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i
welcome
Using this Guide
For More Information
System Requirements
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-2
getting started
Understanding the Printer’s Parts and Functions
Understanding the Control Panel Buttons and LED
Understanding the LCD Display
Setting Up
Install the Printer Software from the Starter CD
(Recommended)
Installing Additional Memory
2-1
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
software installation
Printer Drivers Features
Making Copies of the Printer Software
Installing the Printer Software for Local Printing
Installing under Windows 95, Windows 98,
Windows NT 4.0, and Windows 2000
Installing under Windows 3.1
Installing the Printer Software for Network Printing
Setting Up Your Printer on a Macintosh Computer
Setting Up Your Printer in a Unix Environment
network printing
Network Basics
Network Printing Configurations
Client-Server Configuration
Peer-to-Peer Configuration
Installing the Printer on a Network with an
HP JetDirect Print Server (Recommended)
Installing the HP JetDirect Internal Print Server Card
Sharing the Printer on a Network
Network Support Materials
2-11
2-12
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3-1
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3-2
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3-4
3-5
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paper handling
5-1
Selecting and Loading Paper
5-1
Printing on Legal Paper in Tray 1 or Tray 2
5-2
Printing Envelopes or Cards through the Envelope Feed 5-3
Printing Paper in Tray 2 (Optional Tray)
5-4
Using the Tray Lock
5-4
Manual Duplexing
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Minimum Printing Margins
LCD messages
Information Menu
Paper Handling Menu
Maintenance Menu
Printing Menu
Configuration Menu
Reset Menu
Postscript Menu
EIO Menu
Resetting the EIO Card
Understanding Printer Messages
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6-2
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troubleshooting
General Troubleshooting Tips
Printing a Configuration Page
Printing a Diagnostic Page
Cleaning the Printheads
Aligning the Printheads
Printing a Sample Page
Paper is Jammed in the Printer
Tips for Avoiding Paper Jams
Unexpected Printer Shutdown
Nothing is Printed
A Blank Page is Printed
Placement of the Text or Graphics is Wrong
Something on the Page is Missing or Incorrect
Printer Takes a Long Time to Print a Job
Printing Takes a Long Time Over the Network
Customer Support
Internet
HP Telephone Support
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specifications
Printer Specifications
Ordering Information
HP Supplies and Accessories
HP Premium Transparency Film
HP Premium Inkjet Paper
HP Premium Inkjet Heavyweight Paper
HP Premium Photo Paper
HP Photo Paper
HP Professional Brochure and Flyer Paper
Ink Cartridges
HP No. 11 Printheads
Accessories
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Networking Accessories
Regulatory Notice
Power Cord Statement
LEDs Classification
Energy Consumption
Safety Information
Hewlett-Packard Limited Warranty Statement
Extent of Limited Warranty
Limitations of Warranty
Limitations of Liability
Local Law
media
Supported Media
postscript printing
Postscript Printing
Installation Notes
Installing the Printer Driver Only
Current HP Business Inkjet users
Specific Printer Features/Issues
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index
iii
welcome
welcome
The HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250 provides for quick, professional
printing when connected directly to your PC or in a network environment.
Its high quality output and vibrant colors on paper up to 8.5" x 14"
(216 x 356 mm) will help bring creativity and professionalism to any
document you print.
Using this Guide
This guide includes the following sections:
• Getting Started—Shows how to set up your printer.
• Software Installation—Explains how to install your printer
software on different operating system.
• Network Printing—Contains an introduction to network printing
and lists currently available web links to online setup and
configuration information you can use with various network
environments.
• Paper Handling—Explains how to load paper, use the envelope
feed, and how to use the tray lock feature.
• LCD Messages—Lists the LCD messages and their meanings.
• Troubleshooting—Helps you solve printer problems and explains
how to access customer care.
• Specifications—Lists information about cartridge part numbers,
supported media, tray capacity, and system requirements.
• Media—Lists supported media types and sizes for the different
trays.
• Postscript Printing—Describes the features of the optional
postscript printer driver.
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For More Information
Web Site
Starter CD
Toolbox
http://www.hp.com/go/businessinkjet
http://www.hp.com/cposupport, or
http://www.hp.com.
The HP web site has the latest printer software, product
information, and support information.
Includes printer software, a diskette download utility for
the printer software, electronic copies of this User’s
Guide and the HP JetDirect Print Server Administrator's
Guide, release notes, and ordering information.
A taskbar icon appears after you install the software. It
contains “how-to” and troubleshooting instructions, and
allows access to HP information.
Note: You can also go to www.hp.com for online technical support, which
includes searchable technical notes databases. Or, ask for assistance from the HP
Customer Care Center (see page 7-11).
System Requirements
Check that your computer meets the following requirements:
Windows
3.1x
Windows
95/98
Windows
NT 4.0
Windows
2000
Macintosh
Systems
1-2
486DX processor, 66 MHz, 8 MB RAM
486DX processor, 100 MHz, 32 MB RAM
(Recommended: Pentium 266 MHz processor, 32 MB RAM)
Pentium 100 MHz processor, 32 MB RAM
(Recommended: Pentium 266 MHz processor, 64 MB RAM)
Pentium 166 MHz processor, 32 MB RAM
(Recommended: Pentium 266 MHz processor, 64 MB RAM)
OS 8.1, 68040, 16 MB RAM
(Recommended:OS 8.6 or later, iMac, 32 MB RAM)
getting started
getting started
Understanding the Printer’s Parts and Functions
Note: All purple-colored parts of the printer are movable.
1. Paper guides–Guides the paper into the printer.
2. Tray 1–Holds the standard paper.
3. Output tray–Collects the printed pages.
4. Envelope guide–Slides to fit the width of an envelope.
5. Tray 2–Optional paper tray (standard with the
HP Business Inkjet 2250TN).
6. Envelope feed–Holds a single envelope to feed into the printer.
7. Top cover–Allows you to view the interior of the printer.
8. Carriage latch–Locks the printhead cover.
9. Printhead cover–Lifts for removing each printhead from its color-coded
socket. Includes a hook that must be engaged with the carriage latch for
the printer to operate.
10. Ink cartridge door–Gives access to the ink cartridges.
11. Printhead access cover–Gives access to the printheads. The access cover
must be closed to print.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Power input–Attach power cord here.
EIO Slot–Install an HP JetDirect EIO printer server or the HP PS/PCL5 Kit
upgrade card.
EIO Slot–Install an HP JetDirect EIO printer server or the HP PS/PCL5 Kit
upgrade card.
Parallel port–Attach parallel cable here.
Note: Do not install two HP JetDirect EIO print server cards. Cards can be installed
in either slot. You can install two cards at the same time, but one must be an
HP PS/PCL5 Kit upgrade card and the other an HP JetDirect EIO print server card.
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Understanding the Control Panel Buttons and LED
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Menu–Cycles through the Control Panel menus.
Item–Cycles through the selected menu’s items.
Value–Cycles through the selected menu item’s values.
LCD Panel–Displays printer messages.
Resume–Continues a print job that is waiting and selects values from
item menus.
Cancel–Cancels the current print job. The time it takes to cancel depends
on the size of the print job. Press this button once only to cancel a queued
print job.
Power–Turns the printer OFF and ON.
LED–Lights up when the printer is online (green). Blinks when the printer is
printing (green) and when the printer is in an error state (amber).
Understanding the LCD Display
The LCD display shows status messages and the remaining ink levels in
the ink cartridges.
Messages appear here
Black
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
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Setting Up
1
Unpack the printer and remove the packing tape and any shipping foam
inside the paper trays.
2
Install Tray 2 (optional).
Note: Tray 2 (C3398A/C3398C) is a standard feature of the HP Business Inkjet 2250TN.
It can be ordered separately for other HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250 printers.
1.
2.
3.
2-4
Position Tray 2 in the location where you want to place the printer.
The printer is designed to rest directly on top of the tray.
Lift the printer and align the printer’s base with the paper tray.
Set the printer on top of the paper tray. There is a small gap
between the base of the printer and Tray 2.
3
Connect the power cord.
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4
Turn on the printer and install the four ink cartridges. The printheads and
the ink cartridges are not installed in the same sequence. Follow the
colored arrows to properly install the ink cartridges.
Press firmly on the cartridge to ensure proper contact after installation.
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5
Install the printheads. The printheads are not installed in the same order
as the ink cartridges. Follow the colored arrows to properly install the
printheads.
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Press firmly on the printhead to ensure proper contact after installation.
Press firmly to close the printhead cover.
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Wait while the printer initializes the printheads. This may take up to 8
minutes. The LCD panel will ask you to load paper and an alignment
page will print.
6
Load paper in Tray 1.
print side
If you wish to remove Tray 1 to load the paper, first lift up the output tray
(do not remove the output tray). Before reinserting Tray 1, make sure the
printer is plugged in and powered ON.
2-9
Do not load paper above the horizontal mark on the yellow sticker
attached to the side of the tray.
3.875" (96 mm)
8.5" (216 mm)
5.75" (146 mm)
14" (356 mm)
To print on paper greater than 11" (279 mm) in length, see Printing on
Legal Paper in Tray 1.
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Set
1.
2.
3.
4.
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the LCD language preference.
Ensure that the printer is turned OFF.
Press and hold the Value button and turn ON the printer.
Press the Value button to scroll through the language list.
Press the Resume button to confirm the language selection.
8
Connect the parallel cable or network cable.
Note: To connect the printer to a network, plug the network cable into
the network port on the HP JetDirect print server. For an overview of
printing in a network environment, see page 4-1.
9
Install the Printer Software from the Starter CD (Recommended)
3-1
2-11
Installing Additional Memory
If your printer has the HP PS/PCL5 Kit upgrade installed, you may install
up to 64 MB of additional memory which is available for purchase as an
accessory (part number F1457B).
Note: The HP PS/PCL5 Kit upgrade comes with the HP Business Inkjet 2250
printer. It can also be purchased as an accessory (part number C5935A/C5935C). The
module can be installed in the EIO slot on either side of the printer.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
For
2-12
Put on an anti-static wrist strap and clip the other end to a grounded
metal piece.
Switch OFF your printer and remove all cables from the printer.
Loosen the two screws on either side of the printer to remove the
HP PS/PCL5 Kit upgrade (the module can be installed in either side
of the printer).
Insert the SIMM into the slot.
Replace the module and fasten the screws.
Reconnect all cables to the printer and power ON the printer.
information on ordering memory, see HP Supplies and Accessories.
software
software installation
Printer Drivers Features
HPA
PCL 5C
PS
ColorSmart
Concept Preview
Emulate LaserJet Margins
Handout (N-up printing)
Pages per Sheet
Image Enhancement
Manual Duplex
Optimized for Fax
Print in Grayscale
Print Preview
Quick Sets
Symmetrical Margins
Tiling
Watermark
ZoomSmart
Scaling
Making Copies of the Printer Software
The Starter CD contains a utility that lets you copy the printer software
onto floppy disks. The utility is called the Make Disk Software. You can
also use Make Disk to copy the printer software to your hard drive, or a
network drive. After the files are copied to another location, you can
install the printer software from that location. See the Make Disk
Software online help for more information.
Installing the Printer Software for Local Printing
During installation you can choose Typical or Custom installation. Custom
installation lets you choose the components you want to install. The
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following table shows which components are installed for each
installation type.
Component
Description
HP Business Inkjet
2200/2250 Printer
Driver
Installs the
printer driver
for your printer.
HP Business Inkjet
2200/2250
Toolbox
Installs the Toolbox. The
Toolbox provides additional
printer controls, status
windows, and troubleshooting
information.
Program Group
Printer Matching
Fonts
2200
2250
HPA
Custom
PCL5
PS
Adds an HP Business Inkjet
program group to the start
menu.
Installs fonts on your computer
that match the fonts in the
printer.
Installing under Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0,
and Windows 2000
For Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000 users
• You must have administrator privileges to install a printer driver.
To Install the Printer Driver
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1.
Start Microsoft Windows and make sure no other Windows
applications are running.
2.
Insert the Starter CD into your CD-ROM drive. The installation
program runs automatically.
If the installation program does not run automatically, click Start,
select Run, and at the command line box, type the letter of your
computer’s CD-ROM drive followed by: \SETUP (for example,
type D:\SETUP).
3.
Click Install Printer Driver from the Starter CD menu.
4.
Select the language of the printer software that you want to install
and click OK.
5.
Click Next and then click Accept to accept the terms of the license
agreement.
6.
Select Connected directly to this computer. Follow the instructions
that appear on the screen to complete the printer driver installation.
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Select Client Setup if the printer is connected to a server or
someone's machine. Select Server or Peer-to-Peer Setup if you are
setting up a print server for the first time, or if you will print directly
to HP JetDirect EIO print server installed in your printer. If you are
not sure how to connect your network printer, ask your network
administrator, or see the next section, Network Printing for more
information.
Setting Up Your Printer on a Macintosh Computer
Connect your printer to a Macintosh computer via an HP JetDirect print
server.
Before connecting your printer to the JetDirect server, make sure your
printer is an:
• HP Business Inkjet 2250 printer with an HP JetDirect card, or
• HP Business Inkjet 2200 printer with the HP Postscript/PCL5 Kit
upgrade and an HP JetDirect card.
These cards can be purchased as accessories (see HP Supplies
and Accessories for more information).
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1.
Connect the Ethernet cable to the printer and the JetDirect server.
2.
Print the configuration page to determine the AppleTalk printer
name. For instructions of printing a configuration page, see
page 7-1.
3.
Insert the Starter CD into the CD-ROM drive. Double-click the
Installer icon located in the INSTALLER\<language> folder of the
Starter CD, where <language> is your language preference.
For example, the INSTALLER\ENU folder contains the Installer icon
for the English driver. For a list of languages and their
abbreviations, see the page 4-5.
4.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
5.
Double-click the Desktop Printer Utility icon in the
APPLE EXTRAS\APPLE LASERWRITER SOFTWARE folder of the hard
drive.
6.
Select LaserWriter8, followed by Printer (AppleTalk) and click OK.
7.
Change the PPD to HP Business Inkjet 2250.
8.
Change the AppleTalk Printer by selecting the AppleTalk Zone and
then selecting your printer (refer to the configuration page you
printed).
9.
Click Create and the printer icon appears on your desktop.
Setting Up Your Printer in a Unix Environment
To print in Unix, you must have an:
• HP Business Inkjet 2250 printer, or
• HP Business Inkjet 2200 printer with the HP Postscript/PCL5 Kit
upgrade.
For more information refer to the readme in the UNIX/PS folder on the
Starter CD.
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networking
network printing
The HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250 can be shared on a network. It can
be connected directly to a network using an HP JetDirect print server or
attached to a computer that is connected to a network.
Network Basics
Networks consist of computers connected together to share information
and resources, such as printers. On a "client-server" network, client
computers send print jobs to dedicated server computers that control the
use of each printer. On a "peer-to-peer" network, dedicated servers are
not used to control printers. Instead, each computer is configured to send
print jobs directly to the printer.
Network Printing Configurations
There are two basic types of network printing configurations:
client-server and peer-to-peer.
HP JetDirect EIO card
Peer-to-Peer printing.
Individual computers
manage their print
jobs.
Client-server printing.
Server manages print
jobs.
Client-Server Configuration
Server
Client-server printing is typically used in medium to large networks where
dedicated computer servers manage the printing needs of many users.
Client-server networks use network operating systems (NOS) such as
Novell NetWare and Windows NT Server 4.0, or Windows 2000.
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Supported Network Configurations for Client-Server Printing
Server
Client Configurations
Windows
NT 4.0/2000
Windows
95/98
Windows for
Workgroups 3.11
Windows
NT 4.0/2000
Windows 95/98
Not recommended
Novell NetWare
4.11 (Bindery and
NDS)
Novell NetWare
5.0 (Bindery, NDS,
NDPS)
Peer-to-Peer Configuration
Peer-to-peer printing is more suitable for smaller networks. With peer-topeer printing, you configure your Windows 95, Windows 98, or
Windows NT 4.0/2000 systems to print directly to the printer.
Supported Network Configurations for Peer-to-Peer Printing
• Windows 95
• Windows 98
• Windows NT 4.0/2000
Installing the Printer on a Network with an
HP JetDirect Print Server (Recommended)
JetDirect
Card
Your printer can be shared in a network environment by connecting it
directly to the network via an HP JetDirect external or internal print
server. This configuration provides better performance than printing
through a computer, as well as flexibility in preparing a location for the
printer.
The HP JetDirect print server can be used in both client-server and peerto-peer network configurations.
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Installing the HP JetDirect Internal Print Server Card
Note: The HP Business Inkjet 2250TN comes with an internal EIO JetDirect print
server card preinstalled. It is recommended that the printer be shared on a network
through the print server. If you own the HP Business Inkjet 2250TN, skip this
section.
If you own an HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250 printer other than the
HP Business Inkjet 2250TN, you can purchase an internal JetDirect print
server for it. For the list of HP JetDirect EIO print servers, see page 8-5.
Step 1 - Install the HP JetDirect EIO Print Server Card
Caution: The HP JetDirect card contains electronic components that can be
damaged by static electricity. To prevent buildup of static electricity, maintain
frequent contact with any bare sheet metal surface on the printer. If possible, wear
a grounding wrist strap (or similar device). Handle the card carefully at all times.
Avoid touching electronic components or circuit paths.
1.
Turn OFF the printer and unplug the power cord.
2.
Unscrew and remove the metal plate on either side of the printer.
3.
Insert the card. Align the card with the guide rails in the printer.
4.
Press the card into the slot until the card is firmly seated.
5.
Tighten each thumbscrew a little at a time, alternating between each
side until both screws are secure.
6.
Connect the network cable to the card.
Note: The JetDirect card can be installed on either side of the printer.
Step 2 - Verify that the Printer Works
1.
Connect the power cord and turn ON the printer.
2.
Press the Menu button repeatedly until INFORMATION appears.
4-3
3.
Press the Item button repeatedly until PRINT CONFIGURATION
PAGE appears.
4.
Press the Resume button to print the configuration page.
Note: Because you have installed an HP JetDirect card, two configuration pages
will print. The JetDirect Configuration Page contains setup information (for
example, LAN HW ADDRESS) that may be needed for the next step.
Step 3 – Install the Printer Software
1.
Install the PCL5 and PS printer driver from the Starter CD. For more
information on using the Starter CD to install printer drivers, see
page 3-1.
Sharing the Printer on a Network
Note: This procedure is for enabling a PC to use a shared printer. It assumes that
the printer driver is already installed on the PC and that the printer is currently
being shared on a network.
In this configuration, the printer is connected directly to the parallel port
of a selected computer (or server) on the network and is shared by the
other computers (or clients). The server could be a computer running
Windows for Workgroups 3.11, Windows 95, Windows 98, or
Windows NT 4.0/2000. Sharing the printer in this configuration is
easy.
Use this configuration only in small groups or when usage is low. The
shared computer is slowed down when many users print to its shared
printer.
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Clients can connect to the printer in three different ways:
• Install the printer software from the Starter CD and connect as a
client using the network installation.
• Browse to the printer on the network and drag the printer to your
Printers folder. The printer software is not installed on your
computer; the shared computer controls the printer driver
software.
• Add the printer and install the software from the INF file located
on your network. Ask your network administrator where the INF
is located.
On the Starter CD the INF files are stored in folders using the
following format <CD>:\Windows\<driver>\<OS>\<lang>. For
example, if your CD drive letter is D:,
D:\Windows\PCL5\Win2k\ENU contains the English
Windows 2000 PCL5 INF file.
Refer to the following table for a list of language abbreviations.
Language
Abbreviation
Czech
CZE
Danish
DAN
Dutch
DUT
English
ENU
Finnish
FIN
French
FRE
German
GER
Italian
ITA
Japanese
JAP
Norwegian
NOR
Polish
POL
Portuguese (Brazilian)
POB
Russian
RUS
Spanish
SPA
Swedish
SWE
4-5
Network Support Materials
If you encounter any problems or difficulty printing over a network, see
the following documentation:
Document
Document Contents
HP JetDirect Print Server
Administrator's Guide
Included on the Starter CD. It provides detailed
information on setting up and using your HP
JetDirect EIO Print Server.
It also provides information on:
• HP Software Solutions for HP JetDirect print
servers:
∙ HP Web JetAdmin, a Web-based tool for
managing network peripherals
∙ HP IP/IPX Printer Gateway for NDPS
∙ HP LaserJet Utility to set up printers on
AppleTalk networks
• TCP/IP Configurations
• Using LPD (Line Printer Daemon) services on the
HP JetDirect print server
• FTP Printing
• Troubleshooting and configuration page
messages
• Embedded Web Server to access configuration
and management pages for the print server
and device
• Printing on Windows NT DLC/LLC Networks
HP JetDirect hardware
manual
Included with the purchase of an HP JetDirect
print server. It describes setup and configuration
of your HP JetDirect print server. Note that the HP
JetDirect hardware manual does not come with
the printer.
The NOS (network
operating system) and OS
Manual.
These came with your computer or your NOS.
They describe basic network printing common to
all network printers.
For more information or HP Web JetAdmin and other HP network
printing software, visit the web site www.hp.com/support/net_printing.
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paper
paper handling
Selecting and Loading Paper
The printer prints on plain paper and most other types of paper. Most
plain paper used for photocopying yields good results.
• Always use paper that conforms to the printer specifications. For
a list of supported media, see page 9-1.
• Do not use media that is damaged, curled, or wrinkled. Do not
use paper with cutouts or perforations or paper that is heavily
textured or embossed.
• Do not use multiple-part forms.
• Load only one paper type at a time into any of the trays.
• Always load paper print-side down with the right edge of the
paper aligned against the right edge of the tray.
• Do not load more than 250 sheets of paper or a stack of paper
more than 0.98" (25 mm) thick (whichever is lower) into either of
the paper trays.
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Printing on Legal Paper in Tray 1 or Tray 2
5-2
1.
Lift up the output tray.
2.
To print on paper from 11" (279 mm) in length up to 14"
(356 mm) unlatch the front of the tray and open it.
3.
Insert the paper and adjust the paper width and length guides to fit
snug against the stack.
4.
Lower the output tray and pull out the legal paper extension.
5.
Select the appropriate media in the printer driver or your
application.
Printing Envelopes or Cards through the Envelope Feed
Note: Use the envelope feed to print a single envelope or card. If you need to print
more than one, you can use Tray 1. If you have two trays, remember to select
Tray 1 in the printer driver.
1.
In the print settings dialog box, click Setup and select Manual feed
in the Paper Source box. Change other print settings, if necessary,
and click OK.
2.
When the LED blinks, insert one envelope with the flap facing
upwards (or one card) into the envelope feed. Ease the envelope or
card to the right edge. Move the envelope guide until it is flush
against the envelope or card.
3.
Press the Resume button to continue printing.
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Printing Paper in Tray 2 (Optional Tray)
Tray 2 is an optional paper tray designed to print only on plain paper.
print side
1.
Open Tray 2 by grasping the handle under the front of the tray and
pulling the tray toward you. (The tray can be completely removed.)
2.
Slide the paper width and length adjusters to their outermost
positions and insert up to 250 sheets of paper or up to a 0.98"
(25 mm) (whichever is lower) stack of paper into the tray. Readjust
the paper size adjusters to fit snugly against the stack of paper.
3.
Align the tray with the opening and slide it back in to place.
By default, the printer draws paper from Tray 2. If Tray 2 is empty, the
printer draws paper from Tray 1.
Using the Tray Lock
Use the tray lock to protect special media such as letterhead or
transparencies from accidental use. If the printer runs out of paper while
printing a document, it will not use paper from a locked tray to complete
the print job.
Note: This feature is only available if Tray 2 is installed in your printer.
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1.
Turn on the printer.
2.
Press the Menu button repeatedly until PAPER HANDLING MENU
appears.
3.
Press the Item button repeatedly until LOCK TRAY = appears.
4.
Press the Value button until the tray you want to lock appears.
5.
Press the Resume button to make your selection.
Manual Duplexing
This feature is only available in the HPA printer driver. Follow the steps
below, only if you have previously deselected this option.
To print on both sides of the paper:
1.
Place the media in the selected tray.
2.
From the Effects tab, click Manual Duplex.
3.
Click OK and print the document.
The printer will notify you when to reinsert the printed pages (printed side
up) into the tray.
Supported HP Media for Manual Duplexing
Tray 1
HP Plain Paper, HP Heavyweight Paper,
HP Brochure (Glossy and Matte)
Tray 2
HP Plain Paper
Minimum Printing Margins
The following are the minimum printer margins based on portrait
orientation.
Paper Size
Left and Right
Top
Bottom
Letter, Legal,
Executive,
Custom Size Paper
A4, Cards,
Envelopes, Other
Paper Sizes
0.25" (6.35 mm)
0.04" (1 mm)
0.46" (11.77 mm)
0.133" (3.38 mm)
0.04" (1 mm)
0.46" (11.77 mm)
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LCD
LCD messages
The most convenient way to change settings on the printer is from your
computer through the printer driver.
You can also change the printer settings from the printer’s Control Panel.
The following tables list the menu items and possible values for the
printer. Additional menu items can appear in the Control Panel,
depending on the hardware modules installed in the printer.
To print a complete menu map from the Control Panel:
1.
Press the Menu button until INFORMATION MENU appears.
2.
Press the Item button until PRINT MENU MAP appears.
3.
Press the Resume button to print the menu map.
Information Menu
Message
Value
Description
PRINT DEMO
N.A.
Prints a sample page.
PRINT MENU MAP
N.A.
Prints a single page map of the menu
structure of the printer.
PRINT
CONFIGURATION
N.A.
Prints a single reference page describing
current configuration settings (firmware
version, model, accessories installed, fonts
installed, I/O support, cartridge and
printhead information).
PRINT PCL FONT
LIST (PS/PCL5 only)
N.A.
Prints the number with corresponding
PCL5 fonts.
PRINT PS FONT
LIST (PS/PCL5 only)
N.A.
Prints the number with corresponding PS
fonts (only available if postscript card is
present).
PRINT
DIAGNOSTIC
PAGE
N.A.
Prints a page that contains information for
basic troubleshooting.
PRINT
DIAGNOSTIC+
PAGE
N.A.
Prints a page that contains information for
advanced troubleshooting.
SHOW PRINTHEAD
HEALTH
N.A.
Displays the health of the printhead on the
LCD.
TEST PAPER PATH1
1-10,
20, 30,
40, 50
Tests the Tray 1 paper feed mechanism
TEST PAPER PATH2
1-10,
20, 30,
40, 50
Tests the Tray 2 paper feed mechanism.
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Paper Handling Menu
Message
Value
Description
LOCK TRAY =
(See page 5-4)
NONE
1
2
Locks a paper tray. The LOCK TRAY option
is only available if Tray 2 is installed.
Default = None.
Maintenance Menu
Message
Value
Description
CALIBRATE COLOR
N.A.
Calibrate printer's color intensity against
the black intensity by selecting the closest
matching calibration pair.
CLEAN PRINTHEADS
N.A.
Initiates the printhead cleaning process.
ALIGN PRINTHEADS
N.A.
Initiates the alignment process.
Printing Menu
Message
Value
Description
QUALITY LEVEL
FAST
NORMAL
BEST
Sets the default print quality level.
PAPER TYPE
Set of options.
Select media type. Default = Plain.
PAPER SIZE
Set of options.
Select media size. Default = Letter.
NUMBER OF
COPIES
1-999
Sets the number of copies to print.
Default = 1.
ORIENTATION
PORTRAIT
LANDSCAPE
Page orientation.
Default = Portrait
PAGE LENGTH
5-128
Set the page length in terms of
numbers of lines. Default = 60.
PCL FONT
NUMBER
0-89
Set the PCL font for printing from
DOS or UNIX without defining the
personality. Default = 0.
NO
Configure whether or not a carriage
return (CR) is appended to each line
feed (LF) encountered in a backward
compatible PCL job (pure text, no job
control). Default = No.
APPEND CR TO LF
YES
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PCL FONT PITCH
0.44 - 99.99
Set the font pitch. Default = 10.
PCL FONT
POINT SIZE
4.00 - 99.00
Set the font point size. Default = 12.
PCL SYMBOL SET
Set of options
Select the PCL symbol set.
Configuration Menu
Message
Value
Description
PERSONALITY
AUTO
Sets the personality used to process
the job. The PCL5 and PS option is
only available if the personality card
is inserted. Default = Auto.
PCL5 ONLY
PS ONLY
CLEARABLE
WARNINGS
INK LOW
WARNINGS
AUTO ON
When ON is selected, clearable
warnings are displayed until RESUME
is pressed.
JOB
When JOB is selected, clearable
warnings are displayed until end of
job. Default = Auto.
ON
When ON is selected, ink low
condition is displayed.
OFF
When OFF is selected, ink low
condition is not displayed.
Reset Menu
Message
Value
Description
RESTORE FACTORY
SETTINGS
N.A.
Restores all values to the printer's
predetermined factory values.
Postscript Menu
Note: This menu is only available with HP Business Inkjet 2250 printers or
HP Business Inkjet 2200 printers with the Postscript/PCL5 Upgrade.
Message
Value
Description
PRINT PS ERRORS = OFF
OFF
Select ON to print the PS error page
when PS errors occur.
ON
EIO Menu
Note: This menu is only available on HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250 printers with
an HP JetDirect EIO print server card installed.
Message
Value
Description
CFG NETWORK
NO
Selects whether or not you want to
access the JetDirect menu items. You
must change this option to YES each
time you want to access the JetDirect
EIO menu.
YES
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Message
Value
Description
IPX/SPX
ON
DLC/LLC
OFF
Selects whether or not a protocol is
enabled or disabled. Change it to OFF
to disable a protocol.
TCP/IP
ETALK
CFG IPX/SPX
NO
YES
Selects whether you want to access the
IPX/SPX menu and set the IPX/SPX
protocol parameters.
In the IPX/SPX menu, you can specify
the Frame Type parameter used on your
network.
• The default is AUTO, which
automatically sets and limits the Frame
type to the one detected.
• For Ethernet cards, frame type
selections include EN_8023, EN_II,
EN_8022, EN_SNAP.
• For Token Ring cards, frame type
selections include TR_8022, TR_SNAP.
In the IPX/SPX menu for Token Ring
cards, you can also specify NetWare
Source Routing parameters, which
include SRC RT=AUTO (default), OFF,
SINGLE R or ALL RT.
CFG TCP/IP
NO
YES
Selects whether you want to access the
TCP/IP menu and set the TCP/IP
protocol parameters.
In the TCP/IP menu, you can specify
BOOTP=YES for TCP/IP parameters to
be automatically configured by a BootP
or DHCP server when the printer is
turned on.
If you specify BOOTP=NO, you can
manually set the following TCP/IP
parameters from the control panel:
Each byte of the IP address (IP)
• Subnet Mask (SM)
• Syslog Server (LG)
• Default Gateway (GW)
• Idle Timeout period (default is 90
seconds, 0 disables the timeout)
When setting IP numbers, press the
Value button to increase the number by
1. Hold down the Value button to
increase the number by 10. 2. Press the
Resume button to make your selection.
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Message
Value
Description
CFG ETALK
NO
Selects whether you want to access the
EtherTalk menu and set the AppleTalk
phase parameter (ETALK PHASE=1 or 2)
for your network.
YES
Resetting the EIO Card
To restore the factory default values to HP JetDirect EIO print server card:
1.
Turn off the printer.
2.
While holding down the Item and Resume buttons on the printer's
control panel, turn on the printer.
All previously stored EIO settings will be lost.
Understanding Printer Messages
Message
Explanation
Solution
CANCELLING
JOB
The printer is canceling
the current print job.
PAPER JAM,
OPEN COVER
AND CLEAR
PAPER
Paper is jammed in the
printer.
Clear the jammed paper. For
more information, see page
7-4.
[COLOR] INK
CARTRIDGE
EMPTY
The cartridge is out of
ink and the printer will
not print until the
cartridge is replaced.
Remove the ink cartridge.
Reinstall the cartridge and try
to print. If the error persists,
replace the empty cartridge.
REPLACE
[COLOR] INK
CARTRIDGE
The printer detects a
faulty ink cartridge.
Reinstall the faulty ink
cartridge and try to print. If
the error persists, replace the
cartridge.
[COLOR] INK
CARTRIDGE
MISSING
The printer cannot
detect the ink cartridge
because it is missing,
improperly installed, or
defective.
Open the ink cartridge door
and check if the cartridge is
missing, improperly installed,
or the wrong cartridge. If
none of these solutions work,
replace the cartridge.
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Message
Explanation
Solution
REPLACE
[COLOR]
PRINTHEAD
The printer detects a
faulty ink printhead.
Reinstall the faulty ink
printhead and try to print.
Make sure the shipping tape
has been removed. If the
error persists, remove the
printhead and use a dry, lintfree, soft cloth to gently clean
any ink off the contact pads.
Reinstall the printhead and try
to print. If the error persists,
replace the printhead.
[COLOR]
PRINTHEAD
MISSING
The printer cannot
detect the ink printhead
because it is missing,
improperly installed, or
defective.
Open the ink printhead door
and check if the printhead is
missing, improperly installed,
or the wrong printhead. If
none of these solutions work,
replace the printhead. If the
error persists, call HP.
BAD INK
CARTRIDGE OR
PRINTHEAD
The printer detects a
faulty ink cartridge or
printhead.
Follow the instructions in the
printer message.
LOAD [TRAY]
WITH [MEDIA
TYPE] [MEDIA
SIZE]
Printer requires media
of a specific type and
size to be loaded in
specified paper tray.
Follow the instructions in the
printer message.
PRINTED PAGE IS
DRYING... PRESS
RESUME TO
CONTINUE
Printer is letting the
current page dry.
Remove the wet page and
press the Resume button to
continue printing.
PERSONALITY
CARD NOT
RECOGNIZED
The printer cannot
detect the card because
it is missing, improperly
installed, or defective.
Reinstall the personality card
or replace it. If the error
message persists, call HP.
RESET JETDIRECT
CARD
Prompts user to reset the
internal parameters of
the JetDirect card.
From the RESET Menu, press
the Value Button to select EIO
RESET.
CLOSE ALL
COVERS
The printer will not print
until all access covers
are properly closed.
Follow the instructions in the
printer message.
OUT OF
MEMORY
The printer is out of
memory and cannot
print the current job.
Cancel the current print job,
and add additional memory,
or reduce the complexity of
the document you are trying
to print.
troubleshooting
troubleshooting
General Troubleshooting Tips
1.
Check the printer LCD panel. If the printer LCD panel displays a
recoverable error message, see Understanding Printer Messages on
page 6-5 for instructions on how to resolve the problem.
Example
Solution
BAD INK
CARTRIDGE OR
PRINTHEAD, CLOSE
ALL COVERS, etc.
See Understanding Printer Messages on page 6-5 for
information on how to resolve such errors.
E: XXXX
Your printer may have a hardware problem. Turn OFF
the printer, wait for a few seconds and then turn it ON
again. If the message persists, your printer may need
servicing, write down the error code and contact HP.
E: XXXX-X-Y-Z
E: XX
2.
If the LED is flashing and the printer does not print, lift up the
printhead access cover and make sure the hook on the printhead
cover is properly secured by the carriage latch.
Printing a Configuration Page
Note: If an HP JetDirect EIO print server card is installed, two pages will print.
To print a Configuration page:
1.
Press the Menu button until INFORMATION MENU appears.
2.
Press the Item button until PRINT CONFIGURATION appears.
3.
Press the Resume button to print the configuration page.
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The Configuration page will looks similar to one of the following pages.
If the PS/PCL5 upgrade Kit is installed (included with the 2250), the
Configuration Page looks like the page on the right:
1
2
3
4
The Configuration page is divided into the following sections:
Item
Description
1
Printer Information shows general printer information such
as Firmware version number, Model and Service ID.
2
Personality card Information such as version number and
memory installed.
3
Printhead Information displays the amount of ink left in
each ink cartridge.
4
Ink Cartridge Information displays the amount of ink left in
each ink cartridge.
Printing a Diagnostic Page
Note: The information on the diagnostic page is useful to our Customer Care
Center in helping you to troubleshoot any printer problem.
To print a Diagnostic Test page:
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1.
Press the Menu button until INFORMATION MENU appears.
2.
Press the Item button until PRINT DIAGNOSTIC PAGE appears.
3.
Press the Resume button to print the diagnostic page.
The Diagnostic Page looks similar to this:
1
2
3
The Diagnostic page is divided into the following sections:
Item
Description
1
Printer Information. Shows general printer information such as
Firmware version number, Model and Service ID.
2
Printhead Information. Shows technical information on the
printhead performance.
3
Technical Information. Displays detailed technical information
on the printheads and ink cartridges.
Cleaning the Printheads
Clean the printheads when lines or dots are missing from printed text
or graphics.
1.
Press the Menu button until MAINTENANCE MENU appears.
2.
Press the Item button until CLEAN PRINTHEADS appears.
3.
Press the Resume button.
4.
Press Yes or No when prompted. There are 3 levels of cleaning.
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Aligning the Printheads
The printheads are automatically aligned upon installation. If your
printouts look like the printheads are misaligned, you can align them
through the control panel.
1.
Press the Menu button until MAINTENANCE MENU appears.
2.
Press the Item button until ALIGN PRINTHEADS appears.
3.
Press the Resume button.
4.
The printer prints a page with alignment patterns.
Printing a Sample Page
Print a sample page without being connected to a computer. This allows
you to see that your printer is set up correctly.
1.
Press the Menu button until INFORMATION MENU appears.
2.
Press the Item button until PRINT DEMO appears.
3.
Press the Resume button to print the sample page.
Paper is Jammed in the Printer
If paper is jammed in the printer, follow these instructions to clear the
jam.
Note: Information on Tray 2 is only applicable if your printer comes with Tray 2 or
if you have purchased Tray 2 as an accessory.
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1.
Remove all paper from the Output Tray.
2.
Open the top access door to locate the paper jam.
3.
If the Printhead Cradle is blocking the paper path, gently push it to
the side.
4.
Free any wrinkled paper and pull the sheet of paper towards you
through the front of the printer.
Note: Do not remove jammed paper through the Top Cover. If you cannot access
the jammed paper, proceed to Step 6.
5.
If bulk of the paper is jammed in Tray 1 or Tray 2:
a Lift the Output Tray and check for paper jam.
b If the paper is jammed in Tray 1, pull out Tray 1. If not, check
Tray 2 for paper jam.
c If the paper is jammed in Tray 2, pull out Tray 2. If not, proceed
to Step 6.
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d Pull the paper towards you as shown in the diagram.
e Close the Top Cover and press the Resume button on the printer
to continue.
f Replace the tray.
g If this does not work, turn off the printer and then turn on again.
6.
If you cannot locate the jammed paper in any of the trays:
a
Turn off the printer and remove the power cord.
b
Lift the printer off Tray 2.
c
Remove the jammed paper from the bottom of the printer or from
Tray 2.
d
Replace the printer on top of the paper tray.
Tips for Avoiding Paper Jams
• Make sure nothing is blocking the paper path.
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• Do not overload the paper trays. Both paper trays hold up to
250 sheets of plain paper or other print material measuring
0.98" (25 mm) in thickness (whichever is less).
• Load paper properly.
• Do not use paper that is curled or crumpled.
• Always use paper that conforms with those listed in the Printer
Specifications section.
• Always stack paper neatly when printing on both sides of the
page (manual duplex).
Unexpected Printer Shutdown
• Check the power
Make sure the power cord is connected firmly to the printer and to
a working outlet, and that the printer is turned on. The LED on the
front panel of the printer should be green. Try turning the printer
OFF, then ON again.
• Check the printer's vents
If the printer's vents are covered, and the printer overheats, it
automatically turns off. Make sure the vents are not covered and
the printer is in a cool, dry location.
Nothing is Printed
• Be patient
Complex documents containing many fonts, graphics, and/or
color photos take longer to begin printing. The LED blinks green
when the printer is processing information.
• Check the power
Make sure the power cord is connected firmly to the printer and to
a working outlet, and that the printer is turned on. The LED on the
front panel of the printer should be green. Try turning the printer
OFF, then ON again.
• Check the paper
Make sure paper is loaded correctly in the tray and that the
paper is not jammed in the printer.
• Check the ink cartridges and printheads
Make sure the ink cartridges and printheads are properly
installed. Properly close the printhead cover and printhead
access cover. Make sure the shipping tape has been removed
from the printheads.
• Try printing a “sample page”
1. Press the Menu button until INFORMATION MENU appears.
2. Press the Item button until PRINT DEMO appears.
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3. Press the Resume button to print the demo page.
• Check the printer setup
Make sure your HP Business Inkjet printer is selected as the
current or default printer and that Pause Printing is not checked.
• Check the network setup
Make sure that your printer is properly setup in the network
environment.
A Blank Page is Printed
• Check the printheads for tape
Make sure you have removed the printhead shipping tape that
covers the ink nozzles.
• Check the printer setup
Make sure your printer is selected as the current or default
printer.
• Check the parallel port on your computer
Make sure your printer is connected directly to the parallel port.
Do not share the port with other devices such as a Zip drive.
Placement of the Text or Graphics is Wrong
• The paper size or orientation settings may be incorrect
Make sure the paper size and page orientation selected in the
software program match the settings in the HP print settings
dialog box.
• The paper may not be loaded correctly
If everything on the page is slanted or skewed, make sure the
paper width and length adjusters fit snugly against the left and
bottom edges of the paper stack, and that there are no more
than 250 sheets of paper or a stack of paper 0.98" (25 mm)
thick loaded in either of the paper trays.
• The margin settings may be wrong
If the text or graphics are cut off at the edges of the page, make
sure the margin settings for the document do not exceed the
printable area of your printer.
• Printable area is not set correctly for a LaserJet document
When printing documents formatted for a LaserJet, pages in your
document may get cropped, truncated or the content of one page
may overflow to the next. Set the Emulate LaserJet Margins
option in the printer driver.
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Something on the Page is Missing or Incorrect
• The margin settings may be wrong
Make sure the margin settings for the document do not exceed
the printable area of your printer.
• Color print settings may be wrong
Grayscale is probably selected in the HP print settings dialog
box.
• The wrong printer may be selected
Make sure the correct printer is selected as the current or default
printer.
• The Symmetrical Margins option makes the left and right margins
equal and top and bottom margins equal. If the page appears
incorrect, make sure this setting is not selected in the printer
driver.
Printer Takes a Long Time to Print a Job
• Check your system configuration
The minimum system configuration for your printer is
486-66 MHz with 8 MB RAM. However, the printer performance
is optimized for Pentium machines.
• There may be insufficient hard disk space in your system
If you are printing graphics-intensive files, make sure you have
enough (more than 50 MB) hard disk space.
• The port setting configuration in your system is not set to ECP
(Windows 3.1x/95/98 only)
See the manual that comes with your computer for information on
how to change your port setting or contact your computer
manufacturer.
Printing Takes a Long Time Over the Network
• Set the print queue to accept only RAW data
In a Windows NT 4.0 client-server environment, the print server
can be configured to accept only RAW data. In this configuration
the client computer creates the RAW data instead of the print
server. To enable this option:
1. Click Start and select Settings, followed by Printers.
2. Right-click the printer icon and select Properties.
3. Click the General tab.
4. Click Print Processor.
5. Check Always Spool RAW Datatype and click OK.
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• Set the port monitor
Use the port software that comes with HP Web JetAdmin, instead
of Microsoft LPR port software. Also, for optimal printing and
spooling of 8.5" x 14" (216 x 356 mm) size jobs, the TCP/IP
Idle time out value of the EIO card should be set to at least 360
seconds. To enable this option:
1. Click Start and select Settings, followed by Printers.
2. Right-click the printer icon and select Modify.
3. Click Next.
4. Set the TCP/IP Idle time out to at least 360.
5. Click Next and then Finish.
• Reduce the complexity of the file
Reduce the complexity of the file by reducing the number of
colors used to create it.
• Print the file from a different application
Some applications handle complex print files more efficiently
than others. Try printing your file from another application.
Customer Support
The information in this section suggests solutions to common problems. If
your printer is not operating properly and these suggestions do not solve
your problem, try using one of the following support services to obtain
assistance.
Note: There are no user-serviceable parts inside the printer.
For more information consult one of the following:
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Document
Document Contents
This guide
This document contains a list of common LCD
messages, their cause, and their remedy. For
more information, see page 6-1.
HP Business Inkjet
2200/2250 Reference
Guide
Included with your printer. It provides setup and
configuration information for your HP color
printer.
Readme
Included on the Starter CD. It provides last-minute
important information about your HP color
printer.
HP JetDirect Print Server
Administrator's Guide
Included on the Starter CD. It provides detailed
information on setting up and using your
HP JetDirect EIO Print Server.
Document
Document Contents
HP JetDirect hardware
manual
Included with the purchase of an HP JetDirect
print server. It describes setup and configuration
of your HP JetDirect print server. Note that the HP
JetDirect hardware manual does not come with
the printer.
The NOS (network
operating system)
documentation
These manuals came with your computer or your
NOS. They describe basic network printing
common to all network printers.
Internet
Visit our World Wide Web for the latest printer software, product and
support information.
http://www.hp.com/go/businessinkjet or
http://www.hp.com/cposupport.
HP Telephone Support
During the warranty period, you may obtain assistance from the
HP Customer Care Center.
Before calling, print a configuration page and fill in the following
information to be ready to help your Customer Care Center
representative:
What model printer do you have?
What is the serial number of your printer?
(Check the back of your printer.)
What is the brand and model of your computer?
What is the version of printer software you are using?
(Open the printer driver Properties, click the
Preference tab, and then click About.)
What driver did you select?
Have you printed a configuration page?
Have this information ready when you call HP Customer Support at any
of the following numbers:
For customers in North America:
US: 208 323 2551 Monday through Friday
During
6 am to 6 pm (MST)
Warranty:
Canada: 905 206 4663 Monday through Friday
8 am to 8 pm (EST)
Post Warranty:
US: 900 555 1500 ($2.50 per minute, maximum
of $25.00) or 800 999 1148 ($25.00 per call
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will be charged to your Visa or MasterCard)
Monday through Friday 6 am to 6 pm (MST)
Canada: Toll free 877 621 4722 (Visa,
MasterCard, or American Express) Monday
through Friday 8 am to 8 pm (EST)
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For customers outside of North America:
Africa/Middle East +41 22/780 71 11
Argentina 541 781 4061/69
Australia 613 8877 8000
Austria 0660 6386
Belgium
(Dutch) 02 6268806
(French) 02 6268807
Brazil 55 11 709 1444
Canada 905 206 4663
Chile 800 360999
China 010 6564 5959
Czech Republic 42 (2) 471 7327
Denmark 3929 4099
Finland 0203 47 288
France 01 43 62 34 34
Germany 0180 52 58 143
Greece 01 68 96 4 11
Hong Kong 800 96 7729
Hungary 36 (1) 252 4505
India 9111 682 6035
Indonesia 21 350 3408
Ireland 01 662 5525
Italy 02 264 10350
Korea 822 3270 0700
Malaysia 03 295 2566
Mexico D.F. 01 800 2214700,
01 800 9052900
New Zealand 09 356 6640
Norway 22 11 6299
Philippines 2 867 3551
Poland 022 37 5065, 48 22 37 5065
Portugal 01 441 7 199
Russia 7095 923 50 01
Singapore 272 5300
Spain 902 321 123
Sweden 08 619 2170
Switzerland 0848 80 11 11
Taiwan 886 2 27170055
Thailand 02 661 4011
The Netherlands 020 606 8751
Turkey 90 1 224 59 25
United Kingdom 0171 512 5202
Vietnam 8 823 4530
Venezuela 582 239 5664
Caracas 207 8488
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specifications
Printer Specifications
Print Method
Plain paper drop on-demand thermal inkjet printing
Print Speed:
(Letter/A4)
Fast
Normal
Best
Black text
15 ppm
11 ppm
6.5 ppm
Mixed text with
color graphics
14 ppm
7.5 ppm
1.5 ppm
Full page color
6.0 ppm
2.5 ppm
0.5 ppm
Glossy color
photo 4" x 6"
(101 x 152 mm)
N/A
1.0 ppm
0.5 ppm
Approximate figures. Exact speed dependent on the system
configuration, software program, and document complexity.
Black
Resolution
Up to 1200x600 dpi
Color
Resolution
HP’s enhanced Color Layering Technology with PhotoREt III for
photo quality. Up to 1200x600 dpi
Printer
Languages
HP Business Inkjet 2200 family:
HP High Performance Architecture (HPA) GUI
HP Business Inkjet 2250 family:
HP HPA, PCL 5C, HP Postscript 2 emulation,
Automatic language switching
Software
Compatibility
Microsoft Windows® 3.1x, 95, 98, NT 4.0, 2000,
Macintosh System 8.1 and above
Fonts
45 TrueType and 35 Postscript fonts built-in;
all Postscript emulation and HP PCL 5C-accessible
Intellifont and TrueType rasterizer built into
PCL 5C. Built-in support for Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek and
Hebrew symbol sets.
Smart
Software
Features
Built-in printer driver features:
Enhanced Windows Drivers with Configurable, Remote and
Unattended setup options. HP ZoomSmart Scaling technology,
Handout (N-up printing), Manual Duplex, Watermark,
Concept Preview, Quick Sets, Emulate LaserJet Margins,
Symmetrical Margins, Optimized for Fax, Tiling.
Note: Not all features available with each printer driver.
Media
Size/Type
Paper
U.S. Legal 8.5" x 14" (216 x 356 mm),
U.S. Letter 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm),
U.S. Executive 7.25" x 10.5"
(184 x 267 mm), A4 210 x 297 mm,
B5 182 x 257 mm
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Media
Size/Type
Media
Handling
Transparencies
U.S. Letter 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm),
European A4 210 x 297 mm
Envelopes
(Tray 1 and
Envelope Feed
only)
U.S. No. 10 4.12" x 9.5"
(105 x 241 mm),
Monarch 3.87" x 7.5"
(98 x 191 mm),
European DL 200 x 110 mm,
A2 Baronial 111.1 x 146 mm,
C5 162 x 229 mm, C6 114 x 162 mm,
Japan #3 Envelope 120 x 235 mm
Cards
(Tray 1 and
Envelope Feed
only)
Index card 4" x 6" (102 x 152 mm),
Index card 5" x 8" (127 x 203 mm),
European A6 card 105 x 149 mm,
A5 148 x 210 mm,
Labels
U.S. Legal 8.5" x 11"
European A4 210 x 297 mm
Tray 1/
Tray 2
Sheets: up to 250 or 0.98" (25 mm) thick,
Cards (Tray 1 only): up to 60 (or 15mm
stacked),
Envelopes (Tray 1 only): up to 15 (or
15mm stacked)
Envelope feed
Single envelope or card feed only
Output tray
capacity
Sheets: up to 150 (text printing)
Recommended
Media Weight
Tray 1/
Tray 2
Paper: 60 to 105 g/m2 (16 to 28 lb. Bond)
Cards (Tray 1 only): 110 to 200 g/m2
(110 lb. Index)
HP Media
Supported
Tray 1
Plain paper (250 sheets),
HP Premium InkJet Paper (200 sheets),
HP Premium InkJet Heavyweight Paper
(100 sheets),
HP Premium Transparency (50 sheets),
HP Premium Photo Paper (15 sheets),
HP Photo Paper (20 sheets),
HP Professional Brochure
(Glossy and Matte) (100 sheets)
Tray 2
Plain paper (250 sheets)
(Maximum
number of
pages
supported)
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I/O Interface
Centronics parallel, IEEE 1284 compliant
Printer
Memory
HP Business Inkjet 2200 family: 8 MB of built-in RAM
Control Panel
Intuitive operation and easy-to-understand messages.
Messages can be displayed in 15 languages: English, French,
Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian,
Finnish, Swedish, Danish, Polish, Czech, Russian, and
Japanese
HP Business Inkjet 2250 family: 24 MB of built-in RAM, up to
88 MB with optional 64 MB (SDRAM,100MHz) DIMM
Dimensions
20.2" (513 mm) W x 8.2" (208 mm) H x 20.4" (517 mm) D
without Tray 2 installed.
Weight
10 kg (22 lb.) without Tray 2, printheads, or ink cartridges
Duty Cycle
10,000 pages/month
Power Supply
Built-in Universal Power Supply
Power
Requirements
Input Voltage 100 - 240 AC (±10%), 50/60 Hz (±3 Hz)
Power
Consumption
Less than 2 watts when off, 8 watts maximum non-printing, 68
watts maximum printing, 65 watts average printing
Operating
Environment
Operating temperature: 5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)
Recommended operating conditions: 15° to 35°C
(59° to 95°F)
Storage temperature: -40° to 60°C (-40° to 140°F)
Relative Humidity: 20 to 80% RH non-condensing
Noise Levels:
HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250:
Sound Power: LWAm 59 dB(A) per ISO 9614-1
Sound Pressure: LpAm 49 dB(A) (by-stander position)
HP Business Inkjet 2250TN:
Sound Power: LWAm 61 dB(A) per ISO 9614-1
Sound Pressure: LpAm 50 dB(A) (by-stander position)
System
Requirements
Minimum
Windows 3.1x: 486DX-66, 8 MB RAM
Windows 95/98: 486DX-100, 16 MB RAM
Windows NT 4.0: Pentium 100, 32 MB RAM
Windows NT 2000: Pentium 166, 32 MB RAM
Mac: OS 8.1 or later, Power Mac 601,
60 MHz,16 MB RAM
Recommended Windows 95/98: Pentium 266, 32 MB RAM
Windows NT 4.0/2000: Pentium 266,
64 MB RAM
Mac: OS 8.6 or later, iMac, 32 MB RAM
Graphics intensive files may require more disk
space.
Warranty
1 year limited warranty
Product
Certifications
Safety Certifications: CCIB (China), CSA (Canada), PSB
(Singapore), UL (USA), NOM-1-NYCE (Mexico), TUV-GS
(Germany), JUN (Korea).
EMI/EMC Certifications: FCC Title 47 CFR Part 15 Class B
computing device (USA) (Class A when connected to Local
Area Network devices), CTICK (Australia & New Zealand),
VCCI (Japan), CE (European Union), B mark (Poland), GOST
(Russia), BCIQ (Taiwan), RRL (Korea).
Pantone Calibrated.
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Ordering Information
Number
Description
C2688A
HP Business Inkjet 2200
C2689A
HP Business Inkjet 2200se
C2690A
HP Business Inkjet 2200xi
C2691A
HP Business Inkjet 2250
C2699A
HP Business Inkjet 2250TN
HP Supplies and Accessories
You can order HP supplies and accessories from HP World Wide Web.
Visit HP Outlet Center (http://www.hpshopping.com) for more
information.
HP Premium Transparency Film
US Letter, 50 sheets: 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) C3834A
US Letter, 20 sheets: 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) C3828A
A4, 50 sheets: 210 x 297 mm C3835A
A4, 20 sheets: 210 x 297 mm C3832A
HP Premium Inkjet Paper
US Letter, 200 sheets: 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) 51634Y
A4, 200 sheets: 210 x 297 mm 51634Z
HP Premium Inkjet Heavyweight Paper
US Letter, 100 sheets: 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) C1852A
A4, 100 sheets: 210 x 297 mm C1853A
HP Premium Photo Paper
US Letter, 15 sheets: 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) C6039A
A4 (European), 15 sheets: 210 x 297 mm C6040A
A4 (Asian), 15 sheets: 210 x 297 mm C6043A
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HP Photo Paper
US Letter, 20 sheets: 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) C1846A
A4 (European), 20 sheets: 210 x 297 mm C1847A
HP Professional Brochure and Flyer Paper
Glossy, US Letter, 50 sheets: 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) C6817A
Glossy, A4, 50 sheets: 210 x 297 mm C6818A
Matte, US Letter, 50 sheets: 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) C6955A
Ink Cartridges
HP No. 10 Black C4840A (26.5 ml) / C4844A (69 ml)
HP No. 11 Cyan C4836A (28 ml)
HP No. 11 Magenta C4837A (28 ml)
HP No. 11 Yellow C4838A (28 ml)
HP No. 11 Printheads
Black C4810A
Cyan C4811A
Magenta C4812A
Yellow C4813A
Accessories
HP IEEE-1284 Compliant A-B Parallel Cable (2 m) C2950A
HP IEEE-1284 Compliant A-B Parallel Cable (3 m) C2951A
250 Sheet Input Tray (Tray 2) C3398A/C3398C
HP 64 MB SDRAM PC-100 Module F1457B
HP Postscript/PCL5 Kit C5935A/C5935C
Networking Accessories
HP JetDirect 600N (EIO) Internal Print Servers
Ethernet/802.3 RJ-45 (10Base-T) J3110A
Ethernet/802.3 BNC (10Base2), RJ-45 (10Base-T),
Local talk System 7 J3111A
Token Ring/802.5,DB9,RJ-45 J3112A
Fast Ethernet/802/802.3, RJ-45 (10/100Base-TX) J3113A
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HP JetDirect 500X External Print Servers
Token Ring 802.5, DB9, RJ-45 J3264A
Fast Ethernet/802.3, BNC (10Base2), RJ-45 (10/100Base-TX) J3265A
HP JetDirect 300X External Print Servers
Ethernet/802.3 RJ-45 (10/100Base-TX) J3263A
Visit http://www.hp.com/go/networkprinting for more information.
Regulatory Notice
Power Cord Statement
The power cord cannot be repaired. If it is defective, it should be
discarded or returned to the supplier.
LEDs Classification
CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT
LED KLASSE 1
APPARECCHIO LED DI CLASSE 1
PRODUCT KLASY 1 Z DIODAMI ŒWHCYCYMI LED
Appareil à Diode Electrluminescente de Classe 1
ZARIZENl LED TRlY 1
KLASS 1 LED APPARAT
LUOKAN 1 LED
Energy Consumption
Energy Star is a US registered service mark of United States
Environmental Protection Agency
Safety Information
Always follow basic safety precautions when using this product to reduce
risk of injury from fire or electric shock.
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1.
Read and understand all instructions in the User’s Guide.
2.
Observe all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3.
Unplug this product from wall outlets before cleaning.
4.
Do not install or use this product near water, or when you are wet.
5.
Install the product securely on a stable surface.
6.
Install the product in a protected location where no one can step on
or trip over the line cord, and the line cord cannot be damaged.
7.
If the product does not operate normally, see troubleshooting on
page 7-1.
8.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Hewlett-Packard Limited Warranty Statement
HP Product
Duration of Limited Warranty
Software
90 days
Accessories
90 days
Ink Cartridges
90 days
Printer Peripheral Hardware see below for details
1 Year
Extent of Limited Warranty
1.
Hewlett-Packard warrants to the end-user customer that the HP
products specified above will be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for the duration specified above, which duration
begins on the date of purchase by the customer.
2.
For software products, HP’s limited warranty applies only to a
failure to execute programming instructions. HP does not warrant
that the operation of any product will be uninterrupted or error free.
3.
HP’s limited warranty covers only those defects that arise as a result
of normal use of the product, and does not cover any other
problems, including those that arise as a result of:
a. Improper maintenance or modification;
b. Software, media, parts, or supplies not provided or supported
by HP; or
c. Operation outside the product’s specifications.
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4.
For HP printer products, the use of a non-HP ink cartridge or a
refilled ink cartridge does not affect either the warranty to the
customer or any HP support contract with the customer. However, if
printer failure or damage is attributable to the use of a non-HP or
refilled ink cartridge, HP will charge its standard time and materials
charges to service the printer for the particular failure or damage.
5.
If HP receives, during the applicable warranty period, notice of a
defect in any product which is covered by HP’s warranty, HP shall
either repair or replace the product, at HP’s option.
6.
If HP is unable to repair or replace, as applicable, a defective
product which is covered by HP’s warranty, HP shall, within a
reasonable time after being notified of the defect, refund the
purchase price for the product.
7.
HP shall have no obligation to repair, replace, or refund until the
customer returns the defective product to HP.
8.
Any replacement product may be either new or like new, provided
that it has functionality at least equal to that of the product being
replaced.
9.
HP products may contain remanufactured parts, components, or
materials equivalent to new in performance.
10. HP’s Limited Warranty Statement is valid in any country where the
covered HP product is distributed by HP. Contracts for additional
warranty services, such as on-site service, are available from any
authorized HP service facility in countries where the product is
distributed by HP or by an authorized importer.
Limitations of Warranty
1.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, NEITHER HP NOR ITS
THIRD PARTY SUPPLIERS MAKES ANY OTHER WARRANTY OR
CONDITION OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY,
SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
Limitations of Liability
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1.
To the extent allowed by local law, the remedies provided in this
Warranty Statement are the customer’s sole and exclusive remedies.
2.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, EXCEPT FOR THE
OBLIGATIONS SPECIFICALLY SET FORTH IN THIS WARRANTY
STATEMENT, IN NO EVENT SHALL HP OR ITS THIRD PARTY
SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER
BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY
AND WHETHER ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
Local Law
1.
This Warranty Statement gives the customer specific legal rights.
The customer may also have other rights which vary from state to
state in the United States, from province to province in Canada, and
from country to country elsewhere in the world.
2.
To the extent that this Warranty Statement is inconsistent with local
law, this Warranty Statement shall be deemed modified to be
consistent with such local law. Under such local law, certain
disclaimers and limitations of this Warranty Statement may not
apply to the customer. For example, some states in the United
States, as well as some governments outside the United States
(including provinces in Canada), may:
a. Preclude the disclaimers and limitations in this Warranty
Statement from limiting the statutory rights of a customer (e.g.
the United Kingdom);
b. Otherwise restrict the ability of a manufacturer to enforce such
disclaimers or limitations; or
c. Grant the customer additional warranty rights, specify the
duration of implied warranties which the manufacturer cannot
disclaim, or allow limitations on the duration of implied
warranties.
3.
FOR CONSUMER TRANSACTIONS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW
ZEALAND, THE TERMS IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT, EXCEPT
TO THE EXTENT LAWFULLY PERMITTED, DO NOT EXCLUDE,
RESTRICT, OR MODIFY, AND ARE IN ADDITION TO, THE
MANDATORY STATUTORY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THE SALE OF
THE HP PRODUCTS TO SUCH CUSTOMERS.
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media
media
Supported Media
HP Media
Plain Paper
HP Premium Inkjet Paper
HP Premium Inkjet Heavyweight Paper
HP Premium Transparency
HP Premium Photo Paper
HP Photo Paper
HP Professional Brochure
Tray 1
Tray 2
Paper Size
Tray
1
Tray
2
U.S. Letter 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm)
U.S. Legal 8.5" x 14" (216 x 356 mm)
U.S. Executive 7.25" x 10.5"
(184 x 266 mm)
A4 210 x 297 mm
A5 148 x 210 mm
B5 182 x 257 mm
Envelope no. 10 4.12" x 9.5" (105 x 241 mm)
Envelope DL 200 x 110 mm
Envelope C5 162 x 229 mm
Envelope C6 114 x 162 mm
Envelope Monarch 3.87" x 7.5" (98 x 191 mm)
Envelope A2 111.1 x 146 mm
Japan #3 Envelope 120 x 235 mm
Index card 4" x 6" (102 x 152 mm)
Index card 5" x 8" (127 x 203 mm)
A6 card 105 x 149 mm
Custom Size: 3.875" x 5.75" (98 x 146 mm)
Envelope
Feed
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postscript
postscript printing
Postscript Printing
Operating System
Version Number
Windows 3.1x
Microsoft PScript Driver Version 3.58 and HP
Business Inkjet 2200/2250 PPD
Windows 9x
Microsoft PScript Driver Version 4.00 and HP
Business Inkjet 2200/2250 PPD
Windows NT 4.0
Microsoft PScript Driver Version 4.01 and HP
Business Inkjet 2200/2250 PPD
Windows 2000
HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250 PPD
Installation Notes
When you are operating in a Windows environment, the setup software
will detect the version of the operating system that you are running. The
software will be installed in the language that you have selected in your
Windows Control Panel. This means that you can be running an English
version of Windows and have the language preference set to Spanish,
and the installation utility will install the Spanish version of the printing
software.
Upgrading from an older version of Windows
After completing the upgrade to a new version of Windows, you must
reinstall the printer driver. For Example, if you upgrade from Window
NT 4.0 to Windows 2000, you must reinstall the printer driver.
Identifying different printer drivers in Windows NT 4.0
If you have already installed a printer driver that was supplied with your
Windows operating system for the printer, and you have also installed
the printing software supplied with the printer, multiple printer drivers
might exist on your computer system. Use these steps to find out which
drivers are installed.
1.
From the Start menu, click Settings and then click Printers.
2.
Right-click on the printer name and then click Properties.
3.
At the Properties window, click the General tab and then click the
Print Test Page button.
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If you are using the printer driver that is provided for the printer, the
Printer Test Page will include the following information (shown with
sample data).
Printer Name:
<user definable>
Printer Model:
HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250
Driver Name:
PSCRIPT.DRV
Driver Version:
4.00
Installing the Printer Driver Only
If you obtained only a printer driver and its associated files (for example,
through HP's web page), install them using the following steps.
1.
Close all applications, terminate-and-stay-resident (TSR) programs,
and virus checkers.
2.
If you are in Windows 3.1x, click Run from the File menu in
Program Manager. If you are in Windows 9x or above, from the
Start menu, click Settings, then Printers, and then double-click Add
Printer.
3.
When prompted to select a printer, click Have Disk. Use Browse to
enter the appropriate path to where the driver files are located.
4.
Follow the instructions on your screen to complete the installation.
Current HP Business Inkjet users
If you currently have an HP Business Inkjet printer driver installed on your
computer system, this printing software can be safely installed. It can
coexist with drivers for different printers. It will replace and update only
previous versions of the printing software for this printer. The new printer
driver will have property pages similar to your older printer driver, but it
will reflect the features and capabilities of the current driver.
Specific Printer Features/Issues
The printer driver provides default properties for most applications. You
need to change these properties only if you are installing a new printer
option, such as the optional Tray 2, or more memory; or if you are
changing a specific feature.
To complete the request for property changes, use either the Apply
button or the OK button. The Apply button activates the changes without
closing the Properties dialog box. The OK button activates the changes
and closes the Properties dialog box.
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The following table shows which features are available for each
Windows OS.
Windows
3.1x
Windows
9x
Windows
NT 4.0
Windows
2000
Paper Type
Print Quality
Print in Grayscale
ColorSmart
CMYK Inks
Manual Color Options
Handout (N-up printing)
Watermark
Paper Type (Windows 9x) or Media Type (Windows NT 4.0)
Operating System
Location in Printer Driver
Windows 3.1x
Not available
Windows 9x
Paper tab, More Options…
Windows NT 4.0
Advanced tab, Printer Features
Windows 2000
Advanced tab, Printing Defaults,
Paper/Quality tab
Options: HP Plain Paper, HP Premium Inkjet Paper, HP Premium Inkjet
Heavy Paper, HP Photo Paper, HP Premium Photo Paper, HP Premium
Transparencies, HP Brochure Paper, Glossy, HP Brochure Paper, Matte
The Paper Type feature allows you to specify the type of paper on which
you will be printing, such as plain paper or transparencies. Do not click
HP Premium Transparencies when printing on regular paper.
Note: HP does not recommend using stiff media, such as card stock.
Print Quality
Operating System
Location in Printer Driver
Windows 3.1x
Not available
Windows 9x
Paper tab, More Options…
Windows NT 4.0
Advanced tab, Printer Features
Windows 2000
Advanced tab, Printing Defaults, Advanced,
Printer Features
Options: Best, Normal, Fast
Best prints the best quality possible. Normal is the recommended mode
for everyday printing. Fast uses less ink, but the quality is not as high as
normal.
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Print Color as Gray
Operating System
Location in Printer Driver
Windows 3.1x
Device Options, Color check box
Windows 9x
Device Options tab, printer features
Windows NT 4.0
Advanced tab, Printer Features
Windows 2000
Advanced tab, Printing Defaults, Advanced,
Printer Features
Options: On and Off
To activate grayscale printing, change the Print Color as Gray setting to
on. This overrides your color settings and prints your documents in black
and white (monochrome, grayscale). Grayscale means shades of gray,
starting with white and ending with black. When a color document is
printed in grayscale, colors are converted to their grayscale equivalents,
which means that different colors are represented as different shades of
gray. This printer can produce up to 256 shades of gray. Color images
that are printed as monochrome print faster and are easier to reproduce
on monochrome devices such as copiers and fax machines. When Print
Color as Gray is on, ALL of your documents will print as grayscale until
the setting is changed to off.
HP ColorSmart
Operating System
Location in Printer Driver
Windows 3.1x
Not available
Windows 9x
Device Options tab, printer features
Windows NT 4.0
Advanced tab, Printer Features
Windows 2000
Advanced tab, Printing Defaults, Advanced,
Printer Features
Options: Automatic and Manual
HP ColorSmart technology is a set of defaults that automatically tune
your color printer output. The HP ColorSmart defaults provide highquality output when colored objects (text, graphics, or images) are
printed.
Choose from the following HP ColorSmart options:
Automatic lets the printer driver optimize the color settings for text,
graphics, and images (photos). Color is optimized based on the type of
data being sent to the printer. This option automatically selects the
appropriate color settings for the document you are printing. This
provides you with screen-matched or WYSIWYG color output without
any changes to the printer driver. The automatic setting is best for most
applications.
Manual lets you adjust the color control independently for printed text,
graphics, and images. The color options are vivid or screen match.
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Click the Restore Defaults button at any time to return HP ColorSmart to
its default setting of Automatic color selection.
CMYK Inks
Operating System
Location in Printer Driver
Windows 3.1x
Device Options tab, printer features
Windows 9x
Device Options tab, printer features
Windows NT 4.0
Advanced tab, Printer Features
Windows 2000
Advanced tab, Printing Defaults, Advanced,
Printer Features
Options: FAST, EURO, SWOP, TOYO
CMYK Inks is the type of color treatment used during printing.
FAST uses sRGB. There is no special color treatment. This is the fastest
way to send data.
EURO (Eurostandard) is a color treatment used to match the equivalent
3M matchprint.
SWOP color treatment is used primarily for Web offset publications.
TOYO is a color ink standard used in Japan.
Manual Color Options for Text, Graphics, and Image
Operating System
Location in Printer Driver
Windows 3.1x
Not available
Windows 9x
Device Options tab
Windows NT 4.0
Advanced tab, Printer Features
Windows 2000
Advanced tab, Printing Defaults, Advanced,
Printer Features
Options: Screen Match (sRGB), Vivid
The Text, Graphics, and Images options allow you to specify settings for
the type of job you are printing. The color control setting is vivid and
screen match.
Color Control (Vivid and Screen Match)
Color control is a Manual Color Option that controls the type of color
produced by the printer.
The Vivid color option produces colors that are very bright and vivid.
When you use Vivid color, your color output is brighter than the colors
that appear on your screen.
The Screen Match color option provides the best match between screen
and printer. It produces colors that are close to the colors you see on
your screen. Screen Match can be useful when you are retouching
photographs or when you have created colors that you wish to
reproduce in your printed output. Note that factors such as the type of
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monitor you use and the room's lighting can affect the appearance of
colors on your screen.
Text
In some applications, colored, filled, or rotated text is treated as a
graphic or as a photo.
Graphics
Graphics include items such as bar graphs, pie charts, or tables.
Image
Images (photos) can be in the form of raster images, bitmaps, and
device-independent bitmaps (DIBs). Some examples of photos are
pictures from a CD-ROM, pictures taken by a digital camera, and
images that were scanned by a desktop scanner.
Pages per Sheet
Operating System
Location in Printer Driver
Windows 3.1x
Not available
Windows 9x
Paper tab, layout
Windows NT 4.0
Advanced tab, Printer Features
Windows 2000
Advanced tab, Printing Defaults, Layout tab
Options: 1, 2, and 4 pages per sheet; Windows NT 4.0/2000 also
offers 6, 9, and 16 pages per sheet, with all NT 4.0/2000 settings in
both portrait and landscape and rotated landscape orientation.
The Pages per Sheet option, sometimes called layout or n-up, specifies
the number of pages to print on a single sheet of paper. The multiple
pages appear decreased in size and arranged based on the number of
pages printed on the sheet. The Pages per Sheet option does not work
effectively with all page setup options. Some applications request a
different resolution, page size, or paper source, or orientations for
different pages of a document. Combining page setup options while
using the Pages per Sheet option might produce unexpected print results.
Watermark Printing
Operating System
Location in Printer Driver
Windows 3.1x
Not available
Windows 9x
Not available
Windows NT 4.0
Advanced tab, Printer Features
Windows 2000
Advanced tab, Printing Defaults, Advanced,
Printer Features
The Watermark options allow you to specify that text be placed
underneath (in the background) of an existing document. For example,
you may want to have large gray letters reading Draft or Confidential
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placed diagonally across the first page or all pages of a document. You
can also specify the font, size, angle, and style of the watermark.
Watermark
Options: None, Company Confidential, Company Proprietary, Company
Private, Confidential, Copy, Copyright, Draft, File Copy, Final, For
Internal Use Only, Preliminary, Proof, Review Copy, Sample, Top Secret,
Urgent.
The options listed are the available words that can be printed as a
watermark. To turn watermark printing off, click None. If watermark
printing is turned off, then the following watermark features are ignored.
Watermark Font
Options: Courier Bold, Times Bold, Helvetica Bold
If you are printing a watermark, click on one of the three font types.
Watermark Size
Options: 24, 30, 36, 42, 48, 54, 60, 66, 72, 78, 84, 90
All option values are in points. The watermark size represents the point
size of the watermark word printed.
Watermark Angle
Options: 90, 75, 60, 45, 30, 15, 0, -15, -30, -45, -60, -75, -90
All option values are in degrees. The watermark can be positioned on
the page at an angle in 15 degree increments. With zero (0) as normal
readable text, the positive angles will rotate the text counter clockwise up
to 90 degrees (vertical). The negative angles will rotate the text
clockwise up to 90 degrees (vertical).
Watermark Style
Options: Narrow Outline, Medium Outline, Wide Outline, Wide Halo
Outline
The style of the watermark defines the line thickness of the watermark
word.
Print Watermark
Options: All Pages, First Page Only
The First Page Only option prints only on the first page of the current
document.
10-7
index
index
aligning printheads, 7-4
avoiding paper jams, 7-6
blank page prints, 7-8
cancel button, 2-3
carriage latch, 2-1
changing printer settings, 6-1
cleaning printheads, 7-3
configuration, 7-1
control panel menus, 6-1
customer support, 7-10
diagnostic, 7-2
EIO slot, 2-2
envelope feed, 2-1
envelope guide, 2-1
graphics are wrong, 7-8
HP JetAdmin, 7-10
HP JetDirect print server card, 4-3
HP supplies, 8-4
ink cartridge door, 2-1
installing optional paper tray, 2-4
item button, 2-3
jammed paper, 7-4
language abbreviations, 4-5
LCD messages, 6-1
LED, 2-3
Macintosh information, 3-4
manual duplex, 5-5
media supported, 9-1
memory type, 8-5
memory, adding, 2-12
menu button, 2-3
missing images, 7-9
network, 4-6
network printing, 4-1
networking basics, 4-1
nothing prints, 7-7
optional paper tray, 2-1
ordering information, 8-4
output tray, 2-1
paper, 5-1, 8-4
paper guides, 2-1
paper jams, 7-4
paper loading, 2-9
parallel port, 2-2
part numbers, 8-4
parts, 2-1
power button, 2-3
print servers, 4-2
printer messages, 6-1
printer shuts down unexpectedly,
7-7
printer software, 3-2
printhead access cover, 2-1
printhead cover, 2-1
printing a configuration page, 71
printing a diagnostic page, 7-2
printing a sample page, 7-4
resume button, 2-3
sample page, 7-4
selecting paper, 5-1
slow network printing, 7-9
slow printing, 7-9
specifications, 8-1
Starter CD, 1-2
supplies, 8-5
system requirements, 1-2
telephone support, 7-11
text is wrong, 7-8
Toolbox, 1-2
top cover, 2-1
transparencies, 8-4
tray 1, 2-1
Tray 2, 2-1, 2-4
tray lock, 5-4
troubleshooting, 7-1
Unix information, 3-5
using the tray lock, 5-4
using this guide, 1-1
value button, 2-3
web site, 1-2, 7-11
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45001
Manufacturer’s Name:
Hewlett-Packard Singapore (Pte) Ltd
Manufacturer’s
Address:
InkJet and Imaging Solutions–Asia Operation
20 Gul Way, Singapore 629196
declares that the product
Product Name:
HP Business Inkjet 2200/2250
Model Number:
C2688A, C2689A, C2690A, C2691A, C2699A
Product
Options:
All
conforms to the following product specifications:
Safety:
IEC 60950: 1991 + A1 + A2 + A3 + A4 /
EN 60950: 1992 + A1 + A2 + A3 + A4
IEC 60825-1: 1993 / EN 60825-1:1994 class I for LEDs
EMC:
CISPR 22: 1997 Class B / EN 55022: 1998 Class B
FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Class B /
VCCI-2 AS / NZS 3548: 1995 / ICES-003,
Issue 2 IEC 61000-3-2:1995 / EN 61000-3-2: 1995
IEC 61000-3-3:1994 / EN 61000-3-3: 1995
CISPR 24:1997 / EN 55024:1998
Supplementary Information:
(1) The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage
Directive 73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, and carries
the CE Marking accordingly.
(2) The product was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard
personal computer systems.
(3) This Device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Singapore, December 1999
Chan Kum Yew, Quality Manager
Australia Contact: Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Australia
Ltd, 31-41 Joseph Street, Blackburn, Victoria 3130, Australia
European Contact: Your Local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office or
Hewlett-Packard Gmbh, Department HQ-TRE / Standards Europe,
Herrenberger Strasse 130, D-71034 Böblingen (FAX: +49-7031-14-3143)
USA Contact: Corporate Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard
Company, 3000 Hanover Street, Palo Alto, CA 94304
(Phone: 415-857-1501)
Copyright 2000
Hewlett-Packard Company
http://www.hp.com/go/businessinkjet
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