Xerox DocuPrint 4512 user manual

User manual for the device Xerox DocuPrint 4512

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The Xerox DocuPrint 4512/
4512N Network Laser Printer
Setting Up Guide

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Xerox Corporation Xerox Canada, Limited 701 South Aviation Blvd. 5650 Yonge Street El Segundo, CA North York, Ontario 90245 Canada USA M2M 4G7 Americas Operations Support Rank Xerox, Limited 800 Long Ridge Road Parkway Stamford, CT Marlow 06904-1600 Buckinghamshire USA SL7 1YL United Kingdom Copyright © 1995, 1996 Xerox Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms of matters of copyrightable materials and information now allowed by statutory or judicial law

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Table of Contentsi Overview ............................................................................................... 2 Selecting a Printer Location ................................................................ 3 Unpacking the Printer ......................................................................... 4 Getting to Know the Printer ................................................................ 5 Assembling the Printer ..............................................................

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr in t 4 512 /4512 N Setting up your Xerox DocuPrint 4512/4512N Network Laser Printer is Overview quite easy. It will likely take 10 to 30 minutes, depending on which printer options you install. Follow all instructions in this guide to complete printer setup. 1. “Selecting a Printer Location” (page 3) 2. “Unpacking the Printer” (page 4) 3. “Getting to Know the Printer” (page 5) 4. “Assembling the Printer” (page 6) 5. “Testing the Printer” (page 12) 6. “Installing Prin

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr int 4 512 /451 2N Select a printer location that meets the minimum space requirements Selecting a shown in Figure 1. Set the printer on a flat, stable surface away from Printer direct sunlight and electrical interference. Location Figure 1 Minimum space requirements around the printer Top View 1 8 in. (203 mm) 4 in. (102 mm) 2 20 in. (508 mm) 3 In selecting a location for the printer, you should also consider the following: • Is the Control Panel accessible for vie

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr in t 4 512 /4512 N Unpack the printer from its box. Make sure that all of the parts, as Unpacking the shown in Figure 2, are present. If they are not, contact your dealer or Printer Xerox/Rank Xerox. Figure 2 Printer parts Power Cord 1 Photoconductor / Drum 2 Toner Cartridge 3 4 Tray Extension 5 Printer Diskettes 6 User Documentation 7 8 Manual Feed Guide 9 Cleaning Felt Keep all packing material should you ever need to repack and transport the printer. Note 4 ❖ Sett

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr int 4 512 /451 2N First, familiarize yourself with the major components identified in Getting to Figure 3. Then continue with “Assembling the Printer” (page 6). Know the Printer Figure 3 Major printer components Front View Fuser Cover 1 Control Panel Display 2 3 Front Cover 4 Manual Feed Slot Manual Feed Guide 5 Upper Paper Tray 6 7 Lower Paper Tray 8 Paper Output Tray Top Cover 9 Tray Release Buttons 10 Rear View 1 Top Cover Release Lever 2 Tray Extension 3 Power Swit

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr in t 4 512 /4512 N Assembling the printer is easily accomplished in just a few steps: Assembling the  Install the Toner Cartridge. Printer  Install the Photoconductor / Drum.  Install the Cleaning Felt.  Load the paper tray(s) with paper.  Attach the Manual Feed Guide and the Tray Extension.  Connect the power cord. Follow the instructions below to assemble the printer. Do not expose the Photoconductor / Drum to direct sunlight or artificial light for more than

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Ass em blin g th e Prin ter Hold the Toner Cartridge by its handle and Hold the Toner Cartridge in place and pull the 3 4 gently lower it into the printer. tab to remove the tape strip. The cartridge does not click into place. The arrows on the cartridge and printer should line up. S etting U p Gu id e ❖ 7

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Ass em bling th e Prin te r Remove the Photoconductor / Drum from its Pivot the Photoconductor / Drum down toward 5 6 wrapper and insert it vertically into the slots the back of the printer until it falls into place on the sides of the printer’s interior. horizontally. The photosensitive drum is easily damaged. Do not touch it or expose it to direct light. Carefully remove the sheet of black protective Rotate the fuser cover to the rear. 7 8 paper from the Photoconductor / Drum. Be sure not

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Ass em blin g th e Prin ter Remove the Cleaning Felt from its wrapper Press the tray release button on the right side 9 10 and, holding it by the protruding grip, insert it of the upper paper tray, then remove the tray into the slot. from the printer. Close the front cover and the top cover. Remove the stopper that protects the tray’s Push down the metal pressure plate until it 11 12 spring mechanism by twisting it out. locks into place. Keep the stopper in case you need it when transporting

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Ass em bling th e Prin te r Insert a stack of paper into the tray so that the If the paper does not fit within the preset 13 14 stack fits under the two metal tabs at the inside paper guides, adjust the guides so that they front corners of the tray. Do not overload the rest against the stack of paper. Then insert the tray. tray into the printer. The side of paper facing up gets printed. Repeat steps 10-14 for the lower tray. The lower tray will not feed paper unless the upper tray is in plac

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr int 4 512 /451 2N Insert the Manual Feed Guide into the manual Insert the Tray Extension into the back of the 15 16 feed slot on the front of the printer. paper output tray. It should rest on its support brackets in an almost The Tray Extension supports printed sheets of paper as they come out of the horizontal position. printer. You may find it convenient to leave it permanently in place. Check that the power switch is in the OFF (O) 17 position, then insert the p

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr in t 4 512 /4512 N To test the printer, power it ON, then print a configuration sheet using Testing the the Control Panel. Printer Power ON the printer and observe the following sequence on the 1 Control Panel: The display reads . Self Test The On Line light goes on. The display reads Emulation Size/Size. where is the emulation (PCL, PS2, Auto, HEX), and Emulation is the size of paper in the upper tray/lower tray. Size/Size Press On Line . 2 The light goes off. O

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr int 4 512 /451 2N A number of options are available to increase the capabilities of your Installing DocuPrint 4512/4512N. Contact your dealer or Xerox/Rank Xerox for Printer Options ordering information. Printer options include:  Memory SIMMS  PostScript  AppleTalk/Serial Interface Board  Ethernet Interface Board (pre-installed on the 4512N)  Token Ring Interface Board Paper handling options include:  High Capacity Feeder  Envelope Tray If you have purchased an

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Co n n e cting to th e H os t The DocuPrint 4512 can have up to two communication ports Connecting to (Figure 4). These ports allow you to connect to two distinct host systems the Host concurrently. Figure 4 DocuPrint 4512 input/output ports Rear View Parallel Interface 1 2 Network port (option) You must supply the appropriate interface cable(s) to connect the printer to the host(s). Refer to Table 1 on page 15 for specifications. If the printer has the Ethernet NIC option preinstalled, refer

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr int 4 512 /451 2N Table 1 DocuPrint 4512 cable specifications Port Type Cable Type(s) Connection Type Maximum Length Parallel P1284 IEEE P1284-B Compliant Standard Centronics 6 feet (2 meters) Parallel Cable 36-pin male Serial (option) 9 to 25-pin M/F RS-232 DB-25 9 feet (3 meters) Ethernet (option) ThinNet (10base2) BNC 607 feet (185 meters) and (RG-58 coaxial cable) 30 devices per segment 10baseT RJ-45 330 feet (100 meters) (24 gauge, unshielded per cable twisted pa

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr in t 4 512 /4512 N The Xerox Font Manager ships with 110 fonts. Most importantly, the Xerox Font Xerox Font Manager uses Agfa’s new MicroType font compression Manager technology, designed for high throughput of all type styles with uncompromised type rendering. The Xerox Font Manager also includes a number of productivity enhancements, such as double clicking for font previews, on-demand drive search, font grouping, and available font listings. In addition, the Xe

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Ins tallin g a Pr inte r D riv er The DocuPrint 4512 supports the PCL 5e emulation printer drivers Installing a listed in Table 2. To take full advantage of all the printer’s features when Printer Driver printing PCL jobs, install the appropriate DocuPrint 4512 PCL 5e emulation printer driver(s). (Consult your operating system user manual for instructions on installing a new printer driver.) Table 2 DocuPrint 4512 PCL 5e emulation printer drivers Environment Printer Driver Diskette † DOS Mic

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Settin g U p the D oc uPr in t 4 512 /4512 N Table 3 DocuPrint 4512 PostScript printer drivers Environment Printer Driver Diskette Windows Windows 3.1 / Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver Windows 95 for Microsoft Windows 3.1/ Windows 95 Windows NT 3.5 OnPAGE PS2 Printer Driver for Microsoft Windows NT 3.5 IBM OS/2 OS/2 Ver. 2.1 Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for IBM OS/2 Ver. 2.1 OS/2 WARP Xerox DocuPrint 4512 PS2 Printer Driver for IBM OS/2 WARP Macintosh System 6.x OnPAGE System


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