This unit has been certified according to Standard CSA C22.2 NO.60601.1. For the customers in the U.S.A and Canada Model UP-D55 is Non-Patient Equipment. This unit can not be used in the vicinity of patients. * Patient Vicinity Important safeguards/notices for use in the medical environments 1.
Consult your dealer. (According to standard EN60601-1-2 and CISPR11, Class B, Group 1) Caution When you dispose of the unit or accessories, you must obey the law in the relative area or country and the regulation in the relative hospital. Warning on power connection Use a proper power cord for your local power supply.
Getting Started System Overview The UP-D55 digital color printer is designed to reproduce computer images on A-5 size paper. You can print out computer image data in full color (with 256 shades per color, a total of more than 16,700,000 colors in all) in high resolution print mode (approximately 379 dpi).
H Paper tray (13) Load paper into this tray. I ! POWER switch (13) Press this switch to turn the printer on or off. Rear Panel A - AC IN connector Use a proper power cord for your local power supply (not supplied).
• USB 2.0 supports Hi-speed USB, in addition to the existing Full (Low) speed. • The UP-D55 can be connected as Full-speed in a USB 1.1 environment. However, to use the UP-D55 with Hi-speed USB functions in a USB 1.1 environment, the following requirements must be met.
2.0, or all USB 2.0 extension boards/extension cards cannot be guaranteed. Note When the UP-D55 is connected to the computer with the power turned on, do not turn your computer to standby mode (suspend status) or in pause mode. Doing so may cause a malfunction of the operation.
• Use only ink ribbon and paper designed for use with this printer. Failing to do so is likely to result in malfunctions. (See“Ink Ribbon and Paper” on page 16.)
Detach the spent ink ribbon from the ink ribbon holder. Pushing the ink ribbon spool that takes up the ink ribbon in the direction of the arrow, remove the spool from the side with the gray gear. Pushing the ink ribbon spool that sends the ink ribbon in the direction of the arrow, remove the spool from the side with the white gear.
Note If the ribbon is left slack, it may be damaged when the ink ribbon cartridge is inserted into the printer. Turn the gears in the direction of the arrows until any slack is eliminated and the magenta section of the ink ribbon appears.
To load paper in the paper tray and insert the paper tray into the printer, follow the procedure below. Be careful not to touch the printing surface of the paper. When you use the printer for the first time, start the operation to insert the paper tray from step 2. Notes •...
Note If you cannot insert the ink ribbon cartridge completely, check whether any paper is left inside the printer. If you find a left sheet, slowly pull it straight out. When storing the paper • Avoid storing the paper in a location subject to: –...
ALARM indicator lights. In such a case, remove the printouts accumulated on the paper tray. The printer will start to print the remaining copies automatically. • Do not leave more than 10 sheets of ejected printouts on the paper tray.
• Do not place a heavy object such as a monitor on the printer. Condensation • If the printer is subject to wide or sudden changes in temperature, such as when it is moved from a cold room to a warm room or when it is left in a room with a heater that tends to produce large amounts of moisture, condensation may form inside the printer.
When printing the full-image: 2528 × 1920 dots Total gradation 256 levels each for yellow, magenta, and cyan Printing time When the printer is set to high speed: Approximately 20 seconds Thermal head 14.93 dots/mm (USB) connector Universal Serial Bus (USB) Specification Revision 2.0...
Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. Symptoms Possible causes and remedies The printer does not • The POWER switch of the printer is print, even if the not set to ON. tSet the POWER switch of the command is sent from the computer.
Blinking PRINT Printing PRINT Data receiving PRINT The thermal head is being (In this case, heated so that the printer is it blinks ready to start. slowly.) RIBBON • The ink ribbon has been exhausted. tReplace the old one with •...
• When you remove the jammed paper, be careful not to injure your fingers when touching the parts inside the printer. Be sure to set the power switch of the printer to off and remove the power cable and other connecting cables.
Secure the back cover plate using the screws removed in step 4. Confirm that the screw holes of the back side of the printer and the back cover plate match before securing them. When using the printer again Confirm the following before using the printer again.