HP Officejet 500
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User reviews and opinions
|nnoel||9:27am on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|Software is AWFUL. Drivers get corrupted, causing the print spooler to back up. Every time I want to use any of the "features" I paid for.|
|morris||4:19pm on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|"+ Clear and easy set up + Works well attached and wireless + Good quality print, copy, and scan. + Double sided print is good quality, easy.|
|Marvelty||6:54am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010|
|Good machine but leaves something to be desired when basic operating instructions are not included and you are not told in the packaging that they are...|
|Master Kah||4:23am on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|Very few reviews were available when I purchased this machine, so I went into it blind. Set up was fairly easy. Too Cool by Lynn Riley is a great debut album in the smooth jazz genre. This CD consists entirely of compositions by Ms.|
|trentofrutta||12:03am on Sunday, June 13th, 2010|
|Most horrible printer ever This is a horrible printer. Do not get it. Take this as a fair warning. I love anything HP My company bought one of these and I was so impressed with what it can do that I decided to purchase one for my home office. Buggy After one bad experience resulting in a return, I decided that maybe I just got a lemon. So I bought another one. After a month.|
|seattlezoid||11:44am on Friday, May 28th, 2010|
|officejet printer Good product, easy to setup. The ink is in four small cartridges and tends to run out quickly. Excellent printer but....... Excellent colour print and good functionality.|
|cbeynon||8:50am on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|"Printer was easy to set up and get running. Printing is faster and of better quality than my old K80. After 2 months of use, I have no complaints." "I find the printer,scanner,copier to be very easy to use and fast as well. The finished products are above average."|
|viggen||11:09pm on Saturday, May 1st, 2010|
|i was looking for an all-in-one printer that also printed quality photos and was wireless and this printer has everything I was looking for. Would recommend it to anyone who does a lot of copying If you buy ink from Staples and get their rebates on returned ink containers you can really sav... First of all let me tell you that I did not buy this printer from K-Mart. I have had my printer for about a year now. This printer is amazing.|
|raysaun||11:30am on Saturday, May 1st, 2010|
|GREAT PRODUCT Compact Design","Easy Setup","Easy To Use","Fast Operation","Great Print Quality","Reliable Using the unit for about one week and so far very pleased with it! Compact Design","Easy Setup","Easy To Use","Fast Operation","Great Print Quality This is a nice printer it's not noise like other people say it's slow to get started but after that it's ready to go. Compact Design".|
|ChuckVanT||10:47pm on Friday, March 26th, 2010|
|Wireless set up was expedited by hooking up a laptop w/USB connection to help the printer "find" my home wireless network. Not a bad purchase, although I am annoyed at how HP inkjet printers are constantly doing maintenance, even in the middle of an idle time.|
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Final Version Given to Printer
HP OfficeJet Series 500
HP Company Confidential
Copyright HewlettPackard Company 1997 All rights are reserved. No part of the document may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated to another language without the prior written consent of HewlettPackard Company. OmniPage Limited Edition V5.0 is a U.S. registered trademark of Caere Corporation. Microsoft is a U.S. registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Windows is a U.S. registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Publication number: C3801-90001 First Edition, February 1997 Printed in USA. 7. Safety Information Always follow basic safety precautions when using this product to reduce risk of injury from fire or electric shock. from wall outlets and telephone jacks before cleaning. Do not install or use this product near water or when you are wet. Install the product securely on a stable surface. Install the product in a protected location where no one can step on or trip over line cord, and the line cord will not be damaged. If the product does not operate normally, see Troubleshooting. No operatorserviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Notice The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. Information regarding FCC Class B, Parts 15 and 68 requirements can be found in the back of the Users Guide.
This product is approved for use in the United States Only.
Local country laws may prohibit the use of this product outside of United States. It is strictly forbidden by law in virtually every country to connect nonapproved telecommunications equipment (fax machines) to public telephone networks.
9. 1. Read and understand all instructions in the Users Guide. WARNING: Potential Shock Hazard 10. 2. Use only a grounded electrical outlet when connecting the HP OfficeJet to a power 11. source. If you dont know whether the outlet is grounded, check with a qualified electrician. 3. Telephone lines can develop hazardous voltages. To avoid electrical shock, do not touch the contacts on the end of the cord, or any of the sockets on the HP OfficeJet. Replace damaged cords immediately. 4. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. 5. Observe all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 6. Unplug this product
This product may contain remanufactered parts that have been fully tested to meet 100% of original performance specifications.
Complete the following information. Youll need it if you contact your dealer or Hewlett-Packard Company:
Date of Purchase: Serial Number:
(Located on the back of the machine.)
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Table of Contents
Setting Up the HP OfficeJet for Your Office.1-1
Phone optional, but recommended
PC with internal modem
Telephone wall jack
q Connect your PC-modem to the HP OfficeJet. Find the phone
cord that goes from the back of your computer (your PC-modem) to a wall jack. Disconnect the cord from the wall jack and plug it into either of the two ports on the back of the HP OfficeJet labelled, To Phone, Answering Machine, or Modem. Important: If your PC-modems software is set to automatically receive faxes to your computer, turn off that setting; if you dont, your HP OfficeJet will not be able to receive faxes properly.
q Connect your phone to the HP OfficeJet. Connect the cord from
your phone to either of the two ports on the back of the HP OfficeJet labelled, To Phone, Answering Machine, or Modem. The benefits of connecting a phone in this situation are 1) For the convenience of having a phone close by to make outgoing voice calls, and 2) In case you need to send a fax (press START) after calling someone who must receive their faxes manually.
Dedicated line with external modem (ACI)
If in Step 2 you connected the HP OfficeJet to a dedicated phone line (no voice calls received) that also has an external modem connected to it, then use this connection diagram.
q Connect your external modem to the HP OfficeJet. Find the
phone cord that goes from the back of your external modem to a wall jack. Disconnect the cord from the wall jack and plug it into either of the two ports on the back of the HP OfficeJet labelled, To Phone, Answering Machine, or Modem.
Important: If your external modems software is set to automatically receive faxes to your computer, turn off that setting; if you dont, your HP OfficeJet will not be able to receive faxes properly.
Shared line (Case ADGJ)
If in Step 2 you connected the HP OfficeJet to a shared phone line (receives both voice and fax calls) that has no other office equipment connected to it, then use this connection diagram.
Telephone Phone optional, wall jack but recommended q Connect your phone to the HP OfficeJet. Connect the cord from your phone to either of the two ports on the back of the HP OfficeJet labelled, To Phone, Answering Machine, or Modem.
The main benefits of connecting a phone in this situation are 1) For the convenience of having a phone close to the HP OfficeJet so that you can reach the START button when you receive faxes manually, and 2) In case you need to send a fax (press START) while having a conversation with someone who must receive their faxes manually.
q Because you dont have an answering machine or computer voice-
mail on this phone line, youll need to receive faxes manually;
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Shared line with answering machine (Case ADEJ)
If in Step 2 you connected the HP OfficeJet to a shared phone line (receives both voice and fax calls) that also has an answering machine connected to it, use this connection diagram.
Phone optional, but recommended if theres no phone handset on your answering machine
q Connect your answering machine to the HP OfficeJet. Plug the
phone line from your answering machine to either of the ports labelled, To Phone, Answering Machine, or Modem on the back of the HP OfficeJet. Important: Set your answering machine to answer calls after 4 or fewer rings, and make sure your outgoing greeting message is no longer than 30 seconds. If you dont, you may not receive faxes properly.
q Connect your phone to the HP OfficeJet. If your answering
machine doesnt have an attached phone handset, connect the cord from your phone to either of the two ports on the back of the HP OfficeJet labelled, To Phone, Answering Machine, or Modem. The main benefits of connecting a phone in this situation are 1) In case you need to send a fax (press START) while having a conversation with someone who must receive their faxes manually, and 2) For the convenience of having a phone close by to make and receive voice calls.
Wizard questions for this connection case, heres how youll automatically receive faxes with the HP OfficeJet: Your answering
machine will pick up the call after the number of rings youve set, then the HP OfficeJet will listen while the answering machine plays its greeting. If the HP OfficeJet detects fax tones, it will cut off the answering machine and receive the fax. If you dont connect your answering machine directly to the HP OfficeJet as described here, you may not receive your faxes properly.
Shared line with computer voicemail (Case ADFJ)
If in Step 2 you connected the HP OfficeJet to a shared phone line (receives both voice and fax calls) that also has computer voicemail to answer voice calls, use this connection diagram.
Computer with voicemail feature
q Connect your computer voicemail phone cord to the HP
OfficeJet. Locate the phone cord that goes from the back of your computer to a wall jack. Disconnect the cord from the wall jack and plug it into either of the two ports on the back of the HP OfficeJet labelled, To Phone, Answering Machine, or Modem. Important: Set your voicemail software to answer calls after 4 or fewer rings, and make sure your outgoing greeting message is no longer than 30 seconds. If you dont, you may not receive faxes properly.
your phone to either of the two ports on the back of the HP OfficeJet labelled, To Phone, Answering Machine, or Modem. The main benefits of connecting a phone in this situation are 1) In case you need to send a fax (press START) while having a conversation with someone who must receive their faxes manually, and 2) For the convenience of having a phone close by to make and receive voice calls.
mal position, resting in front of the paper tray.
4 Extend the output tray slowly until it
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When you first installed the HP OfficeJet Series 500 software, the Setup Wizard asked you a series of questions about your phone lines and equipment. Your answers determined which option was automatically chosen for each of the Answering settings, and therefore determined how your HP OfficeJet was set up to receive faxes. There are two answering settings that affect how you receive faxes: Phone Answering (Automatic or Manual). When set to Automatic, the HP OfficeJet will automatically answer every call received at your fax number. When set to Manual, you must answer fax calls manually (see the following section, Manually Receiving Faxes for instructions). For instructions on how to change this setting, refer to Phone Answering: Automatic or Manual later in this chapter under Advanced fax receive settings. Rings to Answer (1 ring through 6 rings). When Phone Answering is set to Automatic, the HP OfficeJet will automatically answer all calls after the number of rings specified in this setting. For example, when Rings to Answer is set to 1 ring, your fax line will ring once, then the HP OfficeJet will begin sending fax tones. For instructions on how to change this setting, refer to Changing the number of rings before answering later in this chapter under Advanced fax receive settings. Notes: 1) If you havent changed your office equipment setup since you answered the questions in the software during your first-time installation, dont change your answering settings now or you may not receive your faxes properly. If you have changed your office equipment setup, refer to Updating your fax receive setup later in this chapter under Advanced fax receive settings for instructions on how to re-run the HP OfficeJet Setup Wizard. 2) For a detailed description of how your office equipment should be set up and the corresponding answering settings, see Step 6. Connect Your Office Equipment in Chapter 1.
Manually receiving faxes
Paper fax sent from the HP OfficeJets Document Assistant
Change the Contrast setting in the HP OfficeJet Manager software.
1 Double-click the HP OfficeJet Manager icon on your Windows desktop. 2 Click Fax and select Send Settings. 3 In the Paper Fax Quality tab, Drag the slider bar in the Contrast area to the setting you want (five settings are available), then click OK. Note: When you change the Contrast setting from the HP OfficeJet Manager software, the keypad setting will be automatically updated with the same Contrast setting.
Contrast settings are not applied to this type of fax.
Redialing a fax number
If you dialed the fax number from the HP OfficeJets keypad, you can press the Redial/Pause button any time to redial the last-dialed fax number. The HP OfficeJet is factory-set to automatically redial at timed intervals up to 5 times after a busy signal.
Redialing manually with the Redial/Pause button To immediately begin redialing the last fax number you dialed on
the HP OfficeJets keypad, press the Redial/Pause button. Make sure your document is still loaded in the document tray. Notes: 1) If you press Redial/Pause while in the middle of dialing a fax number, the Pause feature takes effect and a dash (-) will appear in the message display. 2) You cant use the Redial/Pause button to redial a fax number that you originally entered in the Send Fax dialog box, however, the automatic redial process described below will begin.
Changing the Automatic Redial setting in the software
Heres how the Automatic Redial feature works: The fax number will be redialed one minute after the unsuccessful fax (busy, no answer, or both, depending on your settings). If the first redial was unsuccessful, the second redial will begin after a 5-minute wait. After this, the fax number will be redialed up to 3 more times if the transmission continues to be unsuccessful. If you dialed the fax number from the HP OfficeJets keypad, the message display will show the redial countdown time in seconds during the waiting periods (unless the message display is already in use).
1 Double-click HP OfficeJet Manager on your Windows desktop. 2 Click Fax and select Send Settings. 3 Click the Dialing tab. 4 In the Automatic Redial area, select either or both Redial on busy signal and Redial on no answer. To turn off the Automatic Redial feature, make both checkboxes blank.
Entering a pause during keypad dialing
Press the Redial/Pause button to enter a 2-second pause in the middle of your dialing sequence. A dash (-) will appear on the message display, indicating that the pause will occur at that point in the dialing sequence.
Notes: 1) The preferred method of dialing with pauses (to enter a calling card number, for example) is to use the instructions in the Dialing in real time section earlier in this chapter. 2) If you press Redial/Pause at any other time except while dialing a fax number, the manual Redial feature takes effect (see description in previous section).
Copies made from the keypad will be automatically collated (printed in sets), with one exception: When the Photo setting is selected for the Resolution using the Contrast/Resolution button (described previously under Optimizing the quality), copies will not be collated. For examples of page number sequences when collating is on and off, refer to Collating: On or Off later in this chapter.
Copying from the Document Assistant
This copying method is recommended if youre copying a long document or a complex document (like a photograph) that requires a lot of memory to scan. When you copy from the keypad, only the HP OfficeJets limited memory is used, but when you copy using the Document Assistant, the memory in your computer is used.
1 Load your document in the document tray with the printed side facing away from you (up to 20 pages). Now look at your computer screen. The Document Assistant asks you what youd like to do with the document youve loaded.
Change any of these copy settings before beginning to copy.
3 Click Start Copy to begin copying.
To cancel a copy in progress, click the Cancel button in the HP OfficeJet status dialog box (displayed during copying) or press the Stop button on the HP OfficeJets keypad.
When you make a copy from the Document Assistant, the way it looks is determined by the settings in the Copy dialog box. These settings will not affect copies made from the keypad.
Optimizing the quality
The HP OfficeJet software is factory-set to optimize the words in your copies. When your original is a photograph or graphic, click the Original is photo or graphic checkbox for best quality.
When you want the copy to be darker or lighter than your original document, drag the slider bar in the Contrast area to the Contrast setting you want.
Reducing and enlarging
When you want the copy to be smaller or larger than your original document, change the Reduce/Enlarge setting. Note: When Original is photo or graphic is selected in the Copy dialog box, you wont be able to enlarge your document.
How to scan with TWAIN
Note: If your software program does not support TWAIN, the follow-
ing procedure will not work.
1 Make sure your software program has the HP OfficeJet Series 500 selected as the scanning source. Usually, you can check this by choosing Select Source from the File menu or by selecting Acquire/ Select Source from the File menu in your software program. If you cant find where to select the scanning source in your software program, check the programs documentation. 2 Open the file in your software program where you want the image to be placed. 3 Load your document in the document tray with the printed side facing away from you (as many pages as your software program will allow, or a single document carrier). If necessary, slide the document guides on the tray to the left or right to adjust them for the width of your document. Note: If the Document Assistant is displayed at this point, please close it. 4 Select Acquire Image from the File menu in your software pro-
gram. (Some programs may have a slightly different command, like Acquire.) If the Scan Settings dialog box is displayed (illustrated on page 5-3), choose from the many scanning options, or click Help for information about the options. Some applications scan using their own settings, however, and in this case the Scan Settings dialog box wont be displayed. The image will be scanned directly into your application. Now you can edit the image using the tools in your TWAIN-compliant software program.
Scanning Your Document to Edit the Words (OCR)
Scan using the optical character recognition (OCR) method when your original document has words that you want to edit in your word processing program. When you scan using OCR, each separate letter and character in your document is compared to a library of letters and characters that have been programmed into the OCR software. When the software finds a match, its placed in your word processing program. Keep in mind that this technology isnt perfect. After OCR scanning, youll still need to proofread your document carefully to make sure none of the letters or characters have been misinterpreted by the software. Even a spell checker wont catch everything. For more information about the OCR software, refer to the Caere documentation that was shipped in the box with the HP OfficeJet, the OmniPage Limited Edition Users Guide. To scan using OCR:
Using the Paper tab settings
Use the Paper tab to change the paper orientation, the paper size, the paper type, the sequence of the pages, and the number of copies. For detailed information about each setting, click the Help button at the bottom of the dialog box, then click the Reference tab.
The Paper tab in the print settings
Using the Setup tab settings
Use the Setup tab to control the print quality, the print speed, and the ColorSmart print settings. For detailed information about each setting, click the Help button at the bottom of the dialog box, then click the Reference tab.
The Setup tab in the print settings
Print quality and speed
Normal is the factory-set quality. It has medium quality and medium speed: 2.5 pages per minute (ppm) for monochrome printing, and 0.7 ppm for color printing. Choose EconoFast for draft quality and the fastest speed: 4 ppm for monochrome printing, and 1 ppm for color printing. Choose Best for the highest quality output. It has the slowest speed: 1 ppm for monochrome printing, and 0.3 ppm for color printing.
Printing in color
The HP OfficeJet prints in color when a color-capable software program is used with the HP OfficeJet Manager software. To print in color, be sure you have created color text or pictures within your document, then make sure color printing is turned on in your software program. Color printing is typically turned on as the factory setting in your software programs Print dialog box. The HP OfficeJet is factory-set to print in color; however, if you have changed the settings, be sure the Automatic ColorSmart option is selected and the Print in Grayscale option is unselected in the Setup tab of the print settings.
The quality of your color printing depends partly on how the four inks black, cyan, yellow, and magenta are placed on the printed page. Your HP OfficeJet uses HPs ColorSmart technology to intelligently analyze your documents at the time of printing to provide the best color output. ColorSmart identifies each element on a page text, simple graphics, or complex graphics such as photographic images and automatically applies the appropriate color settings to each element during printing.
If you removed a used cartridge and replaced it with a brand new one: Press 1 on the keypad. A message on your computer screen prompts you to align the new print cartridge; this action is recommended for best output. If you removed a used cartridge and replaced the same cartridge: Press 2 on the keypad. If you removed a used cartridge and replaced it with a brand new one: Press 1 on the keypad. A message on your computer screen prompts you to align the new print cartridge; this action is recommended for best output. If you removed a used cartridge and replaced the same cartridge: Press 2 on the keypad. No action is required. Optional: To skip the ink drying time and continue your current job: Remove the top page from the output tray, then press the Start button to clear this message.
If new color cartridge, press 1. If used, press 2.
Ink drying, press START To avoid smearing, the to cancel. ink on the printout in the output tray requires time to dry. The HP OfficeJet will display this message for up to six minutes. Nothing will be printed during the ink drying time. Insert black cartridge You removed the black print cartridge from its holder. Most HP OfficeJet functions are inoperative until the black print cartridge is replaced.
Install a black print cartridge. If youre replacing a used black print cartridge with a brand new one, and you want step-by-step, illustrated instructions displayed on your computer screen, follow this path: HP OfficeJet Manager/
Help/How Do I?/Maintaining the HP OfficeJet/Replacing print cartridges.
Insert color cartridge
You removed the color print cartridge from its holder. Most HP OfficeJet functions are inoperative until the color print cartridge is replaced.
Install a color print cartridge. If youre replacing a used color print cartridge with a brand new one, and you want step-by-step, illustrated instructions displayed on your computer screen, follow this path: HP OfficeJet Manager/
The fax/phone line connector has been removed. (This is the connector to which your phone cords are attached. It fits into the back of the HP OfficeJet.) The HP OfficeJet cant send or receive faxes until the connector is replaced.
1 For safety, press the On/Off button to turn off the HP OfficeJet before re-installing the fax/phone line connector. 2 Re-install the fax/phone line connector. For illustrated instructions, refer to Step 2 in the HP OfficeJet Series 500 Ready/Setup/Go guide. 3 Press the On/Off button to turn on the HP OfficeJet, then click the Reconnect now button on your computer screen.
Load A-size paper, then press START.
The paper or envelope you loaded in the paper supply tray has a narrower width than the paper size thats needed for receiving faxes or printing. (A-size is letter-size paper, 8.5 inches wide by 11 inches high.)
15 lb (6.80 kg)
120 V, grounded
50,000 page life (printer) 20,000 pages life (scanner) 830 printed pages per month maximum
9 watts at idle, 25 watts maximum
Plain paper drop-on-demand thermal inkjet
Monochrome Best Mode = 1 ppm (page per minute) Normal Mode = 2.5 ppm EconoFast Mode = 4 ppm Color Best Mode = 0.3 ppm Normal Mode = 0.7 ppm EconoFast = 1 ppm
Monochrome Best Mode = 600 x 600 dpi Normal Mode = 600 x 300 dpi EconoFast Mode = 300 x 300 dpi Color Best Mode = 300 x 300 dpi Normal Mode = 300 x 300 dpi EconoFast = 300 x 300 dpi
Microsoft Windows 3.1 and Windows 95.
Also compatible with a range of DOS applications. DOS software must be able to run under Windows.
Printer Command Language
HP PCL Level 3
Printer I/O Interface
Bi-directional Parallel (Centronics) (continued on next page)
Printing Specifications (Continued) Paper Sizes*
Plain paper U.S. letter = 8.5 x 11 in U.S. legal = 8.5 x 14 in U.S. executive = 7.25 x 10.5 in A4 = 210 x 297 mm A5 = 148 x 210 mm B5 = 182 x 257 mm Envelopes U.S. #10 = 4.12 x 9.5 in DL = 110 x 220 mm D6 = 114 x 162 mm A2 = 111 x 146 mm Cards U.S. index cards = 4 x 6 in; 5 x 8 in A6 = 105 x 148 mm Transparencies U.S. letter = 8.5 x 11 in
* Maximum width = 8.5 in (214 mm) Maximum length = 14 in (355 mm)
Plain = 20 to 32 lb Card Stock = 40 to 60 lb
Paper Margins (Printing)*
Plain paper: Top margin = 2.0 mm Bottom margin = 14 mm Left/Right margins: U.S. = 6.3 mm International = 3.4 mm Envelopes and cards: Top margin = 2.0 mm Bottom margin = 19 mm Left/Right margins = 3.2 mm
* These margins represent the maximum printable area for this device. However, your printer driver may create a smaller printable area.
Plain paper Card Stock Envelopes HP Premium InkJet Paper HP Premium Transparency Film HP Bright White Paper HP Premium Glossy Paper HP Greeting Card Paper Avery paper labels (for InkJet printers)
Plain paper (20-lb bond) 150 sheets Card stock 50 sheets Envelopes 10 envelopes HP Premium InkJet Paper 100 sheets HP Premium Transparency50 sheets HP Bright White Paper 150 sheets HP Premium Glossy Paper50 sheets HP Greeting Card Paper 50 sheets Avery Paper Labels 25 sheets
ITU Group 3 fax / standard Error Correction Mode (ECM)
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard for compliance could void the user's authority to use the equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014 Manufacturers Name: Manufacturers Address: declares that the product Product Name: Model Number: Product Options: Safety: EMC: OfficeJet Series 500 Printer/Fax/Copier/Scanner C3801A, C3803A 500, 520, 570, 580, 590 Hewlett-Packard Company 16399 West Bernardo Drive San Diego, CA 92127-1899, USA
conforms to the following product specifications: IEC 950:1991+A1+A2+A3 / EN 60950:1992+A1+A2+A3 IEC 825-1:1993 / EN 60825-1:1994 Class 1 (Laser/LED) CISPR 22:1993+A1 / EN 55022:1994 Class B1 EN 50082-1:1992 IEC 801-2:1991 / prEN 55024-2:1992 - 4 kV CD, 8kV AD IEC 801-3:1984 / prEN 55024-3:1991 - 3V/m IEC 801-4:1988 / prEN 55024-4:1992 - 0.5 kV Signal Lines 1.0 kV Power Lines IEC 1000-3-2:1995 / EN61000-3-2:1995 IEC 1000-3-3:1994 / EN61000-3-3:1995 FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Class B2 / ICES-003, Issue 2 AS / NZS 3548:1992 / CISPR 22:1993 Class B1
1 The product was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard Personal Computer Systems. 2 This Device complies with Part 15 of the 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.
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the following Directives and carries the CE-marking accordingly: the EMC directive 89/336/EEC the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
For Compliance Information ONLY
Australia: Europe: Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Australia Ltd., 31-41 Joseph Street, Blackburn, Victoria 3130, Australia Your local HP sales and service office or Hewlett-Packard Gmbh, Department HQTRE / Standards Europe, Herrenberger Strae 130, D-71034 Bblingen (FAX: +497031-14-3143) Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Company, San Diego Division, 16399 West Bernardo Drive, San Diego, CA, 92127-1899 (Ph: 619-487-4100)
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(-) dash indicating pause during dialing 3-15 cartridges. See print cartridges collating automatic 4-5 how to turn on/off 4-8 ColorSmart settings 6-6 accessories, ordering information 8-5 Advanced tab settings 6-7 America Online, help sources 7-3 answering settings, receiving faxes 3-9, 3-21 answering machine. See connecting AutoAnswer button 3-9 automatic collating 4-5 automatic receiving, of faxes changing settings for 3-9 Automatic Redial setting 3-15 CompuServe, help sources 7-3 computer voicemail. See connecting connecting dedicated fax line with external modem 1-11 with no other office equipment 1-10 with PC-modem 1-10 office equipment to OfficeJet 1-7, 1-8 shared fax and phone line with answering machine 1-15 with computer voicemail 1-16 with distinctive ring 1-22 with external modem 1-14 and answering machine 1-19 and computer voicemail 1-20 with no other office equipment 1-12 with PC-modem 1-13 and answering machine 1-17 and computer voicemail 1-18 Contrast/Resolution button 3-12, 3-14, 4-4, 4-5 contrast settings for copying 4-5 for paper fax from Document Assistant 3-14 from keypad 3-14 for PC fax 3-14 for scanning 5-3, 5-4 Copy dialog box collating 4-8 illustration of 2-5 settings 2-5, 4-6 copying automatic collating 4-5 controlling how they look 4-4, 4-7 changing size 4-7
bidirectional cable. See printer cable buttons AutoAnswer 3-9 Cancel 3-7, 4-6, 5-4 Contrast/Resolution 3-12, 3-14, 4-4, 4-5 Help (software) 2-8, 6-5, 7-5 Redial/Pause 3-15 Speed Dial 3-5 Start 3-3 Stop 3-3, 4-6
cables. See printer cable calling card charging, of fax call 3-3 Cancel button 3-7, 4-6, 5-4 cancelling of fax in progress 3-3, 3-7 of scan in progress 5-4 cards. See media types
darkening and lightening 4-5, 4-7 quality 4-4, 4-7 error messages 7-8 from Document Assistant 2-5, 4-6 from keypad 2-4, 4-3 loading document for 4-3, 4-4 loading paper supply for 4-2 margins 8-4 overview 2-4, 2-5 resolution 8-4 specifications 8-4 speed 8-4 tests to ensure working properly 1-25 Cover Page Data dialog box 3-20 cover page, for fax 3-20
Cover Page Data 3-20 Fax Send Time 3-20 Phone Book 3-20 Print Settings 6-5 Scan 2-6 Scan Settings 5-3 Send Fax 2-3, 3-6 display messages. See error messages distinctive ring how to use 3-23 in shared fax and phone line 1-22 Document Assistant faxing paper documents from 2-2, 3-6 contrast settings 3-14 resolution settings 3-13 to group of fax numbers 3-18 for copying 2-5 scanning documents 2-6, 5-2 using OCR 2-7, 5-7 document carrier description of 3-2 for copying 4-3 for faxing 3-2 for scanning 5-2 document jam. See paper jam documents adding scanned image to 5-5 copying 2-4 loading error messages 7-11, 7-12, 7-15 into document tray 3-8, 6-36-5 scanning 2-6, 5-2 document tray capacity 8-4 illustration of 1-2 installing 1-3 loading paper into 3-8, 6-36-5 parts of 1-6
darkening your copies 4-5, 4-7 date how to change 3-27 date, error messages 7-13 dedicated fax line, connecting instructions with a external modem 1-11 with a PC-modem 1-10 with no other office equipment 1-10 device settings Phone Answering 3-9 Reduce/Enlarge 4-7 Rings to Answer 3-9 dialing fax number using Document Assistant 3-6 procedures 3-6 pulse or tone 3-19 using keypad 3-3 entering a pause 3-15 in real time 3-3 procedures 3-3 redialing 3-15 speed dialing 3-5 using calling or credit card 3-3 using phone connected to OfficeJet 3-4 dialog boxes Copy 2-5, 4-6
error messages 7-6, 7-15 ink drying 7-10 installing 1-4 ordering information 8-5 Print Cartridge Maintenance 6-7 replacing 1-4 error messages 7-16 Print Settings dialog box 6-5 Advanced tab 6-7 Paper tab 6-5 Setup tab 6-6 printer cable illustration of 1-2 connecting 1-4 printing advanced settings 6-7 from DOS programs 6-7 from OfficeJet Manager 6-8 from Windows software programs 6-8 in color 6-6 in grayscale 6-7 margins 8-3 media types 2-7, 8-3 quality and speed 6-6 settings 2-7, 6-5 Advanced tab 6-7 in OfficeJet Manager 6-5 in software programs 6-56-7 Paper tab 6-5 Setup tab 6-6 specifications 8-2 tests to ensure working properly 1-24 problem solving answering fax call 7-12 copy failure 7-8 document jam 7-7 fax failure 7-14 faxing 7-9 loading documents 7-11 loading paper 7-11 paper jam 7-7 print cartridges 7-10, 7-11, 7-14 reloading documents 7-15 reloading paper 7-15 replacing scanner cover 7-16 scanning failure 7-16
sending fax 7-14 setting date/time 7-13 storing of fax in memory 7-17 protecting, of documents. See document carrier pulse dialing 3-19
quality of copies. See resolution
real time dialing, of fax number 3-3 Receive Fax setting for list of all fax operations 3-25 receiving faxes. See fax (receiving) Redial/Pause button 3-15 redialing, of fax number 3-15 Automatic Redial 3-15 manually 3-15 reducing the copy 4-7 regulations 8-6 reloading, of paper or documents 7-15 reports, printing Fax Log 3-25 Fax History 3-26 Last Fax 3-26 tests to ensure working properly 1-24 resolution changing for PC fax 3-13 from Document Assistant 3-13 from keypad 3-13 for copying 4-4, 4-5, 4-7, 8-4 for faxing 3-11 for printing 8-2 for scanning 8-5 settings 3-11 Rings to Answer setting 3-9 changing 3-22
Scan dialog box illustration of 2-6 settings 2-6 Scan Settings dialog box illustraion of 5-3 settings 5-3 Scan text for editing setting (OCR) 2-7, 5-7 Scan Viewer menu 2-6 scanning cancelling a scan in progress 5-4 custom settings 5-4 error messages 7-16 how to tell if you have TWAIN-supported software 5-5 importing image into existing documents 5-5 into TWAIN-supported software 5-5 overview 2-6 resolution 8-5 saving 5-4 specifications 8-5 tests to ensure working properly 1-25 text for editing (OCR) 2-7, 5-7 scheduling, of fax 3-20 Self Test Report 1-24 Send Fax dialog box faxing from paper documents 2-3, 3-6 illustration of 2-3 sending faxes. See faxing (sending) setting up check for all components 1-2 connecting the cables 1-4 inserting the paper/document tray 1-3 inserting the print cartridges 1-4 installing the software 1-23 loading the paper supply 1-6 plugging in the line connector 1-3 tests to ensure working properly 1-24 settings
IJ print cartridges EU+
HP 940 Magenta and Cyan Officejet Printhead
HP 102 Large Grey Photo Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 343 Tri-colour Inkjet Print Cartridges 2-pack
HP 344 2-pack Tri-colour Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 88 Magenta and Cyan Officejet Printhead
HP 57 2-pack Tri-Colour Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 940 Black and Yellow Officejet Printhead
HP 364XL Magenta Photosmart Ink Cartridge
HP 23 Large Tri-Colour Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 49 Large Tri-Colour Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 57 Small Tri-Colour Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 21 Simple Black Inkjet Print Cartridge**
HP 27 Simple Black Inkjet Print Cartridge**
HP 56 Simple Black Inkjet Print Cartridge**
HP 88 Black and Yellow Officejet Printhead
HP 78 Large Tri-colour Inkjet Print Cartridge
Hp 300/300 Combo Inkjet Print Cartridges
HP 338/343 2-pack Inkjet Print Cartridges
HP 350/351 2-pack Inkjet Print Cartridges
HP 920XL Magenta Officejet Ink Cartridge
HP 940XL Magenta Officejet Ink Cartridge C4908AE
HP 364XL Yellow Photosmart Ink Cartridge
HP 364 Magenta Photosmart Ink Cartridge
HP 338 Black Inkjet Print Cartridge 2-pack
HP 339 2-pack Black Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 100 Grey Photo Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 364XL Photo Photosmart Ink Cartridge
HP 88XL Magenta Officejet Ink Cartridge
HP 364XL Cyan Photosmart Ink Cartridge
HP 364XL Black Photosmart Ink Cartridge
HP 901 Tri-colour OfficeJet Ink Cartridge
HP 56 2-pack Black Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 900 Tri-colour Inkjet Print Cartridge 3
HP 920XL Yellow Officejet Ink Cartridge
HP 350XL Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 351XL Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 300 Tri-colour Ink Cartridge
HP 363 Magenta Ink Cartridge
HP 38 Magenta Ink Cartridge2
HP 363 XL Black Ink Cartridge
HP 14 Tri-colour Ink Cartridge
HP 10 Magenta Ink Cartridge
HP 11 Magenta Ink Cartridge
HP 12 Magenta Ink Cartridge
HP 13 Magenta Ink Cartridge
May 2010 Inkjet Print Cartridges
HP 363 Ink Cartridges 3-Pack
HP 300XL Black Ink Cartridge
HP 350 Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 351 Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 363 Yellow Ink Cartridge
HP 38 Yellow Ink Cartridge2
HP 10 Yellow Ink Cartridge
HP 11 Yellow Ink Cartridge
HP 12 Yellow Ink Cartridge
HP 13 Yellow Ink Cartridge
HP 363 Cyan Ink Cartridge
HP 300 Black Ink Cartridge
HP 363 Black Ink Cartridge
HP Small Format Compatibility Chart
HP 10 Magenta Printhead HP 10 Cyan Ink Cartridge HP 10 Yellow Printhead HP 10 Cyan Printhead HP 10 Black Printhead
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* These HP print cartridges are only available in France, Ireland and the UK ** These HP print cartridges are only available in Turkey 656c is not compatible with c1816ae
HP 38 ink cartridges are mainly for resale in photo channels For sale only in Turkey Printeris available only in Germany Printer and supplies are available only in Poland Printer and supplies only available in Turkey only sold in countries being part of European Union
HP 940XL Yellow Officejet Ink Cartridge
HP 101 Blue Photo Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 364 Yellow Photosmart Ink Cartridge
HP 22XL Tri-Colour Inkjet Print Cartridge
HP 21/22 2-pack Inkjet Print Cartridges
HP 56/57 2-pack Inkjet Print Cartridges
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