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Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format
Printer User Guide
701P46753
Version 3.0
January 2006

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  • Page 1 Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer User Guide 701P46753 Version 3.0 January 2006...
  • Page 2 Solaris and SunOS are registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. UNIX is a registered trademark of Open Group Company Limited XEROX®, The Document Company®, the digital X®, Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer, and Versatec are the trademarks of or licensed to XEROX CORPORATION.
  • Page 3 Thank you for using the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier/Printer User Guide (hereinafter known as 6030/6050 Wide Format). This User Guide describes the basic operations and the detailed functions of the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier, Printer, and integrated Scanner. It also includes usage precautions, safety, replenishing toner, replacing paper, troubleshooting, and other general instructions.
  • Page 4 Conventions This User Guide uses the following symbols and conventions: < > key Indicates the keys on the keyboard. Press the <Enter> key. Indicates the menus and display items on the screens. Select either the [On] or [Off] buttons to display [Job Name], [Owner], and [Reason] in that order.
  • Page 5: Safety Notes

    Read these safety notes carefully before using this product to ensure you operate the equipment safely. Your Xerox product and recommended supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency approval, and compliance with established environmental standards.
  • Page 6 ISO 9000 quality certification and are subject to regular audits by the British Standards Institu- tion or equivalent national standards body. Xerox equipment which has been properly and regularly ser- viced and maintained should not have to undergo additional specific safety tests pursuant to the 1989 Regulation.
  • Page 7: Electrical Supply

    ANSWER: After safety testing, your Xerox Customer Service Engineer will provide you with a certifi- cate which details the results of all tests completed. In the event of any defect being noted, the Xerox equipment will be switched off and disconnected from the supply until the defect has been corrected.
  • Page 8: Operator Accessible Areas

    WARNING This product must be connected to a protective earth circuit. This product is supplied with a plug that has a protective earth pin. This plug will fit only into an earthed electrical outlet. This is a safety feature. To avoid risk of elec- tric shock, contact your electrician to replace the electrical outlet if you are unable to insert the plug into it.
  • Page 9: Emergency Power Off

    • This equipment is to be used on a dedicated 20A, 208-240 Vac 60Hz circuit or 16A, 220-240 Vac 50Hz circuit. The equipment must be connected to a grounded main outlet. If this machine needs to be moved to a different location, contact a Xerox service representative or your authorized local representative or service support organization.
  • Page 10: Disconnect Device

    • Always follow all warnings and instructions that are marked on or supplied with the equipment. • Always exercise care when moving or relocating equipment. Please contact your local Xerox/ Fuji Xerox Service Department, or your local support organization to arrange relocation of the product to a location outside of your building.
  • Page 11: Maintenance Information

    • Never override or "cheat" any of the electrical or mechanical interlock devices. • Never operate the equipment if you notice unusual noises or odors. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet and contact your local Xerox/Fuji Xerox Service Representative or Service Provider immediately.
  • Page 12: For Consumables

    Changes and modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by Xerox/ Fuji Xerox may void the user's authority to operate this equipment. Shielded interface cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compli- ance with FCC regulations in the United States and the Radio Communications Act 1992 in Australia/New Zealand as applicable.
  • Page 13: Product Safety Certification

    Product Safety Certification This product is certified by the following Agencies using the Safety standards listed. Agency Standard TUV Rheinland of North America, Inc. UL60950:2000 (USA) Can/CSA-c22.2 No. 60950-00 (Canada) TUV Rheinland Japan Ltd. IEC60950:1999...
  • Page 14: Regulatory Information

    Regulatory Information CE Mark The CE mark applied to this product symbolizes Xerox's declaration of conformity with the following applicable Directives of the European Union as of the dates indi- cated: January 1, 1995: Council Directive 72/23/EEC amended by Council directive 93/ 68/EEC, approximation of the laws of the member states related to low voltage equipment.
  • Page 15: Environmental Compliance

    Xerox ENERGY STAR equipment is preset at the factory to enter a ”low power” state and/or shut off completely after a specified period of use. These energy-sav- ing features can reduce product energy consumption in half when compared to conventional equipment.
  • Page 16: Product Recycling And Disposal

    Xerox product is part of the program. For more information about Xerox environmental programs, visit www.xerox.com/environment. If you are managing the disposal of your Xerox product, please note that the prod- uct contains lead, mercury and other materials whose disposal may be regulated due to environmental considerations.
  • Page 17: Illegal Copies And Printouts

    Illegal Copies and Printouts Congress, by statute, has forbidden the reproduction of the following subjects under certain circumstances. Penalties of fine or imprisonment may be imposed on those guilty of making such reproductions. 1. Obligations or Securities of the United States Government, such as: Certificates of Indebtedness National Bank Currency Coupons from Bonds...
  • Page 18 1. Stamps and other representatives of value, of whatever denomination, which have been or may be issued under any Act of Congress. 2. Adjusted Compensation Certificates for Veterans of the World Wars. 3. Obligations or Securities of any Foreign Government, Bank, or Corporation. 4.
  • Page 19 Canada Parliament, by statute, has forbidden the reproduction of the following subjects under certain circumstances. Penalties of fine or imprisonment may be imposed on those guilty of making such reproductions. 1. Current bank notes or current paper money. 2. Obligations or securities of a government or bank. 3.
  • Page 20: Other Countries

    In case of doubt, contact your legal counsel. Safety Extra Low Voltage Approval These Xerox Digital Copiers/Printers are in compliance with various governmental agencies and national safety regulations. All system ports meet the requirements for Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuits for connection to customer-owned devices and networks.
  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    Cutting Roll Media ........................24 Cutting Roll Media Manually....................25 Chapter 2 Printer Overview Overview of the 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service...............32 What is the 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service? ..............32 Print Service Operations......................34 Main Printing Functions......................36 Printer Control Panel Usage......................42 Basic Printer Control Panel Operations..................43...
  • Page 22 Communication Parameter Setup (Printer Control Panel)............64 Communication Parameter Setup (Print Services on Web) ............70 System Parameter Setup (Printer Control Panel)................73 System Parameter Setup (Print Services on Web) ................76 User Management (Print Services on Web)..................86 Printing a Configuration List ......................90 Software Option ..........................
  • Page 23 PS Command.......................... 143 EOP Command........................144 VCGL Pen Style (VCGL Define Pen) ................... 145 VCGL Pen Width ........................147 VRF Define Pen (Define Single Pen)..................148 VRF Define Multi Pen ......................150 TIFF Option..........................151 CALS Option.......................... 152 PS/PDF Option ........................153 Logical Printer Operations......................154 Selecting the Media Type .......................155 Using Media Other Than the Default Series ................156 Changing Output Roll Media for an Entire Job ..............157...
  • Page 24 Automatic Cut Using the Printer Control Panel .................206 Chapter 6 Ethernet Print Service (for UNIX) Overview of the Ethernet Print Service ..................208 Registering the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer System ..........209 Host System Registration .......................209 Registering the Remote Printer ....................210 Printing Using the ftp Command ....................212...
  • Page 25 Media Specifications........................252 Machine Specifications....................... 253 Command List ........................258...
  • Page 27: Chapter 1 Product Overview

    Chapter Chapter 0 Product Overview Chapter 1...
  • Page 28: Product Configurations

    Product Configurations The following product configurations and options are available for the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer and the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier/ Printer. Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer This unit is a printer only. Refer to the printer sections of this guide for information about its setup, features, and usage.
  • Page 30 ® and the AccXES Controller. Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer with Scan System Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Options You may acquire additional hardware and software options for all units. Contact your Xerox Sales Representative to obtain additional information on options.
  • Page 31: Major Components

    (*Multi Sheet Inserter) (optional) Feeder LED Illuminates red when the media tray is in use. Media tray (6050 only) A dual-roll media tray that feeds roll paper. Media tray (Standard) A dual-roll media tray that feeds roll paper. 10 Scanner power switch...
  • Page 32 Name Function Toner supply port The toner is refilled through this port. Major Components: Rear Name Function Document ejection port Documents exit the scanner from this location. Power outlet socket Not available Print ejection port Fused copies and prints exit the machine from this location.
  • Page 33 Name Function Interface connector The connector to which the printer is connected. Serial port connector Used by the service representative for maintenance. Circuit Breaker Switch Provides circuit breaker protection for the Copier/ Printer or Printer. Paper Heater Switch Switches the paper heaters on and off. Main Power Switch Switches the printer power on and off (if the Circuit Breaker Switch is already switched on).
  • Page 34: Power On/Off

    Power On/Off The scanner and the printer are each equipped with a power switch. The Circuit Breaker Switch must be in the ON position to switch the printer and scanner power on and off. No power is consumed when the Circuit Breaker Switch is in the OFF position, even though the power plug is connected to the power source.
  • Page 35: Powering Off

    Powering Off Switch off the power following the steps below. Never switch off the power while the machine is printing. Failure to observe this precaution may result in paper jams in the high-temperature areas of the printer. Switch OFF the Main Power Switch. When the remote switch is set to [Connect], and the Scanner Power Switch is set to ON, the power to the...
  • Page 36: Power Save Mode

    Power Save Mode The Power Save Mode automatically lowers the power consumption of the machine by reducing the fuser power. The machine will enter the power save mode when no prints or copies have been made for a preset period of time. •...
  • Page 37: Printer Control Panel Overview

    Operations from the Printer Menu" for detailed explanations of the use of the printer control panel. It is seldom necessary to use the printer control panel on the 6030/6050 Wide Format Copier/Printer because the same settings usually can be made using either the copier control panel or Print Services on Web, the built-in web interface.
  • Page 38 <Power Saver> button [Processing] lamp (green) Activates the energy-saving mode. Indicates the printing status. Also cancels the energy-saving mode. Printing in process Energy-saving mode Blinking Receiving print data activated. Not printing Energy-saving mode deactivated. Printer display [Error] lamp (red) Used for setting up the Indicates a printing error.
  • Page 39: Print Services On Web Overview

    Print Services on Web Overview Print Services on Web is web server software which is pre-installed in the 6030/ 6050 Wide Format Printer and Copier/Printer. Print Services on Web provides a user-friendly way to perform printer setup, communication (port) setup, job and error log management, and other procedures via a web browser.
  • Page 40: Operating Modes

    Operating Modes User Mode The user mode interface (user page) is shown in the image below. This page displays immediately after a user logs on to Print Services on Web. The selections on the tabs enable the user to do the following. [Job and Log] tab Check the status of a print job.
  • Page 41 Administrator Mode To enter the administrator mode, log on to Print Services on Web, select the [Administrator page] button, and then enter the administrator login and password when prompted to do so. The administrator page displays two additional tabs, [Properties] and [Tools], and expands the capabilities of the [Job and Log], [Status], and [Print Setup] tabs.
  • Page 42: Logical Printers Overview

    Stored Jobs are to copying, that is, both reduce setup time and increase efficiency by using previously saved job settings. A maximum of one hundred logical printers can be set up within one 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer or Copier/Printer for each supported data format.
  • Page 43: Loading Roll Media

    Loading Roll Media The message ‘Replace xxx media." will display when there is no media loaded or when the roll in use runs out. The media size displayed on the control panel will turn off when there is no media in the machine. Two rolls of media can be loaded in each of the media trays.
  • Page 44 While pulling on the lever located in the end of the roll paper shaft, remove the paper core in the direction of the arrow. Pulling the lever releases the lock and allows the roll to be removed from the shaft. There is an area at the front of the tray on which the roll paper can be placed.
  • Page 45 Rotate the roll media until the lead edge is gripped in the roller. Rotate the knob until the leading edge of the paper can be seen in the window. Gently but firmly close the media tray. The LED on the front of the tray will illuminate, and the roll paper will feed automatically to its starting position.
  • Page 46: Drawer Media Size Indicators

    Drawer Media Size Indicators The media size indictors help the user identify the media that is loaded in each of the drawers. These indicators are visible on the right hand side of the drawers. Usage instructions begin on the next page. The following types are available.
  • Page 47: Inserting Media Size Sheets

    Inserting media size sheets Open the tray. Remove the media size sheet. Fold the sheet so that the size loaded is displayed. Insert the media size sheet.
  • Page 48 Gently but firmly close the media tray.
  • Page 49: Loading Media For Manual Feeding

    1.10 Loading Media for Manual Feeding Adjust the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/ Manual Feed Unit's side guides to fit the size of the media that is to be printed. Place the side of the media to be printed face up, and align it with the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit's side guides.
  • Page 50: Cutting Roll Media

    1.11 Cutting Roll Media The lead edge of the media should be cut when the media is loaded, on recovery from a media jam, and when the lead edge of the roll is damaged. There are two methods for cutting the lead edge of the roll media: •...
  • Page 51: Cutting Roll Media Manually

    Cutting Roll Media Manually Cutting the Front Roll Open the media tray. Pull the lever to open the tray cover. Lever Rotate the roll media until the lead edge is gripped by the roller.
  • Page 52 Rotate the knob until the media's lead edge protrudes from the tray outlet. Grasp the cutter by the handle and slide it to the opposite side of the tray to cut the paper. CAUTION: Use the cutter handle to prevent personal injury which may result from sliding your fingers along the sharp, metal cutting bar.
  • Page 53 Close the media tray.
  • Page 54 Cutting the Rear Roll Open the media tray. Rotate the roll paper until the lead edge is gripped by the roller. Rotate the knob until the media's lead edge protrudes from the tray outlet. Pull the lever to open the tray cover. Rotate the knob until the paper passes through the tray outlet.
  • Page 55 Grasping the cutter by the handle, slide the cutter to the opposite side of the tray to cut the paper. CAUTION: Use the cutter handle to prevent personal injury which may result from sliding your fingers along the sharp, metal cutting bar. Remove the media that was cut off.
  • Page 57: Chapter 2 Printer Overview

    Chapter Chapter 0 Printer Overview Chapter 2...
  • Page 58: Overview Of The 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service

    What is the 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service? The 6030/6050 Wide Format print service is software that processes print jobs that it receives from a client. The 6030/6050 Wide Format print service enables all types of image data to be printed in the supported formats, including standard and non-standard size documents, enlarged and reduced images, and split (fragmented) images.
  • Page 59: Printing Methods

    BT-PlotAssistant is printer support software that runs on Windows operating systems. Using BT-PlotAssistant’s simple user interface, the user can submit documents to the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer. Refer to the Xerox 6030/6050/6204 Wide Format BT Plot Assistant User Guide for details on available functions. •...
  • Page 60: Print Service Operations

    Print Service Operations The printer control panel and Print Services on Web are the two main features that enable users to set up and perform print service operations. Printer Control Panel The printer control panel can be used to perform a variety of tasks, among them: •...
  • Page 61 Print Services on Web Print Services on Web is web server software which is pre-installed in the 6030/ 6050 Wide Format. Print Services on Web provides a user-friendly way to perform printer setup, communication (port) setup, log management, and other procedures via a web browser.
  • Page 62: Main Printing Functions

    Stored Jobs are to copying, that is, both reduce setup time and increase efficiency by using previously saved settings. A maximum of one hundred logical printers can be set up within one 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer or Copier/ Printer for each supported data format.
  • Page 63 • Refer to "3.5 System Parameter Setup (Print Services on Web)" for details on setting up the logical printer extensions. • Refer to "4.1 Creating a New Logical Printer" for help in setting up logical printers. Document Size Input The following two methods are available for judging the size of the input document: •...
  • Page 64 Size Mapping Size mapping is the process of setting up a table that establishes relationships between input document sizes and output image sizes. When size mapping is finished (must be done prior to printing), documents can be enlarged or reduced automatically based on the table entries.
  • Page 65 Plot Area, Auto-Layout, and Offset It is possible to print a specified area of an input document. The specified area can be printed in the center of the media or moved to another position (auto- layout, offset). Refer to the "Plot Area" section of "4.3 Logical Printer Print Settings" for details on available functions.
  • Page 66 The most recently printed document can be reprinted. The print quantity also can be specified. Reprinting is not possible with the Xerox 6030 WF or Xerox 6050 WF if a copy job is performed after the print operation. Refer to "10.5 Reprinting" for details on available functions.
  • Page 67: Canceling Jobs

    Canceling Jobs Jobs transmitted to the 6030/6050 Wide Format can be deleted by pressing the <Cancel Job> key on the printer control panel. It is also possible to cancel jobs from Print Services on Web. Refer to "2.2 Printer Control Panel Usage" for details on the <Cancel Job> key, and "4.5 Print Services on Web: Job and Log"...
  • Page 68: Printer Control Panel Usage

    Printer Control Panel Usage This section describes the names and functions of the printer control panel components. <Power Saver> button [Processing] lamp (green) Activates the energy-saving mode. Indicates the printing status. Also cancels the energy-saving mode. Printing in process Energy-saving mode Blinking Receiving print data activated.
  • Page 69: Basic Printer Control Panel Operations

    Basic Printer Control Panel Operations The printer must be in the offline mode before settings can be changed. Pressing the <Menu> key switches the printer to the offline mode and displays the menu screen. Button Functions The following buttons are used to navigate the menu screen. <Menu>...
  • Page 70: Overview Of The Operation Menu

    Overview of the Operation Menu The printer control panel’s operation menu is depicted in the image below. Descriptions of the sub-menus follow. Online Mode Ready to print < > button Return to higher level <Menu> button < > button Move to lower level Offline Mode MENU MENU...
  • Page 71 PORT SETTING MENU Sets up the communication parameters that are required for connecting to the host. Refer to "8.2 Communication Parameter Setup (Printer Control Panel)" for set up procedures. TEST PLOT MENU Prints test patterns to help verify printer operation. Refer to "10.3 Test Printing"...
  • Page 72 Operation Examples This section provides examples of how to select menu items. <Menu> key Ready to print Press the <Menu> key. The machine will enter the offline mode. MENU NETWORK/PORT SET < > key Press the < > key. The top selection in the [NETWORK/PORT MENU SET] menu will display.
  • Page 73 Setting Up a Value This section provides an example of setting up a value. SYSTEM PARAMETER Select the menu item that you want to set Smoothing up so that it displays on the screen. < > key Press the < >...
  • Page 74 Entering Numbers and Characters This section provides examples of how to enter numbers and characters. Select the menu item that you want to set SYSTEM PARAMETER Low power mode1 < > key Press the < > key. The current setting for the selected item will Timer Value display.
  • Page 75: Print Services On Web

    Print Services on Web Print Services on Web is web server software which is pre-installed in the 6030/ 6050 Wide Format. Print Services on Web enables the user to perform the following procedures from a workstation using a web browser.
  • Page 76: Starting And Exiting Print Services On Web

    This section explains how to start and exit Print Services on Web. Start Print Services on Web Start the browser. Enter the URL for the 6030/6050 Wide Format (http://Home name or IP address) in the browser's address field, and then press the <Enter> key.
  • Page 77: Print Services On Web Organization

    Print Services on Web Organization This section explains the various pages contained within Print Services on Web. User Page This is the first page displayed when connecting with the Print Services on Web. The user page allows users to do the following. [Job and Log] tab Check the status of a print job.
  • Page 78 The administrator page permits the following. [Job and Log] tab • Check the status of jobs in the print queue. • View and print the job log and the error log. • Cancel a print job. • Change the priority of a print job. [Status tab] •...
  • Page 79 Online Help Click the Help [?] button displayed at the top, right corner of the window to display the online help. The online help enables you to answer many questions related to using Print Services on Web.
  • Page 81: Chapter 3 Printer Setup

    Chapter Chapter 0 Printer Setup Chapter 3...
  • Page 82: Communication Parameters

    Communication Parameters The 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer and Copier/Printer must be connected to a host PC before printing can be performed. Once the Printer or Copier/Printer is connected to the network, the communication parameters must be set up. The communication parameters can be set up from either the printer control panel or from Print Services on Web.
  • Page 83 TCP/IP The communication parameter nomenclature on the printer control panel will sometimes differ from the nomenclature on Print Services on Web. The Print Service on Web nomenclature appears in bold type in the table below. The following TCP/IP communication parameters must be set up. Menu Item Description Default Parser...
  • Page 84 *The routing table can be edited if [Static Routing] is set to [Enable]. A maximum of 512 items can be saved in the routing table. The [Registration Not Possible] screen will display if the number of items exceeds 512. Menu Item Description ROUTING TABLE Select [ ADD ] to enter additional routing information.
  • Page 85 Serial The serial communication parameters are listed below. The communication parameter nomenclature on the printer control panel will sometimes differ from the nomenclature on Print Services on Web. The Print Service on Web nomenclature appears in bold type in the table below. Menu Item Description Default Parser...
  • Page 86 Menu Item Description Job Separation Sets up the job separation option. The default setting is [ NO ]. (Page limit) [ YES ] Starts data conversion once the command that recognizes the end of the data is received, even if it occurs midway through the file. [ NO ] Spools data on the hard disk until the timeout is issued.
  • Page 87 Centronics (optional) The Centronics communication parameters are presented below. Menu Item Description Ack Mode The Ack mode is selected from [ MODE0 ], [ MODE1 ], [ MODE2 ], [ MODE3 ], and [ MODE7 ]. The default setting is [MODE0]. DMA Timeout The timeout value for data input is entered within a range of 1 to 255 seconds.
  • Page 88 VPI (optional) The following VPI communication parameters must be set up. Menu Item Description REPORT Determines if the host will be notified offline of the media running out. OFFLINE The default setting is [NO]. [ YES ] Issues offline notification. [ NO ] Does not issue offline notification.
  • Page 89 SNMP The communication parameters listed below must be set up. SNMP must be set up in Print Services on Web. The communication parameter nomenclature on the printer control panel will sometimes differ from the nomenclature on Print Services on Web. The Print Service on Web nomenclature appears in bold type in the table below.
  • Page 90: Communication Parameter Setup (Printer Control Panel)

    Communication Parameter Setup (Printer Control Panel) This section explains the procedures for setting up the communication parameters from the printer control panel. SNMP must be set up from Print Services on Web. The changed parameters become valid after the machine is rebooted. Procedure MENU Press the <...
  • Page 91 TCP/IP Setup PORT SETTING Display [TCP/IP] on the selection screen, and TCP/IP then press the < > key. TCP/IP Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Default Parser the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 92 Adding items to the routing table Static Routing 1. Select [ON] for [Static Routing], and then press the <Set> key. Now press the < > key. 2. Select [ADD] for the [ROUTING TABLE], ROUTING TABLE and then press the < >...
  • Page 93: Serial Setup

    Serial Setup PORT SETTING Display [SERIAL] on the setup item selection SERIAL screen, and then press the < > key. SERIAL Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Baud Rate the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 94 Centronics (optional) Setup PORT SETTING Display [CENTRO] on the setup item selection CENTRO screen, and then press the < > key. CENTRO Select the item that is to be set up with the use of DMA Timeout the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 95 VPI (optional) Setup PORT SETTING Display [VPI] on the setup item selection screen, and then press the < > key. Select the item that is to be set up with the use of Job Separation the < > and < > keys, and then press the <...
  • Page 96: Communication Parameter Setup (Print Services On Web)

    Communication Parameter Setup (Print Services on Web) The communication parameters for TCP/IP, Serial, Centronics (optional), VPI (optional), and SNMP can be set up from Print Services on Web. These procedures are explained below. • The machine must be rebooted for the changes to take effect. •...
  • Page 97 Select the interface or protocol ([TCP/IP], [Serial], [Centro], [VPI], [SNMP]) to be set up from the [System parameters] menu. The setup selections will display in the right-hand pane of the window. In the example below, [Serial] has been selected. • Only standard features and installed options are listed in the [System parameters] menu.
  • Page 98 To print a list of the settings, drag the right scroll bar to the bottom, and then select the [Print] button. After setting up all of the parameters, switch the Main Power Switch off and then on to enable the changes to take effect.
  • Page 99: System Parameter Setup (Printer Control Panel)

    The following system parameters can be set up from the printer control panel. These parameters can be set up on the copier control panel on the Xerox 6030/6050 Copier/Printers. If the parameters are set up on both the printer control panel and the copier control panel, the most recent settings will take precedence.
  • Page 100 Menu Item Description Print Density Sets up the default print density level. The density setting is a numeric value between -99 and 99. Job Recovery Determines how the jobs that were in the print queue when the printer power was shut off will be processed when the printer is switched back on.
  • Page 101 Procedure MENU Press the < > key with [MENU]/[SYSTEM SYSTEM PARAMETER PARAMETER] displayed. SYSTEM PARAMETER Scroll to the item you wish to set up using the Job Recovery < > and < > keys. [Set Date], [AUTO ROLL], [SPA PAPER WIDTH], [Smoothing], [Low power mode1], [Low power mode2], [Sleep Mode], [Attention Light], [Print Density], [Job Recovery], and [Net Cont.
  • Page 102: System Parameter Setup (Print Services On Web)

    System Parameter Setup (Print Services on Web) The system parameters listed below can be set up from Print Services on Web. These procedures are performed on the Administrator page. Refer to "3.3 Communication Parameter Setup (Print Services on Web)" for information about setting up the [TCP/IP], [Serial], [Centro], [VPI], and [SNMP] selections in the [System Parameters] menu on the Properties tab.
  • Page 103 Menu Item Description Job Recovery Determines how the jobs that were in the print queue when the printer power was shut off will be processed when the printer is switched back on. The default setting is [OFF]. [ OFF ] Jobs that had not been output when the power was shut off are canceled (not printed).
  • Page 104 Procedure Start Print Services on Web, log in as Administrator, and display the [Properties] tab. Select the item that is to be set up from the [System parameter menu], for example, [Priority], [Replot], [Print density], [Paper Width for Special A], [Job Recovery], [Exclusive access time out], [Extension], and [Set date].
  • Page 105 Setting Up [Priority] The [Priority] parameter in Print Services on Web is the same as the [Print service] parameter on the printer control panel. Select [Priority] from the [System parameters] menu. The [Priority] selections will display in the right pane. Select the queuing standard from [QIN_FOPEN] or [QIN_FCLOSE].
  • Page 106 Setting Up [Replot] Select [Replot] from the [System parameters] menu. The Replot setup selections will display in the right pane. The parameter is enabled by default. De-select the checkbox to disable the feature. Disabling the feature will render the reprinting function inoperative. Press the [Apply] button to save the new setting, [Cancel] to revert to the existing setting, or [Reset to default] to return to the factory default setting.
  • Page 107 Setting Up [Print Density] Select [Print density] from the [System parameters] menu. The Print density selections will display in the right pane. Enter a positive or a negative number between -99 and +99 to set up the default print density. Larger negative numbers lighten the prints. Higher positive numbers darken the prints.
  • Page 108 Setting Up [Paper Width for Special A] Select [Paper Width for Special A] from the [System parameters] menu. The Paper Width for Special A selections will display in the right pane. Select the required paper width for Special A1 and Special A2 paper from the available selections.
  • Page 109 Setting Up [Job Recovery] Select [Job Recovery] from the [System parameters] menu. The Job Recovery selections will display in the right pane. Select the option that will determine how jobs that are in the print queue when the printer power is shut off will be processed when the power is switched back on. The choices are [OFF], [Queued], and [All].
  • Page 110 Setting Up [Extension] Select [Extension] from the [System parameters] menu. The Extension selections will display in the right pane. Select the required format from [Data format]. As required, add or delete an extension: Add an extension To add a new extension, enter an extension name of eight characters or less in the text field, and then click the [Add] button.
  • Page 111 Setting up [Set date] Select [Set date] from the [System parameters] menu. The Set date selections will display in the right pane. Enter the date. If the time selections are not displayed, drag the bottom scroll bar to the right to display them.
  • Page 112: User Management (Print Services On Web)

    User Management (Print Services on Web) The User management menu on the [Properties] tab of Print Services on Web enables the administrator to perform the user management functions described in this section. Changing User Passwords Select [User list (ftp)] from the [User management] menu. A list of all current ftp users will display in the right pane.
  • Page 113 The Change password fields will display in the right pane of the window. Enter the new password in the [New password] field. Confirm the new password in the [Confirm New Password] field. Click the [Apply] button to save the change, or [Cancel] to undo it. Adding Users Select [Add user (ftp)] from the [User management] menu.
  • Page 114 Deleting Users Select [User list (ftp)] from the [User management] menu. A list of all current ftp users will display in the right pane, including the default username [ftpusr] which is set up within the system and cannot be deleted.
  • Page 115 Select the [Delete] button for the ftp username that you wish to delete. A warning popup will display if you attempt to delete [ftpusr].
  • Page 116: Printing A Configuration List

    Printing a Configuration List The procedures below explain how to print a configuration list that shows the hardware and software configuration, communication parameter (port) settings, and system parameter settings of the printer. This list may be printed from either the printer control panel or Print Services on Web.
  • Page 117 From Print Services on Web Start Print Services on Web, log in as Administrator, and select the [Properties] tab. Select [Print Settings] in the System parameters menu. The current print settings will display in the right pane. Using the scrollbar on the right side of the window, scroll to the bottom of the Print Settings list, and then select the [Print] button.
  • Page 118 An example of the configuration list (settings printout) is shown below.
  • Page 119 Description of the Configuration List Contents The contents of configuration list are explained below. Displayed Item Description H/W CONFIG Model Product name Software Version Installed version of the printer software RAM Total Displays the amount of memory installed in the printer.
  • Page 120: Software Option

    Software Option The [Software Option] selection on the Print Services on Web [Properties] tab displays all installed optional software and related Feature Key (Key Install Key) information, for example, for the PostScript Driver.
  • Page 121: Change Password

    Change Password The [Change Password] selection on the Print Services on Web [Properties] tab can be used to change the password that is used to log in to the Administrator page. Maintain a record of the new password in a secure location. Select the [Change Password] selection on the [Properties] tab.
  • Page 122: Change Default Language

    3.10 Change Default Language The [Change default language] selection on the Print Services on Web [Properties] tab can be used to change the language that is displayed when Print Services on Web is started. The language can be changed to English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, or Portuguese.
  • Page 123: Logical Printer Setup And Operation

    Chapter Chapter 0 Logical Printer Setup and Operation Chapter 4...
  • Page 124: Creating A New Logical Printer

    Creating a New Logical Printer One hundred logical (virtual) printers, numbered from 00 to 99, can be set up for each of the available data formats (HP-GL, Versatec, TIFF, CALS, PS/PDF). The procedure below explains how to create a new logical printer. Start the web browser and log in to Print Services on Web.
  • Page 125 Select the data format for the new logical printer from the [Data format] menu. The selections include [Versatec], [HP-GL], [TIFF], [CALS], and optionally, [PS/PDF]. The logical printers are pre-configured in the factory to their default print settings. These defaults, as well as the options you can select, are defined in the upcoming section 4.2 Defining the Print Settings.
  • Page 126 Select an unused logical printer. To do this, select a range of numbers in the [Detail] list at the left side of the screen, beginning with [00-09]. The ten logical printers will appear in the right pane of the screen. Continue selecting the ranges of numbers, as required, until you locate an unused logical printer, and then click the [Display] button.
  • Page 127: Defining The Print Settings

    Defining the Print Settings The next step, after creating a logical printer, is to set up the parameters that define how it will process print jobs. These parameters are located at the left side of the screen in the [Print Setup] menus ([Media setting], [Input setting], [Output setting], [Transform], [Pen setting], and [Command setting]).
  • Page 128: Logical Printer Print Settings

    Logical Printer Print Settings This section describes the print settings for the logical printers. Logical Printer Parameters by Data Format The logical printer parameters will vary by data format, as indicated in the table below. HP-GL Versatec TIFF CALS PS/PDF Media Series Media Series Media Series...
  • Page 129 [Print Setup] Menu Item Description Format Menu Media setting Media Source Determines whether the paper is to be fed (continued) automatically from a roll or from the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit, and sets up the priority ([Job] or [Controller]). The optional (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit is required for manual feeding.
  • Page 130 Parameters Unique to Data Formats [Print Setup] Menu Item Description Data Format Menu Output Plot Area Sets the print range, centering, and offset. All (see Note) setting Color Option Enables or disables the White Mode (white HPGL, Versatec line) function. TIFF Option Sets up the sorting and output sequence, and TIFF...
  • Page 131: Media Series

    Media Series This parameter sets up the media size series for the input size, output size, and media size. Each item can be set to a different media size series. Settings The settings are as follows. All of the default settings are [ISO A]. Menu Item Description Input size...
  • Page 132 The media types that can be set for each paper group are shown below. • Input size, Output size MEDIA Standard Size SERIES ISO A A0 to A4, U0 to U4, A0L to A4L ISO B Input size: B0 to B4, BU0 to BU4, B0L to B4L Output size: B1 to B4, BU1 to BU4, B1L to B4L Special A SA0 to SA3, SU0 to SU3, SA0L to SA3L,...
  • Page 133: Size/Media Mapping

    Size/Media Mapping Standard size images and user-defined images can be enlarged and reduced to fit standard and user-defined output sizes. This is known as "Size Mapping". It is also possible to specify which roll media is to be used based on the output size. This function is known as "Media Mapping".
  • Page 134 Media Mapping Output on the A3 roll media Output image size Paper Rotated 90 degrees Output on the A2 roll media Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Auto Mapping Sets whether the automatic mapping functions is to be enabled or not.
  • Page 135 Example When the mapping table is set up as shown below, an image with an input size of A3 will be printed as follows. Media Mapping Input size Output size Media size Size Mapping Size mapping is applied to the image with an input size of A3, which is then enlarged to an A2 output size (enlarged by 141.4%).
  • Page 136: Media Source

    Media Source This setting determines whether the media will automatically feed from a roll or from the manual feed tray (cut sheet). The priority sequence when automatic selection is specified is [Roll1], [Roll2], [Roll3], and [Roll4], in that order. The optional (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit is required for manual feeding.
  • Page 137: Media Type

    Media Type Determines the default media type selection for printing. This setting is valid when a different type of media of the same size is loaded in the printer. [ANY] is set for this under normal circumstances. When the media type specification command is already set up in the job data from the host, the host command has priority.
  • Page 138: User-Defined Size

    User-Defined Size The user-defined sizes are used for printing long images and non-standard size media. User-defined sizes can be specified for each standard size. It is possible to uniformly output all images that exceed the standard sizes but are within the specified user-defined sizes.
  • Page 139: Input Option

    Input Option Sets up the input image size. Two judgment methods are available for input image size. • Automatic (AUTO) Calculates the coordinates of the input image and automatically determines the nearest media size. • Specify Size Enables the user to manually select the media size of the input image. The media size can be selected from standard sizes and user-defined sizes.
  • Page 140 Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Media Size This parameter can be selected from either [ AUTO ] or one of the listed media sizes. The default setting is [AUTO] . The media size selections will differ based on the [Input size] parameter that is set up for the Media series.
  • Page 141: Input Size Margin

    Input Size Margin Specifies the top, bottom, left, and right margin settings for determining input sizes. Plus (+) values represent margins outside of the media size, and minus (–) values represent margins inside the media size. The size that includes (excludes) these margins is established as the input judgment size.
  • Page 142 Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Sets the left and right margin values within a range of –99 to 99 mm. The default settings is [5 mm] . Sets the lead and trail margin values within a range of –99 to 99 mm. The default settings is [5 mm] .
  • Page 143: Plot Area

    Plot Area Enables the print range (the plot area) to be specified based on the input image information. The plot area can be set up so that the image prints in the center of the media (Auto Layout) or is offset (Set Offset Value). If part of the image overlaps the margin when offset is specified, it will be cut off.
  • Page 144 Settings The settings for this function are as follows. The plot area cannot be set up for TIFF and CALS data. Only the auto layout function can be set for them. Menu Item Description Area Mode Sets the range to be printed at [ ADAPTED ], [ FIXED ], [ IP ], [ IW ], [ RASTER ], or [ FIRST ].
  • Page 145 Descriptions of Area Mode The area modes are described below. ADAPTED The data range of the input image is set as the print range (see Fig.1). FIXED (HP-GL) The range that encloses the maximum coordinate of the input image and the coordinates that represent the starting point of that coordinate is set as the print range.
  • Page 146 Fig.3. (IP AREA and IW AREA) The area specified with the [IP Command] or [IW Command]. Input image (0,0) Output image Offset Auto Layout: [YES] Auto Layout: [NO] Fig.4. (FIRST) (0,0) Output image Offset Auto Layout: [YES] Auto Layout: [NO] Fig.5.
  • Page 147: Priority

    Priority Sets up the printing priority. This function increases the priority of a job to print it out sooner when the job queue is congested. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description PRIORITY Sets one of the following as the printing priority. The default setting is [NORMAL] .
  • Page 148: Title Block

    Title Block The setting determines whether or not to rotate images 180 degrees. This setting is used to change the image orientation to ensure correct folding. Settings The available settings are as follows. Menu Item Description Media Size Determines whether or not to rotate images for each media size. Displays the media sizes that are selected in [Output size] under [Media series].
  • Page 149: Split Drawing

    Split Drawing When an image exceeds 1,189mm in length, it can be split (fragmented) and printed in sections. This function also enables you to add positioning marks on each split section. A maximum of 30 such sections is possible. Fragment length Fragment length...
  • Page 150 Item Description Page margin Determines whether or not the page margin will be present, and sets the margin where the pages are joined within a range of 0 to 90 mm. The default settings is [0 mm] . Alignment mark Determines whether or not to print positioning marks.
  • Page 151: Message Option

    Message Option Determines whether or not to print error messages, label messages, and date messages on the print. The size of the characters used in the messages is fixed at a height of 2 mm regardless of the enlargement or reduction. 5 mm Top right Top left...
  • Page 152 Menu Item Description Date Message Determines whether or not to print date messages. The default setting is [OFF] . The date format is [Year/Month/Day Hour:Minutes]. Example: [2006/01/02 14:56] Display Position Sets up the location where the message(s) will be printed. [ Upper left ] Prints the message(s) at the top left-hand corner of the page.
  • Page 153: Printed Copy

    Printed Copy Sets up the default number of copies to be printed. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. The [Priority] parameter can only be set for Versatec data. Menu Item Description Printed Copy Sets up the number of copies to be printed, in a range from 1 to 99. The default setting is [1] .
  • Page 154: Output Option

    Output Option Sets up the output size. The following two judgment methods are available for output image size. • Automatic (AUTO, OTHER, MIX, MIX2) Determines the most suitable output size based on the input size and the size mapping table. It also determines the roll media size to use based on the output size and the media mapping table (or automatically.) •...
  • Page 155 Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Media Size This parameter can be selected from [ AUTO ], [ OTHER ], [ MIX ], [ MIX2 ], or any of the standard media sizes . The default setting is [AUTO] .
  • Page 156: Media Size

    • Media Size In the case of [AUTO] Output in a size that is the standard shape increased in a multiple of integers. Input image that is longer In the case of [OTHER] than the standard size The same size as the input image is output.
  • Page 157: Size Recognition

    Size Recognition Size recognition determines whether images that are less that an A0 size in length (1,189 mm), but that are larger than a standard size, will be printed on media that is one size larger, or on standard size that has been increased in length. This setting is useful when all images will be printed on the same standard size media or on a standard size that has been increased in length.
  • Page 158 Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Size Sets up the size recognition priority mode. Recognition The default value is [Standard long size output]. [Standard long size Outputs images that are within the A0 output] size, but exceed the standard size, on one size larger standard shape paper.
  • Page 159: Color Option

    Color Option Sets the pen drawing color at a specified density or at black when a color command other than black is specified. This setting is only valid for HP-GL and Versatec data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description White Mode...
  • Page 160: Transform

    Transform Enables or disables the auto scale (automatic enlargement/reduction), mirror image, and 90-degree rotation functions. Auto Scale Input image Output image Mirror Image Input image Output image...
  • Page 161 90-degree Rotation Output image Input image Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Auto Scale Determines whether or not to automatically enlarge or reduce sizes when the input size and output size are different. The default setting is [ENABLE] .
  • Page 162: Define Single Pen

    Define Single Pen Defines the width, color, end style, and joint style pen attributes for HP-GL data. Click the [Change] button to edit the attributes of a pen. The screen below will display. Click [Apply] to save your changes.
  • Page 163 Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Pen No. Sets up the pen number, in a range from 0 to 98. Width Sets the line width in a range from 0 to 511, where a setting of ×...
  • Page 164 End style SQUARE The normal method for ending lines. ROUND Line width Rounds off both ends of the line with a half radius of the line width. Half the line width Half the line width EXTEND Extends both ends by half the line width. Line width Half the line width Half the line width...
  • Page 165 Joint style UNJOINT Does not join the lines. BEVEL Joins the outside corner of one line to the outside corner of the other line. MITER Extends the outside corners of both lines until they meet in a miter. ROUND Rounds off the area where the two lines meet. TRIANGLE Extends the joint by half the line width, and connects the top and outer edges of both lines.
  • Page 166: Define Multi Pen

    Define Multi Pen Sets up the line width, color, end style, and joint style pen attributes for HP-GL data for multiple pens. The same parameters will be set for all other pen numbers within the specified range. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Pen No.
  • Page 167: Pen Option

    Pen Option Determines whether or not to change the ratio of the pen thickness based on the enlargement/reduction ratio. This setting is valid for HP-GL data and Versatec data only. Settings The setting for this function is as follows. Menu Item Description Enlarge/reduce [ ENABLE ]...
  • Page 168: Emulation

    Emulation Selects the processing language for the HP-GL format only. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Emulation Sets the processing language at either [ HP-GL ] or [ HP-GL/2 ]. The default setting is [HP-GL] .
  • Page 169: Ps Command

    PS Command Enables or disables the PS command. These settings are valid with HP-GL data only. Settings The available settings are as follows. Menu Item Description PS command [ DO NOT IGNORE ] Enables the PS command. [IGNORE ] Disables the PS command. The default setting is [DO NOT IGNORE] .
  • Page 170: Eop Command

    EOP Command Enables and disables the EOP command for HP-GL data only. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. The default value for all parameters is [Enable]. Menu Item Description SP:Pen0 Enables or disables the SP:Pen0 command. PG:Adv Page Enables or disables the Adv Page command.
  • Page 171: Vcgl Pen Style (Vcgl Define Pen)

    VCGL Pen Style (VCGL Define Pen) Sets up the pen specifications for VCGL data only. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Joint style Sets up the joint processing for lines to [ UNJOINT ], [ BEVEL ], [ MITER ], or [ ROUND ].
  • Page 172 Dashstyle Example Broken line style NO WRAP Each dot represents the start of the broken line. Lines printed with the use of the broken line style shown in the example will be printed as a non-broken line, as shown in the illustration on the left. This is due to the fact that the dot appears before the line is broken, and this constitutes the starting point for printing another line.
  • Page 173: Vcgl Pen Width

    VCGL Pen Width Sets up the width of the VCGL pen only. Settings The setting for this function is as follows. Menu Item Description Width Sets the line width in a range from 0 to 511. × 1 = 0.0635 mm. The actual width of the line will be n 0.0635, with the line width set to n.
  • Page 174: Vrf Define Pen (Define Single Pen)

    VRF Define Pen (Define Single Pen) Sets the pen attributes for VRF data only. Click the [Change] button to define the attributes for a pen. The VRF Define Pen menus will display on the right side of the screen. Settings The settings for this function are as follows.
  • Page 175 Menu Item Description End style Sets the end of the line to [ SQUARE ], [ ROUND ], [ EXTEND ], or [ TRIANGLE ]. The default setting is [SQUARE] . Refer to "End style" for further details. Color Sets the line color to [ BLACK ] or [ WHITE ]. The default setting is [BLACK] .
  • Page 176: Vrf Define Multi Pen

    VRF Define Multi Pen Sets the pen attributes for multiple pens for VRF data only. The same parameters will be set for all other pen numbers within the specification range. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Pen No.
  • Page 177: Tiff Option

    TIFF Option Sets up the sorting and output sequence, and the resolution priority for TIFF data. These settings are only valid with TIFF data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Sort mode Determines whether or not to sort the output data. The default setting is [DISABLE] .
  • Page 178: Cals Option

    CALS Option Determines whether to enable or disable the [Rotate] command for CALS data only. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Specify Output [ ENABLE ] Enables the [Rotate] command. Direction [ DISABLE ] Disables the [Rotate] command.
  • Page 179: Ps/Pdf Option

    PS/PDF Option The available selections set up the default media size, roll, and DMS for PS/PDF data. Settings The settings for this function are as follows. Menu Item Description Default Media If media size information is not included in the print data, and no Size media is loaded in any trays, the page size of the data will be the selected media size.
  • Page 180: Logical Printer Operations

    Logical Printer Operations This section explains the procedures for performing the following using Print Services on Web. • Selecting the Media Type • Using Media Other Than the Default Series • Changing Output Roll Media for an Entire Job • Reduction and Enlargement Using Size Mapping •...
  • Page 181: Selecting The Media Type

    Selecting the Media Type The media type for the logical printers is set up using the [Media Type] selection. The available selections include [Any], [Bond], [Vellum], and [Film]. [Any] typically is selected as the media type. Specify the media type manually if the media is limited to a particular type.
  • Page 182: Using Media Other Than The Default Series

    Using Media Other Than the Default Series The media size series is set up using the [Media series] selection. The available selections include [ISO A series], [ISO B series], [SP. A series], [ARCH series], [ANSI series], and [ARCH-30 series]. The [Input size], [Output size], and [Media size] parameters can be set up individually for each media group.
  • Page 183: Changing Output Roll Media For An Entire Job

    Changing Output Roll Media for an Entire Job By setting the [Output Option] [Size] selection to [AUTO], the output media is determined by the settings in the logical printer's [Media mapping] table. If a media mapping table is prepared for each job, the output roll media can be changed for each job.
  • Page 184: Reduction And Enlargement Using Size Mapping

    Reduction and Enlargement Using Size Mapping Reduction and enlargement can be performed using the size mapping table. The size mapping table establishes relationships between input image sizes and output image sizes. It enables users to enlarge or reduce prints automatically. The size mapping table is set up using the logical printer’s [Size/media mapping] selection.
  • Page 185: Printing Long Documents

    Printing Long Documents The media cut mode can be set to either the standard A0 format (1,189 mm), the standard shape increased in length, or the synchronized cut. This parameter is set up using the logical printer [ Output Option ] feature. [AUTO] : The standard shape priority mode.
  • Page 186: Print Services On Web: Job And Log

    Print Services on Web: Job and Log The Print Services on Web [Job and Log] tab enables the user to perform the following. • Display the Print Queue • Cancel and Change the Priority of Jobs • Manage the Job and Error Logs •...
  • Page 187 Select [Job not completed]. A list of print jobs will display on the right side of the window. If the Administrator page is displayed, the jobs that are waiting to print will display a Change ] link at the right side. A job that is printing can not be changed, that is, it can not be canceled or be assigned a different priority.
  • Page 188 Displayed Description Item Size Displays the size of the job in KB. Change Job Changes the priority of or cancels a job. (On the Administrator page only)
  • Page 189: Cancel And Change The Priority Of Jobs

    Cancel and Change the Priority of Jobs Use this procedure to cancel a print job or change its priority. • These procedures can only be performed from the Administrator Page. • Completed jobs cannot be canceled or have their priority changed. Procedure Start Print Services on Web, log on as Administrator, and select the [Job and Log] tab.
  • Page 190 To reduce the size of the list, set up the [Logical printer] and [Logical printer number] fields, and then click the [Update] button. Set the [Update time] to automatically update the list, if desired. Click the [Change] link located on the right side of the job that you want to cancel or change.
  • Page 191: Manage The Job And Error Logs

    Manage the Job and Error Logs This function allows the user to print and delete the Job Log and the Error Log. It is only possible to display a list of jobs on the User page. All other operations must be carried out on the Administrator page. Job log and error log management also can be performed from the printer control panel.
  • Page 192 Select [Job Log] from the [Log list] menu. A list of processed jobs will display on the right side of the screen. To display a subset of the logged print jobs: • Enter a range in the [Job number] fields, and then click the [Update] button - or - •...
  • Page 193 Print the Job Log (manually) Start Print Services on Web, log on as Administrator, and display the [Job and Log] tab.
  • Page 194 Select [Job log] from the [Log list] menu. A list of completed jobs will display on the right side of the screen. To display a subset of the logged print jobs, enter a range in [Job number] or specify the period in the [Print log from:] fields, and then click the [Update] button.
  • Page 195 Print the Job Log (automatically) Start Print Services on Web, log on as Administrator, and display the [Job and Log] tab. Select [Job Log] from the [Log list] menu. A list of log information will display in the right pane.
  • Page 196 Click [Change settings]. The [Job log setup] screen will display. Select [ON] as the [Auto Print Setup] selection, and then click [Apply]. The job log will print automatically whenever sufficient job log entries accumulate.
  • Page 197 Delete the Job Log Start Print Services on Web, log on as Administrator, and display the [Job and Log] tab. Select [Job Log] from the [Log list] menu. The job log will display in the right pane.
  • Page 198 Click the [Delete log] button. A confirmation popup will display. Select the [OK] button to delete the job log, or [Cancel] to retain the log.
  • Page 199 Save the Job Log Start Print Services on Web, log on as Administrator, and display the [Job and Log] tab. Select [Job Log] from the [Log list] menu. The job log will display in the right pane.
  • Page 200 Further define the job log, if necessary, using the [Print log from], [Job number], [Date], and [Display] selections, and then click the [Save into file] link. The job log will be saved in a comma-separated value (CSV) format, and displayed as in the figure below.
  • Page 201 Display the Error Log The Error Log is a record of information about the errors that occurred during job processing. Procedure Start Print Services on Web and display the [Job and Log] tab on either the User Page or the Administrator Page. Select [Error Log] from the [Log list] menu.
  • Page 202 Saving, Deleting, Printing the Error Log The procedures for saving, deleting, and printing the error log(s) are the same as those for managing the job log(s). Refer to the relevant job log procedure when you need to change or save the error log data.
  • Page 203: Print Services On Web: Status

    To access Help, click the [?] button in the upper, right corner of the screen. Display Printer Status This function displays the status of the 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer and Copier/ Printer. Procedure Start Print Services on Web and display the [Status] tab on either the User page or the Administrator page.
  • Page 204 Click the [Update] button at the upper right corner of the tab to update the display. The current status of the machine will display. Use the right scroll bar to see the remaining details. You may select an interval at which the display will be updated using the [Update time:] menu at the upper right corner.
  • Page 205 Machine error An error has occurred in the machine. Simultaneously press the <> and <> buttons on the printer control panel. If the machine does not recover, contact your Xerox Service Representative. Paper jam Media is jammed inside the printer. Follow the instructions on the control panel to remove the jammed media.
  • Page 206: Start And Stop Job Reception, Printing, And The Print Service

    Start and Stop Job Reception, Printing, and the Print Service This function enables the following procedures to be performed. • Stop job reception Stops j ob reception from clients. • Start job reception Starts job reception. • Stop printing Jobs received from clients are placed in a [Queued] status and are spooled on the hard disk.
  • Page 207: Print Services On Web: Tools

    Print Services on Web: Tools The Print Services on Web [Tools] tab enables you to do the following: • Print a Test Pattern • Print a Diagnostic Report These procedures can only be performed from the Administrator mode. Test printing also can be performed from the printer control panel. Refer to 10.3 Test Printing.
  • Page 208: Print A Diagnostic Report

    Print a Diagnostic Report Procedure Start Print Services on Web, log on as Administrator, and select the [Tools] tab. Select [Diag report]. "Diag Report" will appear on the right side of the screen. Specify the inclusive report dates using the [Range (Date: YYMMDD):] field, and then click [Save].
  • Page 209: Manual Feed Printing

    Procedure Set [Media Source] for the logical printer to [Manual]. Send the print job to the 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer or Copier/Printer. The following message will display on the printer control panel if there is no media in the (MSI) Multi Sheet Inserter/Manual Feed Unit.
  • Page 211: Chapter 5 Additional Operations From The Printer Menu

    Chapter Chapter 0 Additional Operations from the Printer Menu Chapter 5...
  • Page 212: Introduction

    Introduction The printer control panel’s menus enable the user to perform the following major tasks: • Set up the system parameters using the [SYSTEM PARAMETERS] submenu. • Set up the communication parameters using the [PORT SETTING] submenus. • Print a test print using the [TEST PLOT] submenu. •...
  • Page 213: Printer Control Panel Menu

    Printer Control Panel Menu The following is a list of the menus and submenus which can be accessed by pressing the <Menu> key and placing the printer in the offline mode. When the printer enters the offline mode, the first of two top level menus displays, that is, the [Network Port/Set] menu.
  • Page 214 [Network Port/Set] Menu Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 SYSTEM Set Date Set Date PARAMETER YY/MM/DD hh: mm AUTO ROLL Roll Tray Roll Tray Tray Roll Tray Roll SPA PAPER WIDTH SPA PAPER WIDTH Sp A1 Sp A1 Sp A2...
  • Page 215 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 PORT TCP/IP Ethernet Setting Ethernet Setting SETTING AUTO 10BASE_T 100BASE_T Default Parser Default Parser HPGL TIFF CALS VERSATEC *PS/PDF IP Address IP Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx MASK Value MASK Value xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx E-Net Address E-Net Address...
  • Page 216 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 PORT SERIAL Handshake Handshake SETTING XON/XOFF HARDWARE ENQ-ACK SOFTWARE (ENQ-ACK and SOFTWARE only with HPGL) Default Parser HPGL Baud Rate Baud Rate 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 Parity Parity NONE EVEN...
  • Page 217 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 PORT Report Offline Report Offline SETTING (optional) EOP Timeout EOP Timeout Timeout Value NO_TIMEOUT 1 to 255 sec TIMEOUT Job Separation Job Separation PRINT CONFIG SET: to Print. TEST PLOT TEST PLOT PLOT SIZE...
  • Page 218 [Print Setup] Menu The Print Setup menu should be used immediately after loading new media or changing the type and/or size of media in the media drawers or the bypass (MSI). Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 PRINT MEDIA...
  • Page 219: Test Printing

    Test Printing This function prints out a test pattern to verify correct printer operation. The media size can be selected from A0 through A4. Refer to "2.2 Printer Control Panel Usage" for detailed instructions on printer control panel operation. Procedure MENU Press the <...
  • Page 220: Managing The Job And Error Logs

    Managing the Job and Error Logs Log data for print jobs is saved in the following two logs. • Job Log • Error Log The user can perform the following log management tasks from the printer control panel. • Set up the system to print the job log automatically. •...
  • Page 221 2. Select either [ON] or [OFF] with the use of Auto Mode the < > and < > keys when [Auto Mode] has been specified, and then press the <Set> key. When automatic printing is set to [ON], the processed jobs will be automatically printed out as soon as 51 pages of print data has accumulated.
  • Page 222: Error Log

    Error Log This section explains the procedures for printing and clearing the error log. Procedure MENU Press the < > key with [JOB LOGGING] JOB LOGGING displayed. JOB LOGGING Display the [ERROR LOG] with the use of the ERROR LOG <...
  • Page 223 Press the <Set> key when [SET: to Clear.] is SET : to Clear. displayed. The error log will be deleted. Sample Error Log List [ErrorLog : Page 1] [Xerox 6050WF Version 2.X.XX] JobNo Data&Time Task Name ErrNo ErrorLevel Error Log...
  • Page 224: Reprinting

    Reprinting This function reprints the file that was most recently printed. The copy quantity (1 to 99) also can be specified. Reprinting can not be performed if a copy job has been performed after the print job. In order for reprinting to work, a job must be saved in memory. Procedure MENU Press the <...
  • Page 225: Billing Meter Confirmation

    Billing Meter Confirmation This feature displays the billing meters on the printer control panel. Quantities of up to nine digits can be displayed. Menu Item Description METER 1 Displays the total area of media printed (in square feet or meters). Displays the total length of media printed (in feet and meters).
  • Page 226: Print Setup Menu

    Print Setup Menu This section explains the items which can be set up from the [PRINT SETUP] Menu on the printer control panel. Menu Item Description Media Sets up the type, size, weight, and other parameters for the media that are loaded in the machine. Tray Used to isolate the system from the machine settings when a fault occurs with optional rolls 3 and 4.
  • Page 227: Setting Up Media

    Setting Up Media The media type, weight, and size series must be set up whenever you load new media in the machine or change the type and/or size of the media in the trays or in the MSI/( Multi Sheet Inserter /Manual Feed Bypass ) . These settings can be made at the printer control panel using the Print Setup menu.
  • Page 228 Size Series Eligible Media × SP. A-1 series SP. A-0 (880 1,230 mm) SP. A-0 roll media (880 mm wide) × SP. A-1 (625 880 mm) SP. A-1 roll media (625 mm wide) × SP. A-2 (440 625 mm) SP. A-2 roll media (440 mm wide) ×...
  • Page 229 Procedure <Menu> key Ready to print Press the <Menu> key. The machine will enter the offline mode and the MENU [NETWORK/PORT SET] menu will display. NETWORK/PORT SET < > < > key Press the < > key. The [PRINT SETUP] menu will display. MENU PRINT SETUP The [NETWORK/PORT SET] menu...
  • Page 230 Selecting Values This section provides an example of setting up a media value. The procedures for setting up other media values are similar. Media The menu items will display. Roll1 < > key Press the < > key. The specified value will display. Media / Roll1 Type : Bond <...
  • Page 231 Tray This normally is set to [Auto] and should not be changed by the user. Consult your Xerox Service Representative before changing this setting. Fuser This normally is set to [Auto] and should not be changed by the user. Consult with your Xerox Service Representative before changing this setting.
  • Page 232: Automatic Cut Using The Printer Control Panel

    Automatic Cut Using the Printer Control Panel This section describes how to cut the lead edge of the roll media. Procedure Select [Media] from the menu displayed on the Print Settings printer control panel. Media < > key Press the < > key. The level from which the desired media is to be Media selected will be displayed.
  • Page 233: Chapter 6 Ethernet Print Service (For Unix)

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  • Page 234: Overview Of The Ethernet Print Service

    This section explains how to set up the ftp and lpr commands and their formats. The file to be printed should be in a data format that the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format supports. Sending a file with a data format that is not supported will result in a print error.
  • Page 235: Registering The Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Printer System

    SunOS 5.X In the case of SunOS 5.X, register the IP address and host name of the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format printer in the /etc/hosts file that defines the printers connected to the network.
  • Page 236: Registering The Remote Printer

    To register the remote printer, select the menu [Printer Manager] > [Edit] > [Add Printer] > [Add Access to Remote Printer]. Specify a logical printer name PLT00H in Printer Name, a host name 6050 WF in Printer Server, and BSD in Print Server OS.
  • Page 237 = /usr/lpd/bsdlong rq = PLT20H device = dplt20hdplt20h: backend = /usr/lpd/rembak Be sure to specify a logical printer prepared in the 6030/6050 Wide Format printer system using rq. • Starting the Print Queue After finishing the settings, start the print queue using the qadm command.
  • Page 238: Printing Using The Ftp Command

    Connected to 6050WF. 220 6050 Wide Format FTP server ready Name (6050WF:ftpusr): Log on to the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format . Enter a user name (example: ftpusr) pre-registered in Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format . You are prompted to enter a password.
  • Page 239 Enter the password of the user logged in at Step If the user information registered in the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format matches the logged-in user password, the login acceptance message is displayed. Password: 230 User logged in ftp> The password of the user (ftpusr) is ftpusr at shipping.
  • Page 240 Specify the end. Enter the bye subcommand. A message indicating that ftp command has completed will be displayed. ftp> bye 221 Bye...see you later...
  • Page 241: Other Subcommands

    Displays directory; will display logical printers set from the control panel. If nothing is specified in the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format , only the logical printer at address 00 is displayed. Displays directory; will display logical printers set from the console panel.
  • Page 242: Message List

    Message List This section explains messages that may be displayed during printing using the ftp command. Can't build data connection Status: Cannot establish connection for data transfer. Action: Wait a few moments and try again. Can't create control file, please try later Status: Cannot create a control file using the STOR command.
  • Page 243 Status: Cannot accept data transfer because the system is overloaded. Action: Check the system for a media-out or media jam error. Wait a few moments and try again. If the error occurs frequently, restart the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format .
  • Page 244 Local resource failure: ReceiveCmplt status Status: Failed to transfer the file. Action: Wait a few moments and try again. Local resource failure: ReceiveMComp Status: Failed to receive the file transfer end message. Action: Wait a few moments and try again. Local resource failure: ReceiveMId Status: Failed to receive the file transfer permission message.
  • Page 245 Login failed Status: The user name and password do not match. Action: Log in again with the correct user name and password. No file found or invalid directory or permission problem Status: Failed to open the directory by the LIST command. Action: Wait a few moments and transfer the command again.
  • Page 246 Unimplemented TYPE x Status: Transfer by an unsupported type was attempted. Action: Specify [ Image (Binary) ] or [ ASCII ] with the TYPE command. User "xx" is not existed, need account for login Status: Logged in with a user name that is not registered. [ ftpusr ] is registered Action: Log in with a registered user name.
  • Page 247: Printing Using The Lp/Lpr Command

    Printing Using the lp/lpr Command Details of each command are explained. Bold characters represent input character strings in each example. Printing (lpr Command) This section explains the printing procedure using the lpr command. Format lpr [-P<Logical Printer Name>] [-#<Copy Count>] [-s] <File Name> -P<Logical Printer Name>...
  • Page 248 Usage Examples The printing procedure using the lpr command is as explained below. Example 1:To print one copy of the file [drawa.hpgl] by logical printer [plt00h]. % lpr -Pplt00h drawa.hpgl Example 2:To print two copies each of the files [drawb.hpgl] and [drawc.hpgl] by logical printer plt00h.
  • Page 249: Printing (Lp Command) (For Sunos 5.X)

    Printing (lp Command) (for SunOS 5.x) This section explains the printing procedure using the lp command. Format lp [-d <Logical Printer Name>] [-n <Copy Count>] [-c] <File Name> lp [-d <Logical Printer Name> Data is output to the specified printer. -n <Copy Count>...
  • Page 250: Status Display (Lpq Command)

    % lpq -Pplt00h no entries Example 2:Display the status of a file transferred to logical printer [plt01h]. When the transfer of the [drawd.hpgl] file to the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format is completed, the following message will be displayed. % lpq -Pplt01h Job ID Sent By Status Prior.
  • Page 251 Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format. cosmos: sending to oklahoma Rank Owner Job Files Total Size indicates the client status. The job ID for the client and the job ID for the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Forma assigned separately.
  • Page 252: Cancel (Lprm Command)

    Specify the job ID of the job to be canceled. The status display command [ lpq ] displays job IDs. If this is omitted, all print jobs are canceled. Job IDs on the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format side and the client side are allocated separately.
  • Page 253 Example 2:Displays the status of logical printer [plt01h] and the canceling of job ID [123] This print job cannot be canceled because it is already in progress. % lpq -Pplt01h Job ID Sent By Status Prior. Document Name Size(KB) williams Printing Normal drawa.hpgl smith...
  • Page 254 Example 4:Displays the status of logical printer [plt01h] and the canceling of job ID [416] in the client queue If the file transfer to the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format completes before the job in the client queue is canceled, the print job cannot be canceled. Display the Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format print status, check the job IDs of the logical printer, and cancel the print job again.
  • Page 255: Message List

    Message List This section explains messages that may be displayed during printing using the lpr command. These messages depend on the system because they are output from the client workstation. Cannot create /usr/spool/pltXXX/.seq Status: The lpd daemon on the client failed to create a control file. Action: Check the spool directory.
  • Page 256 PLTXX can not dequeue Status: Failed to delete a job from logical printer PLTXX on the print service side. Action: Check by the lpq command whether the specified job has already changed from the wait status in the queue to the processing status. connection busy Status: Failed to establish connection for data transfer.
  • Page 257: Chapter 7 Maintenance

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  • Page 258: Loading Toner

    Loading Toner Load no more than one cartridge of toner when the message "Add Black Toner" first appears on the printer control panel. Observe the following precautions when handling the toner. • Handle the toner carefully to avoid spilling it on your clothing or around the machine. •...
  • Page 259 Take the toner cartridge out of the package and prepare it for loading. Shake the toner cartridge well to ensure that the toner will dispense properly. Open the lid of the toner supply port. Insert the left side notch, located at the bottom of the toner cartridge, into the end of the toner supply port.
  • Page 260 Slide the toner supply lever back and remove the cartridge. Close the lid on the toner supply port. • If the toner splashes around the toner supply port, clean the area after the loading is completed. • Toner may adhere to the bottom of toner cartridge.
  • Page 261: Chapter 8 Problem Solving

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  • Page 262: Check The Control Panel(S)

    Check the Control Panel(s) When a machine failure is suspected, for example, when a print cannot be made or the image quality is defective, first check for error messages or error codes on the printer control panel. When an error code is displayed, press the < > and < > keys on the printer control panel at the same time.
  • Page 263: Poor Image Quality

    Poor Image Quality Perform the following corrective measures if the copies or prints display one of the image quality defects listed below. Image Quality Defect Corrective Measure The print displays excessive Verify that the image density setting is correct. background Check the quality of the original.
  • Page 264: Other Problems

    Other Problems Follow the instructions provided in the table to recover from the errors which are listed. Error Recovery Nothing is displayed on the • Verify that the machine is connected to a correctly printer control panel. rated power supply, that the power plug is plugged in, and that the power switches and the circuit breaker switch are in the On positions.
  • Page 265: Printer Troubleshooting

    Check the compression format of the TIFF data. TIFF data compressed with the LZW format is not supported by the 6030/6050 Wide Format and will not print. If the image is printed but either in enlarged or reduced sizes, there are cases where this can be overridden by making sure that resolution for the TIFF data is correctly set in [TIFF Option].
  • Page 266: Jams In The Feeder (Roll Media)

    Jams in the Feeder (Roll Media) Media jams in the roll feeder(s) are caused by incorrect media loading methods and defects in the media feeding mechanism. Reload the media according to the following procedure. Procedure Open the media tray. Rewind the media on the roll from which the jam has occurred by rotating it toward you.
  • Page 267 Window Rotate the knob until the lead edge of the media can be seen in the window. Rotate the knob at the rear if the jam occurred with the rear roll. Gently but firmly close the media tray until it is as far back as it can go.
  • Page 268: Jams In The Printer And Ejection Port

    Jams in the Printer and Ejection Port Remove media jams from the printer and ejection port following the instructions below. Procedure Lift up the lever located on the left-hand side of the output unit. Use both hands to lift up the top of the unit. The top of the unit cannot be lifted if the scanner's lock has been released.
  • Page 269 Pull the jammed media slowly toward you to remove it. • Avoid damaging the media. • Do not touch any of the high- temperature components in the machine when removing paper jams. Pull the green stopper to the front. Grasp the document table with both hands and gently but firmly lower it into place.
  • Page 271: Chapter 9 Specifications

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  • Page 272: Main Specifications

    Main Specifications Supported data formats • HP-GL formats: HP-GL, HP-GL2, and HP-RTL • Versatec formats: Versatec Random Format (VRF), Versatec Color Graphic Language (VCGL) • TIFF formats: Conforming to TIFF version 6.0 • CALS formats: CALS type 1 • PS/PDF formats: PostScript 3, PDF Version 1.3 (optional) Relationship between data formats and interfaces Some data types cannot be processed, based on the interface type.
  • Page 273 Host system interfaces TCP/IP Physical interface: 100Base-TX and 10Base-T (Transfer speed Manual selection, automatic selection) Maximum transfer speed: 100 Mbps and 10 Mbps Data link: Ethernet version 2 RS232C Physical interface: EIA-232-E conformant to RS-232C serial Maximum transfer speed: 38400 bps Maximum cable length: 15 m Centronics...
  • Page 274 Standard sizes and drawing areas Standard Series Dimensions Drawing area (dots) size × × 1,189 mm 19,872 28,064 (33.12 x 46.77") × × 841 mm 14,016 19,872 (23.36 x 33.12") × × 594 mm 9,920 14,016 ISO A series (16.53 x 23.36") ×...
  • Page 275 Standard Series Dimensions Drawing area (dots) size × 36 x 48 inches 21,600 28,800 (914.4 x 1219.2 mm) 24 x 36 inches 14,400 x 21,600 (609.6 x 914.4 mm) × 18 x 24 inches 10,800 14,400 ARCH (457.2 x 609.6 mm) ×...
  • Page 276 Print Length • When the PS/PDF option is not in use 1024MB Paper Type Paper Width 512MB (Standard) (Extended) Plain paper 5,500mm 15,000mm 7,500mm 15,000mm 6,000mm 6,000mm 6,000mm 6,000mm 36" 5,000mm 13,500mm 24" 6,900mm 15,000mm 18" 6,000mm 6,000mm 12" 6,000mm 6,000mm Vellum/Film 2,380mm...
  • Page 277 Number of sheets frame Configuration memory 512 MB 6030 Extended/6050 Standard 1 GB 6030/6050 Extended Frame memory - Maximum number of spools indicates the number of spools that are developed into bit map. The print entry data is spooled in the hard disk separately...
  • Page 278: Media Specifications

    Media Specifications • For sharp image copying, use the media recommended by Xerox. • To prevent media jams or uneven printing, do not use creased, wrinkled, or curled media. • When using unusually flexible media, support the media as it comes out of the media ejection port so that it will not be pressed against the media table and result in jams.
  • Page 279: Machine Specifications

    Less than 31 seconds (with A0 size) time Continuous copy 99 sheets maximum Copy speed A0 size: 5 sheets/min or higher (6050 Wide Format) A0 size: 3 sheets/min or higher (6030 Wide Format) Scan length Maximum: 15 m/49.2’ (at 100% scaling) Media feeding...
  • Page 280 No power is consumed in the output section and printer when the circuit breaker is OFF even if the power plug is connected to the power source. * Maximum length will differ based on the amount of memory installed. Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Amount of A0 size...
  • Page 281 Appendixes...
  • Page 282 Appendix 1 Connector Specifications RS-232C pin assignment PIN No. Controller side Signal name Wiring Host side Straight cable Cross cable [-] indicates no wiring. Both sides are male pins. Centronics pin assignment Printer Side (36-pin Amphenol half-pitch type) Terminal Terminal Signal name Signal name Pin connection...
  • Page 283 Host Side (36-pin Amphenol type) Terminal Terminal Signal name Signal name Pin connection nStrobe Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 Data 5 Data 6 Data 7 Data 8 nAck Busy Perror Select nlnit nAutoFd nFault Logiv GND Chassis GND Peripheral nSelectln Logic High...
  • Page 284: Command List

    Appendix 2 HP-GL/HP-GL2 Command List This section explains the HP-GL and HP-GL/2 command support status that are unique to the 6030/6050 Wide Format. Command fully supported. Activates different actims from other ordinary commands. (Meaning in [ ]) Command not supported and ignored.
  • Page 285 6030/6050 Com- Command Meaning and action HP-GL HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Sets an auxiliary character set. Specifies character smoothness. Specifies an outline font rendering method. Plots a circle of an arbitrary radius. Specifies the handling of character set modes and undefined characters.
  • Page 286 6030/6050 Com- Command Meaning and action HP-GL HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Fills in a polygon registered in the polygon buffer. Feeds paper by one frame for long-axis plotting. [Interpreted as output trigger] Specifies the pen pressure. Specifies a fill type.
  • Page 287 HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Outputs the current position instructed by the last command and the pen up-down information. [6030/ 6050 Wide Format: Always returns the standard value (0,0,0)] Outputs read coordinates. [Always returns the y* (HP-GL) standard value (0,0,0)] n (HP-GL/2) Outputs an error number.
  • Page 288 6030/6050 Com- Command Meaning and action HP-GL HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Specifies the fill spacing. Raises the pen. Specifies the pen width. Sets the plot quality. Fills in a square determined by the current pen position and the specified X and Y coordinates.
  • Page 289 6030/6050 Com- Command Meaning and action HP-GL HP-GL/2 mand Wide Format Draws a user-defined character. Draws a user-defined fill pattern. Creates a specified line pattern. Inactivates the VA command. Specifies the drawing speed. Outputs a specified message to the panel.
  • Page 290 Appendix 3 HP-RTL Command List Command name Command Command Meaning and function Limit Enter HPGL/2 Mode ESC % # B Starts processing the following data as Transfer color palette ignored an HP-GL2 command. Enter PCL Mode ESC % # A Starts processing the following data as Transfer color palette ignored...
  • Page 291 Command name Command Command Meaning and function Limit Push/Pop Palette ESC * p # P Saves and restores palette information. Ignored Start Raster Graphics ESC * r # a|A Sets the controller to the raster mode and sets the start position and left margin of a graphic image.
  • Page 292 Command name Command Command Meaning and function Limit Raster Line Path ESC * b # l/L 1. Indicates the vertical distance of an image updated by raster data submitted by the Row/Block command. 2. Indicates the vertical distance of the CAP moved by the Y Offset command.
  • Page 293: Appendix 4 Tiff Tag List

    Appendix 4 TIFF Tag List Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 00FE NewSubfileType Bit 0: Low Resolution Image Bit 1: Multi-Page Image Bit 2: Transparency Mask 00FF SubfileType 1: Full Resolution Image 2: Reduced-Resolution Image 3: Multi-Page Image...
  • Page 294 Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 8: CIELab 0107 Thresholding 1: No Dithering or Halftoning 2: Dithering or Halftoning 3: Randomized-Processed Image 0108 CellWidth 0109 CellWidth 010A FillOrder 1: MGB 2: LSB 010D DocumentName 010E ImageDescriprion 010F Make...
  • Page 295 Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 011E XPosition 011F YPosition 0120 FreeOffsets 0121 FreeByteCounts 0122 GrayResponseUnit 0123 GrayResponseCurve 0124 T4Options Bit 0: 2-dimensional Coding Bit 1: uncompressed mode Bit 2: add Other than Bit 1 and 2 0125...
  • Page 296 Tag ID Revision 6030/6050 Tag Name Wide Format 0145 TileByteCounts 014C InkSet 014D InkNames 014E NumberOfInks 0150 DotRange 0151 TargetPrinter 0152 ExtraSamples 0153 SampleFormat 1: unsigned integer data 2: 2's complement signed integer data 3: IEEE formatting point 4: undefined format data...
  • Page 301 Symbols "1.1 Outline of Xerox 6030/6050 Wide Format Print Service" 39, 135 90-degree rotation administrator top page Alignment mark printing area mode AUTO (Input Option) AUTO (output option) auto layouts auto mapping Auto R/E auto roll auto scale auto-layout automatic mapping...
  • Page 302 EOP command Error Log error log 125, 126 error message film 208, 212 FTP command help image fragmentation function input image size input media series Input Option 32, 247 interface IOT status IP command IPQ command 208, 221 IPR command IPRM command 45, 165, 194 job log...
  • Page 303 media size media tray (optional) media tray (standard) 111, 155 media type (Menu) button 178, 199 meter display method of cutting paper 39, 135 mirror image MIX (output option) MIX2 (output option) MSI & manual paper feed unit offline mode 45, 198 offline plot 39, 117...
  • Page 304 40, 198 reprinting resolution 128, 157 roll media RS232C serial (Set) button 137, 140, 145 sets joint processing for lines 137, 140, 145, 149, 150 sets the end of the line setup screen shaft 38, 107, 158 size mapping size recognition priority mode 113, 128 size specification sleep mode...

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