CP_Manager - OKI Data Infotech

CP_Manager - OKI Data Infotech
Instruction manual
U00130316505
Printer controller
CP_Manager
U001303165002013 July
U00130316501
2013December
U001303165022014 April
U00130316503
2014November
U00130316504
2015September
U00130316505
2015December
Copyright© 2015 OKI Data Infotech Corporation.
All rights reserved.
The contents of this manual may be changed without prior notice.
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a ColorPainter series ink jet printer. The CP_Manager™ software controls the ColorPainter series printers. Its functions include displaying the printer status,
changing the settings, test printing, and maintenance. Before using the software and printer, carefully read the software instruction manual (this document) and the printer
user’s guide. After reading these manuals, carefully store them so they can be accessed when needed.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Overview of CP_Manager
◆◆ Basic operations
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◆◆ System requirements …………………………………………………………………………… 1-2
Chapter 2. Basics of CP_Manager
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Installation procedure ……………………………………………………………………………2-2
CP_Manager operating conditions
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Starting CP_Manager
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Display mode
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Screen layout
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Chapter 3. Printer status display area
3.1 M64s……………………………………………………………………………… 3-2
◆◆ Printer status display area
<When connected to a CIS model>…………………………………3-2
◆◆ Printer status display area <When connected to a LCIS model>……………………………… 3-4
3.2 H3, H/H2/H2P series and W series……………………………………………… 3-6
◆◆ Printer status display area……………………………………………………………………… 3-6
Chapter 4. Printer setting area
4.1 M64s……………………………………………………………………………… 4-2
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Basic mode
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Advanced mode (Media preset)
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Advanced mode (Heater settings)
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Advanced mode (Maintenance)
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Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
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Advanced mode (Mechanical adjustment)
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Advanced mode (Troubleshooting)
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Advanced mode (Print head maintenance)
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Advanced mode (Printer information)
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Advanced mode (Settings)
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4.2 H3, H/H2/H2P series and W series…………………………………………… 4-20
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Basic mode <H3>………………………………………………………………………………
Basic mode <H/H2/H2P series>…………………………………………………………………
Basic mode <W series>…………………………………………………………………………
Advanced mode (Media preset)
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Advanced mode (Heater settings)
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Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<H3>…………………………………………………………
Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<H/H2/H2P series>…………………………………………
Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<W series>……………………………………………………
Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
<H3>……………………………………………………
Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
<H/H2/H2P series and W series>………………………
Advanced mode (Mechanical adjustment)
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Advanced mode (Troubleshooting)
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Advanced mode (Print head maintenance)
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Advanced mode (Printer information)
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Advanced mode (Settings)
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What is CP_Manager? (Useful Functions)
CP_Manager is software used to configure the printer settings and perform maintenance operations without using
the printer operation panel. The printer settings are displayed in a user-friendly manner to facilitate configuration, even for users who operate the
printer for the first time. An electronic version of the maintenance manual is also available. Moreover, CP_Manager can warn and notify you of the printer status through sounds and messages sent by e-mails
or via twitter.
CP_Manager is compatible with the following printers.
- ColorPainter M-64s
- ColorPainter H/H2/H2P series
- ColorPainter H3
- ColorPainter W series
‹‹An enhanced interface to facilitate entry of value and detailed settings
Entering values and modifying the settings are simple.
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‹‹The virtual panel makes it possible to control the printer remotely
Operations on a computer can be performed the same way as on the printer operation panel. ‹‹The sound warning function notifies you when the print has finished or
when an error occurs
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‹‹twitter support and e-mail function to control the printer and its status
remotely
Notifications on the printer status are sent to you by e-mail or via twitter. The printer can also be operated remotely. * Only some operations can be performed remotely.
* The available functions are restricted when connected to the ColorPainter H3, or to a printer of the ColorPainter H/
H2/H2P series or ColorPainter W series.
Notification
E-mail/twitter
Remote Operation
twitter
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Chapter 1
Overview of CP_Manager
▽▽ Basic operations
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▽▽ System requirements ……………………………………………………………………1-2
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Chapter 1. Overview of CP_Manager
Basic operations
CP_Manager can perform the following operations. Display printer status
- Printer status
- Media information
- Amount of ink remaining
- Heater information
- Ambient temperature
- Information about the connected printer, etc.
Change settings
- Media preset
- Heater status
- Media adjustment
- Mechanical adjustment
- Nozzle map
Maintenance operations
- Regular maintenance
- Other maintenance items
- Replacement of consumables, etc.
Test printing
- Nozzle printing
- Adjustment pattern printing
Troubleshooting
- Display the troubleshooting methods
- Display the instruction manual
Acquire log information
Acquire printer log information and save it as a file
Panel operation
Operate the printer panel keys (virtual panel function)
Notify printer status
Notify the status via Twitter or e-mail function
Remote operation
Operate the printer remotely using the Twitter function
System requirements The CP_Manager software is designed to control ColorPainter series printers and runs on Microsoft Windows®. Operating System
Windows XP Professional (x86) 32-bit/64-bit version (runs as a 32-bit application on the 64-bit version)
Windows Vista (x86)
32-bit/64-bit version (runs as a 32-bit application on the 64-bit version)
Windows 7 (x86)
32-bit/64-bit version (runs as a 32-bit application on the 64-bit version)
Windows 8 (x86)
32-bit/64-bit version (runs as a 32-bit application on the 64-bit version)
Windows 10 (x86)
32-bit/64-bit version (runs as a 32-bit application on the 64-bit version)
Software
Microsoft .NET Framework V2. 0 (or higher)
Adobe® Reader® Version 8. 1. 3 (or higher)
Windows printer driver
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Required for Windows XP Professional
Chapter 2
Basics of CP_Manager
▽▽ Installation procedure ………………………………………………………………… 2-2
▽▽ CP_Manager operating conditions
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▽▽ Starting CP_Manager
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▽▽ Display mode
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▽▽ Screen layout
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Installation procedure Warning
- Close all programs before installing the software. - Log in as a user with administrative privileges to install the software and driver software. - Be sure to refer to all the instruction manuals included in the Document folder on the CD-ROM. Install CP_Manager
1-1. Start the setup screen
Insert the included setup CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of the computer
and run CP_Manager_X_series_setup.exe in the CP_Manager folder.
- ColorPainter M-64s:
CP_Manager_M_series_setup.exe
- ColorPainter H/H2/H2P series:
CP_Manager_H_series_setup.exe
- ColorPainter H3:
CP_Manager_H3_series_setup.exe
- ColorPainter W series:
CP_Manager_W_series_setup.exe
1-2. Start the installer
The Welcome to the CP_Manager Setup Wizard screen appears. Click Next.
1-3. Agree to the software license agreement
The software license agreement screen appears. To agree to the software license agreement, check I accept the agreement and
then click Next.
1-4. Enter user information
The user information input screen appears. Enter the required information and
click Next to continue.
1-5. Specify the installation location
The installation location selection screen appears. Specify an installation
location and click Next to continue.
(Note: To change the installation location, click Browse and then select a
folder.)
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1-6. Specify the folder to save the data
The saved data folder selection screen appears. Select a folder to save the data
and click Next to continue.
(Note: To change the location to save the data, click Browse and then select a
folder.)
1-7. Specify the program group
The program group creation screen appears. Specify a location to create the
program group and click Next to continue. (Note: To create the program group
in a different location, click Browse and then select a folder.)
1-8. Start the installation
The installation preparation is finished. Click Install to start the installation. Wait
until the installation finishes.
1-9. Complete the installation
When the installation has finished, click Finish to complete the procedure.
Important points about starting CP_Manager
- Switch on the power of the printer and let the printer start before launching CP_Manager. - If the printer has not yet started or the connection to the printer cannot be found, CP_Manager enters demonstration mode. - The units (length and temperature) displayed in CP_Manager match those registered with the printer. Therefore, it is not necessary
to set the units in CP_Manager.
Note that the printer settings are only checked when CP_Manager starts. If you change the printer settings, restart CP_Manager. - The default language displayed in CP_Manager matches the printer setting. However, you can change the CP_Manager language
to a setting different from the printer. CP_Manager must be restarted after changing the language setting.
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CP_Manager operating conditions
CP_Manager operations
Printer status
Displaying the printer status
Always possible
Changing the settings
Possible only when online (idle mode)
Performing maintenance
Possible only when online (idle mode)
Testing printing
Possible only when online (idle mode)
Troubleshooting
Always possible
Acquire log information
Possible only when online or offline (idle mode)
Panel key operations
Always possible
Starting CP_Manager
From the computer desktop, double-click the CP_Manager shortcut icon. Alternatively, click Start, point to All Programs,
CP_Manager, and then click CP_Manager. 2-4
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Display mode
CP_Manager has two selectable display modes. (1) Basic mode
The mode usually recommended to the users
(2) Advanced mode
The mode for the users requiring advanced operations
(1) Basic mode
(2) Advanced mode
Screen layout
CP_Manager is composed of two display areas. (1) Printer status display area
This area displays information regarding the printer status, such as the panel
information, the remaining ink, and the temperatures. This area also displays the
virtual panel used to operate the printer panel in CP_Manager.
(2) Printer setting area
In this area you can change the printer settings, such as media presets and adjustment
values, and execute cleaning and other maintenance operations.
(1)
(2)
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Printer status display area
3.1 M64s……………………………………………………………………………… 3-2
▽▽ Printer status display area
<When connected to a CIS model>……………………… 3-2
▽▽ Printer status display area <When connected to a LCIS model>…………………… 3-4
3.2 H3, H/H2/H2P series and W series……………………………………………… 3-6
▽▽ Printer status display area……………………………………………………………… 3-6
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Printer status display area
<When connected to a CIS model>
„„ <Printer information display>
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ID of connected printer
„„ <Panel operation display>
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Printer status
Printer panel display
Printer panel display
Printing time calculation tool
Display switch buttons
Display switch buttons
Media information
Panel operation buttons
Ink information
Heater status
Ambient temperature
Waste ink bottle information
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<Printer information display>
Description
ID of connected printer
ID of the currently connected and controlled printer, or its nickname
Printer Status
Online indicator
On: Online, Off: Offline
Flashing (fast): Receiving data, Flashing (slowly): In pause
Ink indicator
On: Normal, Flashing: Ink warning, Off: Ink error
Heater indicator
On: All media heaters reached the set temperatures, Flashing: Media heaters currently heating
Off: All media heaters are turned off
Error indicator
Off: No error, Flashing: Warning, On: Error
Printer panel display
Displays the printer panel.
*This can be used as a virtual panel if the area is switched to panel operation display.
Printing time calculation tool
Displays the tool used to estimate the printing time and productivity.
Display switch buttons
Buttons used to switch between the printer information display and the panel operation display.
Display: Printer information display
Panel: Panel operation display
Media information
Displays information about the currently used media
Preset number: Media name Remaining length
Origin setting
Printable area width
When the media width detection mode is set to AUTO: Media width
When the media width detection mode is set to MANUAL: Manual: Media width
During cleaning, a mark (
Ink information
) indicating that the ink is currently used is displayed above the corresponding ink color.
Amount remaining for each ink color (%)
Heater status
Upper: Set temperature
Lower: Current temperature (the “+” mark indicates the heater is currently heating)
Preheating mode ON indicator
Indicates that preheating mode is on when displayed.
Ambient temperature
Ambient temperature
Waste ink bottle information
Indicates the waste ink bottle status (5 levels)
<Panel operation display>
Description
Printer panel display
Displays the printer panel.
*Switch to the printer information display to display the amount of remaining ink and media information.
Display switch buttons
Buttons used to switch between the printer information display and the panel operation display.
Display: Printer information display
Panel: Panel operation display
Panel operation buttons
Same buttons as on the printer panel
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Printer status display area <When connected to a LCIS model>
„„ <Printer information display>
SIIIP-6620
ID of connected printer
„„ <Panel operation display>
SIIIP-6620
Printer status
Printer panel display
Printer panel display
Printing time calculation tool
Display switch buttons
Display switch buttons
Media information
Panel operation buttons
Ink information
Heater status
Ambient temperature
Waste ink bottle information
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<Printer information display>
Description
ID of connected printer
ID of the currently connected and controlled printer, or its nickname
Printer Status
Online indicator
On: Online, Off: Offline
Flashing (fast): Receiving data, Flashing (slowly): In pause
Ink indicator
On: Normal, Flashing: Ink warning, Off: Ink error
Heater indicator
On: All media heaters reached the set temperatures, Flashing: Media heaters currently heating
Off: All media heaters are turned off
Error indicator
Off: No error, Flashing: Warning, On: Error
Printer panel display
Displays the printer panel.
*This can be used as a virtual panel if the area is switched to panel operation display.
Printing time calculation tool
Displays the tool used to estimate the printing time and productivity.
Display switch buttons
Buttons used to switch between the printer information display and the panel operation display.
Display: Printer information display
Panel: Panel operation display
Media information
Displays information about the currently used media
Preset number: Media name Remaining length
Origin setting
Printable area width
Media width detection mode: Media width
Ink information
Displays the number of ink bottles that can be supplied to the reservoir with icons (
However during cleaning, the icon (
) above the remaining ink bar.
) indicating that ink is being used is displayed above the remaining ink bar.
Displays the remaining amount of each ink with a bar and a percentage (%).
Ink information
When the drawer is open, ink information display is replaced by the
icon to the right.
Heater status
Upper: Set temperature
Lower: Current temperature (the “+” mark indicates the heater is currently heating)
Preheating mode ON indicator
Indicates that preheating mode is on when displayed.
Ambient temperature
Ambient temperature
Waste ink bottle information
Indicates the waste ink bottle status (5 levels)
<Panel operation display>
Description
Printer panel display
Displays the printer panel.
*Switch to the printer information display to display the amount of remaining ink and media information.
Display switch buttons
Buttons used to switch between the printer information display and the panel operation display.
Display: Printer information display
Panel: Panel operation display
Panel operation buttons
Same buttons as on the printer panel
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Printer status display area
„„ <Printer information display>
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ID of connected printer
„„ <Panel operation display>
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Printer status
Display switch buttons
Display switch buttons
Printer panel display
Printer panel display
Media information
Ink information
Heater status
Ambient temperature
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<Printer information display>
Description
ID of connected printer
ID of the currently connected and controlled printer, or its nickname
Printer Status
Online indicator
On: Online, Off: Offline, Flashing: Paused
Media indicator
On: Media present, Flashing: Roll timeout, Off: No media
Ink indicator
On: Ink available, Flashing: Ink low, Off: No ink
Error indicator
Off: No error, Flashing: Warning, On: Error
Data indicator
Off: No data being received, Flashing: Data being received
Display switch buttons
Buttons used to switch between the printer information display and the panel operation display.
: Printer information display
: Panel operation display
Printer panel display
Displays the printer panel.
* You can use this operation panel as a virtual panel.
Printing time calculation tool
Displays the tool used to estimate the printing time and productivity.
Media information
Media indicator
Roll
Paper
Base
Upper: Media name
Middle: Media width
Lower: Media remaining
Ink information
Amount remaining for each ink (%)
Heater status
Upper: Set temperature
Lower: Current temperature (the “+” mark indicates the heater is currently heating)
Forced heater status indicator
Displayed: Forced heater is on
Ambient temperature
Ambient temperature
<Panel operation display>
Description
Display switch buttons
Buttons used to switch between the printer information display and the panel operation display.
: Printer information display
: Panel operation display
Printer panel display
Displays the printer panel.
*Switch to the printer information display to display the amount of remaining ink and media information.
Panel operation buttons
Same buttons as on the printer panel
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▽▽ Basic mode
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Media preset)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Heater settings)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Maintenance)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Mechanical adjustment)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Troubleshooting)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Print head maintenance)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Printer information)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Settings)
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4.2 H3, H/H2/H2P series and W series…………………………………………… 4-20
▽▽ Basic mode <H3>……………………………………………………………………… 4-20
▽▽ Basic mode <H/H2/H2P series>……………………………………………………… 4-21
▽▽ Basic mode <W series>………………………………………………………………… 4-22
▽▽ Advanced mode (Media preset)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Heater settings)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<H3>………………………………………………… 4-25
▽▽ Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<H/H2/H2P series>………………………………… 4-26
▽▽ Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<W series>………………………………………… 4-27
▽▽ Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
<H3>………………………………………… 4-28
▽▽ Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
<H/H2/H2P series and W series>…………… 4-30
▽▽ Advanced mode (Mechanical adjustment)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Troubleshooting)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Print head maintenance)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Printer information)
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▽▽ Advanced mode (Settings)
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4.1 M64s
Basic mode
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Daily maintenance
- Displaying the instruction manual
- Acquiring log information
- Controlling the heaters
- Media advance and bidirectional position adjustment
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(9)
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(10)
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(1) Maintenance Execution Rate:
Displays a percentage corresponding to the maintenance operations that have been executed.
(2) Start Maintenance button:
Execute the start maintenance.
(3) Display guidance button:
Displays the guidance screen.
(4) PH Recovery button:
Execute a print head cleaning.
(5) Nozzle Print button:
Execute a nozzle print.
(6) Automatic nozzle map button:
Execute automatic nozzle map.
(7) Printer Operations button:
Displays explanations on printer operations.
(8) Display instruction manual buttons:
Display the instruction manuals.
(9) Display mode setting:
Select from basic and advanced modes.
(10) Acquire log information button:
Acquire printer log information and save it as a file.
(11) Media advance:
Execute media advance adjustment.
(12) Bidirectional Adj:
Execute bidirectional print position adjustment.
(13) Heater on check boxes:
Check a box to select the operation mode for the heaters.
(14) Heater set temperatures:
Set the temperatures by entering a value or using the up and down buttons.
(15) Update settings button:
Send the heater settings to the printer.
* When the arrows in the update setting button are red, it means that one or several parameters have been changed in the current tab but
the printer has not been updated with the change yet.
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Advanced mode (Media preset)
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Configure a media preset
- Write media preset information to a file
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(1)
(10)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
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(8)
(11)
(1) List box:
Select from the multiple choices.
(2) Text box:
Enter a character string using the keyboard.
(3) Display/input button:
Display a window to enter parameters for each color.
(4) Entry box:
Enter a value using the keyboard or the up and down buttons.
(5) Preset parameters copy button:
Copy the settings of the media preset with the specified number to the current preset
settings.
(6) Print remaining media button:
Print the remaining media length.
(7) Import media preset settings button:
Import the settings from the specified file to the current media preset.
(8) Export media preset settings button:
Export the current media preset settings to a specified file.
(9) Import all media presets settings button: Import the settings from the specified file to all media presets.
(10) Export all media presets settings button: Export settings of all media preset to a specified file.
(11) Update settings button:
Send all media preset settings to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Heater settings)
The heater settings can be changed in this mode. (1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Heater on check boxes:
Check a box to select the operation mode for the heaters.
(2) Heater set temperatures:
Set the temperatures by entering a value or using the up and down buttons.
(3) Update settings button:
Send the heater settings to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Maintenance)
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Maintenance operations
- Replacement of consumables, etc.
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(1)
(2)
(3)
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(4)
(5)
(7)
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(9)
(1) Start maintenance execution button:
Click to execute the start maintenance operation.
(2) Time until next maintenance:
Click to display the time until next maintenance.
(3) Maintenance buttons:
Click to perform various maintenance operations.
(4) Nozzle Print button:
Click to execute a nozzle print.
(5) Automatic nozzle map button:
Execute automatic nozzle map.
(6) Sheet mount cleaning execution button:
Click to execute sheet mount cleaning.
(7) PH Maintenance button:
Click to display the print head maintenance window.
(8) Consumable replacement buttons:
Click to replace a consumable.
(9) Printer Operations button:
Displays explanations on printer operations.
(10) Maintenance History button:
Click to display the dates of the last time start maintenance and cleaning have been
performed.
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Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
Adjustment can be made for each media used. <When automatic adjustment is selected>
(1)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(1) Automatic/manual adjustment switch button:
Click to switch between automatic and manual adjustment.
(2) Automatic adjustment execution button:
Click to execute automatic adjustment.
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<When manual adjustment is selected>
(1)
(3)
(4)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(5)
(6)
(1) Automatic/manual adjustment switch button:
Click to switch between automatic and manual adjustment.
(2) List box:
Select from the multiple choices.
(3) Test printing button:
Click to perform various print tests.
(4) Entry box:
Enter a value using the keyboard or the up and down buttons.
(5) Display/input button:
Display a window to enter parameters for each color.
(6) Update settings button:
Send the adjustment values to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Mechanical adjustment)
Printer characteristics can be adjusted in this mode. Caution
- You are recommended not to change the settings on the Mech Adjustment tab. All the settings were already adjusted during
the printer installation. So usually they do not need to be adjusted any more. Exceptionally, the settings may be adjusted to reduce color misalignment, but only if the problem is not solved with
media advance adjustment and bidirectional print position adjustment. However, note that this adjustment may cause
misalignment for the other colors or a printer malfunction. (1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Test printing button:
Click to print various adjustment patterns.
(2) Entry box:
Enter a value using the keyboard or the up and down buttons.
(3) Update settings button:
Send the print heads position adjustment values, the nozzles position adjustment values, and the
edge sensors position adjustment values to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Troubleshooting)
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Display the troubleshooting methods
- Display the instruction manuals
(1)
(2)
(1) Display the troubleshooting methods button:
Display the troubleshooting methods.
(2) Display the instruction manual buttons:
Display the instruction manuals.
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Advanced mode (Print head maintenance)
Nozzle map can be set for the number of a clogged nozzle or a nozzle that does not eject ink straight. Automatic nozzle
map detects automatically the nozzles that do not eject ink properly and automatically configures nozzle map. When
nozzle map is set for a nozzle, a different nozzle is used for printing instead of the defective one and the print quality is
not affected.
(1)
(2)
(1)
(3) (4)
(5)
(1) Test printing button:
Click to execute a nozzle print or to print a confirmation pattern after a print head replacement.
(2) Automatic nozzle map button:
Execute automatic nozzle map.
(3) Text box:
Input a value using the keyboard.
(4) Nozzle number lock button:
Lock a nozzle number so that this number is not updated when executing automatic nozzle map.
(5) Update settings button:
Send the print head information to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Printer information)
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Display printer information
- Display ink cartridge information
- Display print head information
- Switch display mode
- Acquire log information
(1)
(2)
(1) Display mode setting:
Select from basic and advanced modes.
(2) Acquire log information button:
Acquire printer log information.
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Advanced mode (Settings)
The following CP_Manager settings can be displayed and changed in this mode.
- CP_Manager language
- Printer nickname setting
- Date display
- Heater timer settings
- Display CP_Manager instruction manual
- Display the media and log information save folders paths, and open or change the save folders
- Enlarged panel notification and settings
- Notification sound, e-mail, and tweet settings
- Notification via sound, e-mails, and tweets
- Remote operation via tweets
Note
- CP_Manager must be running to use the heater timer and notification functions.
(3)
(5)
(1)
(4)
(2)
(8)
(6)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(7)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(1) CP_Manager language setting:
Change the language displayed in CP_Manager. CP_Manager must be
restarted to apply the setting.
(2) Nickname setting:
A different nickname can be set for each printer.
(3) Date display:
Set the display format for the date.
(4) Heater timer settings button:
Set the heater operation for the day. Check the Activate box to activate the
heater timer.
* Deactivate the heater timer if you want to control the heater manually.
(When the heater timer is activated, the heater on/off operation is executed
at the specified interval based on the timer settings. The timer settings are
prioritized over the settings configured under the Heater Settings tab in the
basic and advanced modes. Changing the settings there will have no effect
if the timer is activated.)
(5) CP_Manager instruction manual display button:
Displays the CP_Manager instruction manual.
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(6) Save folder path display:
Displays the paths of the media information and log information save folders.
(7) Open save folder buttons:
Click to open the media information and log information save folders.
(8) Change save folder button:
Click to change the media information and log information save folders.
(9) Enlarge Printer Panel settings:
Set and display the enlarged panel.
- Click Enlarge to display the enlarged panel. The enlarged panel is a larger
version of the printer panel that can be easily seen from a distance.
- Check the Bring the enlarged panel to the front when an error/warning
occurs. box to display the enlarged panel to the front when an error or a
warning occurs.
(In some cases the panel may not be displayed completely at the front,
such as when a window of the RIP software is displayed at the front of the
screen.)
- Check the Display enlarged panel when CP_Manager starts. box to display
the enlarged panel automatically when CP_Manager starts, even without
pressing the Enlarge button.
(10) Sound settings button:
Configure the sound settings.
(11) Select the events to be notified with sounds.
(12) E-mail settings button:
Configure the e-mail settings.
(13) Select the events to be notified by e-mails.
(14) Tweet settings button:
Configure the tweet settings.
(15) Select the events to be notified by tweets.
(16) Remote operation via tweets:
Select the operations that can be remotely performed via tweets.
Sound settings
You can change the sounds to your favorite one in the WAVE format.
(2)
(1)
(1) Click the Select Sound button (1) of the sound you want to change. (2) Select a sound in the WAVE format. (3) Click the button (2) of the sound you want to listen to.
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„„ About the e-mail and tweet functions
Information about a print job progress and the printer status can be notified to a computer or a mobile device via e-mail
or using Twitter. Via Twitter, you can also remotely operate the printer from a computer or a mobile device. E-mail addresses and accounts on Twitter must be available to use these functions. To use the e-mail function the following two addresses (accounts) are necessary.
- An address to be used by CP_Manager
- An address that will receive the e-mail notifications
To use the tweet function the following two Twitter usernames (accounts) are necessary.
- A username to be used by CP_Manager
- A username to receive the notifications and to remotely operate the printer
Note
Moreover, to be able to receive the notifications on Twitter, the account that will receive them must be set in
advance on Twitter as a follower of the account used by CP_Manager. (To follow the other account, the settings
must be made on CP_Manager.)
E-mail address for
CP_Manager
E-mail address that receives
the notifications
Notification
mail: [email protected]
mail: [email protected]
Notification by direct message
Twitter: @bbbb
Twitter: @aaaa
Remote operation
Username of the account
used for CP_Manager
Username of the account used to receive
the notifications and for remote operation
*
To use the tweet and e-mail functions, the computer running CP_Manager must be connected to the Internet. You will not be
able to use these functions without a connection to the Internet or if the access to the e-mail server or Twitter is restricted by a
firewall on the network. * For CP_Manager, use one of the following types of e-mail address. (1) A Google mail address
(2) An e-mail address on a server supporting SMTP.
The e-mail service provider must provide SMTP server information. Confirm with your e-mail service provider. * The notification and remote operation functions cannot be used when the computer running CP_Manager is sleeping or
hibernating.
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E-mail settings
To configure the settings, click the E-mail settings button (12) in the Advanced mode (settings).
(1) Set the e-mail account used by CP_Manager to send e-mails. Normally use a Google mail account.
- Google mail: Set the e-mail account information here. - SMTP server: Set the SMTP server information when you use an e-mail service provider other than Google.
(2) Enter the e-mail address that will receive the notifications. Click the Send Test E-mail button to send a test e-mail to the specified address.
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Tweet function settings
To configure the settings, click the Tweet settings button (14) in the Advanced mode (settings).
„„ Authenticate CP_Manager on Twitter
* Important
- If a proxy server is set on your local network, first confirm with
the system administrator that the proxy settings are adequate
before starting the procedure.
- When performing the procedure below, execute all the steps in
a row. The PIN code issued by the Twitter website is valid only
during a specific period of time. After this period the PIN becomes
invalid so complete all the steps until the authentication in a row.
(1) Click the Display URL to Anthenticate Application button 1. (2) The URL displayed in the field 2 is copied to the clipboard. Paste the URL in a web browser and open the web page
(access the Twitter web site).
(2-A) When you have not signed in Twitter
(a)
Username for CP_Manager
(b)
(c)
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(2-B) When you have already signed in Twitter with the username used for CP_Manager
(d)
(e)
Confirm that the username in (d) is the one used for CP_Manager and click Authorize app (e). (2-C) When you have signed in Twitter with a username different from the one used for CP_Manager
(f)
(g)
Username for CP_Manager
(h)
(i)
(j)
p
Click the
mark (f) next the username, and select Sign out (g) that is displayed. Enter the username (h) used for CP_Manager and the password (i), and click Authorize app (j).
(3) Note the PIN down.
(4) Enter the PIN you have previously noted down in the PIN field 4. (5) Click the Complete Authentication button to complete the setting.
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„„ Set the account that will receive the notifications
To be able to receive the notifications on Twitter, the account that will receive them must be set in advance on Twitter as a
follower of the account used by CP_Manager.
(1) Enter the username of the account that will receive the notifications in the ID field 5 (after the @ mark). (2) Click the Send Test Message button to send a test message to the user you have set.
„„ Set the account that will operate the printer remotely
(1) Enter the username of the account that will operate the printer remotely via CP_Manager in the ID field 6 (after the
@ mark). (2) Click the CP_Manager follows remote operation users button to follow the user set here with the account used
for CP_Manager.
*
*
Normally set the same username here that the one used to receive the notifications. Do not set the username used for CP_Manager here.
About notifications
Direct messages are sent for the items selected in (13) and (15) in Advanced mode (settings). Examples of notification messages (common for e-mails and tweets)
Notification
Message
Printing Complete
The print job XXXXXXX ended with 100% completed.
Print Progress
50% of the print job XXXXXXX has been completed.
Cleaning complete
PH recovery has been completed.
Error during printing
The printing ended because of an error.
Warning during printing
A warning has been issued.
About remote operation
You can operate the printer remotely by sending commands through direct messages from the account for remote
operation to the account used for CP_Manager. *
The direct messages can be seen only by the sender and the receiver.
Examples of remote operation commands
Operation
Heater control
PH Recovery
Command
ON
<<CP_M>>heater on
OFF
<<CP_M>>heater off
NORMAL
<<CP_M>>normal PH recovery start or
<<CP_M>>cleaning start
STRONG
<<CP_M>>strong PH recovery start
Pinter status report*
<<CP_M>>printer status
*Information about error status, heater status, remaining ink, and operating state will be returned.
After a remote operation command has been sent, a message saying that the command has been received is sent from
CP_Manager. An error message is returned if an undefined command is sent. In such cases, check the command and try again with the
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Note:
Due to Twitter characteristics, messages with exactly the same content cannot be sent consecutively. To send the same
command a second time consecutively, first send any message (the content does not matter), then send the command
again.
Example of remote operation via Twitter
The printer status command is sent and the report is
received from CP_Manager.
The heater on command is sent and a message is
returned from CP_Manager. The heater on command is sent, but an error
occurred and a message explaining the error is
returned from CP_Manager.
Note:
Due to Twitter characteristics, messages with exactly
the same content cannot be sent consecutively.
To send the same command a second time
consecutively, first send any message (the content
is only H in the example), then send the command
again.
The content of the messages may be changed without prior notice due to change in the
specifications.
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4.2 H3, H/H2/H2P series and W series
Basic mode <H3>
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Daily maintenance
- Displaying the instruction manual
- Acquiring log information
- Controlling the heaters
- Media advance and bidirectional position adjustment
(5)
(7)
(1)
(6)
(8)
(2)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(3)
(13)
(4)
(1) Maintenance status:
Displays the percentage of the maintenance that has been executed.
(2) Display guidance button:
Displays the guidance screen.
(3) Nozzle Print button:
Execute a nozzle print.
(4) PH Recovery button:
Execute a print head cleaning.
(5) Printer Operations button:
Displays explanations on printer operations.
(6) Display instruction manual buttons:
Display the instruction manuals.
(7) Display mode setting:
Select from basic and advanced modes.
(8) Acquire log information button:
Acquire printer log information and save it as a file.
(9) Media advance:
Execute media advance adjustment.
(10) Bidirectional Adj:
Execute bidirectional print position adjustment.
(11) Heater on check box:
Select to control the heater.
(12) Heater set temperatures:
Set the temperatures by entering a value or using the up and down buttons.
(13) Update settings button:
Send the heater settings to the printer.
* When the arrows in the update setting button are red, it means that one or several parameters have been changed in the current tab but
the printer has not been updated with the change yet.
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Basic mode <H/H2/H2P series>
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Daily maintenance
- Displaying the instruction manual
- Acquiring log information
- Controlling the heaters
- Media advance and bidirectional position adjustment
(7)
(2)
(1)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(3)
(4)
(11)
(5)
(6)
(13)
(12)
(1) Display guidance button:
Displays the guidance screen.
(2) Maintenance status:
Displays the percentage of the maintenance that has been executed.
(3) Maintenance operation button:
Click to perform various maintenance operations.
(4) Nozzle Print button:
Execute a nozzle print.
(5) Heater on check box:
Select to control the heater.
(6) Heater set temperatures:
Set the temperatures by entering a value or using the up and down buttons.
(7) Display mode setting:
Select from basic and advanced modes.
(8) Acquire log information button:
Acquire printer log information and save it as a file.
(9) Display instruction manual buttons:
Display the instruction manuals.
(10) Printer Operations button:
Displays explanations on printer operations.
(11) Media advance:
Execute media advance adjustment.
(12) Bidirectional Adj:
Execute bidirectional print position adjustment.
(13) Update settings button:
Send the heater settings to the printer.
* When the arrows in the update setting button are red, it means that one or several parameters have been changed in the current tab but
the printer has not been updated with the change yet.
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Basic mode <W series>
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Daily maintenance
- Displaying the instruction manual
- Acquiring log information
- Controlling the heaters
- Media advance and bidirectional position adjustment
(7)
(1)
(8)
(9)
(2)
(4)
(3)
(5)
(10)
(6)
(11)
(12)
(1) Display guidance button:
Displays the guidance screen.
(2) Time until next maintenance:
Click to display the time until next maintenance.
(3) Maintenance operation button:
Click to perform various maintenance operations.
(4) Nozzle Print button:
Execute a nozzle print.
(5) Heater on check box:
Select to control the heater.
(6) Heater set temperatures:
Set the temperatures by entering a value or using the up and down buttons.
(7) Display mode setting:
Select from basic and advanced modes.
(8) Acquire log information button:
Acquire printer log information and save it as a file.
(9) Display instruction manual buttons:
Display the instruction manuals.
(10) Media advance:
Execute media advance adjustment.
(11) Bidirectional Adj:
Execute bidirectional print position adjustment.
(12) Update settings button:
Send the heater settings to the printer.
* When the arrows in the update setting button are red, it means that one or several parameters have been changed in the current tab but
the printer has not been updated with the change yet.
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Advanced mode (Media preset)
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Configure a media preset
- Write media preset information to a file
(8)
(1)
(2)
(9)
(4)
(3)
(5)
(6)
(10)
(7)
(1) List box:
Select from the multiple choices.
(2) Text box:
Enter a character string using the keyboard.
(3) Display/input button:
Display a window to enter parameters for each color.
(4) Entry box:
Enter a value using the keyboard or the up and down buttons.
(5) Preset parameters copy button:
Copy the settings of the media preset with the specified number to the current preset
settings.
(6) Import media preset settings button:
Import the settings from the specified file to the current media preset.
(7) Export media preset settings button:
Export the current media preset settings to a specified file.
(8) Import all media presets settings button: Import the settings from the specified file to all media presets.
(9) Export all media presets settings button:
Export settings of all media preset to a specified file.
(10) Update settings button:
Send all media preset settings to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Heater settings)
The heater settings can be changed in this mode. (2)
(1)
(3)
(4)
(1) Preheating mode ON indicator:
Displayed when the preheating mode is on and during normal operation.
(2) Heater on check box:
Select to control the heater.
(2) Heater set temperatures:
Set the temperatures by entering a value or using the up and down buttons.
(3) Update settings button:
Send the heater settings to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<H3>
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Maintenance operations
- Replacement of consumables, etc.
(1)
(3)
(2)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(1) Time until next maintenance:
Click to display the time until next maintenance.
(2) Display guidance button:
Displays the guidance screen.
(3) Printer Operations button:
Displays explanations on printer operations.
(4) Cleaning operation button:
Click to perform cleaning.
(5) Nozzle Print button:
Click to execute a nozzle print.
(6) PH Maintenance button:
Click to execute print head maintenance.
(7) Sheet mount cleaning execution button:
Click to execute sheet mount cleaning.
(8) Maintenance buttons:
Click to perform various maintenance operations.
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Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<H/H2/H2P series>
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Maintenance operations
- Replacement of consumables, etc.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1) Time until next maintenance:
Click to display the time until next maintenance.
(2) Maintenance execution button:
Click to execute the maintenance.
(3) Cleaning operation button:
Click to perform cleaning.
(4) Nozzle Print button:
Click to execute a nozzle print.
(5) PH Maintenance button:
Click to execute print head maintenance.
(6) Sheet mount cleaning execution button:
Click to execute sheet mount cleaning.
(7) Maintenance buttons:
Click to perform various maintenance operations.
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Advanced mode (Maintenance)
<W series>
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Maintenance operations
- Replacement of consumables, etc.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1) Display button for check procedures guidance:
Click to display guidance screens for the check procedures.
(2) Time until next maintenance:
Click to display the time until next maintenance.
(3) Maintenance execution button:
Click to execute the maintenance.
(4) Cleaning operation button:
Click to perform cleaning.
(5) Nozzle Print button:
Click to execute a nozzle print.
(6) PH Maintenance button:
Click to perform various maintenance operations.
(7) Consumable replacement button:
Click to replace consumables.
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Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
<H3>
Adjustment can be made for each media used. <Automatic adjustment>
(1)
(2)
(1) Automatic/manual adjustment switch button:
Click to switch between automatic and manual adjustment.
(2) List box:
Select from the multiple choices.
(3) Automatic adjustment execution button:
Click to execute automatic adjustment.
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<Manual adjustment>
(3)
(1)
(4)
(2)
(3)
(1)
(5)
(3)
(2)
(6)
(1) Automatic/manual adjustment switch button: Click to switch between automatic and manual adjustment.
(2) List box:
Select from the multiple choices.
(3) Test printing button:
Click to perform various print tests.
(4) Entry box:
Enter a value using the keyboard or the up and down buttons.
(5) Display/input button:
Display a window to enter parameters for each color.
(6) Update settings button:
Send the advance adjustment, bidirectional adjustment, and back feed adjustment
values to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Media adjustment)
<H/H2/H2P series and W series>
Adjustment can be made for each media used. (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(1) List box:
Select from the multiple choices.
(2) Test printing button:
Click to perform various print tests.
(3) Entry box:
Enter a value using the keyboard or the up and down buttons.
(4) Automatic/manual adjustment switch button: Click to switch between automatic and manual adjustment.
(5) Display/input button:
Display a window to enter parameters for each color.
(6) Update settings button:
Send the advance adjustment, bidirectional adjustment, and back feed adjustment
values to the printer and update the printer settings.
* Back feed adjustment is not available on printers of the W series.
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Advanced mode (Mechanical adjustment)
Printer characteristics can be adjusted in this mode. Caution
- You are recommended not to change the settings on the Mech Adjustment tab. All the settings were already adjusted during
the printer installation. So usually they do not need to be adjusted any more. Exceptionally, the settings may be adjusted to reduce color misalignment, but only if the problem is not solved with
media advance adjustment and bidirectional print position adjustment. However, note that this adjustment may cause
misalignment for the other colors or a printer malfunction. (1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Test printing button:
Click to print various adjustment patterns.
(2) Entry box:
Enter a value using the keyboard or the up and down buttons.
(3) Update settings button:
Send the print heads position adjustment values, the nozzles position adjustment values (only with
the W series), and the edge sensors position adjustment values to the printer and update the printer
settings.
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Advanced mode (Troubleshooting)
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Display the troubleshooting methods
- Display the instruction manuals
(1)
(2)
(1) Display the troubleshooting methods button:
Display the troubleshooting methods.
(2) Display the instruction manual buttons:
Display the instruction manuals.
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Advanced mode (Print head maintenance)
Nozzle map can be set for the number of a clogged nozzle or an inclined nozzle. By doing so a different nozzle is used for
printing instead of the defective and the print quality is not affected.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Test printing button:
Click to execute a nozzle print or to print a confirmation pattern after a print head replacement (only
with the H series).
(2) Text box:
Input a value using the keyboard.
(3) Update settings button:
Send the print head information to the printer and update the printer settings.
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Advanced mode (Printer information)
The following operations can be performed in this mode. - Display printer information
- Display print head information
- Switch display mode
- Acquire log information
(1)
(2)
(1) Display mode setting:
Select from basic and advanced modes.
(2) Acquire log information button:
Acquire printer log information.
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Advanced mode (Settings)
The following CP_Manager settings can be displayed and changed in this mode.
- CP_Manager language
- Printer nickname setting
- Heater timer settings
- Display CP_Manager instruction manual
- Display the media and log information save folders paths, and open or change the save folders
- Enlarged panel notification and settings
- Notification sound, e-mail, and tweet settings
- Notification via sound, e-mails, and tweets
- Remote operation via tweets
Note
- CP_Manager must be running to use the heater timer and notification functions.
(4)
(1)
(5)
(2)
(8)
(6)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(7)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(1) CP_Manager language setting:
Change the language displayed in CP_Manager. CP_Manager must be
restarted to apply the setting.
(2) Nickname setting:
A different nickname can be set for each printer.
(3) Date display:
(* Not supported by H3 printers, the H/H2/H2P series and W series.)
(4) Heater timer settings button:
Set the heater operation for the day. Check the Activate box to activate the
heater timer.
* Deactivate the heater timer if you want to control the heater manually.
(When the heater timer is activated, the heater on/off operation is executed
at the specified interval based on the timer settings. The timer settings are
prioritized over the settings configured under the Heater Settings tab in the
basic and advanced modes. Changing the settings there will have no effect
if the timer is activated.)
(5) CP_Manager instruction manual display button:
Displays the CP_Manager instruction manual.
(6) Save folder path display:
Displays the paths of the media information and log information save folders.
(7) Open save folder buttons:
Click to open the media information and log information save folders.
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(8) Change save folder button:
Click to change the media information and log information save folders.
(9) Enlarge Printer Panel settings:
Set and display the enlarged panel.
- Click Enlarge to display the enlarged panel. The enlarged panel is a larger
version of the printer panel that can be easily seen from a distance.
- Check the Bring the enlarged panel to the front when an error/warning
occurs. box to display the enlarged panel to the front when an error or a
warning occurs.
(In some cases the panel may not be displayed completely at the front,
such as when a window of the RIP software is displayed at the front of the
screen.)
- Check the Display enlarged panel when CP_Manager starts. box to display
the enlarged panel automatically when CP_Manager starts, even without
pressing the Enlarge button.
(10) Sound settings button:
Configure the sound settings.
(11) Select the events to be notified with sounds.
(* Events that can be notified are restricted on H3 printers, the H/H2/H2P series
and W series.)
(12) E-mail settings button:
Configure the e-mail settings.
(13) Select the events to be notified by e-mails.
(* Events that can be notified are restricted on H3 printers, the H/H2/H2P series
and W series.)
(14) Tweet settings button:
Configure the tweet settings.
(15) Select the events to be notified by tweets.
(* Events that can be notified are restricted on H3 printers, the H/H2/H2P series
and W series.)
(16) Remote operation via tweets:
Select the operations that can be remotely performed via tweets.
Refer to the pages below for more information on the following functions.
- Sound settings (Page 4-13)
- E-mail settings (Page 4-15)
- Tweet function settings (Page 4-16)
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