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|chrisboulle||9:04am on Saturday, September 25th, 2010|
|I was motivated writing this review when I saw how many people complain on new HP AiO devices.|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||8:03am on Sunday, August 15th, 2010|
|Buyer Beware!!! this product is a POS --- HP employes should be and probably are ashamed having to sell.|
|nishmeh||11:33pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|I was looking for a wireless printer that I could position out of the way but still access by two home computers. This did not disappoint.|
|Karrde712||7:30am on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010|
|HP Photosmart OfficeJet 2510 All-In-One Printer Superb printer, fax and scanner. Brilliant AiO Printer Brilliant; the HP56 and HP57 carts are refillable; this is a great machine: mine has printerd 10, 000 pages already.|
|mikejdavies||7:15am on Monday, May 10th, 2010|
|I have owned my PSC 2510 for one year and a half now. I have not had problems with the printer itself.|
|tecra||6:28am on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010|
|Not great to be honest - a lot of hassle to get it to work I used this on WIndows XP and found it difficult to get is setup. Not great to be honest - a lot of hassle to get it to work I used this on WIndows XP and found it difficult to get is setup.|
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Print Technology Memory Card Compatibility drop-on-demand thermal inkjet printing CompactFlash Type I and Type II, SmartMedia, Memory Sticks, Secure Digital/Multi Media printer languages: HP PCL 3 enhanced Media cards and xD-Picture card Print Quality Paper Handling black best mode: up to 1200-rendered dpi; color best mode: up to 4800 x 1200-optimized input: 150-sheet input tray; input capacity: up to 150 U.S. letter, up to 20 transparences, up 1200-optimized dpi color when printing from a computer and 1200-input dpi up to 60 cards, up to 20 envelopes,up to 20 label sheets print resolution technology: hp photoret III (hp photoret IV with optional photo cartridge) output capacity: 50-sheet output tray, up to 10 envelopes, up to 60 cards, up to 20 transparencies transparencies Print Speed (Draft mode)* Media Types black: up to 21 ppm; color: up to 15 ppm; color 4 x 6-inch photo: as fast as 41 sec *dependent *dependent upon document type and print mode; approx. figures. Exact print speed will vary paper (plain, inkjet, photo, brochure, banner), envelopes, transparencies, labels, cards (index, vary depending on the system configuration, software program, and document complexity. (index, greeting), iron-on transfers, borderless media Duty Cycle (Maximum Monthly Volume) Media Sizes and Weights 5,000 pages sizes: U.S. letter, legal, executive, index cards, envelope (U.S. #9, #10, A2); weight: 16 to 24 lb (U.S. letter, banner); 20 to 24 lb (U.S. legal, envelopes); 110 lb maximum Fax Speed maximum (cards); up to 130 lb (photo paper) 33 Kbps fax modem, 3 sec per page, (Based on ITU-T test image #1 at standard resolution. Compatible Operating Systems resolution. More complicated pages or higher resolution will take longer & use more memory.) memory.) Microsoft Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 Professional, XP; Macintosh OS 9.1, X Fax Resolution (Best) Minimum System Requirements 200 x 200 dpi black and color CD-ROM drive; networking and wireless features require a working Ethernet or wireless 802.11 802.11 b/g network, available USB port and USB cable (for non-networked systems); internet Fax Features Supported internet access and sound card recommended; SVGA 800 x 600 monitor with 16-bit color; auto fax reduction, color faxing, distinctive ring, redial on no-answer or busy only, auto redial, color; Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 or higher and Adobe Acrobat 4 or higher recommended; redial, fax phone TAM, fax telephone mode, fax/PC interface, 60 fax speed dial numbers, recommended; hp memories disc creator software requires CD-writer and 700 MB additional numbers, 50 page fax memory (Based on ITU-T Test image #1 at standard resolution. More additional hard disk space; full color scanning requires additional 50 MB hard disk space More complicated pages or higher resolution may reduce number of pages stored in memory.) For PC: any Intel Pentium II or Celeron processor (Pentium III or higher recommended); memory.) recommended); Microsoft Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 Professional or XP; 128 MB RAM Scanner Type/Input Modes RAM for 98, 98SE, Me, 2000, XP (256 MB RAM or higher recommended for all operating flatbed (8.5 x 11 in maximum document scan size); scan input modes: front panel scan and operating systems); 950 MB available hard disk space for software installation for 98, 98SE, and hp photo & imaging software 98SE, and Me (1.1 GB recommended), 1.1 GB available hard disk space for software installation Scan Resolution installation for 2000 and XP (1.2 GB recommended) For Macintosh: G3 processor (G4 or higher recommended); Mac OS 9.1 or OS X; 64 MB optical and hardware: up to 1200 x 2400 dpi; enhanced scan resolution: up to 19,200 dpi MB RAM for OS 9.1; (128 MB or higher recommended); 128 MB for OS X (256 MB or higher dpi (the maximum dpi at which you can scan is limited by available computer memory, disk higher recommended); 100 MB available hard disk space for software installation for OS 9.1, disk space and other system factors); 48-bit color bit depth, 256 grayscale levels 9.1, 200 MB for OS X Scan Speed** (Windows 95, 3.1, NT 4.0 and DOS are not supported; Mac OS 9.0 and earlier not supported.) OCR/US Letter size page: 25- 27 sec; preview speed: 26.3 sec ; 4 x 6 in. photos: 14.8 supported.) 14.8 sec Memory **scan time only; data transfer to CPU not included 8 MB ROM, 32 MB RAM Copy Resolution Dimensions (w x d x h)/Weight black graphics: 1200 x 1200 dpi; black text: 300 x 1200 dpi: color text and graphics: x 15.4 x 9.3 in (482.6 x 390 x 236.5 mm)/19.2 lb (8.7 kg) 600 x 600 dpi Operating Environment Copier Features operating temperature (recommended): 59 to 90 F (15 to 32 C); storage temperature: -40 maximum number of copies: 50; reduction/enlargement: 25 to 400% -40 to 140 F (-40 to 60 C); humidity range:15 to 85% RH (operating) Copy Speed Power Requirements black: up to 21 cpm; color: up to 14 cpm power source (input voltage): 100 to 240 VAC (+/- 10%) grounded; input frequency: 50 to Copier Settings to 60 Hz (+/- 3 Hz); current: 1 amp maximum; power consumption 80 watts maximum text/photo/mixed enhancements, fit-to-page, reduce/enlarge, poster, many-on-a-page, iron-on Acoustics iron-on transfer sound power: 5.6 B(A) color printing; 6.0 B(A) b/w printing, normal; 6.0 B(A) b/w copying; Wireless Capability copying; 5.8 B(A) receiving fax; 3.3 B(A) idle 802.11b*** (WiFi) ***Wirelesss performance is dependent upon distance and terrain between sound pressure: 42 dB(A) color printing; 47 d(B(A) b/w printing, normal; 46 dB(A) b/w copying; between wireless network clients and printer. This 802.11b-enabled all-in-one is compatible copying; 43 dB(A) fax receiving; 21 dB(A) idle compatible with 802.11 g-compliant devices. Visit www.hp.com /support and search for "hp Warranty "hp psc 2510 photosmart series overview" to learn more. one-year limited hardware warranty backed by HP Customer Care service and support; one-year LCD Display one-year phone support 2.5-inch color image LCD External I/O Ports 1 USB, 1 ethernet, 4 memory card slots Memory Card Compatibility CompactFlash Type I and Type II, SmartMedia, Memory Sticks, Secure Digital/Multi Media Media cards and xD-Picture card Paper Handling psc 2510 photosmart all-in-one, printer, flatbed Replacement Ink Cartridges HP photo papers HP creative papers input: 150-sheet input Q3094A 150 U.S. letter, up to flatbed fax, scanner, copiertray; input capacity: up to uses one black and one 20 transparences, up tri-color cartridge or one HP photo paper HP greeting card, white, quarter-fold up to 60 cards, up to 20 envelopes,up to 20 label sheets What's in the box? 50-sheet output tray, up to 10 envelopes, up to 60 cards, cartridge transparencies C1846A output capacity: one tri-color and one photo up to 20 letter size, 20 sheets C1812A 20 sheets/envelopes transparencies C6656A hp 56 black inkjet print cartridge C6982A letter size, 60 sheets HP matte greeting card, white, half-fold hp psc 2510 photosmart all-in-one printer, flatbed Media Types cartridge (19 ml) C7890A 4 x 6 in., 20 sheets C7018A 20 sheets/envelopes flatbed fax,(plain, inkjet, photo, brochure, banner), envelopes, transparencies, labels, cardscartridge paper scanner, copier; hp 56 black inkjet print C6657A hp 57 tri-color inkjet print (index, C7893A 4 x 6 in., 20 sheets HP textured greeting card, white, half-fold print(index, greeting),ink volume (hp part borderless media cartridge, 19 ml iron-on transfers, no. c6656a); cartridge (17 ml) HP everyday photo paper, semi-gloss C7019A 20 sheets/envelopes Media Sizes and Weights c6656a); hp 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge, 17 C6658A hp 58 photo inkjet print cartridge C6983A letter size, 25 sheets HP textured greeting card, ivory, half-fold sizes: U.S. letter, legal, c6657a); index cards, envelope (U.S. #9, #10, A2); 17 ml ink volume (hp part no. executive, hp photo cartridge (17 ml) HP everyday photo paper, matte C6828A 20 sheets/envelopes weight: 16 software and hp memories disc photo & imagingto 24 lb (U.S. letter, banner); 20 to 24 lb (U.S. legal, envelopes); 110 lb maximum C7007A letter size, 100 sheets HP linen greeting card, white, half-fold maximum (cards); up to 130 lb (photo paper) disc creator on CD-ROM; setup posters; reference HP business communication paper & film HP premium photo paper C1788A 20 sheets/envelopes Compatible Operating Systems reference guide; Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 Professional, XP; Macintosh OS 9.1, X Microsoft power supply and power cord; C6039A letter size, 15 sheets HP photo greeting card HP bright white inkjet paper cord; phone cord; hp photo paper sampler; hp photo Minimum System Requirements C6979A letter size, 50 sheets C6044A 10 sheets/envelopes C5976B 250 sheets photo paper storage bag; Ethernetand wireless features require a working Ethernet or wireless 802.11 CD-ROM drive; networking cable Q1988A 4 x 6 in, 20 sheets HP iron-on T-shirt transfers C1824A 500 sheets 802.11 b/g network, available USB port and USBinkjet everday paper cable (for non-networked systems); internet Q1989A 4 x 6 in, 60 sheets C6049A 10 sheets HP internet access and sound card recommended; SVGA 800 x 600 monitor with 16-bit color; Q1990A 4 x 6 in, 100 sheets 51634Y 200 sheets color; Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 or higher and Adobe Acrobat 4 or higher recommended; accessories HP premium plus photo paper, glossy HP brochure and flyer paper, glossy recommended; hp memories disc creator software requires CD-writer and 700 MB additional additional hard disk space; full color scanning requires additional 50 MB hard disk space C6831A letter size, 20 sheets C6817A 50 sheets C8955A HP two-sided printing accessory For PC: any Intel Pentium II or Celeron processor (Pentium III flyer paper, matte or higher recommended); Q1785A letter size, 50 sheets HP brochure and C6518A USB cable recommended); Microsoft Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 Professional or XP; 128 MB RAM Q1977A 4 x 6 in, 20 sheets C6955A 50 sheets RAM for 98, 98SE, Me, 2000, XP (256 MB RAM or higher recommended for all operating Q1978A 4 x 6 in, 60 sheets Visit us on the world wide MB available hard diskHP premium inkjet transparency for 98, 98SE, operating systems); 950 web space for software installation film 98SE, and Me C3828A 20 disk space for software installation HP premium plus photo paper, matte at www.hp.com. (1.1 GB recommended), 1.1 GB available hard sheets www.hp.com. installation for 2000 and XP (1.2 GB recommended) C6950A letter size, 20 sheets C3834A 50 sheets For Macintosh: G3 processor (G4 or higher recommended); Mac OS 9.1 or OS X; 64 MB HP tri-fold brochure for OS X (256 MB RAM for OS 9.1; (128 MB or higher recommended); 128 MB paper, glossy MB or higher C7020A higher recommended); 100 MB available hard disk space for100 sheetsinstallation for OS 9.1, software 9.1, 200 MB for OS X (Windows 95, 3.1, NT 4.0 and DOS are not supported; Mac OS 9.0 and earlier not supported.) supported.) Mac and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., Microsoft and Windows are U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation, Memory Corporation, Pentium is a U.S. registered trademark of Intel Corporation. All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks 8 MB of their respective companies. trademarksROM, 32 MB RAM Dimensions (w x d x in this document is subject to change without notice. Technical Information h)/Weight 19 x 15.4 x 9.3 in (482.6 x 390 x 236.5 mm)/19.2 lb (8.7 kg) Operating Environment Hewlett-Packard Company(recommended): 59 to 90 F (15 to 32 C); storage temperature: -40 operating temperature 2003 5981-9687ENUCF (-40 to 60 C); humidity range:15 to 85% RH (operating) -40 to 140 7/03 Power Requirements power source (input voltage): 100 to 240 VAC (+/- 10%) grounded; input frequency: 50 to to 60 Hz (+/- 3 Hz); current: 1 amp maximum; power consumption 80 watts maximum Acoustics
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The E-mail button on your HP PSC 2500 lets you easily share the selected photo(s) with anyone who has an e-mail account. Select one or more photos. Press E-mail. The E-mail List appears on the color graphics display of your HP PSC 2500. Enter the number of the appropriate e-mail address. Your HP PSC sends the photo(s) to the HP Instant SHare website and sends an e-mail message to the recipient with links to the photos. Note: If the HP PSC 2500 is not connected to a network, the E-mail button works differently. Your HP PSC transfers the currently displayed photo to the HP Gallery, and places it in the HP Instant Share tab tray as an attachment to an e-mail message you can then address and send from your computer.
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For Macintosh: If there is no network connection, the HP PSC transfers the selected photo to your Macintosh. You can then send it as an e-mail attachment by following the prompts on your Macintosh. For more information, see the onscreen hp photo and imaging help that came with your software.
share photos through the Share Menu
You can share photos with family and friends by making them available in online albums at special websites or by e-mail through the Share Menu of HP Instant Share. 3 Make sure that the memory card is inserted into the appropriate slot on your HP PSC. Select one or more photos. Press Photo, and then press 9. This displays the Photo Menu and then selects HP Instant Share. The Share Menu appears. Any HP Instant Share e-mail names or online photo websites you set up as destinations when you configured your HP PSC 2500 appear in the menu. Press the number next to the appropriate HP Instant Share destination. The HP PSC sends the selected photo(s) to that destination. For Windows: If the HP PSC 2500 is not connected to a network, the HP Instant Share item on the Photo Menu works differently. Your HP PSC transfers the currently displayed photo to your computer. Go to your computer and follow the prompts there. For Macintosh: You can share images using the E-mail button in the HP Gallery, but the HP Instant Share website feature is not available if there is no network connection. For more information on sharing photos using email on a Macintosh, see the onscreen hp photo and imaging help that came with your software.
use the hp photo & imaging gallery
You can use the HP Gallery for viewing and editing image files. You can print images, send images by e-mail or fax to family and friends, upload images to a website, or use images in fun and creative printing projects with the HP Gallery. HP software lets you do all this and much more. Explore the software to take full advantage of the features of your HP PSC. For Windows: If you want to open the HP Gallery at a later time, open the HP Director and click the HP Gallery icon. For Macintosh: If you want to open the HP Gallery at a later time, open the HP Director and click HP Gallery (OS 9) or click HP Director in the Dock and select HP Gallery from the Manage and Share section of the HP Director menu (OS X).
Reduce/Enlarge 1. Actual Size 2. Fit to Page 3. Custom 100% 4. Image Sizes* 5. Poster
*The image sizes available vary by country/region.
Press to highlight the size in which you want to copy the photo, and then press OK. Depending on the image size you select, the Fill Page? prompt might appear to determine whether you want to print multiple copies of the photo to fill the paper in the input tray, or just one copy. Some larger sizes do not prompt you for a number of images. In this case, only one image is copied to the page. If the Fill Page? prompt appears, select Yes or No, and then press OK. Press Start Black or Start Color.
This feature and more are available through the HP Director software if you scan your photo into the computer. Through the HP Director, you can print multiple photos of different sizes. The HP PSC will fit as many photos as it can on the paper you have loaded in the input tray. For information on scanning your photos into the computer to use the HP Director Photo Print functions, see the onscreen hp photo & imaging help that came with your software.
resize an original to fit onto letter paper
If the image or text on your original fills the entire sheet with no margins, use the Fit to Page feature to reduce your original and prevent unwanted cropping of the text or images at the edges of the sheet. Tip: You can also use Fit to Page to enlarge a small photo to fit within the printable area of a full-size page. In order to do this without changing the proportions of the original or cropping the edges, the HP PSC might leave an uneven amount of white space around the edges of the paper.
Load your original face down on the right front corner of the glass. Press Copy twice, and then press 4. This displays the Copy Menu and then selects Paper Size. Copy Menu 1. Borderless 2. Reduce/Enlarge 3. Copy Quality 4. Paper Size 5. Paper Type 6. Lighter/Darker 7. Enhancements 8. Color Intensity 9. Set New Defaults
to highlight Letter, and then press OK.
Press 2 to select Reduce/Enlarge from the Copy Menu. Copy Menu 1. Borderless 2. Reduce/Enlarge 3. Copy Quality 4. Paper Size 5. Paper Type 6. Lighter/Darker 7. Enhancements 8. Color Intensity 9. Set New Defaults
Reduce/Enlarge 1. Actual Size 2. Fit to Page 3. Custom 100% 4. Image Sizes 5. Poster
to highlight Fit to Page, and then press OK.
copy a washed-out original
Use Lighter/Darker to adjust the lightness and darkness of the copies you make. You can also adjust the color intensity to make colors on your copy more vivid or more subtle. Load your original face down on the right front corner of the glass. Press Copy twice, and then press 6. This displays the Copy Menu and then selects Lighter/Darker. The range of Lighter/Darker values appears as a scale on the color graphics display. Press to darken the copy, and then press OK. to lighten the copy. Note: You can also press 4
It is easy to set Enhancement settings for photos and other documents you copy using the HP Director software that you installed with your HP PSC. With one click of your mouse button, you can set a photo to copy with Photo enhancements, a text document to copy with Text enhancements, or a document that contains both images and text to copy with both Photo and Text enhancements turned on. For more information, see the onscreen hp photo & imaging help that came with your software.
make a poster
When you use the Poster feature, the HP PSC divides your original into sections and then enlarges the sections onto letter or A4 paper so you can assemble them into a poster.
Load your original face down on the right front corner of the glass. If you are copying a photo, position the photo on the glass so the long edge of the photo is along the front edge of the glass. Press Copy twice to display the Copy Menu. Press 2, and then press 5. This selects Reduce/Enlarge and then selects Poster.
Press to highlight a page width for the poster, and then press OK. The default poster size is one page wide. Press Start Black or Start Color. After you select the poster width, the HP PSC adjusts the length automatically to maintain the proportions of the original. Tip: If the original cannot be enlarged to the selected poster size because it exceeds the maximum zoom percentage, an error message appears that tells you the number of pages wide that are possible. Select a smaller poster size and make the copy again.
The HP Director software on your computer enables you to be even more creative with your photos. You only need to scan your photo into the computer to use the HP Director Quick Projects tool to create posters, banners, and iron-on t-shirt transfers from your photo. To learn more, see the onscreen hp photo & imaging help that came with your software.
prepare a color t-shirt transfer
You can copy an image or text onto a T-shirt transfer, then iron it onto a T-shirt. Tip: We recommend that you practice applying a T-shirt transfer on an old garment first. 1 Load your original face down on the right front corner of the glass. If you are copying a photo, position the photo on the glass so the long edge of the photo is along the front edge of the glass. Load the T-shirt transfer paper in the input tray. Press Copy twice, and then press 5. This displays the Copy Menu and then selects Paper Type. copy
Paper Type 1. Automatic 2. Plain Paper 3. Premium Inkjet 4. Premium Photo 5. Photo Paper 6. PhotoQual Inkjet 7. Everyday Photo 8. Transparency 9. Iron-On 0. Brochure Glossy *. Brochure Matte
to highlight Iron-On, and then press OK.
Press Start Black or Start Color. When you select Iron-On as the paper type, the HP PSC automatically copies a mirror image of your original (as shown below) so that it will appear properly when you iron it onto the T-shirt.
! copy To stop copying, press Cancel on the front panel.
use the scan features
Scanning is the process of converting text and pictures into an electronic format for your computer. You can scan just about anything: photos, magazine articles, text documents, and even 3D objects, as long as you are careful not to scratch the glass. Because the scanned image or text is in an electronic format, you can bring it into your word processor or graphics application and modify it to suit your needs. You can do the following: Scan text from an article into your word processor and quote it in a report, saving you a lot of retyping. Scan a logo and use it in your publishing software, allowing you to print business cards and brochures for yourself. Scan photos of your kids and e-mail them to relatives, create a photographic inventory of your house or office, or create an electronic scrapbook.
To use the scan features, your HP PSC and computer must be connected and turned on. The HP PSC software must also be installed and running on your computer prior to scanning. To verify that the HP PSC software is running on a Windows PC, look for the hp psc 2500 series icon in the system tray at the lower right side of the screen, next to the time. On a Macintosh, the HP PSC software is always running. You can start a scan from your computer or from your HP PSC. This section explains how to scan from the front panel of the HP PSC only. For information about how to scan from the computer, and how to adjust, resize, rotate, crop, and sharpen your scans, see the onscreen hp photo & imaging help that came with your software. This section contains the following topics: scan an original on page 51 stop scanning on page 56
scan an original
This section contains the following topics: send the scan to a computer connected directly to the hp psc on page 52 send the scan to a computer connected to the hp psc over a network on page 53 send the scan to a destination configured through hp instant share on page 54 scan send the scan to a memory card loaded in your hp psc on page 56
send the scan to a computer connected directly to the hp psc
Follow these steps if your HP PSC is directly connected to a computer via a USB or parallel cable. Load your original face down in the right front corner of the glass. Press Scan, if it is not already lit. A Scan Menu appears, listing destinations that are set up to scan to. The default destination is whichever one you selected the last time you used this menu. Scan Menu 1. HP Photo & Imaging Gallery 2. HP Instant Share 3. MS Powerpoint 4. Adobe Photoshop 5. Photo Memory Card
clean the glass
Dirty glass from fingerprints, smudges, hair, and so on, slows down performance and affects the accuracy of features such as Fit to Page. 1 Turn off the HP PSC, unplug the power cord, and raise the lid. Note: When you unplug the power cord, you will need to reset the date and time. For more information, see set the date and time on page 72. 2 Clean the glass with a soft cloth or sponge slightly moistened with a nonabrasive glass cleaner. Caution! Do not use abrasives, acetone, benzene, or carbon tetrachloride on the glass; these can damage it. Do not place or spray liquids directly on the glass. They might seep under it and damage the device. 3 Dry the glass with a chamois or cellulose sponge to prevent spotting.
clean the lid backing
Minor debris can accumulate on the white document backing located underneath the lid of the HP PSC. 1 Turn off the HP PSC, unplug the power cord, and raise the lid. Note: When you unplug the power cord, you will need to reset the date and time. For more information, see set the date and time on page 72. 2 Clean the white document backing with a soft cloth or sponge slightly moistened with a mild soap and warm water.
Wash the backing gently to loosen debris; do not scrub the backing. Dry the backing with a chamois or soft cloth. Caution! Do not use paper-based wipes as these might scratch the backing.
If this does not clean the backing well enough, repeat the previous steps using isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol, and wipe the backing thoroughly with a damp cloth to remove any residual alcohol.
clean the exterior
Use a soft cloth or slightly moistened sponge to wipe dust, smudges, and stains off the case. The interior of the HP PSC does not require cleaning. Keep fluids away from the interior of the device as well as the front panel. Note: To avoid damage to painted parts of the HP PSC, do not use alcohol or alcohol-based cleaning products on the front panel or the lid of the HP PSC.
work with print cartridges
To ensure the best print quality from your HP PSC, you will need to perform some simple maintenance procedures and, when prompted by a front panel message, replace the print cartridges. This section contains the following topics: check the ink levels on page 94 print a self-test report on page 95 handle print cartridges on page 96 replace the print cartridges on page 97 use a photo print cartridge on page 99 use the print cartridge protector on page 99 align the print cartridges on page 100 clean the print cartridges on page 101 clean the print cartridge contacts on page 102
Power consumption: 80 W maximum Input voltage: AC 100 to 240 V ~ 1 A 5060 Hz, grounded Output voltage: DC 32 V===940 mA, 16V===625 mA
Recommended operating temperature range: 15 to 32 C (59 to 90 F) Allowable operating temperature range: 5 to 40 C (41 to 104 F) Humidity: 15 to 85% RH non-condensing Non-operating (Storage) temperature range: 4 to 60 C (40 to 140 F) In the presence of high electromagnetic fields it is possible the output from the HP PSC might be slightly distorted HP recommends using a USB cable less than or equal to 3 m (10 feet) in length to minimize injected noise due to potential high electromagnetic fields
Memory: 8 MB ROM, 32 MB DRAM If you have Internet access, you can get acoustic information from the HP website. Go to: www.hp.com/support
environmental product stewardship program
protecting the environment on page 122 ozone production on page 122 energy use on page 122 paper use on page 122 plastics on page 122 material safety data sheets on page 122 recycling program on page 123 hp inkjet supplies recycling program on page 123
protecting the environment
Hewlett-Packard is committed to providing quality products in an environmentally sound manner. This product has been designed with several attributes to minimize impacts on our environment. For more information, visit HPs Commitment to the Environment website at: www.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/environment/index.html
This product generates no appreciable ozone gas (O3).
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28 Click Next and follow the instructions provided by the Installer to check and prepare the system, and install drivers, plug-ins, and software. This will take several minutes.
29 At the Connection Type screen, select Through the network and then click Next. The Searching screen appears as Setup searches for your configured HP PSC on the network. When the search is finished, the Confirm Settings screen appears. 30 Verify the wireless printer settings and then click Next. The Installer status screen appears as Setup installs the software. This might take several minutes. 31 At the prompt, restart your computer to finish the installation process. 32 After your computer is restarted, complete the Fax Setup Wizard and product registration. Fax setup is described in fax setup on page 175. 33 Enable your network interface card (NIC), and reconnect your Internet access.
install your hp psc software on a Macintosh (infrastructure mode)
The recommended method of connecting a Macintosh to your HP PSC in infrastructure mode is to set up and configure the HP PSC through a wired connection. Connect your HP PSC to the access point with an Ethernet cable and, after Setup is complete, remove the cable and switch to a wireless connection. Your computer can be connected to the access point either wired or wirelessly. Note: Before installing your HP PSC software, see connect your hp psc to a wireless network or computer on page 147. Note: Installation time can range from 20 minutes to 1 hour depending on your OS, the amount of available space, and the processor speed. to install your hp psc software 1 2
Print a network configuration page. For more information, see use the network configuration tools on page 75. Quit all applications.
Insert the HP PSC software installation CD into your computer's CD-ROM drive. The install folder opens on your desktop, displaying two icons.
Select the appropriate Language and Device. Click the Network Option button. The Network Installer screen appears. Click OK. The Welcome to the installation wizard screen appears. You are notified that the Installer will run a utility to discover and configure your device on the network. This process might take several minutes.
10 Click Next. The Searching screen appears as Setup searches for printers on the network. When the search is finished, the Printer Found screen appears. 11 Verify that the printer description is correct. (Use the network configuration page to verify the printer name and Media Access Control (MAC) address.)
Note: If a printer was not found, the Printer Not Found screen appears. Follow the steps on the subsequent screens. If the device is still not found, see troubleshooting information on page 205 for more information. Setup checks to see if the device selected supports wireless settings. If the device has wireless capabilities (HP PSC 2500 Series) and is in wireless mode, Setup checks to see if the HP PSC is configured. (If this is a new installation, the device will not be configured.) If the HP PSC is not configured (configured to something other than the default settings), Setup obtains a list of available wireless networks from the HP PSCs internal networking component. The Select a Network Name screen appears. 21 Select an existing wireless Network Name (SSID) from the list, and then click Next. OR If the Network Name does not appear in the list, select Enter a Network Name, and then click Next. At the Wireless Settings screen, enter the wireless Network Name (SSID) and select a Communication Mode; then click Next. If it is determined that the selected wireless network uses WEP encryption, the Wireless EncryptionWEP screen appears. 22 Enter the WEP key used for encrypting transmissions in the WEP Keys text box, and then click Next. OR If Setup is unable to determine if WEP encryption is being used, you are given the choice to Enable Data Encryption, and enter a WEP key. The HP PSC is dynamically assigned an IP address and the device settings are shown on the Confirm Settings screen.
23 Verify that the settings are correct, and then click Next. The installation software attempts to find your device on the wireless network and verify proper communications. The installation switches your wireless settings back to their original settings. The Verifying Printer Settings screen appears as Setup tries to communicate with the HP PSC using the new settings. This might take several minutes. If Setup is able to communicate with the HP PSC, the Congratulations screen appears. 24 Click Quit. The Installer re-activates and the software installer screen reappears. 25 Click Continue. 26 Follow the instructions provided by the hp all-in-one installer to check and prepare the system, and install drivers, plug-ins, and software. The Congratulations! screen appears. 27 Enable your network interface card (NIC), and reconnect your Internet access. 28 At the Congratulations! screen, click Continue. 29 Select a default paper size for your device, and click Continue. Page 1 of the HP All-in-One Setup Assistant appears. 30 Click Next. 31 On the Select Device screen, select TCP/IP. 32 Select your HP PSC from the list of devices shown and click Next. Fax Setup begins. 33 Follow the instructions provided by the HP All-in-One Setup Assistant and finish Fax Setup. 34 Complete the Print Queue Setup. 35 At the Congratulations screen, click Done. The HP Photo and Imaging Director launches on your desktop.
Automatic Private IP Addressing. With APIPA, DHCP clients can self-configure an IP address and subnet mask when a DHCP server isnt available. When a DHCP client boots up, it first looks for a DHCP server in order to obtain an IP address and subnet mask. If the client is unable to find the information, it uses APIPA to automatically configure itself with an IP address from a range reserved especially for Microsoft. The IP address range is 169.254.0.1 through 169.254.255.254. The client also configures itself with a default class B subnet mask of 255.255.0.0. A client uses the self-configured IP address until a DHCP server becomes available. Common Internet File System. This provides network drive letter access to the photo memory card on the AiO device. The user is allowed to read/write files on the network from the AiO device photo memory card. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server. This is a server that dynamically manages a pool of IP addresses for use on a network or the Internet. When a user logs into the network he is loaned an IP address for the time he is attached to the network. When a user logs off, the IP address is returned to the pool for use by another device.
An electronic means of proving the identity of a network user or device. Certificates contain detailed information about the user's device in a standard format. They are typically issued by a trusted third-party Certificate Authority (CA). Locally administered, or self-signed, certificates are valid in some instances. This is a non-networking connection from the host computer to the AiO device. The connection is usually USB. Extensible Authentication Protocol. wireless network setup EAP using Message Digest algorithm 5. A one-way authentication protocol that authenticates the client using a password protected by the MD5 algorithm. EAP using Transport Level Security. A mutual authentication protocol based on digital certificates. EAP using Tunneled Transport Level Security. A mutual authentication protocol that uses digital certificates for server authentication and passwords for client authentication. For additional security, the authentication exchanges are encapsulated within TLS (Transport Level Security). Encryption encodes the data being sent across the network, making the data unintelligible to eavesdroppers. There are two basic forms of encryption: Static encryption (such as WEP): The same key is used for all devices on the network and the key remains the same for long periods of time. Dynamic encryption (such as WPA): Each device has a different key and all keys change frequently. Note: All devices on the network must use the same form of encryption.
Direct (Local) Connect EAP EAP-MD5
LAN wireless network setup
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. 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.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. This is a communication protocol that defines the way data is passed to network devices. Virtually all modern operating systems offer TCP/IP support, and most large networks rely on TCP/ IP for all their network traffic. Universal Serial Bus. An external bus standard that supports data transfer rates of 12 Mbps. A single USB port can be used to connect up to 127 peripheral devices, such as mice, modems, and keyboards. USB also supports Plug-and-Play installation and hot plugging. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is a IEEE 802.11 static encryption scheme that provides basic access control and data privacy on your wireless network. A WEP key (or network key) is like a shared password that is used to both encrypt and decrypt wireless data communications so that it can be read only by other computers that have the same key. The WEP key is stored on each networked computer so data can be encrypted and decrypted as it is transmitted over radio waves on the wireless network. The following types of WEP encryption can be used on the network: 64-bit: A 5-character or 10-hex-digit WEP key is in use. 128-bit: A 13-character or 26-hex-digit WEP key is in use.
Wireless Fidelity. A term meant to be used generically when referring to any type of 802.11 network, whether 802.11b, 802.11a, dual-band, or other. Any products tested and approved as Wi-Fi Certified are certified as interoperable with each other, even if they are from different manufacturers. Typically, however, any Wi-Fi product using the same radio frequency (2.4GHz for 802.11b or 11g; 5GHz for 802.11a) will work with any other Wi-Fi product, even if not Wi-Fi Certified.
Wireless Network Adapter
how to tell if the instructions in this chapter apply to you
The fax setup instructions in this chapter are intended for parallel-type telephone systems, which are most common in the countries/regions listed in the following table. Check the table on the next page to see if you are located in one of the listed countries/regions. If your country/region is listed, use the instructions in this chapter to complete your fax setup. If your country/region does not appear in this list, you probably have a serial-type telephone system and you should not use the connection instructions in this chapter. In a serial-type telephone system, connect all other telephone equipment (modems, phones, and answering machines) directly to your telephone wall jack. If you are unsure which kind of telephone system you have (parallel or serial), check with your telephone company.
use this chapter if located in one of these countries/regions
Argentina Canada Colombia Indonesia Korea Mexico Portugal Singapore Thailand Vietnam Australia Chile Greece Ireland Latin America Philippines Russia Spain USA Brazil China India Japan Malaysia Poland Saudi Arabia Taiwan Venezuela
how to choose the right fax setup for your office
To fax successfully, you need to know what types of equipment and services (if any) share the same telephone line with your HP PSC. This is important because you might need to connect some of your existing office equipment directly to your HP PSC, and you might also need to change some fax settings before you can fax successfully. To determine the best way to set up the HP PSC in your office, first read through the questions in this section and record your answers. Next, refer to the table in the following section and choose the recommended setup case based on your answers. Be sure to read and answer the following questions in the order they are presented. 1 Do you subscribe to a distinctive ring service through your phone company that provides multiple phone numbers with different ring patterns? ! Yes, I have distinctive ring. ! No. If you answered Yes, proceed directly to case B: faxing with a distinctive ring service on the same line on page 179. You do not need to continue answering questions. If you answered No, please continue answering questions. Not sure if you have distinctive ring? Many phone companies offer a distinctive ring feature that allows you to have several phone numbers on one phone line. When you subscribe to this service, each number will have a different ring patternfor example, single, double, and triple rings. You might assign one phone number with a single ring to your voice calls, and another phone number with double rings to your fax calls. This allows youand your HP PSCto tell the difference between voice and fax calls when the phone rings.
recommended fax setup
Case A: Separate fax line (no voice calls received) Case B: Faxing with a distinctive ring service on the same line Case C: Shared voice/fax line Case D: Fax line shared with PC modem (no voice calls received) Case E: Shared voice/fax line with PC modem Case F: Shared voice/fax line with answering machine Case G: Shared voice/fax line with PC modem and answering machine Case H: Shared voice/fax line with voice mail Case I: Shared voice/fax line with PC modem and voice mail Connect any other equipment as described in the setup case you selected from this table, and then connect a DSL filter as described in faxing from a DSL line on page 190.
case A: separate fax line (no voice calls received)
If you have a separate fax line on which you receive no voice calls, and you have no other equipment connected on this phone line, connect your HP PSC as described in this section.
fax setup Telephone wall jack
Back view of the HP PSC Use the phone cord supplied in the box with your HP PSC
Using the phone cord supplied in the box with your HP PSC, connect one end to your telephone wall jack, then connect the other end to the port labeled 1-LINE on the back of your HP PSC. Caution! If you do not use the supplied cord to connect from the telephone wall jack to your HP PSC, you probably will not be able to fax successfully. This special 2-wire cord is different from the more common 4-wire phone cords you might already have in your office. For more information about how to tell the difference between the cords, see I have difficulties when sending faxes and when receiving faxes on page 220.
(Optional) Change the Rings to Answer setting to 1 ring or 2 rings. For information on how to change this setting, see set number of rings before answering on page 61.
how your hp psc will answer fax calls
When the phone rings, your HP PSC will answer automatically after the number of rings you set in the Rings to Answer setting. Then it will begin emitting fax reception tones to the sending fax machine and receive the fax.
case B: faxing with a distinctive ring service on the same line
If you subscribe to a distinctive ring service through your phone company that allows you to have multiple phone numbers on one phone line, each with a different ring pattern, connect your HP PSC as described in this section.
chapter 16 Telephone wall jack
to uninstall from a Windows computer, method 1 a. Disconnect your HP PSC from your computer. b. On the Windows task bar, click Start, Programs All Programs (XP), Hewlett-Packard, hp psc 2500 series, uninstall software. c. Follow the directions on the screen. d. If you are asked whether you would like to remove shared files, click No. e. Other programs that use these files might not work properly if the files are deleted. f. Restart your computer. Note: It is important that you disconnect your HP PSC before restarting your computer. g. To reinstall the software, insert the HP PSC 2500 Series CD-ROM into your computers CD-ROM drive, and follow the instructions that appear on the screen. h. After the software is installed, connect the HP PSC to your computer. Turn on the HP PSC using the On button. To continue with the installation, follow the onscreen instructions and the instructions provided in the Setup Poster that came with your HP PSC. After connecting and turning on your HP PSC, you might have to wait several minutes for all of the Plug and Play events to complete. When the software installation is complete, you will see a Status Monitor icon in the System Tray. i. To verify that the software is properly installed, double-click the HP Director icon on the desktop. If the HP Director shows the key icons (scan picture, scan document, send fax, and HP Gallery), the software has been properly installed.
to uninstall from a Windows computer, method 2 Use this method if uninstall software is not available in the Start menu. a. On the Windows task bar, click Start, Settings, Control Panel. b. Double-click Add/Remove Programs. c. Select HP PSC & Officejet & OfficeJet 3.0, and then click Change/ Remove. d. Follow the onscreen directions. e. Reboot your computer. f. Launch setup and follow the directions for reinstall. to uninstall from a Windows computer, method 3 This is an alternate method if uninstall software is not available in the Start menu. a. Run the HP PSC 2500 Series software Setup program. b. Select Uninstall and follow the onscreen directions. c. Reboot your computer. d. Run the HP PSC 2500 Series software Setup program again. e. Launch Reinstall and follow the onscreen instructions. to uninstall from a Macintosh computer a. Disconnect the HP PSC from your Macintosh. b. Double-click the Applications:HP All-in-One Software folder.
c. Double-click HP Uninstaller. d. Follow the onscreen instructions. e. After the software is uninstalled, disconnect your HP PSC, and restart your computer. f. To reinstall the software, insert the HP PSC 2500 Series CD-ROM into your computers CD-ROM drive. Note: When reinstalling the software, follow the instructions in the Setup Poster. Do not connect the HP PSC to your computer until after you have completed the software installation. g. On the desktop, open the CD-ROM, double-click hp all-in-one installer, and follow the instructions that appear. the fax wizard does not start Launch the fax wizard as follows: Start the HP Director. For more information, see use the hp director software to do more with your hp psc on page 6. Click the Settings menu, select Fax Settings and Setup, then select Fax Setup Wizard.
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