HP Designjet 430
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To find how to.
Go to. " Page 77 " Chapter 8 " Page 95 " Page 912 " Page 1017 " Go to the index at the back of this manual.
Clean the cartridge nozzles by priming them Interpret the lights on the front panel Clear a media jam Solve print quality problems Order accessories
To find any other information.
Main controls of your printer
media load button media lever front panel power switch
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Direct access to HP and the information you want, when you need it. Register now! HP DesignJet Online is a free, web-based user club exclusive to HP DesignJet users. Having registered, the user has unrestricted access to a range of useful services, the emphasis being on useful, as this is definitely not a sales-oriented site. Communication from HP to users includes: a quarterly newsletter focussing on usage tips, technical briefings and examples of HP DesignJet applications around the world; full information on worldwide HP Customer Care contacts; an online HP DesignJet Diagnosis troubleshooting tool; a calendar of HP DesignJet-related events and programs; online access to training videos and selected user documents; and immediate information on new products. Communication from the users to HP includes: feedback on HP DesignJet features; automatic contact with HP Customer Care from the troubleshooting tool, for HP to follow up; and the chance to ask technical questions on large-format printing to industry experts. And finally, communication from user to user includes the chance to win prizes by submitting HP DesignJet success stories, as well as a user-to-user discussion forum where users can share best practices and ask for advice from their fellow professionals. HP DesignJet Online is available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.
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Main controls of your printer www.designjet-online.hp.com Welcome 1 ix
Setting up your printer
Fast track 12 Setup checklist 13 Task 1: Check that you have all the items required 14 Task 2: (Optional) Install a memory expansion module 16 Task 3: Position the printer 18 Task 4: Switch on 19 Task 5: Load the print cartridge(s) 110 Task 6: (Optional) Change the language 114 Task 7: Connect the printer to your computer 117 Task 8: (Optional) Configure the printer 119 Task 9: Set up the printer in your application software 124 Task 10: Send a sample or demonstration print 126
Working with media
Caring for your media 22 Choosing media 22 Supported media types and relative costs 23 Physical characteristics of media types 24 Recommended print quality settings and recommended media for color prints 25 Typical media-type choices by application 26 Before loading media 27 Before sending your file 28 Loading sheet media 29 To load a sheet (without the roll-feed option installed) 29 To realign the sheet manually (if necessary) 213 Loading roll media 216 To change the roll 216 To feed roll media into the printer 219 To load a sheet with the roll-feed option installed 224
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Unloading media 225 Drying time 225 To unload a sheet at the end of a print 226 To unload a sheet under any other circumstances To cut and unload a print from a roll 227
Controlling your prints appearance
Ways to control the prints appearance 32 Page size 33 When do you need to adjust the page size in the printer? 34 To adjust the page size in the Setup Sheet 35 Page size and clipped prints 36 Rotating a print 37 Can you rotate any drawing using the Setup Sheet? 37 To rotate a print using the printers Setup Sheet 37 Exactly what is rotated? 38 The Rotate feature and clipped prints 39 How does Rotate interact with your software? 39 Printing a mirror image 310 Changing the treatment of overlapping lines (Merge feature) 311 Changing the printers logical pen characteristics 312 Printing color drawings in monochrome 313 To switch from color to monochrome 313 Important points about monochrome printing 314 Choosing an appropriate print quality 315 To change the print quality on the front panel 316 Print quality recommendations 318
Managing your prints
To cancel a print 42 To copy a print 42 To advance the media 43
Special internal prints
Their purpose and how to print them 52 Using the Black Cartridge Alignment Sheet Using the Color Cartridge Test Sheet 58 Using the Print Quality Test Print 5-12 Printing the Print Quality Test Print 5-13 vi 54
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Reconfiguring your printer
To see the current configuration of the printer 62 To change the serial interface settings 63 To change the graphics language setting for less common applications To change the I/O timeout setting 64 To upgrade your printer with more memory 64 File size and memory usage 64 To upgrade your printer with a network interface 64 To upgrade the HP DesignJet 430 printer with color 65
Maintaining your printer
Replacing cartridges 72 When to replace cartridges 72 Using genuine HP supplies 73 Before replacing cartridges 74 To replace one or more cartridges 75 Cleaning the cartridge nozzles (priming) 77 Cleaning the printer 79
Front-panel lights and keys
Front-panel lights Front-panel keys 82 87
Using the documentation 92 Locating the source of your problem 93 Solving media-handling problems 94 If the printer will not accept your media 94 If the printer continually rejects your media, with the Load Media light flashing 94 Clearing a media jam 95 Solving communication problems 98 Solving problems with print position or content 99 If the print is completely blank 99 If the output contains only a partial print 99 If the print is clipped 910 If the entire print is in one quadrant of the correct printing area 910 If one print overlays another print on the same sheet 910 If the output is distorted or unintelligible 911 vii
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If the printer has drawn a different print from the one you were expecting 911 If pen settings seem to have no effect 911 Solving print-quality problems 912 If there are white streaks in solid areas or gaps in lines 912 If there are jagged vertical or horizontal lines 914 If there are slightly warped lines 914 If there are color shadows 914 If a cartridge is not printing at all 914 If the print quality appears to be poor just in one part of the print If there are blurred lines (ink bleeds from lines) 915 If there are blotchy areas (uneven fill density) 915 If there is other pronounced banding in area fills 915 If ink smears after you remove a print 915 Solving miscellaneous problems 916 If the printer does not print 916 If the printer seems too slow 916 Getting help 917 What to do before you call 917 If a repair is needed 918
Printer specifications 102 Interface specifications 108 Parallel (Centronics) cable 109 Serial (RS-232-C) cables 1010 Interface cables 1011 Regulatory notices 1012 Ordering accessories 1016 HP part numbers for HP DesignJet Papers and Films How to order supplies and accessories 1020
Glossary Index Documentation map Please give us your feedback (removable pages)
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An introduction to the HP DesignJet 430, 450C and 488CA printers and their accessories
The HP DesignJet 430, 450C and 488CA are large-format inkjet printers employing HP disposable print cartridge technology.
The HP DesignJet 430 prints in monochrome and uses a single cartridge, containing black ink, one of which is supplied with your printer.
The HP DesignJet 450C and 488CA print in color or monochrome, using yellow, cyan, magenta and black cartridges, a set of which is supplied with your printer. All other supported colors are generated using these four cartridges.
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Roll-feed kit Extra spindles
You have a large series of accessories available for use with your printer, including: A roll-feed kit A separate legs assembly Extra spindles for the roll-feed, for easy changing of rolls Memory expansion modules.
In addition, for the HP DesignJet 430: A color upgrade kit, allowing the printer to be upgraded to a HP DesignJet 450C. For the full range of available accessories, see page 1017.
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You can print on sheet media up to E/A0 size or D/A1 size, depending on the printer model you have. With the addition of the optional roll-feed kit, you can also print on roll media up to E/A0 or D/A1 width. A large range of media types is supported2: Bright White Inkjet Paper Translucent bond Natural tracing paper Vellum Coated paper Heavyweight coated paper Matte and clear film.
In addition, on the HP DesignJet 450C and 488CA: High-gloss film. High-gloss photo. For best quality prints, use HP media, as your printers configuration is optimized for it and tested with it. For details of HP media, see page 1020 and any separate HP media literature supplied with the printer. To indicate which media type you have loaded, use the printers front panel.
450C/488CA To switch from color to monochrome
With the HP DesignJet 450C and 488CA, if your application or software driver has a color/mono setting, use this, since the Setup Sheet setting is normally overridden by software. If not, you can set the printer to print in monochrome by selecting Print color as grayscale in the Color/Mono section of the Setup Sheet. You can force a color print to monochrome, regardless of the application/driver setting (except with the supplied Windows driver), by additionally setting the Pen Settings to Use settings from tables below (see page 312). The Setup Sheet setting also affects the printers internal demonstration prints. Note that if there is no color information in your print file, the printer will print only a black-and-white print, not grayscale.
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Important points about monochrome printing
The monochrome print will render colors as grayscales. If you want your print printed in only black and white, then you should set all your logical pens to black, either in your software (easily achieved in CAD software by using a pen number that is 100% black) or in the Setup Sheet (see page 312). With monochrome printing, you have the option to choose between 300 and 600 dpi resolution (see page 315).
With the HP DesignJet 450C and 488CA, the resolution on glossy media is always 300 dpi. This is because, with the Glossy media type selected, all printing is performed using the cyan, yellow and magenta cartridges; the black cartridge is not used.
With the HP DesignJet 430, glossy media is not supported.
For 600 dpi addressable resolution, you must set the appropriate options (for example, color as grayscale or all as black and best or normal) in the driver.
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Controlling a prints overall appearance Choosing an appropriate print quality
Choosing an appropriate print quality
You can control the overall print quality of your print from the printers front panel.
Resolution Print Quality P i t Q lit Fast Normal Best Speed S d Highest Normal Lowest Most M t Ink Used I kU d Least Monochrome 150 x 300 dpi. 600 x 600 dpi. (450C and 488CA: except for glossy media types, on which the resolution is always 300 dpi.) Color
The part headed To check the cartridge alignment lets you check and, if necessary, adjust the alignment between the cartridges, in response to a print quality problemsee page 912. You dont need to use both parts of the Color Cartridge Test Sheet each time you print it. 4 Follow the instructions on the sheet. Notice that, if you change any of the settings on the sheet (by marking an oval different from the currently selected onesthose indicated by thicker edges to the ovals), you must reload it, as as explained in steps 5 through 7, for the printer to readjust itself. Otherwise you can skip the rest of the steps.
5 Having marked the appropriate ovals, reverse the sheet as indicated, and reload it. 6 When the Ready light comes on, press Setup.
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Special internal prints Using the Print Quality Test Print
Using the Print Quality Test Print
This print contains five tests, described below. In each case, possible remedial actions are suggested. However, if the error persists, you may need to call HP for service. The Print Quality Test Print for the HP DesignJet 430, 450C and 488CA is represented by the diagram below. You may use a 10-times magnifier to help identify print quality problems.
IQ Print 4.5 Rev 1.3
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Test 3 Test 4 Test 5
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Printing the Print Quality Test Print
1 Before printing, set the Media Type and Print Quality on the front panel to the settings that you want to test. The size of the Print Quality Test Print is B/A3 or A4 so you must use media (roll or sheet) that is this size or larger. Use the same type of media that you were using when the print quality problem was discovered. 2 Load a sheet of media in portrait orientation. 3 When the Ready light comes on, press the Form Feed and Media Source keys together. The Ready light begins to flash. After a while the printer prints the Print Quality Test Print. 4 Study each of the test patterns in the order listed to determine the type of print quality problem. 5 If you encounter problems of print quality using non-HP media and after the Print Quality Test Print the same quality problems appear, you should try using genuine HP media. Repeat the Print Quality Test Print using HP Media. Test 1 (Warm-up) This pattern warms up the cartridges, leaving them in what should be a perfect operating condition; you can ignore this pattern. This tests all 96 nozzles of each cartridge of the printer. For each color there are 96 diagonally stepped lines, with every fifth or seventh identified by number. There are two possible errors shown by this test (see the following diagram): Nozzles not printing or weak. If the diagonally stepped lines are broken in one or more steps, it indicates that these specific nozzles may be blocked and are not printing. Nozzles misdirected. If the diagonally stepped lines are not equally positioned in every step, it indicates that this specific nozzles may be misdirected. To correct these errors, try running the procedure described in the section Solving print-quality problems on page 912.
Test 2 (Nozzles)
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Incorrect Test 3 (Verticals) Vertical-line straightness is a measure of the horizontal distance between the segments of a vertical line printed in two consecutive swaths.
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If the line is not perfectly straight at bias 0 in the test image (see figure above), try the following: 1 Perform the Black Cartridge Alignment Procedure (see page 54) and print the Print Quality Test Print again to see if there has been any improvement. 2 If the error is still present, replace the failing cartridge and print the Print Quality Test Print again. Test 4 (Color Alignment Quality) is in two parts: The first of the patterns (in the upper line) tests alignment between the cyan and magenta cartridges; it should be blue with no cyan or magenta shadows. The second tests alignment between the cyan and yellow cartridges; it should be green with no cyan or yellow shadows. The third tests alignment between the magenta and yellow cartridges; it should be red, with no magenta or yellow shadows.
The lower test patterns check the color alignment; there are six patterns each with two different primary colors. If there is misalignment between the primary
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colors, the composite color will be present in one part of the circle and white will be visible at the opposite side of the circle. Misalignment can be horizontal or vertical, or a combination of the two. If either set of patterns shows an alignment problem (a third color is present or there is misalignment in the boxes or the circles of the test image), try the following: 1 Perform the Color Cartridge Test Procedure (see page 58) and print the Print Quality Test Print again to see if there has been any improvement. 2 If the problem continues, replace the failing cartridge and print the Print Quality Test Print again. Test 5 (Color Variation) This test produces four boxes in yellow, black, cyan and magenta. In each box there are two horizontal bands; the lower band is a 100% shade, the upper band is shaded from 100% scaling to 60%. The purpose of this test is to determine at what percentage the upper shading becomes visible from the lower band. The best way to do this is to cover the box with a piece of paper and slide the paper horizontally across the box. Stop as soon as you see a different shade in the upper box. You can then determine the percentage scaling from the figure at the top or bottom of the box.
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Before replacing cartridges
Two important points:
Your printer is designed to operate only with the four cartridge types whose part numbers are listed on page 1019. Make sure you are aware of the cautions and warning below. Touch only the plastic parts of the cartridge. Do not touch, wipe, or attempt to clean the cartridge nozzles or contacts; this may clog and damage the cartridge. Each time you access the cartridges for loading or reseating, the nozzles are exposed to the air. If the nozzles are exposed to the air (except during printing) for more than a few minutes at a time, they are susceptible to clogging and drying. It is absolutely essential to load the cartridges with the printer switched ON, otherwise you will get poor print quality and the reliability of your cartridges will be impaired.
Taking care CAUTION
With the HP DesignJet 450C and 488CA printers, it is absolutely essential to load the cartridges in the correct stalls, otherwise not only will your colors be wrong, but also print quality may be impacted.
Dont touch the plastic strip that runs the length of the printer behind the cartridge carriage. Keep hair, jewelry, clothing, and foreign objects away from the printer mechanisms. Keep new and used print cartridges out of the reach of children.
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To replace one or more cartridges
1 Access the cartridge carriage. a Leave the printer switched on. b Open the cover and push it right back. c If necessary, wait for the cartridge carriage to move to the service station on the left.
2 Remove the cartridge to be replaced. a Press down lightly and then pull the cartridge towards you. b Remove the cartridge from its stall. Discard it if it is empty or defective.
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3 Match the color of the cartridges label with the color of the dot above the empty stall. For users with color-vision deficiencies: you can identify the colors of the cartridges by the part numbers on the boxessee page 1019. a Take the new cartridge out of its box. b Remove the colored protective tape and tab from the cartridges nozzles. c Make sure that the printer is still switched on. Never install cartridges with the printer switched off.
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Maintaining your printer Cleaning the printer
Cleaning the printer
Clean only the outside of the printer. Any internal cleaning and any maintenance and repairs beyond the tasks described in this chapter should be done only by a trained service technician. When cleaning the outside of the printer, use a damp sponge or soft cloth and household cleaner.
To avoid electrical shock, make sure that the printer is switched OFF and unplugged before you clean it. Do not let water get inside the printer. Do not use abrasive cleaners on the printer.
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Front-panel lights 8-2 Front-panel keys 8-7
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The lights on the front panel provide the means for your day-to-day communication with the printer. They tell you the printers current status and, if there is an error, the nature of the error. In order to understand the meaning of each combination of lights, you should check the table in this chapter to help you to understand the meaning. You will therefore find this table useful in troubleshooting.
Key to table starting below This graphic. means. The fifteen lights on the printers front panel. The sequence of explanations in the table is:
1: Status group 3: Print quality group 4: Media type group 2: Error group 5: Media source group
This light is ON and STEADY. This light is ON and FLASHING. This light is OFF or this is the relevant light. The state of this light is not relevant.
Lights No lights All lights off
Explanation and Action If no lights are on, you may have a power problem, or the printer may be switched off.
See Chapter 9, Troubleshooting.
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Lights Status group
READY light off
Explanation and Action The printer is not ready to print.
Check the state of the other lights and look them up in this table. If all the status group lights are off, check that the media lever is raised and that the printers cover is closed.
The printer is ready to print.
Send your print from your computer or, for a special internal print, press the appropriate key combinationsee Chapter 5.
READY light flashing: The printer is busy with a task or is receiving a file.
If the flashing READY light is accompanied by one of the four media type lights flashing, the printer is waiting for the media to dry.
This can be terminated by pressing Form Feed.
You are loading media and need to realign it.
Lower the media lever, realign the media, and raise the media lever. See also page 214 for sheet media, or page 222 for roll media.
The printer is ready, but you need to load media.
When you are ready to print, load media.
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Lights Status group (continued)
Explanation and Action The printer has a file in memory, which it is waiting to print, but no media is loaded.
Either: one of the color or black print cartridges is faulty, misplaced or missing. Reseat or replace the cartridge as explained on page 7-2. Or: you have loaded a print cartridge of the wrong type for this printer.
For the correct part numbers of the cartridges supported by this printer, see page 1019.
Either: the current print is too large for the printers memory.
Look on your computer screen for any error message: some drivers, for example the Microsoft Windows driver supplied with your printer, allow you to choose a different printing mode and try to send the file again. In the case of the Microsoft Windows 95 driver shipped with the printer, the relevant field is called Process document in the Options dialog box. Otherwise, you may need to install more memory to print this print. For information on available memory expansion modules, see page 1018.
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Troubleshooting Solving problems with print position or content
Solving problems with print position or content
If you dont find the solution to your problem here, other sources of help are: The documentation supplied with the driver that you are using to manage the output from your software application to the printer. For example, the online and printed documentation included in the following two drivers supplied with your printer:
HP printer drivers for AutoCAD HP printer driver for Microsoft Windows applications.
The documentation supplied with your application software, for example the AutoCAD Reference Manual.
The documentation supplied with the HP DesignJet 488CA software RIP.
If the print is completely blank
Check the print cartridges to be sure you have removed the protective nozzle tape from all of them. One or more of your cartridges may be out of ink. For an explanation of how to check if a cartridge is out of ink, see page 72.
If the output contains only a partial print
Did you press Form Feed before all the data was received by the printer? If so, you have ended the data transmission and will have to send the print again. (You dont need to press Form Feed to unload a sheet.) The I/O Timeout setting in the Setup Sheet may be too short. Increase the setting and print again. See also If the print is clipped on page 910.
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If the print is clipped
This indicates a discrepancy between the actual printing area on the loaded media and the printing area as understood by your software. Check the actual printing area for the media size you have loaded. Printing area = media size minus margins. For media size and margins, see page 103. For actual printing areas, see page 107. Check what your software understands to be the printing area (which it may call printable area or imageable area). For example, AutoCAD assumes standard printing areas larger than those used in this printer. Ensure that the sheet is loaded in the orientation assumed by your software. If necessary, change the printing area in your software. For example, in AutoCAD, specify User Sizes (see the AutoCAD documentation).
If the entire print is in one quadrant of the correct printing area
Is the page size configured in the software too small? Are you sure that your software doesnt believe the drawing to be in one quadrant of the page? If neither of these possibilities explains the position of the print, there is an incompatibility between the software and the printer: Is your software configured for this printer? For general advice, see page 124. For advice specific to your software, see either the documentation supplied with the driver or any Software Application Notes supplied with your printer. If you still havent found the solution, try changing the printers Graphics Language setting, using the Setup Sheet.
If one print overlays another print on the same sheet
The I/O Timeout setting in the Setup Sheet may be too long. Decrease the setting and print again.
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If the output is distorted or unintelligible
There is a possible explanation if the serial interface is in use: If you are using a serial interface between the printer and your computer, make sure the printers serial interface settings match the settings and requirements of your software and hardware. To check or change the printers settings, use the Setup Sheet.
If the printer has drawn a different print from the one you were expecting
You may have pressed Reprint (giving you a copy of the last print) or may have accidentally initiated one of the printers internal prints. (For a summary of these prints and how to print them, see Chapter 5.)
If pen settings seem to have no effect
You may have changed them in the Setup Sheet but forgotten to fill in the oval called Use settings from tables below. You may expect the software-driven pen settings but the Setup Sheet is set to Use settings from tables below.
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Printing area (= media size minus margins). Media size (and orientation of media) A (portrait) A (landscape) B (portrait) B (landscape) C (portrait) C (landscape) D (portrait) D (landscape) E (portrait) A (portrait) A (landscape) B (portrait) B (landscape) C (portrait) C (landscape) D (portrait) D (landscape) E1 (portrait) E (portrait) A4 (portrait) A4 (landscape) A3 (portrait) A3 (landscape) A2 (portrait) A2 (landscape) A1 (portrait) A1 (landscape) A0 (portrait)
Architectural di media
For margins, see page 103. Printing area (width x height) by orientation of drawing inches millimeters landscape portrait landscape portrait 9.66 x 8.1 8.1 x 9.x x 245 10.6 x 7.16 7.16 x 10.x x 269 15.7 x 10.6 10.6 x 15.x x 397 16.6 x 9.66 9.66 x 16.x x 421 20.7 x 16.6 16.6 x 20.x x 524 20.6 x 15.7 15.7 x 20.x x 549 32.7 x 21.6 21.6 x 32.x x 829 33.6 x 20.7 20.7 x 33.x x 854 42.7 x 33.6 33.6 x 42.x x 1084 10.7 x 8.60 8.6 x 10.x x 271 11.6 x 7.66 7.66 x 11.x x 295 16.7 x 11.6 11.6 x 16.x x 423 17.6 x 10.7 10.7 x 17.x x 447 22.7 x 17.6 17.6 x 22.x x 576 23.6 x 16.7 16.7 x 23.x x 600 34.7 x 23.6 23.6 x 34.x x 880 35.6 x 22.7 22.7 x 35.x x 904 40.7 x 29.6 29.6 x 40.x x 1033 46.7 x 35.6 35.6 x 46.x x 1185 10.3 x 7.87 7.87 x 10.x x 263 11.3 x 6.93 6.93 x 11.x x 287 15.2 x 11.3 11.3 x 15.x x 386 16.1 x 10.3 10.3 x 16.x x 410 22.0 x 16.1 16.1 x 22.x x 560 23.0 x 15.2 15.2 x 23.x x 584 31.8 x 23.0 23.0 x 31.x x 807 32.7 x 22.0 22.0 x 32.x x 831 45.5 x 32.7 32.7 x 45.x x 1155
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Reference Interface specifications
Below are the parallel and serial interface specifications. On the following page are the pin configurations for the most common HP cables referenced on page 1011.
Parallel (Centronics) Interface The connector on the printer is 36-pin female. f l Most existing parallel cables support arallel su ort IEEE-1284-compatible communication, but, f b t for use with thi printer, th cable ith this i t the bl must meet the specification in this table s ecification table. Pin Wire/Signal Name 1 2. 19. Pin 20 Strobe D0. D7 (data lines) Busy PError Select (SelectOut) AutoFd GND GND Init Fault SelectIn Wire/Signal Name Protective Ground Transmitted Data Received Data Request to Send Data Set Ready Signal Ground Data Terminal Ready Source computer both printer printer printer computer
computer printer computer Source DTE DCE DTE DCE DTE
Serial (RS-232-C) Interface The Th connector on th printer i 25 i t the i t is 25-pin female. female The printer is configured as DTE (data terminal equipment). t i l i t) Data is transmitted on Pin 2 and received on Pin 3.
hp Designjet 430 inkjet printer (24 )
Hewlett-Packard Company InkJet Commercial Division Avd. Graells San Cugat del Valls Barcelona, Spain Product description
Model: DesignJet 430 series inkjet printer, C4713X (where X denotes changes not affecting significantly the product performance here described) Weight: Height: Width: Depth: 57,7 lb (26 kg) 13 in (34 cm) 41 in (104 cm) 9 in (23 cm)
(Measurements provided are for a non-packaged product)
Environmental certifications Other features
This product conforms to the following voluntary environmental program criteria: - ENERGY STAR HP has designed this product with the following additional features to help the user conserve resources: - Draft Quality Printing Optionsaves ink - Autorotate feature in the printer driversaves paper
Warranty, service & options
Standard Warranty: Extended Warranty: Spare Parts Available: Service Available:
1 year 3 years, Refer to the product Users Guide for full warranty information 5 years after end of production 5 years after end of production
The product can be upgraded, or its useful life extended as follows: - Expandable Memory - Optional Accessory (Roll Feed Kit, Legs Kit) - Connectivity optional: HP Jetdirect 500x, 300x, and 170x external print servers
Operational Mode: 2x3 ft/1,5 minute Energy Consumption: Operation: < 70 W Idle/Ready/Standby: < 28 W Off: 0W Acoustical Noise: (declared sound power (LwAd) per ISO 7779/ISO 9296) Operation: Idle/Ready/Sleep: 45 dB < 20 dB
product safety information product restricted materials
For chemical information about related HP printer supplies, please refer to Material Safety Data Sheets for these products at: http://www.hp.com/go/msds The information in this section refers to materials restricted by regulation or law and applies to parts, components and products sold by HP. This product does not contain: - Asbestos - Cadmium as a stabilizer, coloring agent or surface coating treatment. The total concentration of cadmium in any part, component or material in this product is 50 mg/kg. - Lead carbonates or sulfates are not contained in any paint applied. - Mercury (except lamps containing less than 10 mg) - Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), halons, HCFCs, HBFCs, 1,1,1 trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride or methyl bromide. - Chlorinated or brominated dioxins or furans are not present at a concentration that is currently prohibited by law. - Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) or polychlorinated terphenyls (PCT). For additional product material information about this product, see additional product materials below. For product material information for associated batteries and packaging, see batteries and packaging, below.
additional product materials
- Plastic parts do not contain polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) or polybrominated biphenyl ethers (PBBEs) (also known as polybrominated biphenyl oxides (PBBOs)). - Halogenated flame-retardants are not used in the housing plastics. - Main housing parts are exent (HB Flame class)
This product does not contain batteries. - Packaging materials do not contain lead, mercury, cadmium or hexavalent chromium as an intentionally added element. The sum concentration of incidental lead, mercury, cadmium and hexavalent chromium in the packaging for this product is less than 100mg/kg. - No chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), halons, HCFCs, HBFCs, 1,1,1 trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride or methyl bromide are used in plastic foam packaging materials. - Plastic packaging materials are marked according to ISO 11469 and DIN 6120 standards. External: Paper/Cardboard: 6 Kg Pallet: 10 Kg Internal: Polystyrene-Foam Weight: 1,6 kg
HP designs packaging to be recyclable where practical. The recyclability of the packaging depends on the availability of municipal recycling programs for the packaging used. - To ensure compliance with local packaging take-back requirements in the European countries, HP is a member of the local recovery schemes.
End-of-life management/ l bilit
Hewlett-Packard offers end-of-life HP product return programs in certain geographic areas. To determine if a program is available for this HP product in your area, please refer to our recycling Web site at http://www.hp.com/go/recycle or contact your nearest HP sales office. Products
returned to HP will be recycled, recovered or disposed of in a responsible manner This HP product is designed to enhance end-of-life disposal options by: - Marking plastic parts weighing more than 25g according to ISO 11469 international standards - Eliminating glues and adhesives from product construction where technically feasible - Using common fasteners This HP product contains the following materials that may require special handling at end-of-life: Lead in solder For recycling information, you can contact www.hp.com/go/recycle or contact your local authorities or the Electronics Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org.
- Environmental Policy Hewlett-Packard Company established an environmental policy in 1992 with the goals of providing products and services that are environmentally sound throughout their lifecycles and conducting its operations worldwide in an environmentally responsible manner. HP has strengthened that commitment with the intent to be the recognized leader in inventing environmentally sustainable solutions for the common good. - ISO 14001 In June 2000 HP achieved ISO 14001 certificationthe international standard for environmental management systemsof its worldwide manufacturing operations. Issued by the independent registration firm, Bureau Veritas Quality International (BVQI), this global certification is your assurance that HPs policies, procedures and organization for managing the environmental aspects of our operations meet the voluntary requirements of ISO 14001. - Ozone-Depleting Substances Hewlett-Packard has eliminated all manufacturing process uses of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), HBFCs, halons, 1,1,1 trichloroethane (TCA), carbon tetrachloride and methyl bromide, and we require suppliers to avoid using these chemicals in their manufacturing processes.
for more information
The following information is available online at http://www.hp.com/go/environment - More about HPs commitment to the environment - Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for HP printer supplies - Environmental profiles for many related HP products - End-of-life return and recycling programs for selected HP products, depending upon geographic location
The information presented in this document is based largely on the recommendations made by the ECMA Standardizing Information and Communication Systems Technical Committee 38, Technical Report 70, and is believed accurate and reliable for operating HP DesignJet 430 series inkjet printer, including recommended maintenance and use of supplies and accessories that meet all requirements and recommendations presented in the user/service manuals. Data are the most current available to Hewlett-Packard at the time of preparation and is issued as a matter of information only. No warranty as to accuracy or completeness is expressed or implied. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. ENERGY STAR is a U.S. registered service mark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. As an ENERGY STAR Packard Company has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company, 2001. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction, adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited except as allowed under copyright laws.
If you've been waiting for Hewlett-Packard to build an affordable plotter, the wait is over. The DesignJet 430, with optional color upgrade kit, is a real powerhouse without the heavy price tag. This workhorse uses 600 Dots-Per-Inch resolution to deliver sharp, black line drawings. With the optional color upgrade kit, this affordable plotter churns out tremendous color at 300 dpi. The DesignJet 430 handles roll paper up to 36-inches in length and produces final-quality lines in about 1.5 Pages-Per-Minute. This powerful plotter also handles a variety of media. It provides excellent results with bond, coated, and glossy papers and films. The DesignJet 430 works well with vellum, clear and matte film and translucent bond for black-only. With standard 4 MB of memory the DesignJet 430 won't run out of room for your large projects and with a maximum upgrade of 36 MB, this high-end plotter can grow as your business does.
|Printer Type||36" large-format printer - ink-jet - monochrome|
|Print Speed||Up to 4 min/page - normal Up to 18 min/page - best Up to 1.5 min/page - max speed|
|Max Resolution ( B&W )||600 dpi x 600 dpi|
|Language Simulation||HP GL, HP RTL, HP GL/2|
|RAM Installed ( Max )||4 MB / 36 MB (max)|
|Media Path Type||Straight|
|Media Type||Transparencies, coated paper, heavy-weight coated paper, tracing paper, matte paper, matte film|
|Max Media Size (Custom)||33.1 in x 46.8 in|
|Media Sizes||A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in), A3 (11.7 in x 16.5 in), A2 (16.5 in x 23.4 in), A1 (23.4 in x 33.1 in), A0 (33.1 in x 46.8 in), A3 plus (13 in x 16.65 in)|
|Total Media Capacity||1 sheets|
|Media Feeder(s)||1 x manual load - 1 sheets - A0 (33.1 in x 46.8 in) 1 x manual load - 1 sheets - A1 (23.4 in x 33.1 in) 1 x manual load - 1 sheets - A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) 1 x manual load - 1 sheets - A3 plus (13 in x 16.65 in) 1 x manual load - 1 sheets - A3 (11.7 in x 16.5 in) 1 x manual load - 1 sheets - A2 (16.5 in x 23.4 in)|
|Cartridge / Printhead Included Qty||1|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Connections||1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25) 1 x serial - RS-232C - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9)|
|Works with Windows Vista||Software and devices that carry the Works with Windows Vista logo have been tested for baseline compatibility with PC's running.|
|Power Device||Power supply - internal|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities|
|OS Required||Microsoft DOS, Microsoft Windows XP|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - on-site|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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