twisted Pair Hub attached to a RS/6000

The InfoPrint 60 TCP/IP Ethernet 10Base2 Attachment (FC #4162) will attach to the following devices:
Attach to Thin Ethernet Coaxial attached to a RS/6000, PS/2, or AS/400
Attach to a 3172 or a 3745 attached to a 3090, ES/9000, 308X, or 4381 processor.
Software Requirements

The InfoPrint 60 will be supported by the latest releases of the following operating system environments. Programming versions, releases, and modification levels will be provided prior to general availability.

The latest level of PSF service updates available at the InfoPrint 60 general availability is required.

MVS Operating Environment:

Print Services Facility/MVS (PSF/MVS) (5695-040) Version 2 Release 2.0 and its pre-requisites. PSF/MVS 2.2.0 requires the following APARS for outline font support:

Download Outline Fonts
Expanded Core SBCS - 0W08340
DBCS - 0W17564

Resident Outline Fonts
Expanded Core SBCS - 0W08340
DBCS - 0W14128

OS/400 Operating Environment with PSF/400

Print Services Facility for OS/400 (PSF/400) (5763-SS1) Version 3 Release 1 and its pre-requisites.

Print Services Facility for OS/400( 5716-SS1) Version 3 Release 6.0 and its pre-requisites.

OS/2 Operating Environment:
Print Services Facility/2 (PSF/2) (5622-551) Version 2 Release 0 and its pre-requisites.

AIX Operating Environment:
Print Services Facility for AIX (5765-505) Version 2 Release 1 and its pre-requisites.

PSF Function Supported

PSF/MVS PSF/400 PSF for PSF/2 AIX
V2.2.0 V2.1 V2.7
------- --------- ------------- -----

Multiple Input Yes Yes Yes Yes
Multiple Output Yes Yes Yes Yes
IPDS Towers All All All All
Basic N-UP Yes Yes Yes Yes*
Enhanced N-UP Yes Yes Yes Yes*

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

Font Support:
-------------
-Download SBCS
Outlines Yes Yes Yes Yes
-Download DBCS
Outlines Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Resident Outline
Fonts:
Expanded Core Yes Yes Yes Yes
DBCS Yes Yes Yes Yes
* PSF Direct Only

PSF Support Notes
Basic N-UP

Enables printing output that places one, two, three, or four pages in sequence in equal-sized partitions on each side of a sheet. For duplex printers, each side of the form or sheet of paper can have up to four pages.

Enhanced N-UP (Page Positioning) enables

Page Orientation - where individual pages can be placed at any position on either side of the sheet in any orientation and in any size that will fit on the sheet.

Overlays - which can be placed relative to any partition origin with or without variable page data from the application program. Different overlays can be specified for each page.

Offsets - where different offsets can be specified for each page.

Form Ejection - which can be used to eject to a new partition or a new sheet.

PSF/MVS Support Notes
N_UP Support on PSF/MVS 2.2

Under PSF/MVS, the InfoPrint 60 will have the capability of printing multiple pages on a single side of a sheet. Two 8.5 x 11 inch - application pages can be printed two-up on a single 11 x 17 inch - paper sheet.

AS/400 Support Notes
Print Limitations

Large Print

Printing with the large print function for OfficeVision/400 on the AS/400 is not supported by the IBM InfoPrint 60. Also, the AS/400 (DDS) key word CHRSIZ function is not supported by the InfoPrint 60.

Bolding

The following fonts cannot be bolded by the InfoPrint 60 when using OfficeVision/400 or the AS/400 DDS key word HIGHLIGHT function: Boldface, Gothic Text, Gothic Katakana, OCR A, OCR B, Prestige Italic, or fonts that are already bold-faced fonts.

PSF/2 Support Notes

Resident fonts are not supported when using the DPF function of PSF/2

When using 'PSF DIRECT' the function supported is equivalent to that provided by the Host PSF.

PSF For AIX Support Notes
When using 'PSF DIRECT' the function supported is equivalent to that provided by the Host PSF.

Host software support for InfoPrint 60 attachments are listed below.

370 Channel Token-Ring Token-Ring Ethernet
SNA TCP/IP TCP/IP
Feature # 4020 4120 4120 4162
----------- ---------- ---------- --------
Platform
PSF/MVS Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSF/VSE Yes Yes No No
PSF/VM Yes Yes No No
PSF/400 No Yes Yes Yes
PSF/AIX No No Yes Yes
PSF/2 No No Yes Yes
InfoPrint Mgr. No No Yes Yes


The InfoPrint 60 includes the printer engine, control unit with 64MB RAM memory, line cord, internal cables, selected publications, operator panel, safety instructions, 3 reams of paper and filled supplies to operate the printer and country documentation language group.

For all Countries, except Africa and Middle East countries (AME), the country standard voltage, nomenclature/language will automatically be supplied based on the country code of order. The Specify codes included in the Sales Manual are only to be ordered when an alternative to the country standard is required.

Unless indicated otherwise, the following specify and order codes are only available at time of manufacture.

All Standards will be provided at the current level by GA.
Ship Group Languages (Publications & Operator Panel Overlay):
FC #2924 English Ship Group
FC #2928 French Ship Group
FC #2929 German Ship Group
FC #2930 Japanese Ship Group
FC #2931 Spanish Ship Group
FC #2932 Italian Ship Group
FC #2933 Brazilian Portuguese Ship Group
AC Power Cord:

An AC power cord is provided standard with each InfoPrint 60 based on the country code of order and are 'No Specify' items. Following is the power cord length provided for each geography:

US, Canada, LA 11 ft 3.35 m
EMEA * 11 ft. 3.35 m
AP 11 ft. 3.35 m
(excluding Australia & New Zealand)
Australia & New Zealand 14.5 ft. 4.43 m

* = Machines shipped to EMEA have AC power cords without a plug. The
appropriate plug will be attached by the customer engineer
at the time of installation.

Input Power:

The input power is an auto ranging power supply of 200/240 Volt.

Host Attachments:
See Special features - one attachment must be ordered with the initial InfoPrint 60 order.
Tool Kit:
There are no special tools required by customer service to service the InfoPrint 60.
Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable

Machine Model Feature
Description Type Number Number
---------------------------------- ------ ------- -------
InfoPrint 60 3160 002
with 64MB RAM

ATTACHMENTS (One Required):
TCP/IP Token-Ring Attachment 4120
TCP/IP Ethernet Attachment - 10BaseT 4161
TCP/IP Ethernet Attachment - 10Base2 4162
100BaseTX Ethernet (Factory) 4164
100BaseTX Ethernet (Field) 4165

OPTIONAL INCREMENTAL MEMORY:
32MB RAM Upgrade 4332
64MB RAM Upgrade 4364

OPTIONAL PAPER INPUT BIN:
Optional 2000 Sheet Input Bin 4512

OPTIONAL PAPER OUTPUT STACKER
Optional 3000 Sheet Side Stacker (Plant) 4620
Optional 3000 Sheet Side Stacker (Field) 4621

DBCS Font Feature 4802

AC POWER CORD
Chicago Power Cord (1.8m, 6 ft. - priced feature, US only) 9986

The following features are available and can be ordered with new machines or as MES field upgrades:
Attachment features

One attachment feature is required to be ordered at the time the InfoPrint 60 is ordered. A second may be ordered. However, FC #4161 and FC #4162 are mutually exclusive. These are not customer set-up features. There are no compatibility conflicts for these features. The ethernet features do require a cable for attachment to the LAN. These features are available as factory installed features or MESs for field installation. When an attachment feature is added as an MES, any mutually exclusive feature must be removed.

(#4020) 370 Parallel Channel Attachment

This feature provides a high speed direct attachment using IBM Tag and Bus cables to an IBM 370 Parallel block multiplexer channel. This enables the InfoPrint 60 to connect directly to an IBM 3090, ES/9000, S390 Parallel Enterprise Server or S390 Multiprise 2000 server.

The 370 Parallel Channel Attachment supports a maximum cable length of 122 meters (400 ft.) if it is the only control unit on the interface. For each additional control unit (up to a maximum of eight control units) this length is reduced by 4.6 meters (15 ft.).

The 370 Parallel Channel Attachment can also be attached to the remote end of an IBM 9034 ESCON converter which can extend the standard channel interface by up to 3 Kilometers (9,842 ft.). An alternative way to extend the distance is to use the Extended Distance Feature (XDF) on the 9032 or 9033. If additional distance is required, submit an RPQ for extended distance for 9032 or 9033 with Extended Distance Feature. For more information, consult the 9034, 3044-2 and 9032/9033 product publications.

This feature is supported on the following software platforms: PSF/MVS, PSF/VSE and PSF/VM (see Software Requirements section).
(#4120) SNA and TCP/IP Support for Token-Ring LANS

This feature allows connections to a Token-Ring LAN supporting IBM's System Network Architecture (SNA) protocol. Currently, the InfoPrint allows the printer to attach to Token-Ring LANs running the TCP/IP protocol using feature 4120. The new printer can attach to either a 4 Megabit per second (Mbps) or 16 Mbps Token-Ring LAN.

The new feature 4120 can only be installed on printers with serial numbers at or above those listed in the Key Prerequisites section.

A Token-Ring adapter cable, P/N 60G1066, is included with this feature.

SNA/Token-Ring is supported on the following software platforms: PSF/MVS, PSF/VSE, PSF/VM, and PSF/400 (see Software Requirements section).

These features can only be installed on printers having serial numbers at or above those listed below.
Serial numbers 01-40200 - EMEA (Shipped by ILC Amsterdam)
Serial numbers 01-30400 - US/Canada/LA (Shipped by Endicott)
Serial numbers 97-00020 - AP (Shipped by Fujisawa)
(#4161) TCP/IP Ethernet Attachment - 10BaseT

The maximum number orderable for this feature is one. The InfoPrint 60 ca only support one active attachment - FC #4120, FC #4161,or FC #4162. FC #4161 is a priced feature code. Should the customer need to change attachment for the InfoPrint 60 at a later date this can be accomplished by ordering one of these attachments as an MES for field installation.
(#4162) TCP/IP Ethernet Attachment - 10Base2

The maximum number orderable for this feature is one. The InfoPrint 60 can only support one active attachment - FC #4120, FC #4161, or FC #4162. FC #4162 is a priced feature code. Should the customer need to change attachment for the InfoPrint 60 at a later date this can be accomplished by ordering one of these attachments as an MES for field installation.
(#4164) 100BaseTX Ethernet (Factory)

(#4165) 100BaseTX Ethernet (Field)

This attachment feature for the IBM Infoprint 60 supports the following LANs:

10BaseT Ethernet LAN using category 3/4/5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) with an RJ-45 connector

100BaseTX Ethernet LAN using category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) with an RJ-45 connector

This feature provides a native attachment to a LAN via Ethernet (TCP/IP). The attachment can be either 10 Mbps (10 million bits per second) or 100 Mbps (100 million bits per second) enabled. This interface will automatically sense and emulate the data rate and transfer mode (half duplex or full duplex) of the Ethernet hub, or it can be manually set to match data rate and transfer mode.

This provides the advantages of transferring data at a faster rate which can result in better printer throughput and overall system performance.

The Infoprint 60 can have only one Ethernet adapter installed. If the 10Base2 Ethernet adapter is already installed (feature number 4162) and the 10/100BaseTX Ethernet adapter (feature number 4164/4165) is ordered then the current adapter must be removed. If the printer has 10BaseT Ethernet (feature number 4161) already installed and the 10/100BaseTX feature is ordered, the current feature will stay in the printer but will not be usable.

Limitations: The Ethernet 10/100BaseTX feature is not supported on Infoprint 60s with PCL installed. Therefore, feature numbers 4164/4165 are mutually exclusive with PCL feature numbers 4820/4821 and PCL RPQs 8B4474/8B4475.

Cabling: The cabling must meet specifications in ANSI/IEEE 802.3a, b, c and e. The building cabling must conform to EIA-569 standard, which specifies that the cable should be away from an EMI source. Some excerpts from the standard state minimum distance from:

Transformers and electric motors - 40 in (101.6 cm)

Unshielded power lines of 480 Volts or less or electrical equipment in proximity to open or non-metal pathways - 24 in (61.0 cm)

Power lines enclosed in a grounded metal conduit in proximity to grounded metal conduit pathway - 12 in (30.5 cm)

Fluorescent lighting - 12 in (30.5 cm)
RAM Memory Expansion Features

The memory features are available for field installation by customer engineering. Feature codes 4332 and 4364 are not customer setup features. There are no compatibility conflicts for these feature and they do not require additional cables. These features are available as factory installed features or MESs for field installation.

(#4332) 32MB RAM Memory Expansion for Performance Enhancement
(#4364) 64MB RAM memory Expansion for Performance Enhancement

These features are mutually exclusive of each other. The maximum number orderable for FC #4332 is two. The maximum number orderable to FC #4364 is one.

(#4512) 2000 Sheet Paper Input Bin

The maximum number orderable for this feature is one. This feature provides an additional 2,000 sheet input for the InfoPrint 60. There are no compatibility conflicts for this feature. This feature is available as a factory orderable feature or as an MES for field installation by customer engineering. This is a priced feature code.

(#4555) Variable Size Paper (Plant)

(#4556) Variable Size Paper (Field)

Summary: The Variable Size Paper feature (FC 4555 and 4556) provides added application flexibility for our customers. Customers can now take advantage of printing on any size paper from 7.0 inches (178mm) X 7.48 inches (190mm) up through 11.69 inches (297mm) X 17.0 inches (432mm) in the 500 sheet input trays.
The customer defines their paper sizes to the printer console by using the SETUP/DEFINE FORMS menu. Values may be entered in either inches or millimeters, but units may not be mixed. As with standard sized papers, the paper in the input tray must match the form size selected from the panel.

The customer would also adjust the paper side guide in the 500 sheet input trays. The paper side guide, which is movable to any position between 7.48 inches and 11.69 inches will be adapted to the two 500 sheet input trays for width adjustments.

Technical Description: Enhanced capability to print on any size paper from 7. 0 inches (178mm) X 7.48 inches (190mm) up through 11.69 inches (297mm) X 17.0 inches (432mm) is now offered on the InfoPrint 60 and 3160-001 Advanced Function Printers.

A paper side guide which is movable to any position between 7.48 inches and 11.69 inches will be adapted to the two 500 sheet input trays for width adjustments. A microcode change permits adjustment in the feed direction (or Length) from 7.0 inches to 17.0 inches. The main 2000 sheet input tray offers the same range of length adjustment, but must still use the fixed side guide stops at 8.6 inches (216mm), 10.12 inches (257mm), 11.0 inches (279mm), and 11.69 inches (297mm).

Paper sizes with widths greater then 11.69 inches (297mm) must be rotated in the input tray to print, and the maximum print speed will be 30 ppm. Paper sizes longer than 8.6 inches (218mm) in the feed direction (length) will also print at a maximum of 30 ppm.

Custom paper sizes are defined to the printer through the SETUP/DEFINE FORMS menu on the control panel. Values may be entered in inches or millimeters, but units may not be mixed. The paper size loaded in an input tray must match the form size selected from the panel.

A special feature of the Variable Size Paper feature is the ability to feed and print on notebook divider TABs. When feeding TABs, the paper length may be set from 8.6 inches (218mm) to 15.0 inches (381mm) including the TAB dimension. The TAB itself may be up to .7 inches (18mm) in depth. For example, a typical U.S. notebook divider TAB adds 0.5 inches to 8.5 X 11.0 inch paper for a combined overall size of 9.0 X 11.0 inches.

TABs may be fed and printed on plain Index Tab Stock from 90 to 110 pound weights in the main 2000 sheet input tray or the 500 sheet input trays in Simplex mode only.

Maximum Number of Features: One. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Field Installable: Yes. Cable Order: None.

Limitations: Paper sizes with widths greater then 11.69 inches (297mm) must be rotated in the 500 sheet input tray(s) to print, the maximum speed will be 30 ppm. Paper sizes longer than 8.6 inches (218mm) in length or feed direction will also print at a maximum speed of 30 ppm.

TABs may be fed and printed on plain Index Tab Stock from 90 to 110 pound weights in simplex mode only.

Using the variable size paper feature will affect throughput performance because the printer pauses to clear the paper path prior to picking a new custom size paper.
The effect will be minimal when using a single custom size paper in combination with standard size papers.

When sequencing two or three custom size papers in the same job, throughput performance will vary considerably.
(#4620, #4621) 3000 Sheet Side Stacker

This feature is available as a factory orderable feature (FC #4620) or an an MES for field installation by customer engineering (FC #4621). The maximum number orderable for either of these feature codes is one. The feature codes are mutually exclusive. Either feature code replaces the standard 1500 sheet output stacker with a 3,000 sheet output capacity stacker. These are priced feature codes.

(#4640) Finisher Feature for InfoPrint 60 (Plant)

(#4641) Finisher Feature for InfoPrint 60 (Field)

The InfoPrint 60 printer with the finisher feature can transform your complex print jobs into finished sets including covers and tabs.

The finisher is a multifunctional, intelligent output device with four finishing options:
Stapled sets with multiple stapling options
Saddle stitched sets
Page inserting
Z-folded sheets

The finisher comes with one insert tray and three output trays. You can insert preprinted or blank material such as covers or separator sheets/tabs into finished sets. The three output trays are a 1600 sheet stacker tray, a saddle staple tray and an overflow tray.

You can select the type of Stapling you need:
Up to three staples per document
Corner, side or saddle stapling
Top only; bottom only; top and bottom; or center and bottom

The Finisher is supported on certain releases and versions of the following software: PSF/MVS, PPFA, PSF/400 and InfoPrint Manager.

(#4802) DBCS Font Feature

This feature provides DBCS outline fonts on a 1GB hard drive in the printer. The maximum number orderable for this feature is one. This feature is available as a factory orderable feature or as an MES for field installation by customer engineering. This is a priced feature code.
(#4820, #4821) PCL Feature

IBM Infoprint 60 offers a native PCL datastream feature. The PCL capability is equivalent to the HP PCL 5e support currently available on the IBM 3130 printer.

The PCL Datastream support feature can only be installed on printers having serial numbers at or above those listed below.
Serial numbers 01-40200 - Shipped by ILC Amsterdam (EMEA)
Serial numbers 01-30400 - Shipped by Endicott (US/Canada/LA)
Serial numbers 97-00020 - Shipped by Fujisawa (AP)

Infoprint 60 printers below these serial numbers must install RPQ 8B4472 (Controller Upgrade) as a corequisite.
This feature requires 128 MB of memory. If necessary, install the 64 MB memory upgrade (feature number 4364).
In addition to the above prerequisites, the PCL feature will have the following limitations:
PCL will only be supported on TCP/IP Token-Ring and/or TCP/IP Ethernet attachments.
IPDS is supported on all of the available attachments for the Infoprint 60, but IPDS can only be enabled on one attachment at any given time.

Up to three active attachments can be configured on an Infoprint 60 with this feature as long as one of them is the 10BaseT (Ethernet) attachment. Otherwise, up to two attachments are supported.

Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) is not supported.
This feature is mutually exclusive with:
The Infoprint 60 finisher, feature numbers 4640 and 4641

The Infoprint 60 variable paper size, feature numbers 4555 and 4556 or RPQ 8B4469.

(#9986) 6 Foot (1.8 M) Power Cord

This feature is made available for customers (Chicago) who require a 6 foot (1.8 M) external AC power cord instead of the standard 11 foot (3.35 M) power cord. This is not a customer set-up feature. There are compatibility conflicts for this feature and it does not require additional cables. The maximum number orderable for this feature is one. This feature is available as a factory ordered feature only.

Choosing the right supplies is very important with the IBM InfoPrint 60. For optimum print quality and performance reliability, the use of IBM supplies is recommended. Supplies are purchase-only items. The customer is responsible for ordering and maintaining an adequate stock of supplies. When a customer purchases an InfoPrint 60, an IBM printing specialist should give the customer a list of the alternative ways to order supplies. Additionally, the specialist should advise the customer to order supplies immediately and suggest they establish a supply agreement (many Authorized Supplies Dealers offer supply agreements). A supply agreement usually provides a customer with price discounts, price protection for one year, creation of a shipping schedule and reduces administrative expenses.

Supply Specifications
The approximate average yields are not a warranty or guarantee of minimum life, and are provided to assist in initial supplies planning. Actual usage should be used to establish the supply's life in your environment. Many factors (for example, print coverage per page, paper type and size, machine and environmental conditions) can affect yield.

Warranty for all supplies is one year from the date of purchase stated on the purchase receipt. Supply warranties are only for defects in materials and workmanship at the time of shipment and are not for normal wear and tear. If you believe you are due a warranty return, return the supply in its original package or a package from the replacement supply to the point of purchase with an explanation of the problem and the approximate number of prints run on the supply.

For additional information on ordering supplies, see the IBM InfoPrint 60; 3160 AF Printer Introduction and Planning Guide (G544-5242).

Description Part Number Approximate Average Yield (1)
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Toner P/N 1402680 50,000 impressions/cartridge
Developer Mix P/N 1402681 1,000,000 impressions/bottle
Fuser Unit P/N 1402682 1,000,000 impressions/unit
Cleaner Unit P/N 1402683 300,000-500,000 impressions
Transfer Unit P/N 1402684 1,000,000 impressions/unit
Staples (with 3000 P/N 1402820 5000 staples/cartridge
sheet side stacker) 4 cartridges/carton

(1) Approximate average yield has been established with a coverage of 4%. A supply life range is given for the cleaner unit because its life is very dependent on the specific application.

This feature requires 128 MB of memory. If necessary, install the 64 MB memory upgrade (feature number 4364).