Expectation Setting Document for Fiery ZX-6 v1.1
Digital Front End for 5790 and DocuColor 5750/ 5799
Token Ring kit
BNC Transceiver kit
PC with software and furniture
The Command Workstation hardware supplied by Xerox is an industry-standard personal computer from a leading
PC manufacturer. Customers may choose to procure their own personal computer to fulfill the role of the Command
Workstation. This PC must conform to the minimum technical specifications indicated below and must run either
Windows 95 or WinNT 4.0 operating systems. A customer who chooses to supply the Command Workstation
hardware must purchase the Command Workstation Software Only option.
The Command Workstation requires a separate network drop. A total of two (2) network drops are required to
install both the Command Workstation and the Fiery ZX-6. The customer is responsible to supply the required
number of network drops. A hub is not supplied with the Fiery ZX-6 system.
Specifications for Optional Command WorkStation – includes furniture
Physical Specifications for Xerox-supplied Command Workstation
Minimum Technical Specifications for Xerox-supplied Command Workstation
Brand Name Personal Computer with minimum of:
Intel 200 MHz Pentium with MMX
32 MB RAM
2 GB internal hard drive
10/100 BaseT NIC
Win NT 4.0 OS
17" Color Monitor
The Command WorkStation supports viewing of up to five Fiery ZX-6 servers from a single PC through the use of
Server Connection Tabs.
The Command Workstation Utility will allow either IPX or TCP/IP servers to be supported simultaneously.
The Command WorkStation is a fully functional client workstation.
For service reasons, the Command WorkStation should not be used for long-term document storage and
Customer applications loaded on the Command WorkStation may require reinstallation after some types of
Terms and product names used in this document may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies and are hereby acknowledged.
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67 x 49 x 72 inches
50º - 104º F
5% to 95% (noncondensing)
0 to 10,000 ft.
160.8 x 117.6 x 172.8 cm
10º - 40º C
0 to 3,048 m
3 August 1998