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hp officejet d series
Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 2001 All rights are reserved. No part of the document may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated to another language without the prior written consent of Hewlett-Packard Company. Portions Copyright 1989-2001 Palomar Software Inc. The HP OfficeJet D Series includes printer driver technology licensed from Palomar Software, Inc. www.palomar.com Copyright 1999-2001 Apple Computer, Inc. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, Mac logo, Macintosh, and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Publication number: C7296-90329 First edition: September 2001 Printed in U.S.A., Mexico, Germany, Singapore, or China Windows, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 are U.S.-registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
The Hewlett-Packard Company shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages in connection with, or arising out of the furnishing, performance, or use of this document and the program material which it describes. Note: Regulatory information can be found in the Technical information section of the Support and Specifications Booklet.
safety information Warning! To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this product to rain or any type of moisture.
Always follow basic safety precautions when using this product to reduce risk of injury from fire or electric shock.
It is not lawful in many places to make copies of the following items. When in doubt, check with a legal representative first. Governmental paper or documents: - Passports - Immigration papers - Selective service papers - Identification badges, cards, or insignias Governmental stamps: - Postage stamps - Food stamps Checks or drafts drawn on Governmental agencies Paper currency, travelers checks, or money orders Certificates of deposit Copyrighted works
WARNING: potential shock hazard
Read and understand all instructions in the setup poster. Use only a grounded electrical outlet when connecting the unit to a power source. If you do not know whether the outlet is grounded, check with a qualified electrician. Observe all warnings and instructions marked on the product. Unplug this product from wall outlets 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 the line cord, and where the line cord will not be damaged. If the product does not operate normally, see the online Troubleshooting help. No operator-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by the Hewlett-Packard Company. Hewlett-Packard assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document, nor does it make expressed or implied warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
10 Use in a well-ventilated area.
1 setup. 1
set up your officejet for network use. connect your hp jetdirect to your computer. install your hp officejet software on a windows computer. select a networked computer from the front panel. set up for the hp jetdirect on windows and macintosh computers. print a configuration page. 3 6
2 printer sharing. 7
set up for simple sharing. set up for printer sharing on a network. understand printer sharing on networks set up the host. set up a point-and-print client. set up a peer-to-peer client.. 7. 8. 8. 10
3 troubleshooting. 13
troubleshooting scenarios. dhcp overview. dynamic allocation of ip addresses. effects of dynamic ip addresses and the hp officejet. assign a static ip address for windows computers. automatic assignment of a static IP. other sources for help. glossary of terms. 19 19
The HP JetDirect 200m print server connector (HP JetDirect) comes as standard equipment with the HP OfficeJet D Series d155xi (HP OfficeJet) model and can be purchased as an accessory for all other models. See the Support and Specifications booklet for accessory information. The HP JetDirect allows all functions to be shared across the network: printing, scanning, photo upload, faxing and copying. There are two parts to setting up your HP OfficeJet for use on a network. First, connect your HP OfficeJet to your computer with the print server connector. Second, install the HP OfficeJet software. If you previously set up your HP OfficeJet for local use, you will need to uninstall the software before proceeding.
set up your officejet for network use
Your HP OfficeJet can be connected to your network with your network cable and a HP JetDirect 200m print server connector.
connect your hp jetdirect to your computer
Remove the cover from the port on the back of your HP OfficeJet. Attach your network cable to your HP JetDirect and plug the HP JetDirect into the port on the back of your HP OfficeJet.
connect the hp jetdirect 200m print server connector to your computer
hp officejet d series When the connector status light is lit in a solid green state it is on and ready. It may take a few moments for your HP OfficeJet network settings to become active and available for use.
Attach the HP JetDirect cable to your network hub, tap, or outlet. Your HP JetDirect and network cable must be attached to your HP OfficeJet before proceeding to front panel setup. The Network Setup menu option will be available only after the HP JetDirect is attached.
Should you need to disconnect your HP JetDirect from the HP OfficeJet, depress the buttons found on the top and bottom of the connector and pull the connector straight out. You may need to disconnect the power cord to access the lower button on the connector.
install your hp officejet software on a windows computer
These instructions are for Windows computers only.
If you have an HP OfficeJet D 155xi refer to your Setup poster for instructions on installing the HP OfficeJet software. For all other models for network installation it is recommended you make the following selections during the software installation: Search the network for devices and choose from a list of discovered devices, then press Next. Select the HP OfficeJet from the device list, then press Next. Do network settings for me, then press Next. Follow the instructions on the remaining install screens.
select a networked computer from the front panel
The HP OfficeJet allows you to send information to any computer on the network that has the HP OfficeJet software installed when using the Scan To and Photo Card, Save to PC features. Use the following steps before turning on the networked computers to ensure that they appear on the HP OfficeJet front panel: These steps must be followed before turning on the networked computers.
Confirm that the HP OfficeJet is turned on. Confirm that your HP OfficeJet is attached to the network. Confirm that your HP OfficeJet and your computer can communicate over the network. If your HP OfficeJet is not turned on prior to powering on your computer, you may not be able to select your computer from the front panel. It is recommended that steps 1, 2 & 3 be in place when you shut down your computer.
set up for the hp jetdirect on windows and macintosh computers
These instructions Windows and Macintosh computers. For Windows computers it is recommended that you let the software installation automatically make these settings for you. For Macintosh computers, use the steps that follow to set up a static IP address. Caution! These instructions are for advances users, such as Network Administrators only. front panel ip address assignment using non-dhcp For best performance, use non-DHCP as the setup method. Using DHCP can reduce the performance of your HP OfficeJet and make it difficult for the computers on your network to find the HP OfficeJet. This is because the IP Address of the HP OfficeJet may change from day to day with the DHCP configuration.
Press Menu, and then press 8. This selects the Network Setup menu. Wait until the JETDIRECT MENU appears and press Enter. CFG NETWORK: 1=YES, 2=NO appears, press 1.
hp officejet d series If you press 2 for NO, a message indicating Settings Saved will appear and the Network Setup menu will be exited. IPX ON/OFF appears.
to select OFF and then press Enter. IPX is not supported and should not be selected.
TCP/IP ON/OFF appears.
to select ON and then press Enter. TCP/IP is the only supported protocol for Windows computers and must be selected.
ATALK ON/OFF appears. This setting only applies to Macintosh computers.
Press to select ON and then press Enter. ON is the recommended setting for Macintosh computers. CONFIG TCP/IP: 1=YES, 2= NO appears. Do one of the following: press 1 if you wish to configure TCP/IP. BOOTP ON/OFF appears. Go to step 8. press 2 for if you do not wish to configure TCP/IP. Go to step 15. Press to select OFF for BOOTP, then press Enter. Caution! It is recommended that you not use BOOTP. DHCP ON/OFF appears.
to select OFF for DHCP then press Enter
Caution! It is recommended that you not use DHCP. The dynamic assignment of IP addresses may result in other computers on the network being unable to find the HP OfficeJet. A static IP address assignment is preferred. IP:0.0.0.0 or the current value appears. If this is not a valid IP address for your network, go to step 10.
10 Enter your IP address using the numeric keypad and then press Enter.
SUBNET MASK: 255.0.0.0 or the current value appears. This may not be a valid Subnet Mask for your network. If this is not a valid Subnet Mask, go to step 11.
11 Enter your Subnet Mask value using the numeric keypad and then
press Enter. DEFAULT GATEWAY appears.
12 Enter your Gateway value using the numeric keypad and then press
Enter. SYSLOG appears.
13 Enter your SysLog Server value using the numeric keypad and then
press Enter. TIMEOUT 270 appears
to delete the default the idle time-out period value. Use the numeric keypad to enter a new value. Press Enter. CFG LINK 1=YES, 2=NO appears
15 Press 1 to configure the 10/100 Link speed.
If you select 2 for NO, the Settings Saved message will appear and the Network Setup Menu will be exited. If you select 1 for YES, the following options will appear: LINK: AUTO 10T HALF 10T FULL 100TX HALF 100TX FULL
to select the setting which is appropriate for your network and then press Enter. Settings Saved will appear and the Network Setup menu will be exited.
print a configuration page
Your HP JetDirect prints a configuration page when you press the report button on the HP JetDirect. The configuration page provides useful information regarding the print server configuration, network statistics, and other important network setting information. to print a configuration page. 1 Press the report button on the HP JetDirect.
print report button on the hp jetdirect
set up for simple sharing
Your HP OfficeJet D Series (HP OfficeJet) can be shared by two different computers by having both computers connected directly to the HP OfficeJet. Both computers must have the HP OfficeJet software installed. The supported communication configurations are listed below. For more information on parallel and USB communication refer to the Additional Setup section of the HP OfficeJet D Series Onscreen Users Guide.
hp jetdirect 200m print server connector(HP JetDirect) and USB cable parallel cable adapter and USB (Windows only) Caution! A single computer cannot be connected to a specific HP OfficeJet with more than one communication type simultaneously. For example you cannot be connected to the HP OfficeJet with a USB and a Network cable from the same computer. There can be up to 10 client computers on the network portion of the HP JetDirect.
Simple Sharing is supported by connecting to the HP OfficeJet in one of the following configurations: HP OfficeJet to two Windows computers or HP OfficeJet to two Macintosh computers. You cannot mix platforms, i.e. having the HP OfficeJet connected to a Windows computer and a Macintosh.
simple sharing with the hp jetdirect and usb
set up for printer sharing on a network
If your computer is on a network, and another computer on the network has an HP OfficeJet D Series (HP OfficeJet) connected to it via USB or Parallel, you can use that unit as your printer using Windows sharing. The only function you can perform from clients is printing, all other functions must be done at the host.
printer sharing on a network
understand printer sharing on networks
A point-and-print network refers to an environment where two or more computers (Windows 98/2000 or ME) equally share a single resource such as your HP OfficeJet, and the client computer automatically downloads the required software from the host computer. If your network uses a Windows 98 computer as the host and you have Windows 2000 or Windows ME clients, you must use a peer-to-peer network configuration instead. A peer-to-peer network is the same as a point-and-print network, except that the software must be manually installed on each Windows 2000 client.
hp officejet d series Before you can set up printer sharing, a local area network (LAN) must already exist, and each computer must meet the minimum system requirements for connection to a LAN: Have a properly configured network card Be a client or host for Microsoft networks Have basic network services and protocols Have the proper network adapter Have LAN access
Setup the host first, then follow the steps in set up a point-and-print client on page 10 or set up a peer-to-peer client on page 10.
set up the host
If you are using Windows 2000, you must have administrative rights to your computer to set up a Windows 2000 host for network printing. For more information, see your Windows 2000 documentation or your system administrator.
Install the HP OfficeJet software on the host, as described in the setup poster. If you are using Windows 98 as your host, perform the following steps before continuing. On the Windows desktop, right-click Network Neighborhood, and then choose Properties. On the Configuration tab, click File and Print Sharing. Select the check boxes for the sharing options you want. Click OK to store your changes, and then click OK again to exit the File and Print Sharing dialog box. Restart the computer. On the Windows taskbar, click Start, point to Settings, and choose Printers. Right-click the HP OfficeJet icon, and choose Sharing.
10 The Properties dialog box appears, with the Sharing tab visible. 11 Click the Sharing option. 12 In the Share Name field, type a name for the HP OfficeJet if you do
not want to use the default name.
13 Note the share name. You will need it to set up client computers. 14 If you are setting up a Windows 2000 or ME host that supports
Windows 98 clients, complete the following steps before continuing.
15 Click Additional drivers, and then click Windows 98. 16 After the message instructing you to insert the floppy disk appears,
click OK, and insert the HP OfficeJet CD into your computers CD-ROM drive.
17 In the Printer Drivers for Windows 98 dialog box, click Browse, open
the drivers folder, open the Win98 folder, open the appropriate language folder, and then double-click the hpop9804.inf file. This allows the Windows 2000 host to load the correct driver to a Windows 98 client.
18 Click OK to close the dialog box and store your changes. set up a pointand-print client
Follow these steps to install the printing software on each client for following configurations: Windows 98 host with only Windows 98 clients. Windows 98 host with only Windows ME clients. Windows 2000 host with Windows 98 and/or 2000 clients. Windows 2000 host with Windows ME, 98 and/or 2000 clients. To setup a Windows 2000 client Windows 98
host you must set up a peer to peer client configuration. For instructions on this set up see, set up a peer-to-peer client on page 2 3
Set up the host using the steps in set up the host on page 9. On the Windows desktop, double-click Network Neighborhood. Find the name of the host that the HP OfficeJet is directly connected to, and double-click its icon. The host window appears showing shared devices, including the HP OfficeJets share name.
Double click the HP OfficeJets share name. After the setup message Before you can use the printer. appears, click Yes, and then wait several moments while the client computer establishes a connection to the unit. After connecting to the shared unit, the HP OfficeJet window appears.
set up a peer-topeer client
If you are using a configuration that includes a Windows 98 host with a Windows 2000, follow these steps to install the printing software on each Windows 2000 client.
Set up the host by following the steps outlined earlier in set up the host on page 9. On the client, in the first Add Printer Wizard dialog box, click Next, and then choose Local Printer. In the next dialog box, click Create a new port (Windows 2000). In the Printer Ports dialog box, choose Local Port, and click New Port. In the Port Name dialog box, type in the name of the host to which your unit is connected and the share name assigned to the printer.
Click OK to store your changes, and then click Close on the Printer Ports dialog box. Click Have Disk and insert the HP OfficeJet CD into your computers CD drive. If the software installation menu appears, click Quit. Change the name of the drive letter to point to your CD drive, and then click Browse. the Win2000 folder, and double-click the hpop2k04.inf file.
10 In the Locate File dialog box, open the drivers folder, and then open 11 In the Install From Disk dialog box, click OK. 12 If another message appears, point to the same location on the
CD-ROM, and then click OK.
13 Select hp officejet d series, click Next, and then click Next again. 14 Select Not shared and then click Next. 15 Select Yes to print a test page, and then click Finish. 16 If your test page printed correctly, click Yes.
This section contains troubleshooting tips for some of the most common issues associated with networking and your HP OfficeJet D Series (HP OfficeJet) unit. It is strongly recommended that a static IP address be used when installing your HP OfficeJet for network use. DHCP allocation of IP addresses for the HP OfficeJet can cause computers on the network to be unable to locate the HP Officejet and can cause inconsistent performance of the HP OfficeJet program. For more information on DHCP see dhcp overview on page 16. For more information on troubleshooting, see other sources for help on page 19.
Symptom Possible Cause/Resolutions
Nothing shows in the Network may be down. status dialog box The OfficeJet is not turned on. Ensure that the power is on. The OfficeJet was configured with DHCP addressing and a new IP address was assigned. See assign a static ip address for windows computers on page 17 for information on resolving DHCP issues. Original IP address lease may have expired and a new IP address has been assigned to the HP OfficeJet. See your network administrator for a new IP address assignment. Message appears on The network cable may not be properly connected to the HP JetDirect. Ensure that the network cable is securely the Director screen, connected to the HP JetDirect. stating that your computer cannot find The HP JetDirect may not be properly connected to the the HP OfficeJet HP OfficeJet. Ensure that the HP JetDirect is securely attached to the port on your HP OfficeJet. The network cable may have become unplugged from the wall or hub. Ensure that your network cable is securely connected into your network jack. The OfficeJet is not powered on. Ensure that the OfficeJet is turned on and that the power cord is plugged in securely to the back of the unit and to your power source. When you press the Scan To button on the HP OfficeJet, the name of a computer you wish to scan to does not appear Your HP OfficeJet may have been powered off when your computer was turned on. Your HP OfficeJet should be powered on, connected to the network and able to communicate with the computer when the computer is powered on. Restart the HP OfficeJet software on your computer by right clicking the HP OfficeJet icon in the system tray and selecting Close. Double click the HP OfficeJet icon on the desktop to restart the software. When the HP OfficeJet icon appears in the system tray, retry your task. If restarting is unsuccessful, then shut down your computer and turn it off. Turn off your HP OfficeJet. Turn on your HP OfficeJet and ensure that it is fully initialized and communicating to the network before restarting your computer. When the HP OfficeJet icon appears in the system tray of your computer, retry your task.
When you press the Scan To button on the HP OfficeJet, the name of a computer you wish to scan to does not appear and you see one of the following on the front panel: HP software on computer needed to setup Scan To. Press Enter to continue. Applications for the computer connected via USB to your HP OfficeJet.
Your HP OfficeJet may have been powered off when your computer was turned on. Your HP OfficeJet should be powered on, connected to the network and able to communicate with the computer when the computer is powered on. Restart the HP OfficeJet software on your computer by right clicking the HP OfficeJet icon in the system tray and selecting Close. Double click the HP OfficeJet icon on the desktop to restart the software. When the HP OfficeJet icon appears in the system tray, retry your task. If restarting is unsuccessful, then shut down your computer and turn it off. Turn off your HP OfficeJet. Turn on your HP OfficeJet and ensure that it is fully initialized and communicating to the network before restarting your computer. When the HP OfficeJet icon appears in the system tray of your computer, retry your task.
When initiating a Scan To or Photo Upload, the front panel displays a message indicating No connection. Connect the computer, turn on the computer or install HP Software. Press Enter to continue.
The Network may be down. The OfficeJet was configured with DHCP addressing and a new IP address was assigned. See assign a static ip address for windows computers on page 17 for information on resolving DHCP issues. Original IP address lease may have expired and a new IP address has been assigned to the HP OfficeJet. See your network administrator for a new IP address assignment. The network cable may not be properly connected to the HP JetDirect. Ensure that the network cable is securely connected to the HP JetDirect. The network cable may have become unplugged from the wall or hub. Ensure that your network cable is securely connected into your network jack. Your HP OfficeJet may have been powered off when your computer was turned on. Your HP OfficeJet should be powered on, connected to the network and able to communicate with the computer when the computer is powered on. Restart the HP OfficeJet software on your computer by right clicking the HP OfficeJet icon in the system tray and selecting Close. Double click the HP OfficeJet icon on the desktop to restart the software. When the HP OfficeJet icon appears in the system tray, retry your task. If restarting is unsuccessful, then shut down your computer and turn it off. Turn off your HP OfficeJet. Turn on your HP OfficeJet and ensure that it is fully initialized and communicating to the network before restarting your computer. When the HP OfficeJet icon appears in the system tray of your computer, retry your task.
dynamic allocation of ip addresses
In dynamic address allocation, IP addresses are monitored with a computer called a DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) server. This server keeps the IP addresses in a pool and, when a user requests a connection to the network, the DHCP server provides an IP address from the pool. This IP address is a temporary assignment. As long as only a portion of the networks users are connected to the network at the same time, the DHCP server can make its allocation of IP addresses serve a greater number of users than it could otherwise. (This effect is limited by the tendency for users
hp officejet d series to stay connected to the network all the time. Nonetheless, dynamic address allocation allows the network to get greater use out of its IP address allocation.)
effects of dynamic ip addresses and the hp officejet
Dynamic IP addresses change. If you turn off your computers and HP OfficeJet at the end of the day and turn them back again at the start of the next day, the DHCP server may assign them different IP addresses. However, the printer configurations in the computers are static the computers expect the HP OfficeJet to be at the same address that worked previously. If the HP OfficeJet has a new IP address of 10.1.1.2 and the computer still thinks the HP OfficeJet is at 10.1.1.3, the computer cannot find the HP OfficeJet when it sends out a print job.
assign a static ip address for windows computers
automatic assignment of a static IP
The installation software for the HP JetDirect can automatically assign a static IP address as long as the HP JetDirect does not obtain an dynamic (DHCP) address. to assign a static ip address. 1 Boot up the computers in the normal way, so that they acquire IP addresses as usual from the DHCP server.
Turn off the DHCP server so that the HP JetDirect cannot get an IP address via DHCP by disconnecting your cable/DSL modem or DHCP from the network Reset the HP JetDirect to set its factory default configuration (with no DHCP address). Unplug the power cord to HP OfficeJet. Plug the power cord back in while holding in the HP JetDirects report button. The HP JetDirect will try to find a DHCP server; after about three minutes of no DHCP response, the HP JetDirect will default to a static IP address of 188.8.131.52. Print a Configuration Page to confirm the IP address is set to the default of 184.108.40.206. Press the report button on the HP JetDirect. For more information see print a configuration page on page 6 Be sure to wait until IP address is 220.127.116.11 before proceeding. If it remains set to 0.0.0.0, check the network cable connection to the JetDirect and to the network is secure. If some other address appears repeat steps 3 and 4 until the default address appears.
Start the software installation using the OfficeJet D CD.
hp officejet d series During the installation be sure to select the following options: Search the network for devices and choose from a list of discovered devices, then press Next. Select the HP OfficeJet from the device list, then press Next Do network settings for me, then press Next. Follow the instructions on the remaining install screens. The software will pick an IP address in the private 169.254.x.x range (not available on the open Internet) and permanently assign it to the HP JetDirect. It will also set up a static route to that address in the computers printer configuration.
Turn the DHCP server back on by turning on the DHCP server by connecting your cable/DSL modem or DHCP to the network Because the HP JetDirect now has a permanent static IP address, it will no longer try to use DHCP server to get an address. Install the HP OfficeJet software on the other computers on the network who will be using the HP OfficeJet. The installation software will discover the HP JetDirect at the 169.254.x.x address, and will add the static IP address in each computers printer configuration.
other sources for help
To access troubleshooting information, go to the Director, click Help, then choose Troubleshooting. Troubleshooting is also available via the Help button that appears on some error messages. To access the Onscreen Userss Guide go to the Director, click Help, then choose Users Guide. If you have Internet access, you can get help from the HP website at: www.officejetsupport.com The website also provides answers to frequently-asked questions. See your HP JetDirect CD. See your HP JetDirect CD. See your HP JetDirect CD.
Onscreen Users Guide Internet help and technical support
HP JetDirect Users Guide HP JetDirect Troubleshooting Networking Basics
glossary of terms
ATALK BOOTP DHCP Server
ATALK is an acronym for AppleTalk which is a Local Area Network architecture that is used by all Macintosh computers. Is a bootstrap protocol used to automatically download IP address and other TCP/IP parameters from a network server. DHCP is an acronym for dynamic host configuration protocol. 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 they are loaned an IP address for the time they are attached to the network. When a user logs off, the IP address is returned to the pool for use by another device. A router or computer that connects two dissimilar networks. When networks are divided into subnets, gateways are often used to isolate one subnet from another to control network traffic.
Each computer that connects to a network or the internet, must have a unique address. A connection to the internet provided by an Internet Service Provider (ISP) uses a standard protocol called Internet Protocol (IP), this protocol is also used on internal networks. IP address numbers are in the form x.x.x.x - for example, 169.254.100.2 A Local Area Network (LAN) is a group of computers that are connected via network cable, telephone lines and radio waves in order to share resources such printers and data. Each computer is set up to print directly to a printer. A dedicated Server computer is not used to control print jobs to the printer. A protocol is a predefined set of rules and conventions for handling data. A computer on a network that manages network resources. A network may have a number of different server types. For example a print server manages one or more printers, a file server is a storage device dedicated to storing and managing files, network server manages network traffic a A subnet is a mechanism used to divide a TCP/IP network into subnets. Subnetting allows more efficient use of a large network. The subnet mask identifies a segment within a network. TCP/IP is an acronym for Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Protocol. This is a communication protocol that defines the way data is passed to network devices.
assign a static ip address on windows computers 17
effects of dynamic IP addresses 17
non-dhcp set up for ip address 3
cannot find hp officejet 14 communication problem 14 configuration page 6 connect the JetDirect to the computer 1
glossary of terms 19
peer to peer client 10 Peer to Peer networking 8 point and print client 10 Point and Print Networking 8 printer sharing setup 8
DHCP Overview 16 dynamic allocation of IP addresses 16
Macintosh computer ip address assignment 3 Manual assignment of a static IP address 19
select a networked printer 3 set up the host 9 setup 1 software installation 2
Troubleshooting scenarios 14
Visit the hp officejet information center
It has everything you need to get the most value from your HP OfficeJet. Technical Support Supplies and Ordering Information Project Tips Ways to Enhance Your Product
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Support and Specifications booklet
To access troubleshooting information, go to the Director, click Help, then choose Troubleshooting. Troubleshooting is also available via the Help button that appears on some error messages. If you have Internet access, you can get help from the HP website at: www.officejetsupport.com The website also provides answers to frequently-asked questions. After you install your software, you can access the Readme file from either the HP OfficeJet D Series CD-ROM or the HP OfficeJet D Series program folder. To access the Readme file, do the following: For Windows: go to the Windows taskbar, click Start, point to Programs or All Programs (XP), point to Hewlett-Packard, point to HP OfficeJet D Series, and then choose View the Readme File. For Macintosh: go to the HD:Applications:HP OfficeJet Software folder. For Windows: Clicking Help in a dialog box displays information about options and settings within the dialog box.
win mac X
Internet help and technical support
To get help while working in a dialog box, click Help.
The Accessories guide provides information on attaching and setting up the HP 250-sheet plain paper tray, as well as how to load paper into it. It also includes information about the two-sided printing accessory.
You can perform many functions using either the front panel or the HP OfficeJet software. Even if you do not connect your HP OfficeJet to a computer, you can use the front panel to copy or print documents. You can change a wide variety of settings using the front-panel buttons and menu system.
This brief tutorial teaches you how to use your HP OfficeJet to make a copy, adjust copy settings, and change settings. This is not a comprehensive tutorial; its purpose is to familiarize you with the front panel and the different buttons. It should take about ten minutes to complete the tutorial, after which you can experiment on your own. We highly recommend that you take this tutorial before you start using your HP OfficeJet for daily tasks. Review the table of contents or the index to find out about the other frontpanel tasks covered in this Reference Guide.
Scan To: use to access a list of software programs that an image can be scanned to. You must configure the Scan To list using the HP OfficeJet software on the PC prior to using this feature. On: turns the HP OfficeJet on and off. Quality: use to select the quality of the copy from Best, Normal, or Fast. Start Scan: use to start the scan of an original from the ADF or the glass to the designated Scan To destination. If no change was made to the Scan To destination, the image will be scanned to the HP Photo View Center (Windows) or HP Scan Window (Macintosh) if the HP OfficeJet software is installed. Start Copy - Black: use to start a black and white copy. Start Copy - Color: use to start a color copy.
use your hp officejet with a computer
If you installed the HP OfficeJet software on your computer according to the Setup Poster, you can access all the features of the HP OfficeJet using the HP Director.
review the hp director
The HP Director is available through the desktop shortcut. For Windows Users: Do one of the following: Double-click the HP OfficeJet D Series shortcut on the Windows desktop. In the Windows taskbar, click Start, point to Programs or All Programs (XP), point to Hewlett-Packard, choose HP OfficeJet D Series, then choose HP Director.
For Macintosh Users: Double-click the HP Director icon on the desktop. See the HP OfficeJet D Series: onscreen Users Guide for comprehensive onscreen information about the Director. For Windows Users: Go to the HP Director, click Help, and then choose Users Guide. For Macintosh Users: Go to the HP Director, click Tools, and then choose View Onscreen Guide. The following figure shows some of the features available through the HP Director for Windows.
the director for microsoft windows operating systems
Help: provides access to onscreen assistance in the form of an onscreen Users Guide, Troubleshooting, Product Tour, Director Help, and information about your HP OfficeJet. Settings: displays dialog boxes that allow you to view or change various settings for print, scan, copy, Director, and maintenance. Scan Picture: scans a picture and displays it in the HP Photo View Center after first previewing it in the HP Image Viewer. Copy: displays the Copy dialog box where you can select the paper type, number of copies, the color, the size, the Creative Copy features, and start a copy. View Images: displays the Photo View Center, where you can view and edit images, use creative printing, make and print a photo album, print or e-mail an image, upload an image to the web, or save an image. Scan Document: scans the document and displays it in the HP Image Viewer for previewing. After you accept the preview, the document is scanned into the text editing program that you have set up. OfficeJetWeb: launches your browser and accesses the HP OfficeJet website. Status: displays the status window.
to scan an original from your Macintosh computer 1 Load your original on the glass or in the automatic document feeder (ADF). For more information, see load originals on page 13.
Press Start Scan. A scan of the original appears in the HP Scan Window. In the HP Scan Window, you can preview the image, change the image type, and select a different destination. Select a destination, then click Send Now!. The HP OfficeJet does a final scan of the original and sends the image to the HP Workplace. See the onscreen Users Guide for more information about using the HP Workplace.
scan to a different software program
If you prefer to scan your document to a software program other than the HP Photo View Center or HP Workplace, you can choose a different program from the Scan To list that appears in the front-panel display. The HP OfficeJet scans the document, launches the selected software program, and displays the scanned image in that program.
Load your original. For more information, see load originals on page 13. Press Scan to then press to scroll through the Scan To list until the desired scan-to software program appears. If you have more than one computer networked to the HP OfficeJet, you see a list of computers that have the HP OfficeJet software installed on them. Press to scroll through the Scan To list until the desired scan-to software program appears. Press Start Scan to begin the scan. The HP OfficeJet scans your original and displays it in the selected software program.
You can stop a scan by pressing the Cancel button located on the front panel.
See the scanning section in the onscreen Users Guide to learn more about: Scanning text Scanning from a software program Editing scanned images Changing scan settings Change the scan-to settings for scanning text or images Scanning to a brochure or flyer
use the copy features
The copy features let you do the following: Produce high-quality color and black-and-white copies using a variety of paper types and sizes, including iron-on transfers. Reduce or enlarge the size of the copies you make from 25% to 400% of the copys original size. (Percentages may vary between models.) Make the copy lighter or darker, adjust the color intensity, select the number of copies, and specify the quality of the copies you make. Use special copying features to create a poster, make many sizes of photos, make high-quality copies of photos using special photo paper, or to create transparencies. Make two-sided copies or copy from two-sided documents.
3 make copies lighter or darker
Use Lighter/Darker to adjust the lightness and darkness of the copies you make.
Press Lighter/Darker. Press to lighten the copy or to darken it. The circle moves to the left or right, depending on the button you press. Press Start Copy, Black or Start Copy, Color.
change color intensity
You can adjust color intensity to make colors on your copy more vivid or more subtle.
Press Menu. Press 1 and then press 3. This selects Copy Setup, and then selects Color Intensity. Press to make the image more pale or to make the image more vivid. The range of color intensity values appears as a circle on a scale on the front-panel display. Press Start Copy, Black or Start Copy, Color.
4 enhance text sharpness and photo colors
Use Text enhancements to sharpen edges of black text. Use Photo for photographs or pictures to enhance light colors that may otherwise appear white. Text enhancement is the default option. You can turn off Text enhancement by selecting Photo or None if the following occur: Stray dots of color surround some text on your copies. Large, black typefaces look splotchy (not smooth). Thin, colored objects or lines contain black sections. Horizontal grainy or white bands appear in light- to medium-gray areas. Press Menu. Press 1, then press 1. This selects Copy Setup, and then selects Enhancements. Press until the desired enhancement (Text, Photo, Text and Photo, or None) appears. Press Start Copy, Black or Start Copy, Color.
set the number of copies
You can set the number of copies using the front panel.
Press Number of Copies. Press until the desired number of copies appear, or use the keypad to enter the desired number of copies. Press Start Copy, Black or Start Copy, Color.
change settings for all copy tasks
Save the copy settings you use most often by setting them as the default. This includes changes to Copy Setup options in the menu system, as well as other Copy area settings.
Make any desired changes to the Copy Setup options. Make any desired changes to the button settings in the Copy Area. Press Menu.
Press 1, then press 4. This selects Copy Setup, and then selects Set Copy Defaults. Your settings are saved.
perform special copy jobs
In addition to supporting standard copying, your HP OfficeJet can also do the following: copy a photo fit a copy to the page print several copies on one page print two originals on one page shift image to increase the margin make two-sided copies make a poster prepare a color t-shirt transfer Load the photo on the glass. If you are using photo paper, you must load it in the main paper tray. If you have the HP 250-sheet plain paper tray, do not load photo paper into that tray. Press TraySelect/Paper Type until the Upper Tray is selected, as shown by the dot. If you do not have the HP 250-sheet plain paper tray, the upper tray (main tray) is selected by default. When Upper Tray is selected, press until the desired photo paper option appears, then press Enter to select it. For more information, see recommended paper-type settings for copying in the onscreen Users Guide. Tip! To enlarge a photo automatically to a full page, press Special Features until Fit to Page appears, then press Enter. For more information, see below.
The MarginShift feature lets you shift the image to the left or right to increase the margin for binding. You can also adjust the reduction/enlargement percentage in this mode by entering a number on the numeric keypad.
Load the original on the glass or in the ADF. Press Special Features until MarginShift 100% appears. Press or to shift the margin to the left or to the right. Each step is a -inch (6.35 mm) shift. If you wish to change the reduction/enlargement percentage as well, enter a number using the keypad, then press Enter. Tip! If you do not wish to change the reduction/enlargement percentage, press Enter after you have selected the amount of MarginShift you want.
5 make two-sided copies
Press Start Copy, Black or Start Copy, Color.
The Two-Sided Copy button on the front panel lets you automatically make two-sided copies from single-sided or double-sided originals that are letteror A4-sized. You can make two-sided copies automatically only if your HP OfficeJet has an HP two-sided printing accessory. The two-sided printing accessory is standard equipment with some models or can be purchased separately.
Load your letter- or A4-sized originals in the ADF. You cannot make two-sided copies from legal-sized originals loaded in the automatic document feeder (ADF). Press the Two-Sided Copy button. Choose one of the following by pressing until the desired setting appears and then press Enter. 1-sided original, 1-sided copy This option produces a standard single-sided copy from a single-sided original. 1-sided original, 2-sided copy
This option takes 2 single-sided originals and produces a two-sided copy. 2-sided original, 1-sided copy This option produces single-sided copies of a two-sided original. 2-sided original, 2-sided copy This option produces a two-sided copy from a two-sided original.
4 make a poster
When you use the Poster feature you divide your original into sections, then enlarge the sections so you can assemble them into a poster.
Tip! You can print a poster from a file on your computer. For more information, see print a poster in the onscreen Users Guide.
Load the original on the glass. Tip! You cannot use the automatic document feeder (ADF) when making a poster.
Load the appropriate paper in the main tray. Press Special Features until Poster appears. The option Poster 2 pages Wide appears by default. Press to select how wide you want the poster to be. Press Enter to confirm your selection. Press Start Copy, Black or Start Copy, Color. Tip! After you select the poster width, the HP OfficeJet adjusts the length automatically to maintain the proportions of the original. If the original cannot be enlarged to the selected poster size, 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.
prepare a color t-shirt transfer
Use the Iron-On feature to reverse text and images so that they appear backwards. After you iron a transfer onto a T-shirt, the picture appears properly on the shirt.
Tip! We recommend that you practice applying a T-shirt transfer on an old garment first.
Load the original on the glass or in the ADF. Load the T-shirt transfer paper in the main tray. Press TraySelect/Paper Type until the Upper Tray is selected. Press until Iron-On appears and then press Enter to select it. Selecting this option automatically activates the Mirror function. Press Start Copy, Black or Start Copy, Color.
! To stop copying, press Cancel on the front panel.
See the copy section in the onscreen Users Guide to learn more about the following: Perform special copying Change color intensity Enhance text sharpness and photo colors Change settings for copying
copy setup menu options
The following options are available in the Copy Setup menu.
Press Menu to display the Copy Setup options.
and to move to the setting you want. Press Press Enter to select the displayed setting.
maintain your hp officejet
This section provides instructions for keeping your HP OfficeJet in top working condition. Perform these maintenance procedures as necessary.
clean the glass
Dirty glass, from fingerprints, smudges, hair, and so on, slows down performance and affects the accuracy of special features such as Fit to Page and Copy.
Turn off the unit, unplug the power cord, and raise the lid. 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 liquids directly on the glass. They may seep under it and damage the unit.
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 units lid.
Press Menu. Press 3, then press 1. This selects the Status and Maintenance menu, then selects the Check Ink Level option. A message in the front-panel display lets you know how much ink you have left, for both black and tri-color ink cartridges. Press Cancel to exit the menu.
3 perform color calibration
The Color Calibration option prints out a report that lets you manually improve your color printing or copying. You should perform this procedure only if you see problems with color tints, such as noticeably incorrect flesh tones.
Press Menu. Press 3, then press 4. This selects the Status and Maintenance menu, then selects the Perform Color Calibration option. A Color Calibration report is printed. Follow the instructions on the report to determine the correct Color Patch Number. At the prompt on the front-panel display, enter the Color Patch Number, then press Enter.
Before you replace or clean a printhead, you should know the part names and how to handle the printhead.
Printhead handle Printhead tower
Copper contacts Ink nozzles Plastic tape
Do not touch the copper contacts, the ink nozzles, or the printhead tower.
verify a printhead needs to be replaced
If a printhead error message appears on the front-panel display, verify that the printhead needs to be replaced.
Turn the unit off and then turn it on. If the error message still appears, continue with the following steps. Open the print-carriage access door by lifting the handle until the door locks into place. The print carriage moves to the center of the unit.
After the print carriage stops moving, release the gray print carriage latch and then lift the print carriage to access the printheads.
Remove the old printhead by lifting the printhead handle and pulling upward.
Pull the printhead handle upward
If there is plastic tape on the failed printhead, remove the plastic tape. Push the failed printhead firmly down into the appropriate slot using the printhead handle. Do not touch the printhead tower, and do not remove the printhead handle.
Move the print carriage latch down, and make sure the loops catch the hooks. Snap the latch into place, then close the print carriage access door. If the error message still appears, remove and reinsert the printhead again and close the print carriage access drawer. If the error message still appears, replace the printhead as described in the following section.
replace the printheads
If you experience print quality issues that cannot be resolved by cleaning your printheads and you have verified that the printheads need to be replaced, you may need to replace them. You may also see front-panel display messages that indicate when individual printheads need to be replaced. See the Support and Specifications booklet for information on ordering replacement printheads.
Make sure you have the following materials available: A clean, lint-free cloth Distilled, filtered, or bottled water (do not use tap water, as it may contain contaminants that can damage the printheads) Caution! Be careful not to get ink on your hands or clothing. Turn the unit on and open the print-carriage access door. The print carriage moves to the center. After the print carriage has moved to the center, unplug the power cord from the back of the unit. Warning! It is very important that you disconnect the printer from its electrical power source before touching the ink cartridge contacts. Electrical shock or severe damage to the printer can occur if you touch the contacts while there is electrical power to the printer. Do not use the On button to turn the printer off.
Press the gray button to release the ink cartridge, then pull it up and out of its slot. Inspect the ink cartridge contacts and the contacts inside the ink cartridge socket for ink and debris buildup. Clean any visible ink deposits with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth. If necessary, moisten the cloth with one drop of water.
Place the ink cartridge back into the holder. Repeat if necessary for the other ink cartridge. Close the door and plug in the unit. Because you removed an ink cartridge from its holder, the HP OfficeJet needs to align the printheads. After the message appears in the front-panel display, press Enter to align the printheads. A page is printed to confirm alignment.
clean the printhead contacts
Clean the printhead copper contacts only if you get repeated front panel messages prompting you to check a printhead after you already have. Caution! Do not remove all printheads at the same time. Remove and clean them one at a time. Make sure you have the following materials available: A clean, lint-free cloth Distilled, filtered, or bottled water (do not use tap water, as it may contain contaminants that can damage the printheads). Caution! Be careful not to get ink on your hands or clothing. Turn the unit on and open the print-carriage access door. The print carriage moves to the center. After the print carriage has moved to the center, unplug the power cord from the back of the unit. Warning! It is very important that you disconnect the printer from its electrical power source before touching the printhead contacts. Electrical shock or severe damage to the printer can occur if you touch the contacts while there is electrical power to the printer. Do not use the On button to turn the printer off.
Release the gray print carriage latch and then lift the print carriage to access the printheads. Remove the printhead by lifting the printhead handle and pulling upward. Inspect the copper contacts and the contacts inside the printhead socket for ink and debris buildup. Clean any visible ink deposits with the clean, soft, lint-free cloth. If necessary, moisten the cloth with one drop of water. Caution! Clean only the copper contacts in the front of the printhead, and wipe upwards only. Do not clean the ink nozzles on the under side of the printhead. They can become damaged or clogged by this type of cleaning.
Do not touch the printhead tower. Do not touch the ink nozzles on the underside of the printhead.
Clean only the copper contacts in the front of the printhead.
Clean only the copper contacts in the back of the print carriage.
Place the printhead back into the holder. Repeat cleaning of other printheads, if necessary. Move the print carriage latch down, and make sure the loops catch the hooks. Snap the latch into place, then close the print-carriage access door. After cleaning the contacts, you should align the printheads.
10 Close the door and plug in the unit. 11 Press Menu. 12 Press 3, then press 3.
This selects the Status and Maintenance menu, then selects the Align PrintHeads option. A page prints to confirm printhead alignment. You can either discard or recycle this page. If the page does not appear, see the Troubleshooting help, which you access from the HP Director.
To get the best performance from your HP OfficeJet, we recommend using only genuine Hewlett-Packard supplies. See the Support and Specifications booklet for information on ordering replacement ink cartridges and printheads. Caution! Damage that results from modifying or refilling HP ink cartridges or the use of non-HP ink is specifically excluded from the warranty coverage for the printer and printer supplies.
non-hp ink cartridges The Ink Level Gauge may not work properly with a non-HP ink cartridge. If you choose to print with a non-HP ink cartridge, you may not know when the cartridge is running low or empty. Printing with an empty ink cartridge may seriously damage the printheads. Any damage resulting from the use of a non-HP ink cartridge is not the responsibility of Hewlett-Packard. refilled ink cartridges To install a refilled HP ink cartridge, you must override the Ink Level Gauge.
override the ink level gauge
Overriding the Ink Level Gauge disables the printers ink level tracking feature, but allows you to use a refilled cartridge. Caution! If you use the override sequence described below, you will disable the Ink Level Gauge for your ink cartridge. If you choose to continue printing with an ink cartridge that has had its Ink Level Gauge disabled, you will not know when the cartridge is running low or empty. Printing with an empty cartridge may seriously damage your printheads. Damage that results from continued use of an ink cartridge with a disabled Ink Level Gauge is not the responsibility of Hewlett-Packard. Damage that results from the use of non-HP ink is not the responsibility of Hewlett-Packard. The Ink Level Gauge is automatically reset when a different ink cartridge is installed in the printer. Overriding the Ink Level Gauge does not affect ink cartridge expiration dates. The printer cannot use an expired ink cartridge. Follow these steps to override the Ink Level Gauge: to override the ink level gauge for the black ink cartridge 1 Press and at the same time, then release.
On the keypad, press in order, 7, 8, 9. When the prompt appears asking if you want to override the ink level gauge, press 1 for Yes, or 2 for No.
to override the ink level gauge for the tri-color ink cartridge 1 Press and at the same time, then release.
On the keypad, press in order, 4, 5, 6. When the prompt appears asking if you want to override the ink level gauge, press 1 for Yes, or 2 for No.
Always install an ink cartridge before performing an Ink Level Gauge override.
restore factory defaults
You can restore the original factory settings to what they were when you purchased your HP OfficeJet. Choosing to restore your factory defaults restores all settings, except copy settings and date information. You can perform this process from the front panel only.
Press Menu. Press 3, then press 5. This selects the Status and Maintenance menu, then selects the Restore Factory Defaults option. The factory default settings are restored.
set the language or country/region
Usually, the language and country or region are set when you install the HP OfficeJet. If you need to reset either the country, region, or language, use the following procedure. Tip! If you accidentally choose the wrong language and are unable to read the front-panel display, simply follow the first 3 steps using the keypad to choose the correct language. You may also consider printing a Self-Test report to identify the country and language that have been selected.
Press Menu. Press 3, then press 7, then press Enter. This selects the Status and Maintenance menu, then selects the Set Country and Language option. To select the language, you can do the following: Press until the desired language appears. Wait until the desired language appears on the front panel display. Enter the two-digit number corresponding to the language on the keypad. For example: for English, you would enter 11. After entering the language, you are prompted to confirm that the language you selected is the one you want. Press 1 for Yes and 2 for No. After the language is selected, you are prompted with all the countries or regions for that selected language.
To select the country or region, you can: Press until the desired country or region appears. Wait until the desired country or region appears on the front panel display. Enter the two-digit number corresponding to the country/region on the keypad. For example: for USA, you would enter 10. country or region you selected is the one you want.
10 After entering the country, you are prompted to confirm that the 11 Press 1 for Yes or 2 for No.
You can confirm the country/region and language by printing a SelfTest Report.
12 Press Menu, press 2, and then press 2 to print the Self-Test report.
set the power save mode time
The bulb in your HP OfficeJet remains on for a specified period so that the unit is immediately ready to respond to your request. When the HP OfficeJet has not been used within that specified period, it turns the bulb off to preserve power and displays Power Save On in the front-panel display. (You can exit this mode by pressing any button on the front panel.) Your unit is automatically set to enter power-save mode after 12 hours. Follow these steps if you want the HP OfficeJet to enter this mode earlier.
Press Menu. Press 3, then press 6. This selects the Status and Maintenance menu, then selects the Set Power Save Mode Time option. Press until the desired time appears, then press Enter.
maintenance menu options
2:Print Report 3:Status and Maintenance 1:Check Ink Level 2:Clean PrintHeads 3:Align PrintHeads 4:Perform Color Calibration 5:Restore Factory Defaults 6:Set Power Save Mode Time Use Menu to display the Status and Maintenance menu options. Press and to move to the setting you want. Press Enter to select the displayed setting. 7:Set Language and Country 8:Set Beep Volume
additional setup information
This section covers how to handle messages that may or may not appear during installation, how to set up the connection between your computer and your HP OfficeJet, and how to add and remove the HP OfficeJet software. The standard installation instructions are provided in your Setup Poster, which you should keep for later use. For comprehensive information, see the fully-searchable onscreen Users Guide, which is accessible only if the software has been installed. To access the guide for Windows, go to the Director, click Help, and then choose Users Guide. To access the guide for Macintosh, go to the Director, click Tools, and then choose View Onscreen Guide.
possible installation problems
If you follow the instructions in the Setup Poster correctly, you should not have any problems with the installation of your HP OfficeJet. If you do not follow the instructions, you may see any of the following problems: If Microsofts New Hardware Found message does not appear If you installed the HP OfficeJet software first as requested on the Setup Poster, and you are a Windows 98/2000/ME/XP user, a series of Microsoft New Hardware Found messages should have appeared on your screen during software installation.
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|Device Type||Fax / copier / printer / scanner|
|Fax Type||Plain paper|
|Printing Technology||Ink-jet - color|
|Monthly Duty Cycle (max)||5000 impressions|
|Standard Memory||32 MB|
|Max Supported Memory||32 MB|
|Supported Flash Memory||Memory Stick, CompactFlash, SmartMedia|
|Max Copying Speed||Up to 18 ppm (mono) / up to 16 ppm (color)|
|Max Copying Resolution||Up to 1200 x 600 dpi (mono) / up to 2400 x 1200 dpi (color)|
|Gray Scale Half-Tones||256|
|Max Document Enlargement||400%|
|Max Document Reduction||25%|
|Max Printing Resolution||Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi (mono) / up to 2400 x 1200 dpi (color)|
|Max Printing Speed||Up to 19 ppm (mono) / up to 16 ppm (color)|
|Printer Drivers / Emulations||PCL 3|
|Optical Resolution||1200 x 4800 dpi|
|Interpolated Resolution||9600 x 9600 dpi|
|Gray Scale Depth||8 bit|
|Color Depth||48 bit|
|Max Transmission Speed||33.6 Kbps|
|Fax Resolutions||203 x 98 dpi, 203 x 196 dpi, 300 x 300 dpi, 200 x 200 dpi|
|Total Memory Capacity||Up to 100 pages|
|Fax Machine Features|
|Error Correction Mode (ECM)||Yes|
|One Touch Dialing||10 station(s)|
|Speed Dialing||130 station(s)|
|Remote Fax Retrieval (Polling)||Yes|
|Features||Fax forwarding, activity report, Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection (DRPD), automatic redialing, answering machine interface|
|Document & Media Handling|
|Max Original Size||Legal (8.5 in x 14 in)|
|Original Type||Sheets, books|
|Document Feeder Capacity||50 sheets|
|Min Copy Size||3 in x 5 in|
|Max Copy Size||Legal (8.5 in x 14 in)|
|Min Copy Weight||34 g/m2|
|Max Copy Weight||200 g/m2|
|Supported Media Type||Transparencies, envelopes, plain paper, cards, labels, iron-on transfers, greeting cards|
|Standard Media Capacity||150 sheets|
|Output Trays Capacity||50 sheets|
|Document & Media Handling Details||Input tray - 150 sheets size: 3 in x 5 in - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) weight: 34 g/m2 - 200 g/m2 Output tray - 50 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) ADF - 50 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) weight: 60 g/m2 - 90 g/m2|
|PC Connection Availability||Yes|
|Operating System Support||MS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, Apple Mac OS 9.1 or later, Apple Mac OS X|
|Software Included||Drivers & utilities, HP Director, HP Creative Photo Projects, I.R.I.S. OCR, HP Scan to Web|
|Power Consumption Operational||100 Watt|
|Included Accessories||Phone cable|
|Consumables Included||Cartridge ( black ) - up to 737 pages Cartridge ( color ) - up to 400 pages|
|Compliant Standards||EPA Energy Star|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
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