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Functional overview of the NPS/IPS

System Overview Guide
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System overview

This chapter introduces the DocuPrint NPS/IPS printing system
and describes its major and optional components.
The NPS/IPS printers support the processing and printing of
PDL and ASCII jobs from network workstations, as well as IPDS
jobs from an IBM host. Supported PDL formats are PostScript
levels 1 and 2, HP PCL 5e, and TIFF.
Your organization may print only IPDS jobs, network PDL jobs, or
jobs from both environments.
DocuPrint 96, 4635, 180, and the 2000 Series NPS/IPS printers
support:
Printing at a rated speed of up to 96 ppm (96), or 135 ppm
(4635), or 180 ppm (180) in 600 dpi (see "Resolution" section
later in this chapter for more information)
Printing simplex and duplex
Processing and printing of network PDL jobs and IPDS jobs
without soft boot to switch modes
Multiple weights, sizes and types of paper (refer to the
"Supplies" appendix for details)
Ordered sets of pre-collated variable stock
Optional module for enhanced finishing and output to third-
party finishing devices
Optional high-capacity feeder/stackers
Sixth Sense, a diagnostic tool that provides system
assessment and problem analysis.
Support printing of check applications that require MICR
technology (MICR printers only).
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