HP Laserjet 1320NW
1200 dpi x 1200 dpi, A4, USB, 802.11b, EN 10/100Base-TX, 802.11g
Offering high performance black-and-white desktop laser printing over a variety of networks, the HP LaserJet 1320 printer series is ideal for any business professional or small workteam. This expandable laser printer provides high-quality print output and flexible networking, with the dependability and support that has made HP world-renowned. Compact size, ease-of-use and constant reliability make this printer a great fit for the home office or small business workgroup. Reduce waiting time with ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your HP Laserjet 1320NW photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|Christian.M||12:00am on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|Very user friendly and produces consistently great quality prints. The duplex feature is great. Very user friendly and produces consistently great quality prints. The duplex feature is great. This has been a great printer for me, I have ... Wireless ; auto duplex printing ; small footprint Manual feed is only one page at a time|
|eendebak||12:01pm on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010|
|Very user friendly and produces consistently ... The duplex feature is great. Fast prints.|
|Chakolate||11:42pm on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|Remote / Work from home As is more commonplace these days, I work "remotely" for a corporation. Remote / Work from home As is more commonplace these days, I work "remotely" for a corporation. Exactly what I needed I bought this for small office printing, with occasional larger jobs. I wanted a lower cost-per-page than an inkjet.|
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Chapter 1 contains overview information about wireless networking and the wireless features of the HP LaserJet 1320nw printer. Chapter 2 contains support information that will be useful if you are installing the printer to a wireless network, or if you wish to change printer or network settings after you have installed the printer. You can find procedures for installing to a wireless network in the HP LaserJet 1320nw Printer Wireless Start Guide packaged with the printer. Chapter 3 contains troubleshooting information.
In addition, this manual contains an appendix of regulatory information, a glossary of wireless terms, and an index.
WWW links for drivers, software, and support
If you need to contact HP for service or support, use of the following link: http://www.hp.com/support/lj1320/.
Where to look for more information
CD user guide: Detailed information on using and troubleshooting the printer. Available on the CD-ROM that came with the printer. Online Help: Information on printer options that are available from within printer drivers. To view a Help file, access the online Help through the printer driver.
HTML (online) user guide: Detailed information on using and troubleshooting the printer. Available at http://www.hp.com/support/lj1320. Once connected, select Manuals.
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Wireless networking basics
The HP LaserJet 1320nw printer has an internal HP Jetdirect wireless print server that supports both wired and wireless connectivity. To connect to a wireless network, the printer uses wireless protocol IEEE 802.11b/g that communicates data through radio transmission. After installing the printer to a wireless network, cables are not required to communicate with the computers or devices that are part of the network. Note The printer is compatible with 802.11b/g-compliant devices. A wireless local area network (WLAN) is a collection of two or more computers, printers, and other devices linked by radio waves. A WLAN uses high-frequency airwaves (radio) to communicate information from one point to another. To connect a computer or device to a wireless network, the computer or device must have a wireless network adapter. The HP LaserJet 1320nw printer uses an internal networking component that contains a wireless network adapter and radio. No cabling is necessary between networked devices that use wireless technology, although it is possible to use a cable to configure your printer for a wireless network. This is the recommended installation method. The following sections contain overview information about wireless channels and communication modes, networking profiles, and network security.
Channels and communication modes
The band of radio signals used for IEEE 802.11b/g wireless networking is segmented into specific frequencies, or channels. For IEEE 802.11b/g wireless networks, 14 channels are available. But each country/region specifies the channels that are authorized for use. For example, in North America, only channels 1 through 11 are allowed. In Japan, channels 1 through 14 can be used. In Europe, except for France, channels 1 through 13 are allowed. Because existing standards change frequently, you should check with your local regulatory agencies for authorized channel use. In most countries/regions channels 10 and 11 may be used without restriction. Channel selection depends on the communication mode of the network. The communication mode defines how devices, such as computers and printers, communicate on a wireless network. There are two primary types of wireless communication modes: infrastructure and ad-hoc.
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In infrastructure mode, the printer communicates with network computers through a wireless access point (WAP) or a base station. The access point acts as a central hub or gateway connecting wireless and, optionally, wired devices. (Most access points have an integrated Ethernet controller to connect to an existing wired-Ethernet network.) If your printer connects through a wireless residential gateway that provides access point functions, choose infrastructure mode.
In ad-hoc mode, which is sometimes called peer-to-peer mode, the printer communicates with your computer directly, rather than through an access point or base station. Each device on an ad-hoc network must have a wireless network adapter. The adapter enables each device to communicate with the other devices on the network. Ad-hoc mode is usually limited to simple, small wireless networks because performance degrades significantly after connecting too many network devices. This option is most often used if you are connecting only two network devices that are not sharing an Internet connection.
For maximum performance, HP recommends connecting the printer to a network that communicates using the infrastructure mode.
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As with other networks, security for wireless networks focuses on access control and privacy. Traditional wireless network security includes the use of Service Set Identifiers (SSIDs), open or shared-key authentication, static Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) keys, and optional Media Access Control (MAC) authentication. This combination offers a basic level of access control and privacy. More advanced levels of security (such as Wi-Fi protected access [WPA] and Pre-shared key) are available through the printers embedded Web server. For introductory information about the embedded Web server, see Embedded Web server. For detailed information about using the features, see the embedded Web server online help. Note It is highly recommended that you implement a wireless security scheme (either WEP or WPA) prior to setup. In addition, use an antivirus program to protect against computer viruses, and follow basic security rules such as setting strong passwords and not opening unknown attachments. Other network components, including firewalls, intrusion-detection systems, and segmented networks, should also be considered as part of your network design. Authentication and encryption are two different approaches to network security. Authentication verifies the identity of a user or device before granting access to the network, making it more difficult for unauthorized users to access network resources. Encryption encodes the data being sent across the network, making the data unintelligible to unauthorized users. Both of these security methods are common on wireless networks.
The HP installation software supports Open System authentication. More advanced forms of authentication are available through the embedded Web server. A network with Open System authentication does not screen network users based on their identities and usually involves supplying the correct SSID. Such a network might use WEP encryption to provide a first level of security. Note Shared key and server-based authentication protocols are implemented through the embedded Web server. For introductory information about the embedded Web server, see Embedded Web server. For detailed information about using the features, see the embedded Web server online help.
Network name (SSID)
Wireless devices are configured with the name of the network to which they will connect. The network name is also called the SSID and identifies the ESS (Extended Service Set) that is normally associated with larger infrastructure networks. The SSID should not be considered a security feature because it can be easily identified. However, as a network administration or management feature, it does provide basic network access control. HP Jetdirect print servers support a broadcast SSID, sometimes call a zero-length or blank SSID. If a blank SSID is configured in infrastructure mode, the print server will attempt to associate with the network SSIDs detected, starting with the strongest signal. Successful association will be based on encryption and authentication settings.
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To reduce your network exposure to eavesdropping, establish a wireless security key for your network. The printer installation software supports the WEP security scheme, which hinders unauthorized users from accessing data transmitted over the radio waves. It is based on the use of a single WEP key, in which case each computer or device is configured with the same key to communicate on that network. Note Up to four WEP keys might be used on a wireless network for transmission of data. For example, if you have three computers and an access point, each might be assigned a distinct key for transmitting data. However, the remaining keys must also be entered on each device so they can communicate with each other. The installation software for the HP LaserJet 1320nw printer provides the option to type one WEP key. If you want to use more than one WEP key, those keys must be entered into the printers embedded Web server prior to installing the software. For introductory information about the embedded Web server, see Embedded Web server. For detailed information about using the features, see the embedded Web server online help.
Media access control address authentication
Some WLAN vendors support authentication based on the physical address, or MAC address, of the client Network Interface Card (NIC). In this scenario, an access point allows association by a client only if that clients MAC address matches an address in an authentication table used by the access point. This is not configurable through the printer.
This page allows you to set the frequency of how often the HP toolbox checks for printer alerts. Three settings are available: Less often, Normal, and More often. If you want to reduce network I/O traffic, reduce the frequency that the printer checks for alerts.
The Documentation tab contains links to these information sources:
User Guide. Contains the information about the printer usage, warranty, specifications, and support that you are currently reading. The user guide is available in both.html and.pdf format. Read Me. Contains additional information that is not included in this user guide.
Advanced Printer Settings window
When you click the Advanced Printer Settings link, a new window opens. The Advanced Printer Settings window has two tabs: Information tab and Settings tab.
The Information tab provides quick links to the following information:
Device status Device configuration Supplies status Event log Print Info pages
The Settings tab has links to several pages that allow you to view and change the printer's configuration. Note Driver settings can override settings made in the HP toolbox.
Device Information. View basic information about the printer. Paper Handling. View and change the settings for the printer's input tray. Printing. View and change the default printer job settings. PCL. View and change the PCL font information. PostScript. This page is available for the HP LaserJet 1320 series printer only. View and change the settings for PS errors and timeout. Print Quality. View and change the print quality settings. Print Modes. View and change the print modes for various media types. System Setup. View and change system information. I/O. View and change the I/O timeout setting. Resets. Change all the printer settings back to the factory default settings.
When you click the Network link on the Advanced Printer Settings page, a new window opens. Use this section to configure network settings.
Switching from wired to wireless
If the printer is communicating with a wireless network and you plug a LAN cable into the printer, it automatically switches to wired communications. You can also disable wired or wireless communications using the embedded Web server. For more information, see Embedded Web server.
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Resetting the printer to the factory default settings
Once the printer is configured for a network, its configuration settings are saved in its memory. Resetting the printer to its factory default settings will clear all the settings from the printer's memory for your network. This should only be done as a last resort when troubleshooting the printer. Resetting the printer to its factory default settings may require you to reinstall the printer software. Additionally, you will also have to reconfigure the printer's security settings. The printer's default settings are: Option Communication mode Network Name (SSID) Encryption Wireless Radio Default settings ad-hoc hpsetup None On, if no LAN cable is attached
The default setting for the wireless radio is Off. 6 Use the up and down buttons to select On.
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Select OK. Open the configuration utility for your wireless network adapter. Write down the existing wireless profile settings.
10 Create a new wireless profile with the following values: Communication mode: Ad Hoc Network name (SSID): hpsetup Encryption: disabled (This is the default configuration for your printers internal networking component.) 11 Activate the profile. When the configuration change is complete, the computer is ready to communicate on the printers network. (The computer is no longer part of its original network.) Note Unless you change your computer settings, the computer will continue to communicate with your existing wireless network. However, the wireless device that you need to configure is on its own network (called hpsetup). To configure that device, you need to temporarily change your computer to the printers network. 12 Print a network configuration page and obtain the IP address of the printer. To print a configuration page, when the printer is in the Ready state, press and hold the Go button for 5 seconds. For more information, see Network configuration page. 13 Open your Web browser on your computer. 14 Type either the URL or device IP address from the network configuration page into the Address field in your browser. The EWS Home page appears. 15 Select the Networking tab. 16 From the Network Settings page, select the Wireless tab. 17 Scroll to the appropriate section and enter the profile values you recorded in step 9. 18 Click Apply. 19 Exit the EWS by closing your browser. 20 Open the configuration utility for your wireless network adapter. 21 Restore the previous wireless profile settings. 22 Wait 60 seconds and then print a network configuration page. The Wireless light should be on. 23 Open your Web browser on your computer. 24 Enter either the URL or device IP address from the network configuration page into the Address field in your browser. If the EWS Home page appears, your printer is properly configured. 25 Exit the EWS by closing your browser. 26 Insert the printer software installation CD into your computer's CD-ROM drive. 27 Run the installation software again.
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Installation software does not install correctly
During a normal installation of the printer software, the following actions occur:
The printer CD-ROM runs automatically The software installs Files are copied to your hard drive You are requested to plug in the printer You are requested to restart your computer The registration process runs
If any of these actions did not occur, there might be a problem with the installation. To check the installation on a PC, verify the following:
Open the Printers dialog box and check to see that the printer is listed. Look at the Task Tray for a printer icon. This indicates that the printer is ready.
If nothing happens when you insert the CD-ROM into the computers CD-ROM drive, do the following: From the Windows Start menu, choose Run. In the Run box, enter d:\setup.exe (if your CD-ROM drive is not assigned to drive letter d, use the appropriate drive letter), and then click OK.
If the minimum system checks screen appears, your system does not meet the minimum requirements to install the software. Click Details to view the specific problem. Correct the problem before attempting to install the software.
Solving infrastructure mode problems
This section contains solutions to problems that might occur if the printer is connecting to a wireless network that communicates using the infrastructure mode. For more information, see Channels and communication modes.
The printer cannot find the WLAN
1 Verify your access point is broadcasting its network name (SSID). See your access point User Guide and check the access point settings. Turn on options such as broadcast network name, and turn off silent broadcast. 4 Cycle power on the access point. Then run the printer software setup program again. Move the access point and the printer closer together. Then run the printer software setup program again. For more information, see Radio signal is weak. Check for firmware updates for your access point on the manufacturers web site. Update the firmware on the access point. Run the printer software setup program again.
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Printer cannot find your computer
Verify you have a functioning wireless network by using another wireless device. Verify the printer is operational. Verify the IP address and subnet mask of your printer and computer are similar (on the same network). Verify the encryption settings on your access point. The same encryption key and settings must be used on both the access point and the printer.
For more information, see Solving problems that occur during installation.
Computer is unable to discover device
1 Print a configuration page and verify you are connecting to the correct wireless network. To print a configuration page, when the printer is in the Ready state, press and hold the Go button for 5 seconds. For more information, see Network configuration page. If you have a firewall, grant access permission to the printer. Try temporarily disabling the firewall to determine whether the firewall is preventing the printer from accessing your computer.
Solving ad-hoc mode problems
This section contains solutions to problems that might occur if the printer is connecting to a wireless network that communicates using the ad-hoc mode. For more information, see Channels and communication modes.
Verify you have a functioning wireless ad-hoc network by using another wireless device. Verify the printer is operational. For more information, see Solving problems that occur during installation. Verify the IP address and subnet mask of your printer and computer are similar (on the same network). Verify your computers wireless adapter is broadcasting its network name (SSID), which can be found on the network configuration page. To print a configuration page, when the printer is in the Ready state, press and hold the Go button for 5 seconds. For more information, see Network configuration page. Verify the encryption settings on your access point. The same encryption key and settings must be used on both the access point and the printer. For more information, see Solving problems that occur during installation. Check for firmware updates for your wireless adapter on the manufacturers web site. Update the firmware. Run the printer software setup program again.
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Solving general wireless networking problems
For most wireless printing problems, the first step is to try printing a network configuration page. To print a configuration page, when the printer is in the Ready state, press and hold the Go button for 5 seconds. For more information, see Network configuration page. If the network configuration page does not print, verify the following:
Printer is set up and powered on Print cartridges are installed correctly Printer is on and the paper tray is loaded Printer is free of paper jams Network connections are secure Cable connections are secure Printer covers are closed
If any of the above are problems, see the HP LaserJet 1160 and HP LaserJet 1320 Series Printer User Guide. If the network configuration page does print, you can begin to solve the problem by checking the Wireless light, as described below.
Check the wireless light
Look at the printer's Wireless light. If the Wireless light is off, wireless networking has been disabled. Verify the printers network settings match the network settings (see Printer has the wrong wireless network settings.) Then, verify the following:
An Ethernet cable is not connected to the printer. Connecting an Ethernet cable to the printer automatically turns off the wireless radio. Unplug the cable. The system administrator, or someone else on the network, has not disabled the radio, using the EWS.
If the Wireless light is on, try reprinting the document, then look at the printer's Ready light. If the Ready light is flashing, the printers wireless communications feature is working correctly. If the Wireless light is on steadily, the wireless radio is functioning, but the printer and the computer cannot communicate.
The printer's network settings do not match the settings for your network. See Printer has the wrong wireless network settings. The computer might be set to the wrong wireless profile. See Computer's wireless card is set to the wrong wireless profile. A personal software firewall might block communication between the printer and the computer. See Radio signal is weak.
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Printer has the wrong wireless network settings
The printer's wireless network settings must match those of your network, which includes the following:
Communication mode Network Name (SSID) Channel (ad-hoc networks only) Authentication type Reconnect the cable. Compare the network settings to those that appear on the printer's network configuration page. To print a configuration page, when the printer is in the Ready state, press and hold the Go button for 5 seconds. For more information, see Network configuration page. Do one of the following to find the settings for your network: If the printer is communicating with the network using the infrastructure mode, open the Wireless Access Point's (WAP) configuration utility. If the printer is communicating with the network using the ad-hoc mode, open the configuration utility for the network card installed in your computer.
Compare the settings and note any settings that are different. Possible problems include: The WAP filters hardware addresses (MAC addresses). See Wireless access point (WAP) filters MAC addresses. One of these settings in the printer might be incorrect: communication mode, network name (SSID), channel (ad-hoc networks only), or security settings. See Printer has the wrong wireless network settings.
Reprint the configuration page.
To change the printers network settings: Open the printer's EWS. Click the Networking tab, then click Network Settings under the Configuration heading. Change the printer's settings to match the settings of the network, then click Finish. Click the Advanced Configuration button to access advanced authentication and WPA (TKIP) settings. Close the printer's EWS, then disconnect the Ethernet cable from the printer. The control panel lights will cycle.
If the printer is still not working, verify the computers wireless profile. Then, as a last option, reset the network settings to the factory defaults and use the printer software CD to reinstall the printer software. To reset the network settings to the factory defaults, when the printer is turned off, press and hold the Reset button on the back of the printer. Turn on the printer, and continue to hold the Reset button until the printer is in the Ready state. Note If you reset the network settings, you will have to reconfigure all the network settings.
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Computer's wireless card is set to the wrong wireless profile
A wireless profile is a set of network settings unique to a given network. A single wireless card might have several wireless profiles (for example, one for home and one for the office). Open the configuration utility for the network card installed on your computer and verify that the profile selected is the profile for the printer's network. If not, select the correct profile.
Radio signal is weak
If the printer is printing slowly, then the radio signal might be weak. Look at the network configuration page. If the Signal Strength is 1 or 2, then follow these guidelines for reducing interference in a wireless network:
Keep the wireless devices away from large metal objects, such as filing cabinets, and other electromagnetic devices, such as microwaves and cordless telephones, as these objects can disrupt radio signals. Keep the wireless devices away from large masonry structures and other building structures as these objects can absorb radio waves and lower signal strength. For an infrastructure network, position the WAP in a central location in line of sight with the wireless devices on the network. Keep all wireless devices on the network within range of one another.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Exposure to radio frequency radiation
CAUTION The radiated output power of this device is far below the FCC radio frequency exposure limits. Nevertheless, the device shall be used in such a manner that the potential for human contact during normal operation is minimized. In order to avoid the possibility of exceeding the FCC radio frequency exposure limits, human proximity to the antenna shall not be less than 20 cm (8 inches) during normal operation.
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Laser safety statement
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has implemented regulations for laser products manufactured since August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The printer is certified as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. Since radiation emitted inside the printer is completely confined within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape during any phase of normal user operation. WARNING! Using controls, making adjustments, or performing procedures other than those specified in this user guide could result in exposure to hazardous radiation.
For Indoor Use. This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the radio interference regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. The internal wireless radio complies with RSS 210 of Industry Canada. Pour L'Usage D'intrieur. Le prsent appareil numrique nmet pas de bruits radiolectriques dpassant les limites applicables aux appareils numriques de Classe B prescribes dans le rglement sur le brouillage radiolectrique dict par le Ministre des Communications du Canada. Le composant RF interne est conforme la norme CNR-210 dIndustrie Canada.
USA Federal Communications Commission (FCC) 37
European regulatory notice
European Union Notice
Radio Product for Indoor use in Home and Office environment operating in the 2.4 GHz band. Radio product with the marking
complies with the R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC) issues by the Commission of the European Community.
Declaration of conformity
The Declaration of Conformity complies with ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN45014. It identifies the product, manufacturers name and address, and applicable specifications recognized in the European community.
Selected EU, EU candidate and EFTA countries/regions
The radio functionality of this equipment (IEEE 802.11b/g wireless LAN) may be used in the following EU, EU candidate and EFTA countries/regions: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia (1 May 2004), Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland (1 May 2004), Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
Notice for use in France and Italy
Italy: License required for use. Verify with your dealer or directly with General Direction for Frequency Planning and Management (Direzione Generale Pianificazione e Gestione Frequenze). Enecessaria una concessione ministeriale anche per luso del prodotto. Verifici per favore con il proprio distributore o direttamente presso la Direzione Generale Pianificazione e Gestione Frequenze. France: For 2.4 GHz Wireless LAN operation of this product certain restrictions apply: This equipment may be used indoor for the entire 2400-2483.5 MHz frequency band (channels 1-13). For outdoor use, only 2454-2483.5 MHz frequency band (channels 10-13) may be used. For the latest requirements, see http://www.art-telecom.fr.
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Declaration of Conformity
according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN45014
Manufacturer's Name: Manufacturer's Address: declares that the product Product Name: Regulatory Model Number3) Product Options: Safety: HP LaserJet 1320NW BOISB-0402-01 ALL IEC 60950:1999 / EN 60950:2000 IEC 60825-1:1993 +A1:1997 +A2:2001 / EN 60825-1:1994 +A11:1996 +A2:2001 (Class 1 Laser/LED Product) Health EMC: EU:1999/519/EC CISPR 22:1997 / EN 55022:1998 Class B1) EN 61000-3-2:2000 EN 61000-3-3:1995/A1:2001 EN 55024:1998 FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Class B2) / ICES-003, Issue 4 Radio
This printer is suited for the use of recycled papers when the paper meets the guidelines in the HP LaserJet Printer Family Print Media Guide. See the HP LaserJet 1160 and HP LaserJet 1320 Series Printer User Guide for ordering information. This product is suitable for the use of recycled paper according to EN 12281:2003.
This product does not contain added mercury. This product does not contain batteries.
Material Safety Data Sheets
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for supplies containing chemical substances (e.g., toner) can be obtained by contacting the HP web site at: http://www.hp.com/go/msds or http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/community/environment/productinfo/safety
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For more information
For more information on the following HP environmental programs, see http://www.hp.com/go/environment/.
Product environmental profile sheet for this and many related HP products HP's commitment to the environment HP's environmental management system HP's end-of-life product return and recycling program Material safety data sheets
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Jetdirect print server: The internal or external HP Jetdirect print server hardware developed by Hewlett-Packard that enables network-connected printing.
LAN (Local Area Network): A high-speed type of computer network that connects devices that are a relatively short distance from one another. An Ethernet network is one type of LAN.
MAC address (Media Access Control address): The hardware address for a device on a network. The printer's MAC address appears on the network configuration page. Mb/s (megabits per second): The measure for the rate at which a network functions. For example, 1 Mb/s equals 1,000,000 bits per second (or 125,000 bytes per second). mDNS: As an alternative to a Domain Name Server, a device issues a Multicast Domain Name Server (mDNS) notification to provide information regarding its service. The notification includes the type of service (such as printing), the name of the service (such as your printer), IP and port addresses, and other necessary information. Each device on the network receives the notification and stores the information in a personal DNS server.
Network name: A network name is an alphanumeric, case-sensitive character string that provides basic access control to a wireless network. A network name is also known as a Service Set Identifier (SSID). Node: A network connection point, typically a computer.
Packet: A message sent from one device on a network to other devices on the network. Protocol: A language that devices on a network use to communicate with each other. A popular network protocol is TCP/IP. Proxy server: A proxy server acts as a security gate (such as a Web proxy) that restricts traffic going through a network. The proxy intercepts requests to the network to see if it can fulfill the requests itself. If not, it forwards the request to another server. Proxy servers have two main purposes: improve performance and filter requests.
RJ-45: The type of plug at the end of an Ethernet cable. Rendezvous: Apples configuration technology that automatically discovers and connects devices over Ethernet and wireless networks. Rendezvous is integrated into the Mac OS X version 10.2 operating system. Router: A complex networking device that directs packets from one network to another network. A router can act as a gateway between a LAN and the Internet.
Server: A computer on a network that manages network resources. A network might have a number of different server types. For example, a print server manages one or more printers, a file server stores and manages files, and a network server manages network traffic. SSID (Service Set Identifier): A unique identifier (up to 32 characters) attached to the header of packets sent over a wireless LAN. An SSID provides basic access control to a wireless network. It can also be used to logically segment a wireless subgroup of users and devices. An SSID prevents access by any client device that does not have the SSID. By default, an access point broadcasts its SSID in its beacon. An SSID is also referred to as a Network Name because it is a name that identifies a wireless network. Static IP address: An IP address that is manually assigned to a device on a network. A static IP address remains fixed until changed manually. Alternative methods for assigning IP addresses are DHCP and AutoIP. Subnet: A small network that acts as part of a large network. It is recommended that the printer and the computers that use the printer all be on the same subnet. Subnet mask: A number that identifies the IP addresses that belong to a subnet. Switch: A network device that manages network traffic in order to minimize collisions and maximize speed.
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Quickly produce professional documents with this ideal printer for business individuals and small workteams.
Produce high-quality documents quickly and easily. Print speeds of up to 22 pages per minute (ppm) and automatic two-sided printing ensure efficiency from start to finish with this desktop black-and-white laser printer. With Instant-on Technology, you dont have to wait for the printer to warm up, and the first page prints in as few as 8.5 seconds. Share the printers value with versatile connectivity. Designed for individuals as well as small workteams, the printer provides multiple connectivity options. The HP LaserJet 1320 printer features simple USB 2.0compatible and parallel port connectivity. Other models offer advanced capabilities, including the HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server and the HP Jetdirect 802.11b/g wireless Ethernet embedded print server, for ultimate networking flexibility. 1 Count on HP reliability and performance. Featuring a 133 MHz processor and 16 MB of RAM (expandable up to 144 MB of RAM), the printer meets your business needs and gracefully handles complex documents.
Maximize your potential
Take advantage of compatibility. The printer is compatible with offices worldwide. Print professional documents with PCL 6, PCL 5e, or HP postscript level 2 emulationprint language standards widely recognized in businesses around the world. Enjoy a large input capacity and reduce paper tray loading. HP LaserJet 1320t and 1320tn printers feature a second 250-sheet input tray in addition to the standard 250-sheet tray, for a 500-sheet total input capacity. 2 Design customized business documents. The HP LaserJet 1320 series printer supports an array of HP papers, including HP Matte Brochure Laser Paper, HP Soft Gloss Presentation Laser Paper, and HP Labels. Save valuable desk space. Featuring an enhanced, compact design with no protruding trays, you can print simply and conveniently from almost anywhere in your office. Simplify printer management with helpful alerts. The printer and HP supplies feature HP Smart printing technology, 3 which provides automatic alerts when a cartridge is low. HP SureSupplyTM 4 enables convenient, online ordering. Experience the freedom of a printer designed for your office. Built to fit into your existing office environment, the printer supports a wide range of operating systems, including Microsoft Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, Windows Server 2003, and XP; as well as Macintosh OS 9.x, OS X 10.1, 10.2, and 10.3. HP printing and imaging systems help you create powerful, professional communications easily. HP printers, supplies, accessories, and services are designed to work together and are invented to meet your business needs.
Enhance your business communications. The HP LaserJet 1320 series printer delivers 1200 dpi resolution for consistently great documents. Smooth HP microfine toner particles produce true HP LaserJet print qualityclear, sharp text characters, smooth grayscales, and deep blacks. For the best results, use HP papers and impress your clients and customers. Print two-sided documents with ease. Routinely printing on both sides with integrated automatic two-sided printing saves money and resources, virtually doubles your input capacity, and makes paperwork more manageable.
1 HP LaserJet 1320n, 1320tn, and 1320nw printers feature an HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server and do not include parallel port connectivity. The HP LaserJet 1320nw printer also features an HP Jetdirect 802.11b/g wireless Ethernet embedded print server. 2 The second 250-sheet input tray is an optional accessory for all other modelsnot included, sold separately. 3 Using genuine HP supplies ensures availability of all HP printing features. 4 To learn more about HP SureSupplyTM, go to www.hp.com/go/suresupply
125-sheet output bin LED status lights provide printer and print job information One-door access to the easy-to-install print cartridge Adjustable single-sheet multipurpose input slot for specialty paper Enclosed 250-sheet input tray for standard paper 16 MB of standard printing memory and a powerful 133 MHz processor perform complex tasks quickly USB 2.0-compatible port for direct connections or optional BluetoothTM connectivity HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server and HP Jetdirect 802.11b/g wireless Ethernet embedded print server for flexible networking Automatic two-sided printing provides effortless professional documents and reduces printing costs
HP LaserJet 1320nw printer shown
10 Rear output door provides a straight-through path
Series at a glance
HP LaserJet 1320 Single-sheet multipurpose input slot and 250-sheet input tray USB 2.0-compatible port IEEE 1284-B compliant parallel port
HP LaserJet 1320t Single-sheet multipurpose input slot and 250-sheet input tray Additional 250-sheet input tray for 500-sheet capacity USB 2.0-compatible port IEEE 1284-B compliant parallel port
HP LaserJet 1320n Single-sheet multipurpose input slot and 250-sheet input tray USB 2.0-compatible port HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server
HP LaserJet 1320tn Single-sheet multipurpose input slot and 250-sheet input tray Additional 250-sheet input tray for 500-sheet capacity USB 2.0-compatible port HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server
HP LaserJet 1320nw Single-sheet multipurpose input slot and 250-sheet input tray USB 2.0-compatible port HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server HP Jetdirect 802.11b/g
wireless Ethernet embedded print server
Revolutionize printing in your workplace with this powerful combination of clear, crisp 1200 dpi resolution and easy-to-use wired and wireless networking.
Maintain your business, not your printer
Designed with ease-of-use, real-time status, and supply management features, the HP LaserJet 1320 series printer offers top-of-the-line capabilities while lowering your total cost of ownership by minimizing printer downtime.
Easy mobility with wireless networking
The HP LaserJet 1320nw printer comes standard with wired and wireless connectivity. 7
Receive automatic alerts when a cartridge is low with HP Smart printing technology.6 Take advantage of convenient online ordering with HP SureSupplyTM 5 HP Toolbox and the HP Embedded Web Server provide effortless remote access to printer settings, status information, the users guide, and self-help and troubleshooting information
Enjoy the freedom of mobility. Place the printer anywhere in your wireless network environment. 8 Future equipment moves become effortless, since theres no need to purchase expensive networking cables. Data travels quickly, at speeds up to 54 Mbps across distances of up to 100 feet (30.5 meters). The printer provides a simple, secure connection to an 802.11b/g wireless network and is Wi-Fi-certified to work reliably with other 802.11b/g wireless products. Security features include Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA Pre-Shared Key).
HPs commitment to reliability lowers overall labor costs while minimizing employee downtime due to troubleshooting and printer servicing. In fact, HP is the only vendor to get an A rating on Printer Service and Reliability twelve years in a row from PC Magazines annual reader survey.
Service and support from HP
HP offers a variety of support options to assist you with setup and maintenance. Start with the standard one-year, return to HP authorized service center warranty. To further ensure troublefree operation and to maximize the capabilities of your printer you can upgrade your service and support options to include network installation and extended printer maintenance.
HP LaserJet quality
The HP LaserJet 1320 series printer provides the high-quality laser output you have come to expect from the industry leader. High-resolution, 1200 dpi laser imaging and an advanced toner formulation ensure great print quality for your business documents, and HP Smart printing technology monitors and adjusts print cartridge characteristics to ensure consistent print quality throughout cartridge life. 6 Smooth HP toner particles produce true HP LaserJet print qualityclear, sharp text characters, smooth grayscales, and deep blacks. With genuine HP toner, you get the most out of your HP print cartridge and your HP printer.
To learn more about HP SureSupplyTM, go to www.hp.com/go/suresupply Using genuine HP supplies ensures availability of all HP printing features. Wireless printing is standard on the HP LaserJet 1320nw printer only. Wireless performance is dependent upon distance and terrain between wireless network clients and printer.
Print speed First page out Resolution Processor Memory Duty cycle Paper handling Input Input, maximum Output Two-sided printing Sizes Weights Types Connectivity Interfaces
HP LaserJet 1320 printer (Q5927A)
HP LaserJet 1320t printer (Q7589A)
HP LaserJet 1320n printer (Q5928A)
HP LaserJet 1320tn printer (Q5930A)
HP LaserJet 1320nw printer (Q5929A)
Up to 22 ppm, letter Less than 8.5 seconds 1200 dpi 133 MHz Motorola V4 Coldfire 16 MB RAM, expandable to 144 MB with one open, industry-standard, 100-pin DIMM slot 10,000 pages per month Single-sheet multipurpose input slot, 250-sheet input tray Up to 250 sheets Single-sheet multipurpose input slot, Single-sheet multipurpose input slot, Single-sheet multipurpose input slot, Single-sheet multipurpose input slot, Two 250-sheet input trays 250-sheet input tray Two 250-sheet input trays 250-sheet input tray Up to 500-sheets Up to 250 sheets Up to 500-sheets Up to 250 sheets 125-sheet face down bin, rear output door for specialty papers Integrated, automatic two-sided printing 3 by 5 in to 8.5 by 14 in (76 by 127 mm to 216 by 356 mm); letter, legal, executive, index card, envelopes (No. 10, Monarch) Single-sheet input slot: 16 to 43 lb bond (60 to 163 g/m 2); 250-sheet tray: 16 to 28 lb bond (60 to 105 g/m2) Paper (plain, recycled, light, heavy, bond, rough), heavy media, envelopes, transparencies, labels, cardstock USB 2.0-compatible port, HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server
Languages and fonts Client operating systems Network operating systems Network protocols supported Dimensions (W by D by H) Weight Whats in the box Also includes
USB 2.0-compatible port, HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server, HP Jetdirect 802.11b/g wireless Ethernet embedded print server HP PCL 6, HP PCL 5e, and HP postscript level 2 emulation with automatic language switching; 45 TrueType scalable fonts and 35 PostScript fonts Microsoft Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0 (print driver only), 2000, XP 32-bit, XP 64-bit (print driver only); Mac OS 9, OS X 10.1, 10.2, 10.3 Via HP Jetdirect print servers: Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0 (print driver only), 2000, Server 2003, XP 32-bit, XP 64-bit (print driver only), Mac OS 9, OS X 10.1, 10.2, 10.3; Citrix MetaFrame; Windows Terminal Services Via HP Jetdirect print servers: TCP/IP 13.78 by 13.98 by 10.03 in 13.78 by 13.98 by 13.78 in 13.78 by 13.98 by 10.03 in 13.78 by 13.98 by 13.78 in 13.78 by 13.98 by 10.03 in (350 by 355 by 255 mm) (350 by 355 by 345 mm) (350 by 355 by 255 mm) (350 by 355 by 345 mm) (350 by 355 by 255 mm) 24.7 lb (11.2 kg) 32.9 lb (14.9 kg) 24.7 lb (11.2 kg) 32.9 lb (14.9 kg) 24.7 lb (11.2 kg) HP LaserJet print cartridge, Getting Started Guide, CD (includes software and users guide), power cord, 250-sheet input tray HP LaserJet 1320nw printer, HP LaserJet 1320tn printer, HP LaserJet 1320 printer HP LaserJet 1320t printer, HP LaserJet 1320n printer, additional 250-sheet input tray HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server, HP Jetdirect print server, additional 250-sheet print server 802.11b/g wireless Ethernet input tray embedded print server
USB 2.0-compatible port, IEEE 1284-B compliant parallel port
Operating environment Operating temperature Storage temperature Relative humidity Acoustics9 Sound power Sound pressure Power specificationsto 90.5 degrees F (10 to 32.5 degrees C) 32 to 104 degrees F (0 to 40 degrees C) 20 to 80 percent, non-condensing Printing: 6.2 B(A) Printing: 5.5 B(A), Bystander position: 4.8 B(A) 110-volt models: 110 to 127 V ( 10 percent), 60 Hz ( 2 Hz) 220-volt models: 220 to 240 V ( 10 percent), 50 Hz ( 2 Hz)
Power consumption (Energy Star compliant) Printing 345 watts Standby, PowerSave 6 watts Off < 1 watt Product certifications Safety certifications IEC 60950:1999 / EN 60950:2000; IEC 60825-1:1993 +A1:1997 +A2:2001 / EN 60825-1:1994 +A11:1996 +A2:2001 (Class 1 Laser/LED Product); GB4943-2001 EMC certifications CISPR 22:1997 / EN 55022:1998 Class B1); EN 61000-3-2:2000; EN 61000-3-3:1995 / A1; EN 55024:1998 FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Class B2) / ICES 003, Issue 3; GB9254-1998, GB17625.1-1998 / CNS13438 Warranty One-year, return to HP authorized service center
Declared per ISO 9296; values are subject to change. For current information see www.hp.com/support/lj1320. Power requirements are based on the country/region where the printer is sold. Do not convert operating voltages. This will damage the printer and void the product warranty.
Copyright 2005, 2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by its proprietor and used by Hewlett-Packard Company under license. Energy Star is a US registered mark of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and Windows XP are U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. HP and the invent signature are trademarks of the Hewlett-Packard Company. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.
HP LaserJet 1320 printer Q5927A HP LaserJet 1320t printer Q7589A HP LaserJet 1320n printer Q5928A HP LaserJet 1320tn printer Q5930A HP LaserJet 1320nw printer Q5929A HP print cartridges 11 HP LaserJet Smart print cartridge. Average cartridge yield 6,000 standard pages Q5949X HP LaserJet Smart print cartridge. Average cartridge yield 2,500 standard pages11 Q5949A Memory 32 MB RAM DIMM Q7707A 64 MB RAM DIMM Q7708A 128 MB RAM DIMM C9121A Cables USB, 2-meter A to B cable C6518A Parallel, 2-meter IEEE 1284-B cable C2950A Parallel, 3-meter IEEE 1284-B cable C2951A Connectivity HP Jetdirect ew2400 802.11g wireless and Fast Ethernet external print server (USB 2.0) J7951G HP Jetdirect en3700 Fast Ethernet external print server (USB 2.0) J7942G HP Jetdirect 510x print server Ethernet/ Fast Ethernet (parallel) J7983G HP Jetdirect 300x Fast Ethernet external print server (parallel) J3263G HP Jetdirect 170x Ethernet external print server (parallel) J3258G HP Jetdirect 175x Fast Ethernet external print server (USB) J6035G Service and support HP Care Pack, 3-year, next day exchange, hardware support H5465E HP Care Pack, 3-year, next-business-day onsite, hardware support H5473E HP Care Pack, Installation for one personal or workgroup printer H4513E HP papers HP Multipurpose Paper, letter HPM1120 HP Printing Paper, letter HPP1122 HP LaserJet Paper, letter HPJ1124 HP Laser Paper, letter HPL285R HP Premium Choice Paper, letter HPU1132 HP Cover Paper, letter Q2413A HP Matte Brochure Laser Paper, letter Q6543A HP Soft Gloss Presentation Laser Paper, letter Q6541A HP Soft Gloss Laser Paper, letter Q2415A HP LaserJet Transparencies, letter C2934A HP LaserJet Tough Paper, letter Q1298A HP LaserJet Paper, legal HPJ1424 HP Multipurpose Paper, legal HPM1420
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Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752.
5982-6846ENUC, 07/2006, Rev. 6
Offering high performance black-and-white desktop laser printing over a variety of networks, the HP LaserJet 1320 printer series is ideal for any business professional or small workteam. This expandable laser printer provides high-quality print output and flexible networking, with the dependability and support that has made HP world-renowned. Compact size, ease-of-use and constant reliability make this printer a great fit for the home office or small business workgroup. Reduce waiting time with built-in Instant-on Technology that prints the first page out as fast as 8.5 seconds and a highly efficient print engine that delivers print speeds of up to 22 ppm (letter)/21 ppm (A4). A powerful 133 MHz processor with 16 MB of printer memory (expandable to 144 MB) and Memory Enhancement technology allows optimum speeds to be reached even for complex jobs. The HP LaserJet 1320 printer series produces consistent professional, quality documents at 1200 dpi resolution with a 10, 000-page monthly duty cycle. With HP Smart printing supplies, both printer and LaserJet print cartridge are optimized to work together, making adjustments to ensure optimal output quality throughout the life of the cartridge. The smaller toner particle size in HP LaserJet print cartridges also delivers crisp, sharp output for superb image quality and consistency. Featuring an enhanced, compact design with no protruding trays, the HP LaserJet 1320 printer series lets you print simply and conveniently from almost anywhere in your office, saving valuable office space.
|Printer Type||Workgroup printer - laser - monochrome|
|Print Speed||Up to 21 ppm - black draft - A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 21 ppm - black normal - 1200x1200 dpi - A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in) Up to 21 ppm - black best - 1200x1200 dpi - A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in)|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, wired|
|Interface||USB, 802.11b, Ethernet 10/100Base-TX, 802.11g|
|Max Resolution ( B&W )||1200 dpi x 1200 dpi|
|First Print Out Time B/W||8 sec|
|Language Simulation||PCL 5E, PostScript 2, PCL 6|
|Fonts Included||45 x PCL 6 35 x PostScript|
|Media Handling||250-sheet input tray, 1-sheet multipurpose tray|
|Processor||Motorola ColdFire 4 133 MHz|
|RAM Installed ( Max )||16 MB / 144 MB (max)|
|Technology / Form Factor||DIMM 100-pin|
|Media Type||Envelopes, transparencies, labels, plain paper, index cards, heavy-weight paper, cards, bond 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), JIS B5 (7.17 in x 10.12 in), B6 (4.92 in x 6.93 in), 3 in x 5 in, 5.8 in x 8.3 in|
|Envelope Sizes||International DL (4.33 in x 8.66 in), Com-10 (4.13 in x 9.5 in), International C5 (6.38 in x 9 in), Monarch (3.87 in x 7.5 in)|
|Media Weight||60 g/m2 - 163 g/m2|
|Total Media Capacity||250 sheets|
|Media Feeder(s)||1 x autoload - 250 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) weight: 60 g/m2 - 105 g/m2 1 x manual load - 1 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) weight: 60 g/m2 - 163 g/m2|
|Max Media Capacity||500 sheets|
|Output Trays Capacity||125 sheets|
|Monthly Duty Cycle||10000 pages|
|Networking||Print server - integrated|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, wired|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g|
|Network / Transport Protocol||TCP/IP|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||1 ( 1 ) x memory - DIMM 100-pin|
|Connections||1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type B 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45|
|Consumables Included||1 x toner cartridge ( black )|
|Certified for Windows Vista||Certified for Windows Vista software and devices have undergone compatibility tests for ease-of-use, better performance and enhanced security.|
|Compliant Standards||GOST, EN 60950, EN 61000-3-2, ICES-003, IEC 60950, EN 61000-3-3, EN55024, CISPR 22, EN55022 Class B, FCC Part 15 B, EMC, BSMI CNS 13438|
|Power Device||Power supply - internal|
|Frequency Required||50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption Operational||345 Watt|
|Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep||6 Watt|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities|
|OS Required||Microsoft DOS, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, UNIX, Linux, Microsoft Windows 2000, Apple MacOS 9, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft Windows XP, Apple MacOS X 10.1, Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit Edition, Apple MacOS X 10.2, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Apple MacOS X 10.3|
|System Requirements Details||Windows 98 or later - Pentium - 166 MHz - RAM 64 MB MacOS 9.1 or later - RAM 96 MB MacOS X 10.1 or later - RAM 128 MB|
|ENERGY STAR Qualified||Yes|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year - carry-in|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||91.4 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||20 - 80%|
|Sound Emission (Operating)||55 dBA|
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