Designjet T7200 42 in Production Printer

Designjet T7200 42 in Production Printer
Designjet T7200 42 in Production Printer
Introductory Information
What is it?
Your printer is a color inkjet printer designed for fast, high-quality printing, with a resolution of up to 2400 × 1200.
•• Your printer is a color inkjet printer designed for printing high-quality images on paper up to 1067 mm (42 in) wide.
•• Your printer is a color inkjet printer designed for fast, high-quality printing, with a resolution of up to 2400 × 1200
optimized dpi from a 1200 × 1200 dpi input (using the Max. resolution for photo papers option).
•• Two rolls (three rolls in some configurations) loaded at once provide automatic, fast and easy switching between
different rolls, or long runs of unattended printing.
•• A six-ink system with accurate and consistent color reproduction with automatic color calibration.
•• Two black printheads enable the printer to print grayscale jobs fast with unusually good quality.
Other sources of information
A complete user’s guide and further information on your printer are available at HP’s support website:
www.hp.com/go/T7200/support.
The guide provides information on the following topics:
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Introduction to the printer and its software
Installing the software
Setting up the printer
Paper handling
Handling ink cartridges and printheads
Printing
Color management
Practical printing examples
Maintaining the printer
Accessories
Troubleshooting print-quality issues
Troubleshooting paper issues
Troubleshooting ink cartridge and printhead issues
Troubleshooting general printer issues
Front-panel error messages
Getting help
Printer specifications
Job-handling scenarios
Legal notices
The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP Products and services
are set forth in the express warranty statement accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be
construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions
contained herein.
For some countries/regions a printed HP Limited Warranty is provided in the box. In countries/regions where the
warranty is not provided in printed format, you may request a printed copy from www.hp.com/go/orderdocuments, or
write to:
North America: Hewlett Packard, MS POD, 11311 Chinden Blvd, Boise, ID 83714, USA.
Europe, Middle East, Africa: Hewlett-Packard, POD, Via G. Di Vittorio 9, 20063 Cernusco s/Naviglio (MI), Italy.
Asia, Pacific: Hewlett-Packard, POD, P.O. Box 200, Alexandra Post Office, Singapore 911507.
Safety precautions
The following precautions ensure the proper use of the printer and prevent the printer from being damaged. Follow
these precautions at all times.
•• Use the power supply voltage specified on the nameplate. Avoid overloading the printer’s electrical outlet with
multiple devices.
•• Ensure that the printer is well-grounded. Failure to ground the printer can result in electrical shock, fire and
susceptibility to electromagnetic interference.
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•• Do not disassemble or repair the printer yourself. Contact your local HP Service Representative for service, see
Using your printer.
•• Use only the electrical cord supplied by HP with the printer. Do not damage, cut or repair the power cord. A damaged
power cord can cause fire or electric shock. Replace a damaged power cord with an HP-approved power cord.
•• Do not allow metal or liquids (except those used in HP Cleaning Kits) to touch the internal parts of the printer. Doing so
can cause fire, electric shock or other serious hazards.
•• Turn off the printer and unplug the power cable from the power outlet in any of the following cases:
•• When you place your hands inside the printer
•• If there is smoke or an unusual smell coming from the printer
•• If the printer is making an unusual noise not heard during normal operation
•• If a piece of metal or a liquid (not part of cleaning and maintenance routines) touches internal parts of the printer
•• During a thunderstorm
•• During a power failure
The front panel
The front panel has the following components, starting with the four direct-access keys:
1. Trigger media loading.
2. View information key. By pressing this key repeatedly, you can see information about all loaded papers, about the
printer’s connection to the computer, about the printer’s ink level and about the printhead status.
3. Pause printing key pauses printing immediately. Press the key again to restart printing. This can be useful, for
instance, when you want to change or load a roll.
4. Form feed and cut key.
5. Front-panel display: displays errors, warnings and information on using your printer.
6. Back key: to go to the previous step in a procedure or interaction. To go to the upper level, or leave the option in the
menu, or when given an option.
7. Menu key: press to return to the main menu of the front-panel display. If you are already on the main menu it will
display the status screen.
8. Down key: to go down in a menu or option, or to decrease a value, for example when configuring the frontpanel
display contrast or the IP address.
9. Power key: to turn the printer off or on, it also has a light to indicate the printer’s status. If the power key light is off
the printer is off. If the power key light is blinking green, the printer is starting up. If the power key light is green on,
the printer is on. If the power key light is amber on, the printer is in standby. If the power key light is blinking amber,
the printer needs attention.
10. Cancel key: to abort a procedure or interaction.
11. Up key: to go up in a menu or option, or to increase a value, for example when configuring the front-panel display
contrast or the IP address.
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12. OK key: to confirm an action while in a procedure or interaction. To enter in a submenu in the menu. To select a value
when given an option. If the status screen is displayed, this key takes you to the main menu.
13. Status light: indicates the printer’s status. If the status light is solid green, the printer is ready. If it is flashing green,
the printer is busy. If it is solid amber, there is a system error. If it is flashing amber, the printer needs attention.
Front-panel error messages and codes
If an error message appears on the front panel that is not included in this list, and you are in doubt about the correct
response, turn off the printer and then turn it back on. If the problem persists, contact HP Support. See Using your printer.
Error message or code
Recommendation
[Color] cartridge has expired
Replace the cartridge.
[Color] cartridge is incorrect
Replace the cartridge by one supported in this region.
[Color] cartridge is missing
Insert a cartridge of the correct color.
[Color] cartridge is out of ink
Replace the cartridge.
[Color] printhead #[n] error: please remove
Remove the incorrect printhead and insert a new printhead of the
correct type (color and number).
[Color] printhead #[n] error: replace
Remove the non-functional printhead and insert a new printhead.
Faulty cartridge. Replace [color] cartridge
Replace the cartridge.
PDL Error: Ink system not ready
Clean the printheads.
Replace [color] cartridge
Replace the cartridge.
Reseat [color] cartridge
Remove and reinsert the same cartridge.
26.n.01 (where n = the ink cartridge number)
Remove ink cartridge n and reinstall it in the printer. If the error
persists, replace the ink cartridge. If the problem persists, contact
HP Support.
29.01
The maintenance cartridge is not inserted correctly.
•• Open the maintenance cartridge door on the right side of the
printer, make sure that the maintenance cartridge is correctly
seated, and then close the door.
•• If the problem persists, replace the maintenance cartridge.
If the problem persists, contact HP Support.
SE 39.n:01.2 (where n = the roll number)
Unable to load roll n from standby/parking position; roll
mispositioned. Roll n has been unloaded. Reload it and check that the
paper is correctly aligned with the hubs.
SE 39.n:01.3 (where n = the roll number)
Unable to load roll n from standby/parking position; paper edges
were not found. Roll n has been unloaded. Reload it.
SE 40:03
A roll loading error has occurred.
•• Turn the power off at the rear of the printer and disconnect the
power cord.
•• Open the Smart Roll-loading System and check for any visible
obstacles restricting its movement.
•• Reconnect the power cord and turn on the printer.
If the problem persists, contact HP Support.
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Error message or code
Recommendation
63.04
An input/output problem has occurred with the network card. Try the
following remedies:
•• Make sure that the network cable is correctly connected to the
network card.
•• Verify that your printer firmware is up to date.
If the problem persists, contact HP Support.
81.01, 81.03, 86.01
Open the printer window and make sure that there are no obstacles
restricting the movement of the drive roller. If the paper has jammed
and is restricting the movement of the drive roller, lift the paper load
lever and clear the obstruction. If the problem persists, contact HP
Support.
Power specifications
Auto-ranging input voltage and current
100–127 V AC (±10%), 5 A
220–240 V AC (±10%), 3 A
Frequency
50/60 Hz (±3 Hz)
Power
420 W maximum
270 W printing
< 48 W ready
< 5 W asleep
< 0.3 W off
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