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We offer the following HP Officejet Pro 1175c Ink Cartridges: HP No. 45 (51645A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridge, HP No. 23 (C1823A/D) Remanufactured Color Ink Cartridge. It is guarantee to work with the HP Officejet Pro 1175c printer or your money back. We use high quality ink and toner to ensure that it works perfectly on your inkjet and laser printer.

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Comments to date: 8. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
fserdaru 6:27am on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 
Closed are tiny and weak. HP replaced the camera. Now the new camera has the same problem and now a new problem.
dwhisnant 9:52pm on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 
I love this camera for my simple snapshots, i would not recomend for anything being used as professional prints. Bad idea, it takes okay video. I have mixed results with the quality of the pictures. Some are good, others are very low quality. I would recomend the Fuji over this unit.
Joshua Hesketh 4:32pm on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 
Easy to use camera with good quality pictures. Colours for outdoor pictures are very clear. Indoor pictures with flash are a bit dull.
rona 7:27am on Monday, August 30th, 2010 
Compared all brands, and just getting into digital photography decided to purchase based on price and biggest "bang for the buck".
rbcyouthdude 4:47pm on Friday, August 13th, 2010 
A good little camera Well, I was buying my first digital camera, and I wanted it to be one that would last. A good little camera Well, I was buying my first digital camera, and I wanted it to be one that would last.
senectus 9:00am on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010 
why pay 300? get it for FREE nice camera that you can get here thanks for read
RyanJ 10:31pm on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010 
The Photosmart 620 is basically the Photosmart 320 with a 3x optical zoom (also has 4x digital zoom) and a slightly different back-in silver as oppos...
UebokPlaton 9:06pm on Tuesday, May 11th, 2010 
It can do everything. I bought it in 2002. 4 years later, it still works great. It have 3x optical zoom and supports SD card which is very cheap now.

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Users Guide

HP OfficeJet Pro 1175C

Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 1998 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. Publication number: C5365-90000 First edition: February 1998 Printed in U.S.A., Germany or Singapore
Note: Regulatory information can be found in Chapter 15 of this Users Guide.


AGaramond, Garamond, Adobe and PhotoDeluxe are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems, Incorporated, which may be registered in certain jurisdictions. MS-DOS, Windows, and Internet Explorer are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. OmniPage Limited Edition is a registered trademark of Caere Corporation. WinFax PRO is a registered trademark of Symantec Corporation. Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. Notice
It is not lawful in many places to make copies of the following items. When in doubt, check with a legal representative first.
x Governmental paper or documents:
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by the HewlettPackard 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. 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.
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Owners Information

Please complete the following for future reference. HP OfficeJet Pro 1170C Series: Serial Number: Date of Purchase: Place of Purchase: Address: Phone Number: Service Contract Number: Date of Contract Expiration: Adobe PhotoDeluxe Serial Number: HGW100B7100005-459 Caere OmniPage LE Serial Number: Symantec WinFax PRO Serial Number:

Safety Symbols

If present, this symbol is placed on the OfficeJet Pro where it is necessary for you to refer to the manual in order to understand a hazard.
If present, this symbol is placed on the OfficeJet Pro within the area where hazardous voltage is present. Only trained service persons should perform work in this area.
If present, this symbol is placed on the OfficeJet Pro within the area where electrostatic discharge (ESD) may occur. ESD can damage the OfficeJet Pros electronic components. Avoid touching electronic components or circuit paths. Use proper grounding devices when circuits are open to outside areas.

Chapter 1 Welcome!

Copying Features. Printing Features. Scanning Features. About This Guide. Conventions Used. 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-2
Chapter 2 Setting Up Your New HP OfficeJet Pro

Chapter 8 Sharing the OfficeJet Pro Over a Network
Setting Up for Peer-to-Peer Printing and File Sharing. 8-1 Setting Up the Server. 8-2 Setting Up Client Computers. 8-2 How to Share Files Across a Peer-to-Peer Network. 8-5
Chapter 9 Maintaining Your HP OfficeJet Pro
Cleaning the Exterior Case. 9-1 Cleaning the Glass. 9-1


Chapter 10 Getting Help
HP Multimedia Product Tour. 10-1 HP Scanning Tutorial. 10-2 On-Line Help. 10-2 Caere OmniPage LE, Adobe PhotoDeluxe, and Symantec WinFax PRO. 10-2 HP PictureScan Help. 10-3 1170C Series Toolbox. 10-3
Chapter 11 Support Services
Get Help from HP. 11-1 On-Line Services. 11-1 HP Customer Support. 11-3 Imaging for Internet Plug-In. 11-5 Get Help from Caere for OmniPage LE. 11-6 U.S. Support. 11-6 International Support. 11-6 Get Help from Adobe for PhotoDeluxe. 11-6 U.S. Support. 11-6 Dial-Up Service for U.S. Users. 11-6 International Support. 11-7 Dial-Up Service for International Users. 11-7 Get Help from Symantec for WinFax PRO. 11-7 Support Available. 11-7
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting
How to Clear a Paper Jam in the Automatic Document Feeder. 12-1 How to Clear a Paper Jam in the Paper Tray. 12-1 Paper Jam with Front Panel Message. 12-1 Paper Jam with No Front Panel Message. 12-2 How to Use the Self Test Page. 12-2 Aligning Cartridges. 12-3 Using the Self Test Page. 12-3 Cleaning Cartridges. 12-4 Front Panel Messages. 12-5 On-Screen Messages. 12-7
Chapter 13 Adding and Removing Software Programs
Uninstalling Software. 13-1 Uninstalling the HP OfficeJet Pro Product Software. 13-1 Uninstalling Adobe PhotoDeluxe. 13-2 Uninstalling Caere OmniPage LE. 13-2 Uninstalling Symantec WinFax PRO, Imaging for the Internet, and Microsoft Internet Explorer. 13-2 Reinstalling HP OfficeJet Pro Software. 13-2 Installing HP Components Only. 13-2 Installing HP OfficeJet Pro Partner Software. 13-3 Installing the Office 97 Utility. 13-3
Chapter 14 Hewlett-Packard Limited Warranty
Warranty Service. 14-1 Express Service. 14-1 Warranty Upgrades. 14-2 Returning Your HP OfficeJet Pro for Service. 14-2 Before You Call. 14-2 Prepare Your HP OfficeJet Pro for Shipment. 14-3
Chapter 15 Technical Information
System Requirements. Regulatory Notices. Declaration of Conformity. Ordering Accessories and Supplies. 15-1 15-5 15-7 15-8


Congratulations! You have just purchased the one system that will handle all your crucial office functions efficientlythe HP OfficeJet Pro. With your HP OfficeJet Pro, you can copy, print, or scan documents in full color or in black and white.

Use your OfficeJet Pro only within normal office temperature and humidity ranges. The recommended range is 59o95oF (15o35oC) and 20%80% humidity ranges. Avoid direct sunlight or locations where a quick change in temperature might cause condensation inside the machine. Make sure the location is well ventilated. Dust, gases, or fumes (such as ammonia or paint thinner) can damage the machine. Choose a site that is level, flat, and stable. The OfficeJet Pro will vibrate and needs to be on a sturdy surface. Be sure a grounded outlet is nearby and easily accessible. To ensure that you can open the automatic document feeder all the way, make sure to place your OfficeJet Pro at least 9 in. (230 mm) from the wall.

Before You Start

Before you start setting up your HP OfficeJet Pro:
Have this Users Guide and installation CD-ROMs ready. If you will be installing WinFax PRO, have your Windows 95/98 CD-ROM or installation diskettes available.

Direct Connection

The HP OfficeJet Pro must be connected directly to your computers parallel port. Do not use a switch box or the pass-through port of another parallel port product such as a scanner, tape drive, Zip drive, or CD-ROM drive. CAUTION
Connecting your HP OfficeJet Pro to a switch box or the pass-through port of another parallel product can cause erratic behavior of both products and the possible loss of information.

Parallel Port Mode/Type

In order to scan using your HP OfficeJet Pro, you must have your computers parallel port set to one of the following modes: ECP (Extended Capabilities Port) Available in recently manufactured computers. This mode ensures the fastest scanning speed. Note: Your computer may have ECP mode, but it may not be turned on. Allows communication back and forth between your computer and the OfficeJet Pro. Scanning will be slower than with ECP mode.


You can determine the mode of your computers parallel port. Most computers have a Setup, CMOS, Hardware Configuration, or other screen that can be accessed during the boot process. This screen shows your computers current settings, including parallel port mode. To learn more about changing the parallel port mode in your computer, consult the Users Guide that came with your computer or read the ECP document that will be automatically installed in your HP OfficeJet Pro 1170C Series program folder when you install your software.
Eight Easy Steps to Set Up Your HP OfficeJet Pro
To set up your HP OfficeJet Pro properly, follow the eight easy steps in the order shown below.
Step 1 Unpack Your HP OfficeJet Pro
Remove the cardboard tray containing the accessory items. Rest the box on its side, and pull out your HP OfficeJet Pro.

HP Software

Turn on or reboot your computer. If you see the following screen, press the Esc key on your keyboard to close the New Hardware Found dialog.
Start the installation by doing one of the following:
Insert CD-ROM #1 into your computers CD-ROM drive. The software installation setup should start automatically (in less than a minute). If the software installation does not start automatically, from the Task bar, select the Start menu, and select Run. Enter z:\setup (substitute your CD-ROM drive letter for the z).
The Welcome screen appears. Click Next>.
The HP License Agreement is displayed. Click Yes to continue. A dialog appears, instructing you to turn on your HP OfficeJet Pro.
Turn on your HP OfficeJet Pro now, by pressing the white button in the lower right front corner of the product, and click OK.
The following screen appears.
You must install both the printing and scanning software in order to scan. HP FontSmart comes with TrueType fonts and allows you to easily install and remove other fonts on your system. Click Browse to select a different destination folder for the HP OfficeJet Pro software. Click Next> to continue.
A Testing Device Connection message is displayed while the installation program tests the cable connection between your computer and the HP OfficeJet Pro.
If the bi-directional communications test fails, you will need to set the front panel language and page size manually, following the instructions on page 3-9. The communications problem must be resolved before you will be able to scan. After installing your software, refer to Messages on Your PC, Cable Test Failed under Troubleshooting in the 1170C Series Toolbox on your Windows desktop.

Product Tour

Next, you will be invited to take the HP OfficeJet Pro 1170C Series Product Tour. The Product Tour is a 35 minute overview of the capabilities of your HP OfficeJet Pro. We recommend that you take the Tour before using the product for the first time. Click Next> to continue. Insert CD-ROM#2, as prompted, and click OK to take the Tour. At the end of the Tour (or at any point during the Tour), click the exit tour button at the top of the screen to exit the Tour and continue installing your software.

When you see this screen, enter your fax number and other dialing information as necessary. Click the Help button if you are not sure what to enter.
When you see this screen, enter your name or your fax number in the CSID field.
If you see the following screen (you might not), insert your Windows 95/98 installation CD-ROM or diskettes. (If you do not have Windows 95/98 CD or diskettes, but the Windows 95/98 Setup files are on your hard drive, go to step 1).
1) Using either the Explorer or the Browse CD button, go to the Win 95/98 directory. The dialog box should tell you the exact directory and file it is looking for. 2) When you are asked if you want to set WinFax PRO as your default printer, be sure to answer No. 3) When you see a message similar to: Could not open the file names: Z:\WINFAX\WINFAX80\DISK.ID remove your Windows 95/98 CD, reinsert your WinFax PRO CD, and click Retry. IMPORTANT
If you do not have the Windows 95/98 setup files and cannot install these files, WinFax PRO will not work properly. You must reinstall WinFax PRO after you have located your Windows 95/98 software.
When you see the following screen, if you do not have a voice modem, uncheck TalkWorks by clicking the box.
When you have made all necessary entries, Symantec WinFax PRO will be installed.
14 Next, you will be prompted to restart your computer. You must reboot your computer before you can use the HP OfficeJet Pro. Click Finish.
The first time you restart your computer after installing the HP OfficeJet Pro, you will be invited to register your product electronically. The information you provide to HP is confidential and is used to help us improve our products. And, when you register electronically, we install a free gift as our way of saying thank you!
Step 8 Align Your Tri-Color and Black Print Cartridges
Before you start using your HP OfficeJet Pro, you need to align the tri-color and black print cartridges to ensure the best copy and print quality. When you turn on your HP OfficeJet Pro for the first time, you will see the message Initializing, followed by the message Press Resume to Align Cartridges on the front panel display. NOTE If the message is not in your language, you will need to change the front panel language before proceeding with the next step. Go to page 3-9 for instructions on how to change the language.

Press the Select/Resume button. The OfficeJet Pro prints a page with two sets of paired lines on it. A set of numbered, horizontal lines appears at the top of the page, and a set of vertical lines, each with a unique letter, appears at the bottom of the page. The mid-range number for horizontal alignment appears on the front panel display.
Look closely at the set of horizontal bars, and determine which set of black and color lines is aligned the best. Select the number on the front panel display that represents the best horizontal alignment pattern, and press Select/Resume. If necessary, use the Plus (+) and Minus () buttons on the front panel to change the number on the display. The mid-range letter for vertical alignment appears on the front panel display.
Now look closely at the set of vertical bars and determine which set lines up the best. Select the letter that represents the best vertical alignment on the page and press Select/Resume. If necessary, use the Plus (+) and Minus () buttons on the front panel to change the letter on the display.
The HP OfficeJet Pro then prints another page to confirm that the print cartridges are correctly aligned. Match the alignment in Sample 2 to the alignment in Sample 1. If the lines are straight, the Align Cartridges procedure is complete. If the lines are not straight, you may want to repeat the Align Cartridges procedure. To do this, press the Menu button until the message Align Cartridges is displayed, press Select/Resume, and then repeat steps 26.
Congratulations! You have finished setting up your HP OfficeJet Pro. Now you are ready to start using it.


This chapter explains how to make copies and how to use the special copying features of the HP OfficeJet Pro. It also explains how to use other features on the front panel and special considerations of the automatic document feeder. NOTE The scanner light remains on for approximately 12 hours after you turn on the HP OfficeJet Pro or make the first copy of the day. This keeps the bulb warm for optimal performance. The bulb uses very little power. After 12 hours, the OfficeJet Pro turns off the scanner bulb to save energy, and displays a Power Save On message. When you are ready to use the OfficeJet Pro again, just press any button on the front panel.

How to Make Copies

If it is not already on, turn on the HP OfficeJet Pro by pressing the white button on the lower right front corner of the product.
Manually (on the copy glass): Lift the document cover, place the original face down on the glass along the two green borders, and close the document cover.

Scanning While Working in a File
Scanning Using HP ScanPicture
With HP ScanPicture, you can scan pictures directly into the document you are working on. It is the easiest way for you to scan. Most 32-bit Windows 95/98 programs that allow cutting and pasting (for example, word processing programs, spreadsheets, and presentation packages) can use ScanPicture. ScanPicture is automatically listed on the File menu of many programs after you complete the HP OfficeJet Pro installation. NOTE Microsoft Office 97 Users: If you installed Office 97 after installing your HP OfficeJet Pro software, you will need to run a special program to turn on this feature in your Office 97 programs. See Installing the Office 97 Utility on 13-3 for more information.

To use ScanPicture:

Place the item you want to scan against the green borders on the scanner glass.
You cannot use the automatic document feeder with the ScanPicture option.
Place your cursor in the document where you want your scanned image to be placed, and select ScanPicture from the File menu. A preview scan displays. The animated selection border shows the portion that will be scanned.
To crop a square or rectangular-shaped image, click the square marquee button and pull the border to where you want it. To crop an irregularly shaped image, click the lasso button and draw around the area you want scanned.
TIP If you want to change the size of your scanned image, your final picture will look better if you change the size to the required dimensions before you import it into your document. To do this, click the Options button, and click the Rulers icon. Then specify the size you want the scanned image to be. 4
Click Accept. The image you scanned is imported into your document.
Scanning Pictures in TWAIN-Aware Programs
TWAIN1 is an industry standard software/hardware interface that allows you to scan images directly into a software program using a menu command. TWAIN is a part of many graphics programs, such as Adobe PhotoDeluxe. Scanning using TWAIN is similar to using HPs ScanPicture. The specific procedure is different for each TWAIN-aware program. Here is an example of how the TWAIN feature works in Adobe PhotoDeluxe.

Cannot connect to PC; see Users Guide.

On-Screen Messages

Disk full.
The image you are scanning will create a file that is too large to fit on the designated disk. x Save the file on a different disk. x Free up disk space, and try again. x Save the image in a different format or resolution. See the Scanning Tutorial for tips on scanning and file sizes.
Cannot find all the necessary files to run WinFax PRO. Reinstall WinFax PRO.
Symantec WinFax PRO has not been installed or has corrupted files. Close and save any open files. Uninstall Symantec WinFax PRO following the procedure on page 13-2. Then reinstall Symantec WinFax PRO CD following the procedure on page 13-3. PictureScan or Caere OmniPage LE may already be running, or one of the programs may not have closed properly. Save and close any open files. Then reboot your computer and try again. One of the programs the OfficeJet Pro uses during scanning may not be installed, or may already be running. Save and close any open files. Then reboot your computer and try to scan again. If you are still unable to scan, you may be missing critical HP components. First, uninstall HP components (page 13-1). Then reinstall the HP components (page 13-2). Make sure that the OfficeJet Pro is turned on. Press the white button in the lower right front corner of the product. You must use an IEEE-1284 cable with the OfficeJet Pro. The cable that came with your product meets this requirement. If you decide to buy a longer cable, make sure it is IEEE-1284 compliant. Using a different type of cable may cause communication problems. Verify that the parallel cable is securely connected to your OfficeJet Pro and directly to the parallel port of your computer. Do not connect your OfficeJet Pro through a switch box pass-through device; communication errors may occur. When the cable is connected properly, turn your OfficeJet Pro off and then on again.
Cant restart PictureScan. It is already running.
Cant find PictureScan or PictureScan is already running.
Verify that the OfficeJet Pro is turned on. Make sure you are using the cable that came in your box.
Verify that the cable is securely connected to your OfficeJet Pro and directly to the parallel port of your PC.
On-Screen Messages (Continued)
Remove original from the document glass then press Select/Resume on the front panel. Your scan has been cancelled due to communication failure.
An original sheet is already present on top of the document glass. Remove this original and press the Select/Resume button before you re-feed an original through the automatic document feeder. 1. If this is the first time you have attempted to scan from the OfficeJet Pro, the parallel cable between your computer may be loose or defective. Check both connections and try again. 2. A non-cable related communications error may have occurred. Select OK and restart the scan. You may need to restart your computer. You need to install Symantec WinFax PRO. Follow the instructions on page 13-3.

From the taskbar, select Start, then select Settings and go to the Control Panel. Click Add/Remove Programs. Select the program you want to remove, and click the Add/Remove button. Follow the directions on the screen.
Reinstalling HP OfficeJet Pro Software
Installing HP Components Only
To reinstall only the HP software components (printing and scanning), follow the directions in Chapter 2, starting on page 2-14. When the Insert CD-ROM #2 message is displayed, click Cancel.
Installing HP OfficeJet Pro Partner Software
If you did not install some of the available third-party software programs when you installed your OfficeJet Pro, follow these procedures to install them separately.
Insert CD-ROM #2 in your computers CD-ROM drive. From the task bar, select the Start menu, and then select Run. Enter z:\setup (substitute your CD-ROM drive letter for the z). The Install Software screen appears. Make sure there is a check in the box next to the software product you want to install, and click Next>.
If you are installing Symantec WinFax PRO, be sure to have your Windows 95/98 installation CD-ROM available.
Follow the instructions on the screen. For more information, see the software installation procedure beginning on page 2-14.
Installing the Office 97 Utility
If you install Office 97 after installing your HP OfficeJet Pro software, you must run a special program before you can scan pictures into these programs. The procedure below explains how to run the utility.
Insert CD-ROM #2 into your CD-ROM drive. From the taskbar, select Windows Explorer.
Navigate to your CD-ROM drive, and open the HP ScanPicture Office 97 Patch folder. Double-click setup.exe. The InstallShield dialog box is displayed.
Click Yes to install the Office 97 patch. When the patch has been installed, click OK. Restart your computer. You will now be able to scan while working in your Office 97 programs.
Hewlett-Packard Limited Warranty
HP OfficeJet Pro 1170C, 1175C Duration of Limited Warranty (Hardware): 1 Year Duration of Limited Warranty (Software): 90 Days Duration of Limited Warranty (Print Cartridges): 90 Days
To review a complete copy of your warranty, see Warranty Information in your HP OfficeJet Pro 1170C Series Toolbox.

Warranty Service

Express Service
To obtain HP express repair service, the customer must contact an HP service office or an HP Customer Support Center for basic troubleshooting first. If a customer unit needs a minor part replacement and these parts can normally be replaced by the customer, the customer-replaceable components may be serviced through expedited part shipment. In this event, HP will prepay shipping charges, duty and taxes; provide telephone assistance on replacement of the component; and pay shipping charges, duty, and taxes for any part that HP asks to be returned. For some repairs, the HP Customer Support Center may direct customers to designated Authorized Service Providers who are certified by HP to service the HP OfficeJet Pro. If you need to return your OfficeJet Pro to HP for repair, HP will expedite the repair of your unit by using an express delivery service to expedite the return of the repaired or exchanged unit.

Warranty Upgrades

Extended warranties and service option upgrades may be obtained through your local HP authorized dealer or HP service centers. In the U.S. and Canada, extended warranties may also be obtained by calling HP at 1-800-446-0522. For on-site service contracts, call 1-800-835-4747.
Returning Your HP OfficeJet Pro for Service

Before You Call

Before you call HP Customer Support:
Make sure that the OfficeJet Pro is plugged in and powered on, that the specified inkjet print cartridges are installed correctly, and that the recommended paper is properly loaded in the input tray. Review the Setup chapter and Troubleshooting chapter in this Users Guide. Try resetting the OfficeJet Pro by powering it off, then on again, using the power button in the lower front corner of the product. Call the HP FIRST toll-free number (see page 11-2) and/or check HPs Internet site ( for information that might help you quickly resolve your problem. If you are still experiencing problems and need to speak with an HP Customer Support Representative:
Have your OfficeJet Pro serial number ready. Print a Self Test Page (see page 12-2). Make a color copy. Be prepared to describe the problem you are experiencing in detail.
Call HP Customer Support. See page 11-3 for more information.
After you receive authorization for hardware service from HP Customer Support Center, prepare the OfficeJet Pro for shipment and pack it a protective carton. We recommend you save the original shipping container for this purpose. NOTE In-transit damage is not covered by the warranty, so always insure your shipment.
Prepare Your HP OfficeJet Pro for Shipment
Turn on the HP OfficeJet Pro, and leave it on for at least 2 minutes. Raise the document cover, then raise the print cartridge access cover and use it to prop open the document cover. Remove both print cartridges and close the print cartridge latches. Place print cartridges in an airtight bag so they will not dry out, and put them aside (do not send them with the OfficeJet Pro, unless instructed to by the HP customer support call agent).

Black Resolution - Printing Fast: 300 x 300 dpi Normal: 600 x 600 dpi Best: 600 x 600 dpi Color Resolution Printing Fast: 300 x 300 dpi Normal: 600 x 300 dpi CREt Best: 600 x 600 dpi CREt PC Fax Resolution (using Scan To Fax button): Standard 200 x 100 dpi (default) Fine 200 x 200 dpi Colors Up to 16.8 million Language PCL3 with color printer language Fonts FontSmart Technology: 126 scalable fonts for Windows DOS: 4 built-in scalable typefacesCourier, CG Times, Univers, Letter Gothic15 fonts Other Resolution Enhancement technology (REt)/Color (CREt) ColorSmart technology, HP Real Life Imaging System

Power Specifications

Source Voltage 100240V Frequency 5060 Hz Current 1A maximum Power 45 W maximum

Regulatory Notices

FCC Statement (U.S.A.) The United States Federal Communications Commission (in 47 CFR 15.105) has specified that the following notice be brought to the attention of users of this product. Declaration of Conformity: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Class B limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: x reorient the receiving antenna
Environmental Specifications
Operating ranges 5o40oC (41o104oF) Recommended ranges 15o35oC (59o95oF) Humidity 15%80% RH non-condensing Non-operating ranges 40o70oC (104o140oF)

Physical Specifications

Height 19 in. (48.26 cm) Width 21.25 in. (54 cm) Depth 17.7 in. (43.2 cm) Weight 36.85 lb (16.38 kg)
increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help

Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Company, San Diego 619-655-4100.
The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems. This booklet is available from the US Government Printing Office, Washington DC, 20402. Stock No. 004-000-00345-4. CAUTION: Pursuant to Part 15.21 of the FCC Rules, any changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the Hewlett-Packard Company, may cause harmful interference and void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment. Telecommunications General Approval (UK) Pursuant to Section 22 of Telecommunications Act of 1984, this product is approved for secondary attachment to approved primary attachment devices connected to the telecommunications network under the General Approval (NS/G/1234/5/100003). DOC Statement (Canada) Le prsent appareil numrique nmet pas de bruits radiolectriques dpassant les limites applicables aux appareils numriques de la classe B prescrites dans le Rglement sur le brouillage radiolectrique dict par le ministre des Communications du Canada. This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. Geruschemission LpA < 70 dB am Arbeitsplatz im Normalbetrieb nach DIN 45635 T. 19


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Declaration of Conformity
(According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN45014) Hewlett-Packard Company, 16399 West Bernardo Drive, San Diego, California 92127-1899, USA. Hewlett Packard Company, Singapore Pte. Ltd. 20 Gul Way, Singapore, 629196. Singapore Shinei Sangyo Pte. Ltd., Blk33 Marsiling Ind. Est., Rd 3#04-01/06, Singapore 3622816. declares, that the product Product Names: HP OfficeJet Pro 1175C Model Number(s): Model C5364A Product Options: OfficeJet Pro 1175C includes ADF, HP Pt. No. C5365-60625 conforms to the following Product Specifications: Safety: EN60950:1992 +A1, A2, and A3 IEC 950:1991 +A1, A2, A3, and A4 UL1950, 3rd Edn: 1995 CSA22.2 No. 950 3rd Edn: 1995 NOM-016-SCFI-1993 EMKO TSE(74-SEC)207/1994 CISPR22:1993/EN55022:1994 - Class B EN50082-1:1992 IEC 1000-4-2:1995 / prEN55024-2:1992 - 4kV CD, 8kV AD IEC 1000-4-3:1995 / prEN55024-3: 1991 - 3V/m IEC 1000-4-4:1995 / prEN55024-4: 1993 - 1.0 kV Power Line ENV 50141:1993 IEC 555-2:1982/EN60555-2:1987 IEC 555-3:1982/EN60555-3:1987 FCC Part 15 - Class B/ICES-003, Issue 2/VCCI-2
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Published in BTA Solutions Magazine, June, 1998
Platen-based MFPs Are Making Their Mark
How MFPs Are Transforming The Way We Do Business
by: Denine Phillips, Tech-Write, LLC Multifunctional peripherals are a popular topic of discussion these days. Open virtually any trade magazine and youll witness the miracles of modern MFP technologyand marketing - Super G3, JBIG compression, 32-bit RISC processors. While adding a 33.6 Kbps modem, more efficient data compression and higher-powered chips to the mix is admirable, the ultimate all-in-one device offers something tangiblea flatbed scanner. Its the combined power of copying, faxing or scanning from a platen-glass (versus a document feeder) that will take MFPs to the next level. Designed for SOHO, departmental, workgroup or networked office environments, platen-based MFP range in price from $799 to well over $10,000, and offer a integrated solution that is more than just the sum of its marginal parts. Having evolved significantly over the past five years, MFPs offer stronger PC printing, higher-resolution scanning, intuitive PC faxing software, and for the inkjet-based segment, a full range of color capabilitiescopy, print, scan! Why not add a stationary platen for copying and faxing of bound documents or odd-sized originals? Canon, Hewlett-Packard and Muratec have done just that. Their platen-based offerings, specifically the HP OfficeJet Pro 1170C Series, Muratec MFX-2000, and Canon GP200F, feature competitive standalone and PC-connected capabilities, relative to other products in their class. Though a discussion of each units feature-set goes beyond the scope of this articleand my 1,500 word limit!, I have included a comparison chart for your reference (see Table 1, page 4). Please note, however, that the chart is not a competitive comparison. The three products are highlighted because they address the needs of low-, mid and high-volume users. Also, there are other platen-based MFPs available from other industry leaders that deserve mention (see Table 2, page 4). To learn more about how platen-based multifunctionals have become an integral part of dayto-day business for three companies, Im presenting three end-user application stories. Besides addressing the expected who, what and wheres, these brief case studies focus on why a platenbased unit was chosen and how the system they chose meets individual document processing needs, needs that are as varied as the products themselves. Hopefully, for those involved in MFP sales and marketing, this insight will help you more easily uncover applications needs when talking to your own prospects and customers.
Case Study #1: Low Volume
Kimberley Edeen, a home-based daycare provider and owner of Imagination Works, Portland, Oregon, believes that communication is the key to her small business success. And helping her to fulfill her goal of being the best in her field is a HP OfficeJet Pro 1170C. Kimberley was fortunate enough to be chosen as a beta test site for this newlyHP OfficeJet Pro 1170C released platen-based color copier-printer-scanner. Prior to At the low-end, Hewlett-Packard acquiring the 1170C, Kimberley had been doing her homework, has just announced their new pricing MFPs and learning about their many capabilities. One OfficeJet Pro 1170C Series, a family of products that includes thing was for certain, she says, I cant have three or four different the OfficeJet Pro 1170C color machines in my office, so multifunctionality was a must. printer-copier-scanner ($799 Having integrated the 1170C into her daily operation, street) and OfficeJet Pro 1175C Kimberley has been busy taking full advantage of the units many ($999 street) color printerconvenience features. In fact, 60% of her work is print-related copier-scanner with the added (newsletters, daily journals, downloaded Internet articles, artwork capabilities of a 30-sheet ADF, the kids create), 30% is convenience copies (articles in child and PC fax/e-mail. (The development books to be given to parents) and 10% PC scanning OfficeJet Pro 1170C replaces photos and artwork (she hopes to create and print her own the OfficeJet Pro 1150C ) Imagination Works calendar to give to her clients).

Platen-based MFPs Are Making Their Mark Tech-Write / June, 1998 I used to run to Kinkos whenever I needed color or black and white copies. Having this capability at home has saved me a considerable amount of time and money. All she needs now is a fax. HP has the answer for that as well, the HP OfficeJet Pro 1175C with PC-fax send/receive capabilities via WinFax Pro software. Though not to be confused with a standalone fax that can operate independent of a PC, the connected 1175C will allow users to send hardcopy and electronic documents together in the same fax or e-mail.
Case Study #2: Mid-Volume
Three months ago, Kristine Anderson, Senior Consumer Relations Specialist for Volvo Penta (Chesapeake, VA), the marine division of Volvo, replaced their old thermal transfer fax with the new laser-based Muratec MFX-2000. Muratec MFX-2000 As a multifunctional unit, Anderson says, The Muratec The Muratec MFX-2000 fax/copier makes the most of what space we have and can also handle (suggested retail $5,995) is a midthe different types of documents we fax and copy, anything range platen-based workhorse that, from pages out of a service manual to product bulletins. with the addition of a Windows GDI option, becomes a high-quality 400 dpi According to Anderson, Quality is a big issue. If someone is PC or LAN printer. An optional 33.6 looking into buying a $30,000 engine and they want us to fax Kbps dual phone line capability also a photo and specifications, the image quality has to very enables the MFX-2000 to send and good. receive simultaneously, effectively Not only is she pleased with the text and photo quality, doubling the units fax throughput but she particularly likes the MFX-2000s fast scan-tocapacity. The recently released memory speed, large on-line paper supply, and a Muratec MFX-1500 (suggested retail transmission report that can be programmed to print only $3,995) is virtually identical to the after an error. In the past, reports were all or nothing, she MFX-2000, with the exception of, 1) print speed - 12 ppm vs. 15 ppm, 2) adds. Now I have a choice, and that saves a lot of paper. platen size- 10.1 x 14.3 vs. 11 x 17, Im not constantly filling the cassette as I had in the past. Of 3) paper supply - 400 sheets vs. 300 course, if someone wants a report, they can print a journal at sheets standard, and 4) interface any time. capabilities - supports standalone or Being particularly knowledgeable about the Muratec network PC-fax/scan options. MFX-2000, I asked her about other time- and money-saving features that she felt were beneficial to Volvo Pentas daily operation. The most unique application involves transmission of large-format line drawings or bound originals, as well as individual 8-1/2 x 11 sheets. The drawings and book pages are scanned into memory from the flatbed scanner and the additional pages are fed through the document feederall on the same call. Typically, such applications would require the added time and expense of two separate transmissions. Anderson also saves time by using the optional handset to monitor fax calls that she places to Sweden and other countries. You can hear whats going on and wait for the fax tone. Otherwise, you can waste time trying to resend a fax when the line is busy or an area code has changed. Anderson also considers the Muratec MFX-2000s copier capability an added plus. About 50% of our usage is copier-related. We often copy line drawings with fine print from parts manuals and need to explode views of the engines. That where the zoom feature, that lets us adjust the image size in 1% increments, is useful. Since the administrative offices are also networked, Anderson hopes to eventually connect the Muratec MFX-2000 to their LAN.

Case Study #3: High Volume
Over a year ago, Davacom One, a Systems Integrator in Miami, FL which designs data and voice systems, was chosen to take part in a beta program conducted by Canon U.S.A. Replacing three aging pieces of equipment, a fax, printer and copier, was a fully loaded Canon GP200F. Our existing equipment was on its last legs, explains Henry Zaldivar, Senior Account Executive for Davacom One, and with 30 employees, we needed a product that could handle our heavy fax volume.
Canon GP200F Build around a 20 cpm laser print engine, the high-end Canon GP200F (suggested retail $13,100) integrates copying, printing, scanning and faxing functions for shared resources on a network or as a standalone office solution. Canons NetSpot Network Management Software (included), provides desktop control across multiple computer operating platforms and network protocols.
Platen-based MFPs Are Making Their Mark Tech-Write / June, 1998 Three or four people would be waiting to use the fax, which was slow, jammed and ran out of paper all the time. Faxing is a critical need in our office and things had gotten out of control. According to Zaldivar, Every department (accounting, sales, marketing, technical and management) uses the GP200Fs fax capabilities to primarily transmit proposals, legal documents, service/warranty information and promotional materials. As a systems integrator, we also have a need to transmit network design drawings (up to 11 x 17) directly from the platen glass. We dont like to reduce the image first due to a loss in clarity. We also use the duplex faxing function that allows us to send two-sided computer specifications directly from the RDF (Recirculating Document Feeder). Half of Davacom Ones GP200F usage is fax-related and the remaining 50 percent is split evenly between copier and printer functions. Fifteen people are networked to the GP with each having the ability to print PC files and receive faxes. As a fax on our network, Zaldivar explains, Incoming documents are routed directly to the system administrator. Using Cheyenne Fax Serve, she views the cover page and forwards the document to the individuals workstation. Faxes can first be viewed and then printed to the GP. If the network is temporarily down, due to a system upgrade, all received faxes are printed automatically, so nothing gets lost. On the PC-fax send side, PC-faxing isnt something they use due to the variety of documents sent, which can include PowerPoint presentations and Excel spreadsheets. As a copier, John Kaufman, Davacom Ones Vice-President of Marketing and Operations notes that, Even without the fax and printer components, the GP is a excellent copier with fullyfunctional duplexing and enlargement/reduction features, as well as stapling and multiple trays options. We use the system to make copies of documents that cant be fed through a document feeder, like brochures, magazines and newspaper articles. Since fax, print and copy output is generated on just one system, Zaldivar has the GP200F programmed to deliver each into its own tray, effectively separating fax-print-copy output for easier retrieval and distribution. With a system thats as vital to day-to-day operations as the GP200F, the question of reliability invariably arose. Should the system need service, which according to Zaldivar, is infrequent, they are still able to send a fax. As long as the ADF is clear, we can send faxes. If a paper misfeed occurred in the paper path and service was needed, received faxes are stored in memory. Fax messages print once the system is operational. As far as printing from the desktop, using the NetSpot Network Management Software, the administrator has the option to hold print jobs or move them over to different printers. Theres a lot of flexibility in management to control document flow. With nothing but praise for both the Canon GP200F and the outstanding support theyve received, I couldnt help but think, Why shouldnt they be happy, they didnt pay for it! Well, after eight months of self-described abuse, the beta unit went back to Canon. The minute they pulled it out, we almost had mutiny, exclaimed Zaldivar. Within one week the paperwork was signed for a three-year lease on a new GP200F. ### Denine Phillips, of Tech-Write, Annandale, New Jersey, is an office technology consultant and free-lance writer. She can be reached for questions or comments via e-mail:, or her Web site:

Copyright 1998 by Tech-Write. All Rights Reserved.
Platen-based MFPs Are Making Their Mark Tech-Write / June, 1998

Table 1

Manufacturer/Model Suggested Retail Channel Modes: Standard Optional Compatibility LAN Fax/Print Support Print Technology Modem Speed Engine Duty Cycle Paper Supply Standard Max. ADF Capacity Max. Orig. Size (ADF) Max. Orig. Size (FBS) Interface Type Print Speed Energy Star
Hewlett-Packard OfficeJet Pro 1170C/1175C $799/$999 (Est. street) Retail/Select dealers 1170C: Clr print/copy/scan 1175C: Includes PC-fax N/A Win 3.1, 95 (NT in summer) No/No Ink-jet PC-dependent 3,000 pgs./month 150 sheets 150 sheets 30-sheet 8.5 x 11 8.5 x 11 Bidirectional parallel (std) Print*: 9ppm (blk); 5ppm (clr) Copy*: 9cpm (blk); 3cpm (clr) Yes
Muratec MFX-2000 $5,995 Dealer Fax/copy Print Win 3.1, 95 No/Yes (opt.) Laser 14.4Kbps* 7,500 pgs./month 300/300 sheets 1,200 sheets 50-sheet 12 x 35.4 11.7 x 17 Bidirectional parallel (opt.) Print: 15ppm Copy: 15cpm Yes
Canon GP200F $13,100 Dealer Copy/print/fax Scan Win,Mac,UNIX LAN Fax Send/Yes (opt.) Laser 14.4Kbps 75,000 pgs./month 500/500/50 sheets 3,050 sheets 50-sheet** 11 x x 17 Serial/bidirectional parallel/AppleTalk/Ethernet 10BT, 10B2, 10B5*** Print: 20ppm Copy: 20cpm No
* Econofast, ** Duplex fax/send receive capability, ***NetSpotTM Network Management Software included.
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Table 2

Brother MFC-8550 Canon GP200F HP OfficeJet Pro 1170C HP OfficeJet Pro 1175C Konica 7410 Lanier 5112 Muratec MFX-2000 Muratec MFX-1500 Xerox DC System 20
$3,395 $13,100 $799 (street) $999 (street) $2,795 $3,395 $5,995 $3,995 $19,495

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