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Connecting A Local Printer - Philips M3001A Service Manual

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Connecting a Local Printer

The printer and any other non-medical equipment (such as the infrared to parallel
converter) are not allowed to be used within the patient vicinity (1.5m/4.9 ft).
If you are using an infrared to parallel converter, do the following:
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You can use the JetEye holder (which comes with the M3080A Option #H05) for optimal
positioning of the JetEye.
Read the documentation supplied with the JetEye for information on the JetEye power
supply, the correct connection and so on.
If you are using a printer with a built-in infrared port, position the printer according to the
following guidelines:
Installing the Instrument
Attach the support tray to the front, right corner of the table mount. The plastic
support tray push-fits over the lip of the table mount. Make sure the dove-tail slot on
the tray engages with the table mount correctly.
Remove the adhesive protection strip from the support tray and attach one half of
the velcro fixing onto it. Attach the other half of the velcro to the bottom of the
Wireless Infrared Printer Connector by peeling off the protective label.
Attach the Wireless Infrared Printer Connector firmly onto the support tray,
ensuring that the velcro fixings align. (It may be helpful to place the Monitor in
position to line-up the infrared devices).
Connect the parallel port to the printer.
Position the converter according to the following guidelines:
• within 100cm (40") of the infrared port, and
• within 15° of the line perpendicular to the plane of the port.
Connecting a Local Printer
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