HP Laserjet 8150
1200 dpi x 1200 dpi, Ledger, Parallel
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See Access the Windows Printer Driver on page 75 for more specific driver information.
See Apple LaserWriter 8 Driver on page 80 for more specific driver information. Note Check the Installation Notes file provided on the compact disc for additional software included and supported languages.
Drivers Included with the Printer
The following printer drivers are included with the printer. The most recent drivers are available on the Internet. (See the HP Customer Care pages at the front of this user guide.) Depending on the configuration of Windows computers, the installation program for the printer software automatically checks the computer for Internet access to obtain the latest drivers. PS a # # # #
PCL 5e Windows 3.1x Windows 9x Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Macintosh computer b # # # #
PCL 6 # # # #
a. PostScript Level 3 emulation is referred to as PS throughout this user guide. b. Only PPDs are included (see page 80). If you need the Apple LaserWriter 8 driver, it comes with the Mac OS system software or can be obtained directly from Apple Computer, Inc.
Printer Basics From the tables below, choose the appropriate installation option for what you want installed on your system.
Windows installation Typical Install Select Typical Install to install the following: ! PCL 6 ! Bi-directional communication ! Fonts ! Stand-alone status Custom Install Select Custom Install to: ! Copy drivers only (PCL 6, PCL 5e, and PS) ! Create customized installer (PCL 6, PCL 5e, PS, bi-directional communications, fonts, stand-alone status, and Resource Manager) ! Copy entire printing system installer
Macintosh installation Install Select Install to install the following: ! PPD file for use with PostScript printer drivers ! HP LaserJet Utility ! Online help Custom Select Custom to only install the software you prefer.
The following additional printer drivers are included with the printer. ! OS/2 PCL/PCL 6 printer driver ! OS/2 PS printer driver ! AutoCAD Note If the desired printer driver is not on the compact disc or is not listed here, check the software applications installation disks or ReadMe files to see if they include support for the printer. If not, contact the software manufacturer or distributor and request a driver for the printer.
1. HP Web JetAdmin is not included on the compact disc with the printer, but is available from the Internet (http://www.hp.com/go/webjetadmin). If you do not have access to the Internet, see the HP Customer Care pages at the front of this user guide to obtain this software.
The HP Web JetAdmin web site allows access to HP Web JetAdmin in many languages. Use HP Web JetAdmin to do the following: ! Install and configure printers that are connected to a network with an HP JetDirect print server. ! Manage and troubleshoot network printers from any location.
HP JetDirect Printer Installer for UNIX
The HP JetDirect Printer Installer for UNIX is a simple printer installation utility for HP-UX and Sun Solaris network systems. For more information or to download the software, go to www.hp.com/support/net_printing.
HP LaserJet utility allows control of features that are not available in the driver. The illustrated screens make selecting printer features from the Macintosh computer easier than ever. Use the HP LaserJet Utility to do the following: ! Customize the printers control panel messages. ! Name the printer, assign it to a zone on the network, download files and fonts, and change most of the printer settings. ! Set a password for the printer. ! From the computer, lock out functions on the printers control panel to prevent unauthorized access. (See the printer software help.) ! Configure and set the printer for IP printing. ! Initialize disk or flash memory. ! Manage fonts in RAM, disk, or flash memory. ! Administer Job Retention features. See the LaserJet utility guide for more information. Note The HP LaserJet Utility is not supported for Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Czech, Russian, and Turkish.
HP LaserJet Resource Manager
Note The hard disk and flash memory DIMMs are optional printer accessories. The HP LaserJet Resource Manager should be installed only on the network administrators computer. The HP LaserJet Resource Manager allows you to control hard disk and flash memory features not found in the drivers. Bidirectional communication is required. Note HP LaserJet Resource Manager is not available for the Macintosh. If you are using a Macintosh, these features are available in the HP LaserJet Utility (version 3.5.1 or greater). Continued on next page.
Printer Basics Use the HP LaserJet Resource Manager to do the following: ! Initialize disk and flash memory. ! Download, delete, and manage fonts to disk and flash memory across networks. " PostScript Type 1, PostScript Type 42 (True Type fonts converted to PostScript format), TrueType, and PCL bitmap fonts. ! Download, delete, and manage printer firmware across networks.
To download Type 1 fonts, Adobe Type Manager must be loaded and turned on. ! Update the HP Digital Copy firmware operating system.
This chapter presents basic printing tasks, such as: ! Loading the Input Tray ! Selecting the Output Bin ! Using the Stapler ! Printing Both Sides of Paper (Optional Duplex Printing Accessory) ! Printing Envelopes ! Printing Special Paper
For more information on an optional HP output device, see the user guide that came with the device. For copying information, see HP Digital Copy on page 324.
Loading the Input Tray
Loading Tray 1
Note For paper specifications, see page 390. To customize Tray 1 operation, see page 154. CAUTION To avoid a paper jam, never add or remove paper from Tray 1 while the printer is printing. To avoid damaging the printer, print labels, envelopes, and transparencies only from Tray 1. Send them to the Face-up Bin, and do not print them on both sides. When printing multiple transparencies, promptly remove each transparency as soon as it emerges from the printer (so the sheets do not stick together). Continued on next page.
Printing Tasks 1 Open Tray 1. 2 Pull out the tray extension, if needed, for the paper size you are printing. 3 Slide the paper width guides to the appropriate size marked on the tray.
4 Place paper into the tray without stacking it above the paperfill mark. Continued on next page.
Printing Tasks 5 Paper loading differs by size: a Load Letter or A4 paper with the top of the page toward the rear of the printer and with the side-to-be-printed up for single-sided printing. For two-sided printing, load paper with the top of the page toward the rear of the printer and with the first side-to-be-printed down. b Load short-edge fed media with the top of the page toward the printer and with the side-to-be-printed up for single-sided printing. For two-sided printing, load media with the top of the page away from the printer and with the first side-to-be-printed down. (For more information on paper specifications, see page 390.) Note See page 130 for more information on printing envelopes from Tray 1. Continued on next page.
Printing Tasks 6 Slide the paper into the printer until paper fits squarely and firmly between the paper width guides, without bending. Note Paper heavier than 28 lb (105 g/m) should be printed from Tray 1 to the Face-up Bin to avoid curl. If you are having trouble printing on media other than plain paper, see Changing the Variable Fuser Mode on page 160. If Tray 1 is in CASSETTE mode, the printer Attention light will flash. Press - VALUE + to change the size to match the paper size in Tray 1 and press S ELECT.
All other trays
! Load letter and A4 paper with the front side up and the top, short edge toward the rear of the tray. ! Load other sizes with the front side up and the top, short edge toward the right of the tray.
Layout Options for Printing Both Sides of Paper
The four print orientation options are shown below. These options can be selected from the printer driver or from the printers control panel (set BINDING from the Paper Handling Menu and ORIENTATION from the Printing Menu). Note The terminology for the binding edge in the driver may be different.
1. Long-edge portrait (default)
2. Long-edge landscape
3. Short-edge portrait
4. Short-edge landscape Continued on next page.
Printing right-to-left 1. Long-edge portrait (default)
4. Short-edge landscape
Feeding Envelopes Automatically (Optional Envelope Feeder)
With the optional envelope feeder, the printer will automatically feed up to 100 envelopes. (For supported envelope sizes, see page 406.) To print envelopes without an envelope feeder, see page 130. Note See the documentation included with the envelope feeder for complete installation and setup instructions. You might need to configure the printer driver to recognize the envelope feeder. See the printer software help for details. Continued on next page.
Inserting the Envelope Feeder
1 Open Tray 1 and remove the cover over the opening for the envelope feeder. 2 Locate the pins on the envelope feeder and the corresponding holes on the printer. 3 Align the envelope feeder with the corresponding printer rails. 4 Slide the envelope feeder into the printer until it locks into place. Continued on next page.
Loading Envelopes into the Envelope Feeder
Note Print only envelopes approved for use in the printer (page 406). 1 Pull out the envelope tray extender. The tray extender will help reduce jams. 2 To adjust the width guide to the size of the envelopes to be used, push the tab on the left guide. 3 Lift the envelope weight lever, and insert the envelopes up to the fill mark. Continued on next page.
Printing Tasks 4 Lower the lever. The envelopes should be angled as shown (A). Do not angle them the opposite direction (B). Note Select the envelope size from the software application (if the setting is available), the printer driver, or the Paper Handling Menu in the printers control panel (page 427). To print by type and size of paper, see page 157.
Printing Envelopes from Your Software Application
1 Load envelopes into Tray 1 or the optional envelope feeder, if installed. 2 Specify Tray 1, Automatic, or select the paper source by type in your software application, and set the envelope size and type to the appropriate envelope size (page 406). 3 If your software does not automatically format an envelope, specify Landscape for page orientation in your application. CAUTION To avoid a printer jam, do not remove or insert an envelope once you begin printing. For best print quality, use the table on page 408 to set margins for a return and mailing address. It gives you typical address margins for a Commercial #10 or DL envelope. Avoid printing over the area where an envelopes three back flaps meet. Note If you print on an envelope and send it to a mailbox, the envelope will go to the mailbox Face-up Bin.
Printing Special Paper
Printing Letterhead, Preprinted Paper, or Prepunched Paper
Special paper includes letterhead, envelopes, labels, transparencies, full-bleed images, postcards, custom-size, and heavy paper. When printing letterhead or preprinted paper, it is important to load the trays with the correct orientation. When printing with prepunched paper (letter or A4 size), load the paper with the holes toward the right side of the printer for all trays except Tray 1. If using Tray 1, load the paper with the holes toward the left side of the printer. When printing on both sides of prepunched paper, you must select prepunched paper as the paper type in the Paper Handling menu from the control panel and select prepunched paper from your printer driver. Note Stapling devices do not support proper stapling of duplexed, prepunched paper.
Use only labels recommended for use in laser printers. Make sure that labels meet the specifications for the input tray you use (page 403). Do: ! Print a stack of 50 labels from Tray 1. ! Load labels with the side-to-be-printed facing up and the top, short edge toward the back, if they are letter or A4 size. For other sizes, load labels with the short edge toward the printer. ! Use the Face-up Bin for printing labels.
Failure to follow these instructions can damage the printer. Do not: ! Load Tray 1 to capacity because labels are heavier than paper. ! Use labels that are separating from the backing sheet, wrinkled, or damaged in any way. ! Use labels that have the backing sheet exposed. (Labels must cover the entire backing sheet with no exposed spaces.) ! Feed a sheet of labels through the printer more than once. The adhesive backing is designed for only one pass through the printer. ! Print on both sides of labels. ! Send labels to any output destination except the Face-up Bin.
Advanced Printing Tasks 2 Load the paper for the remaining pages of the document into another tray. You may select the first and remaining pages by type of paper. For more information, see Printing by Type and Size of Paper on page 157.
Blank Back Page
This option will allow you to add blank pages to the back of a print job. For Windows, select Use different paper for first page in the paper tab of your printer driver and then choose Back Page. You can then select the paper source you wish to use for your back page, or to turn the feature off select No back page.
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet of Paper
You can print more than one page on a single sheet of paper. This feature is available in some printer drivers and provides a cost-effective way to print draft pages. To print more than one page on a sheet of paper, look for a Layout or Pages Per Sheet option in the printer driver. (This is sometimes called 2-up, 4-up, or n-up printing.)
Continued on next page. Blank Back Page
Customizing Tray 1 Operation
Customize Tray 1 to fit your printing needs. The printer can be set to print from Tray 1 as long as it is loaded or to print only from Tray 1 if the type of paper loaded is specifically requested. Set TRAY 1 MODE=FIRST or TRAY 1 MODE=CASSETTE from the Paper Handling Menu in the printers control panel. (Print speed might be slightly slower when printing from Tray 1 when TRAY 1 MODE=FIRST.)
Tray 1 Mode=First
If you do not keep paper in Tray 1 all the time or you use Tray 1 only for manually feeding paper, keep the default setting TRAY 1 MODE=FIRST in the Paper Handling Menu. ! TRAY 1 MODE=FIRST means that the printer usually pulls paper from Tray 1 first unless it is empty or closed. ! You can still choose paper from other trays by specifically choosing another tray in the printer driver or from your software application.
Tray 1 Mode=Cassette
TRAY 1 MODE=CASSETTE means the printer treats Tray 1 like the internal trays. Instead of looking for paper in Tray 1 first, the printer pulls paper either starting from the bottom tray upward or the tray that matches type or size settings selected from the software. ! When TRAY 1 MODE=CASSETTE is set, an option appears in the Paper Handling Menu to configure size as well as type settings for Tray 1. ! Through the printer driver or from within your software application, you can select paper from any tray (including Tray 1) by type, size, or source. To print by type and size of paper, see page 157.
Renaming the Printer
If you are going to rename the printer, do this before selecting the printer in the Chooser. If you rename the printer after selecting it in the Chooser, you will have to go back into the Chooser and reselect it. Use the Set Printer Name feature in the HP LaserJet Utility to rename the printer.
Communicating with an Optional HP JetDirect EIO Print Server
If the printer contains an optional HP JetDirect internal print server, and you cannot communicate with the printer over the network, verify operation of the print server. Check the JetDirect Configuration Page for the message I/O CARD READY. (Follow the steps on page 314 to print a configuration page.) For troubleshooting information, see the HP JetDirect administrators guide.
HP JetDirect 610N 10/100Base-TX Print Server
If the printer contains an optional HP JetDirect 10/100Base-TX print server, check to see that the print server was able to link to the network. ! Check the link-speed LEDs (10 or 100) on the print server. If both are off, the card failed to link to the network. Continued on next page.
! Check the JetDirect Configuration Page for a LOSS OF CARRIER error message. This message also indicates that the card did not link to the network. Note The HP JetDirect 10/100Base-TX print server may require up to 10 seconds to establish a link to the network. If you have a different HP JetDirect print server, see the guide that came with it. Continued on next page. Correcting Output Quality Problems
Problem Solving If the print server failed to link, verify that all cables are correctly connected. If the print server still fails to link, follow the steps below to reconfigure the print server. 1 Use the EIO menu to manually set the link speed (10 or 100 Mbps) and communication mode (full or half-duplex) so that they match the network. (See the EIO menu on page 460.) For example, if the port on the network switch is set for 100TX full-duplex operation, you must set the print server for 100TX full-duplex operation. 2 Turn the printer off and back on. 3 Check the print server operation. If the print server fails to link, contact a local authorized HP dealer or service representative.
Checking the Printers Configuration
From the printers control panel, you can print pages that give details about the printer and its current configuration. The following information pages are described here: ! Configuration Page ! Menu Map ! PCL or PS Font List ! Paper Path Test For a complete list of the printers information pages, see the Information Menu in the printers control panel (page 424).
Use the configuration page to view current printer settings, to help troubleshoot printer problems, or to verify installation of optional accessories, such as memory (DIMMs), input and output paper handling devices, and printer languages. Note If an HP JetDirect EIO card is installed, a JetDirect configuration page will print out as well. To print a configuration page: 1 Press M ENU repeatedly until INFORMATION MENU appears. 2 Press I TEM repeatedly until PRINT CONFIGURATION appears. 3 Press S ELECT to print the configuration page. Numbers in the sample printout match the numbers in the printer messages (page 227). The content of the configuration page varies, depending on the options currently installed in the printer. Continued on next page.
1 Printer Information lists the serial number, HP JetSend IP addresses, page counts, and other information for the printer. If the variable fuser mode has been set to HIGH1, HIGH2, or HIGH3, the number of pages printed at the high fuser temperature is listed in parentheses after the page count. 2 Event Log lists the number of entries in the log, the maximum number of entries viewable, and the last three entries. The second page of the event log is the manufacturing page. This page contains information that may assist HP Customer Care representatives in solving possible printer problems. Continued on next page.
Problem Solving 3 Installed Personalities and Options lists all printer languages that are installed (such as PCL and PS) and lists options that are installed in each DIMM slot and EIO slot. 4 Memory lists the printer memory, Driver Work Space (DWS), and I/O buffering and resource saving information. 5 Security lists the status of the printers control panel lock, control panel password, and disk drive. 6 Paper Trays and Options lists the size settings for all trays and lists optional paper handling accessories that are installed. 7 Toner Level provides a graphic representation of how much toner is left in the cartridge.
To see the current settings for the menus and items available in the control panel, print a control panel menu map: 1 Press M ENU repeatedly until INFORMATION MENU appears. 2 Press I TEM repeatedly until PRINT MENU MAP appears. 3 Press S ELECT to print the menu map. You might want to store the menu map near the printer for reference. The content of the menu map varies, depending on the options currently installed in the printer. (Many of these values can be overridden from the printer driver or software application.) For a complete list of control panel items and possible values, see page 420. To change a control panel setting, see page 58.
When selecting labels, consider the quality of each component: ! Adhesives: The adhesive material should be stable at 392 F (200 C), the printers maximum fusing temperature. ! Arrangement: Only use labels with no exposed backing between them. Labels can peel off sheets with spaces between the labels, causing serious jams. ! Curl: Prior to printing, labels must lie flat with no more than 0.5 inch (13 mm) of curl in any direction. ! Condition: Do not use labels with wrinkles, bubbles, or other indications of separation. To print sheets of labels, see page 135.
Transparencies used in the printer must be able to withstand 392 F (200 C), the printers maximum fusing temperature. To avoid damaging the printer, use only transparencies recommended for use in laser printers. Do not print on both sides of labels, transparencies, envelopes, custom paper, or paper heavier than 28 lb (105 g/m 2 ). Damage to the printer and paper jamming might result. If you have problems printing transparencies, use Tray 1. To print transparencies, see page 137.
Note For best results, use only Tray 1 or the envelope feeder and the Face-up Bin.
Envelope construction is critical. Envelope fold lines can vary considerably, not only between manufacturers, but also within a box from the same manufacturer. Successful printing on envelopes depends upon the quality of the envelopes. When selecting envelopes, consider the following components: ! Weight: See page 395 for supported envelope weight. ! Construction: Prior to printing, envelopes should lie flat with less than 0.25 inch (6 mm) curl and should not contain air. (Envelopes that trap air may cause problems.) ! Condition: Make sure envelopes are not wrinkled, nicked, or otherwise damaged. ! Sizes in Tray 1: See page 392 for supported paper sizes. ! Sizes in the optional envelope feeder: See page 395 for supported envelope sizes. Continued on next page.
Appendix A Specifications If you do not have an optional envelope feeder, print envelopes from Tray 1, see page 130. To print envelopes with the optional envelope feeder, see page 123. If envelopes wrinkle, see page 260.
Envelopes with Double-Side-Seams
Double-side-seam construction has vertical seams at both ends of the envelope rather than diagonal seams. This style may be more likely to wrinkle. Be sure the seam extends all the way to the corner of the envelope as illustrated below.
Envelopes with Adhesive Strips or Flaps
Envelopes with a peel-off adhesive strip or with more than one flap that folds over to seal must use adhesives compatible with the heat and pressure in the printer. The extra flaps and strips might cause wrinkling, creasing, or jams.
ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
Item CFG IPX/SPX=NO
Explanation NO: The IPX/SPX Menu is not accessible. YES: The IPX/SPX Menu appears. In the IPX/SPX Menu, you can specify the frame type parameter used on your network. The default is AUTO, to automatically set and limit the frame type to the one detected. For Ethernet cards, frame type selections include EN_8023, EN_II, EN_8022, EN_SNAP. For Token Ring cards, frame type selections include TR_8022, TR_SNAP. In the IPX/SPX Menu for Token Ring cards, you can also specify NetWare Source Routing parameters, which include SRC RT=AUTO (default), OFF, SINGLE R, or ALL RT.
Explanation NO: The TCP/IP Menu is not accessible. YES: The TCP/IP Menu appears. In the TCP/IP Menu, you can specify BOOTP=YES for TCP/IP parameters to be automatically loaded from a bootp or DHCP server when the printer is turned on. If you specify BOOTP=NO, you can manually set selected TCP/IP parameters from the control panel. You can manually set each byte of the IP address (IP), Subnet Mask (SM), Syslog Server (LG), and Default Gateway (GW). For example: Byte 1 126.96.36.199 Byte 2 Byte 3 Byte 4
CFG TCP/IP=NO NO YES
If the Syslog Server IP address is left blank, the printer will still work. Also, you can manually set the Timeout time period.
Item CFG LINK=NO
Explanation NO: The 10/100Base-TX link configuration menu will not be accessed. YES: Allows you to access and manually set 10/100Base-TX link parameters. ! AUTO: (Default) The print server will automatically configure itself to match the networks link speed and communication mode. ! 10T HALF: Sets 10 Mbps, Half-duplex operation on the print server. ! 10T FULL: Sets 10 Mbps, Full-duplex operation on the print server. ! 100TX HALF: Sets 100 Mbps, Half-duplex operation on the print server. ! 100TX FULL: Sets 100 Mbps, Full-duplex operation on the print server.
Duplex Registration Menu
The items in this menu will assist you in aligning the images on the front and back of a duplexed page by calibrating the duplexer with trays 2, 3, or 4. For more information, see page 187. You will need to repeat the following items for each tray.
Item TRAY n PRINT TEST PAGE TRAY n X= 0 TRAY n Y= 0
Explanation Print a test page for trays 2, 3, or 4 (a test page will print for tray 4 only if an external input device is attached). 0 is the X offset for the second side of the duplexed page for pages coming from tray n. The registration marks range from -5 to +5. 0 is the Y offset for the second side of the duplexed page for pages coming from tray n. The registration marks range from -5 to +5.
515 checking 313 printing 314 connectivity 30 context sensitive help HP Digital Copy 357 control panel HP Digital Copy 347 keys 56 layout 53 lights 54 messages 226 printing a menu map 59, 317 control panel menus about 58 configuration menu 445 configuration of MBM 456 duplex registration menu 464 EIO menu 460 I/O menu 457 information menu 424 paper handling menu 427 print quality menu 435 printing a menu map 59 printing menu 439 private/stored jobs menu 423 resets menu 465 control panel overlay installing 342 copy connect cable installing 339 copy connect EIO board installing 338 customer support 3 custom-sized paper loading 163 setting 143 D Declaration of Conformity 504 default configurations HP Digital Copy 358 default setting, restoring 465 dimensions of printer 412 DIMMs about 27 installing 471 verifying 475 directory page 320 document quality HP Digital Copy 371 downloadable firmware 31 dual in-line memory module See DIMMs duplex registration 187
516 duplex registration menu 464 duplexer paper jams 213 problem solving 293 duplexing 117 duty cycle 26 E EIO installing 479 slots 30 EIO Menu 460 EMI statement (Korea) 511 envelope feeder clearing paper jams 211 problem solving 295 size setting 427 type setting 428 envelope specifications 406 envelopes wrinkles 260 environmental product stewardship 497 environmental specifications 417 equipment error HP Digital Copy 379 error messages 226 escape sequences combining 484 event log 321 F face-up bin 105 Fast InfraRed Connect 179 FCC statement 495 file directory page 320 Finland laser statement 512 5-bin mailbox with stapler 284 flatbed 366 loading 366 fonts number included with printer 28 printing list 318 Foreign Interface Harness 369 fusing mode, variable 160 H hard disk 40 installing 479 problem solving 296 heavy paper 410 help printer driver 77 using online 227 HP Digital Copy
517 automatic document feeder 364 button functions 359 context sensitive help 357 control panel 347 default configurations 358 document quality 371 equipment error 379 flatbed 366 installation specifications 330 installing 325 LED functions 359 location requirements 329 maintenance 373 menu tabs 349 operating instructions 346 paper specifications 370 parts 326 problem solving 377 settings 362 status bar 348 temporary error 378 troubleshooting 345 HP Fast InfraRed Connect about 179 problem solving 302 HP LaserJet Resource Manager 86 HP support services 3 HP TonerGauge 193 HP Web JetAdmin 83 humidity, operating environment 419 I I/O buffering 478 I/O menu 457 information menu 424 infrared printing with 179 problem solving 302 installing software Windows 3.1x 73 Windows 9x, NT 4.0, and Windows J jam recovery 453 JetDirect EIO 310 JetSend, installing 78 job accounting 369 Job Retention 166 L labels, specifications 403 laser statement for Finland 512 LaserJet Resource Manager 86 LED functions
521 checklist 262 common problems 267 HP Digital Copy 377 HP Fast InfraRed Connect 302 Macintosh 305 network and I/O port 300 paper jam locations 203 paper jams 202 print quality 254 PS errors 298 repeating paper jams 224 Proof and Hold jobs 170 PS 67 Q quick copy 167 R resets menu 465 Resolution Enhancement technology (REt) 26 Resource Manager, HP LaserJet 86 RIP ONCE about 147 hard disk 48 S service and support information 380 settings HP Digital Copy 362 7-bin tabletop mailbox problem solving 290 size of printer 412 software about 62 Apple LaserWriter 8 driver 80 JetSend 78 LaserJet Resource Manager 86 LaserJet Utility 81, 85 Macintosh 74, 80 network 83 obtaining most recent 70 PPDs 67 typical or custom install 71 Web JetAdmin 83 Windows 3.1x 73 Windows 9x, NT 4.0, and Windows speed, printing 419 stapler, clearing jams 222 status bar HP Digital Copy 348 storing jobs 176 supplies, ordering 42 support services 3 T temperature, operating environment 419
522 temporary error HP Digital Copy 378 toner cartridge checking toner level 192 life expectancy 192 limited warranty 385 managing 191 printing with low toner 194 resetting HP TonerGauge 193 storage 191 TonerGauge 193 transparency, specifications 405 Tray 1 clearing paper jams 204 customizing (modes) 154 loading 89 manual feed 156 problem solving 280 Tray 2 and 3 loading 93 paper jam 206 problem solving 280 Tray 4 (2000-sheet) loading 98 paper jams 209 problem solving 281 Tray 4 and 5 (2x500-sheet) loading 93 paper jams 207 problem solving 280 troubleshooting HP Digital Copy 345 See problem solving 2000-sheet input tray, loading 98 two-sided printing 117 V variable fusing mode 160 VCCI statement (Japan) 510 W warranty statement 381 watermark 148 Web JetAdmin 83 installing 63 web servers, supported 83 weight of printer 416 Windows Job Retention 166 Windows 3.1x, installing software 73 Windows 9x, NT 4.0, and Windows 2000, installing software 72 WordPerfect 5.1 printer driver 70 World Wide Web support 3
523 wrinkled envelopes 260 Y Y power cord installing 341
HP LaserJet 8150 Series Printers
8150 8150n 8150dn 8150hn
Designed for department or workgroup printing environments, the HP LaserJet 8150 printers combine high performance, high volume and hassle-free network printing.
First generation of intelligent HP internet-enabled printers allows you to take advantage of the Internet to create or enhance business applications. Products, solutions and e-services are available to harness the power of the internet. HP web access (embedded web server) combined with HP Web Jetadmin provides scalable remote printer management. HP Smart Printing Technology offers everything from toner level monitoring to internet-enabled supplies ordering.
HP Web Jetadmin peripheral management software makes it easy for network administrators to install, configure and manage network printers remotely from anywhere within the company intranet. HP Transmit Once minimizes network traffic.
250 MHz processor/32 MB memory standard/32 page-per-minute engine. Job retention features, private print and proof-and-hold, enabled in RAM. Dynamic RIP-once technology for multiple original prints at engine speed. Remote firmware upgradethe firmware is stored in Flash memory that allows for firmware updates over the Internet. Standard printer languages: PCL 5e, PCL 6, postscript level 3 emulation. 150,000 pages per month duty cycle.
Modular design protects your printer investment while allowing you to add the functions you need. Flexible, customizable paper handling solutions increase productivity while reducing trips to the printer. Edge-to-edge printing.
HP Jetdirect 620n 10/100Base-TX print server for improved printing performance. HP web access (embedded web server) provides direct access for remote printer management to help reduce device management costs.
HP FastRes 1200 for 1200 dpi quality printing without the usual network congestion and speed penalties. HP LaserJet Ultraprecise maximum capacity toner cartridge produces 20,000 pages (based on 5% coverage).
1. Custom media tray (optional) 2. 2 x 500-sheet input tray 3. 2,000-sheet input tray (optional) 4. 3,000-sheet stapler/stacker (optional) Automatic duplexer unit (internal) 3,000-sheet stacker (optional) 7-bin tabletop mailbox (optional) 5-bin mailbox with stapler (optional) 8-bin mailbox (optional) Envelope feeder (optional)
HP LaserJet 8150dn model shown
Series at a glance
HP LaserJet 8150 Printer (C4265A) 250 MHz processor 32 MB memory 2 x 500-sheet input trays HP FastRes 1200 (for 1200 dpi quality) at engine speed Common interface across PCL 5e/PCL 6 Edge-to-edge printing Postscript level 3 emulation HP LaserJet 8150n Printer (C4266A) Base model plus: HP LaserJet 8150 web access DIMM HP Jetdirect 620n 10/100Base-TX internal print server HP LaserJet 8150dn Printer (C4267A) Base model plus: HP LaserJet 8150 web access DIMM HP Jetdirect 620n 10/100Base-TX internal print server HP Automatic duplexer unit for two-sided printing HP LaserJet 8150hn Printer (C4269A) Base model plus: HP LaserJet 8150 web access DIMM HP Jetdirect 620n 10/100Base-TX internal print server Automatic duplexer unit for two-sided printing 2,000-sheet input tray 3,000-sheet stacker
The HP LaserJet 8150 series printers are reliable, easy to manage and designed to meet the needs of todays complex printing environment while providing an infrastructure to keep pace with the rapid change of technology.
The HP LaserJet 8150 series printers are HPs fastest, most versatile, internet-enabled network printers in the monochrome HP LaserJet printer line up. With its diverse paper handling options, 32 MB RAM and the 250 MHz processor, the HP LaserJet 8150 series printers meet the needs of high volume network printing and maximize end-user productivity.
Private printing: Holds job until you enter your personal identification number (PIN) at the printer. Proof-and-hold: Review your first copy, then print (or cancel) the balance of your job from the printer control panel. Stored jobs: Store jobs on the optional hard disk drive for printing at any time via the printer control panel (HP EIO hard disk drive 3.2 GB required). Quick copy: Make additional copies of your last print job right from the printer control panel (HP EIO hard disk drive 3.2 GB required). Five variable fusing settings: Assure optimal print quality on heavy, rough, or light media. HP infrared connect (Fast IR) C4103A: Enables cable-free, walk-up printing from laptops and other infrared (IR)-capable devices. Extensible HP web access program: Enables future solutions to be developed and deployed. Solve a problem link: Direct linkage to targeted self-help content for fast, efficient problem resolution. Expanded control panel: Assists with troubleshooting at the printer, reducing help desk calls.
HP 3,000-sheet stacker or stapler/stacker: This floor-standing output device stacks up to 3,000 sheets and provides automatic job offset capabilities for easy handling and job separation. The 3000-sheet stapler/stacker provides in-line multi-position stapling (up to 50 sheets) enabling the creation of a wide range of documents ready for distribution in just one step, right from your desktop. Input trays: The custom media tray is designed to handle different sizes and types of media and replaces tray 3 or 5 when needed. The high-capacity HP 2,000-sheet input tray means that fewer paper refills are required. The multisource HP 2 x 500-sheet input tray is ideal for different paper needs. For example, letterhead can be placed in one tray and continuation paper in the other, so there is no need to change the trays content every time. HP mailbox (5-bin with stapler, 7-bin tabletop, and 8-bin): Three options provide efficient, cost-conscious means of controlling department output. The mailboxes are ideal in a shared environment, providing output assignment by department, workgroup, or individual, for simplified job identification, separation, and retrieval. The 5-bin mailbox provides stapling capabilities (up to 20 pages) and stacks up to 350 sheets in the stapling bin. HP envelope feeder: The HP envelope feeder adds convenient automation to the envelope feeding process. The device can print five different sizes and feeds 17 envelopes per minute (capacity 100).
Automatic duplex printing: HP Automatic duplexer unit (included in dn and hn versions) significantly reduces paper usage and consequently cuts costs. Precision printing in A4 and A3 sizes, on both sides of the sheet, is a practical way of outputting large documents in an easy-to-read format. Duplex registration ensures that both sides of the page are correctly aligned.
Print speed1 First page out Resolution Memory Duty cycle, monthly Media Media handling
HP LaserJet 8150 (Prod. #: C4265A)
HP LaserJet 8150n (Prod. #: C4266A)
HP LaserJet 8150dn (Prod. #: C4267A)
HP LaserJet 8150hn (Prod. #: C4269A)
Letter: 32 ppm; 11 x 17 in: 16 ppm First page out, black: 17 sec HP FastRes 1200 (1200 dpi quality) at engine speed; 600 x 600 dpi with Resolution Enhancement technology (REt) 32 MB standard; optional 3.2 GB disk drive for storage of forms, fonts, and signatures as well as Mopy and RIP-once; optional 2, 4, and 8 MB Flash DIMMS Up to 150,000 pages per month Up to five input sources with a total capacity of 3,100 sheets (using 2,000-sheet input tray) and 100 envelopes or up to 6 input sources (using 2 x 500-sheet input tray) with a total capacity of 2,100 sheets and 100 envelopes; standard input capacity of 1,100 sheets (100-sheet multipurpose tray and 2 x 500-sheet tray); standard output capacity of 600 sheets (500 sheets face down and 100 sheets face up); optional input trays: 2,000-sheet high-capacity input tray, 2 x 500 sheet multipurpose input tray (trays #4 and #5), custom-size tray for non-standard paper sizes (replaces tray #3 or tray #5, simplex only) up to 350 sheets; optional envelope feeder (capacity 100) Up to 3,600 sheets; output standard capacity of 500 sheets face down, 100 sheets face up Optional Standard Tray #1: letter, legal, A3, A4, B/ledger, B4, executive, B5, and Monarch; also accommodates custom-sized media from 3.9 x 7.5 in to 11.7 x 17.7 in; tray #2: letter, legal, A4, B4; tray #3: letter, legal, A4, B4, 11 x 17 in, A3; optional 2000-sheet input tray: letter, legal, A4, B4, 11 x 17 in, A3; optional 2 x 500-sheet input trays: #4 and #5: letter, legal, A4, B4; tray #5: letter, legal, A4, B4, 11 x 17 in, A3; envelopes: tray #1 and optional envelope feeder: #10 regular: 9.5 x 4 in; Monarch: 7.5 x 3.9 in; DL: 8.7 x 4.3 in; C5: 9 x 6.4 in; B5: 9.9 x 6.9 in Tray #1 (multipurpose tray): 1653 lb; 500-sheet (trays #2, 3, 4, 5) and duplex assembly trays: 1628 lb; optional 2,000-sheet high-capacity input tray: 1628 lb Copier, bond, special application, and recycled papers; tray #1: (multipurpose tray) handles overhead transparencies and labels designed for laser printers Bi-directional, IEEE 1284-compliant parallel port. 3 EIO expansion slots for optional HP Jetdirect and third-party Bi-directional, IEEE 1284-compliant interface cards; HP Jetdirect 620n internal print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX (RJ-45 only) (J7934A). Other parallel port. 3 EIO expansion slots HP Jetdirect connectivity options are available for Ethernet 10Base-T (RJ-45 only) (J3110A), Ethernet (RJ-45, BNC), for optional HP Jetdirect and third-party interface cards and Local Talk (J3111A), Token Ring (J3112A), USB, Serial, and LocalTalk (J4135A). HP PCL 5e, HP PCL 6, and postscript level 3 emulation; automatic language switching Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, 2000; Novell NetWare 3.20, 4.1x, 5.x, NDPS, NEPS; HP-UX 10.20, 11.x; MPE-iX; Solaris 2.5x, 2.6, 7; SunOS 4.1.x; IBM AIX 3.2.5 and later; RedHat Linux 6.x; SuSE Linux 6.x; Apple System 7.5.1 and later, MacOS 8.1 and later; Artisoft LANtastic TCP/IP, AppleTalk, DLC/LLC, IPX/SPX, NDS, NCP IP Direct Mode, LPD, FTP Printing, IPP,Telnet, SLP, IGMP, BOOTP/DHCP, WINS, SNMP, HTTP 80 scalable TrueType fonts built in. Intelifont rasterizer built in to PCL 5; Greek, Hebrew, Cyrillic, and Arabic fonts available 22.3 x 20.5 x 21.3 in 112.4 lb HP laserJet 8150 Printer, power cord, HP laserJet 8150n Printer, power cord, HP laserJet 8150dn Printer, power cord, HP laserJet 8150hnPrinter, power cord, control panel overlay, Getting Started control panel overlay, Getting Started control panel overlay, Getting Started control panel overlay, Getting Started Guide, quick reference, toner cartridge, Guide, quick reference, toner cartridge, Guide, quick reference, toner cartridge, Guide, quick reference, toner cartridge, software CDs, parallel interface cable. software CDs, EIO 10/100Base-TX print software CDs, EIO 10/100Base-TX print software CDs, EIO 10/100Base-TX print Software included: HP common installer, server. Software included: HP server and automatic duplexer unit. server, automatic duplexer unit, 2,000HP common drivers, HP resource common installer, HP common drivers, Software included: HP common installer, sheet input tray and 3,000-sheet stacker. manager, HP internet installer, HP disk HP resource manager, HP internet HP common drivers, HP resource Software included: HP common installer, image utility, Macintosh PPDS, installer, HP disk image utility, Macintosh manager, HP internet installer, HP disk HP common drivers, HP resource Macintosh HP LaserJet utility, Macintosh PPDS, Macintosh HP LaserJet utility, image utility, Macintosh PPDS, Macintosh manager, HP internet installer, HP disk fonts, Macintosh help files Macintosh fonts, Macintosh help files HP LaserJet utility, Macintosh fonts, image utility, Macintosh PPDS, Macintosh (English only) (English only) Macintosh help files (English only) HP LaserJet utility, Macintosh fonts, Macintosh help files (English only)
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Print speed will be affected by media type, paper size, job complexity, host operating system and performance, and connectivity/cable type.
Product number Description C4265A HP LaserJet 8150 C4266A HP LaserJet 8150n C4267A HP LaserJet 8150dn C4269A HP LaserJet 8150hn Paper handling accessories C4782A Automatic duplexer unit C4781A 2,000-sheet input tray C4780A 2 x 500-sheet input tray C4779A 3,000-sheet stacker C4788A 3,000-sheet stapler/stacker C4785A 8-bin mailbox C4787A 5-bin mailbox with stapler C4783A 7-bin tabletop mailbox C3765B Envelope feeder C4184A Custom media tray Memory C7842A 8 MB SDRAM DIMM C7843A 16 MB SDRAM DIMM C7845A 32 MB SDRAM DIMM C9680A 64 MB SDRAM DIMM Optional extras C2985B HP EIO Hard Disk Drive 3.5 GB C4103A HP Fast InfraRed Connect C9129A HP LaserJet web access DIMM C8539AB Send-to-LAN Fax C9122AB NT Authentication HP JetDirect EIO internal print servers J7934A HP Jetdirect EIO (internal) 620n J6058A HP Jetdirect Wireless 680n, 802.11b Accessories J4135A HP Jetdirect connectivity card for USB, serial, and LocalTalk connections C2946A Parallel cable: IEEE 1284-compliant, small printer connector (type C) to standard PC connector3 meter C2947A Parallel cable: IEEE 1284-compliant, small printer connector (type C) to standard PC connector10 meter Supplies H4515A/E Hardware installation for one HP LaserJet 8150 H4516A/E Hardware installation for 2 to 5 HP LaserJet 8150s H2872A/E Hardware installation and network configuration of one HP LaserJet 8150 H4442A/E Hardware installation and network configuration of 2 to 5 HP LaserJet 8150s Service and support Standard HP Care Pack, next day onsite, 1 year H2674E HP Care Pack, next day onsite, 2 years H5491A/E HP Care Pack, next day onsite, 3 years H2677E HP Care Pack, next day onsite, 4 years H2678E HP Care Pack, next day onsite, 5 years H2679E HP Care Pack, 4-hour onsite, 1 year H2680E HP Care Pack, 4-hour onsite, 2 years H5492A/E HP Care Pack, 4-hour onsite, 3 years H2682E HP Care Pack, 4-hour onsite, 4 years H2683A HP Care Pack, 4-hour onsite, 5 years
Environmental ranges Recommended operating temperature: Storage temperature: Recommended operating humidity: Storage humidity: Acoustics Operating position: Bystander 1m: Sound power: Noise levels per ISO 9296: Power requirements Power source: Frequency: Power consumption Active: Standby: Powersave: Power certification Safety certification:
50 to 90.5 F (10 to 32.5C) 32 to 95 F (0 to 35C) 20% to 80% RH 10% to 95% RH LpAm 59 dB(A) printing, LpAm 41 dB(A) standby (per ISO 9296, DIN 45635, T.19) LpAm 53 dB(A) printing, LpAm 36 dB(A) standby (per ISO 7779, DIN 45635, T.19) LWAd=6.9 bels (A) operating (per ISO 9296), LWAd=5.2 bels standby L<41 dB(A) standby, bystander 1m 1<52 dB(A) printing L<37 dB(A); sound power L=6.5 bels printing, L=4.9 bels (A) standby 100 to 127 V (10%) or 220 or 240 V (10%) 5060 Hz (2 Hz) 645 to 685 watts (average) 145 to 165 watts (average) 31 to 40 watts UL and cUL listed; C-22.2-950 certified; Nom-NYCE Approved, carries CE marking for Eu EMC and Low Voltage Directives, complies with IEC 950/EN 60950 and IEC 825-1/EN60525-1 (Class 1 Laser Product/LED Product), meets FCC level B limits and CISPR-22 level B, product CDRH certified (safe for office/EDP use) Compliant with: USA FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15; Canada ICES-003;EU EMC Directive, CISPR 22:1997, EN 55022:1998,EN61000-3-2:1995, EN61000-3-3:1995, EN550821:1987, EN61000-4-2:1995, EN61000-4-3:1996, EN61000-4-4:1995, EN61000-4-5:1995, EN61000-4-6:1996, EN61000-4-8:1993, EN61000-4-11:1994; Japan VCCI Requirements; Australia AS/NZA 3548;Taiwan CNS 1438; Korea Electronic Wave Law; China Product Quality Law One-year, next business day onsite Enhance/upgrade basic warranty with HP Care Pack
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HP offers the fastest, most expandable LaserJet designed to meet today's complex, high-volume printing needs. The modular design of the LaserJet 8150 series allows an organization to build a custom printing and imaging system to meet the unique needs of each workgroup. Versatile paper handling accessories include high-capacity input/output and finishing options for high-volume, unattended printing. Additional capabilities include copying, scanning, digital sending and LAN faxing. Advanced network connectivity and scalable remote printer management increase printer uptime while reducing overall cost of ownership. With its flexible design, optional features and advanced manageability, the LaserJet 8150 series offers exceptional value.
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