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  • Page 2: Product Description

    PrintPartner 20W PAGE PRINTER PRODUCT DESCRIPTION FUJITSU LIMITED Communications and Electronics Tokyo, Japan...

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    First issue Specification No. C145-C037-01EN The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice. All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 1999 FUJITSU LIMITED. Printed in Japan. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without permission.

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    #02-06 CINTECH II, SINGAPORE 0511 TEL: (65) 777-6577 FAX: (65) 777-8794 FUJITSU SYSTEMS BUSINESS (MALAYSIA) SDN. BHD. Fujitsu Plaza, 1A, Jalan Tandang 204 P.O. Box 636 Pejabat Pos Jalan Sultan 46770 Petaling Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan, MALAYSIA TEL: (60-3) 793-3888...

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    Chapter 4: Describes the control panel (LED indicators, LCD, and push-button switches). It also summarizes control panel’s setup functions and the printer utility programs, MarkVision™ and PPMENU. Chapter 5: Gives information on the interface, its hardware specifications, and software specifications. It also summarizes command sets.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    4.2.1 MarkVision™ ... 4-4 4.2.2 PPMENU ... 4-6 Printer Drivers ... 4-8 4.3.1 Standard printer drivers for Windows 95/98 and NT 4.0 ... 4-9 4.3.2 Standard printer drivers for Windows NT 3.51 ... 4-10 4.3.3 FPS printer drivers for Windows 95/98 ... 4-11 4.3.4 FPS printer drivers for Windows NT 4.0 ...

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    5.4.3 Serial data format ... 5-15 5.4.4 Cable connection diagrams ... 5-15 5.4.5 Data protocols ... 5-16 Command Sets ... 5-18 5.5.1 Printer emulation ... 5-18 5.5.2 HP LaserJet 5 command set summary ... 5-19 HP LaserJet 5 PCL mode ... 5-19

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    APPENDIX A SYMBOL SETS ... A-1 APPENDIX B RESIDENT FONTS ... B-1 B.1 HP LaserJet 5 Emulation ... B-1 B.2 PostScript Level 2 Emulation ... B-4 APPENDIX C PRINTER LOGO AND LABELS ... C-1...

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    ILLUSTRATIONS AND TABLES Figure 1.1 PrintPartner 20W printer ... 1-2 Figure 1.2 Printer dimensions ... 1-4 Figure 1.3 Optional interface and emulation ... 1-5 Figure 2.1 Printer block diagram ... 2-2 Figure 2.2 Structure (with duplex unit + paper trays 1 to 3) ... 2-4 Figure 3.1 Printing area ...

  • Page 11: Chapter 1 Features

    CHAPTER 1 FEATURES The PrintPartner 20W is an electrophotographic, semiconductor laser, desktop, cut-sheet, page printer suitable for a wide range of applications. With a minimum of modifications, it can be used for OEM applications. The PrintPartner 20W emulates the HP LaserJet 5 page printers (PCL6 including PCL5e) and the PostScript level 2 printers (PSL2).

  • Page 12: Figure 1.1 Printpartner 20w Printer

    Interface board slot Interface connector Face-up stacker (Paper eject unit) Tray covers Print unit Stopper Toner bottle Figure 1.1 PrintPartner 20W printer Stacker-full sensor Control panel Side cover (RAM and font card slots inside) Power inlet Power switch Lock levers...

  • Page 13: Fine Print Quality

    Fine Print Quality The PrintPartner 20W uses electrophotography and a semiconductor laser unit that is compact, easy to control, and consumes very little power. The print resolution is 600 600 dpi (23.6 lines/mm). It is 1200 1200 dpi (47.2 lines/mm) at the half speed. Natural curves and very fine lines are printed clearly.

  • Page 14: High Reliability And Easy Maintenance

    Almost all printer operations and regular maintenance procedures (handlimg paper and replacing consumables) are performed from the front, right side, and rear of the printer. The side cover is removable. The above items have improved reliability and made maintenance easier, both for general users and service technicians.

  • Page 15: Wide Variety Of Interfaces And Emulation

    The PrintPartner 20W uses a toner recycle mechanism that does not generate toner waste. This means that the printer uses toner effectively and the operator does not need to deal with wasted toner. The power-saving design (intelligent heater on/off sensing) reduces power consumption.

  • Page 16: User-friendly Operation

    The control panel consists of eight push-button switches, four LED indicators, and an LCD (two lines by sixteen characters). The LED indicators provide printer’s basic status information and the LCD provides status and error messages by language. Print menu, such as a message language, paper size, and line spacing, can be set easily using the control panel or remotely using the utility programs, MarkVision™...

  • Page 17: Chapter 2 Model Configuration And Equipment Structure

    CHAPTER 2 MODEL CONFIGURATION AND EQUIPMENT STRUCTURE This chapter gives the model configuration and equipment structure. Printer specifications differ between the 110– 120V version printers and the 220–240 V version printers. Model Configuration PrintPartner 20W page printer Input power (*) Options This printer is shipped with a 250-sheet paper tray (universal paper size).

  • Page 18: Block Diagram

    : Option (1) Printer The printer consists of a main controller, a control panel, a printer mechanism, a mechanism controller, paper feeding mechanisms including paper feeders, a power supply, and covers. The printing mechanism consists of a laser unit, a print unit (photoconductive drum, developing magnet roller, precharger), a toner bottle, a transfer charger, and a fuser unit.

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    The control panel has LED indicators, LCD, and push-button switches. The LED indicators display basic printer status, for example, whether the printer is online, whether the power supply is on, and whether an error has occurred. The LCD shows status or error messages by characters. The push-button switches control printer operation, for example, resetting the printer and printing a status report.

  • Page 20: Structure

    Structure The standard printer without options has the following structure, shown in Figure 2.2. The main power supply and fuser unit differ with AC input voltage (120 or 230 VAC).

  • Page 21: Chapter 3 Specifications

    CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS This chapter gives detailed specifications of the PrintPartner 20W, starting with general specifications like printer mechanism specifications and going on to electrical specifications such as input voltage and power consumption, environmental specifications, and paper specifications. General Specifications...

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    (*10) Stacker capacity (64 g/m (*11) Print area Dimensions (standard model) Weight Color of printer enclosures Specification Size A3, A5, Ledger, Legal, JIS-B4 A4, Letter, Executive, JIS-B5 Size of paper loaded can be set by the paper size dial.

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    The first printing time begins when a print start signal is sent to the printer in the ready state until the first printed sheet (A4, landscape) is completely ejected to the face-down stacker. The first printing time may be about one minute after the paper size has just been changed.

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    Item Noise (ISO 7779) Ozone emission Print quality Notes: 1) This specification applies to the recommended paper. 2) The print area is as specified in No. 11. 3) The environmental conditions are: 10 to 32.5˚C, 20 to 80% RH.(max wet-bulb 29˚C) Print precision Notes: 1) This specification applies to the...

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    Item Paper transport stability (*13) Notes: 1) This specification applies to the recommended paper. 2) No options Electrical Notes: 1) Momentary power failure, AC line noise, pulse noise, momentary variation of supply voltage, antistaic strength, EMC, lightning surge are tested by the test printing function built in the engine.

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    0.5 H Life 600,000 pages or five years, whichever occurs first, at room temperature and humidity, with preventive maintenance of the fuser unit, etc. at the time that the printer informs of it to the user. Transportration or storage (standard package) •...

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    Item Consumables Print unit Toner unit (three toner bottles/unit) * Life varies according to the printing mode. Regular maintenance parts and life time Specification The average life is determined by the total drive time under the following conditions. The table below lists the number of prints. Conditions 1 Printing mode: 2 sheets/job Pre-pick: Off...

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    Item Controller Emulation Emulation and resolution Interface Font Symbol sets (PCL) Engine resolution and smoothing MarkVision™ Driver Memory Firmware Specification Standard: HP LaserJet 5 ( PCL6 or PCL5e) PostScript level 2 (PSL2) Optional: A SIMM connector is provided for an optional emulation (not available currently).

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    * Scalable OCR-A/OCR-B fonts * HP Jet CAPs commands compatible • Flash ROM SIMM (for overlay printing) * 4MB capacity * Able to store overlay data permanently (Printer driver has an overlay manager.) * Transmission time saved * For PCL5e only Size and weight •...

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    Item Accessories and components packaged with the printer 3-10 Specification • Print unit (mounted in the printer) x 1 • Toner bottle x 1 • 250-sheet paper tray x 1 • Tray cover x 1 • Power cord x 1 •...

  • Page 31: Paper Specifications

    Paper Specifications The PrintPartner 20W prints on a variety of types and sizes of paper, so long as they meet the requirements shown below. Pretest unspecified or unusual printing materials to ensure that they do not cause a problem in charging, heating, or paper feeding.

  • Page 32: Printing Area

    3.2.2 Printing area No characters can be printed outside the bold line in Figure 3.1 because of the physical restrictions of the printing mechanism. Printing area Unprintable area Not guaranteed area 3-12 C’ Paper feed direction • Figure 3.1 Printing area Unit: mm D’...

  • Page 33: Other Precautions

    3.2.3 Other precautions • Use good-quality paper. • Ensure that paper is not wrinkled or curled. • Handle and store paper carefully to make sure they are not warped or damaged. • Do not use stapled paper or paper having metal parts. They will seriously damage the photoconductive drum. •...

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  • Page 35: Chapter 4 Control Panel And Printer Software

    POWER : Indicates printer power is on. ONLINE: Indicates the printer is online and ready to print. DATA: Flashes when data is being sent from the computer. Lights steadily when the printer buffer contains unprocessed data. ERROR : Indicates an error has occurred. Details are indicated by the message displayed in the LCD.

  • Page 36: Lcd

    4.1.4 Menu mode The menu mode allows the user to change the printer’s defaults using the four buttons on the control panel. The control panel has the menu mode to configure the printer to suit the requirements of user‘s computer, software, and documents.

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    The following shows the structure of the menus in menu mode. An asterisk (*) indicates a default option. Menu Mode Page Format Menu Quality Menu PCL Font Menu PCL Menu FPS Menu Config Menu Parallel Menu Serial Menu Network Menu Clear Warning Self Test Menu Font Print Menu...

  • Page 38: Printer Utility Programs

    95 environments only. The remote control panel is quite a nice function that enables the user to easily and remotely operate the printer even if the printer is set up remotely. MarkVision™ displays the printer control panel on the computer’s screen and gives the user the exactly same functions as available with the control panel of the printer.

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    Allows the user to remotely operate the printer. It displays an exact replica of the physical control panel on the printer, on the monitor. The user can click the appropriate button on the screen by the mouse as if he is pressing the real button on the printer control panel by a finger.

  • Page 40: Ppmenu

    The PPMENU’s main menu offers functions to select print options for user documents. It also offers an operation guide of some keys and a help message line. If the printer is not ready or has an error, a status message is displayed.

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    PCL Font Settings Print Quality SEND EXIT Menu Bar Library Special Option Help Typeface – CourierMd*, MorrisonRg, Taurus, etc. Font Source – Internal*, Soft Font, SIMM Font Symbol Set – Roman 8*, PC–8, etc... Pitch – 10.00*, or 0.44 to 99.99 (0.01 increments) Point Size –...

  • Page 42: Printer Drivers

    Printer Drivers Printer driver is a software acting under MS-Windows 3.X, 95/98, NT 3.51, or NT 4.0 and provides the printer with the information which can be read by the printer. Internal values of printer environments can be specified by the printer driver, and the user can specify paper size, resolution and/or other selectable values.

  • Page 43: Standard Printer Drivers For Windows 95/98 And Nt 4.0

    4.3.1 Standard printer drivers for Windows 95/98 and NT 4.0 Win95/98/NT4.0 Paper Job Finishing Printer Option Graphics Overlay Output Options Watermarks Paper Size – A3, A4* (†), A5, Ledger, Executive, Legal, Letter* (†), B5 (JIS), B4 (JIS), B5 ENV, DL ENV, C5 ENV, COM10 ENV, Monarch ENV, Custom Orientation –...

  • Page 44: Standard Printer Drivers For Windows Nt 3.51

    4.3.2 Standard printer drivers for Windows NT 3.51 WinNT3.51 Printer Setup Device Color/Halftone Properties Document Properties Advanced Document Properties Halftone Color Adjustment 4-10 Source – Auto*, Tray1, Tray2, MFF (MultiFunction Feeder), Manual Feed Name – (None), Letter*, Letter Small, Legal, Executive, A4, A4 Small, Note,...

  • Page 45: Fps Printer Drivers For Windows 95/98

    – Features: EconomyMode and FEIT – Current Feature Settings: Printer Setting*, Off, On (for each feature) Installable Printer Options – Options: Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4, Multi-function Feeder, Duplexer, Printer Memory – Current Option Settings: Installed or Not installed (for each option) Auto Update –...

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    Send Ctrl+D at End of Job – Yes* or No TrueType Fonts – Send to Printer as: Adobe Type 1* or Bitmap (Type 3) – Use Printer Fonts for All TrueType Fonts: Yes or No* – Use Substitution Table: Yes* or No Font Substitution Table –...

  • Page 47: Fps Printer Drivers For Windows Nt 4.0

    4.3.4 FPS printer drivers for Windows NT 4.0 WinNT4.0 FPS General Ports Scheduling Sharing Security Device Setting Page Setup Continued to next page Comment – Arbitrary Location – Arbitrary Driver – (For adding/replacing a driver) Default is the driver currently selected.

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    – Generated Job Control Code: Yes* or No – Send CTRL-D Before Each Job: Yes or No* – Send CTRL-D After Each Job: Yes* or No Printer Features – Smoothing: Printer Default*, Use Current Setting in the Printer, Off, On...

  • Page 49: Chapter 5 Interface Information

    CHAPTER 5 INTERFACE INFORMATION Overview The PrintPartner 20W printer communicates with the host through two parallel interfaces and a serial interface or an optional interface. The printer automatically selects the interface proper to the occasion. This chapter describes the parallel and serial interfaces. For locations of the parallel and serial interface connectors and the optional interface’s slot, see Figure 1.3.

  • Page 50: Connector Pin Assignment

    Nibble mode Input • Strobe pulse for reading data (Data 1 to Data 8). The printer reads data when this signal is low. • The pulse width must be 0.5 s or more at the printer’s receiving terminal. Host Clock This signal is set high when the host requests the reverse data transfer phase (nibble mode).

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    Input Output • Pulse signal indicating data reception completed (or data reception enabled) status • Issued when the printer switches from offline to online Reverse data transfer phase: This signal goes high when data being sent to the host is established.

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    (4) Other printer error Reverse data transfer phase: This signal is set low when the printer is ready to send data to the host. During the data transfer, it is used as data bit 0 (LSB), then data bit 4.

  • Page 53: Data Transmission Timing

    Acknowledge signals, the timing of the Busy signal must be as shown in the compatible mode of Figure 5.4a. To send data from the printer to the host, the interface enters the nibble mode where data is sent in units of four bits (nibble) using four output signal lines as data paths.

  • Page 54: Figure 5.4b Data Transmission Timing (nibble Mode)

    1284 Active (from CPU) Data Available (*) X Flag Ack Data Req Printer Busy Printer Clock Host Busy (from CPU) * Data Available is assigned for the cable. Figure 5.4b Data transmission timing (nibble mode) Data bit 0 Data bit 1...

  • Page 55: Parallel Interface (ieee 1284-c Connector)

    Parallel Interface (IEEE 1284-C Connector) The parallel interface is a bidirectional Centronics interface (nibble mode of the IEEE 1284 standard is supported). 5.3.1 Hardware requirements Signal levels: TTL-compatible 0.0 to +0.4 V for low-level +2.4 to +5.0 V for high-level Input circuit: SN74LS14 or equivalent Figure 5.5 shows the parallel interface input circuit.

  • Page 56: Connector Pin Assignment

    Reverse data transfer phase: Data bit 3, data bit 7, then forward path (host to printer) busy status Output This signal goes high when the printer is selected (online), and goes low when the printer is deselected (offline). X Flag...

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    (4) Other printer error Reverse data transfer phase: This signal is set low when the printer is ready to send data to the host. During the data transfer, it is used as data bit 0 (LSB), then data bit 4.

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    *1 Assigned as a signal name, without any function. Notes: Left-aligned signal names are in compati mode and right-aligned ones are in nibble mode. The direction (input and output) refers to the printer. Return line: Twisted-pair return line connected to the signal ground level 5-10...

  • Page 59: Data Transmission Timing

    Acknowledge signals, the timing of the Busy signal must be as shown in the compatible mode of Figure 5.8a. To send data from the printer to the host, the interface enters the nibble mode where data is sent in units of four bits (nibble) using four output signal lines as data paths.

  • Page 60: Figure 5.8b Data Transmission Timing (nibble Mode)

    1284 Active (from CPU) Data Available (*) X Flag Ack Data Req Printer Busy Printer Clock Host Busy (from CPU) * Data Available is assigned for the cable. Figure 5.8b Data transmission timing (nibble mode) 5-12 Data bit 0 Data bit 1...

  • Page 61: Rs-232c Serial Interface

    RS-232C Serial Interface The RS-232C serial interface is a standard interface of this printer. 5.4.1 Hardware requirements Signal levels: –3 V or lower for a mark condition (logical 1) +3 V or higher for a space condition (logical 0) Input circuit: An MC1489AL or equivalent is used to convert from the RS-232C level to the TTL level.

  • Page 62: Connector Pin Assignment

    Transmitting Data Input Receiving Data Input Data Set Ready The printer can receive or transmit data when this signal is in the space state. Signal Ground (common return) Output Data Terminal Ready Space state when the printer is ready to receive or transmit data...

  • Page 63: Serial Data Format

    5.4.4 Cable connection diagrams The connector at the printer side is a 9-pin type. The connector at the computer side is a 9-pin type or a 25-pin type. Computer (DTE) Figure 5.13a Example of RS-232C cable wiring (25-pin connector at computer side) Data bits Figure 5.12 RS-232C data format...

  • Page 64: Data Protocols

    XOFF code has been transmitted. When the printer is first turned on, the DTR signal is set to the space state (ready) and an XON (DC1) code is transmitted from the printer. When the printer is placed offline, the XOFF code is transmitted even if the buffer is not full.

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    Data transmission is suspended while the DTR signal is set off (low), but printing continues. When the buffer empty area exceeds 255 bytes, the DTR signal is set on (high) indicating that the printer is ready to accept data. 5-17...

  • Page 66: Command Sets

    The printer automatically senses the proper emulation. Either emulation can be set by the menu mode (config menu, personality item) of the control panel, according to the table shown below.

  • Page 67: Hp Laserjet 5 Command Set Summary

    5.5.2 HP LaserJet 5 command set summary HP LaserJet 5 PCL mode The printer responds to all HP LaserJet 5 control codes and escape sequences the same way as the native printer. The following listing is in command level sequence:...

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    Level 3 escape code ESC & a # C ESC & a # G ESC & a # H ESC & a # L ESC & a # M ESC & a # P ESC & a # R ESC & a # V ESC &...

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    ESC & l # A ESC & l # C ESC & l # D ESC & l # E ESC & l # F ESC & l # H ESC & l # L ESC & l # O ESC &...

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    Select a type face for the primary font. (#: 0 to 32767; 0 to 255 (one byte specification) and 256 to 32767 (two byte specification) One byte: 0=Line Printer, 1=Pica, 2=Elite, 3=Courier, 4=Helv, 5=Tms Rmn, 6=Letter Gothic, 7=Script, 8=Prestige, 9=Calson, 10=Orator, etc.) Two bytes: 4100=CG Triumvirat, 4101=CG Times, 4110=Futura 2, 4111=CG Palatino, 4112=ITC Souvenir, etc.)

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    ESC * c # E ESC * c # F ESC * c # G ESC * c # H ESC * c # P ESC * c # Q ESC * c # R ESC * c # S ESC * c # V ESC * c # W <data>...

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    ESC * s # I ESC * s # T ESC * s # U ESC * s # X ESC * s 1 M ESC * t # R ESC * t # S ESC * t # T ESC * v # N ESC * v # O ESC * v # T...

  • Page 73: Hp Laserjet 5 Hp-gl/2 Mode HP LaserJet 5 HP-GL/2 mode The HP-GL/2 mode is useful when using the PrintPartner 20W page printer instead of an HP X-Y plotter or equivalent. Picture Frame Set Commands ESC * c # X ESC * c # Y...

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    Vector Commands Polygon Commands Line and Fill Attributes Select Commands 5-26 Plot (or move along) an arc around the center specified by absolute coordinates. Plot (or move along) an arc around the center specified by relative coordinates. Plot (or move along) an arc through the three points specified by absolute coordinates.

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    Character Plotting Commands Symbol mode on/off. Plot the specified character (marker) at each end of vectors. Select a logical pen. Specify the screened vector, or the type of a image pattern imposed on lines. Transparency mode on/off. With mode on, the background is visible through blank areas of the foreground.

  • Page 76: Hp Laserjet 5 Pjl Mode

    This section lists all the Printer Job Language (PJL) commands, which arrange printing jobs in a shared printer system and read printer status messages back to the user. Except UEL, PJL commands start with @PJL followed by a command name, option data, and an LF character.

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    Option: ID, CONFIG, MEMORY, STATUS, VARIABLES, USTATUS, PAGECOUNT Enable responding with status information asynchronously, that is, when the printer status changes, when a job starts or ends, when a printed page is ejected, or when specified seconds elapsed. Option: DEVICE, JOB, PAGE, TIMED Disable responding with asynchronous status information in the current interface.

  • Page 78: Postscript Operators (commands)

    5.5.3 PostScript Operators (Commands) The PostScript level 2is the resident emulation of the PrintPartner 20W. For operators (commands) available in the PostScript level 2 emulation, refer to “PostScript Level 2 Reference Manual” provided by Adobe Systems Incorporated. 5-30...

  • Page 79: Chapter 6 Maintenance

    When power is turned on, a ROM sum and RAM write/read check are performed automatically. 6.4.2 Error display Printer operation is checked by firmware and, if an error is detected, the error status is displayed on the LCD on the control panel.

  • Page 80: Maintenance Tool

    6.5.1 Self test printing The SELF TEST button prints a setup report page which summarizes printer option settings. It can be used to easily check the electrical and mechanical states of the printer without the help of a computer. It also distinguishes between printer and computer errors, and confirms correct operation after an error recovery.

  • Page 81: Chapter 7 Options And Supplies

    CHAPTER 7 OPTIONS AND SUPPLIES Options (1) Paper feeder and paper tray 250-sheet paper feed unit (feeder unit with 250-sheet paper tray) 500-sheet paper feed unit (feeder unit with 500-sheet paper tray 250-sheet paper tray 500-sheet paper tray (2) Two-sided printing Duplex unit with 250-sheet paper tray Duplex unit (3) Extended RAM memory (EDO SIMM)

  • Page 82: Consumables

    Consumables (1) Print unit (2) Toner pack (two toner bottles) (3) Cleaner pad (two cleaner pads) (4) Toner kit (two tonner bottles and two cleaner pads) Periodic Replacement Parts (1) Fuser unit • 120 VAC • 220 to 240 VAC Documentation (1) User’s Manual (2) Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 83: Appendix A Symbol Sets


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    ISO8859-1 Latin 1 (ID:0N)

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    PC-8 (ID:10U)

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    PC-8 (Danish/Norwegian, ID:11U)

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    PC-85 (ID:12U)

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    Windows 3.1 Latin 1 (ID:19U)

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    DeskTop (ID:7J)

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    PS Text (ID:10J)

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    Ventura International (ID:13J)

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    (10) Ventura US (ID:14J) A-10...

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    (11) Microsoft Publishing (ID:6J) A-11...

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    (12) Legal (ID:1U) A-12...

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    (13) ISO United Kingdom (ID:1E) A-13...

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    (14) ASCII (ID:0U) A-14...

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    (15) ISO Swedish (ID:0S) A-15...

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    (16) ISO Italian (ID:0I) A-16...

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    (17) ISO Spanish (ID:2S) A-17...

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    (18) ISO German (ID:1G) A-18...

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    (19) ISO Norwegian (ID:0D) A-19...

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    (20) ISO French (ID:1F) A-20...

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    (21) Windows 3.0 Latin 1 (ID:9U) A-21...

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    (22) MC Text (ID:12J) A-22...

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    (23) PC-852 (ID:17U) A-23...

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    (24) PC-Turkish (ID:9T) A-24...

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    (25) Windows 3.1 Latin 2 (ID:9E) A-25...

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    (26) Windows 3.1 Latin 5 (ID:5T) A-26...

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    (27) ISO 8859-1 Latin 2 (ID:2N) A-27...

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    (28) ISO 8859-2 Latin 2 (ID:5N) A-28...

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    (29) Math-8 (ID:8M) A-29...

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    (30) PS Math (ID:5M) A-30...

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    (31) Ventura Math (ID:6M) A-31...

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    (32) PI Font (ID:15U) A-32...

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    (33) Symbol (ID:19M) A-33...

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    (34) Wingdings (ID:579L) A-34...

  • Page 117: Appendix B Resident Fonts

    APPENDIX B RESIDENT FONTS This appendix gives printing samples (scanned in 400 dpi) of resident fonts. There are 115 types of resident fonts (one bitmap font and 114 scalable fonts) in HP LaserJet 5 emulation and 35 types of resident fonts in PostScript level 2 emulation: B.1 HP LaserJet 5 Emulation One bitmap font LinePrinter 8.46 point, 16.66 pitch...

  • Page 120: Postscript Level 2 Emulation

    B.2 PostScript Level 2 Emulation Courier Regular Bold Bold, Oblique Oblique Helvetica Regular Bold Bold, Oblique Oblique Helvetica Narrow Regular Bold Bold, Oblique Oblique Times Regular Bold Bold, Italic Italic Symbol Palatino Regular Bold Bold, Italic Italic NewCentury Schoolbook Regular Bold Bold, Italic Italic...

  • Page 121: Appendix C Printer Logo And Labels

    APPENDIX C PRINTER LOGO AND LABELS PrintPartner 20W page printer Back Front Logo and labels Position Label Fujitsu model name Logo Power ratings, weight, and approved regulations Rating Control Spec, serial number, and revisions Contents...

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