Xerox DocuPrint 96/4635/180/2000 Series NPS/IPS Installation Planning Guide 721P90100 Version 8.0 October 2002...
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About this guide This guide is intended for the person responsible for coordinating the installation of the DocuPrint printer at your site. It lists the tasks you must complete before installation can begin, as well as your responsibilities during the installation.
DocuPrint printing system. It also provides a list of consumable supplies you can order. • Appendix B, "Xerox support services," explains how to utilize available Xerox support services. • Appendix C, "Related publications," lists other Xerox documents that are part of this publication set.
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This chapter provides an overview of the features and functions of the Xerox DocuPrint NPS/IPS. Functional overview of the NPS/IPS 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.
The following table shows how data streams of different resolutions are interpolated. Incoming input resolution of document Printer 240 dpi data 180 NPS/IPS Interpolated by printer to 600 x 1920 dpi 96/4635 NPS/IPS Converted by controller to 300 or 600 dpi, then interpolated by printer to 600 dpi Table 1-1.
The entire DocuPrint NPS/IPS system includes the printer (also known as an IOT or print engine), printer controller, printer interface, and all appropriate software. “DocuPrint printer” or “printer” refers to the base printer engine (IOT) only, without the printer controller and interface. Xerox-supplied...
Ethernet connection can be used for jobs submitted over the network. NPS/IPS concurrent printing The Xerox NPS/IPS can receive a variety of data streams including IPDS, PostScript Levels 1 and 2, PCL 5e, TIFF, and ASCII. The system automatically senses the type of job and processes it appropriately.
Ethernet connection can be used for jobs submitted over the network. NPS/IPS concurrent printing The Xerox NPS/IPS can receive a variety of data streams including IPDS, PostScript Levels 1 and 2, PCL 5c, PCL 5e, TIFF, and ASCII. The system automatically senses the type of job and processes it appropriately.
PSF/2, PSF/6000, or InfoPrint Manager can attach to a PSF/VSE system and the PSF/2, PSF/6000, or InfoPrint Manager can furnish the TCP/IP support for the printer. NOTE: There is no minimum host operating system software level required. The minimum PSF level needed to support full color is v.3.2.
2. Interface network (Ethernet or Token Ring) 3. Printer controller 4. Printer interface cables 5. Printer For information on the various printer configuration options, refer to the “Printer components and options” chapter of this guide. Installation Planning Guide System overview...
NPS/IPS is printing data using TCP/IP.) Figure 1-3. Channel interface board and connector box 1. Printer 2. Printer control and video cable 3. Printer controller with channel interface board 4. Channel cable connector box 5. Channel cables 6. Host system NOTE: The customer is responsible for obtaining, stringing, and maintenance of the bus and tag cables.
IBM 3825 and 3827 printers are supported by the Xerox software. Additionally, the data towers that are supported within the AFP environment by the IBM 3825 and IBM 3827 printers are fully supported by the software. Data towers supported are: •...
Engineers (IEEE) 802.3 standard. Token Ring Users of network client workstations may send print jobs to the printer over Token Ring network using TCP/IP, Novell 3.x, or AppleTalk network protocol. Regardless of printing transmission protocol, the Token Ring connection to the printer controller must be compatible with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.5...
Supported client hardware and operating systems Xerox NPS/IPS supports the following types of networked client workstations and operating systems: – Sun workstation running a Sun or Linux operating system –...
Ethernet LAN or Token Ring network, transceivers, cables, and connectors. Xerox is responsible for the physical installation and service of the printer and printer controller hardware and software components. You have the general responsibility for the site of ensuring that the right personnel, supplies, and that network hardware and software is available.
Sixth Sense is a no charge feature available to customers through Xerox Service. The customer need only provide an analog phone line for use by the Sixth Sense modem connection. For those customers unable to dedicate a phone line to the Sixth Sense connection, three and five port phone share devices are available for purchase.
Printer controller components The printer controller consists of a specially-configured Sun workstation and uses proprietary Xerox hardware, firmware, and software. Your system may use one of two platforms for the printer controller: •...
Controller components and options • Optional Token Ring board • Two printer controller Interface (PCI) boards installed in the processor to interface with the print engine. Optional For channel connection to a host for IPDS printing, the system components may use a channel interface board that is connected to a channel cable connector box.
• Memory: Four 1 GB Dual In-line Memory Modules, or DIMMs are provided as a standard feature of the processor. • Hard disk drive: A 36 GB primary disk drive is provided as a standard feature of the processor. The operating system, the NPS/IPS application, and any queued print jobs are stored on the internal disk.
Controller components and options Figure 2-2. Back panel of the printer controller 1. Access panel lock block 2. Serial connectors A and B, DB-25 3. Parallel connector 4. SCSI connector 5. Universal serial bus (USB) connectors 6. Twisted-pair Ethernet (TPE) connector 7.
Use the mouse to select, move, or resize windows. Display monitor The 18.1-inch LCD monitor allows you to interact with the printer and to monitor its interaction with the various components. During a print job, printer error messages may display to notify you of any unexpected conditions.
Controller components and options Figure 2-3. Printer controller components (Sun Ultra 60) 1. Monitor 2. Keyboard 3. Mouse 4. Processor 5. Diskette drive 6. CD-ROM 7. Optional cartridge tape drive 8. Optional HCU Processor The central processing unit contains the memory, internal disk drive, a CD-ROM drive, a diskette drive, power receptacle and outlet, connectors and ports.
Installation Planning Guide NOTE: The Sun operating system used on the controller is based on the standard Sun operating system; however, it has been customized for use with the Xerox printer controller. Therefore, not all standard Sun operating system features are available.
Controller components and options – DocuPrint Print Service Software including software • Xerox Client Software – Xerox client protocol software (print command); can be • Adobe Type 1 PostScript fonts – Courier (Courier, Bold, Oblique, Bold Oblique) – Helvetica (Helvetica, Bold, Oblique, Bold Oblique, Light, –...
– Times new Roman (Medium, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic) – Symbol (Medium) – Wingdings (Medium) • PCL fonts: Bitmap – Line Printer (16.67 pitch / 8.5 point medium) NOTE: The resident fonts are used for PostScript and PCL printing. Installation Planning Guide (Bold), Kursiv Halbfett (Bold Italic)]...
Controller components and options 2-10 Installation Planning Guide...
Printer components The components of the 4635 and 180 NPS/IPS base printer are shown in the following figure. The 96 NPS/IPS standard printer configuration has one inverter feeder/stacker module, with the option of adding a second feeder/stacker module as shown.
Printer components and options NOTE: The DocuPrint MICR NPS/IPS models utilize the same hardware and operating system as the non-MICR NPS/IPS models. However, the Image Development systems have been modified to enable MICR font reproduction. Processor feeder Two processor feeder trays are located in the main part of the...
3. Tray Unlock button You can use this button any time the Please Wait indicator is off. • • • 4. Paper Level indicators These indicators display the approximate quantity of paper within the tray. The display shows paper by quarter reams up to one ream, and then by full reams.
(HCS) bins as part of the feeder/stacker modules (stacker bins A, B, C and D). The 96 NPS/IPS printer can contain up to two high-capacity stacker (HCS) bins as part of the feeder/stacker modules (stacker bins A and B).
An attention light is mounted on top of the inverter module. The attention light signals when the printer requires operator attention: • Off: No printer problems exist that require your attention. • Steady light: A situation exists that needs your attention (such as low dry ink condition).
The button is disabled for MICR printers. Sample tray The sample tray located on top of the printer holds up to 100 sheets of paper. It receives output such as transparencies, sample prints or system files, and waste sheets that cannot be sent to the purge tray.
Figure 3-5. Printer console 1. Language icon 2. Printer icon 3. Fault List icon 4. Tools icon 5. Guarded Tools icon (not available on the 96 NPS) 6. Clear button 7. Continue button 8. Stop button 9. Sample button 10. Brightness control thumbwheel 11.
The DocuPrint 96, 4635, and 180 NPS/IPS are available in the following configurations, some of which may include the bypass transport and/or Input Enablement kit. Figure 3-6. DP 96 NPS/IPS: Printer + inverter feeder/stacker The DocuPrint 4635 and 180 are available in the configurations shown in the following figures.
IPS only. Paper paths The paper path is the route that materials (paper, transparencies, labels, and so on) follow through the printer from the feeder trays to the output trays. Paper path The following figure illustrates the entire printer paper path.
Input enablement The following figure shows the paper path and the dimensions of paper path the input enablement area from a printer front view. The input enablement kit option supports third-party feeding devices. Figure 3-13. Input enablement paper path and dimensions...
Xerox DocuPrint 96/4635/180 NPS/IPS and 96/4635/180 MICR NPS/IPS. Preparing for installation is a responsibility shared by personnel at your site and Xerox. Your service representatives are available to discuss installation issues and to assist you in completing the site installation tasks.
Refer to the “DocuPrint NPS/IPS installation planning checklist” and the “Network preinstallation checklist” in this chapter for a complete list of responsibilities. Refer to the “Xerox support services” appendix for information on services designed to support you prior to, during, and after your installation.
This conversion is required for DocuPrint 96/4635 MICR NPS/IPS. address to your Xerox representative. connect client workstations to the printer controller. Refer to the “Network preinstallation checklist” in this chapter. NOTE: You are responsible for obtaining, stringing, and maintaining fully-populated bus and tag cables for channel-attached systems.
– Set up the operator training schedules. • Applications – Work with your Xerox system analyst to determine – In a mixed environment, where there is a variety of Make sure that your system specialists are familiar with the operating system software specific to your IPS; operating system software is not the same for all laser printing systems.
DocuPrint NPS/IPS. • In the United States, sign up with Xerox Documentation and Software Services. Order additional documentation, if needed. • In the United States, register for Xerox Customer Education classes, if needed.
Generate the host for an AFP1 device and IPL, as required. – Provide analog phone line access for optional Sixth Sense installation. Reference Responsibility Sales rep Customer and Chapters 4 to 6 Xerox Customer Installation Planning Guide Date completed _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________...
• Schedule operator training. • Define parameters needed to configure PSF for connectivity to the NPS/IPS printer. Installation Planning Guide Reference Responsibility Xerox Chapter 4, Customer and Appendix A and Xerox sales rep Systems analyst Customer and Xerox Date...
AFP Type 1, Group 3 printer. • Set up Data Transfer Mode. • Install DocuPrint system hardware and software. • Load Xerox client software on client workstations. • Have operators available for training. • Check documentation and software kits for completeness.
IP addresses you assign must belong on different TCP/IP subnets, as determined by the IP subnet netmask. • If you are not on a TCP/IP network, use the Xerox-supplied IP address value (22.214.171.124), or the IP address value assigned by your network administrator. IP netmask Series of four integers between 0 and 255 separated by a period, such as 255.255.255.0 to create an IP netmask.
• If you are on a TCP/IP network, assign a valid IP netmask. • If you are not on a TCP/IP network and you used the Xerox- supplied IP address value (126.96.36.199), use 255.255.255.0 for the IP netmask. IP broadcast...
To keep your system running at optimum speed, you need to periodically purge accounting data. Xerox client Indicate whether you have Xerox client software installed, and software are supporting Xerox clients on the network. lpr and lpd Indicate whether to enable client use of lpr and lpd job submission and status commands.
The Novell network information you provide to your service representative is based on whether you configure the DocuPrint as a print server or a remote printer. Refer to this chapter and your Novell network administrator for assistance, if necessary. DocuPrint as a print server (PSERVER)
Novell internet. • Printer names to service: Refers to the name or names of the printers defined for the Novell print server. Virtual printers should be defined with these names after DocuPrint NPS/IPS installation is complete.
Choose a framing type used by the file server that communicates with DocuPrint NPS/IPS. If you are using print server or remote printer, and have the DocuPrint NPS/IPS communicate with a different machine for each, then choose a framing type that is used by both of the machines.
Terminators (if necessary, due to location on channel). For your convenience, it is possible to order the bus and tag cables for the printer through Xerox on a purchase-only basis. Contact your Xerox sales representative for current pricing and order information.
This chapter provides power and space requirements for your DocuPrint NPS/IPS printer controller. It also provides controller environmental specifications. For facts about printer power and space requirements, refer to the “Printer specifications and requirements” chapter of this guide. Power requirements Your DocuPrint NPS/IPS controller has important power requirements that must be accommodated.
• Each power cord has a separate circuit • The printer power cord configurations match your receptacle • Your electrical outlets are within the required specifications. 50 Hz systems: Ensure that power connections are per local codes/regulations.
Environmental specifications The environmental requirements for the DocuPrint NPS/IPS controller are all satisfied by the printer module. Refer to the “Printer specifications and requirements” chapter of this guide. Table 5-2. Heat dissipation specifications for the DocuPrint...
Controller specifications and requirements You must supply a table or desk as a work surface for the printer controller, and the HCU if this is part of the system configuration. The top of the table must provide at least 36 by 36 inches / 91 by 91 cm of space for each component, to allow enough space for the components and cables, as well as for service access.
• Do not place the processor on its side, or in any other position but the upright, vertical position. • Do not place the processor or monitor on top of the printer. Installation Planning Guide...
• Place the monitor and processor on a desk or table top, separate from the printer. The monitor should be placed beside the processor, on the same surface. (The cartridge tape drive may be placed on top of the processor.) •...
• Do not place the processor on its side, or in any other position but the upright, vertical position shown in the previous figure. • Do not place the processor or monitor on top of the printer. Installation Planning Guide...
Groupe Set board. Figure 5-5. HCU hardware (for channel-attached systems) 1. HCU 2. Table Controller hardware specifications and requirements summary The following table summarizes the specifications and electrical requirements of your DocuPrint NPS/IPS printer controller hardware components. Installation Planning Guide...
“Printer specifications and requirements” chapter of this guide. Contact your service representative if you have questions not specifically addressed in this guide. Table 5-3. DocuPrint NPS/IPS printer controller specifications and power requirements: Dimensions (depth, Device width, height) Processor d=25 in.
Controller specifications and requirements Table 5-4. DocuPrint NPS/IPS printer controller specifications and power requirements: Dimensions (depth, Device width, height) Processor d=17.5 in. / 44.5 cm w=17.5 in. / 44.5 cm h= 5 in. / 12.7 cm Monitor d=21 in. / 53.3 cm w=19 in.
“Controller specifications and requirements” chapter of this guide. Power requirements Your 96/4635/180 printer has important power requirements that must be accommodated. These requirements are summarized in the table below. For further details on power requirements, refer to the voltage charts and wiring diagrams that follow.
The following table shows the voltages for the outlets on your printing system. All power outlets must have a dedicated circuit for each system equipment piece. Make sure each power cord has a separate circuit. Table 6-2. Printer (60 Hz) voltage requirements at power outlet Service outlet configuration 4 Wire...
180) NEMA 14-30R Figure 6-2. 60 Hz power configuration - 30 amp (180 only) Printer outlet voltages—50 Hz All power outlets must have a dedicated circuit for each system equipment piece. Make sure each power cord has a separate circuit.
240 V RMS Line 2 to neutral 240 V RMS Line 3 to neutral 240 V RMS Table 6-5. Printer (50 Hz) WYE (Star) 380 and 400 voltage Measurement Nominal Line 1 to line 2 380 V RMS Line 2 to line 3...
NOTE: There must be a 78-inch / 198-cm vertical clearance throughout the entire area. Your printer must be installed in a fixed location with a minimum clearance space of 36 inches / 91.4 cm around all sides of each piece of equipment for access by service personnel.
“Space planning guidelines” section of this chapter. Contact your service representative if you have questions not specifically addressed in this guide. Printer placement The following configurations are available for the Xerox 96/4635/ 180 printers: • Printer + inverter feeder/stacker (96 only) •...
1. Back of system 2. Inverter 3. Feeder/stacker 4. Front of system 5. Printer 96/4635/180 printer The dimensions of the printer with the inverter feeder/stacker with inverter and feeder/stacker are as follows: feeder/stacker and one feeder/stacker Dimension Specifications Width: 151.25 inches / 384.2 cm...
The following illustrates a top view of the space requirements for the printer with an inverter feeder/stacker and one feeder/ stacker. Figure 6-4. 96/4635/180 printer with inverter feeder/stacker + feeder/stacker configuration 1. Back of system 2. Inverter 3. Feeder/stacker 4. Feeder/stacker 5.
Printer specifications and requirements The following illustrates a top view of the space requirements for the printer with an inverter feeder/stacker and two feeder/ stackers. Figure 6-5. 4635/180 printer with inverter feeder/stacker + feeder/stacker + feeder/stacker 1. Back of system 2.
The following illustrates a top view of the space requirements for the printer with a dual feeder and stitcher/stacker configuration. Figure 6-6. 4635/180 printer with inverter feeder/stacker + feeder/stacker + feeder/stacker + feeder/stacker configuration 1. Back of system 2. Inverter 3.
Bypass transport specifications The bypass transport option enables you to add a third-party finishing device to your 96, 4635, or 180 printer. The bypass transport is installed by your service representative and remains permanently in place. You should not attempt to remove or reinstall it.
Printer specifications and requirements Service access The following figure provides space planning information and service access requirements for the bypass transport from a top view. Figure 6-8. Bypass transport space planning diagram 1. Recommended third-party feeder hardware attaches at rear of 96/4635/180 printer.
Bypass transport The following figure shows the paper path through the bypass paper path transport from a front view. Figure 6-9. Bypass transport paper path 1. Sheet path 2. Exit rolls 3. Floor Installation Planning Guide 6-15...
Input enablement The following figure shows the paper path and the dimensions of dimensions the input enablement area from a printer front view. The input enablement kit supports third-party feeding devices. Figure 6-10. Input enablement paper path and dimensions 6-16...
96, 4635, and 180 with a bypass transport. These diagrams represent top views of the components, surrounded by the minimum access space requirements on all sides. Figure 6-11. 96 printer—inverter feeder/stacker-only configuration with bypass transport 1. Back of system 2. Inverter 3.
Printer specifications and requirements Figure 6-12. 96/4635/180 printer—inverter feeder/stacker + feeder/stacker configuration with bypass transport 1. Back of system 2. Inverter 3. Feeder/stacker 4. Feeder/stacker 5. Bypass transport 6. Front of system 7. Printer 6-18 Installation Planning Guide...
Xerox printing system. You can share the 36-inch / 91.4 cm clearance space around each component, as long as you follow these rules: •...
NOTE: Finishers attached to your bypass transport and feeders attached to your DocuPrint 4635, 96, or 180 printer through the input enablement device may occupy shared space with Xerox equipment. However, they must be removable to allow servicing of the DocuPrint 4635, 96, or 180 printer feeders and stackers.
The printers share 12 inches / 30.5 cm of the general service space, but not the exclusive operator area in front of each printer. Therefore, the printers should be separated by 24 inches / 61 cm, plus 24 inches / 61 cm, plus 12 inches / 30.5 cm. This allows for the entire operator space for each printer, plus the shared general service area of 12 inches / 30.5 cm.
Between them is 60 inches / 152.4 cm of space. This allows for 24 inches / 61 cm of operator space in front of the printer facing toward the other, plus 36 inches / 91.4 cm of service space behind the printer facing away from the other.
If you do not have the leveling kit (the printer in its initial location did not require it), and you need one to level the printer in a new location, contact your Xerox site representative to obtain one. Delivery access requirements It is easy to overlook the path required to move the equipment from the truck to the operation site.
Turning radius You must also consider the width of the passageway when the equipment must negotiate a corner, whether into a room, an elevator, or another passageway. There are L-shaped turns and T-shaped turns. The diagrams and the tables that follow show the minimum space required to maneuver through the turns.
Passage B, depending on the type of turn the equipment must negotiate. Turning radius for The 96, 4635 or 180 is delivered with the printer, inverter feeder/ printer with stacker, and each feeder/stacker as separate modules. If separated...
Table 6-8. Turning radius for printer (separated and upended on dolly) Turning radius for The following table lists the turning requirements for the printer unseparated when attached to the paper handling module (not separated). printer Table 6-9. Turning radius for printer (not separated)
NOTE: These turning figures are based on inverter/feeder/ stacker dimensions of 28 inches / 71.1 cm by 32.25 inches / 81.9 Printer hardware specifications and requirements summary The following table summarizes the specifications and electrical requirements of your printer hardware components.
Table 6-12. Printer specifications and power requirements—96/4635/180 Dimensions (depth, Device width, height) 96 printer: d=38.8 in. / 98.6 cm Inverter feeder / w=119 in./ 302.3 cm stacker only h= 59.6 in. / 151.3 cm Total space required (+ access): 191 in. w by 114 in.
Printer specifications and requirements Table 6-12. Printer specifications and power requirements—96/4635/180 (Continued) Dimensions (depth, Device width, height) 4635/180 d=38.8 in. / 98.6 cm printer: w=183.5 in./ 466.1cm Inverter feeder / h=59.6. in. / 151.3 cm stacker + two feeder / stackers...
This chapter provides cable requirements for your 96/4635/180 system. To ensure all of your cable requirements are met, it is important to work with your Xerox representative. Cable lengths Cable lengths are important considerations in planning your layout, as components can be separated only up to the length of the data interface cables that connect them.
The following diagrams show those locations (marked with an X). All power cords attach to the back of the printer. Listed below are the distances of the printer power cord attachments from the left end of the printer as you face it.
This chapter describes the activities performed by you and Xerox during the installation of the Xerox DocuPrint 96/4635/180 NPS/ IPS and Xerox DocuPrint 96/4635/180 MICR NPS/IPS hardware and software components. Before installation can begin, you must complete the tasks described in the “Preparing for installation”...
Xerox DocuPrint NPS/IPS Guide to Configuring and Managing the System for information on modifying the printcap file. 5. Xerox personnel tests the system and runs sample jobs (30 minutes). 6. Xerox personnel conducts initial operations training (2 to 4 hours).
The required information and configuration procedures differ according to your connectivity type (channel or TCP/IP), and your host and PSF environment. You will need to provide these parameters to your Xerox representative on installation day. Installation Planning Guide...
Guide to Configuring and Managing the System Ongoing maintenance After the installation of your Xerox DocuPrint NPS, there are a few ongoing tasks that must be performed. These tasks may include the following:...
NOTE: Only operators who have completed the Xerox Advanced Customer Training (ACT) or eXcellerate courses or equivalent advanced customer training can replace stitcher wire. Refer to the “Xerox support services” appendix of this guide for additional information on training. Meter reading and reporting As print jobs are processed, the printer controller accumulates, saves, and maintains usage data.
A. Supplies This appendix provides information and specifications for the media you use with your Xerox DocuPrint 96, 4635, or 180 printer. Instructions for ordering supplies are also provided. Consumable supplies (those that are depleted during operation of the system), such as paper, dry ink, developer, fuser agent, etc., must be ordered for your printer.
Use a good quality, xerographic-grade paper. For best results, weight and grade: use paper that is 20-pound or 80 gsm (grams per square meter) bond, xerographic grade. Xerox 4024 Dual Purpose Paper provides optimal performance in the printer. Refer to the consumable supplies table later in this appendix.
The width of the paper you use for your print job is directly related to the rate at which the 96, 4635, and 180 printer can print a job. The rate at which a job prints is the throughput speed and is measured in pages per minute (ppm).
Supplies The printer operates in different pitch modes. The pitch mode the printer uses for a specific print job is based on the paper size on which that job is printed. The following tables list the pitch mode boundary values, paper widths, and related printing speeds supported on the 96/4635/180 printer.
Using small paper sizes in 8-pitch mode: Printing in 8-pitch mode provides the highest throughput speed available—up to 154 ppm for the 4635 printer and up to 206 ppm for the 180 printer. (The 96 printer does not support 8-pitch mode.) However, you should keep the following in mind when you...
Supplies NOTE: The 96/4635/180 printer can support 14 by 17-inch / 356 by 432 mm, 20 pound or 80 gsm paper stock in 3-pitch mode. However, printing performance is not guaranteed for all types of paper of this size. Heavy (110-pound / 200 gsm) and light (16- pound / 60 gsm) large papers can cause jams throughout the system and are not recommended.
US papers The following diagrams show how US Letter and US Ledger (or US Tabloid) paper sizes feed through the printer. Installation Planning Guide Figure A-3. A4 / 210 by 297 mm paper feeding (long edge feed) Figure A-4. A3 / 297 by 420 mm paper feeding (short edge feed) Figure A-5.
Supplies Figure A-6. US Ledger or US Tabloid (11 by 17 inch) paper B4 papers There are two sizes of B4 paper—European or ISO (9.84 by 13.89 inches / 250 by 353 mm) and Japanese or JIS B4 (14.33 by 10.12 inches / 364 by 257 mm). European B4 feeds long edge first, while JIS B4 feeds either long edge or short edge first.
Plan ahead and keep at least a day’s supply of paper in the same area as the printer to allow environmental stabilization prior to printing. For more detailed information on paper for Xerox printers, refer to Helpful Facts about Paper, provided with your printer. Installation Planning Guide...
Conditioning Because temperature and humidity affect paper performance in paper the printer, you need to condition paper before using it. To do this, store paper for a specified length of time in the same type of environment as your printer.
The length of time you should condition your paper depends on the amount of paper and the difference between the storage and operating temperatures. Use the following chart to determine the length of time needed to condition stacked cartons of paper. NOTE: The numbers in the top two rows indicate the temperature difference between the storage area and the operating environment, not actual room temperatures.
You should keep at least one extra cartridge on hand at all times. The disposable cartridges are easily changed with no mess. The consumption rate of Xerox dry ink is approximately one cartridge per 60,000 pages. Use only dry ink that is specified for use in the 96, 4635, or 180 printer, as described in the consumable supplies table.
(each box contains one bottle) on hand for installation by the service representative. The consumption rate of Xerox fuser agent is approximately one bottle per 250,000 pages. For product information, refer to the consumable supplies table in this appendix.
Center. Custom fonts Custom fonts and graphic images such as company logos and signatures can be digitized by the Xerox Font Center for use on your printer. Receiving fonts Fonts are received on a diskette from your local Xerox Font Center.
MICR tools You can use the following tools to determine whether the MICR output is printing within MICR specifications: • MICR Positioning and Dimension Gauge. • 8 Power (X) Comparator with MICR grid. NOTE: You should use the Custom Transfer Assist Blade to ensure acceptable MICR line quality on all MICR printing systems that use nonstandard paper sizes.
Supplies Consumable supplies tables A number of supplies are available from Xerox for your DocuPrint printer. Use the following tables to help determine your supply needs. NOTE: Customers in the U. S. may use the part numbers in these tables to order supplies. Customers outside the U. S.
Item 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch...
2500 sheets per cartons 4024 Dual Purpose Paper, 7-hole* 2500 sheets per cartons Xerox transparencies are packaged 100 sheets to a box. Clear, with a white strip on the edge Clear, with removable strip Clear, high speed, with paper backing Xerox labels are packaged 100 sheets to a box.
250 sheets each of buff, gray, goldenrod, and ivory. Installation Planning Guide Table A-5. Stocks list for 96/4635/180 printers (Continued) Description Xerox tab stock is packaged in 5-tab sets. 250 sheets per carton. Straight collated singles (forward, top down): • Non-drilled 90-pound, Index white •...
Supplies Table A-6. Carbonless stocks for 96/4635/180 printers Size Parts Sequence 8.5 in. x 11 Reverse/ in. * Straight Straight/ Double Reverse/ Straight Straight Straight/ Double Straight * All papers are packaged 500 sheets per ream, with 10 reams per carton. Each ream contains only complete carbonless sets (i.e., 501 sheets in a three-part ream for 167 sets).
(i.e., 501 sheets in a three-part ream for 167 sets). Complete supplies list—96/4635/180 printers The following table lists the supplies in addition to paper that are available for your printer. Use this table to help you determine your supplies needs. Table A-7. Complete supplies list for 96/4635/180...
Supplies Table A-7. Complete supplies list for 96/4635/180 (Continued) Item Description Developer Packaged 2 bottles per carton. Effective life is approximately one carton per 1,000,000 pages. (2 bottles required for replacement.) Developer, MICR Packaged 2 bottles per carton. Effective life is approximately one carton per 600,000 pages.
You can make arrangements to receive them sooner in emergency situations. Your Xerox sales representative can help you submit the initial order of supplies needed for installation. These items include paper, dry ink, MICR dry ink, fuser agent, developer, and MICR developer.
Item Description and part number Paper Transparencies A-24 an invoice, you need to provide the purchase order number to Xerox at the time you place the order. Quantity Date to order Date ordered Installation Planning Guide...
Table A-8. Supplies checklist for 96/4635/180 printer (Continued) Checklist: Supplies Use this checklist to help record the supplies you require, the date on which the order should be placed, and the actual date of the order. Item Description and part number...
B. Xerox support services Xerox provides many services in support of your laser printing system. This appendix contains information on the following services: • Xerox Customer Service Support Center • Xerox Printing Systems Customer Support Center • Xerox Customer Documentation Catalog •...
The key to effective use of the Xerox Printing Systems Customer Support Center is correct identification of the problem. Before calling the center, it is helpful to have the following information available: •...
5:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Pacific time. Xerox Customer Documentation Catalog Detailed information on documentation for DocuPrint printers and other Xerox products is contained in the Xerox Customer Documentation Catalog. The catalog includes a brief description of each item and its cost.
Its address is: http://www.XDSS.com Operator training Operator training is conducted at your location by your Xerox system analyst or other identified representative, shortly after the printer is installed. Training takes two to four hours, depending on the system configuration.
Xerox Font Center The Xerox Font Center can send you samples and catalogs of the fonts available for your printer. To receive font samples, obtain price information, obtain technical support, or order licensed or custom fonts, call 1-800- 445-FONT (-3668) between 6:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m. Pacific time (U. S. only).
Xerox support services Installation Planning Guide...
C. Related publications Xerox documents The Xerox DocuPrint NPS/IPS documentation set includes the documents listed below. • Guide to Configuring and Managing the System • Guide to Managing Print Jobs • Guide to Performing Routine Maintenance • Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client •...
Mixed Object Document Content Architecture Reference (SC31-6802-04) describes the functions and elements that make up MO:DCA data streams. • Page Printer Formatting Aid/370: User’s Guide (S544-5284- 03) contains information about the PPFA product that is used to create AFP page definitions and form definitions. •...
• Advanced Function Presentation: Printer Summary (G544- 3135-10) contains detailed characteristics of IBM’s page printers. • Advanced Function Presentation Workbench for Windows: Using the Viewer Application (G544-3813-00) contains information about using this product with the AFP application programming interface. •...
• IBM InfoPrint Manager for AIX: PSF Direct (S544-5486-00) provides information about using InfoPrint Manager for AIX. Refer to the “Xerox support services” appendix of this guide for information on how to order these and other publications. Installation Planning Guide...
Novell NetWare software receives and queues print jobs. It assigns priorities to incoming jobs and tracks information about each job. It sends print jobs to the printer, and contains a series of utilities and menus to set up, manage, and manipulate print queues.
Novell NetWare allows for flexibility in setting up different printing configurations. Multiple queues and printers can be associated in different ways to meet different needs, such as the following: • One queue to one printer • Multiple queues to one printer •...
The form name can have a maximum of twelve characters, and the first character must be alphabetic. If a form name is not used, a virtual printer with the same name as the queue is used. Forms are defined on the Novell server using the Novell PRINTDEF program.
A Novell remote printer workstation (DocuPrint NPS/IPS Printer Controller) is a vehicle for the print server to move print data to a printer that is not directly connected to the print server. The remote printer software runs on a workstation that connects to a remote printer through a parallel or serial port.
Novell forms. The administrator uses the PRINTDEF program to create forms with the same name as DocuPrint NPS/IPS virtual printers. Users then select a virtual printer by selecting a form with the same name using the User Tools program in the NetWare Tools folder of Windows, or the -F option in the DOS CAPTURE command.
RPRINTER does not require that unencrypted logins be permitted. The following table lists the differences between DocuPrint NPS/ IPS as a print server or as a remote printer. Table D-1. Print server and remote printer differences DocuPrint NPS/IPS as a PSERVER Functions like a Novell print server.
Enter any name (for example, Gazette) for the printer. e. Select Remote Other/Unknown type for the printer and f. Define the printer in the Queue Service by highlighting the g. Press the Insert key to select the Print Queue (for h.
2 of this guide to your service representative. In the following illustration, the queue, virtual printer, and specified form are configured with the same name. The user sends a print job that specifies a print queue named Gazette through the Ethernet or Token Ring port to the Gazette queue that is served by the print server.
From the Print Server window, configure a printer for d. Type any name (for example, Gazette) for the printer. e. Define the printer in the Queue Service by highlighting the f. Press the Insert key to select the Print Queue (for g.
Select Option 3, enter <N> to the Review All d. Enter the following information: e. Save all of the options. 4. Enter Create Virtual Printer Gazette (must be the same name as the PSERVER printer name). 5. Enter Start All.
In the following illustration, the queue, remote printer, and virtual printer are configured with the same name, and the specified printer is set to print duplex. The user sends a print job through the LPT1 port to a queue named DPDuplex that is sent to the DPDuplex, and assigned to DPDuplex virtual printer.
NOTE: DocuPrint NPS/IPS supports native connection to Novell 3.12 file servers. However, to run DocuPrint NPS/IPS with Novell 4.X servers, the Novell server must be configured to Bindery Emulation. Installation Planning Guide D-13...
DocuPrint NPS/IPS on a Novell network D-14 Installation Planning Guide...
This appendix contains some explanations and sample printer parameters for defining a channel-attached printer to your host, in each PSF environment. MVS parameters This section gives examples of printer device parameters and definitions in the MVS mainframe environment using PSF/MVS.
PSF definitions //PRT6 CNTL //PRT6 PRINTDEV FONTDD=*.FONT300, //PRT6 ENDCNTL Device definitions The following are examples of MVS hardware configuration definition (HCD) printer definition panels. This defines the physical device. Figure E-1. MVS hardware configuration definition panels FONT240=*.FONT240, FONT300=*.FONT300, FDEFDD=*.FDEF, PDEFDD=*.PDEF, OVLYDD=*.OLAY,...
Figure E-2. MVS hardware configuration definition panels Figure E-3. MVS hardware configuration definition panels For further information on defining your printer, refer to the following IBM documentation. • OS/390 Hardware Configuration Definition User’s Guide (#SC28-1848) • 2/OS Hardware Configuration Definition User’s Guide...
(physical printer) using Infoprint Manager for Windows NT and Windows 2000. To create a channel-attached printer: 1. On the menu bar, click Printer, then Create, then PSF, then Channel. NOTE: The Channel is not shown in the menu by default. To add it, select Printer, then Add/Remove Menu Items.
This is a graphical user interface (GUI) supported by Infoprint Manager for AIX versions 3.1 and 3.2 only. NOTE: Regardless of the method used, from the Model pulldown menu, make sure to select Infoprint 60 as your printer model. For detailed information on setting the attribute default values using any of these methods, refer to the appropriate section of the document, IBM Infoprint Manager for AIX, Getting Started.
Defining the channel-attached printer to the host VM sample definitions This section gives an example of printer device parameters and definitions for a channel-attached printer in a mainframe VM environment using PSF/VM. CNTLUNIT CUNMBR=632, PATH=16, PRTOCL=S, SHARED=N, UNIT=AFP1, UNITADD=((32,02)) IODEVICE CUNMBR=632,...
PSF environment. MVS or OS/390 parameters This section discusses the parameters and procedures required to define a printer to your host, followed by examples of the parameters required for a Token Ring connection using TCP/IP in a MVS environment.
Remote LAN environment in which there are data communication links between the host and the LAN-attached controller • Configurations in which the LAN with the printer attached is connected to the host-attached controller using LAN devices such as routers •...
This section discusses the procedures for configuring the printer in JES2 or JES3 environments. Configuring in To configure the PSF printer in JES2, follow these steps: JES2 1. Locate the JES2 initialization dataset in the JES2 Startup JCL Procedure (JES2 PROC). (This is normally kept in SYS1.PROCLIB, although your system may use a different...
Defining the printer to the host: TCP/IP attachment Table F-1. JES2 FSS statement parameters (Continued) Item Source of description Default value HASPFSSM HASPFS JES2 Load module to be loaded into FSS address space PRT parameters QUEUE None Installation output class...
PRT0001 CLASS=E,FSS=FSS1,MODE=FSS,PRESELCT=YES, START=NO,TRKCELL=YES,WS=(Q) Configuring in Follow these steps to configure the PSF printer in JES3: JES3 1. Locate the JES3 initialization dataset (commonly known as Initialization Deck) in the JES3 catalogued JCL Procedure. (This is normally kept in SYS1.PROCLIB, although your system may use a different library.)
Defining the printer to the host: TCP/IP attachment • The following table lists the JES3 FSS statement parameters to be defined. Table F-3. JES3 FSS statement parameters Item Source of description Default value FSSDEF parameters FSSNAME None Installation preferences MSGDEST...
Must be FSS. Installation Planning Guide Range of acceptable values Comments N or J or C C: printer will offset- stack or stitch on a dataset copy basis. J: Printer is to increment offset stacking or stitching on a job boundary.
Defining the printer to the host: TCP/IP attachment Table F-3. JES3 FSS statement parameters (Continued) Item Source of description Default value Any class Installation selected output class standards Installation preferences (see note) NOTE: The WS parameter CL specifies that datasets with the same class as the WS parameter should be selected.
FSSDEF statement PNAME parameter in JES3. See the appropriate section in this appendix for clarification). 2. Add a PRINTDEV statement to define the printer in PSF. (See the example below for the general format or the Print Services Facility for OS/390 Customization for more information.)
Defining the printer to the host: TCP/IP attachment Table F-5. PSF/MVS PRINTDEV statement parameters (Continued) Item Source of description Default value FORMDEF None Installation preferences IPADDR None Xerox installation JOBHDR None Installation preferences JOBTRLR None Installation preferences LOGMODE LUNAME MESSAGE...
Comments Not applicable for TCP/ IP-attached printers Name of font library DD statement. Fonts in this library must match the resolution the printer is using. Name of default Page Definition for printer Name of Page Definition library DD statement (YES,nnn) or...
FORMS specification different from job previously printed. This is recommended where there are multiple paper stocks for use on the printer. Not applicable to Xerox cut-sheet printers IDLE, TIME, or Not applicable to Xerox NONE cut-sheet printers REDRIVE or REDRIVE: When there is...
TRACE=NO /* BUILD INTERNAL TRACE @H3C*/ // PRT277 ENDCNTL 5. Configure TCP/IP for MVS for the printer NOTE: The information in this section is for TCP version 3.2 and 3.3. For version 3.4 or later, refer to the appropriate IBM documentation.
Defining the printer to the host: TCP/IP attachment NOTE: It is not necessary to define the printer in TCP/IP for MVS, because the printer acts as a conduit from the MVS system to the LAN. However, some settings in the TCP/IP Profile dataset may need to be altered, depending on your current settings.
Reference.) • KEEPALIVEOPTIONS statement: PSF relies on TCP to detect when a connection with the printer is no longer usable. When no data has been exchanged between PSF and its connection partner, TCP sends keep-alive probes to the connection partner periodically. These periodic probes, called...
6. Test the printer to ensure it prints from the MVS host Test the printer by one of the following methods: • Send a job from the host through PSF to print on the printer. • Ping the printer from your MVS host to ensure MVS can establish a connection with the TCP/IP-attached printer.
There is proper connectivity to the Multi-station Access Unit (MAU), if one is being used. • The IP address used to define the printer in PSF is unique in the TCP/IP network. • The IP address of the MVS system is unique. If not, consult your network administrator to resolve the address problem.
If the printer is on a LAN that also has a large number of other devices attached to it, the high levels of traffic on the LAN can cause printer speed degradation. Consider moving the printer to a LAN that does not have so much activity on it.
Defining the printer to the host: TCP/IP attachment References – MVS The following IBM documents, referenced in this section, can provide additional information on MVS-to-IPDS printer connectivity. Title MVS Collection Online Library Omnibus Edition OS/390 HCD Planning or MVS/ESA Migration Planning: Dynamic I/O Configuration OS/390 HCD User’s Guide or MVS/ESA Hardware Configuration: Using the Dialog...
V3R2 5763TC11 V3R2 5763AF1 Network configurations – AS/400 The printer is supported in all the following types of AS/400 configurations, provided that the software prerequisites are installed. • Basic configuration in which the AS/400 is attached to a LAN using either a Token Ring or Ethernet network adapter card •...
Configuration steps – AS/400 Follow these steps to configure your AS/400 to print to a printer connected to the LAN, using TCP/IP. Configuration The following worksheet will help you in planning the printer worksheet installation.
2. Create the PSF/400 configuration Follow these steps to configure PSF/400 for the printer. 1. At the AS/400, press <F4> to prompt the CRTPSFCFG command. 2. Key in the parameter values as indicated in the figure below. For parameters with * beside them, refer to the configuration worksheet, earlier in this section.
Defining the printer to the host: TCP/IP attachment 3. Create the printer device description – AS/400 Follow these steps to create the device description for the printer. 1. At the AS/400, press <F4> to prompt the CRTDEVPRT command. 2. Key in the parameter values as indicated in the appropriate figure below.
LIBRARY... TEXT ‘DESCRIPTION’... 4. Test the printer connection – AS/400 Test the printer by one of the following methods to ensure AS/ 400 is able to make a connection with the printer: • Send a job from the host through PSF to print.
Defining the printer to the host: TCP/IP attachment Pinging the printer To ping the printer to verify a connection can be made, enter the following command on an OS/400 command line: PING ‘Remote Location’ ‘remote location’ specifies the internet protocol (IP) address of the printer (refer to the configuration worksheet, earlier in this section).
There is proper connectivity to the Multi-station Access Unit (MAU), if one is being used. • The IP address used to define the printer in PSF is unique in the TCP/IP network. • The IP address of the AS/400 system is unique. If not, consult your network administrator to resolve the address problem.
OS/400 Work Management F-28 problems If the printer is on a LAN that also has a large number of other devices attached to it, the high levels of traffic on the LAN can cause printer speed degradation. Consider moving the printer to a LAN that does not have so much activity on it.
(physical printer) using Infoprint Manager for Windows NT and Windows 2000. To create a PSF TCP/IP printer: 1. On the menu bar, click Printer, then Create, then PSF, then TCP/IP. NOTE: If the TCP/IP is not shown in the menu, add it by selecting Printer, then Add/Remove Menu Items.
This is a graphical user interface (GUI) supported by Infoprint Manager for AIX versions 3.1 and 3.2 only. NOTE: Regardless of the method used, from the Model pulldown menu, make sure to select Infoprint 60 as your printer model. For detailed information on setting the attribute default values using any of these methods, refer to the appropriate section of the document, IBM Infoprint Manager for AIX, Getting Started.
Glossary This glossary contains a list of terms for working with the Xerox DocuPrint NPS/IPS printing system, and a definition of each. Paper size measuring 297 by 420 mm. Paper size measuring 210 by 297 mm. American Standard 7-bit code which represents alphanumeric information.
Glossary binary digit (bit) In the binary numbering system, either of the characters 0 or 1. The bit is the basic unit of information with which a computer works. It can take the form of a magnetized spot, an electric pulse, a positive or negative charge, etc.
(2) for adjusting differences of speed between devices, or between a device and a communicating facility. bypass transport Optional module that moves paper from the printer to a finishing device. byte Fixed number of bits (in data processing, usually 8) operated upon as a unit.
Glossary client software Software that manages the submission of print jobs to the Printer Controller. client workstation Workstation connected to the network used to create print jobs (documents) and submit them to the printer controller. command Statement entered that instructs the system to perform an operation.
Unit). Document Feeding and Finishing Architecture. Software that enables third-party feeding and finishing devices to be attached to a Xerox printer to perform pre- and post-processing functions (such as roll-feeding, saddle-stitching, booklet-making, etc.) diagnostics Programs used to diagnose problems within the system or to help service personnel pinpoint the source of such problems.
Hardware devices or software packages that allow the printer to perform as specified. Ethernet Network standard consisting of a coaxial cable or twisted pair and associated components for connecting workstations to each other, to file servers, and to peripherals.
3. To prepare the surface of a disk for acceptance of data. form feed Keyboard/printer control character that causes the printer to skip the top of the next page. forms source library. Uncompiled collection of user-created files containing FDL commands. Refer to FDL; form.
Process of installing system hardware and software. Also the process of converting a design into an actual working system. impressions per The number of pages (one side) a printer can print during the minute (ipm) space of one minute. Used interchangeably with pages per minute (ppm).
Internet Protocol Refers to an address of any host that uses TCP/IP network (IP) address protocol. Image Output Terminal. See printer. job descriptor entry. Collection of job descriptions. See also job; JSL. job descriptor library. Collection of compiled job descriptions.
A logical page is defined by an origin location, thus allowing more than one logical page to be placed on a physical page. long-edge feed The movement of paper through the printer in the direction of the (LEF) paper length (the longer side of a sheet of paper). See also short-edge feed.
network 1. System of geographically separate computers, linked to one another over transmission lines. 2. Communication lines connecting a computer to its remote terminals. node Station, terminal, or computer that performs some control operation and influences the operation of the network as a whole.
Set of attributes available for controlling the processing of a print job. Print attributes include simplex or duplex printing, media selection, collating, stitching, and so on. Print attributes can be sent to the Printer Controller as part of the job, providing automatic job processing. printer...
99 records in a sequential file-access file have to be read before the 100th record is accessible. short-edge feed The movement of paper through the printer in the direction of the (SEF) paper width (the shorter side of a sheet of paper).
Glossary string Connected sequence of alphanumeric characters treated as one unit of data by a program. SunOS Operating system developed primarily by Sun Microsystems for use on Sun computers and workstations. SunOS provides inherent support for UNIX and for TCP/IP. syntax Rules governing the structure of expressions in a programming language.
Page area selected by a forms designer for printing. virtual printers Alternate names for the printer which allow different sets of default attributes to be applied to submitted jobs. The operator and system administrator define virtual printer names and the associated set of attributes and values.
5-1–5-3, 5-9, 6-1–6-5, 6-28–6-30 printer controller space 5-8 site 4-6 space 5-3, 6-6, 6-19–6-28 Token Ring 4-16 responsibilities customer 1-13, 4-2–4-4, 8-2–8-3 Xerox 1-13, 4-1–4-2, 8-2–8-3 retry count 4-11 root password 4-10 router, default 4-10 RPRINTER D-5 safety hotline numbers xi laser ix operation x–xiii...
F-1 Ethernet interface 1-6 configuring F-13 Profile dataset F-14–F-16 telephone numbers service B-2 Xerox Parts and Product Support Center A-23 throughput speed 1-2 time requirements, planning installation 4-5 tinted paper A-3 Token Ring 1-6, 1-11, 2-5, 4-16 toner, see dry ink...