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IBM 4322-001 Printer (Infoprint 21 IP21)

 
 
 
 



Parts

4322-001 Printer
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
4322-001



38L1410 Toner for IBM Infoprint 21 4322-001
New
38L1410 15000 page yield (New)
$133.00




IBM Infoprint 21 (4322-001)

Available in multiple configurations, the Infoprint 21 provides high-quality, reliable print output for small, medium and large enterprises.

Highlights

  • Reliable distributed printing across multiple server platforms, including Microsoft Windows 2000
  • Standard support for Adobe PostScript 3, PCL 5e and PCL 6; optional support for IBM's integrated AFPTM/IPDSTM
  • Ready for e-business applications such as ERP, SCM and e-commerce
  • Lowers cost of business with remote printer management and real-time e-mail and pager alerts
  • Handles both direct and pull printing of PDF, PCL and PostScript files
  • Flexible forms handling, including labels, cardstock and custom forms sizes through primary trays
  • Certified with Microsoft Windows and Novell-Yes
  • ISO 9002/14001 compliant and Euroready*
Powerful versatility
Designed for versatility in complex networking environments, the IBM Infoprint 21 delivers fast and accurate print output at up to 21 pages per minute. The printer includes a 100 MHz IBM PowerPC processor that ensures high performance, even when printing complex documents. Output can be managed from multiple heterogeneous environments, including legacy applications. Prepare for the next generation of computing while you help protect your current investment in systems and software.

Ready for e-business
The Infoprint 21 meets the challenge of Internet business requirements by providing flexibility in accessing and printing documents. With standard Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), print jobs can be submitted over the Internet. The printer's resident Web site enables pull printing, where users provide the web address of PDF, PCL or PostScript files, and the printer access and print them. This saves download and file-print submission time.

Lower operational costs
The Infoprint 21's software solutions can increase user productivity and reduce administrative support costs. Using the printer's internal Web pages and Network Printer ManagerTM (NPM) software, network administrators can easily set up, configure and manage the printer. E-Mail and pager alerts can be sent when the printer needs attention, maximizing up-time. As a result, overall resource consumption and total cost of ownership can be reduced.

Part numberFeature Code
38L1394 4322-001 Duplexer
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1394
$199.00


4402
38L1395 550 sheet 2nd drawer with Tray
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1395
$199.00


4501
38L1396 550 sheet tray only for 4322-001
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1396


4502

4610

4511
38L1399 Rear Paper Exit Face-UpTray (100 sheets)4630
01P5241 Enhanced print kit (FastEthernet and AFP/IPDS)4210
02N6706 4322-001 Ethernet Adapter
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
02N6706
$190.00


4820
38L1401 10/100 ethernet for Infoprint ip21 4322-001
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1401
$272.00


4162
02N6722 4322-001 IPDS card
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
02N6722
$89.00


38L1404 IPDS SIMM for Infoprint 21
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1404
$173.00



38L14004120
38L1402 Twinax card for Infoprint 21
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1402


4141
38L1403 Coax Interface4171
6952301 6' Line Cord (Chicago)9250
38L1409 Parallel Cable (3 meters type C connector)4180
38L1405 32MB Memory for Infoprint 21
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1405
$19.00


4332
38L1406 64MB Memory DIMM 4322-001
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1406
$56.00


4364
38L1407 128mb ram for InfoPrint
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
38L1407


4390
02N6434 4 MB Resource StorageCompact Flash4030
38L1408 Hard Drive4328

IBM Infoprint 21 Printer at a glance
Print Speed/Usage1
Up to 21 pages per minute (ppm); Up to 100,000 pages per month
Resolution
1200 x 1200 dpi at rated speed (up to 21 ppm) and 600 x 600 dpi
Memory2
32MB standard/256MB maximum (using 32MB, 64MB and 128MB SDRAM DIMMs) Optional: 4MB resource storage CompactFlash and high-capacity Hard Drive
Processor
100 MHz IBM PowerPC 603e with graphic co-processors utilizing a 64-bit 66MHz bus Processing power: SPEC int92=120 and SPECfp92=105
Paper Handling
Standard input capacity
Primary tray: up to 550 sheets/85 envelopes; Auxiliary tray: up to 100 sheets/ 10 envelopes
Optional input capacity
Up to two additional 550-sheet trays (maximum 5 input sources3 and 1,750 sheets)
Standard output capacity
500-sheet top exit bin with bin full sensing
Optional output capacity
500-sheet offset jogging stacker; 100-sheet face-up rear paper exit tray
Other options
Duplex for two-sided printing; 75-envelope feeder
Media Sizes
Letter (8.5 x 11"); Legal (8.5 x 14"); Folio (8.5 x 13"); Executive (7.25 x 10.5"); Statement (5.5 x 8.5"); Index card (3 x 5"); A4 (210 x 297mm); A5 (148 x 210mm); B5-ISO (176 x 250mm); B5-JIS (182 x 257mm); Japanese postcard Hagaki (100 x 148mm); Custom forms sizes from 3" x 5" (76.2 x 127mm) to 8.5" x 14" (215.9 x 355.6mm); Envelopes: Commercial #10, Monarch, C5 and DL
Media Types/Weights
Copier/xerographic papers: 16 to 28 lbs. (60 to 105 gsm) Cardstock:16 to 133 lbs.(60 to 216 gsm); Labels: 60 to 216 gsm; Envelopes: 16 to 28 lbs. (60 to 105 gsm) Transparencies: 0.0039" to 0.0045" clear film for laser printers and copiers
Server Platform Support
S/390 (G5, G6 Parallel Enterprise Servers and Multiprise 3000); AS/400eTM servers; RS/6000 servers/workstations; Netfinity ; NUMA-Q ; IntelliStation ; Network Stations; ThinkPad , Aptiva , PC Servers and IBM compatibles
Printer Attachments
Bi-directional parallel (IEEE, 1284, type C connector) and 1 Network Interface Card (NIC)slot
Optional NICs:
Fast Ethernet 10/100BaseTX (RJ-45); Token-Ring 4/16 UTP/STP (RJ-45 and 9 pin); Twinaxial: AS/400e servers including 5394 and 5494 Remote Control Units; Coaxial: S/390 server support including 3174 Establishment Controllers
Printer Drivers
Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows 95/98 and Windows NT 4.0, IBM OS/2 v3.0 and v4.0, IBM AIX 4.1+, Mac OS 8.0+, Linux, Sun Solaris 2.5+, SCO-UNIX 3.0/5.0, HP-UX 10.0x/11.0x and OS/400 Workstation Customization Object
Network Environment
Microsoft Windows 2000 (TCP/IP and NetBIOS), Windows NT 4.0 (TCP/IP and NetBIOS), Windows 95/98 (TCP/IP and NetBIOS), Novell NetWare (IPX/SPX and TCP/IP), Mac OS (AppleTalk, EtherTalk and TokenTalk), IBM OS/2 Warp (NetBIOS and TCP/IP), AIX (TCP/IP),HP-UX (TCP/IP), Sun Solaris (TCP/IP), SCO-UNIX (TCP/IP) and OS/400 (TCP/IP)
Software Solutions
Network Printer Manager for Windows; TCP/IP Net work Port Monitor for Windows 2000/NT 4.0 Infoprint Manager for Windows NT/2000 and AIX, PSFTM for OS/390 , PSF/VSE and PSF/VM PSF/400, AFPTM PrintSuite for AS/400 and AFP Utilities for AS/400 Infoprint Server (OS/390 Print Server: IP PrintWayTM and NetSpoolTM) Internet Printing Protocol (IPP); Internal Printer Web Site including support for Web-Ready printing: Direct print and Web pull printing (PDF, PCL and PostScript files) LPR Remote Printing Client Utility for Windows & Network Printer Resource Utility
Physical Characteristics
Base model:
Depth:17.3"/439mm; Height:16.0"/406mm; Width:16.6"/422mm; Weight:57.0lb./25.9kg
Fully configured:
Depth:23.8"/605mm; Height:31.8"/807mm; Width:16.6"/422mm; Weight:111lb./50.5kg
Power Requirements
Low voltage: 100 - 127V, 50/60 Hz; High voltage: 220 - 240V, 50/60 Hz
Environmental Conditions
Relative Humidity: 15% to 85% RH ; Acoustics: 49.5 dBA (operating), 0 dBA (idle) ; Operating Temperature: 50 to 90 F (10 to 32 C)
Supplies4
UltraFine Toner Cartridge: Yield up to 15,000 pages at 5% coverage. Yield up to 30,000 pages using IBM toner savings technology mode
1 This figure represents a maximum monthly printing rate. IBM does not recommend printing this monthly maximum on a consistent basis.
2 Additional memory may be required depending on printer configuration and print job complexity.
3 The 5th input source includes the 75-envelope feeder.
4 Yields tested to International Data Corporation's (IDC) "Cost Per Page and Page Coverage Standard for Monochrome Laser Printers".

The e-business output of today requires instantaneous delivery, global data access, security, and individualized content. The IBM Infoprint 21 is a key component to help you achieve the transformation of your business to become more competitive and win in the marketplace.

The Infoprint 21 features include:

  • High performance controller technology with IBM PowerPC processor
  • IBM's integrated AFP/IPDS option available
  • Standard 650 total sheets input/500 sheets top paper exit
  • Optional duplex for two-sided printing
  • Optional 2-550 sheet input trays and 500 sheet offset jogging bin

Description

Other highlights of Infoprint 21 include:

  • Designed and integrated with IBM server platforms with robust data stream support: PCL, PostScript, Advanced Function Presentation/ Intelligent Printer Data Stream (AFP/IPDS)
  • High performance controller technology utilizing the powerful IBM PowerPC RISC processor
    • Memory 32 MB standard, expandable to 256 MB
    • Optional hard drive for print spooling, resource storage and RePro feature
    • External Compact Flash slot for resource storage
    • Network interface slot for optional attachment card: Fast Ethernet, Token-Ring, Twinax, Coax
  • IBM's integrated AFP/IPDS option available
  • Excellent print quality: True 1200 x 1200 DPI output at up to rated speed (21 PPM)
  • Flexible paper handling features
    • Standard 650 total sheets input/500 sheets top paper exit
    • Optional duplex for two-sided printing
    • Optional 2-550 sheet input trays and 500 sheet offset jogging bin
  • IBM toner savings technology reduces supply costs while maintaining usable output quality
  • Web ready print - Internal Web site support for printer status, set- up/configuration and Internet print submission
  • SNMP printer support including Industry standard Printer MIB and Job MIB

The Infoprint 21 is a 21 PPM laser printer designed for small to medium sized workgroups. Benefits and capabilities of the printer are described below.

High Performance Controller

Infoprint 21 uses the IBM high performance controller with a 100 MHz PowerPC 603e processor, IBM printer co-processor and an internal 64 bit data bus, 32 bit address bus running at 66 MHz. It has a Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Bus for a Network Interface Card (NIC) and a hard drive. The processing power of the IBM PowerPC 603e processor is shown in the table below.

                       IBM 100 MHz
Processing Power PowerPC 603e
---------------- ------------
SPECint92 120
SPECfp92 105

Benefits of the Infoprint 21 controller include:

  • Flash memory to support printer code upgrade.
  • Web support for printing Internet formatted files and embedded Web server for configuration status.
  • Advanced IBM Print Quality Enhancement (PQE) algorithm for enhanced 1200 DPI print quality without additional memory.

Memory

  • 32 MB SDRAM Standard.
  • Two memory slots that support any combination of 32 MB to 128 MB memory DIMMs for a maximum of 256 MB of SDRAM memory. Memory upgrades may require removal of the 32 MB memory DIMM that comes standard.
  • Memory features include:
    • 32 MB Memory DIMM (feature number 4332, P/N 38L1405)
    • 64 MB Memory DIMM (feature number 4364, P/N 38L1406)
    • 128 MB Memory DIMM (feature number 4390, P/N 38L1407)

Infoprint 21 supports full page processing so there is little chance of data loss due to page compression.

Optional features of the controller include:

  • AFP/IPDS (feature number 4820, P/N 38L1404)

    This option gives Infoprint 21 integrated support for IBM's AFP/IPDS in SBCS (single byte) mode. It is installed in an internal slot on the controller. A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre-requisites for this feature.

  • AFP/IPDS Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) Resource Hard Drive (feature number 4850, P/N 02N8565)

    AFP/IPDS DBCS support is available using this hard drive feature. All the other functions supported by the hard drive are also supported (see Hard Drive description below).

    Only one of these can be installed and the AFP/IPDS (feature number 4820, P/N 38L1404) is a pre-requisite. This feature is mutually exclusive with the hard drive (feature number 4328, P/N 38L1408. This hard drive feature cannot be shipped installed in the printer and must be installed at the customer site.

  • Resource Flash Memory Module (feature number 4030, P/N 02N6434)

    This optional resource flash memory module with a capacity of 4 MB or more allows PCL fonts, PCL macros, PostScript fonts, PostScript macros and DBCS fonts to be downloaded and temporarily stored using the Network Printer Resource Utility (NPRU).

    A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre- requisites for this feature. This feature is mutually exclusive with the Japanese PostScript DBCS Font Module (feature number 4010, P/N 02N8571), standard on Model 003 (Japan) and SEMEA PCL Font Module (feature number 4830, P/N 02N8574).

  • Hard Drive (feature number 4328, P/N 38L1408)

    PCL fonts, PCL macros, PostScript fonts, PostScript macros and DBCS fonts may be downloaded and permanently stored on the hard drive using NPRU. Fonts and macros may be individually deleted from the hard drive. Infoprint 21 supports direct printing of PDF files only when a hard drive is installed.

    A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre- requisites for this feature. This feature is mutually exclusive with the AFP/IPDS DBCS Resource Hard Drive (feature number 4850, P/N 02N8565. This hard drive features cannot be shipped installed in the printer and must be installed at the customer site.

  • Enhanced Print Kit (feature number 4210, P/N 01P5241)

    This feature, intended for AS/400 customers, contains the IBM Ethernet 10/100 adapter and the AFP/IPDS Module.

    A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre- requisites for this feature. This feature is mutually exclusive with the AFP/IPDS Module (feature number 4820, P/N 38L1404) and the IBM Ethernet 10/100 Adapter (feature number 4162, P/N 38L1401).

  • Japanese PostScript (PS) DBCS Font Module (feature number 4810, P/N 02N8571)

    This optional font module contains Japanese DBCS for PostScript. A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre-requisites for this feature. This feature is mutually exclusive with the Resource Flash Memory Module (feature number 4030, P/N 02N6434) and SEMEA PCL Font Module (feature number 4830, P/N 02N8574).

  • SEMEA PCL Font Module (feature number 4830, P/N 02N8574)

    This optional font module contains Arabic, Greek, Hebrew and Cyrillic PCL fonts. A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre-requisites for this feature. This feature is mutually exclusive with the Resource Flash Memory Module (feature number 4030, P/N 02N6434) and Japanese PostScript DBCS Font Module (feature number 4810, P/N 02N8571).

Other benefits of the controller include:

  • RePro

    Infoprint 21 has a reproduction or "RePro" capability for generating multiple original copies of a document. This "RIP Once/Print Many" capability eases network traffic, improves performance for complex jobs, generates high quality output copies and reduces costs.

    Repro capability is supported using the standard RAMDISK function when either 96 MB or more memory is installed or the hard drive is installed.

  • Spooling

    When an optional hard disk is installed, incoming print jobs can be spooled onto the hard disk if the printer is busy. Other types of jobs, such as PDF files, must be spooled because they cannot start printing until the entire job is received.

Printer System Attachment Interfaces

Infoprint 21 supports up to two simultaneously active interfaces.

  • IEEE 1284 Parallel Interface (Level II electronics, with a Type C connector) is standard on the printer
    • Supports compatibility mode, reverse transform, nibble mode, and ECP mode.
    • Microsoft Plug and Play Compatibility
    • An IEEE 1284 Printer Cable is available (feature number 4180, P/N 38L1409).
  • One optional interface slot with the following options:
    • Ethernet interface using the IBM Ethernet 10/100 Adapter (feature number 4162, P/N 38L1401).
    • Token-Ring interface using the IBM Token-Ring 4/16 Adapter (feature number 4120, P/N 38L1400).
    • Twinax interface using the IBM Twinax SCS Interface (feature number 4141, P/N 38L1402).
    • Coaxial interface using the IBM Coax SCS Interface (feature number 4171, P/N 38L1403).

      These four features are mutually exclusive and there are no prerequisites for these features. Only one of these features may be installed per printer.

Paper Handling

The maximum monthly usage for Infoprint 21 is up to 100,000 impressions. IBM does not recommend printing to this monthly maximum on a consistent basis.

  • Paper Capacities

    Input capacities in sheets for typical 20# bond paper

                 Standard     Optional     Optional     Total
Aux. Tray Tray 2nd Tray 3rd Tray Capacity
--------- -------- -------- -------- --------
100 550 650
550 1200
550 1750

Output capacities in sheets for typical 20# bond paper (1)

                              Optional     Optional
Standard Face-Up Offset Total
Output Output Output Capacity
-------- -------- -------- --------
500 500
100 600
500 1000

Note:(1) Output bins cannot be linked for high capacity stacking.

  • Paper Handling Options
    • 550-sheet paper tray

      This is the standard paper tray shipped with the printer.

    • 550-sheet paper tray (feature number 4502, P/N 38L1396)

      Order this option to stock extra trays. See the table of supported paper sizes in the input trays on previous pages. The paper trays have a visual gauge for the amount of paper available. There is no limit to the number of these that can be ordered and there are no pre-requisites for this feature.

    • Paper Drawers with trays (feature number 4501, P/N 38L1395)

      Up to two additional paper drawers, with 550-sheet trays, may be added for a maximum of three drawers total per printer. See the table of supported paper sizes in the input trays on previous pages. Infoprint 21 provides automatic input tray linking based on matching of media type and size between the input trays. The paper trays have a visual gauge for the amount of paper available. There is no pre-requisite for this feature.

    • Duplex (feature number 4402, P/N 38L1394)

      Optional duplex feature for two-sided copies. A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre-requisites for this feature.

    • Envelope Feeder (feature number 4511, P/N 38L1397)

      Up to 75 envelope capacity. See the table of supported paper sizes in the input trays on previous pages. A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre-requisites for this feature.

    • 500-sheet Offset Paper Output (feature number 4610, P/N 38L1398)

      This optional face-down paper output increases the output capacity by 500 sheets and allows offsetting of print jobs. A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre-requisites for this feature.

    • Face-Up Paper Output (feature number 4630, P/N 38L1399)

      This optional Face-Up Paper Output has up to 100 sheet capacity. It is not selectable by the operator panel or the datastream but has a mechanical gate that is activated at the printer. Duplexing is not supported when the Face-Up Output tray is operational. A maximum of one of these can be installed and there are no pre-requisites for this feature.



Product Positioning

Infoprint 21 is intended to replace the IBM Network printer 17 in the IBM Workgroup Printer product line. Its primary market is the Distributed Mission Critical, general office and Reprographics. Its secondary market is Books, 1:1 Marketing and Direct Mail (proof printer).

Infoprint 21 is designed to meet the printing needs of a variety of networks including Novell NetWare**, IBM LAN Server, Windows** NT, Windows 2000 and TCP/IP networks such as IBM AIX (requires optional Token-Ring or Ethernet/Fast Ethernet network cards). It can also be used with the AS/400 as a twinax attached printer (requires optional twinax interface) or with mainframe systems as a coax attached printer (requires optional coax interface).

Infoprint 21 benefits include:

  • Workgroup printing with a maximum print speed of 21 PPM vs 17 PPM for NP17
  • Larger input tray capacity than NP17
  • PCL 6 (PCL XL)**, PCL 5e, and Adobe PostScript 3** come standard
  • IBM's AFP/IPDS (SBCS and DBCS) features are available
  • Powerful IBM PowerPC RISC processor and image co-processor
  • 32 MB of memory standard, expandable to 256 MB
  • Optional hard disk for print buffering, resource storage and RePro feature
  • Enhanced 1200 dpi at rated speed
  • IBM's unique Refine print quality mode
  • Paper Handling features:
    • 500 sheet output bin standard
    • Optional duplex unit
    • Optional 500 sheet output bin with offset stacking
    • 100 sheet auxiliary tray
    • Custom paper size support
    • Up to 2 additional 550 sheet input trays available
    • Optional envelope feeder
  • Econo setting for toner savings
  • Internal Web support for status, configuration and Internet print submission
  • SNMP Printer and Job MIB
Model Summary Matrix
Model      Volts      Hz.
----- ------- -----
001 100-127 50/60

Performance Specifications

The minimum engine first print out time is 12.0 seconds.

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. From the time power is turned on until "READY" state is reached is approximately 60 seconds.

If a second print job is sent within 90 seconds of the start of the first job, then the minimum engine first print out time is: 9.5 seconds.

The maximum rated engine speeds are as follows (Impressions Per Minute).

                            Tray 1      Tray 2      Tray 3    Aux. Tray
---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
Paper Size Simp. Dup. Simp. Dup. Simp. Dup. Simp. Dup.
---------- ----- ---- ----- ---- ----- ---- ----- ----
Letter (8.5" x 11") SEF 21.0 14.6 21.0 14.6 21.0 14.6 21.0 14.6
A4 (210 x 297 mm) 20.0 14.0 20.0 14.0 19.9 13.8 20.0 14.0

Note:Selection of a heavy media type in the printer driver automatically adjusts print speed and fuser temperature for best printing on the specific media. Card or label selection produces 14-17 PPM. Envelope selection produces 14 PPM for the first 20 continuous envelopes and 9 PPM thereafter. Transparency selection produces 14 PPM.

Media Supported

  • The following paper sizes/media types are supported in the input trays (see note 1):
                                Aux.    Trays         Envelope    Duplex
Paper Size (2) 1, 2, 3 (3) Feeder(4)
---------- ----- ----------- --------- -------
A4 (210 x 297 mm) SEF Yes Yes No Yes
Letter (8.5" x 11") SEF Yes Yes No Yes
A5 (148 x 210 mm) SEF Yes Yes No No
B5-JIS (182 x 257 mm) SEF Yes Yes No Yes
B5-ISO (176 x 250 mm) SEF Yes Yes (5) No No
Legal 13 (8.5" x 13") SEF Yes Yes No Yes
Legal (8.5" x 14") SEF Yes Yes No Yes
Executive (7.25" x 10.5") SEF Yes Yes No Yes
Index (3" x 5") SEF Yes No No No
Statement (5.5" x 8.5") SEF Yes Yes (5) No No
HAGAKI (100 x 148 mm) LEF Yes Yes (5) Yes No
Commercial #10 Env.
(4.125" x 9.5") SEF Yes Yes (5) Yes No
C5 Envelope (169 x 229 mm) SEF Yes Yes (5) Yes No
DL Envelope (110 x 220 mm) SEF Yes Yes (5) Yes No
Monarch Env. Yes Yes (5) Yes No
(3.88" x 7.5") SEF
Transparencies Yes Yes No No
Labels & Special Media Yes Yes No No
Custom (5) Yes Yes Yes Yes

Note:(1) Some print media, although they may conform to size and weight specifications, may still not perform to your expectations. Print quality, jam rates, fuser lif/be and output stacking can be affected by the printing environment (temperature and humidity) and characteristics of the paper (structure, moisture content, smoothness and thickness); refer to IBM Document G544-3915 for paper specifications. 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.

Note:(2)

  • 11.5 mm maximum stack height.
  • Up to 100 sheets copier/xerographic paper (20lb.).
  • Up to 30 postcards.
  • Up to 10 envelopes.
  • Up to 30 transparencies.
  • Up to 30 label sheets.

Note:(3)

  • 60 mm maximum stack height.
  • Up to 550 sheets of copier/xerographic paper (20lb).

Note:(4)

  • 24.0 mm maximum stack height.
  • Up to 75 Com. #10 envelopes
  • Up to 75 Monarch envelopes
  • Up to 75 DL envelopes.
  • Up to 50 C5 envelopes
  • Up to 100 HAGAKI envelopes
  • Up to 100 Postcards

Note:(5) Supported if printer is in Custom mode. Custom mode supports variable paper sizes as shown below:

           Trays 1/2/3 Simplex    98.4 x 148.9 mm minimum size
215.9 x 355.6 mm maximum size

Trays 1/2/3 Duplex 182.0 x 257.0 mm minimum size
215.9 x 355.6 mm maximum size

Envelope Feeder 98.4 x 148.5 mm minimum size
178.0 x 254.0 mm maximum size

Auxiliary Tray 76.2 x 127.0 mm minimum size
215.9 x 355.6 mm maximum size

When Custom mode is detected by Infoprint 21, size mismatch is disabled and the paper is processed as if it were 431.8 mm long (17 PPM simplex/12 PPM duplex).

  • All input paper sizes/media types are stacked in any of the three paper outputs, main output, 500-sheet offset and face-up paper output.
  • Blank page suppression is supported for PCL 6 (PCL XL), 5e, and Postscript data streams.
  • Media Types Supported (1) (2):
Media Type            Auxiliary Tray   Trays #1, 2, 3   Envelope Feeder
------------------- -------------- -------------- ---------------
Copier/Xerographic 16 - 28 lb. 16 - 28 lb. Not recommended
(60 - 105 gsm) (60 - 105 gsm)

Card Stock 16 - 133 lb. 16 - 133 lb. Not recommended
(60 - 216 gsm) (60 - 216 gsm)

Labels 16 - 80 lb. 16 - 80 lb. Not recommended
(60 - 216 gsm) (60 - 216 gsm)

Transparencies (3) .0039" - .0045" .0039" - .0045" Not recommended
(.099 - .114mm) (.099 - .114mm)

Envelopes 16 - 28 lb. 16 - 28 lb. 16 - 28 lb.
(60 - 105 gsm) (60 - 105 gsm) (60 - 105 gsm)

Recycled Paper Yes (4) Yes (4) Not recommended

Pre-Punched Paper Yes (4) Yes (4) Not recommended
(e.g. 3 hole punch)

Note:(1) Some print media, although they may conform to size and weight specifications, may 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); refer to IBM Document G544-3915 for general guideline specifications. 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.

Note:(2) Duplex media supported only up to 28 lb. (105 gsm).

Note:(3) Clear transparent film for laser printers or plain copiers is recommended.

Note:(4) Supports the same weights as Copier/Xerographic media.

Memory Requirements

Minimum Memory requirements are as follows (supports both SBCS and DBCS):

Models 001, 002, 003
PCL & PostScript
----------------
600 DPI & 1200 DPI Enhanced Mode 1200 x 1200 DPI
-------------------------------- -----------------
Simplex Duplex Simplex Duplex
------- ------ ------- ------
32 MB 32 MB 64 MB 96 MB

PCL, PostScript & AFP/IPDS SBCS (1) (2)
-------------------------------
600 DPI & 1200 DPI Enhanced Mode 1200 x 1200 DPI
-------------------------------- ---------------
Simplex Duplex Simplex Duplex
------- ------ ------- ------
64 MB 64 MB 64 MB 96 MB

PCL, PostScript & AFP/IPDS DBCS (1) (2)
-------------------------------
600 DPI & 1200 DPI Enhanced Mode 1200 x 1200 DPI
-------------------------------- ---------------
Simplex Duplex Simplex Duplex
------- ------ ------- ------
96 MB 96 MB 96 MB 96 MB

Note:(1) AFP/IPDS does not support 1200 DPI printing. In order to specify AFP/IPDS Resolution support for 240, 600 or auto, the AFP/IPDS Print Mode must be set to Enhanced Mode (optimal print fidelity). In this print mode, complex (full page) image jobs may not yield optimal print performance, due to the increased print fidelity required to accurately render 240 and 600 DPI print objects. The AFP/IPDS Resolution of 240 DPI enhancement was provided to support customer legacy applications that use 240 DPI font, overlay and page segment resource libraries.

Note:(2) The AFP/IPDS menu items for overlay cache and print mode are provided to allow performance optimization for complex image jobs. Use of these modes MAY require additional memory to achieve optimal performance. As with all mixes of jobs, memory utilization may vary based on number of jobs, job complexity and resource requirements.

Print Quality

Infoprint 21 supports three high quality print resolutions: 600 x 600, 1200 x 1200 and 1200 DPI enhanced quality mode.

The 1200 DPI enhanced quality mode is IBM's advanced technology algorithm that delivers superior image quality especially with images. This mode supplies 1200 x 1200 DPI print quality without the need for additional memory or processing that true 1200 x 1200 DPI output requires. The Infoprint 21 uses this enhanced mode as the default print quality mode. The printer also supports true 1200 x 1200 DPI at up to rated speed, 21 PPM.

Infoprint 21 supports "Edge-to-edge" printing for all data streams and it may be required for legacy applications. If edge-to-edge printing is required, it is recommended that testing be performed to verify the print quality is acceptable. Edge-to-edge printing is supported to within 4 mm of the edge of the paper for the simplex side and 6 mm for the duplex side. The edge print quality degrades as the print approaches the edges and is not recommended for non-edge-to-edge printing applications.

Infoprint 21 supports 256 levels of gray for PostScript and PCL 6.

The print quality enhancements designed using IBM's advanced technology generates output quality using a knowledge based algorithm that maximizes end-user eye quality perception. The is accomplished using a state of the art data manipulation technique to optimize the toner particle placement.

AFP/IPDS has up to 32 levels of gray supported. The default resolution for Twinax and Coax SCS is 600 DPI regardless of the resolution setting. The printer will convert 240/300 DPI AFP/IPDS to 600 DPI.

IBM's toner saving technology, Econo mode will reduce toner usage while maintaining usable print output. It will increase the yield of the print cartridge up to two times by reducing the amount of toner placed on the printed page and significantly lowering the total supplies costs.

Operator Panel

Infoprint 21 has a simplified operator panel with scrolling capability. It consists of 8 keys, 4 LED status indicators and a 2 x 16 character display. The scrolling of text messages offers enhanced information for the operator.

The 8 keys consist of the following:

  • Online - used to take printer online or offline.
  • Enter - used to select an action item or menu item value.
  • Menu (up/down) - used to scroll up or down through menus.
  • Item (up/down) - used to scroll up or down through menu items listed in the message display area.
  • Value (+/-) - used to scroll up or down through acceptable values for menu items.

The 4 LED Status Indicators are:

  • Online - on when printer is online or idle, blinking when printer is receiving or processing data.
  • Paper - on when paper tray is low or empty.
  • Toner - on when toner supply is low.
  • Attention - blinking when printer requires attention.

Printer status, intervention conditions, and menu items may be displayed. Operator panel functions include:

  • Print Quality (including density)
  • Cancel current job being printed
  • Offline Printouts
    • PCL, PostScript, or AFP/IPDS font lists
    • Network Configuration
    • Printer Configuration
    • SCS character set list
  • Change language display
  • Configure network protocols

Agency Approvals

  • US/Canada
    • FCC part 15 Subpart B
      • Class B statements only true for parallel attachment with IEEE 1284 recommended cable. Other attachments are class A.
    • UL 1950 3nd Edition, by a National Recognized Test Lab (NRTL)
    • CSA C22.2 #950-M95, 3rd Edition by a NRTL
    • FDA 21 CRF Chapter 1, Subchapter J, Section 1010, 1040 (Laser Safety Requirement)
    • CDRH Class 1 Laser Product
  • Latin America
    • NOM Voltage Compliance (Mexico)
  • EMEA
    • CB Report with all national deviations "TO EN 60950 WITH AMENDMENTS 1, 2, 3, AND 4"
    • IEC950 2nd Edition, A1/A2/A3/A4 by a NTRL (VDE or TUV)
    • IEC825 Class I Laser Product (Laser Safety Requirements)
    • CE Mark (CE Directive)
    • Nordic Agency Approvals
    • GS mark for Germany by VDE or TUV
    • EN55022(CISPR Publication 22), Class B
    • GOST FOR RUSSIA
      • Class B statements only true for parallel attachment with IEEE 1284 recommended cable. Other attachments are class A.
  • Japan
    • VCCI Information Processing Equipment
      • Class B statements only true for parallel attachment with IEEE 1284 recommended cable. Other attachments are class A.
  • China
    • CCIB (China) "CB REPORT MUST INCLUDE IBM AS APPLICANT AND THE IBM MODEL/TYPE"
    • Taiwan EMC
      • Class B statements only true for parallel attachment with IEEE 1284 recommended cable. Other attachments are class A.
    • China EMC
      • Class B statements only true for parallel attachment with IEEE 1284 recommended cable. Other attachments are class A.

Certifications

  • Microsoft Logo (PostScript and PCL)
  • Adobe PostScript 3
  • Novell NetWare
  • U.S. Postal Barcode (PostNet)
  • IBM OS/2 (PostScript only)
  • EuroReady
  • Energy Star Compliance

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

Host Systems Supported

Infoprint 21 supports the following host systems:

  • The Infoprint 21 parallel port interface (Level II electronics, with a type C connector) will attach to any device with a IEEE 1284 parallel port. IBM devices that Infoprint 21 will attach to include:
    • IBM Personal Computers
    • IBM Aptiva*
    • IBM ThinkPad*
    • IBM IntelliStation, the professional Windows NT based workstations
    • IBM Network Stations, IBM's Thin-client family
    • RS/6000* workstations
  • AS/400 Systems
    • AS/400e Servers
    • AS/400e Systems
    • AS/400 Advanced Series
    • 5394/5494 Remote Control Units
  • Enterprise Servers
    • Netfinity Servers
    • S/390
      • G5, G6 Parallel Enterprise Servers
      • Multiprise Servers
      • Integrated Servers
      • 3174 Control Units
      • ES/9000
  • IBM/Sequent NUMA-Q Servers

Software

Attachments

Attachment/Operating System Support

Physical      Protocol    Operating System (1)
--------- -------- ----------------
Parallel Windows 95/98, NT 4.0, Windows 2000,
(IEEE 1284) AIX 4.1 and higher,
OS/2 v3.0, v4.0
Sun Solaris 2.5 and higher,
HP-UX 10, HP-UX 11
SCO UNIX 3, SCO UNIX 5
OS/400 (R) 3.2 HPT Facility
LAN IPX/SPX Novell NetWare 3.1, 3.11, 3.12, 4.0, 4.01, 4.1,
(IEEE 802.3/.5) 4.11, 5.0, 3.12J, 4.11J
TCP/IP Novell NetWare 5.0
Windows 95/98, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000
OS/2 v3.0, v4.0
AIX 4.03 and higher
OS/400 3.2, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 (2)
Sun Solaris 2.5 and higher
HP-UX 10, HP-UX 11
SCO-UNIX 3, SCO-UNIX 5
PSF for AIX 2.1
Infoprint Manager for AIX 3.1
Infoprint Manager for Windows NT & Windows
2000 1.1
PSF for OS/390 V3.1.0
PSF/400 3.2, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4
Linux
NETBIOS/ Windows 95/98, NT 4.0, OS/2 v3.0, v4.0
NETBEUI
IEEE 802.3 EtherTalk* Apple System 8.0 and higher
KanjiTalk 8.0 and higher
IEEE 802.5 TokenTalk* Apple* System 8.0 and higher
KanjiTalk 8.0 and higher

Note:(1) Windows 2000 drivers will be available on the Web after GA.

Note:(2) The printer will support OS/400 versions 3.2, 4.1 until they are withdrawn from service.

                Optional Coax Interface
-----------------------
Data Stream Operating System
----------- -----------------------------------
AFP/IPDS PSF/MVS 3.1
AFP/IPDS PSF/MVS 2.2 (2.1.x is out of service)
AFP/IPDS PSF/VSE 2.2.1
AFP/IPDS PSF/VM 2.1.1, 2.1.0 + maintenance
AFP/IPDS GDDM 2.3
SCS, DSC, DSE GDDM 2.3
AFP/IPDS VM RSCS 2.2
SCS, DSC, DSE VM RSCS 2.2
SCS, DSC, DSE JES328X 2.0
SCS, DSC, DSE VTAM
SCS CICS/MVS
SCS CICS/VSE

Optional Twinax Interface
-------------------------

Data Stream Operating System
----------- ----------------
AFP/IPDS PSF/400 3.2
SCS OS/400 3.2 (1)
SCS, AFP/IPDS SSP Rel. 7.1

Note:(1) The printer will support OS/400 version 3.2 until it is withdrawn from service.

IBM OS/400 ASCII Printer Support

Infoprint 21 is supported as an ASCII (PCL) printer via a Workstation Customization Object under the Host Print Transform (HPT) facility of OS/400 V3.2 and higher.

HPT transforms the AFPDS or SCS data stream to ASCII for printing to AS/400 ASCII printers. ASCII printers can be attached using emulator products with a parallel attached printer including:

  • PC or PS/2 running the IBM enhanced 5250 emulation program
  • PC or PS/2 running PC Support/400 or Client Access/400
  • Infowindow II displays (3477/3487)

The ASCII data stream can also be sent to this printer when attached directly 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.

    Information APAR II03291 describes the PTFs required in V4R3 and V4R4 to use this driver. Availability of the PTFs are 06/30/2000 for V4R3 and 07/31/2000 for V4R4.

  • 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

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**
  • 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.

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 (optional)

  • Japanese
    • Heisei Mincho (W3)**
    • Heisei Kaku Gothic (W5)**

Printer Drivers

The following drivers are available:

                                            Languages
Platform (1) Data Stream EN FR IT GR SP BP DU JP# SC# TC# RUS PO HU
-------------- ----------- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- --- --- -- --
Windows 95/98 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 95/98 PCL 6/5e X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Windows NT 4.0 PCL 6/5e X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Windows 2000 PCL 6/5e X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Mac OS 8.0+ PS 3 X X X X X X X X
OS/2 v3.0, v4.0 PS 2 X X X X X X X X
AIX 4.1+ PS 3/PCL 5e X X X X X X
Sun Solaris 2.5+ PS 3/PCL 5e X X X X X X
SCO UNIX 3.0/5.0 PS 3/PCL 5e X X X X X X
HP-UX 10.0x/11.0x PS 3/PCL 5e X X X X X X
Linux PS 2 X X X X X X

# DBCS
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

Note:(1) Windows 2000 will be available on the Web at GA.

Printer Utilities

Network Printer Resource Utility (NPRU)

Network Printer Resource Utility (NPRU) is an application that 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 NPRU inventory, it can be downloaded to RAM or optional compact flash or optional hard drive.

The font formats supported are PCL Intellifonts, TrueType and PostScript Type 1. Fonts and overlays that are downloaded are available to workstation applications when the network printer drivers are selected. NPRU is a separate program that uses the printer drivers to download. It is supported for:

    Operating System                 Data Stream
---------------- -----------
OS/2 PostScript 2
Windows 95/98 PCL 5e


Japanese (DBCS) PostScript CID Keyed fonts are also supported by
NPRU for:

OS/2 J PostScript 2

Some drivers offer font and overlay download capability in the driver. See table below. The font formats supported are PCL Intellifonts and PostScript Type 1. Fonts and overlays that are downloaded are available to workstation applications when the network printer drivers are selected. NPRU is a separate program that uses the printer drivers to download.

    Operating System                 Data Stream
---------------- -----------
AIX 4.03 and higher PCL 5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)
Sun Solaris 2.5 and higher PCL 5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)
SCO UNIX 3, SCO UNIX 5 PCL 5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)
HP-UX 10, HP-UX 11 PCL 5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)

Note:(1) Download of truetype fonts is not currently supported.

IBM Network Printer Manager (NPM) for Windows Utility

IBM provides the Network Printer Manager (NPM) Utility with an easy- to-use graphical interface for network administrators. Infoprint 21 is supported on NPM version 4. NPM runs on Microsoft 95/98/NT platforms.

Network administrators can set-up e-mail or pager notifications for Infoprint 21. 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.

NPM helps users install and configure IBM network printers in LANs, including Novell networks (Bindery and NDS). NPM 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 NPM include:

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

NPM uses the following protocols:

Client Operating   Control           Configurable
Systems Protocols Protocols
---------------- --------------- -----------------------------------
Windows 95/98/NT TCP/IP, IPX/SPX TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, NetBios
TCP/IP Network Port Monitor Utility

The IBM TCP/IP Network Port Monitor provides bi-directional printer and job status for the Infoprint 21. It runs on Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 print servers and supports the following clients:

  • Windows 95/98
  • Windows NT 4.0
  • Windows 2000

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.
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 to direct print jobs from Windows applications to IBM Workgroup printers. 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.

Web Ready Printing

Printer Resident Web site

Infoprint 21 includes 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 (available to anyone with URL or IP address)
    • 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.
    • Web Push 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).
    • Configure printer and network interface using a Web browser. All operator panel functions are available via web access.
    • View printer status, job status and general printer settings.

Infoprint 21 supports remote device management via a Web browser. Browsers supported include:

    Browser                Version
------- -------
Internet Explorer 4.0 and above
Netscape 4.0 and above

Using a browser to submit print jobs

Two new methods of submitting a print job to the printer are available with Infoprint 21. They are referred to as (pull) and (push) 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, the 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.

Push Printing

Push 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 commands. For push 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.

Push 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.

The Infoprint 21 printer includes an IPP server that can accept jobs from an IPP client using HTTP/1.1 as the transport protocol as defined in IPPv1.0. An IPPv1.0 client is required on any operating system from which you want to do IPP printing. For example, the Infoprint 21 can accept jobs submitted using IPP from the IPP client for Windows NT. IBM provides IPP clients for the following software solutions:

  • IBM Infoprint Manager for Windows NT and Windows 2000.
  • Infoprint Server feature of OS/390 V2R8.
Printer Management

SNMP MIB Support

Infoprint 21 supports industry standard open-systems SNMP printer MIBs.

  • Printer MIB (RFC 1759)
    • MIB II (MIB RFC 1213)
    • Host Resources MIB (MIB RFC 1514)
  • Job MIB (based on4 Garamond RFC 2707)

Novell NetWare Support

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

Spooling

When an optional hard disk is installed, incoming print jobs can be spooled onto the hard disk if the printer is busy. Other types of jobs, such as PDF files, must be spooled because they cannot start printing until the entire job is received. Other types of jobs (PostScript, PCL) can either be sent directly to the printer or be spooled on the hard disk. Some types of jobs, such as AFP/IPDS files, SCS and Appletalk, cannot be spooled because they require communication back to the transmitting host concerning their print status.

Infoprint 21 allows the administrator to customize the printer so that all but AFP/IPDS, SCS and Appletalk jobs are spooled to the hard disk before printing. In some cases, this can reduce network traffic by minimizing the number of attempts to resend a job to a busy printer. The default spooling setting is to only spool when the printer is busy. The setting can be changed on the operator panel or from the printer's Web page.

PSF(TM)/MVS , PSF/VSE, PSF/VM, PSF for OS/390 Support Summary

                    PSF/MVS       PSF/VSE       PSF/VM      PSF V3.1.0
V2.2.0 V2.2.1 V2.1.1 OS/390
-------- ----------- -------- -----------
Base Support:
- 4028 Dev. Type Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Native(4322 Mode) Yes Yes Yes Yes
- 240 DPI Resolution Yes Yes Yes Yes
- 300 DPI Resolution Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Auto Resolution Yes Yes No Yes
(OPC will report LF1 240 or 300 DPI printer, printer converts to 600 DPI)

Paper Input Yes Yes Yes Yes
(5 Sources) (5 Sources) (5 Sources) (5 sources)
Paper Output
Primary Tray Yes Yes Yes Yes
Offset Jogging Yes Yes Yes Yes

AFP/IPDS Towers: All All All All

Printer Connectivity:
- Coax Yes Yes Yes Yes
- Ethernet TCP/IP Yes No No Yes
- T/R TCP/IP Yes No No Yes

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

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

PSF/MVS, PSF/VSE, PSF/VM Support Notes
  • APAR OW27622 for PSF/MVS 2.2.0 is required for multi-resolution (auto) support.
  • PSF/MVS 2.1.x is no longer supported or maintained by IBM.
  • PSF/MVS 2.2.0 is withdrawn from marketing effective 3/31/99 and replaced by PSF V3.1.0 for OS/390.
  • APAR OW39102 for PSF for OS/390 or APAR OW38078 for PSF/MVS 2.2.0 is required for outline font support.

Note:(1) Requires AFP/IPDS DBCS Resource Hard Drive feature

PSF/400 Support Summary

                                    PSF/400
V3R2, V4R1, V4R2, V4R3, V4R4
----------------------------
Base Support:
- 4028 Dev. Type Yes
- Native (4322 Mode) Yes
- 240 DPI Resolution Yes
- 300 DPI Resolution Yes
- Auto Resolution Yes (V4R3, V4R4 only)
(OPC will report LF1 240 or 300 DPI printer, printer converts to 600 DPI)

Paper Input Yes
(5 Sources)
Paper Output
Primary Tray Yes
Offset Jogging Yes

AFP/IPDS Towers: All

Printer Connectivity:
- Twinax Yes
- 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 (1) Yes
- DBCS Outline (1) Yes

Note:(1) Requires AFP/IPDS DBCS Resource Hard Drive feature.

PSF/400 Support Notes

  • The printer will support OS/400 versions 3.2, 4.1 until they are withdrawn from service.

Infoprint Manager Summary

                             Infoprint      Infoprint
Manager for Manager
AIX V3.1 (1) NT 1.1
----------- ---------
Base Support:
- 4028 Dev. Type Yes Yes
- Native (4322 Mode) 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
(5 Sources) (5 Sources)
Paper Output
Primary tray Yes Yes
Offset Jogging 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 (2) Yes Yes
- DBCS Outline (2) Yes Yes

Note:(1) Infoprint Manager for AIX V3.1 requires APAR IY07502.

Note:(2) Requires AFP/IPDS DBCS Resource Hard Drive feature.

Coax Attachment Non-PSF Software Support

Software - Minimum Level       Data Stream             Emulation
------------------------- -------------- ---------
GDDM (R) V2.3 AFP/IPDS, SCS, DSC, DSE 4028, 3287
JES 328X V2 SCS, DSC, DSE 4028, 3287
VTAM (R) SCS, DSC, DSE 4028, 3287
RSCS (VM) V3.1.1 and higher SCS, DSC, DSE, AFP/IPDS 4028, 3287
CICS/MVS SCS 4028, 3287
CICS/VSE SCS 4028, 3287

The SCS coax data stream can be used to control duplexing. A
parameter in the Page Presentation Media (PPM) SCS command is used to
control this capability.

AFP/IPDS

Infoprint 21 supports these new AFP/IPDS functional enhancements:

  • Media selection by object ID (supported by PSF/MVS 3.1.0, PPFA)
  • Dutch KIX postal bar code (supported by all PSFs and PSF/400)
  • Printer identification by name.
  • Outline font, 240 pel raster fonts and font resource capture (hard disk).
  • Resolution independent raster font support.
  • Japan Postal bar code 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 available with preloaded Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) Outline Font Resources. This is important for applications that use double byte characters. This feature requires the AFP/IPDS feature (feature number 4820) described above be installed as a pre-requisite.

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
OCR A 19 Typo 10 pt
OCR B 03 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

Notes 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 20224 2039
Gothic Text 304 2039
Letter Gothic 400 2039
Letter Gothic Bold 404 2039
OCR A 305 968
OCR B 306 969
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.

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
Dutch 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

# Equivalent Euro Code Page


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

# Equivalent Euro Code Page

Coax SCS NLS Resident Code Page Support

Language               Code Page
-------- -----------
Arabic (1) 420
Austrian/German 273, 286
Belgian 500
Brazilian Portuguese 275
Canadian French 260
Danish, Norwegian 277, 287
English (UK) 285
English (U.S., Canada) 037
Finnish/Swedish 278, 288
French 297
Greek (1) 879
Hebrew (1) 424
Icelandic 871
Italian 280
Japanese (English) 281
Multilingual 500
Spanish 284, 289

Note:(1) Requires optional compact flash described in the PCL Symbol Set Section

National Language Support for Twinax SCS

Language               Code Page
-------- ---------
Arabic (1) 420
Austrian/German 273
Belgian 500
Brazilian Portuguese 275
Canadian French 260
Danish/Norwegian 277
Dutch 037
English (UK) 285
Finnish/Swedish 278
French 297
Greek (1) 879
Hebrew (1) 424
Icelandic 871
Italian 280
Japanese (English) 281
Multilingual 500, 256
Portuguese 282
Spanish 284
Swiss 500
US/Canadian (English) 037

Note:(1) Requires optional compact flash described in the PCL Symbol Set Section

SCS Data Stream Font Mapping

The coax or twinax interface uses PCL fonts when operating with a non-AFP/IPDS host data stream. Imbedding of PCL and PJL commands in the SCS data stream is possible. The printer selects and uses these PCL fonts differently depending on whether the attachment is coaxial or twinaxial. With the coaxial attachment, fonts can only be selected by specifying characters-per-inch (CPI). With the twinaxial attachment, fonts can be selected by specifying either CPI or an FGID (Font Global Identifier).

PCL Symbols Set Support

Infoprint 21 supports 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

Adobe PostScript Character Set Support

         Character Set         Encoding Vector
------------- ---------------
ISOAdobe ISOLatin1

Planning Information

Infoprint 21 is designed as Customer Setup (CSU). The customer is responsible for:

  • Adequate site, system and other vendor preparation.
  • Receipt at the customer location and placement of the printer.
  • Installation and configuration of the printer and features by following the installation instructions.
  • Installing and maintaining cables.
  • Ordering and replacing supplies.
  • Loading print media and clearing jams.
  • Low level problem determination.
  • Order and installation of usage kits, supplies and consumables.

It is the customer responsibility to order and maintain an adequate inventory of toner cartridges and usage kits.

No hardcopy publications are shipped with the printer. Hardcopy can be obtained by:

  • Printing the publication off the CD shipped with the printer.
  • Downloading and printing the publication from the IBM Web site.
  • Ordering the hardcopy publication using the order number.
Physical Specifications

All base models are table-top. Unpacked size and weight are as follows:

               Width         Depth         Height       Weight
------------- ------------- ------------- -----------------
Base (1) 422mm (16.6") 439mm (17.3") 406mm (16.0") 25.9 kg (57.0 lb)
W/options (2) 422mm (16.6") 605mm (23.8") 807mm (31.8") 50.5 kg (111 lb)

Note:" denotes inches

Note:(1) Print engine, EP Cartridge, paper drawer with tray

Note:(2) Same with duplex, 2 additional drawers/trays, offset paper output, envelope feeder

Operating Environment

Acoustics

 Sound Pressure
Base Printer
Idle (fan off) 0 dB (above background noise)
Operating 49.5 dB(A)

Fully Configured
Idle (fan off) 0 dB (above background noise)
Operating 53.0 dB(A)

Sound Power
Base Printer
Idle (fan off) 0 Bels(A) (above background noise)
Operating 4.95 Bels(A)

Fully Configured
Idle (fan off) 0 Bels(A) (above background noise)
Operating 5.30 Bels(A)

Electrical Specification

  • Model 1 - 100-127 Volt, 50/60 Hz
  • Model 2 - 220-240 Volt, 50/60 Hz
  • Model 3 (Japan) - 100-127 Volt, 50/60 Hz

Power Consumption & Thermal Output

Typical power consumption in Watts, British Thermal Units per Hour (BTU/HR) and Volt-Amperes (VA) are listed below.

                              Watts       BTU/HR         VA
------- -------- --------
Quiet Mode (fan off)
100 V. (Japan only) 18.6 63.5 37.2
120 V. 18.6 63.5 37.2
220 V. 18.6 63.5 37.2

Power Saver Mode (fan on)
100 V. (Japan only) 20.5 70.0 40
120 V. 20.5 70.0 40
220 V. 20.5 70.0 40

Standby Mode
100 V. (Japan only) 90 307 100
120 V. 90 307 110
220 V. 90 307 115

Printing
100 V. (Japan only) 350 1195.0 400
120 V. 350 1195.0 360
220 V. 350 1195.0 400

Infoprint 21 meets the EPA Energy Star specification of 30 Watts or lower.

Ozone Emissions

Infoprint 21 ozone emissions are less than 0.02 parts per million (ppm) for an 8-hour Timed Weighted Average (TWA) limit. This is less than the UL 1950 present recommended long term exposure limit for ozone which is 0.1 ppm calculated as an 8-hour TWA concentration.

Operating Environment

  • Operating Temperature: 50 to 90 deg F (10 to 32 deg C)
  • Humidity: 15 to 85% RH; 26 deg C max wet bulb
  • Altitude: 0-9,843 ft (0-3,100 m)

    Storage and Shipping:

  • Temperature: -4 to 104 deg F (-20 to 40 deg C)
  • Humidity: 5 to 95% RH
  • Altitude: 0-9,843 ft (0-3,100 m)

Publications

 Publication                                     Order
Description Number
------------ -------
Quick Set-up Poster G544-5699-00
Warranty/Safety Guide G544-5523-03
Quick Reference Card G544-5700-00
Ethernet/Token-Ring Configuration Guide (3)
User's Guide G544-5701-00
Twinax/Coax Configuration Guide (1) S544-5712-00
Ethernet/Token-Ring Configuration Guide (2) S544-5711-00
AFP/IPDS/SCS Technical Reference S544-5312-06
PCL/PostScript Technical Reference S544-5650-00
Service Guide G544-5702-00

Note:(1) Ships with twinax cards
Note:(2) Ships with Ethernet and Token-Ring cards
Note:(3) Ships with Model 003 (Japan)Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable
Mach Model Feature Part
Type Number Number Description UPC Code
---- ----- ------- ------- ----------- ---------------
4322 001 38L1067 21 PPM Printer (120V) 0-87944-49972-5
4402 38L1394 Duplex Unit 0-87944-49975-6
4501 38L1395 Paper Drawer with tray 0-87944-49976-3
4502 38L1396 550-Sheet Paper tray (extra) 0-87944-49977-0
4511 38L1397 Envelope Feeder 0-87944-49978-7
4610 38L1398 500-Sheet Offset Paper Output 0-87944-49979-4
4630 38L1399 Face-Up Paper Output 0-87944-49980-0
4120 38L1400 IBM Token-Ring 4/16 Adapter 0-87944-49981-7
4162 38L1401 IBM Ethernet 10/100 Adapter 0-87944-49982-4
4141 38L1402 IBM Twinax SCS Interface (1) 0-87944-49983-1
4171 38L1403 IBM Coax SCS Interface (1) 0-87944-49984-8
4820 38L1404 IBM AFP/IPDS Module (2) 0-87944-49985-5
4030 02N6434 Resource Flash Memory Module 0-87944-53552-2
4332 38L1405 32 MB Memory DIMM 0-87944-49986-2
4364 38L1406 64 MB Memory DIMM 0-87944-49987-9
4390 38L1407 128 MB Memory DIMM 0-87944-49988-6
4210 01P5241 Enhanced Print Kit 0-87944-53951-3
4328 38L1408 Hard Drive 0-87944-49989-3
4810 02N8571 Japanese PS DBCS Font Module 0-87944-52558-5
4850 02N8565 AFP/IPDS DBCS Resource Hard 0-87944-52557-8
Drive
4830 02N8574 SEMEA PCL Font Module 0-87944-52561-5
4180 38L1409 IEEE 1284 Printer Cable 0-87944-49990-9
(3 meters, type C)
4812 02N7064 WT Op Panel Overlays 0-87944-53553-9
4050 01P4965 Relocation Kit 0-87944-53700-7
38L1410 15K Print cartridge # 0-87944-49991-6
38L1411 Usage Kit (100-140V) # 0-87944-49992-3
38L1412 Usage Kit (220V) # 0-87944-49993-0
# Supplies item

Language Groups (contains User's Guide,
Quick Reference Card and Warranty Card)
2924 38L1413 English Language Group 0-87944-49994-7
2928 38L1426 French Language Group 0-87944-49995-4
2980 38L1441 Brazilian Portug. Language 0-87944-50000-1
2931 38L1444 Spanish Language Group 0-87944-50001-8
2996 38L1447 Chinese (S-C) Language Group 0-87944-50002-5
2995 38L1450 Chinese (T-C) Language Group 0-87944-50003-2
2930 38L1453 Japanese Language Group 0-87944-50004-9

9250 6952301 6 ft Line Cord (Chicago) 0-87944-37509-8
9251 6952300 Standard U.S. & rest of LA
Line Cord (9 ft)
9970 13F9979 Europe/Africa Line Cord
9975 13F9997 Denmark Line Cord
9972 14F0015 South Africa Line Cord
9971 14F0033 UK Line Cord
9974 14F0051 Switzerland Line Cord
9973 14F0069 Italy, Chile Line Cord
9976 14F0087 Israel Line Cord
9978 1838574 Peru, Thailand Line Cord
9979 13F9940 Australia, Argentina,
Paraguay, Uruguay Line Cord
4322 ZZZ Special Ordering Vehicle

Note:(1) Supports SBCS only in SCS mode

Note:(2) AFP/IPDS DBCS support requires AFP/IPDS DBCS Resource Hard Drive

Consumables

The following replacement supplies are available:

Description        Models      Part Number  Approximate Average Yield (1)
----------- ------ ----------- -----------------------------
Print cartridge 001,002,003 38L1410 15,000 impressions

Note:(1) Approximate yield of up to 15,000 impressions has been established with an average coverage of 5%. An "impression" is defined as one printed side of a sheet. A duplex sheet would consist of two impressions.

Customer Installed Usage Kits

The components of the Usage Kit are part of the base printer. The following Usage Kits are available:

Description            Models  Part Number  Approximate Average Yield (1)
------------------ ------ ----------- -----------------------------
Usage Kit 100-127V (1) 001,003 38L1411 200,000 impressions
Usage Kit 200-240V (1) 002 38L1412 200,000 impressions

Note:(1) Includes a Fuser, Bias Transfer Roller (BTR) assembly and one feed roller set.

Note:Significant use of heavy paper stock may impact fuser life.

The above items are considered supplies and, as such, are not available from IBM service or included in the warranty or maintenance service agreement. Installation of usage kits is the responsibility of the customer.

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 the end user's application. Many factors (for example, print coverage per page, machine settings, paper type and size, and environmental conditions) can affect supply life.

Supply warranties are only for defects in materials and workmanship at the time of shipment/installation. They are not for print count life or normal wear and tear, nor for any print count minimum. Contact your place of purchase for warranty return instructions.

IBM is committed to environmentally conscious programs for printer supplies. A collection program for used printer cartridges has been established and return instructions are included in the supply item packaging, with free return shipping.

IBM paper and transparency film are manufactured to the tightest specifications and approved by IBM. They are designed for use with all quality printers, copiers, multi-function machines and fax machines and are also designed to optimize the performance of IBM printers. IBM Brand paper is stiffer and works well in tough applications.

Trademarks (R), (TM), * Trademark or registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
** Company, product, or service name may be a trademark or service mark of others.Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. UNIX is a registered trademark in the United States and other countries licensed exclusively through X/Open Company Limited.
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