PDA System Requirements Laptop System Requirements Setting Up the Print Adapter Before You Begin Connecting the Print Adapter Checking the Connection to the Printer Using a Palm PDA Installing the Software Sending Your First Print Job Using a Pocket PC...
The Bluetooth Print Adapter from EPSON EPSON printers from your Bluetooth-enabled PDA or laptop computer without using a cable. EPSON printer with Bluetooth Print Adapter The print adapter supports printing to the following printers from the following devices: EPSON Stylus ®...
TROY WindPort PCMCIA card ® Although other Bluetooth PCMCIA cards may work with the print adapter, EPSON recommends that you use the TROY WindPort card for best results. Bluetooth Card; and Casio compatible PC running Windows XP, Me, 2000, 98, ®...
To reduce static charge buildup, avoid moving around too much and, if possible, avoid working on a carpeted area. It’s a good idea to make sure your EPSON printer and your computer, Pocket PC, or Palm PDA are working before you begin.
The green light on the print adapter flashes for a few seconds and then goes out. If the green light flashes continuously in a regular pattern, unplug the power supply and plug it in again. If the problem persists, contact EPSON. Connection light (green)
Make sure the printer is working and is not out of ink or paper. Unplug the print adapter, plug it back in, and try printing the test page again. If you cannot print a test page, contact EPSON as described on page 22. When a Bluetooth device makes a connection to the print adapter, the print adapter’s green light remains on.
With the Bluetooth Print Adapter from EPSON, you can use your Palm PDA to print to the EPSON Stylus This chapter explains how to install the software on the CD-ROM that came with your print adapter and send your first print job. The steps for subsequent print jobs are similar, but you won’t have to select a printer.
Sending Your First Print Job Before you begin, make sure your Bluetooth SDIO card is installed in your Palm PDA. Follow these steps to send your first print job: Tap the BTPrint C80 icon on your PDA’s main screen. Tap the icon of the program you want to print from. Tap the Menu icon in the lower left corner of your PDA’s graffiti area.
Tap BtPrint. You see this screen: Tap Select Printer. If a printer appears in the list on the next screen, go to step 7. If no printer appears, tap Find More. You briefly see the message Searching for Bluetooth Devices.
You can use your Pocket PC to print to the following printers: EPSON Stylus C60, EPSON Stylus C80 (black and white printing only), EPSON Stylus Photo 820, EPSON Stylus Photo 890, and EPSON Stylus Photo 1280. This chapter explains how to install the software on the CD-ROM that came with your print adapter and send your first print job.
Start the Compaq Bluetooth Manager and click Search. Click here 2. When Bluetooth Manager locates your printer, select it and click Save. The printer shows up as the printer name followed by the last six digits of the MAC address.
Select which groups, if any, you want to save the printer to and click OK. On the next screen, click OK in the upper right side of the screen. Click the printer icon in the All Devices screen.
In the Device Information screen, select Actions and then select Connect to P1. 7. When you’ve successfully connected to the printer, start PrintPocketCE and select the document you want to print.
When you see this screen, choose EPSON Stylus or ESC/P 2 from the Printer list and COM8 from the Port list. Change any other settings you want and click Start Printing. If your Pocket PC has a Socket Bluetooth Card, select Bluetooth: Socket CF Card from the Port list.
If your Bluetooth-enabled laptop computer supports the Bluetooth Serial Port Profile, you can use it to print to the following printers: EPSON Stylus C60, EPSON Stylus C80, EPSON Stylus Photo 820, EPSON Stylus Photo 890, and EPSON Stylus Photo 1280. Your laptop may either have built-in Bluetooth capabilities, or a Troy WindPort PCMCIA card.
Right-click your printer icon, and then select Properties. If you are using Windows XP, 2000, or NT, click the Ports tab. Click the checkbox next to the name of the virtual COM port you created. Click Apply, and then OK.
If not, you are asked what device you want to use. Select your printer (the printer shows up as the printer name followed by the last six digits of its MAC address). If necessary, select the P1 service, then click the appropriate button to establish a connection and print.
Bluetooth device for details. If you’re having problems printing, see if there is an updated driver for your printer on EPSON’s support site (http://support.epson.com). You can also try printing with the generic ESC/P 2 driver in your Windows software. See your Windows documentation for details.
5 seconds and then unplugging the print adapter and plugging it in again. If none of these suggestions work, contact EPSON as described in the next section. Where to Get Help EPSON provides technical assistance 24 hours a day on the World Wide Web.
Toll or long distance charges may apply. Before you call, please have the following information ready: Product name (Bluetooth Print Adapter from EPSON, Model C1200BT) Product serial number (located on the bottom of the adapter) Proof of purchase (such as a store receipt) and date of purchase...
Declaration of Conformity According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 for Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers: EPSON AMERICA, INC. Located at: MS 3-13 3840 Kilroy Airport Way...
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Trade Name: EPSON Type of Product: Bluetooth Print Adapter C1200BT Model: WNDCT 90150...