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  • Page 1 HP Latex Plus Cutter Site Preparation Guide...
  • Page 2 L.P. The information contained herein is subject to Edition 1 change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statement accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1 Overview ........................................1 Introduction ....................................1 Customer responsibility ................................1 Installation time schedule ............................... 1 2 Site preparation requirements ................................2 Physical space requirements ..............................2 Unloading route ..............................2 Environmental specifications ..........................3 Designing the optimal print production area ........................3 RIP workstation characteristics ..............................
  • Page 4 ENWW...
  • Page 5: Overview

    Overview Introduction Your equipment is supplied ready to use after a few simple installation procedures described in detail in the assembly instructions. It is important to read the information provided in this guide thoroughly and to ensure complete compliance with all installation and operation requirements, safety procedures, warnings, cautions, and local regulations.
  • Page 6: Site Preparation Requirements

    This pathway must be clear when the equipment arrives. Table 2-1 Physical specifications HP Latex 54″ Basic Plus Cutter HP Latex 54″ Plus Cutter HP Latex 64″ Plus Cutter Width 1765 mm (69.5 in)
  • Page 7: Environmental Specifications

    These environmental conditions must be kept within the specified ranges to ensure the correct operation of the equipment. Failure to do so may cause print-quality problems or damage sensitive electronic components. Table 2-2 Environmental specifications HP Latex 54″ Basic Plus Cutter HP Latex 54″ Plus Cutter HP Latex 64″ Plus Cutter Operating temperature 15 to 35°C (59 to 95°F)
  • Page 8: Rip Workstation Characteristics

    You are recommended to configure the workstation sleep mode to Never. NOTICE: The RIP software provided with the cutter will work only with the HP Latex 115, 315, 335, and 365 printers. Other printers will require a RIP upgrade. Networking...
  • Page 9: Return The Site Preparation Checklist

    consult with your IT provider on how to configure Internet access. If you can connect to the site, you can check the browser settings for proxy configuration as follows: For Internet Explorer, go to Tools > Internet options > Connections > LAN settings. In the proxy server ●...
  • Page 10: Wall Receptacles And Power Cords

    WARNING! Use only use the power cord supplied by HP with the cutter. Do not use a power strip (relocatable power tap) to connect both power cords. Do not damage, cut, or repair the power cord. With a damaged power cord, there is risk of fire and electric shock.
  • Page 11 Table 2-5 Power cord specifications by country (continued) Country Length Plug type Plug China 2.5 m GB 1002 Denmark 2.5 m DK 2-5A EU, Russia 2.5 m CEE 7-VII India 2.5 m SANS 164/1, IS 1292 Israel 2.5 m SI 32 Japan 2.5 m JIS C 8303...
  • Page 12: Powerline Disturbances

    Table 2-5 Power cord specifications by country (continued) Country Length Plug type Plug Switzerland 2.5 m SEV 1011:2009, chapter 6534-2 Taiwan 2.5 m CNS 690 Type 2(1) UK, Middle East, Hong Kong, 4.5 m BS 1363/A (13A fused) Singapore USA, Canada, Mexico, Middle East 2.5 m NEMA 5-15 (optional)
  • Page 13: Grounding

    far exceed the peak value of the applied voltage. If not reduced, these microsecond pulses can disrupt system operation and damage the cutter. It is recommended to include overvoltage (OVP) and transient protection in the power supply to the cutter. ●...
  • Page 14: Site Preparation Checklist

    Is the grounding conductor properly installed for the wall receptacle (wall socket)? (Required) Is the wall receptacle (wall socket) suitable for the power cord plug type provided (Required) by HP? Are the wall receptacle (wall socket) and electrical installation suitable for the equipment's rated current ? (Required) NOTE: See Table 2-4 for specific information.
  • Page 15 Environmental requirements Comments Have the temperature and humidity requirements been satisfactorily met in the print production area? Have the temperature and humidity requirements been satisfactorily met in the storage area? Is the print production area free from dirt and dust? Does the print production area have sufficient lighting? Other requirements Comments...

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