Stylus 1500/Iis/II/Pro XL/Pro

Programming Note
for
EPSON
Stylus Pro XL, Stylus Pro,
Stylus COLOR II, Stylus COLOR IIs,
Stylus 820 & Stylus 1500
Revision: 01
Printed: 01/08/96
EPSON
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. INTRODUCING THE EPSON STYLUS PRO XL, STYLUS PRO, STYLUS COLOR II, STYLUS
COLOR IIS STYLUS 820 & STYLUS 1500
.................................................................................................. 4
2. PAPER TYPES AND SIZES.......................................................................................................................... 6
3. PRINTABLE AREA....................................................................................................................................... 7
4. INK DENSITY VS. PRINTING MODE.......................................................................................................10
5. THE NEW EPSON STYLUS COLOR SERIES “SMALL DOT” ESC/P2 COMMAND
............................14
6. RASTER GRAPHIC COMMAND................................................................................................................14
7. HIGHER PERFORMANCE MONOCHROME MODE FOR THE EPSON STYLUS COLOR II
& STYLUS 1500 ONLY................................................................................................................................15
8. CIE - L*A*B* VALUES................................................................................................................................16
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LIST OF TABLES:
Table 1:
Table 2:
Table 3:
Table 4:
Table 5:
Table 6:
Table 7:
Table 8:
Table 9:
Table 10:
Table 11:
Table 12:
Table 13:
Printer Feature summary............................................................................................ 5
Epson Paper Types and Sizes..................................................................................... 6
Printable Area for The EPSON Stylus Pro XL,.......................................................... 7
Printable Area for The EPSON Stylus Pro, COLOR II, COLOR IIs, & Stylus 820
..... 8
Printable Area for The EPSON Stylus 1500
............................................................... 9
Ink Density vs. Print Mode for the Stylus Pro & Stylus Pro XL
................................ 10
Ink Density vs. Print Mode for Stylus COLOR II and Stylus 1500
............................ 11
Ink Density vs. Monochrome Print Mode for the Stylus COLOR IIs, Stylus 820
...... 12
Ink Density vs. CMY Print Mode for Stylus COLOR IIs, Stylus 820
........................ 13
Raster Graphic Command Summary
........................................................................ 14
CIE - L*a*b* values for the Stylus Pro XL & Stylus Pro
......................................... 16
CIE - L*a*b* values for the Stylus COLOR II & Stylus 1500
.................................. 17
CIE - L*a*b* values for the Stylus COLOR IIs & Stylus 820
................................... 18
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This Programming notes is intended to used in conjunction with the EPSON
ESC/P Reference Manual, November 1994.
1. Introducing the EPSON Stylus Pro XL, Stylus Pro, Stylus COLOR II, Stylus COLOR IIs
Stylus 820 & Stylus 1500
This is a brief summary of the new features of EPSON’s five newest color inkjet printers and the
Stylus 820, which is a COLOR IIs compatible, except it is shipped as a monochrome printer.
These Programming Notes apply to the following printers:
EPSON Stylus Pro XL
EPSON Stylus Pro
EPSON Stylus COLOR II
EPSON Stylus COLOR IIs, and Stylus 820 (monochrome standard, color optional)
EPSON Stylus 1500 (monochrome stand
ard, color optional)
All six printers add the new “small dot” feature which allows printing with the smaller dot sizes to
produce the highest quality in color inkjet printing. The dot size is selectable between “standard”
and “small dot”. All printers can print on EPSON coated paper, and the new Glossy Paper. The
new Glossy Paper provides a near photographic appearance and is recommended for the printer’s
highest resolution (720dpi) setting.
The Stylus Pro XL & Stylus Pro both provide the highest quality in 720 dpi color printing, even
on plain paper. The Stylus Pro is a narrow carriage printer, while the Stylus Pro XL is a wide
carriage printer which can support up to A3+ paper size (12.95”x19.02”), in addition to other
paper sizes.
The main difference between the Stylus COLOR II and the other printer models is that the black
ink, which is darker for improved text printing, does not mix well with the Cyan, Magenta, and
Yellow inks when printing on plain paper. On other type of papers, this Black ink and the CMY
inks can be mixed without any problem. When printing an image that contains both color and
black data on plain paper, EPSON recommends using C+M+Y to create composite black.
The Stylus COLOR IIs is the least expensive EPSON color solution. The printer can be set up as
either a black only printer, or as a CMY three color printer. The user can easily replace the ink
cartridge and print head to match the type of printing desired. The maximum printable resolution
for the Stylus COLOR IIs is 360 dpi horizontal by 720 dpi vertical.
The Stylus 820 is identical to the Stylus COLOR IIs except for the default configuration, which is
monochrome for the Stylus 820 and color for the Stylus COLOR IIs. The Stylus 820 is shipped
with only a monochrome ink cartridge and print head. The user can purchase a color option to
upgrade to a color capable printer. The Stylus 820 driver, should be identical to the Stylus
COLOR IIs driver, including color. The Stylus 820 is shipping in Asia & Europe but not in the
U.S.
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The Stylus 1500 is a wide carriage printer that supports up to A2, US C size papers as well as
tractor continuous sheet printing. The Stylus 1500 is a color upgradable monochrome printer.
Table 1 summarizes the new features for the new EPSON Stylus COLOR printer series.
Table 1: Printer Feature summary
Stylus Pro XL
Stylus Pro
720h x 720v
720h x 720v
yes
yes
yes
CYMK
CYMK
CMY + K
(K not mixable
for plain paper)
Paper type vs.
Resolution
Glossy
720*
720*
720*
360x720*
720 Coated
720*
720*
720*
360x720*
360 Coated
360
360
360*
360*
Transparency
360
360
360*
360*
180, 360, 720*
180, 360, 720*
180, 360, 720*
180,360,
360x 720*
Max Resolution
(dpi)
Small dot
Ink Type
Plain
Stylus COLOR II Stylus COLOR IIs
& Stylus 1500
& Stylus 820
720h x 720v
360h x 720v
Yes (res. may be
lower quality than
others)
CMY or K
(user switchable)
* = set to small dot for this resolution
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2. Paper Types and Sizes
In addition to the standard plain paper and envelope sizes, EPSON provides special paper types
in the following sizes:
Table 2: Epson Paper Types and Sizes
EPSON Special Paper
Glossy
Coated 720
Coated 360
Transparency
Plain Paper
Paper Sizes
Letter, A4, A3*, B*, Super A3/B*
Letter, Legal, A4, A3*, B*,
SuperA3/B*, A2 **
Letter, A4, A3*, Super A3/B*,
A2**
Letter, A4
Letter, Legal, A4, Executive,
Statement, B5, User Defined.***
Envelopes: DL, CA, #10
* - paper size supported only by the wide carriage printers: Stylus Pro XL,
Stylus 1500
** - paper size supported only by the Stylus 1500
*** - The minimum and maximum User Defined paper sizes for the Stylus Pro XL are
101.8~329 (mm) x 101.6~1117.6 (mm), Width x Height, respectively.
- The minimum and maximum User Defined paper sizes for the Stylus 1500 are
101.8~431.8 (mm) x 101.6~1117.6 (mm), Width x Height, respectively.
- The minimum and maximum User Defined paper sizes for the Stylus Pro, II, IIs, 820 are
101.8~215.9 (mm) x 101.6~1117.6 (mm), Width x Height, respectively.
Note:
The folowing paper sizes, used only for the Japan domestic ma
rket, are omitted: B5, Post Card,
2-Way Post Card.
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3. Printable Area
Table 3 through 5 summarize the printable area for the Stylus Pro XL; the Stylus Pro, Stylus
COLOR II, Stylus COLOR IIs, Stylus 820; & the Stylus 1500, respectively.
Table 3: Printable Area for The EPSON Stylus Pro XL,
(1dot = 1/360")
d
a
b
c
d
e
a
b
c
e
f
Size
Legal
Letter
A4
Executive
Statement
A6 Index
#10 Envelope
C5 Envelope
DL Envelope
A3
Super A3/B
US-B
User Defined Size
Minimum:
Maximum:
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a
Left
Margin
(dot)
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
b
Printable
Width
(dot)
2,975
2,975
2,891
2,525
1,895
1403
3335
3,159
3,032
4,124
4,577
3,875
c
Right
Margin
(dot)
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
d
Top
Margin
(dot)
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
e
Printable
Height
(dot)
4,800
3,720
3,969
3,540
2,820
1857
1,245
2,056
1,319
5,712
6,605
5,885
f
Bottom
Margin
(dot)
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
43
1,356
4,577
43
43
1,199
15,601
198
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Table 4: Printable Area for The EPSON Stylus Pro, COLOR II, COLOR IIs, & Stylus 820,
(1dot = 1/360")
d
a
b
c
d
e
a
b
c
e
f
Size
f
a
Left
Margin
(dot)
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
b
Printable
Width*
(dot)
2,880
2,880
2,880
2,525
1,895
1403
2,880
2,880
2,880
c
Right
Margin
(dot)
137
137
137
43
43
43
498
322
195
d
Top
Margin
(dot)
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
e
Printable
Height
(dot)
4,800
3,720
3,969
3,540
2,820
1857
1,245
2,056
1,319
f
Bottom
Margin
(dot)
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
Legal
Letter
A4
Executive
Statement
A6 Index
#10 Envelope
C5 Envelope
DL Envelope
User Defined Size
Minimum:
43
1,356
43
43
1,199
198
Maximum:
2,880
15,601
* - the maximum printable width for narrow carriage printers is 8” or 2880 dots, (1”=360 dots)
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Table 5: Printable Area for The EPSON Stylus 1500
(1dot = 1/360")
d
a
b
c
d
e
a
b
c
e
f
Size
Legal
Legal Transverse
Letter
A4
Executive
Statement
A6 Index
B4
B4 Transverse
#10 Envelope
C5 Envelope
DL Envelope
A2
A3
A3 Transverse
Super A3/B
US-B
US-B Transverse
US-C
Tractor Paper Min.:
Max.:
User Defined Size
Minimum:
Maximum:
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a
Left
Margin
(dot)
43
72
43
43
43
43
43
43
58
43
43
43
43
43
353
43
43
353
43
43
b
Printable
Width
(dot)
2,975
4896
2,975
2,891
2,525
1,895
1403
3458
4890
3335
3,159
3,032
4896
4,124
4890
4,577
3,875
4887
4896
1358
4896
c
Right
Margin
(dot)
43
72
43
43
43
43
43
43
58
43
43
43
1015
43
709
43
43
878
1181
43
d
Top
Margin
(dot)
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
-
e
Printable
Height
(dot)
4,800
2819
3,720
3,969
3,540
2,820
1857
4762
3302
1,245
2,056
1,319
8178
5,712
3969
6,605
5,885
3719
7679
-
f
Bottom
Margin
(dot)
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
198
-
43
1,358
4,896
43
43
1,199
15,601
198
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4. Ink Density vs. Printing Mode
To prevent oversaturation when mixing Cyan (C), Magenta (M), Yellow (Y) & Black (K) ink
drops on paper, the amount of ink applied will vary depending on the printer model, type of paper
and resolution used.
Table 5 to 9 summarize the limitation of ink duty in the different print modes for the different
printers. The amount of ink drop varies when printing with one ink, two inks, or three inks
combination. The combination of two ink drops of either C, M, Y, will produce Red, Green or
Blue color, known as RGB. While the combination of three ink drops of C, M, Y, will produce a
composite Black. The ink duty to produce RGB & composite black is therefore reduced for each
C, M, Y to avoid color saturation.
Table 6: Ink Density vs. Print Mode for the Stylus Pro & Stylus Pro XL
Resolution
†
Media Type
(180 dpi)
Plain Paper
(360 dpi)
Plain Paper
(720 dpi)
Coated Paper
- 360 dpi
Transparency
Film
Plain Paper
-720 dpi
Coated Paper
-720 dpi
Glossy Paper
Print mode
Resolution,
(Dot size)
180 dpi,
(Normal Dot)
360 dpi,
(Normal Dot)
360 dpi,
(Normal Dot)
360 dpi,
(Normal Dot)
720 dpi,
(Small Dot) †
720 dpi,
(Small Dot) †
720 dpi
(Small Dot) †
Limitation of ink
duty*
a) C, M, Y or K ink
b) R,G,B = two inks
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 200% (255/255*2)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 200% (255/255*2)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 200% (255/255*2)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 200% (255/255*2)
a) 67% (171/255)
b) 100% (128/255*2)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 130% (166/255*2)
a) 75% (191/255)
b) 100% (128/255*2)
Option**
Micro
Weave
OFF
OFF
(ON**)
ON
(OFF)
ON
ON
ON
ON
High
Speed
ON
(OFF)
ON
(OFF)
ON
(OFF)
OFF
(ON)
OFF
(ON)
OFF
(ON)
OFF
(ON)
Small dot size is selected using “ESC ( e” command.
* These are recommended values only. You may find that other values are more suitable for your driver or
application.
** The parameter within the “( )” indicates a user selectable option. These options are available only
when a choice, “( )”, is indicated.If the user turns MicroWeave “ON”, the
n High Speed mode (bidirectional printhead printing) should be disabled for best quality.
Revision: 01
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When printing an image that contains both color and black data on plain paper, (such as black text
on a color picture), with a Stylus COLOR II or a Stylus 1500, EPSON recommends
printing
black with composite blackby mixing C+M+Y inks., This black ink can mix with the CMY inks
for all other paper types, in the Stylus COLOR II and Stylus 1500.
Table 7: Ink Density vs. Print Mode for Stylus COLOR II and Stylus 1500
Resolution
(180 dpi)
(360 dpi)
(720 dpi)
Media Type
Print mode
Dot
arrangement,
(Dot size)
180 dpi,
(Normal Dot)
Limitation of ink duty*
a) C, M, Y or K ink
b) R,G,B = two inks
c) Black =Three inks
††
Plain Paper
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 200% (255/255*2)
c) 300% (255/255*3)?
360 dpi,
a) 100% (255/255)
Plain Paper††
(Normal Dot) b) 200% (255/255*2)
c) 200% (170/255*3)?
Coated Paper
360 dpi,
a) 100% (255/255)
†
-360 dpi
(Small Dot) b) 160% (136/255*2)
c) 160% (136/255*3)?
Transparency
360 dpi,
a) 100% (255/255)
†
Film
(Small Dot) b) 160% (136/255*2)
c) 160% (136/255*3)?
Coated Paper
720 dpi,
a) 65% (166/255)
-720 dpi
(Small Dot) † b) 65% (83/255*2)
c) 65% (55/255*3) ?
Glossy Paper
720 dpi,
a) 50% (255/255)
(Small Dot) † b) 50% (64/255*2)
c) 50% (43/255*3) ?
Option**
Micro
High
Weave
Speed
OFF
ON
(OFF)
OFF
(ON**)
ON
(OFF)
ON**
(OFF)
OFF
(ON)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
†
Small dot size is selected using “ESC ( e” command.
††
When printing an image with both color and black data on plain paper, use composite black (C+M+Y).
? indicates that these are not fully verified values and you should use special caution when programming
for this setting.
* These are recommended values only. You may find that other values are more suitable for your driver or
application.
** The parameter within the “( )” indicates a user selectable option. These options are available
only when a choice, “( )”, is indicated.If the user turns MicroWeave “ON”, the
n High Speed
mode (bi-directional printhead printing) should be disabled for best quality.
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Table 8: Ink Density vs.MonochromePrint Mode for the Stylus COLOR IIs, Stylus 820
(Monochrome Print Head and Ink Cartridge Installed)
Resolution
Media Type
(180 dpi)
Plain Paper
(360 dpi)
Plain Paper
***
Print mode Limitation of ink duty*
Resolution, For Black ink
(Dot size)
180 dpi,
100% (255/255)
(Normal Dot)
Option**
Micro
High
Weave
Speed
OFF
ON
(OFF)
360 dpi,
100% (255/255)
(Normal Dot)
OFF
(ON**)
ON
(OFF)
100% (255/255) ?
ON**
(OFF)
OFF
(ON)
100% (255/255)
ON
OFF
100% (255/255)
ON
100% (255/255) ?
ON
OFF
(ON)
OFF
(ON)
100% (255/255) ?
ON
Coated Paper
360 dpi,
-360 dpi
(Normal Dot)
?
Transparency
360 dpi,
Film
(Small Dot) †
(360x720dpi)
Plain Paper
360x720 dpi
(Small Dot) †
(360x720dpi) Coated Paper 360x720 dpi
***
- 720 dpi
(Small Dot) †
?
(360x720dpi) HQ Glossy 360x720 dpi,
***
Paper
(Small Dot) †
?
†
OFF
(ON)
Small dot size is selected using “ESC ( e” command.
? indicates that these are not fully verified values and you should use special caution when programming
for this setting.
* These are recommended values only. You may find that other values are more suitable for your driver or
application.
** The parameter within the “( )” indicates a user selectable option. These options are available only
when a choice, “( )”, is indicated.If the user turns MicroWeave “ON”, the
n High Speed mode (bidirectional printhead printing) should be disabled for best quality..
*** These combinations of settings (along this row) are possible, but not recommended.
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Table 9: Ink Density vs.CMY Print Mode for Stylus COLOR IIs, Stylus 820
(CMY Print Head and Ink Cartridge Installed)
Resolution
Media Type
Print mode
Dot
arrangement,
(Dot size)
(180 dpi)
Plain Paper
180 dpi,
(Normal Dot)
(360 dpi)
Plain Paper
360 dpi,
(Normal Dot)
Coated Paper
-360 dpi
360 dpi,
(Small Dot) †
Transparency
360 dpi,
Film
(Small Dot) †
(360x720dpi)
Coated Paper 360x 720 dpi,
-720 dpi
(Small Dot) †
(360x720dpi) Glossy Paper 360x 720 dpi,
(Small Dot) †
†
Limitation of ink duty*
a) C, M, or Y ink
b) R,G,B = two inks
c) Black =Three inks
(C+M+Y)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 200% (255/255*2)
c) 300% (255/255*3)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 200% (255/255*2)
c) 200% (170/255*3)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 160% (204/255*2)
c) 160% (136/255*3)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 160% (204/255*2)
c) 160% (136/255*3)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 130% (166/255*2)
c) 130% (110/255*3)
a) 100% (255/255)
b) 100% (128/255*2)
c) 100% (85/255*3)
Option**
Micro
High
Weave
Speed
OFF
ON
(OFF)
OFF
(ON**)
ON
(OFF)
ON**
(OFF)
OFF
(ON)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Small dot size is selected using “ESC ( e” command.
* These are recommended values only. You may find that other values are more suitable for your driver or
application.
** The parameter within the “( )” indicates a user selectable option. These options are available only
when a choice, “( )”, is indicated.If the user turns MicroWeave “ON”, the
n High Speed mode (bidirectional printhead printing) should be disabled for best quality.
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5. The new EPSON Stylus COLOR series “small dot” ESC/P2 Command
The ESC/P2 command to control the Dot Size is:
Format:
ASCII
Hex
Dec
ESC
1B
27
(
28
40
e
65
101
02H
02
02
00H
00
00
n1
n1
n1
n2
n2
n2
Parameter range:
n1 =
n2 =
=
=
00
00
01
02
reserved for future use. Set to 00
default dot size (standard dot size)
selects small dot size
selects standard dot size
Function:
selects the ink drop size (nominal dot diameter)
Note:
- default is standard dot size n2 = 00
- default dot size is set whenever the printer is initialized
- this command is available regardless of resolution or printing mode
- this command is implemented after entering raster graphics mode - ESC ( G - and
prior to sending raster graphics data - ESC.
6. Raster Graphic Command
Table 10: Raster Graphic Command Summary
Print Mode
Command
V
180
Parameter
H
v
180
20
h
20
360
360
10
10
360x720
720
360
5
10
720 x 720
720
720
5
5
180 x 180
360 x 360
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ESC . 0, 1,
2 or 3
m
1, 8,
24
1, 8,
24
1
1, 8,
24
Micro
Weave
N/A
Available
Available
Available
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7. Higher Performance Monochrome Mode for The EPSON Stylus COLOR II
& Stylus 1500 only
If printing with only true Black ink (monochrome mode), printing speed can be enhanced by
selecting the following command. This command does not affect the ink used for printing, it only
affects internal buffering schemes which can improve performance.
The ESC/P2 command to select the “Higher Performance Monochrome Mode” or “Standard
performance Color Mode” is:
Format:
ASCII
Hex
Dec
ESC
1B
27
(
28
40
K
4B
75
02H
02
02
00H
00
00
n1
n1
n1
n2
n2
n2
Parameter range:
n1 =
n2 =
=
=
Function:
00
00
01
02
selects default mode
selects higher performance monochrome mode
selects standard color mode
- Higher Performance Monochrome Mode
- before only monochrome data is sent, select higher performance
monochrome printing mode
- throughput is faster than printing monochrome data in standard mode
- Standard Performance Color Mode
- this is the standard mode which must be used if color data may be sent to
the printer during the current page.
Notes:
- this command must be executed before paper feeding.
- the default mode used when n2=00, or if no command is sent is as follows:
- If black and color cartridges are both installed, the Standard Color
Performance Mode is the default.
- If the color cartridge is empty or removed, the Higher Performance
Monochrome Mode is the default.
- this command is reset by the initialization command and the
default mode is used.
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8. CIE - L*a*b* values
Table 11: CIE - L*a*b* values for the Stylus Pro XL & Stylus Pro
Resolution
360 dpi
720 dpi
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Media Type
Plain
Color
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
Black
Coated Paper Cyan
(360)
Magenta
Yellow
Black
Transparency Cyan
Film
Magenta
Yellow
Black
Coated Paper Cyan
(720)
Magenta
Yellow
Black
L*
57.1
47.3
86.3
23.7
61.8
56.1
85.2
37.0
17.5
17.4
26.3
2.1
50.4
44.8
82.5
18.1
a*
-22.2
84.3
-6.1
0.5
-21.1
66.1
-6.0
1.5
-6.1
38.3
-9.8
0.7
-19.3
84.5
0.0
0.6
b*
-49.4
-39.7
76.3
-2.3
-36.5
-32.2
52.9
-3.9
-27.7
-18.7
-24.3
-2.5
-49.1
-32.9
84.3
-0.9
16
Table 12: CIE - L*a*b* values for the Stylus COLOR II & Stylus 1500
Resolution
360 dpi
720 dpi
360x720 dpi
Revision: 01
Media Type
Plain
Color
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
Black
Coated Paper Cyan
(360)
Magenta
Yellow
Black
Transparency Cyan
Film
Magenta
Yellow
Black
Coated Paper Cyan
(720)
Magenta
Yellow
Black
Glossy Paper Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
Black
L*
61.1
53.3
86.1
25.7
56.7
46.2
86.5
25.1
31.9
26.0
43.5
18.1
42.7
37.1
81.0
22.4
50.3
42.1
87.2
16.4
a*
-20.8
49.8
-6.3
1.8
-21.7
67.1
-6.2
2.0
-12.8
32.3
-9.1
0.7
-14.6
66.2
4.9
2.2
-23.6
72.4
-5.2
2.2
b*
-36.3
-9.4
54.9
-2.4
-49.4
-9.7
77.6
-5.4
-24.6
-9.5
31.5
-1.3
-49.2
4.9
92.5
-5.3
-51.5
6.9
95.0
-3.9
17
Table 13: CIE - L*a*b* values for the Stylus COLOR IIs & Stylus 820
Resolution
Monochrome
360
360x720
Color
360 dpi
360x720 dpi
Revision: 01
Media Type
Plain
Transparency
Plain
Plain
Color
Black
Black
Black
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
Black
CMY
Coated Paper Cyan
(360)
Magenta
Yellow
Black
CMY
Transparency Cyan
Film
Magenta
Yellow
Black
CMY
Coated Paper Cyan
(720)
Magenta
Yellow
Black
CMY
Glossy Paper Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
Black
CMY
L*
25.6
2.6
25.7
60.9
52.5
85.5
44.3
48.2
56.3
46.0
86.4
32.7
37.9
17.1
9.5
26.1
4.4
6.8
48.4
40.1
82.2
25.0
29.7
48.6
39.4
85.9
14.3
17.5
a*
1.5
1.1
1.8
-22.4
50.0
-7.1
13.7
3.1
-24.7
67.4
-6.4
22.6
4.2
-5.5
31.5
-10.3
17.6
2.0
-18.2
67.2
0.6
22.0
2.0
-25.7
76.1
-5.4
36.7
4.4
b*
-2.2
-2.4
-2.0
-36.1
-7.9
56.7
-27.6
-7.2
-46.1
-6.7
76.8
-39.1
-11.0
-28.3
-14.8
25.8
-28.8
-11.2
-49.3
1.0
86.3
-37.6
-7.6
-51.8
9.5
99.6
-49.9
-16.8
18