Epson Picturemate 100
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User reviews and opinions
|raunieme||8:29am on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|I bought this product because I had endless digital photos on my computer that I kept meaning to get printed.|
|cgreco||3:01am on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010|
|i have just bought a picturemate100 from pc world. i paid 39.98 and what a great buy it was. We have been using and abusing this Epson PictureMate 100 printer since Christmas and it has proved itself as one of our favourite... When I recently bought a digital camera for the first time I was worried about getting prints.|
|tenine||10:23pm on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|This is a toaster-sized printer that prints brilliant 4"x6" colour prints at a reasonable cost. Prints do not smudge in water like some HP prints do.|
|yknott||9:14pm on Saturday, September 11th, 2010|
|Love it!!!!!!!!!! But why have all the shops stopped selling it?? This is a brilliant product!!|
|kaz219||3:48pm on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|Having bought this Epson PictureMate 100 printer, I was initially very impressed with the look of the output.|
|wsp||8:44pm on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|Not bad photo printer. Does what it says on the tin and print quality on the fixed 6x4(15x10) size is quite reasonable. Picture mate 100 I found that this is a great little printer and it produces good postcard sized prints which is just what I wanted.|
|jmalobicky||4:23am on Monday, March 15th, 2010|
|The printer was bought as a 70th birthday present for my father. He found it easy to use and it produces great photos. Brilliantly easy to use and so portable. Little slow sometimes when waiting for prints. Easy to use Not easy to get "compatible" consumables|
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Important Safety Instructions
Read all of the instructions in this section before using your printer. Also, be sure to follow all warnings and instructions marked on the printer. Leave enough space in front of the printer for the paper to be fully ejected. Avoid places subject to rapid changes in temperature and humidity. Also, keep the printer and the AC adapter away from direct sunlight, strong light, water, or heat sources. Do not leave the printer in a place subject to high temperature, such as in a car. Also, keep the printer away from direct sunlight, strong light, and heat sources. Otherwise, the printer may be damaged or ink may leak. Avoid places subject to dust, shock, or vibration. Leave enough room around the printer to allow for sufficient ventilation. Place the AC adapter near a wall outlet where the plug can be easily unplugged. Do not place or store the printer, the AC adapter, or the optional battery outdoors.
When choosing a place for the printer
Observe the following when choosing a place for the printer: Place the printer on a flat, stable surface that extends beyond the base of the printer in all directions. If you place the printer by the wall, leave more than 10 cm between the back of the printer and the wall. The printer will not operate properly if it is tilted at an angle. When storing or transporting the printer, do not tilt it, stand it on its side, or turn it upside down. Otherwise, ink may leak from the cartridge.
When setting up your printer
Observe the following when setting up the printer: Do not block or cover the vents and openings in the printer. Power supply cords should be placed to avoid abrasions, cuts, fraying, crimping, and kinking. Do not place objects on top of power-supply cords and do not allow the AC adapter or power-supply cords to be stepped on or run over. Be particularly careful to keep all power-supply cords straight at the ends and the points where they enter and leave the AC adapter. Use only the power-supply cords that comes with this product. Use of another cord may result in fire or electrical shock, or injury. The AC adapter model A361H is designed for use with the printer with which it was included. Do not attempt to use it with other electronic devices unless specified.
If you have to fit a plug: As the colours of the mains lead of the appliance may not match the coloured markings used to identify the terminals in a plug, please observe the following: The blue wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug marked with the letter N. The brown wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug marked with the letter L. If damage occurs to the plug, replace the cord set or consult a qualified electrician.
When using the printer
Observe the following when using the printer: If you use the printer in places where the use of electronic devices is limited, such as in airplanes or hospitals, follow all instructions in those places.
When using a memory card
Use only memory cards compatible with the printer. Refer to Inserting Your Memory Cards.
When using LCD
The LCD panel contains a few small bright or dark spots. These are normal and do not mean that the LCD monitor is damaged in any way. Only use a dry, soft cloth to clean the LCD panel. Do not use liquid or chemical cleansers. If the LCD panel on your printer's control panel is damaged, contact your dealer. If the liquid crystal solution gets on your hands, wash them thoroughly with soap and water. If the liquid crystal solution gets into your eyes, flush them immediately with water. If discomfort or vision problems remain after a thorough flushing, see a doctor immediately.
When using the optional battery
If battery acid gets into your eyes or on your skin, immediately rinse the affected area thoroughly with water and seek medical treatment. If a battery is swallowed, seek medical treatment immediately. Use only an Epson Li-ion battery model EU-112 for this printer according to the directions in the user documentation. Replacing the battery with an incorrect model may cause an explosion. Use only AC adapter model A361H to charge the battery and operate the printer. Do not charge or use the battery with devices other than the specified product. Using the battery with other devices may damage the battery or other devices, or may cause an explosion. To protect against short circuits, do not remove the outside case of the battery. Do not handle the battery with wet hands or use them near water.
When using the optional Bluetooth Photo Print Adapter
Refer to the Bluetooth Photo Print Adapter's documentation for the safety instructions.
Do not expose the battery to water or high humidity. Do not drop, puncture, disassemble, mutilate, or short-circuit the battery. Do not place the battery near or into fire or water. Do not use the battery that is leaking or damaged in any way. Do not charge the battery on devices except this printer. Do not charge the battery near open flame or in very hot locations. Keep the battery away from heat sources. Do not leave the battery in a vehicle to prevent the battery from overheating. Do not insert objects into any openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-circuit components. Prevent the battery from coming into contact with metal objects that could short-circuit it, such as coins or keys.
Do not solder wires or terminals directly to the battery. Do not touch battery terminals. Keep the battery away from open flame if they leak or smell strange. If overheating, discoloration, or deformation occur, remove the battery from the printer and do not use it. Charge the battery before using it if it has not been used for a long period.
When storing the optional battery
When not using the printer for a long period of time, remove the battery from the printer and store them separately to avoid over-discharging the battery. Do not store the battery where the temperature or humidity is very high. Store the battery out of childrens reach.
When disposing of the optional battery
Before disposing of the battery, make sure you discharge them completely. Warning: Do not dispose of batteries as ordinary refuse. Instead, dispose of them in a collection or recycle box in accordance with local laws. Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery in fire.
Do not shake photo cartridge after removing it from the bag; this can cause leakage. Do not remove or tear the label on the cartridge; this can cause leakage. Do not use a photo cartridge beyond the date printed on the cartridge carton: otherwise, it may result in reduced print quality. For best results, use up the photo cartridge within six months of installing it. Do not dismantle photo cartridges or try to refill them. This could damage the print head. After bringing a photo cartridge inside from a cold storage site, allow it to warm up at room temperature for at least three hours before using it. Store photo cartridges in a cool, dark place. The IC chip on the photo cartridge retains a variety of cartridge-related information, such as the amount of ink remaining, so that the cartridge may be removed and reinstalled freely. However, each time the cartridge is inserted, some ink is consumed because the printer automatically performs a reliability check.
For European users: Do not dispose of batteries as ordinary refuse. Instead, dispose of them in a recycle box in accordance with local laws.
If your camera supports DPOF (Digital Print Order Format), you can pre-select which photos to print while the memory card is still in your camera. Then, when you insert the card into PictureMate, it knows which photos you chose. See Printing Camera-Selected DPOF Photos on page 17. If you have a PictBridge- or USB DP (USB Direct Print)-enabled camera, you can connect the camera to PictureMate and control printing right from your camera. See Printing From a PictBridge-Enabled Camera on page 25.
Supported Photo Formats
Where to Find Information
Unpacking and setting up
See your Start Here to unpack, set up, and use your PictureMate.
TIFF Start Here
Make sure your photos meet these requirements for printing with your PictureMate: JPEG files or uncompressed TIFF files only Resolutions ranging from to pixels
Printing and changing settings
Basic Operation Guide (this book) explains how to print photos directly from your cameras memory card. It also covers how to print from other devices, replace the PictureMate Photo Cartridge, take care of PictureMate, and troubleshoot problems.
Basic Operation Guide
PictureMate recognizes and prints the first 999 photos on your memory card.
Using your PictureMate with a computer
The on-screen User's Guide on the CD provides comprehensive information and instructions for using PictureMate with a computer.
Preparing to Print
Before you can print, you need to load paper and insert your memory card in PictureMate. 1. Move the handle to the back and down. Then open the paper support and output tray.
Follow these steps to load PictureMate Photo Paper: Caution: Do not load plain paper; this may damage PictureMate.
handle output tray
Note: Keep the handle all the way down when printing, to allow paper to feed through.
Slide the top part of the paper support up gently until it clicks into place.
Paper Handling Instructions
When storing printouts
Do not touch the printed side or stack your printouts until the ink is dry. To avoid scratching the image, be sure not to rub the printed side of the paper. If the printed side is rubbed too strongly, ink may come off the paper. Do not stack printouts with the image sides touching. Do not stack printouts and conventional film photographs with the image sides touching. If you stack printouts, place a sheet of plain paper or other absorbent paper between the individual prints.
Basic Photo Printing
Printing All Photos
Note: If there is DPOF information on the memory card and / is selected, PictureMate goes to DPOF print mode. See Printing Camera-Selected DPOF Photos on page 17 for details. To print all of the photos on the memory card, press the Cancel button and follow the steps above.
Printing Selected Photos
Press the Mode button to select /. Press the copies. or button to select the number of
Press the Layout button to select the layout.
Start button to start printing. 1. Press the Mode button to select.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Press the or want to print. Press the copies. or
button to select the photo you button to select the number of
Printing Camera-Selected DPOF Photos
If your camera supports DPOF (Digital Print Order Format), you can use it to pre-select which photos and how many copies you want to print. See your cameras manual to choose photos for printing with DPOF, then insert your memory card in PictureMate. PictureMate automatically reads your pre-selected photos. 1. Load paper and a memory card that contains DPOF data. The screen below appears on the LCD panel.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 for additional photos. Press the Layout button to select the layout. Press the Start button to start printing.
Printing an Index
Press the Layout button to select the layout. Press the Start button to start printing.
Press the Mode button to select. Press the Start button to start printing.
Note: If you want to print all of the photos on the memory card, press the Cancel button. See Printing All Photos on page 16.
Printing Photos in Black and White or Sepia
You can print your photo in black and white or in a sepia tone without changing the original photo. Note: A sepia print has a brownish tone, for an old-fashioned photo look. 1. 2. Press the Mode button to select. Press the or button to select Color Effect, then press the Start button. 3. Press the or button to select color, black and white, or sepia, these are indicated by the color of the icon, then press the Start button.
See Basic Photo Printing on page 16 and print using the mode you want.
Fixing Your Photos
PictureMate lets you correct the color and improve the image quality of your photos without using a computer. If your camera supports PRINT Image Matching, you can use the printers P.I.M. setting to automatically adjust your photos for the best results.
If your camera doesnt support PRINT Image Matching, you can use PhotoEnhance to make adjustments for the type of environment in which your photos were taken.
PhotoEnhance - Use this if a print does not look good; for example, this may correct images that are too dark, too bright, or backlit. OFF - Prints photos as they are or bypasses P.I.M. data. P.I.M. - PictureMate chooses this setting automatically if it detects P.I.M. information saved in your cameras digital files. This information helps ensure an accurate image reproduction. See Basic Photo Printing on page 16 and print using the mode you want.
Connect your cameras USB cable to your camera and the EXT/IF port on the back of PictureMate.
Use the digital camera to select the photo you want to print. Be sure to make the desired print settings on the digital camera because the digital camera settings generally take precedence over the print settings of PictureMate. See your digital camera's documentation for information on more detailed settings. Print from the digital camera.
Printing From a Bluetooth Device
About the Bluetooth Photo Print Adapter
The optional Bluetooth Photo Print Adapter is a wireless communication module used to print from digital cameras and other devices with Bluetooth wireless technology without cables when connected to the printer.
Note: While this product complies with the Bluetooth Specification, it is not guaranteed to work with all devices enabled with Bluetooth wireless technology. The communication range of this product is approximately 10 meters; however, this may vary depending on conditions including obstacles between devices; signal quality; magnetic fields; static electricity and electromagnetic interference; software; operating system; reception sensitivity; and antenna performance.
Basic Printing Profile (BPP) Basic Imaging Profile (BIP) Hardcopy Cable Replacement Profile (HCRP) Object Push Profile (OPP)
Up to 10 m
Connecting and Disconnecting the Bluetooth Photo Print Adapter
1. Insert the Adapter connector into the EXT/IF port as shown below. Caution: Do not connect this product while the printer is operating. Doing so may cause the printer to malfunction.
Remove the Adapters connector from the EXT/IF port as shown below.
Caution: Do not remove this product while communicating with another device. Do not disconnect this product while the printer is operating. Doing so may cause the printer to malfunction. Do not remove this product by pulling on its upper section. Doing so may damage the product.
The Adapters light comes on for one second. If the LED does not turn on, disconnect the Adapter from the printer, then reconnect it.
Use the LCD panel on the printer to make settings for Bluetooth wireless communication. See Making settings on page 30
This mode allows devices enabled with Bluetooth to freely discover the printer and print. This mode prevents unknown devices from discovering the printer. To print in Private mode, first search for the printer once in Public mode. After your device has discovered the printer in Public mode once, it will subsequently be able to communicate with and print from it in Private mode.
Note: In addition to the ink used during an image printing, ink is consumed during the print head cleaning operation, during the self-cleaning cycle which is performed when the printer is turned on, and during ink charging when the photo cartridge is installed in the printer. For more information about photo cartridges. See When handling photo cartridges on page 7
Make sure that PictureMate is on, but not printing. Note: Check the ink status. See Checking the Photo Cartridge Status (Ink Level) on page 32
Move the handle to the upright position.
Check that the screen below is displayed on the LCD panel. This screen is not displayed if there is some ink left. 5. Open the cartridge compartment cover on the back of PictureMate.
Close the paper support.
Set the cartridge lock lever in the Release position by sliding the lever to the right, then down and to the left. The photo cartridge will be ejected about halfway out of the holder. Pull the cartridge out of PictureMate and dispose of it properly.
Caution: Do not touch the green IC chip on the bottom of the cartridge. This can damage the photo cartridge.
Do not touch this part.
Note: Do not take the used cartridge apart or try to refill it. Do not shake the used photo cartridge; otherwise, it may leak. The photo cartridge must be replaced when any one of the colors is depleted. The rate that a specific color of ink is consumed depends on the images printed.
If you remove the photo cartridge for later use, be sure to protect the ink supply ports from dirt and dust; store it in the same environment as the printer. Note that there is a valve in the ink supply ports, making covers or plugs unnecessary, but care is needed to prevent the ink from staining items that the cartridge touches. Do not touch the ink supply ports or surrounding area. Be sure to always install a photo cartridge into the printer immediately following the removal of the current photo cartridge. If a photo cartridge is not installed promptly, the print head may dry out, rendering it unable to print.
Remove the replacement photo cartridge from its package.
Place the cartridge properly into the cartridge holder, then push it in until you feel resistance and hear the cartridge faintly click into place.
Set the lever to the Lock position by sliding it in the direction shown.
10. Close the cartridge compartment cover. Note: After installing the cartridge, make sure the sides of the cartridge are even. If either side of the cartridge sticks out, push the side of the cartridge until it clicks. Note: If you cannot close the cartridge compartment cover, the photo cartridge is not installed correctly. Go back to the Step 6 and eject the photo cartridge. Then install the photo cartridge again. 11. Move the handle all the way down.
Taking PictureMate With You
PictureMates handle makes it easy to carry short distances. If your PictureMate is going to travel a longer distance, you should pack it carefully to protect it from getting damaged. Caution: Keep PictureMate out of the sun and dont leave it in your car or other location where it can get too hot. 4. Push down the top of the paper support and close it against PictureMate. Then close the output tray.
5. 1. 2. If PictureMate is on, turn it off. Wait until the LCD screen goes blank, then unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet. Remove paper from the paper support and output tray.
Disconnect the power cord and any connected USB cable from the back of PictureMate.
Pack PictureMate along with its power cord and AC adapter in the box that PictureMate came.
Caution: Make sure the photo cartridge is installed before transporting. Dont place PictureMate on its side or upside down, or ink may leak. Note: If your prints dont look as good after PictureMate has been moved, try aligning the print head. See Aligning the Print Head on page 41.
Checking the Print Head Nozzles
If you find that the printout is unexpectedly faint or that dots are missing, you may be able to identify the problem by checking the print head nozzles. 1. Make sure that PictureMate is turned on and no warnings or errors are displayed on the LCD panel. Load a sheet of paper. See Loading Paper on page 12. Press the Mode button to select. Press the Nozzles. or button to select Check Ink
The above sample may be shown in black and white, but the actual test prints in color (Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow). Needs Cleaning
Press the pattern.
Start button to print the nozzle check
The nozzle check pattern is printed out. See the following illustration.
The printer will print a nozzle check pattern. Below are sample printouts.
If the nozzle check page does not print satisfactorily (for example, if any segment of the printed lines is missing), there is a problem with the printer. This could be a clogged ink nozzle or a misaligned print head. See Cleaning the Print Head on page 40.
Cleaning the Print Head
If your print quality is not as good as it used to be, if your photos are light or faint, or you are missing colors in your prints, your print head nozzles may be clogged. Note: Print head cleaning consumes some ink. To avoid wasting ink, clean the print head only if print quality declines; for example, if the printout is blurry or the color is incorrect or missing. Use the Nozzle Check function first to confirm that the print head needs to be cleaned. This saves ink. If a message on the LCD screen tells you that the cartridge is empty or low on ink, you cannot clean the print head. You must first replace the photo cartridge. Make sure that PictureMate is turned on and no warnings or errors are displayed on the LCD panel. Press the Mode button to select.
Press the Head.
button to select Clean Print
Press the head.
Start button to start cleaning the print
The processing icon appears on the screen while cleaning is in progress.
When cleaning finishes, print a nozzle check pattern to check the results. See Checking the Print Head Nozzles on page 39.
Aligning the Print Head
If you have moved PictureMate and print quality is not as good as it was beforefor example, you see misaligned vertical lines or light or dark horizontal bandingyou may need to align the print head. 1. Make sure that PictureMate is turned on and no warnings or errors are displayed on the LCD panel. Load a sheet of photo paper. See Loading Paper on page 12. Press the Mode button to select. Press the or button to select Align Print Head.
The following alignment sheet is printed.
Look at the alignment pattern in each set and find the patch which is most evenly printed, with no noticeable streaks or lines. Press the or button to highlight the number for the best pattern (1 to 9).
Press the screen.
Start button to exit the alignment
Start button to print the alignment
To keep PictureMate operating at its best, clean it thoroughly several times a year as follows. 1. 2. 3. Turn off PictureMate and unplug the power cord. Remove any paper from the paper support. Use a soft brush to carefully clean away all dust and dirt from the paper support. If the outer case or the inside of the paper support is dirty, wipe it with a soft, clean cloth dampened with mild detergent. Keep the output tray closed to prevent water from getting inside.
Caution: Never use alcohol or thinner to clean the printer, as these chemicals can damage the components as well as the case. Be careful not to get water on the printer mechanism or electronic components. Do not use a hard or abrasive brush. Do not spray the inside of the printer with lubricants. Unsuitable oils can damage the mechanism. Contact your dealer or a qualified service person if lubrication is needed.
The solutions herein are for problems when printing directly from a memory card. If you are using the optional battery, it may be empty, or it may not be installed all the way into the compartment. See Charging the battery on page 52 for instructions on charging the battery. See Installing the battery on page 51 for instructions on installing the battery.
You can identify many common printer problems using the display on your printers LCD panel. See Panel Icon List on page 61.
LCD panel came on and then went out The printers voltage may not match the outlet rating. Turn off the printer and unplug it immediately. Then, check the printer labels. Caution: If the voltage does not match, DO NOT PLUG YOUR PRINTER BACK IN. Contact your dealer. Power light came on and then went out If you are using the optional battery, it may be empty, or it may not be installed all the way into the compartment. See Charging the battery on page 52 for instructions on charging the battery. See Installing the battery on page 51 for instructions on installing the battery.
Printer Power Problems
LCD panel is off Press the d On button to make sure that the printer is on. Turn off the printer and make sure that the power cord is securely plugged in. Make sure that your outlet works and is not controlled by a wall switch or timer.
Print and Noise Problems
PictureMate makes an unexpected noise after you install a photo cartridge. The first time you install the photo cartridge, PictureMate will charge its print head for about three and a half minutes. Wait until charging finishes before you turn it off, or it may charge improperly and use more ink the next time you turn it on. Your PictureMate makes an unexpected noise when you turn it on or after it has been sitting for awhile. PictureMate is performing routine maintenance. PictureMate sounds as though it is printing, but nothing prints. PictureMate may be preparing to print. Make sure the print head nozzles are not clogged. To clean the print head, see Cleaning the Print Head on page 40. PictureMate wont work properly if its tilted or at an angle. Place it on a flat, stable surface that extends beyond the printer base in all directions.
When PictureMate is on during charging, icon blinks on the LCD panel. When the battery is fully charged, icon appears. Note: The battery may not be charged correctly if the temperature of the operation is not guaranteed.
Charging Time Continuous Print Time Number of Prints Approx. 2 hours at maximum Approx. 90 minutes Approx. 50 sheets (in.) *
Checking the battery status
The battery status is always displayed at the top left corner of the LCD panel.
Icon Status Sufficient battery power
* When printing from a Memory Stick with a fully charged, fresh battery, at room temperature. The number of sheets varies depending on the memory card, data size, and other conditions.
Auto Power Off
When the battery is used to power PictureMate, PictureMate will automatically turn off to save battery power if it is idle for about 15 minutes. Note: When a memory card is inserted and PictureMate is connected to a computer, it will not turn off automatically.
When the icon is yellow, battery power is low. When the icon is red, battery power is almost empty. Battery power is running out.
Battery is charging.
Battery is fully charged.
Dimensions Storage Width: 256 mm (10.0 inches) Depth: 154 mm (6.1 inches) Height: 167 mm (6.6 inches) Printing Width: 256 mm (10.0 inches) Depth: 305 mm (12.0 inches) Height: 167 mm (6.6 inches) Printable area Border printing: 3 mm margin for all sides of paper Borderless printing: 0 mm margin Model Paper tray capacity Weight 20 sheets Input 2.7 kg (6.0 lb) without battery and photo cartridge Output AC100-240 V, 50-60 Hz, 0.8-0.4 A, 42 W DC 20 V, 1.68 A A361H Input
AC adapter operated DC 20 V, 1.6 A Optional battery operated DC14.4 V, 1.4 A
Printer Operated by AC Adapter
When not charging an optional battery When charging an optional battery
Temperature Operation: 10 to 35C (50 to 95F) Storage: -20 to 60C (-4 to 140F) 1 month at 40C (104F) 120 hours at 60C (140F) Humidity Operation:* 20 to 80% RH Storage:* 5 to 85% RH
AC AC AC AC 100-120V 220-240 V 100-120 V 220-240 V Input Input Input Input Power Continuous Approx. consumption printing 11.0 W using AC adapter Sleep Approx. mode 4.0 W Stand-by mode Input current using AC adapter (Continuous printing) Approx. 0.7 W 0.3 A Approx. 11.5 W Approx. 4.5 W Approx. 1.0 W 0.2 A Approx. 30 W Approx. 22 W Approx. 22 W 0.7 A Approx. 30 W Approx. 23 W Approx. 23 W
* Without condensation 0.4 A
Built-in card slots
Card Slots CF Type II card slot SmartMedia card slot Memory Stick/ Memory Stick PRO card slot Compatible with CF+ and CompactFlash Specification 1.4 Compatible with SmartMedia Standard 2003 Compatible with Memory Stick Standard version 1.3 Compatible with Memory Stick Standard Memory Stick PRO Format Specifications version 1.0 Compatible with SD Memory Card Specifications / PART1. Physical Layer Specification Version 1.0 Compatible with MultiMediaCard Standard xD-Picture Card Slot Compatible with xD-Picture Card Card Specification Version 1.20 Type M
Compatible memory cards
CompactFlash SmartMedia* Memory Stick* Memory Stick PRO Memory Stick Duo** Memory Stick PRO Duo** MagicGate Memory Stick* MagicGate Memory Stick Duo** Microdrive SD (Secure Digital) Card MultiMediaCard miniSD card** xD-Picture Card xD-Picture Card Type M
SD/ MMC card slot
3.3 V 3.3 V/5 V Combined use Maximum current is 500 mA
* Maximum capacity is 128 MB. ** Adapter required.
PictureMate Photo Cartridge (T573)
Color Cartridge life Temperature Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow Within 6 months of opening the package, at 25C (77F) Storage: -20 to 40C (-4 to 104F) 1 month at 40C (104F) Freezing:* -11C (12.2F)
Standards and Approvals
European model: EMC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC EN 55022 Class B EN 55024
European model: Safety Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC EN60950-1 EMC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC EN55024 EN61000-3-2 EN61000-3-3
* Ink thaws and is usable after approximately 3 hours at 25C (77F).
External Storage Devices
Connectivity Universal Serial Bus Specifications Revision 1.1* Bit rate: 12 Mbps (Full speed device) Connector type: USB Series A Data Encoding: NRZI Recommended cable length: Less than 1.8 meters
* Not all USB devices are supported. Contact your regional customer support for details.
Align Print Head, 41 All photos, 16 Auto correct photo, 18 printer, 42 print head, 39 Clogged nozzles, 39 Color effect, 18 problems, 46 Consumables, 50 Copying photos, 22 saving files, 22 Folder, 24 to 25
Gaps in image, 45
Backup photos, 22 Battery buying, 50 using, 51 to 53 Black and white printing, 18 Blank pages, 47 Bluetooth, 27, 50 Blurry prints, 45
Image formats, 11 quality, 45 to 46 Incorrect colors, 46 Index sheet, 17 Ink, see Photo cartridge
Date Stamp, 20 Device external, 24 to 26 DPOF (Digital Print Order Format), 17
Camera printing from, 25 selected photos (DPOF), 17 Care of PictureMate, 39 Carrying PictureMate, 37 CD printing from, 24 to 25 saving files, 22 Cell phone printing from, 27 Charging ink, 44 Cleaning
Edge guide, 13 Error messages, 61 External device printing from, 24 to 25 saving files, 22
Jams paper, 46 JPEG, 11
Layout button, 16 LCD screen messages, 43, 61
Faint images, 45 File formats, 11 Fix photo, 18 Flash memory drive printing from, 24 to 25
Maintenance, 39 Manuals, 11
Margins incorrect, 47 Memory card adapter, 14 compatibility, 14, 56 inserting, 14 problems, 43, 44 removing, 15 Memory Stick, 14 Microdrive, 14 MiniSD card, 14 Missing colors, 46 MMC (MultiMediaCard), 14 Mode button, 16
Noise PictureMate, 44 Nozzle check, 39 Nozzle cleaning, 40
PDA printing from, 27 Photo formats, 11 quality, 45 to 46 Photo cartridge buying, 50 ink level, 32 replacing, 33 to 36 safety instructions, 7 PhotoEnhance, 19 PictBridge, 10, 25 PictureMate PicturePack, 50 PIM (PRINT Image Matching), 10, 18 Power cable, 37 Problems memory card, 44 missing colors, 46 paper feeding, 46 paper jam, 46 print quality, 45 to 46
Saving photo files, 22 SD (Secure Digital) card, 14 sepia, 18 Setup problems, 44 SmartMedia card, 14 Smears, 45
Technical support, 48 Thumb drive printing from, 24 to 25 saving files to, 22 TIFF, 11 Time Stamp, 20 Transporting PictureMate, 37 Troubleshooting, 43 to 47
USB cable, 24 to 26, 37 USB DP (USB Direct Print), 10, 25 Users Guide, 11
On button, 14 Output tray, 12
Quality, 45 to 46
xD Picture Card, 14
Packing PictureMate, 37 Paper buying types, 50 feeding problems, 46 jam, 46 tray, 12
Removing memory card, 15 photo cartridge, 33 Resolution, 11
Zip disk printing from, 24 to 25 saving files to, 22
Panel Icon List
Printer errors and conditions are displayed with image icons and numerical codes.
Display Meaning Not enough ink to perform the head cleaning. Replace the photo cartridge with a new one. See Replacing the Photo Cartridge on page 33 Meaning Bluetooth module error. Ink out. Replace the photo cartridge with a new one. See Replacing the Photo Cartridge on page 33 Disconnect the Adapter, then reconnect to the printer. See Connecting and Disconnecting the Bluetooth Photo Print Adapter on page 28 External device is not connected or media is not inserted. Connect an external device or insert media.
Paper out. Load Paper. Then press the Start button to continue or the Cancel button to cancel. See Loading Paper on page 12
Paper is jammed. Clear paper jam, then press the Start button. See Problems With Paper Feeding on page 46
Insufficient space on the external device. Use an external device with sufficient space.
Meaning No memory card is inserted. Insert a memory card.
Meaning Photo cartridge cannot be recognized. Reinstall the photo cartridge. The genuine EPSON photo cartridge (T573) is recommended for replacement.
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