To use the Stylus COLOR with your Macintosh using the
built-in serial interface, you need the following:
System 6.0.7 or later, or System 7.0 or later.
4MB RAM if you are running System 6.x or 5MB RAM if
you are running System 7.x.
Plenty of hard disk space to store and print color images.
The amount you need depends on the number and size of
your color images.
A standard Apple System/Peripheral-8 cable (8-pin mini
din male/male) or equivalent.
To connect the printer to an AppleTalk network, you need the
optional EPSON Talk kit, which contains a LocalTalk interface
board. To order the EPSON Talk kit, contact EPSON
Accessories or your dealer. You will also need two LocalTalk
Locking Connector Kits.
The following installation procedures describe how to set up
the printer if you are using the serial interface. If you are using
the optional LocalTalk interface, you first need to install the
LocalTalk interface board as described in Appendix A.
When choosing a location for the printer, use a surface that is
flat, horizontal, and stable.
Always leave approximately 2 inches of clear area next to the
knob on the printer's right side. The printer will not print if
anything is pressing against the knob.
Setting Up the Printer