Konica Minolta Magicolor 1650EN
Konica Minolta - Laser - Color - 200 sheet - 256 MB - Printer
The magicolor 1650EN is Konica Minolta's compact color network printer for small workgroups. It is stylish, affordable and flexible, making it the perfect choice for daily printing tasks. Being very easy to use, it takes only minutes to install into a network. As an added bonus, you will appreciate its extremely quiet operation, eco-friendliness and impressive color quality. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Konica Minolta Magicolor 1650EN photo ]
Konica Minolta Magicolor 1650EN
Konica Minolta Magicolor 1650 EN Colour Laser Printer Review
User reviews and opinions
|dondor||11:22pm on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010|
|Economy. KM abandons you I actually love my printer- not this model- an older on. BUT- when I upgraded to windows 7 - No was driver available. Great home office printer for the mixed operating system home. We run several different operating systems in my house.|
|Gwygory||7:13pm on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010|
|Everything I have come to expect from Konica This is not the first Konica Minolta Magicolor I have purchased and it is not the only brand of printer I...|
|training||7:34am on Thursday, July 8th, 2010|
|Nice printer for the price, better value than an inkjet Compact Design,Easy Setup,Easy To Use,Nice Linux support|
|bubbagump||12:08pm on Monday, May 31st, 2010|
|I print our client reminder letters (anywhere from 50 to 200 a week, and a Rotary bulletin (30 a week) with this printer.|
|konstanta||2:17pm on Friday, May 28th, 2010|
|12/2/2009 The Printer dpi is 600x600 not 9600x600 dpi as the title currently indicates. Impressive specs Konica-Minolta product page strongly suggests the duplexer is an add-on option, not standard|
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Operation on Mac OS X... 1-1 System Requirements for the Printer Driver.. 1-2 Installing the Printer Driver... 1-3 Installing the Printer Driver... 1-3 Print Center Settings (Mac OS X 10.2.8).. 1-8 When Using a USB Connection... 1-8 When Using a Network Connection... 1-10 IP print Setting... 1-10 IPP Setting... 1-12 Specifying Port 9100... 1-15 Printer Setup Utility Settings (Mac OS X 10.3).. 1-19 When Using a Network Connection... 1-21 IP Printing Setting... 1-21 Printer Setup Utility Settings (Mac OS X 10.4).. 1-24 When Using a USB Connection... 1-24 When Using a Network Connection... 1-26 Bonjour Setting... 1-26 IP Printing Setting... 1-29 Printer Settings (Mac OS X 10.5)... 1-33 When Using a USB Connection... 1-33
When Using a Network Connection... 1-37 Bonjour Setting... 1-37 IP Printing Setting... 1-40 Selecting Print Options... 1-44 For Mac OS X 10.2/10.3/10.4.. 1-44 For Mac OS X 10.5... 1-46 Specifying Page Setup Settings... 1-48 Page Attributes Options... 1-49 Specifying Custom Paper Size... 1-50 Specifying Print Settings (Mac OS X 10.4).. 1-51 Print Dialog Box... 1-51 Common buttons.... 1-52 Copies & Pages... 1-53 Layout... 1-54 Scheduler... 1-55 Paper Handling.... 1-56 ColorSync... 1-57 Cover Page.... 1-57 Error Handling... 1-58 Paper Feed.... 1-59 Color Options.... 1-60 Advanced Color Options/Image... 1-61 Advanced Color Options/Text.. 1-62 Advanced Color Options/Graphics.. 1-63 Advanced Color Options/Simulation.. 1-64 Printer Features... 1-65 Supply Levels.... 1-65 Summary.... 1-66 Specifying Print Settings (Mac OS X 10.5).. 1-67 Print Dialog Box... 1-67 Common buttons.... 1-68 Layout... 1-69 Color Matching... 1-70 Paper Handling.... 1-71 Paper Feed.... 1-72 Cover Page.... 1-73 Scheduler... 1-74 Color Options.... 1-75 Advanced Color Options/Image... 1-76 Advanced Color Options/Text.. 1-77 Advanced Color Options/Graphics.. 1-78 Advanced Color Options/Simulation.. 1-79 Printer Features... 1-80 Supply Levels.... 1-80 Summary.... 1-81 Troubleshooting... 1-82
Adding the Printer 1 2
After copying the PPD file, be sure to restart CUPS. Start up the Web browser. Enter the URL http://localhost:631, and then click Manage Printers. The CUPS Administration Web page appears.
Click Add Printer. A pop-up window appears.
Enter the user name and password for using root privileges, and then click OK.
Adding the Printer
Enter the printer name, location, and description, and then click Continue.
Select a Device Port from the Device list, and then click continue. - TCP/IP: AppSocket/HP JetDirect, Internet Printing Protocol (http) or LPD/LPR Host or Printer
- USB: USB Printer #1 For a USB connection, skip to step 8. Enter the device URI in the following form: socket://<Printer IP or Printer Hostname>[:port] Example: Using Printer IP - socket:/ /192.168.1.2:9100 Using printer Hostname socket://Hostname:9100 Hostname may be substituted by IP Address, and Port is optional. Click Continue. Select KONICA MINOLTA, and then click Continue.
Select KONICA MINOLTA mc1650 PPD (en), and then click Continue.
The following message appears.
Specifying Printer Driver Settings
Displaying the Settings Page
Start up the Web browser. Enter the URL http://localhost:631, and then click Manage Printers. Printer on localhost.localdomain window appears.
Click Configure Printer. The printer driver settings page appears.
Printer Driver Settings
Parameters Paper Type Settings Specifies the paper type as Printer Default, Plain Paper, Labels, Letterhead, Envelope, Postcard, Thick1 (91 - 163g/m2), Thick2 (164 - 209g/m2). Specifies the image resolution as High Quality or Standard.
Parameters Color as Grayscale Settings Select whether or not grayscale is used for color options. The default setting is No. Economy Print Select whether or not Economy printing is used. The default setting is No.
Parameters Duplex Options Settings Specifies the duplex print binding position as Simplex, Long Edge, or Short Edge, if the duplex unit for the printer has been installed. The default setting is Simplex Paper Size Paper Source Specifies the paper size. An irregular paper size cannot be selected. Specifies the paper source as Tray 1, Tray 2, or Auto. The default setting is Tray 1.
Parameters Graphics Halftone Settings Specifies the halftone for graphic as Detail or Smooth. The default setting is Detail. Graphics RGB Gray Treat- Specifies the RGB Gray Treatment as Comment posite Black, Black and Gray, or Black Only. The default setting is Black and Gray. Graphics RGB Intent Specifies RGB Intent for graphic as Vivid, Photographic, Relative Color, or Absolute Color. The default setting is Vivid. Graphics RGB Source Specifies RGB Source for graphic as None, sRGB, Adobe RGB (1998), Apple RGB, ColorMatch RGB, or Blue Adjust RGB. The default setting is sRGB.
Checking Print Jobs
Symptom The printer stops because of a paper size error or a paper type error. Action The job may have been sent with a prohibited combination of settings (for example, for the paper size and media type). Printing is not possible with postcards or overhead projector transparencies if Plain Paper is selected. Printing with custom paper sizes is not possible directly from the printer driver. This can only be performed from the command line. Specify the following command to print data. lpr -P [printer_name] -o media=Custom. [WIDTHxLENGTH] [file_name] 1. Format of Custom. [WIDTHxLENGTH]: Custom.150 x 200 mm, Custom.8 x 11 in, Custom.15 x 20 cm, or Custom.612 x 782 (postscript points) 2. The specified file must be a PS, PDF or JPEG file. Printing cannot be completed correctly from OpenOffice or any other Office application (such as, Kword). Applications running under Linux have their own print settings. Some of these functions may not be supported by this printer. Observe the following for best printing results. Settings made within the application: Paper size and orientation Settings made with the printer driver (kprinter): Settings other than those specified above (for example, paper type, tray, and resolution) When printing from Acrobat There is a compatibility problem between Reader, part of the image Ghostscript and Acrobat Reader. Try using a is printed in solid black or different PDF application. the job is interrupted. Watermarks cannot be printed from Kword. This is a bug with Kword. Use Overlay instead.
Printing does not continue with a custom paper size.
Operation on NetWare
Printing With NetWare
The printer controller supports the following environments.
Network Printing in a NetWare Environment
NetWare Version NetWare 4.x NetWare 5.x/6 Protocol Used IPX IPX TCP/IP Emulation Bindery/NDS NDS NDPS(lpr) Service Mode Print Server/ Remote Printer Print Server
For Remote Printer Mode With NetWare 4.x Bindery Emulation
Before using bindery emulation, check that bindery emulation is compatible with the NetWare server. From a client computer, log on with Supervisor permissions to access the NetWare server where the Print server is registered. Start up Pconsole. From the Available Options list, select Quick Setup, and then click the Enter button. Enter the appropriate names in the Printer Server Name, Printer Name, Print Queue Name, and Print Queue Volume fields, select Other/ Unknown from the Printer type field, and then save the specified settings. Click the Esc button to quit Pconsole. Use the NetWare server console to load PSERVER.NLM. For queue user privileges, printer notification option, assignment of multiple queues, and passwords, refer to the NetWare documentation, and specify settings as necessary.
Click Top Menu button to display top page. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. After the installation is completed, remove the Utilities and Documentation CD/DVD from your CD-ROM/DVD drive and store it in a safe place. Before installing the PageScope Net Care Device Manager, be sure to install.NET Framework 2.0, SQL Server 2005, and Server for PageScope Enterprise Suite from the CD-ROM/DVD drive.
Understanding the Ethernet Configuration Menu
Location within the Configuration Menu
If MAIN MENU/SYSTEM DEFAULT/SECURITY/CONFIG is set to ENABLE, the administrator password must be entered to display the Ethernet menu.
ENABLE AUTO IP
Accessing the Ethernet Menu
Use the following series of keystrokes at the printer to access the Ethernet menu options on your printer. This menu provides access to all of the configurable network items. Press key Until Display Reads
IDLE MENU MAIN MENU
MAIN MENU PRINT MENU
MAIN MENU INTERFACE MENU INTERFACE MENU ETHERNET
The machine is automatically restarted if any of the following Ethernet settings are changed. TCP/IP - ENABLE IPv4 ADDRESS SUBNET MASK DHCP/BOOTP DEFAULT ROUTER IPv4 - ENABLE AUTO IP IPv6 - ENABLE IPv6 - ENABLE AUTO DISABLE 802.1X IPX/SPX - FRAME TYPE ETHERNET SPEED
Using the Ethernet Menu Options
If the printer is connected to a network, the following settings should be specified. For details about each setting, contact your network administrator. When manually setting the IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway turn off DHCP first.
HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) is the underlying protocol used by the World Wide Web. It defines how messages are formatted and transmitted, and what actions web servers and browsers should take in response to various commands. For example, when you enter a URL in your browser, this actually sends an HTTP command to the Web server directing it to fetch and transmit the requested web page.
This protocol for determining the user authentication method within the LAN is compatible with wireless and wired LANs. Using the RADIUS server for user authentication, communication with authenticated users is permitted while all communication from unauthenticated clients is blocked, excluding authentication requests.
IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) is a protocol for end users most common printing situations over the Internet. It allows users to find out about a printers capabilities, submit print jobs to a printer, determine the status of the printer or print job, and cancel a previously submitted print job. For more information on using IPP, See Printing via IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) on page 6-14
The security technology that is used with TCP/IP. A service with enhanced security can be provided by specifying the encryption of transmission packets and the authentication protocol.
Abbreviation for Internet Protocol version 6. A protocol that has been prepared to replace the currently used IPv4 protocol in response to increase in the number of devices that use the Internet. Additional improvements include 128-bit IP addresses and added security features.
IPX/SPX (Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange) is a networking protocol developed by Novell. It was used mainly in Netware environments as the general LAN protocol, where TCP/IP has become widespread.
LPD/LPR (Line Printer Daemon/Line Printer Remote) is a platformindependent printing protocol that runs over TCP/IP. Originally implemented for BSD UNIX, its use has spread into the desktop world and is now an industry standard.
Traditionally, in order to locate services on the network, users had to supply the host name or network address of the machine providing the desired service. This has created many administrative problems. However, SLP (Service Location Protocol) simplifies the discovery and use of network resources such as printers by automating a number of network services. It provides a framework that allows networking applications to discover the existence, location, and configuration of networked services. With SLP users no longer need to know the names of network hosts. Instead, they need to know only the description of the service they are interested in. Based on this description, SLP is able to return the URL of the desired service. Unicast, Multicast, and Broadcast SLP is a unicast and a multicast protocol. This means that messages can be sent to one agent at a time (unicast) or to all agents (that are listening) at the same time (multicast). However, a multicast is not a broadcast. In theory, broadcast messages are heard by every node on the network. Multicast differs from broadcast because multicast messages are only heard by the nodes on the network that have joined the multicast group. For obvious reasons network routers filter almost all broadcast traffic. This means that broadcasts that are generated on one subnet will not be routed or forwarded to any of the other subnets connected to the router (from the routers perspective, a subnet is all machines connected to one of its ports). Multicasts, on the other hand, are forwarded by routers. Multicast traffic from a given group is forwarded by routers to all subnets that have at least one machine that is interested in receiving the multicast for that group.
IDLE WARMING UP PRINTING C TONER LOW
Warning The printer needs attention, but printing continues. Error The printer needs attention before printing can resume.
PUT A4 PLAIN IN TRAY 1 REPLACE C TONER PAPER JAM TRAY 2 SERVICE CALL 04
Caution The printer must be rebooted. If that doesnt fix the error, service is required.
Logging on to PageScope Web Connection
Security can be specified by using PageScope Web Connection. In order to perform security, you must log on in Administrator Mode.
You automatically enter Public Mode whenever you enter PageScope Web Connection. If security is enabled on your printer, you cannot change the settings of the printer but can view them. If security is disabled, Public mode, User mode and Administrator Mode work the same way.
In order to change any configuration settings through PageScope Web Connection, you must first enter User Mode: Only some settings can be changed in User Mode. To change settings, such as network settings, you must log on in Administrator Mode. Type the user password in the Password text box. The default password is 1; however, once you have logged on in Administrator Mode, the password can be specified in the System - Administration - Security window.
Click the Login button. If you type an incorrect password, the following message displays: Invalid Password Please check your input and try again! Retype the password.
In order to change any configuration settings through PageScope Web Connection, you must first enter Administrator Mode:
Type the password in the Password text box. The default password is four last digits of the printer serial number; however, once you have logged on in Administrator Mode, the password can be specified in the System - Administration Security window. Click the Login button. If you type an incorrect password, the following message displays: Invalid Password Please check your input and try again ! Retype the password.
Configuring the Printer (User Mode)
In order to make any configuration changes through PageScope Web Connection, you must first enter User Mode. See User Mode on page 7-9 for instructions on logging into User Mode.
Summary (shown above)
The System - Summary window provides the following information: Item Printer Name System Release IPv4 Address IPv6 Link Local Address IPv6 Global Address Installed Memory Description Displays the name assigned to your printer. Displays the release version of the system code. Identifies the IPv4 address of the printer. Identifies the IPv6 link local address of the Ethernet interface. Identifies the IPv6 global address of the Ethernet interface. Displays the amount of memory installed in the printer.
The System - Operator Control - Statistics Page window provides the following information. Item Supplies Status Page Information Nomalization Information Description Displays the statistics of consumable items in the printer. Displays printer statistics grouped by Sheets Printed by Media Size, Sheets Printed by Media Type. Displays printer statistics grouped by Total Normalized Counts, and Normalized Coverage Information. The number of printed pages is displayed calculated in terms of A4-size paper.
This window allows you to view the status and history of print jobs, print stored jobs, use direct printing.
Job Listing (shown above)
The Job - Job Listing window provides the following information about recent print jobs: Item Job ID Status Owner Title Interfaces Description Each job that the printer receives is assigned a unique identification number. Displays the current status of the print job. If known, displays the owner of the print job. If known, displays the title of the print job. Displays the printer interface that was used to process the incoming print job. USB, ETHERNET, DIRECT PRINT, IPP, INTERNAL Indicates the number of pages in the print job.
The Job - Direct Printing page allows you to print a file directly from the printer without starting up the application. The following file formats can be printed using direct printing: PS, PCL, text, TIFF and JPEG. Item File Name Browse button Description Contains the name of the file to be printed. This button allows you to locate the file that you want to print. After selecting a file, the file name appears in the File Name text box. Clicking this button sends the chosen file to the printer for printing.
The Job - Download Manager window will provides the following information. Item Emulation Description Specifies the emulation to be used for this printer. Range: PostScript, PCL5 Default: PostScript Specifies the function to be downloaded to the printer. Selection: Font, Profile, Overlay, Symbol Set, Macro Default: Font Specifies whether the selected function is to be downloaded to the printer or deleted. Selection: Download, Delete Default: Download Specifies the download location. Selection: Flash, Memory Default: Flash Displays the amount of free space on the flash drive and the memory. Saves and applies any changes made.
MAIN MENU - SYSTEM DEFAULT FORMAT - ERASE FLASH
Submit button Reset button Click this button to perform the selected operation. Resets configuration setting to previous values.
This window allows you to view the status and history of print jobs, use direct printing and retrieve captured jobs from the hard disk.
The Job - Job Listing window provides the following information about recent print jobs. Item Job ID Description Displays the print job identification number. Each job that the printer receives is assigned a unique identification number. Displays the current status of the print job. If known, displays the owner of the print job. If known, displays the title of the print job. Displays the printer interface that was used to process the incoming print job. USB, ETHERNET, DIRECT PRINT, IPP, INTERNAL Indicates the number of pages in the print job.
Status Owner Title Interfaces
When directly printing a TIFF file, the machine may not print the file if its size is greater than 4 MB. In this case, the error message UNABLE to PRINT IMAGE JOB will appear in the control panel. To print such a TIFF file, open the file in an application, and then print it using the magicolor 1650 printer driver.
Job Timeout Specifies the number of seconds the interface waits for further data from the host before terminating a spooled print job. Range: 0 - 999 (in seconds) Default: 60 Configuration Menu Equivalent:
Submit button Reset button Saves and applies any changes made. Resets configuration setting to previous values.
The Print - Default Setting - General window provides the following parameters for configuration. The settings are arranged in 3 columns: Current, Custom, Factory. Item Default Emulation Description Assigns the selected emulation as the default emulation. The default emulation is used whenever a print job without emulation identification is received. Choices: Automatic, Postscript, PCL5, PCL XL, Hex Dump Default: Automatic Configuration Menu Equivalent:
Auto-Sense Default When Auto is selected as the Default Emulation (see above), the printer samples the incoming print job to try to determine the correct emulation to use for the job. If the printer is unable to discern the emulation of an incoming print job, the setting for this parameter is used as the emulation. Choices: PCL5, Postscript Default: PCL5 Configuration Menu Equivalent:
MAIN MENU - INTERFACE MENU - ETHERNET - TCP/IP - IPV6 - ENABLE
Item IPv6 Settings IPv6 Link Local Address
Description Displays IPv6 Link Local Address. Configuration Menu Equivalent:
MAIN MENU - INTERFACE MENU - ETHERNET - TCP/IP - IPV6 - IDENTIFIER
Selecting this check box enables IPv6 auto setting. Default: [Checked] Configuration Menu Equivalent:
Enable Automatic Global Address
MAIN MENU - INTERFACE MENU - ETHERNET - TCP/IP - IPV6 - ENABLE AUTO
IPv6 Global Address Specifies the IPv6 Global Address. Range: Up to 43 characters Configuration Menu Equivalent:
MAIN MENU - INTERFACE MENU - ETHERNET - TCP/IP - IPV6 - GLOBAL PREFIX
When Enable Automatic Global Address is set to ENABLE, this item is not applied, even if the setting is changed. IPv6 Gate- Specifies the IPv6 Gateway Address. way Range: Up to 39 characters Address When Enable Automatic Global Address is set to ENABLE, this item is not applied, even if the setting is changed. Printing Protocols Enable LPD Queue Name Enable FTP Selecting this check box enables LPD. Default: [Checked] Displays the LPD queue name. Selecting this check box enables FTP. Default: [Checked]
Item Printing Protocols FTP Port Number Enable RAW Port RAW Port Number RAW Port Bidirectional TCP Discovery Services Enable SLP Enable Bonjour
Description Identifies the number of the FTP port. Choices: 1 - 65535 Default: 21 Selecting this check box enables Port 9100. Default: [Checked] Identifies the number of the printers RAW port. Choices: 1 - 65535 Default: 9100 Selecting this check box enables RAW Port bidirectional. Default: [Checked] Selecting this check box enables SLP. Default: [Checked] If not selected, Bonjour will be disabled from the printer, all options on this web page will be disabled and all communication through Bonjour connection will be disabled. Default: [Checked] Identifies the Bonjour Printer Name. Range: Up to 63 characters Default: KONICA MINOLTAmagicolor 1650 (xx:xx:xx) xx:xx:xx refers to the last six digits of the MAC address (in hexadecimal). Priority Protocol Specify the connection protocol given priority with Bonjour. Choices: IPP, LPD RAW Port Default: IPP Saves and applies any changes made. If you made changes to any of the parameter settings but dont wish to apply the changes, selecting this button restores the last submitted parameter settings.
Bonjour Printer Name
IP Address Filtering
The Network - IP Address Filtering page allows you to specify the IP address and limitations for accessing the printer. The settings described below are not applied to the DNS server and DHCP server.
If the range of permitted IP addresses in Access Permission Address overlaps the range of refused IP address in Access Refuse Address, the refuse setting of Access Refuse Address is given priority. Accept Filter Enable Accept Filter If Enable is selected, the enable accept filter to the printer can be specified. A maximum of five ranges of permitted IP addresses can be specified. In addition, access from an IP address out of the specified range is prohibited. If Disable is selected, the permitted access setting is disabled. Default: [Not checked] Configuration Menu Equivalent:
MAIN MENU - INTERFACE MENU - ETHERNET - IP SERVICES DISABLE FILTERS
Range 1 to Specify the range of IP addresses permitted 5 access to the printer. Type the IP address at the beginning of the range into the box on the left, and the IP address at the end of the range into the box on the right. Range: 0-255 for each xxx triplet Default: 0.0.0.0 To specify a single IP address, type the same IP address into both the box for the starting IP address and for the ending IP address, or type 0.0.0.0 into the box for either the starting IP address or the ending IP address. If the starting IP address is larger than the ending IP address, the setting is not applied. Reject Filter Enable Reject Filter If Enable is selected, the enable reject filter to the printer can be specified. A maximum of five ranges of refused IP addresses can be specified. If Disable is selected, the refused access setting is disabled. Default: [Not checked]
Reject Filter Range 1 to 5
Specify the range of IP addresses permitted access to the printer. Type the IP address at the beginning of the range into the box on the left, and the IP address at the end of the range into the box on the right. Range: 0-255 for each xxx triplet Default: 0.0.0.0 To specify a single IP address, type the same IP address into both the box for the starting IP address and for the ending IP address, or type 0.0.0.0 into the box for either the starting IP address or the ending IP address. If the starting IP address is larger than the ending IP address, the setting is not applied.
Saves and applies any changes made. If you made changes to any of the parameter settings but dont wish to apply the changes, selecting this button restores the last submitted parameter settings.
The Network - IPsec window provides the following parameters for configuration: Item Enable IPsec Description Selecting this check box enables IPsec function. Default: [Not checked] Configuration Menu Equivalent:
MAIN MENU - INTERFACE MENU - ETHERNET - IP SERVICES DISABLE IPSEC
Item IKE Key Lifetime
Description Specifies the IKE Lifetime (in seconds). Range: 80-604800 Default: 28800
IKE Selects IKE Diffie-Hellman Group. Diffie-Hell- Choices: Group1, Group2 man Group Default: Group1 IKE Settings Security Association Key Lifetime Security Association Settings Peers Address Peers Addres Settings Displays the registered settings. Specifies the IPsec SA Lifetime (in seconds). Range: 120-604800 Default: 3600 Displays the registered settings.
Displays the registered settings.
IPsec (IKE Edit)
The Network - IPsec - IKE Edit window provides the following parameters for configuration: Item IKE Option Encryption Algorithm Description Displays the number to be registered. Select the encryption algorithm to be used when creating a control tunnel. Choices: DES-CBC, 3DES-CBC Default: DES-CBC Select the authentication algorithm to be used when creating a control tunnel. Choices: MD5, SHA-1 Default: MD5 Saves and applies any changes made. Click to cancel the entered data and return to the Network - IPsec page.
Remove a certificate, PageScope Web Connection.7-127 Remove certificate, PageScope Web Connection.7-121
Statistics Page..7-27, 7-58 Summary..7-11, 7-42 Supplies Status.7-23, 7-54 Tray Mapping.7-18, 7-49
TCP/IP, PageScope Web Connection.7-81 Tray Mapping, PageScope Web Connection..7-18, 7-49 Troubleshooting Linux...2-18 Mac OS X..1-82
USB, PageScope Web Connection..7-31, 7-70
Web page, printer..7-4 Browser..7-4 Printer name.7-4
SMALL SIZE. BIG PERFORMANCE.
Just 15.6" x 15" in size, the magicolor 1650EN uses the smallest work space of any color laser printer. And its size is accompanied by an equally small price. Yet this printer packs in features that give small work teams and offices plus-size productivity. An Emperon controller delivers PostScript 3 and PCL 6 support to a mixed-network of Windows, Mac and Linux users via a fast 10/100BaseTX Ethernet interface. The magicolor 1650EN uses Simitri Polymerized toner and 9600 x 600 dpi-class color to produce prints that are rich and laser sharp. With a sleek design that complements any office style, this space saver has a 200-sheet fold-up input tray and easy front-access entry point to add paper and change supplies. Able to print up to 35,000 prints per month, you can maximize productivity with this mini-size printer.
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_FULL COLOR _LASER _PRINTER
ULTRA COMPACT & LIGHTWEIGHTJUST 15.6" X 15" AND 33 LB. FULL-COLOR PRINTS AT 5 PPM, B&W AT A QUICK 20 PPM EMPERON PRINT SYSTEM; POSTSCRIPT 3 AND PCL 6 FOR SEAMLESS OPERATION NETWORK OR LOCAL CONNECT WITH ETHERNET (10/100BASETX) AND USB 2.0 SERVES MIXED NETWORK OF WINDOWS, MACINTOSH AND LINUX USERS 9600 X 600 DPI-CLASS PHOTOART CONTONE QUALITY WITH SIMITRI TONER 200-SHEET FOLD-UP INPUT TRAY WITH MEDIA DUST COVER 500-SHEET FEEDER AND AUTOMATIC DUPLEX PRODUCTIVITY OPTIONS PAGESCOPE UTILITIES FOR EASY MANAGEMENT BY ADMINISTRATORS AND USERS LOW PURCHASE PRICE AND AFFORDABLE COST PER PRINT EASY SETUP WITH PRE-INSTALLED SUPPLIES AND AUTO-INSTALL SOFTWARE ROBUST 35,000 PRINT MONTHLY DUTY CYCLE; 1-YEAR WARRANTY
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS PRINTING PROCESS PRINT METHOD: Electrophotographic Laser, 4-Cycle Print System PRINT SPEED*: Monochrome: 20 ppm Color: 5 ppm
*Exact print speed differs depending on system configuration, software application, driver and document complexity.
PAPER HANDLING STANDARD PAPER INPUT: 200-sheet multipurpose tray*
*Includes dust cover
NOISE LEVELS: Operating: 52 dB(A) Standby: 32 dB(A) REGULATORY/SAFETY CONFORMITY: UL, cUL, CSA, FCC-B, CDRH, Energy Star CONSUMABLES*: In-Box Toner- Cyan, Magenta, Yellow (yield up to 500 pages @ 5% coverage); Black (yields up to 1,000 pages @ 5% coverage) Replacement Toner- Cyan, Magenta, Yellow (yield up to 1,500 or 2,500 pages @ 5% coverage); Black (yields up to 2,500 pages @ 5% coverage) Drum CartridgeIncludes OPC Drum and Waste Toner Box (yields up to 45,000 B&W/11,250 color pages - continuous printing)
*The stated life expectancy of each consumable is based on printing under specific operating conditions such as page coverage for a particular page size (5% coverage of letter/A4). The actual consumables life will vary depending on the use and other printing variables including page coverage, page size, media type, continuous or intermittent printing, and ambient temperature and humidity.
OPTIONAL PAPER INPUT: 500-sheet lower feeder unit STANDARD PAPER OUTPUT: 100-sheet face-down output tray OPTIONAL AUTOMATIC DUPLEXER: For two-sided printing PAPER SIZES SUPPORTED*: 200-sheet multipurpose tray (standard): Letter Legal Executive Folio Govt. Letter Govt. Legal Letter Plus Statement A4, A5, A6, B5, B6 Custom sizes (plain paper): (W) 3.6"-8.5" to (L) 7.67"-14" (W) 89-216 mm to (L) 194-356 mm Custom sizes (thick stock): (W) 3.6"-8.5" to (L) 7.24"-11.69" (W) 89-216 mm to (L) 184-297 mm Envelopes: B5 (ISO), DL, C6 500-sheet lower feeder unit (optional): Letter or A4 Duplexer Letter, A4
*See Konica Minolta Media Guide for more information
WARM-UP TIME: 45 seconds FIRST-PAGE OUTPUT TIME: Monochrome: 13 seconds Color: 22 seconds RESOLUTION: 9600 x 600 dpi-class MONTHLY DUTY CYCLE: Maximum: 35,000 prints HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE CAPABILITIES PROCESSOR: 400 MHz Zoron Quatro 4230 MEMORY: 256 MB OPERATING SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY: Windows 7 Windows 7 x64 Windows Vista Windows Vista x64 Windows XP Windows XP x64 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 x64 Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2003 x64 Windows 2000 Macintosh OS X (v10.2+) Linux Red Hat 9 Linux SuSE 8.2 PRINTER EMULATIONS: PostScript 3 Universal PostScript 3 Driver PCL 6 Universal PCL 6 Driver PRINTER MANAGEMENT: PageScope Net Care Device Manager PageScope Web Connection PageScope Network Setup PageScope EMS Plug-ins Tivoli NetView (2.0) CA Unicenter 2.0 HP OpenView Microsoft Management Console (MMC) PageScope Plug and Print PageScope NDPS Gateway PageScope Direct Print Status Monitor COLOR SUPPORT: ICC device profiles Automatic ICC-based color matching Dynamic Contone Screening SWOP, Commercial, EuroColor, DIC, and TOYO press emulations INTERFACE SUPPORT Ethernet (10/100BaseTX) USB 2.0 PROTOCOLS: TCP/IP (IPsec, SSL, IEEE802.1x) IPX/SPX (NetWare 4/5/6), NDS Bindery, NDPS ARP, Ping, DHCP, AutoIP, BOOTP FTP, HTTP, HTTPS IPP1.1 LPD NetBEUI, NetBIOS SLP SMB SMTP SNMP TCP/IP socket Telnet UPnP 2.0
TYPEFACES: 144 resident PostScript fonts 93 PCL fonts WARRANTY: 1-year SMALLEST WORKSPACE. THE 1650EN OFFERS THE SMALLEST WORKSPACE WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER COLOR LASER PRINTERS. COMPETITIVE MODELS REQUIRE SPACE FOR PULLING OUT THE PAPER INPUT TRAY, SIDE AIR FLOW VENTILATION OR FOR PAPER JAM ACCESS AT THE REAR OF THE PRINTER.
OUR CONCERN FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION. AS AN ENERGY STAR PARTNER, WE HAVE DETERMINED THAT THE MAGICOLOR 1650EN MEETS THE ENERGY STAR GUIDELINES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY. AN ENERGY STAR PRODUCT USES ENERGY MORE EFFICIENTLY, SAVES YOU MONEY ON UTILITY BILLS AND HELPS PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT.
PRINTABLE AREA: 0.16" (4.2 mm) from all edges 0.63" (16 mm) from bottom margin of legal pages when printing color PAPER WEIGHTS: Plain paper: 16-24 lb. Bond (60-90 g/m2) Thick Stock: Up to 110 lb. Index (209 g/m2) PRINT MEDIA: Plain Paper Letterhead Recycled Paper Thick Stock Laser Quality Labels Envelopes Postcards PHYSICAL TYPE: Laser printer, 4-cycle DIMENSIONS (WXDXH): 15.6" x 15.0" x 10.9" (396 x 380 x 275 mm) WEIGHT: 29 lb. (13 kg) - w/o consumables 33 lb. (15.1 kg) - w/ consumables 42.3 lb. (19.2 kg) - as shipped ELECTRICAL POWER REQUIREMENTS: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz 220/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz POWER CONSUMPTION: Operating: 1,100 W max. 600 W or less B&W 450 W or less color Standby: 250 W or less Energy Saver: 15 W or less ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE REQUIREMENTS: Operating: 50 to 95 F (10 to 35 C) Non-Operating: 32 to 95 F (0 to 35 C) HUMIDITY: Operating: 15% to 85% RH Non-Operating: 30% to 85% RH
SIMITRI HD POLYMERIZED
Office imagery courtesy of Knoll, Inc. 2011 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS U.S.A., INC. All rights reserved. Reproduction in
whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Konica Minolta is a trademark of KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS, INC. The essentials of imaging is a registered trademark of KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS, INC. magicolor is a registered trademark of KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Simitri is a registered trademark of KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS U.S.A., INC. All other brands and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
SIMITRI HD TONER. SIMITRI HD POLYMERIZED TONER PRODUCES EXCEPTIONAL OUTPUT. ITS PARTICLES ARE SMALLER AND MORE UNIFORM IN SIZE AND SHAPE THAN CONVENTIONAL PULVERIZED TONER, PROVIDING SMOOTHER, MORE NATURAL IMAGES; RICHER GRADATION AND SHARPER TEXT.
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS U.S.A., INC. 100 Williams Drive Ramsey, NJ 07446 www.kmbs.konicaminolta.us www.kmbs.konicaminolta.us/solutions
Item #: MC1650ENSS 03/11
|Printer Type||Workgroup printer - laser - color|
|Print Speed||Up to 5 ppm - color Up to 20 ppm - B/W|
|Interface||USB, Ethernet 10/100Base-TX|
|First Print Out Time B/W||13 sec|
|First Print Out Time Color||22 sec|
|Language Simulation||PostScript 3, PCL 6|
|Fonts Included||144 x PostScript 93 x PCL|
|Media Handling||200-sheet input tray|
|Processor||Zoran Quatro 4230 400 MHz|
|RAM Installed ( Max )||256 MB|
|Media Type||Envelopes, labels, plain paper, recycled paper|
|Max Media Size (Custom)||8.5 in x 14 in|
|Media Sizes||Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in), Legal (8.5 in x 14 in), Executive (7.25 in x 10.5 in), A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in), A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in), B5 (6.93 in x 9.83 in), A6 (4.13 in x 5.83 in), Folio (8.5 in x 13 in), C6 (4.5 in x 6.38 in), Statement (5.5 in x 8.5 in), B6 (4.92 in x 6.93 in), Letter Plus (8.5 in x 12.69 in)|
|Envelope Sizes||International DL (4.33 in x 8.66 in), International C6 (4.5 in x 6.38 in), International B5 (6.93 in x 9.83 in)|
|Media Weight||60 g/m2 - 209 g/m2|
|Total Media Capacity||200 sheets|
|Media Feeder(s)||1 x autoload - 200 sheets|
|Max Media Capacity||700 sheets|
|Output Trays Capacity||100 sheets|
|Monthly Duty Cycle||35000 pages|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet, Fast Ethernet|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||Memory|
|Connections||1 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type B 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45|
|Consumables Included||1 x toner cartridge ( cyan ) - up to 500 pages 1 x toner cartridge ( magenta ) - up to 500 pages 1 x toner cartridge ( yellow ) - up to 500 pages 1 x toner cartridge ( black ) - up to 1000 pages|
|Compatible with Windows 7||"Compatible with Windows 7" software and devices carry Microsoft’s assurance that these products have passed tests for compatibility and reliability with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7.|
|Compliant Standards||FCC Class B certified, CSA, UL, cUL|
|Power Device||Power supply - internal|
|Voltage Required||AC 120/230 V|
|Frequency Required||50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption Operational||450 Watt|
|Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep||15 Watt|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||PageScope EMS Plug-Ins, PageScope NDPS Gateway, PageScope Net Care, PageScope Network Setup, PageScope Web Connection, PageScope Direct Print, PageScope Plug and Print, IBM Tivoli NetView|
|OS Required||SuSE Linux 8.2, Red Hat Linux 9, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit Edition, Apple MacOS X 10.2 or later, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Apple MacOS X Server 10.2 or later, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Apple MacOS X 10.5, Microsoft Windows Vista (32/64 bits)|
|ENERGY STAR Qualified||Yes|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||15 - 85%|
|Sound Emission (Idle)||32 dB|
|Sound Emission (Operating)||52 dB|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Brand||Konica Minolta Holdings|
|Part Numbers||A034012, A034022LA|
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