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IBM 4332-001 & 4332-004 (Infoprint 32 & 40)

 
 
 
 


IBM Infoprint 32 (4332-001) Printer
IBM Infoprint 40 (4332-004) Printer
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Toner
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90H3540 High Capacity Output (Finisher)
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
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90H3542 Envelope Feeder for 4332
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90H3542



38L1045 Duplexer for 4332
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06L9835 IBM Network Card for Token Ring
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06L9835
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06L9838 10baseT Ethernet for 43XX printers
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90H3547 4332 AFP/IPDS SIMM
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06L9846 Coax for 4332-001
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4630 90H3543 Optional Face-up Output Tray

06L9849 FC4141 Twinax Adapter For 4312/4317/4320/4324/4332
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63H2463 4MB Memory SIMM
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63H2443 2MB Flash SIMM
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63H2444 4MB Flash SIMM for 43xx
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90H0610 810MB HD for 43xx
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56P2320 Power supply 110 V
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90H3544, Stand for 4332
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90H3544



4180 63H2804 PC Parallel Cable

Highlights

  • High-capacity input and output with full finishing options including jogging and stapling
  • RePro, copier-like function increases end-user productivity and output quality

Enhanced productivity
The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 offer high speed and a wide array of powerful features for your presentations, charts, reports, statements and reprographics applications. Both printers run in the most popular IBM and non-IBM networking environments and are shared easily across multiple systems and software applications.

The Infoprint 40 delivers faster print speeds as well as additional memory, increasing users' productivity by reducing the time required to process and output large print jobs. This speedy delivery of critical print jobs eliminates the potential for employee overtime costs and loss of revenue.

Both printers handle all popular media sizes, from envelopes to A3/ledger (11" x 17") paper. With greater power and capabilities at the desktop, users can create sophisticated business documents that require large format paper. A3/ledger paper is the solution for printing today's complex spreadsheets, engineering drawings, graphics, presentations, newsletters and reports.

Unlike most printers in this speed range, the IBM Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 combine the toner and photoconductor into a single supply cartridge. This convenience saves time by allowing you to replace fewer supply items.

First-generation quality
The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 offer RePro, a copier-like capability designed to enable users to efficiently print multiple originals of electronically formatted documents. This feature uses a transmit-once technology that sends the file (only once) over the network, enabling the Infoprint 32 or Infoprint 40 to print multiple crisp, collated, first-generation prints. Consistent, high-quality output avoids the quality degradation that inevitably occurs with traditional, copier-generated output. Moreover, RePro technology minimizes network traffic and can free users' workstations more quickly for other tasks.

Streamlined job management
The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 come standard with Network Printer Manager (NPM) software, which enables network systems administrators to remotely install, configure and manage network printers. With NPM's easy-to-use graphical interface, printer status is just a mouse click away. NPM runs on a variety of platforms, including Windows and any JavaTM 1.1-enabled Web browser.

Additionally, IBM's optional Infoprint Manager software streamlines job management functions by automating job scheduling, tracking and accounting throughout the organization. Infoprint Manager can ensure the right job reaches the right printer and the entire print load remains balanced and efficient. This minimizes trouble-shooting and maximizes printer uptime.

Reliable performance
The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 support all popular data streams with standard support for PCL5e and Adobe- PostScript- 3. This newest level of PostScript provides improved performance and enhanced image quality over PostScript Level 2. Both printers also feature an integrated Advanced Function PrintingTM /Intelligent Printer Data StreamTM (AFPTM /IPDSTM) option. AFP is IBM's industry-leading digital output architecture that can enable systems-managed printing accurately and completely. AFP automates error recovery and resource management to provide unparalleled printing reliability.

Optimal print quality
The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 feature excellent 600 x 600 dpi print quality with edge smoothing technology. Both printers offer three printing modes with varying levels of quality so you can select the quality level that is right for each job. For higher quality output, you can choose REFINE, a printing mode that rivals 1200 dpi image quality.

Special toner-saving IBM technology can reduce toner usage and extend toner yield by up to forty percent. This allows you to save money on supplies while maintaining high output quality.

IBM Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 at a glance

Infoprint 32
Infoprint 40
Print Speed
. Up to 32 pages per minute (ppm) Up to 40 pages per minute (ppm)
Copy Speed
. Up to 32 copies per minute (cpm) Up to 40 copies per minute (cpm)
Monthly Usage
. Up to 150,000 pages (simplex)1 Up to 200,000 pages (simplex)1
Memory2 (std/max)

8/64MB; optional flash memory 2MB or 4MB; and optional high capacity hard drive 16/64MB; optional flash memory 2MB or 4MB; and optional high capacity hard drive
Processor
66 MHz Intel 80960 HD, 32-bit RISC processor with a graphics co-processor
Paper Handling

-Duplex option for two-sided printing Infoprint 32 Infoprint 40

Standard Input Capacity
  • Primary trays: 2x500 sheets (1,000 total) and
  • Auxiliary tray: 50 sheets/4 envelopes
  • Optional Input Capacity
  • 2,500 sheet, high-capacity input with 3 drawers: 1x500, 1x1,000 and 1x1,000
  • Envelope feeder: 100 envelopes
  • Output Capacity
  • Standard top output: 500 sheets (collated, with bin-full sensing and offset jogging)
  • Optional 2,000-sheet finisher: 3 additional output bins, offset jogging and stapling (up to 50 sheets per set) and 200-sheet, face-up output tray
  • Media
    Media types: Copier/xerographic paper, recycled paper, card stock, transparencies, paper labels, prepunched paper and envelopes
    Primary sheet sizes: A wide range from A5/statement (210 x 149mm, 8.5" x 5.5"), including Japanese Hagaki (100 x 148mm), to A3/ledger (420 x 297mm, 11" x 17")
    Envelope sizes: Com-10, C5, DL and Monarch
    Universal paper sizes: from 3.92" x 5.75" to 11.6" x 17" in auxiliary tray
    Paper weights: 17 to 24 lbs (64 to 90 gsm) from primary trays and up to 110 lbs. (165 gsm) from auxiliary tray
    Physical Attachments
    Bi-directional Parallel (IEEE 1284)
    -RISC System/6000- servers and workstations
    -IBM NetFinity- and PC servers
    -IBM Network Stations, IBM PC300 and Aptiva-, IBM ThinkPad- and compatibles
    Network Interface Card (NIC) Options (Up to 23)
    -Ethernet: 10/100BaseTX (RJ-45: 10BaseT-cat3, 100BaseTX-cat5) orEthernet: 10BaseT/10Base2
    -Token-Ring (4 or 16 Mbps):UTP/STP
    -Twinaxial attachment card: IBM AS/400- e-servers and e-systems; 5394 or 5494 Remote Control Unit
    Coaxial attachment card: IBM S/390- Generation 5 server, 3174 Establishment Controller, ES/9000- and ES/9370- Workstation Subsystem Controller, MC9371
    Printer Drivers
    Microsoft- Windows- 3.1, Windows for Workgroups 3.11, WIN-OS/2, Windows 95/98, Windows NT- 4.0
    IBM OS/2- 2.11 and Warp
    AIX-, Sun Solaris, SCO UNIX-, HP-UX
    Macintosh and OS/400- Workstation Customization Object (for HPT)
    Network Operating Systems
    -Novell NetWare (IPX/SPX or TCP/IP)
    -Microsoft Windows NT Server (TCP/IP)
    -Microsoft LAN Manager (NetBIOS/NetBEUI)
    -IBM LAN Server, Warp Server (NetBIOS/NetBEUI and TCP/IP)
    -IBM AIX (TCP/IP)
    -EtherTalk and TokenTalk
    Software Support & Utilities
    IBM Infoprint Manager Version 3.1
    PSFTM/MVS-, PSF/VSETM, PSF/VMTM(S/370--S/390), PSF/2 and PSF for AIX
    PSF/400, AFP PrintSuite for AS/400 and AFP Utilities for AS/400
    OS/390 Print Server, IP PrintWayTM and NetSpoolTM
    Network Printer Manager (NPM) for Windows and for the Web
    IBM TCP/IP Network Port Monitor for Windows NT 4.0
    IBM LPR Remote Printing Client Utility for Windows 95/98
    Physical Characteristics
    . Base Model: Fully Configured Model:
    Height: 19.1" (486 mm) 65.0" (1,651 mm)
    Width: 30.0" (762 mm) 61.0" (1,549 mm)
    Depth: 20.5" (520 mm) 28.0" (711 mm)
    Weight: 108 lbs. (49.3 kg) (LV) 303 lbs. (137.9 kg)
    Power Requirements4
    Low voltage:
    100-127V, 50/60 Hz (Meets EPA Energy Star requirements)
    Environmental Conditions
    Relative humidity: 15% to 85% RH
    Temperature: 50 degrees to 90 degrees F (10 degrees to 32 degrees C)
    Acoustics: 54.8 dBA (operating); 27.8 dBA (idle)
    Supplies
    UltraFine Toner cartridge: up to 23,000 letter/A4 pages at 5% coverage
    Toner Savings Econo Mode: can increase toner yield up to 32,0005 letter/A4 pages
    Staples: 15,000 total (3 cartridges with 5,000 each); cartridge refills available
    1This figure represents a maximum monthly printing rate. IBM does not recommend printing this monthly maximum on a consistent basis.
    2Additional memory may be required depending on printer configuration and print job complexity.
    3The two Network Interface Card selections must be different.
    4Voltage determined by country standards.
    5Assumes 5% toner coverage, an average print job of 3-4 pages and long-edge feed orientation.

    Robust paper handling support.

    Customer operating environments: AS/400, S/370 - S/390, RS/6000, PC LANs, and workstation platforms.

    Excellent print quality with standard 600 x 600 DPI, a high quality mode that approaches 1200 DPI image quality and a toner saving mode.

    Copier-Like function, "RePro", for generating multiple copies of a finished (stapled) document.

    EuroReady network printer

    The Infoprint 40 compared to Infoprint 32.
    Is a faster version of the Infoprint 32 (40 PPM versus 32 PPM)
    Has the same options and uses the same supplies as the Infoprint 32
    Has a higher duty cyle than the Infoprint 32

    With its higher speed, the Infoprint 40 provides:
    A solution for users with large peak print loads
    Incremental printing for existing requirements
    The ability to offload centralized printing to remote distributed locations

    IBM printer solutions such as Infoprint Manager that provide guaranteed document quality and delivery

    Also included for the Infoprint 40 and Infoprint 32 are:
    • SNMP Gas Gauges for Input trays and Output Bins
    • Toner Cartridge Counter (Current Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 customers can download new code for Gas Gauges and Toner Cartridge Counter)
    • Duplex option, multi-language templates and relocation kits
    • Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 no longer has duplex standard
    Description

    Infoprint 32 is a high speed, up to 32 pages per minute (PPM), printing solution designed for large workgroups. With flexible paper handling capabilities, the Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 can be configured as a desktop workgroup printer or a departmental floor standing printer with high input and output paper capacities. This printing solution has copier-like capability for printing multiple copies of presentations, manuals, or news letters.

    The Infoprint 40 is a flexible and robust printing solution that will support most end user host system environments: S/390's and AS/400's to PCs to Macintosh's. With up to three host system attachments, the Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 comes standard with HP PCL5e emulation and Adobe PostScript 3 data streams. In addition, IBM's AFP/IPDS data stream support is available as an option.
    • Backed by IBM's world class service and support, the Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 are a cost-effective and reliable workgroup or departmental printer.
    • Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 benefits include:
    • Heavy duty workgroup printing with a maximum print speed of 32 PPM. or 40PPM
    • Peak print rate of 150,000 pages per month (simplex) and a maximum average monthly usage of 40,000 pages (simplex).
    • High performance printing with an Intel 66 Mhz RISC processor.
    Robust paper handling support.
    • Postcard (3.92"x5.75") to A3/Ledger (11"x17") paper sizes supported.
    • Up to 6 input source trays with a maximum of 3550 sheet capacity.
    • Up to 5 output bins providing a total stacking capacity of 2500 sheets.
    • Various media types: xerographic papers, transparencies, paper labels, and card stock.
    • Output finishing support of offset jogging and stapling.
    • Optional envelope feeder with a capacity of 100.
    Customer operating environments: AS/400, S/370 - S/390, RS/6000, PC LANs, and workstation platforms (Windows, OS/2, AIX, Macintosh, and UNIX).

    Flexible attachment support.

    Standard bi-directional parallel interface with two optional network interface card (NIC) slots (NIC card options include: Ethernet, Token-Ring, Twinax, and Coax). All three attachments provide dynamic "hot-port" switching for multiple system support.

    Flexible application/data stream support: industry standard PCL5e and Adobe PostScript 3 standard in the Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40. IBM's AFP/IPDS integrated data stream support is available as an option.

    Excellent print quality with standard 600 x 600 dpi resolution with edge smoothing and an image quality mode that approaches 1200 dpi image quality.

    Toner savings economy mode (Econo Mode) technology that provides up to 40% supplies yield increase and reduced cost.

    The European Union Euro currency symbol is supported in PCL, PostScript, SCS and AFP/IPDS.

    Printer resource (PCL and PostScript) storage media options (2MB and 4MB flash memory Simms and high capacity hard drive).

    Low power consumption, EPA Energy Star compliant (low voltage models).

    Network print management utility (NPM), that provides remote printer set-up, configuration, and status. The NPM utility is designed using industry standards (SNMP, Printer MIB and Java programming language).

    Copier-like function for generating multiple copies of finished (stapled) documents. This reproduction, "RePro" capability increases end user productivity, generates high quality output copies, and reduces costs.

    Easy to use operator panel for set-up and configuration, with an op-panel lock-out mode. The op-panel lock-out mode can be set local at the printer or remote.

    IBM's AFP/IPDS option is described below.

    The IBM Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 offers full Advanced Function Presentation (AFP) support with its Intelligent Printing Data Stream (IPDS) printing solution. The AFP/IPDS option is supported in IBM's AS/400, S/370 - S/390 host printing software: PSF/MVS, PSF/VM, PSF/VSE, PSF/400 and IBM's Infoprint Manager environments. IBM's AFP/IPDS option provides the following benefits:
    • Systems-managed printing
    • Full error recovery including intermittent power interruptions
    • Two-way printer and host system communication
    • Automated resource management
    • Stapling (not supported on all software)
    IBM's Adobe PostScript 3 is described below.

    Adobe PostScript 3 delivers customer benefits to those requiring critical printing of documents in the correct way, high output quality, and expected format. In the enterprise, office and graphics users will see improved performance and quality. Adobe PostScript provides increased reliability and output predictability for end users. Adobe PostScript 3 provides the following benefits:

    Advanced Page Processing
    • Delivers faster performance, on simple and complex applications
    • Standard 136 resident fonts, which minimizes font down loads
    • Efficient and smaller data stream creation (less network traffic)
    Enhanced Image Technology
    • Improved gray scale (128) output quality for image applications
    • Recognition of image objects for high speed processing
    Product Positioning

    The Infoprint 32 can provide:
    • Incremental print capacity increase.
    • Scalability with the other Infoprint solutions.
    • Handle large print peak loads.
    • Offload centralized print applications.

    The Infoprint 32 is the replacement for IBM's Network Printer 24 and 24PS. The Infoprint 32 provides similar function that was available with the Network Printer 24 and 24PS models plus additional product enhancements. The following enhancements are available with the Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40:

                                       Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 Network Printer 24
                                       ------------                  ------------------
    Adobe PostScript 3 standard        Yes                          No (PostScript 2 was optional)
    Additional input paper sources     Up to 6                      Up to 4
    More total input paper capacity    3550 sheets                  3100 sheets
    AFP/IPDS performance enhancements  Yes                          No
    Price/Performance                  25% improvement
    Higher yield toner cartridge       23,000 pages                 15,000 pages (simplex)
    Two-sided printing standard        Yes                          No (optional)
    Increased max. monthly duty cycle  150,000 pages                100,000 pages (simplex)
    "RePro", Copier-like support       Yes                          No

    The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 is not intended as a direct replacement device for the IBM 3130 printer. The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 are reliable workgroup printers designed for shared use in a network environment. It provides the performance and paper-handling capabilities necessary for workgroup environments where speed is of primary importance.

    The Infoprint 32 is designed for a peak printing rate of 150K pages per month. Although this peak rate is sustainable on a short term basis, IBM does not recommend printing to this maximum rate on a continuous basis. Customers who routinely print more than 40K pages per month should strongly consider the 3130 printer or the purchase of multiple Infoprint 32s.

    Customer Setup (CSU)

    All models of the Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 are customer setup (CSU). CSU publications are in National Languages.

    Physical Specifications

    Size and Weight

    The base model is a table-top printer. Adding the 2,500 Sheet Input Unit makes the printer a floor-standing model.

    Unpacked size and weight are as follows:
    Width Depth (4) Height Weight
    ------ --------- ------ ------
    Base (1) 762mm (30.0") 520mm (20.5") 486mm (19.1") 49.3kg (108lb)
    W/Options (2) 1549mm (61.0") 711mm (28.0") 1651mm (65.0") 137.9kg (303lb)

    Base (3) 762mm (30.0") 520mm (20.5") 486mm (19.1") 51.8kg (113lb)
    W/Options (4) 1549mm (61.0") 711mm (28.0") 1651mm (65.0") 140.4kg (309lb)

    " denotes inches
    Notes: (1) 100V/120V Print engine, EP Cartridge, duplex, standard drawers 1 and 2, auxiliary tray
    (2) Same with 2,500 Sheet Input and 2,000 Sheet Finisher in highest position
    (3) 220V Print engine, EP Cartridge, duplex, standard drawers 1 and 2, auxiliary tray
    (4) Same with 2,500 Sheet Input and 2,000 Sheet Finisher in highest position

    Controller

    Processor

    The controller has an Intel** 80960HD 66 MHz RISC processor. The controller also includes a graphics co-processor for enhanced performance for complex documents.

    Memory
    8 MB SIMM Standard
    2 memory SIMM slots that can support from 8 MB to 32 MB DRAM each (64 MB Maximum)

    Internal disk interface for optional high capacity hard drive

    PCL and PostScript resource storage

    Printer System Attachment Interfaces

    Up to three simultaneously active interfaces
    Dynamic "hot port" switching

    IEEE1284 Bidirectional Parallel Interface Standard on the printer
    Supports compatibility, byte, nibble, and ECP modes.
    Microsoft Plug and Play Compatibility

    Two optional network interface slots with the following network card options (two of the same network cards cannot be used):

    • Coaxial Interface
    • Twinaxial Interface
    • Ethernet Interface (10BaseT & 10Base2)
    • Fast Ethernet Interface (10BaseT & 100BaseTX)

    Token-Ring Interface (4 Mbps & 16 Mbps)

    Print Quality

    Excellent print quality with standard 600 x 600 DPI resolution with edge smoothing and an image quality mode, called REFINE, 1200 DPI image that approaches 1200 DPI image quality.

    Toner savings economy mode (Econo Mode) technology that provides up to 40% supplies yield increase and reduced cost.

    Up to 128 levels of gray for PCL and PostScript
    IPDS supports up to 32 levels of gray scale

    The printer will convert 300 DPI IPDS and SCS to 600 DPI

    Printable Area

    "Edge-to-edge" printing is permitted for all data streams. Print quality is guaranteed to only within 4 mm of the border. For best print quality, edge-to-edge printing is not recommended.

    Paper Handling
    Paper Capacities
    Input Capacities Output Capacities
    ---------------- -----------------
    Standard Maximum Standard Maximum
    -------- ------- -------- -------
    All Models 3 Inputs 6 Inputs 1 Output 5 Outputs
    2x500/1x50 3x500/2x1000/1x50 1x500 1x300(1)/3x670/1x200(2)

    (1) Standard 500-sheet output bin reduced to 300-sheets
    with high capacity stacker attached
    (2) Optional Face-Up output bin

    The following paper sizes are supported in the input trays (see notes at bottom of table):
    Aux. Tray Tray Tray Tray Tray Envlp. Duplex
    Paper Size Tray #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 Tray Unit
    ---------- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ------- ------
    A4 LEF (210 x 297 mm) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
    A4 SEF (210 x 297 mm) Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
    Letter LEF (8.5" x 11") Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
    Letter SEF (8.5" x 11") Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
    A5 LEF (210 x 149 mm) Yes Yes No No No No No Yes
    B5 JIS LEF (257 x 182 mm) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
    B4 SEF (257 x 364 mm) Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
    Folio SEF (8.5" x 13") Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
    Legal SEF (8.5" x 14") Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
    Ledger SEF (11" x 17") Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
    A3 SEF (420 x 297 mm) Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
    Executive (7.25" x 10.5") Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
    Statement (8.5" x 5.5") Yes Yes No No No No No No
    HAGAKI (100 x 148 mm) Yes No No No No No No No
    Commercial #10 Env. Yes No No No No No Yes No
    C5 Envelope Yes No No No No No Yes No
    DL Envelope Yes No No No No No Yes No
    Monarch Envelope Yes No No No No No Yes No
    Universal Envelope No No No No No No Yes No
    (98.4 x 190.5 mm Min.)
    (215.9 x 245 mm Max.)
    Universal Yes No No No No No No No
    (147 x 100 mm Min.)
    (431.8 x 297.4 mm Max.)

    Trays #3, #4, #5 are part of the 2,500 input unit.

    Capacity of Aux. Tray is 50 sheets of 20 lb. or equivalent paper.
    Weight of the paper is 64 gsm - 105 gsm, and 190 gsm (HAGAKI).
    Maximum stacked paper height is 5 mm.

    Capacity of trays 1, 2, and 3 is 500 sheets each of 20 lb. or
    equivalent paper.

    Capacity of trays 4 and 5 is 1000 sheets each of 20 lb. or equivalent
    paper.

    Maximum capacity of the Envelope Feeder is 100 envelopes.

    Either executive and legal or B4 and B5 size paper is supported
    depending on country.

    The following paper sizes are supported in the output trays:
    Optional
    Standard Optional 200-Sheet
    Output 2,000-Sheet Face-up
    Paper Size Bin Finisher Output Bin
    ---------- -------- ----------- ----------
    A4 (210 x 297 mm) Yes Yes Yes
    Letter (8.5" x 11") Yes Yes Yes
    A5 (210 x 149 mm) Yes Yes Yes
    B5 (257 x 182 mm) Yes Yes Yes
    B4 (257 x 364 mm) Yes Yes Yes
    Folio (8.5" x 13") Yes Yes Yes
    Legal (8.5" x 14") Yes Yes Yes
    Ledger (11" x 17") Yes Yes Yes
    A3 (420 x 297 mm) Yes Yes Yes
    Executive (7.25" x 10.5") Yes Yes Yes
    Statement (8.5" x 5.5") Yes No Yes
    HAGAKI (100 x 148 mm) Yes No Yes
    Commercial #10 Env. Yes No Yes
    C5 Envelope Yes No Yes
    DL Envelope Yes No Yes
    Monarch Envelope Yes No Yes


    Offset jogging is supported in all output bins except 200-sheet face- up output bin.
    Output bin full sensing is available in all but the 200-sheet face-up output bin.
    Paper empty sensing is available all input trays.

    Paper Types Supported (see note 1):

    Envelope
    Auxiliary Tray Trays 1/2 Trays 3/4/5 Tray
    -------------- ------------- ------------- --------
    Copier/Xerographic 64 - 90 gsm 64 - 90 gsm 64 - 90 gsm NR
    Paper (17 - 24 lb) (17 - 24 lb) (17 - 24 lb)

    Card Stock 190gsm HAGAKI NR NR NR
    Up to 165 gsm
    (Up to 110 lb)

    Labels (Paper) Up to 165 gsm NR NR NR
    (Up to 110 lb)

    Transparencies(2) .099 - .114 mm .099 - .114 mm NR NR
    (thickness) (.0039 - .0045 in.) (.0039 - .0045 in.)

    Envelopes Various types NR NR Various types
    Up to 105 gsm Up to 105 gsm

    Drilled Hole Stock Supported Supported Supported NR

    NR is Not Recommended

    Note: (1) Some print media, although they may conform to size and weight specifications, may still function poorly in your printer. Print quality, jam rates, fuser life and output stacking canbe affected by the printing environment (temperature and humidity) and characteristics of the paper (structure, moisture content, smoothness, grain direction or thickness); refer to IBM Document G544-3915 for exact paper specifications. IBM STRONGLY RECOMMENDS YOU TEST SMALL AMOUNTS OF PRINT MEDIA USING YOUR PRINTING APPLICATION BEFORE PURCHASING LARGE QUANTITIES OF THE MEDIA OR RUNNING LARGE PRINT VOLUMES.

    (2) Clear transparent film for laser printers or plain paper copiers is recommended.

    Paper Handling Options

    2,500 Sheet Input (High Capacity)

    The additional 500-sheet (tray 3), 1000-sheet (tray 4), and 1000-sheet (tray 5) are added as a single unit for a total capacity of 2,500 sheets. See the supported paper size list above.

    500-Sheet Paper Tray

    Extra or replacement tray for the 500-sheet paper drawers.

    200-Sheet Face-up Output Bin

    This bin is installed on the left side of the printer. Paper capacity is up to 200 sheets, face-up and non-collated. The standard 500-sheet output tray is face-down only. See the supported paper size list above.

    Envelope Feeder

    The envelope feeder is installed in the auxiliary tray slot (auxiliary tray must be removed). The envelope feeder can hold up to 100 envelopes. See the supported paper size list above.

    2,000-Sheet Finisher

    The finisher attaches to the right side of the printer. It comes with 3 bins, each with 670 sheet (unstapled) capacity, as well as a stapling function. Each bin can be assigned to a department or the bins can be linked together. The finisher has two position job offset. The standard output bin can still be used, but its capacity is reduced to 300 sheets.

    The stapler can staple up to 50 sheets of 20 lb. paper per job. It has 4 staple positions:
    Corner staple (both portrait and landscape orientation)
    Edge staple (double staple for both portrait and landscape orientation)

    Each output bin can handle multiple stapled jobs.

    AFP/IPDS Feature Enhancement for Infoprint 32 and 40

    This feature offers the following new function: AFP/IPDS (Advanced Function Presentation/Intelligent Printer Data Stream) Outline Fonts, 240 PEL Raster Fonts and Font Resource Capture. The current AFP/IPDS option part numbers are not changing for Infoprint 32 and 40.

    End-users and resellers can update current Infoprint 32s, 40s with AFP/IPDS options (Feature 4820, P/N 90H3547) to obtain these new enhancements.

    AFP/IPDS DBCS Resource HDD feature on Infoprint 32, and 40

    In addition to the AFP/IPDS enhancements, a new 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.

    Operator Display

    The Operator Panel consists of 8 keys, 4 LED status indicators, and a 2x16 character display.

    The 8 keys consist of the following: On-line, Continue, Enter, Cancel Print, Menu, Item, Value (plus or minus), Shift

    The 4 Status Indicators are: On-line, Continue, Busy, Attention

    Printer status, intervention conditions, and menu items may be displayed.

    Memory

    Standard memory is 8 MB for Models 1 and 2, 16 MB for Model 3 (100V-Japan)

    Maximum memory of 64 MB, expandable in 4/8/16/32 MB increments

    Optional high capacity hard drive

    There are two customer benefits using this option.

    PCL fonts, PCL macros, PostScript fonts, and PostScript macros may be downloaded and permanently stored on the hard drive via the Network Printer Resource Utility (See Software Requirements). Fonts and macros may be individually deleted from the hard drive.

    This option is required for using the copier-like function, "RePro", for printing multiple original copies.

    Optional flash memory for resource storage (One SIMM Slot - 2 MB or 4 MB SIMMs).

    PCL fonts, PCL macros, and PostScript fonts including signatures may be downloaded and permanently stored on the Flash memory. Fonts and macros may be individually deleted from the flash memory.

    Memory requirements are as follows (see note 1 below):

    Models 001, 002
    Page Protect ON (2) PCL & PS (3) PCL & PS & IPDS
    ---------------- ------------ ---------------
    Letter Simplex 8/12 MB 12/16 MB
    Letter Duplex 12/16 MB 16/20 MB
    A3 Simplex 12/16 MB 16/20 MB
    A3 Duplex 24/28 MB 28/32 MB

    Page Protect AUTO PCL & PS PCL & PS & IPDS
    ------------------ -------- ---------------
    Letter Simplex 8/12 MB 8/12 MB
    Letter Duplex 8/12 MB 8/12 MB
    A3 Simplex 8/12 MB 12/16 MB
    A3 Duplex 8/12 MB 12/16 MB

    Model 003 (100V-Japan)
    Page Protect ON (2) PCL & PS (3) PCL & PS & IPDS
    ---------------- ------------ ---------------
    Letter Simplex 16/20 MB 20/24 MB
    Letter Duplex 20/24 MB 24/28 MB
    A3 Simplex 20/24 MB 24/28 MB
    A3 Duplex 32/36 MB 36/40 MB

    Page Protect AUTO PCL & PS PCL & PS & IPDS
    ------------------ -------- ---------------
    Letter Simplex 16/20 MB 16/20 MB
    Letter Duplex 16/20 MB 16/20 MB
    A3 Simplex 16/20 MB 16/20 MB
    A3 Duplex 16/20 MB 16/20 MB

    Notes: (1) The "XX/XXMB" format indicates the memory requirements for the two memory configurations. These are PCL SAVE and PS SAVE. The first number refers to PCL SAVE and PS SAVE set to OFF and the second number refers to PCL SAVE and PS SAVE set to ON.

    (2) Page Protect is an Op-panel setting in the PCL menu and PS menu. It comes up on the Op-Panel as "PAGEPROT". The default setting is "AUTO". In "AUTO" mode, the printer has the intelligence to know if there is a potential memory shortage. If there is not enough memory to print a page, the printe will then use compression algorithms. These compression algorithms will provide the printer with the ability to print the page even though there is not enough memory. An impact to performance and print quality can be experienced.

    (3) In the Op-panel memory configuration menu there are two items called "PCL SAVE" and "PS SAVE". For both of these items the default setting is "OFF". This setting provides the capability to save PCL or PostScript data stream resources while switching between PCL or PostScript emulations. The default setting does not provide the saving capability. When "PCL SAVE" or "PS SAVE" is "ON", resources are: fonts, overlays, and macros.

    (4) The 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.

    Agency Approvals

    U.S., Canada
    FCC Part 15, Subpart B (ANSI C63.4/11.4D)
    UL 1950 2nd Edition
    CSA C22.2 #950-M93
    FDA 21 CRF Chapter 1, Subchapter J, Section 1010, 1040 (Laser Safety Requirement)
    CDRH Class 1 Laser Product

    Operating Environment
    Base (1) W/Options (2)
    --------- -------------
    Sound Power
    Standby 4.2 Bels(A) 4.2 Bels(A)
    Operating 6.5 Bels(A) 7.2 Bels(A)

    Sound Pressure
    Standby 27.8 dB(A) 27.8 dB (A)
    Operating 54.8 dB(A) 57.6 dB (A)

    In accordance with ISO 7779 (DIN EN 27779).

    Notes: (1) Print engine only
    (2) Print engine, duplex, 2,500 Sheet Input and 2,000 Sheet Finisher

    Electrical Specification
    100 Volt, 50/60 Hz (Japan)
    100 - 127 Volt, 50/60 Hz (Low Voltage Model)
    220 - 240 Volt, 50/60 Hz (High Voltage Model)

    Power Consumption & Thermal Output

    Average Power Consumption for Standard Configuration (Engine, Duplex and Controller) in Watts, (British Thermal Units per hour, BTU/HR) and Volt-Amperes (VA) are listed below:

    Watts (BTU/HR) VA
    --------------- ------
    Idle, Power Saver On
    100 V. (Japan) 36 154 80
    120 V. 37 154 87
    220 V. 48 171 50

    Idle, Power Saver Off
    100 V. (Japan) 150 200 512
    120 V. 150 200 512
    220 V. 180 180 614

    Printing
    100 V. (Japan) 700 750 2390
    120 V. 700 750 2390
    220 V. 725 700 2470

    Ozone Emissions

    Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 ozone emissions are 0.02 parts per million (ppm) or less 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.

    Specified Operating Environment

    Operating Temperature: 50 to 90 deg F (10 to 32 deg C)
    Humidity: 15 to 85% RH
    Maximum Wet Bulb temperature of 80 deg F
    Altitude: 0-8,200 ft (0 - 2,500 m)

    Storage and Shipping
    Temperature -4 to 104 deg F (-20 to 40 deg C)
    Humidity: 5 to 95% RH
    Altitude: 0-8,200 ft (0-2,500 m) Storage
    0-49,200 ft (0-15,000 m) Shipping

    Limitations
    Feature numbers 4520 (2500-sheet input unit) and 4530 (printer stand) are mutually exclusive.
    Feature numbers 4620/4621 (120/220V finisher) require feature 4520 as a prerequisite.
    Hardware Requirements

    The standard IEEE1284 parallel port interface (Level II electronics, with a Type B connector) will attach to:

    Network Computer (NC) Products

    IBM PC Family
    IBM PC 300 (TM)
    IBM Aptiva (TM)
    IBM ThinkPad (TM)

    Non-IBM personal computers utilizing Centronics Parallel interface or IEEE1284 parallel interface

    RS/6000 Family
    Large Scale Servers
    Enterprise Servers
    Workgroup Servers
    Workstations

    Netfinity Servers

    Optional Interfaces (2 Slots Available)
    Two of the same optional interfaces cannot be installed on the printer at the same time.

    The Twinaxial Interface will attach to the following devices:

    • AS/400e servers and e-systems
    • AS/400 Twinaxial Workstation Controllers
    • AS/400 Advanced System/36 Twinaxial Workstation Controller
    • 5394 Remote Control Unit attached to AS/400
    • 5494 Remote Control Unit attached to AS/400

    The NDS Coax Interface will attach to the following devices:

    • 3174 Controller
      Configuration Support A, Release 5.6 (Lower levels may be acceptable)
      Configuration Support B, Release 4.2 (Lower levels may be acceptable)
      Configuration Support C, Release 6.0 (Lower levels may be acceptable)
    • ES/9000 Processor Workstation Subsystem Controller
    • 9370 Information System, Workstation Subsystem Controller
    • S/390 Generation 5 (G5) servers
    • Multiprise 2000 servers

    The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 will support either the Ethernet or Fast Ethernet network cards but only one of these cards can be installed at a time.

    The Ethernet Network Card will attach to:

    • 10BaseT Ethernet
    • 10Base2 Ethernet

    The Fast Ethernet Network Card will attach to:

    • 10BaseT Ethernet
    • 100BaseTX Ethernet (Category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair using RJ-45 connector)

    The Token Ring Network Card will attach to:

    • 4 Mbps Token Ring Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) or Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP)
    • 16 Mbps Token Ring Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) or Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP)


    The minimum engine first print out times in seconds are as follows:
    Simplex
    -------
    Paper Size Tray 1 Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5
    ---------- ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
    Letter (8.5" x 11") 4 4.8 5.1 6 7.2
    A4 (210 x 297 mm) 4 4.8 5.1 6 7.2
    Duplex
    ------
    Letter (8.5" x 11") 8.6 9.4 9.7 10.6 11.8
    A4 (210 x 297 mm) 8.6 9.4 9.7 10.6 11.8

    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 in the face-down tray. These times are subject to a number of variables including: input source, page size, attachment type, duplex printing, communication line speed, page complexity, etc. Duplex printing will approximately double the "first print-out" time.

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

    The maximum rated engine speeds are as follows in Pages (simplex) Per Minute (PPM):

    Tray 1/2 Tray 3 Tray 4/5 Aux.Tray
    ---------- --------- --------- ----------
    Paper Size Simp. Dup. Simp. Dup. Simp. Dup. Simp. Dup.
    ---------- ---- ---- ----- ---- ----- ---- ----- ----
    A4 (210 x 297 mm) LEF 32 32 32 30 32/32 25/20 26 --
    SEF 24 16 24 16 -- -- 21 --
    Letter (8.5" x 11") LEF 32 32 32 30 32/32 25/20 26 --
    SEF 24 17 24 17 -- -- 21 --
    A5 (210 x 149 mm) LEF 32 21 -- -- -- -- -- --
    B4 (257 x 364 mm) SEF 20 15 20 15 -- -- 19 --
    B5 JIS (257 x 182 mm) 32 32 32 30 32 25/20 -- --
    Folio (8.5" x 13") SEF 20 15 20 15 -- -- 19 --
    Legal (8.5" x 14") SEF 20 15 20 15 -- -- 19 --
    Ledger (11" x 17") SEF 16 13 16 13 -- -- 16 --
    A3 (420 x 297 mm) SEF 16 13 16 13 -- -- 16 --
    Executive (7.25" x 10.5") 32 32 32 30 32 25/20 -- --
    Statement (8.5" x 5.5") 32 21 -- -- -- -- -- --
    HAGAKI (148 x 100mm) supported in auxiliary tray only
    (9.5 x 4.125 in.)
    Universal supported in auxiliary tray only
    (147 x 100 mm Min.)
    (431.8 x 297.4 mm Max.)
    Universal Envelope supported in envelope tray only

    LEF is Long Edge Feed, SEF is Short Edge Feed.

    Notes: (1) IPDS menu items to specify overlay cache and print mode are provided to allow performance optimization for complex image jobs.
    (2) Additional memory may be required when using these modes for performance optimization. Customers should evaluate their unique job sets to determine if additional memory is required.
    (3) For overlays that are primarily text or text drawing rules, overlay caching will not enhance performance and will utilize more memory. IPDS overlay cache should be set to "OFF" for these jobs.

    Software Requirements

    Attachment/Protocol/Data Stream/Operating System Support
    PC Parallel Interface
    ----------------------------------------

    Protocol Data Stream Operating System
    -------- ----------- ----------------
    PC PCL5e Windows 3.1/3.11/95/98, NT 4.0, OS/2
    2.11 & Warp, AIX 3.2.5, AIX 4.1 and higher, Sun Solaris 2.3 and higher, HP-UX 9.0x, HP-UX 10.0x, SCO UNIX OPENSERVER 5.0, SCO
    UNIX OPENDESKTOP 3.0, SCO UNIX 3.2V4.2
    PostScript 2/3 Windows 3.1/3.11/95/98, AIX 3.2.5, AIX 4.1 and higher, Sun
    Solaris 2.3 and higher, HP-UX 9.0x, HP-UX 10.0x, SCO UNIX OPENSERVER 5.0, SCO
    UNIX OPENDESKTOP 3.0, SCO UNIX 3.2V4.2, WIN-OS/2 for OS/2 2.11 & Warp
    PostScript 2 OS/2 (R) 2.11, Warp, Warp J, NT 4.0, Windows NT J4.0
    PC PostScript 2/3 Windows 95 J
    PC PCL5e P-Windows 3.2, T-Windows 3.1, Windows 95 (S-C), Windows 95 (T-C), Windows NT 4.0 (S-C), Windows NT 4.0 (T-C)
    PC AFPDS, SCS to OS/400 (R) 3.2 HPT Facility
    PCL5e (Host Print Transform)
    PC PostScript 2/3 Apple System 7.5 and Up
    PC PostScript 2/3 Apple KanjiTalk 7.5 and Up
    PC PAGES & ESC/P Windows 3.1/95J/98J, NT 3.51/4.0, AIX 3.2.5, (Japan) AIX 4.1 and higher, OS/2 J2.11,
    OS/2 Warp 3.0 and above, PC-DOS J6.3/V and above


    Optional Token-Ring and Ethernet
    --------------------------------

    Protocol Data Stream Operating System
    -------- ----------- ----------------
    IPX/SPX PCL5e, Novell NetWare 2.15, 2.2, 3.0, 3.1, 3.11,
    PostScript(PS) (NEST 1.0) 3.12, 4.0, 4.01, 4.1
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS Novell NetWare 3.11, 3.12, 4.0, 4.01, 4.1
    TCP/IP PS NetWare J 3.12J & 4.11J
    IPX/SPX PS NetWare J 3.12J & 4.11J
    NETBIOS/NETBEUI PCL5e, PS IBM LAN Server 1.3 and above, Warp Server
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS IBM LAN Server 2.0 and above, Warp Server
    NETBIOS/NETBEUI PCL5e, PS Microsoft LAN Manager 2.O and above
    TCP/IP IPDS PSF for AIX 2.1, Infoprint Manager
    for AIX 2.1
    TCP/IP IPDS PSF/2 2.0
    TCP/IP IPDS PSF/MVS 2.2, OS/390 Print Server
    TCP/IP IPDS PSF/400 3.1, 3.2, 3.6, 3.7, 4.1, 4.2
    IEEE 802.3 IPDS PSF for AIX 2.1, Infoprint Manager
    for AIX 2.1
    IEEE 802.3 IPDS PSF/2 2.0
    IEEE 802.3 IPDS PSF/MVS 2.2
    IEEE 802.3 IPDS PSF/400 3.1, 3.2, 3.6, 3.7, 4.1, 4.2
    TokenTalk** PS Apple** System 7
    EtherTalk** PS Apple System 7
    TokenTalk** PS KanjiTalk 7.5/7.6, MAC OS 8.0
    EtherTalk** PS KanjiTalk 7.5/7.6, MAC OS 8.0
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS Windows NT 4.0
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS AIX 3.2.5, 4.1, 4.2 and later
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS OS/400 3.1 and later
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS Sun Solaris 2.3 and higher
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS SCO-UNIX OPENDESKTOP 3.0,
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS SCO-UNIX OPENSERVER 5.0, SCO-UNIX 3.3V4.2
    TCP/IP PCL5e, PS HP-UX 9.0x, HP-UX 10.0x
    IPX/SPX PAGES NetWare 3.12J & 4.11J
    NETBIOS/NETBEUI IBM LAN Server 2.0 and above
    IBM Warp Server V3 and above
    TCP/IP PAGES NetWare 3.12J & 4.11J
    IBM LAN Server 2.0 and above
    IBM AIX 3.2.5 and above
    OS/400 V3.2 and above with HPT

    Optional Coax Interface
    -----------------------

    Protocol Data Stream Operating System
    -------- ----------- -----------------------------------
    NDS IPDS PSF/MVS 2.2 (2.1.x is out of service)
    NDS IPDS PSF/VSE 2.2.1
    NDS IPDS PSF/VM 2.1.1, 2.1.0 + maintenance
    NDS IPDS VPS**
    NDS SCS, DSC, DSE VPS
    NDS IPDS GDDM 2.3
    NDS SCS, DSC, DSE GDDM 2.3
    NDS IPDS VM RSCS 3.1.1 or higher
    NDS SCS, DSC, DSE VM RSCS 3.1.1 or higher
    NDS SCS, DSC, DSE JES328X 2.0
    NDS SCS, DSC, DSE VTAM
    NDS SCS CICS/MVS
    NDS SCS CICS/VSE

    Optional Twinax Interface (1)
    -----------------------------

    Protocol Data Stream Operating System
    -------- ----------- ----------------
    Arctic IPDS PSF/400 3.1, 3.2, 3.6, 3.7, 4.1, 4.2
    Arctic IPDS OS/400 3.1, 3.2, 3.6, 3.7, 4.1, 4.2
    Arctic SCS OS/400 3.6, 3.1, 3.0.5
    Arctic SCS, IPDS SSP Rel. 7.1
    Arctic SCS, IPDS OS/400 3.6 with SSP Rel. 7.5

    Note: (1) OS/400 Version 2.2, 2.3 are out of service


    IBM OS/400 ASCII Printer Support

    The printer is supported as a Workstation Customization Object under the Host Print Transform (HPT) facility of OS/400 V3.2.

    HPT transforms the AFPDS or SCS data stream to ASCII for printing to AS/400 ASCII 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 the OS/400 TCP/IP Line Printer Requester (LPR) and Line Printer Daemon (LPD).

    HPT support has the following limitations:

    No host selection of envelope tray without modification of the workstation customization object

    PCL** Font Support

    The standard resident fonts include the following:

    35 PCL Outline Fonts (Intellifont**):
    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**

    PCL Bitmapped Fonts
    LinePrinter 16.7 pitch, 8.5 Pt (Portrait)
    LinePrinter 16.7 pitch, 8.5 Pt (Landscape)

    18 PCL TrueType Fonts
    4 Arial
    4 Times New Roman
    1 Symbol
    1 Wingdings**
    4 Prestige Elite (Addition to standard PCL set)
    4 Century Schoolbook (Addition to standard PCL set)

    PCL DBCS (Optional)
    Simplified Chinese
    7,445 characters
    STSong
    STKAI
    STHei
    Traditional Chinese
    13,520 characters
    MSungGB5-Light
    MHeiGB5-Medium

    PostScript Support

    The Adobe PostScript SIMM 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
    AvantGarde 4 NewCenturySchlbk 4
    Bodoni 6 NewYork 1
    Bookman 4 Optima 4
    Carta 1 Oxford 1
    Clarendon 3 Palatino 4
    CooperBlack 2 StempelGaramond 4
    Copperplate 2 Symbol 1
    Coronet 1 Tekton 1
    Courier 4 Times 4
    GillSans 9 Univers 14
    Eurostile 4 Wingdings 1
    Geneva 1 ZapfChancery 1
    Goudy 5 ZapfDingbats 1
    Helvetica 4 ArialMT 4
    Helvetica Narrow 4 TimesNewRomanPS 4
    HoeflerText 5 Helvetica Condensed 4
    JoannaMT 4 Chicago 1
    LetterGothic 4
    LubalinGraph 4

    The following Adobe PostScript 2 fonts are not part of the Adobe PostScript 3 set:
    ACaslon-Regular Formata-Italic
    ACaslon-Italic Formata-Medium
    ACaslon-Semibold Formata-MediumItalic
    ACaslon-SemiboldItalic Formata-Regular
    AGaramond-Regular Kaufman
    AGaramond-Bold Lithos-Black
    AGaramond-BoldItalic Lithos-Regular
    AGaramond-Italic Parisian
    Americana ParkAvenue
    Americana-ExtraBold Poetica-SuppOrnaments
    Barmeno-Bold Tekton-Bold
    Barmeno-ExtraBold Trajan-Bold
    Barmeno-Medium WoodtypeOrnamanets-Two
    Barmeno-Regular
    Blackoak

    Adobe PostScript 3 offers the following additional function beyond Level 2:

    Advanced Page Processing
    More standard resident fonts, 136, which minimizes required font downloads
    Faster performance, on simple and complex applications
    More efficient and smaller data stream creation

    Enhanced Image Technology
    Improved grey scale output quality for image applications
    Recognition of image objects for high speed processing

    PostScript and PAGES & ESC/P DBCS

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

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

    Printer Drivers

    The following SBCS ASCII drivers are available:
    Driver Name Operating System Support
    --------------------- ------------------------
    Windows for PCL5e Windows 3.1/3.11/95/98,
    WIN-OS/2 for
    OS/2 2.11 and Warp

    Windows NT for PCL5e Windows NT 4.0

    Windows for PostScript 2/3 Windows 3.1/3.11/95/98,
    Win-OS/2 for
    OS/2 2.11 and Warp

    Windows NT for PostScript 2 Windows NT 4.0

    OS/2 PCL5e OS/2 2.11, Warp

    OS/2 PostScript 2 OS/2 2.11, Warp

    AIX PCL5e AIX 3.2.5, 4.1 and higher

    AIX PostScript 2/3 AIX 3.2.5, 4.1 and higher

    Macintosh PostScript 2/3 MAC OS 7.5.5 through 8.0

    Sun PCL5e Solaris 2.3 and higher
    PostScript 2/3

    SCO UNIX PCL5e
    PostScript 2/3 SCO UNIX OPENDESKTOP 3, SCO UNIX OPENSERVER 5, SCO UNIX 3.2V4.2

    HP-UX PCL5e
    PostScript 2/3 HP-UX 9.0x, HP-UX 10.0x


    The following DBCS ASCII drivers are available:
    Driver Operating Systems Supported
    ------ ---------------------------
    Windows Japanese PostScript Windows 95 Japanese Version
    Windows NT Japanese PostScript Windows NT 4.0
    Windows Japanese PostScript Windows 95 Japanese Version
    Windows NT Japanese PCL5e Windows NT 4.0
    Windows Simplified Chinese PCL5e P-Windows 3.2, Windows 95(S-C), NT4.0 (S-C)
    Windows Traditional Chinese PCL5e T-Windows 3.1, Windows 95(T-C), NT4.0 (T-C)
    OS/2 Japanese Postscript Warp J
    OS/2 Simplified Chinese PCL5e Warp S-C
    OS/2 Traditional Chinese PCL5e Warp T-C
    Macintosh Japanese PostScript KanjiTalk 7.5/7.6
    Macintosh Japanese PostScript MAC OS 8.0
    Japanese PAGES & ESC/P Windows 3.1/95J/98J, NT 3.51/4.0, OS/2 Warp J V3 and above, OS/2
    J2.11 (1)

    Note: Japanese support available at Japan GA

    Bi-di function includes:
    Auto-configuration of drivers and printer status for OS/2

    Drivers are shipped on CD-ROM with the printer. Drivers are also available from the IBM Printing Systems Company Home Page at: http://www.printers.ibm.com.

    Refer to SBCS/DBCS Drivers screen text for translation information.

    Software Solutions

    Network Printer Resource Utility (NPRU)

    NPRU is an application that provides a repository (resource inventory) for fonts and overlays (macros) on a workstation with access to an IBM printer. Once a font or overlay has been added to the NPRU inventory, it can be downloaded to temporary or permanent RAM on the printer or to a Flash or Hard Drive option if available.

    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 PCL5e, PostScript 2
    Windows 3.1x PCL5e
    Windows 95 PCL5e
    AIX 3.2.5, AIX 4.1 and higher PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)
    Sun Solaris 2.3 and higher PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)
    SCO UNIX OPENSERVER, PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)
    SCO UNIX OPENDESKTOP, PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)
    SCO UNIX 3.2V4.2 PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)
    HP-UX 9.0x, HP-UX 10.0x PCL5e, PostScript 2/3 (1)

    The NPRU is shipped with the printer, and is available on the IBM Printing Systems Company Home Page at: http://www.printers.ibm.com.

    IBM Network Printer Manager (NPM) Utility

    IBM provides the Network Printer Manager (NPM) Utility with an easy- to-use graphical interface for network administrators. NPM runs on these client platforms:
    Microsoft Windows 95 and NT 4.0
    Web Browser (Windows NT Servers)

    NPM helps users install and configure IBM network printers in LANs, including Novell 3.x and 4.X networks. 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.

    NPM uses the following protocols:

    Client Operating Control Configurable
    Systems Protocols Protocols
    ---------------- ------------- -------------------
    Windows 95/NT 4.0 TCP/IP, IPX/SPX TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, NetBios
    Web (1) TCP/IP, HTTP TCP/IP, NetBios, AppleTalk

    Note: (1) Netscape Navigator** and Microsoft Internet Explorer**


    NPM is shipped on CD-ROM with all printers. NPM is also available from the IBM Printing Systems Company Home Page at: http://www.printers.ibm.com

    Refer to the World Trade Considerations for translation information.

    Network Utilities

    The utilities listed below are shipped with all printers. These utilities are used to configure and setup the Network Interface Cards (NIC) for the following operating systems:

    Utility Operating System Protocols
    ------- ---------------- ---------
    LAN Server (1) IBM LAN Server 3.0 and higher NetBIOS, TCP/IP (Requires OS/2 2.11 or higher client)

    TES/Kermit (2) Novell NetWare 2.15, 2.3, 3.0, IPX/SPX 3.11, 3.12, 4.0, 4.01, 4.1 (3)

    LAN Manager Microsoft LAN Manager NETBIOS 2.0 and later

    Network utilities will be shipped on CD-ROM with the printer. Network Utilities are also available from the IBM Printing Systems Company Home Page at: http://www.printers.ibm.com.

    Notes: (1) The LAN Server Printer Utility redirects as many as 16 printer queues to IBM Network Printers installed on your network using TCP/IP or NetBIOS protocols. To use the LAN Server Printer Utility with the TCP/IP protocol, you need to have TCP/IP enabled on your server. No additional software is required to use the NetBIOS protocol.

    (2) Novell workstations require the TES terminal emulation program and Kermit to permit remote logon to an IBM printer NIC.

    TES is a terminate-and-stay-resident (TSR) program that can be loaded from the DOS prompt or from the AUTOEXEC.BAT file. TES must be loaded before the Kermit program can be started.

    Kermit is a terminal emulator program that works with TES to let a DOS workstation communicate with an IBM
    NIC, so commands can be used to configure the IBM NIC.

    (3) Using PConsole or NWAdmin in a NetWare 4.x environment, the printer NICs can be configured to run bindery emulation in a bindery context in the NDS tree.

    Windows NT 4.0 Network Port Monitor Utility

    The IBM Network Port Monitor provides bi-directional printer and job status for Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40. It runs only on Windows NT 4.0. However, clients on the following systems can benefit from the port monitor if they use a printer that was defined on a Window NT 4.0 machine and shared to the network:

    • Windows NT 4.0
    • Windows 95/98
    • Windows for Workgroups


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

    • Display the status of a printer before printing to it.
    • When a job disappears from the printer's queue view, it means the job has completed printing and is ready for pickup.
    • The status column of the queue provides detailed status 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.


    SNMP MIB Support

    MIB Standard RFC 1759
    Network Printer 12/17/24 compatible
    MIB II (MIB standard RFC 1213)

    Remote Control Panel MIB
    Network Printer 12/17/24 compatible
    hrMIB (MIB standard RFC 1514)

    Job MIB
    Job Table Document Tables
    Job Group Resource Accounting
    Job Spooling Additional Accounting
    Job Queues Job Events
    Completed Jobs

    Novell NetWare Support

    The following levels of Novell NetWare connectivity are supported via Token-Ring and Ethernet IBM Network Cards:

    As a PSERVER or RPRINTER with NetWare 3.11, 3.12

    As a PSERVER or NPRINTER with NetWare 4.x in NDS mode

    LPR Support

    The IBM LPR Remote Printing Client utility provides a TCP/IP print monitor port driver for seamless Windows 95 network printing. This port driver can be used on Windows 95 to direct print jobs from Windows applications to the IBM Infoprint 20 or 32 and IBM Network Printers. This utility supports other printers or print servers that runs a TCP/IP LPD print server. The port driver 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 standard RFC 1179 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.

    Infoprint Manager

    Infoprint Manager is a comprehensive software solution for managing digital printing. It combines award-winning print management technology with enhanced file management and spooling capabilities to address the requirements of a variety of print markets. Using Infoprint manager, you can submit diverse file types to a single system to be managed, printed, stored and reprinted quickly and efficiently.

    Combining superior print technology with built-in AFP and PostScript support, Infoprint Manager delivers production-volume, single-copy integrity with PostScript quality. Infoprint Manager simplifies the print process and reduces your operating expenses, whether you are printing books on a high speed printer or managing all the printing for your enterprise. It offers a complete system that meets your diverse printing needs, now and in the future.

    Highlights include:

    • Provides departmental printing support
    • Provides reliability for your mission critical applications
    • Manages one printer or a department of printers
    • Supports a wide range of printers (up to 1000+ ppm)
    • Hardware, software and services are available for Infoprint Manager

    PSF(TM)/MVS , PSF/VSE, PSF/VM Support Summary
    PSF/MVS PSF/VSE PSF/VM
    V2.2.0 V2.2.1 V2.1.1
    -------- ----------- --------
    Base Support:
    - 4028 Dev. Type Yes Yes Yes
    - Native(4332 Mode)Yes Yes Yes
    - 300 DPI Yes Yes Yes
    (OPC will report LF1 300 DPI printer, printer converts to 600 DPI)

    Paper Input Yes Yes Yes
    (6 Sources) (6 Sources) (6 Sources)
    Paper Output
    Primary Tray Yes Yes Yes
    Offset Jogging Yes Yes Yes

    Finisher
    - 2000 Sheet Stacking
    Yes Yes Yes
    - 3 Bin Support Yes Yes Yes
    - Stapling Yes No No
    - Offset Jogging Yes Yes Yes

    IPDS Towers: All All All

    IPDS Towers: All All All

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

    Font Download
    - Raster SBCS Yes Yes Yes
    (300 DPI raster converted to 600 DPI by the printer)

    Resident AFP Font Collection
    - 4028 Yes Yes Yes
    - Core Yes Yes Yes
    - Coordinated Yes Yes Yes


    PSF/MVS, PSF/VSE, PSF/VM Support Notes
    PSF/MVS APAR OW24360 is required for stapling.
    PSF/MVS 2.1.x is no longer supported or maintained by IBM.

    PSF/400 Support Summary
    PSF/400 PSF/400 (1) PSF/400 (1) PSF/400
    V3R1, V3R6 V3R2, V3R7 V4R1 V4R2
    ----------- --------- ----------- --------
    Base Support:
    - 4028 Dev. Type Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - Native (4332 Mode) Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - 300 DPI Yes Yes Yes Yes
    (OPC will report LF1 300 DPI printer, printer converts to 600 DPI)

    Paper Input Yes Yes Yes Yes
    (6 Sources) (6 Sources) (6 Sources) (6 Sources)
    Paper Output
    Primary Tray Yes Yes Yes Yes

    Finisher No Yes Yes Yes
    - 2000 Sheet Stacking Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - 3 Bin Support Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - Stapling No Yes Yes Yes
    - Offset Jogging Yes Yes Yes Yes

    IPDS Towers: All All All All

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

    Font Download
    - Raster SBCS Yes Yes Yes Yes
    (300 raster DPI converted to 600 DPI by the printer)

    Resident AFP Font Collection
    - 4028 Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - Core Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - Coordinated Yes Yes Yes Yes

    Note: (1) PTF support for stapling available 12/31/98

    PSF/6000(TM) and PSF/2(TM) Support Summary
    PSF for AIX Infoprint Infoprint PSF/2
    5765-505 Manager for Manager 5622-551
    V2.1 AIX V2.1 V3.1 V2.0
    ------------ ----------- ------------ --------
    Base Support:
    - 4028 Dev. Type Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - Native (4332 Mode) Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - 300 DPI Yes Yes Yes Yes
    (OPC will report LF1 300 DPI printer, printer converts to 600 DPI)

    Paper Input Yes Yes Yes Yes
    (6 Sources) (6 Sources) (6 Sources) (6 sources)
    Paper Output
    Primary tray Yes Yes Yes Yes

    Finisher
    - 2000 Sheet Stacking Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - 3 Bin Support Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - Stapling No No Yes No
    - Offset Jogging Yes Yes Yes Yes

    IPDS Towers: All All All All

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

    Font Download
    - Raster SBCS Yes Yes Yes Yes
    (300 DPI raster fonts converted to 600 DPI by the printer)

    Resident AFP Font Collection
    - 4028 Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - Core Yes Yes Yes Yes
    - Coordinated Yes Yes Yes Yes


    Coax Attachment Non-PSF Software Support
    Software - Minimum Level Data Stream Emulation
    ------------------------- -------------- ---------
    GDDM (R) V2.3 (1) 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, IPDS 4028, 3287
    CICS/MVS SCS 4028, 3287
    CICS/VSE SCS 4028, 3287

    Required PTFs for GDDM support can be found at the following WEB Site HTTP://www.software.ibm.com/ts/.gddm.

    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.

    Twinax Attachment Non-PSF Software
    OS/400 Support by Level
    -----------------------
    IPDS
    OS/400 Level AFP = No (1) SCS (2)
    ------------ ------------ ---------
    V3.1 Simplex/Duplex Simplex/Duplex
    V3.2 Simplex/Duplex Simplex/Duplex

    (1) 4028 Emulation
    (2) 5219 Emulation

    Other Non-PSF Software Support
    ------------------------------
    Software Minimum Level
    -------- -------------
    OfficeVision/400 (TM) V2.2
    Business Graphics Utility
    CL and DDS Commands
    SSP (1) Rel. 7.1
    OS/400 3.6 with SSP (1) SSP Rel. 7.5

    Notes: (1) The IPDS Advanced Function PRPQ (5799-QHK) is also supported.

    IPDS Resident Font Support

    Load Font Format 1 (LF1) is supported using outline font technology. This printer will create the LF1 "raster" fonts from the resident outlines. Under native mode, all printer-resident IPDS fonts are accessible to PSF.

    IBM 4028 Compatibility IPDS Resident Font Set

    Typeface FGID Typeface FGID
    -------- ---- -------- -----
    APL 76 Prestige Pica 10 Pitch 12
    Boldface 159 Prestige Elite Bold 12 111
    Courier 5 Pitch 244 Prestige Elite Italic 12 112
    Courier 10 Pitch 11 Times Roman Typo 6 pt 5687
    Courier 12 Pitch 85 Times Roman Typo 8 pt 5687
    Courier 15 Pitch 223 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 Italic 10 18 Times Roman Bold Typo 12 5707
    Courier Italic 12 92 Times Roman Bold Typo 14 5707
    Gothic Text 13.3 Pitch 203 Times Roman Bold Typo 18 5707
    Gothic Text 20 Pitch 283 Times Roman Bold Typo 24 5707
    Gothic Text 26.7 Pitch 290 Times Roman Ital. Typo 10 5815
    Letter Gothic 20 281 Times Roman Ital. Typo 12 5815
    OCR A 19 Times Roman Bold Italic 5835
    OCR B 03 Typo 10 pt
    Prestige 12 Pitch 86 Times Roman Bold Italic 5835
    Prestige 12 Pitch 164 Typo 12 pt 5835
    Prestige 15 Pitch 221
    Prestige 17.1 Pitch 256

    Notes on 4028 Font Compatibility:

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

    IBM Core Interchange Resident Scalable Font Set
    Typeface FGID
    --------- ----
    Latin 1/2/3/4/5 (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 Medium 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 2041
    Gothic Text 304 2041
    Letter Gothic 400 2041
    Letter Gothic Bold 404 2041
    OCR A 305 968
    OCR B 306 969
    Prestige 432 2041
    Prestige Bold 318 2041
    Prestige Italic 319 2041
    Katakana Gothic 304 130

    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 IPDS Resident Font Set" table. Code page 1303 is also resident to be used for code 128 bar codes.

    Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 Deviations to IPDS Architecture

    Copy counters are not incremented properly for identical copies

    When an LCC command requests multiple identical copies, this printer does not increment the copy counters while the identical copies are moving through the logical paper path. However, when all identical copies have reached a printer station (such as a stacker), the copy and page counters are incremented correctly. This problem does not occur with modified copies.

    This deviation can result in extra copies being printed after an asynchronous exception that causes repositioning within a copy subgroup.

    Groups that contain both simplex and duplex sheets cannot be stapled

    When a group to be stapled changes from simplex mode to duplex mode (or vice versa), this printer ejects the previously accumulated sheets into the stacker, issues exception ID X'02C7..09', and does not staple the groups of sheets.

    SCS Data Stream Font Mapping

    The coax or twinax interface uses PCL fonts when operating with a non-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).

    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

    Based on current IBM 3112/3116 resident coax SCS code page support.
    Language Code Page
    -------- -----------
    Arabic (1) 420
    Austrian/German 273, 286, 1141#
    Belgian 500, 1148#
    Brazilian Portuguese 275
    Canadian French 260
    Danish, Norwegian 277, 287, 1142#
    English (UK) 285, 1146#
    English (U.S., Canada) 037, 1140#, 1146#
    Finnish/Swedish 278, 288, 1143#
    French 297, 1147#
    Greek (1) 879
    Hebrew (1) 424
    Icelandic 871, 1149#
    Italian 280, 1144#
    Japanese (English) 281
    Multilingual 500, 1148#
    Spanish 284, 289, 1145#

    (#) Equivalent Euro Code Page

    Notes: (1) Requires option memory SIMMs described in the PCL Symbol Set Section

    National Language Support for Twinax SCS
    Language Code Page
    -------- ---------
    Arabic (1) 420
    Austrian/German 273, 1141#
    Belgian 500, 1148#
    Brazilian Portuguese 275
    Canadian French 260
    Danish/Norwegian 277, 1142#
    Dutch 037, 1140#
    English (UK) 285, 1146#
    Finnish/Swedish 278, 1143#
    French 297, 1147#
    Greek (1) 879
    Hebrew (1) 424
    Icelandic 871, 1149#
    Italian 280, 1144#
    Japanese (English) 281
    Multilingual 500, 256, 1148#
    Portuguese 282
    Spanish 284, 1145#
    Swiss 500, 1148#
    US/Canadian (English) 037, 1140#

    (#) Equivalent Euro Code Page

    Notes: (1) Requires option memory SIMMs described in the PCL Symbol Set Section

    PCL Symbols Set Support

    Below is a list of the supported resident PCL Symbol sets.
    Language Symbol Set
    -------- ----------
    Arabic CP 864 Arabic (3)
    Chinese (Simplified) Optional (See PCL Font List)
    Chinese (Traditional) Optional (See PCL Font List)
    Danish/Norwegian ISO 60: Danish/Norwegian
    Danish/Norwegian PC-8 DN, Danish/Norwegian
    French ISO 69: French
    German ISO 21: German
    Greek CP 869 Greek New (4)
    Hebrew CP 862 Hebrew (5)
    Italian ISO 15: Italian
    Latin 1 (1) ISO 8859/1 Latin 1
    Latin 2 (2) ISO 8859/2 Latin 2
    Latin 5 (2) ISO 8859/9 Latin 5
    Spanish ISO 17: Spanish
    Swedish ISO 11: Swedish Names
    UK ISO 4: United Kingdom

    Microsoft Publishing

    PC-8, Code Page 437
    Multilingual PC-850, Multilingual
    Latin 2 PC-852, Latin 2
    Turkish PC-Turk

    PS Text
    PS Math

    Ventura International
    Ventura US
    Ventura Math ISO

    Latin 1 Windows 3.0 Latin 1
    Latin 1 Windows 3.1 Latin 1
    Latin 2 Windows 3.1 Latin 2
    Latin 5 Windows 3.1 Latin 5

    Roman 8
    Desktop
    Legal
    ASCII
    Math-8
    PI Font
    MC Text
    Wingdings
    Symbol


    Notes: (1) Danish, Dutch, English, Faerose, Finnish, French, German,Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish,Swedish, Brazilian Portuguese. This symbol set is alsoknown as ECMA-94 and 8859-1.

    (2) See IPDS EBCDIC definition

    (3) Available through an optional Arabic Font SIMM.
    The SIMM contains 12 outline fonts in each of twocode pages (864, 1024):
    TypingL (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)
    Rokkal (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)
    Setting (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)

    (4) Available through an optional Greek Font SIMM.
    The SIMM contains 12 outline fonts in each of two
    code pages (869, 813):
    Courier (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)
    Helvetica (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)
    Times New Roman (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)

    (5) Available through an optional Hebrew Font SIMM.
    The SIMM contains 12 outline fonts in each of two code pages (862, 916):
    Shalom (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)
    Narkiss Tam (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)
    Narkissim (Normal, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)

    Adobe PostScript Character Set Support
    Character Set Encoding Vector
    ------------- ---------------
    ISOAdobe ISOLatin1

    Planning Information

    Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 is designed as Customer Setup (CSU). The customer is responsible for:

    • Adequate site, system and other vendor preparation
    • Receipt at the customer's receiving dock and placement of the printer
    • Installation and configuration of the printer by following the installation instructions
    • Installing and maintaining cables
    • Ordering and replacing supplies
    • Loading print media and clearing jams


    Cable Orders

    A U.S. line cord is provided with the 120-volt printer.

    Other attachment cables are not provided with the printer, and must be provided by the customer.

    IBM PC Parallel Cable #63H2804 (feature number 4180) is recommended when attaching the printer to a parallel port.

    World Trade Considerations
    Printer Resident Font Support
    PAGES
    PCL PS IPDS & ESC/P(9)
    --- -- ---- -------
    Group 1 Languages
    Japanese DBCS No Yes No Yes
    German Yes Yes Yes No
    French Yes Yes Yes No
    Simp. Chin.(DBCS)(8) Yes No No No
    Italian Yes Yes Yes No
    Spanish Yes Yes Yes No
    Brazilian Portug. Yes Yes Yes No
    Trad. Chin.(DBCS)(8) Yes No No No
    Korean No No No No
    U.S. English Yes Yes Yes No

    Group 2 Languages
    Danish Yes Yes Yes
    Dutch Yes Yes Yes
    Swedish Yes Yes Yes
    Finnish (1) Yes Yes
    Arabic (L6) (8) Yes No Yes
    Norwegian Yes Yes Yes
    Portuguese (1) Yes Yes
    Russian (L5) Yes No Yes
    Hebrew (L8) (8) Yes No Yes
    Thai No No No
    Polish (L2) Yes No(3) Yes
    Turkish Yes No(3) Yes
    Czech (L2) Yes No(3) Yes
    Hungarian (L2) Yes No(3) Yes
    Greek (8) Yes No Yes
    Group 3
    Albanian (L1) Yes Yes Yes
    Bulgarian (L5) Yes No Yes
    Byelorussian (L5) Yes No Yes
    Catalan (L1) Yes Yes Yes
    Croatian (L2) Yes No(3) Yes
    Estonian (L4) No No(3) Yes
    Farsi (L6) No No No
    Icelandic (1) Yes Yes
    Latvian (L4) No No(3) Yes
    Lithuanian (L4) No No(3) Yes
    Macedonian (L5) Yes No Yes
    Romanian (L2) Yes No(3) Yes
    Serbian (L5) Yes No Yes
    Slovakian (L2) Yes No(3) Yes
    Slovenian (L2) Yes No(3) Yes
    Ukranian (L5) Yes No Yes
    Urdu (L8) No No No
    Vietnamese (L?) No No No
    Laotian (L?) No No No

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

    Group 2D Languages
    Belgium Dutch (1) Yes Yes

    Notes: (1) Supported via ISO Latin 1
    (2) Brazilian Portuguese only
    (3) We do not support ISOAdobeCE
    (4) Standard U.S. English
    (5) Standard French
    (6) Standard Italian
    (7) Standard Dutch
    (8) Available via optional SIMMs
    (9) Japan Only


    Publications Languages
    Language (1)
    --------
    Brazilian Portuguese
    Danish
    Dutch
    English
    Finnish
    French
    German
    Italian
    Japanese (Kanji)
    Norwegian
    Russian (2)
    Spanish
    Swedish
    Simplified Chinese
    Traditional Chinese

    Notes: (1) Translated publications availability is based on country
    translation center commitment dates received from TPS.

    (2) Selected printer documents will be translated into these
    languages.

    Operator Panel Message Languages
    Language #
    --------
    Brazilian Portuguese
    Danish
    Dutch
    English
    Finnish
    French
    German
    Italian
    Japanese - Katakana
    Norwegian
    Spanish
    Swedish

    # The operator panel template is translated into all the
    languages listed here.


    SBCS Printer Driver Screen Text
    Eng- Br. Ita- Spa- Russ-
    lish Portug. Dutch French German lian nish ian
    ---- ------- ----- ------ ------ ---- ----- ------
    OS/2
    PCL X X X X X X X X
    PostScript 2 X X X X X X X

    Windows 3.1x
    PCL X X X X X X X X
    PostScript 3 X X X X X

    Windows 95/98
    PCL X X X X X X X X
    PostScript 3 X X X X X X X

    Windows NT 4.0
    PCL X X X X X X X X
    PostScript 2 X X X X X X X

    Apple Mac.
    PostScript 3 X X X X X X X

    IBM AIX
    PCL X X X X X X
    PostScript 3 X X X X X X

    Sun Solaris
    PCL X X X X X X
    PostScript 3 X X X X X X

    SCO-UNIX
    PCL X X X X X X
    PostScript 3 X X X X X X

    HP-UX
    PCL X X X X X X
    PostScript 3 X X X X X X


    DBCS Printer Driver Screen Text
    Japanese Simplified Traditional
    (Kanji) Chinese Chinese
    -------- ---------- ------------
    OS/2 Warp
    PCL X X
    PostScript X
    PAGES(Japan) X
    Windows 3.1x/3.2
    PCL X X
    PostScript
    PAGES(Japan) X
    Windows 95/98
    PCL X X X
    PostScript X
    PAGES(Japan) X
    Windows NT 3.51
    PCL
    PostScript
    PAGES(Japan) X
    Windows NT 4.0
    PCL X X X
    PostScript X
    PAGES(Japan) X
    Macintosh
    PostScript X

    Note: Japanese support available at Japan GA
    NPRU (Network Printer Resource Utility)
    IBM AIX, Sun
    Windows Windows OS/2 Solaris, HP-UX
    3.1 (PCL) 95/98(PCL) (PCL & PS) and SCO-Unix
    --------- -------- ---------- --------------
    SBCS Languages
    English X X X X
    Br. Portuguese X X X X
    Dutch X X X
    French X X X X
    German X X X X
    Italian X X X X
    Spanish X X X X
    DBCS Languages
    Simp. Chinese X X (PCL)
    Trad. Chinese X X (PCL)
    Japanese (Kanji) X (PS)

    Network Printer Manager Software
    Windows
    95/NT Web
    -------- --------
    English X X
    Brazilian Portuguese X
    French X
    German X
    Italian X
    Spanish X
    Simplified Chinese (DBCS) X
    Traditional Chinese (DBCS) X
    Japanese (DBCS) X

    TCP/IP Network Port Monitor Utility
    Windows
    NT 4.0
    -------
    English X
    Brazilian Portuguese X
    French X
    Dutch X
    German X
    Italian X
    Spanish X
    Simplified Chinese (DBCS) X
    Traditional Chinese (DBCS) X
    Japanese X


    World Trade Line Cords
    Countries Requiring Cord 13F9979 (Feature 9970)
    -----------------------------------------------

    Afghanistan Hungary Norway
    Algeria Iceland Poland
    Andorra Indonesia Portugal
    Angola Iran Romania
    Armenia Ivory Coast Senegal
    Belgium Jordan Serbia
    Benin Kazakhstan Slovakia
    Bosnia Latvia Slovenia
    Burundi Lebanon Spain
    Bulgaria Lithuania Sudan
    Cameroon Luxembourg Sweden
    Central African Republic Macau Syria
    Chad Madagascar Togo
    Congo Malagasy Tunisia
    Cote D'Ivoire Mali Turkey
    Croatia Mauritius Upper Volta
    Czech Republic Mauritania Ukraine
    Egypt Monaco Vietnam
    Finland Montenegro Yugoslavia
    France Morocco Zaire
    French Guiana Mozambique Zimbabwe
    Georgia Netherlands
    Germany New Caledonia
    Greece Niger
    Guinea

    Countries Requiring Cord 13F9997 (Feature 9975)
    -----------------------------------------------
    Denmark
    Greenland

    Countries Requiring Cord 14F0015 (Feature 9972)
    -----------------------------------------------
    Bangladesh Sri Lanka
    Burma South Africa
    Myanmar Swaziland
    Nambia Zimbabwe
    Pakistan

    Countries Requiring Cord 14F0033 (Feature 9971)
    -----------------------------------------------
    Antiqua Malaysia United Arab Emirates
    Bahrain Malawi Zambia
    Brunei Malta
    Channel Islands Nepal
    Cyprus Nigeria
    Fiji Oman
    Ghana Polynesia
    Hong Kong Qatar
    India Sierra Leone
    Ireland Singapore
    Iraq Somalia
    Jordan South Yemen
    Kenya Tanzania
    Kuwait Uganda
    Libya United Kingdom
    Yemen

    Countries Requiring Cord 14F0051 (Feature 9974)
    -----------------------------------------------
    Liechtenstein
    Switzerland

    Countries Requiring Cord 14F0069 (Feature 9973)
    -----------------------------------------------
    Chile
    Ethiopia
    Italy

    Countries Requiring Cord 14F0087 (Feature 9976)
    -----------------------------------------------
    Israel

    Countries Requiring Cord 1838574 (Feature 9978)
    -----------------------------------------------
    Peru (220 Volt) Thailand

    Countries Requiring Cord 6952311 (Feature 9979)
    -----------------------------------------------
    Argentina Papua New Guinea
    Australia Paraguay
    Brazil (120 Volt) Uruguay
    China (PRC) Western Samoa
    New Zealand

    Countries Using Standard U.S. Cord 6952300 (Feature 9251)
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Aruba Guyana Suriname
    Bahamas Haiti Taiwan
    Barbados Honduras Tobago
    Belize Jamaica Trinidad
    Bermuda Japan (100 Volt) United States
    Bolivia Korea Venezuela
    Canada Liberia Virgin Islands
    Cayman Islands Mexico
    Columbia Netherland Antilles
    Costa Rica Nicaragua
    Curacao Panama
    Dominican Republic Philippines
    El Salvador Peru (120 Volt)
    Ecuador Puerto Rico
    Guatemala Saudi Arabia

    Non-ship Group Publications:
    ---------------------------
    User's Guide S544-5484
    Twinax/Coax Configuration Guide (1) G544-5241
    Ethernet/Token-Ring Configuration Guide G544-5240
    IPDS/SCS Technical Reference S544-5312
    PCL5e/PostScript Technical Reference S544-5344
    Ethernet/Token Ring Quick Configuration Guide G544-5499

    Note: (1) Also ships with coax and twinax cards

    No Charge Specify Codes

    Note: The Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40 has no non-chargeable features.
    Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable

    Mach. Model Feature Part
    Type Number Number Description

    ----- ----- ------- ------ ----------- ---------------
    4332 001 38L1185 Infoprint 32 (120 Volt)
    4501 90H3538 500-Sheet Paper Tray (Extra)

    4520 90H3539 2500-sheet Input Unit
    4620 90H3540 2000-sheet finisher(100/120V)
    4621 90H3541 2,000-sheet finisher (220V)
    4511 90H3542 Envelope Feeder
    4630 90H3543 Optional Face-up Output Tray
    4120 06L9835 IBM Network Card for Token Ring
    4161 06L9838 IBM Network Card for Ethernet 10BaseT/10Base2
    4162 11L6573 IBM Network Card for Fast Ethernet 10/100BaseTX

    4820 90H3547 IBM IPDS SIMM

    4850 38L1044 IBM IPDS DBCS Resource HDD
    4171 06L9846 IBM Coax SCS Interface
    4141 06L9849 IBM Twinax SCS Interface
    4304 63H2463 4MB Memory SIMM
    4308 63H2465 8MB Memory SIMM
    4316 63H2467 16MB Memory SIMM
    4332 63H2469 32MB Memory SIMM
    4030 63H2443 2MB Flash Memory SIMM
    4032 63H2444 4MB Flash Memory SIMM
    4320 90H0610 Hard Drive
    4180 63H2804 PC Parallel Cable
    4530 90H3544 Printer Stand
    4812 06L9885 Multi-Language Template
    90H3566 Toner Cartridge
    90H3567 Usage Kit (120V)

    90H3570 Staple Refill
    90H3571 Staple Cartridge
    4402 38L1045 Duplex Unit
    4050 24L5049 Relocation Kit - Printer
    4051 24L5050 Relocation Kit - 2500 Input
    4052 24L5051 Relocation Kit - Finisher

    # Supplies item
    9250 63H5828 6 ft US (Chicago) Line Cord
    4810 07L0012 Japanese DBCS Font SIMM
    2924 90H3553 English Language
    Language Groups (contains User's
    Guide and Quick Reference Card)
    2980 90H3559 Brazilian Portug. Language
    2931 90H3560 Spanish Language

    Supplies

    Consumables
    Description Part Number Approximate Average Yield (1)
    ----------- ----------- -----------------------------
    Toner Cartridge P/N 90H3566 23,000 pages (simplex)
    Staple Refill P/N 90H3570 3 staple refill sets,- 3 x 5,000 (15,000 total)
    Staple Cartridge P/N 90H3571 3 staple cartridges withstaples, 3 x 5,000 (15,000total)

    Notes: (1) Approximate average yield has been established with a coverage of 5% on letter sized paper, default Density and Normal Mode. Econo Mode may increase the yield of the toner cartridge up to 40 percent. This yield increase was established with a toner coverage of 5%, default Density setting, Econo Mode setting and an average of 3 to 4 pages per print job.

    Customer Installed Usage Kits

    It is the customer's responsibility to ensure the availability of these necessary items for operation of Infoprint 32 and Infoprint 40, and to order and maintain an adequate stock of these parts. The components of the Usage Kits are part of the base printer. The following replacement Usage Kits are available:

    Description Part Number Approximate Yield
    ----------- ----------- -----------------
    Usage Kit 120V (1) P/N 90H3567 300,000 impressions

    (1) Includes a fuser, bias transfer roller and feed roller.Significant use of heavy paper stock may impact fuser life.

    The above items are not available through the parts system or included in the warranty or maintenance service agreement.

    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.

    Usage Kits can be ordered through your IBM authorized printer or supplies reseller. If you have no reseller, you can be directed to the closest one in your area by contacting: IBM Printing Systems Company Supplies at 1-888-IBM-PRINT

    Diskettes

    None.
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