Océ Arizona GT/XT Site Preparation Guide Revision 3010120273

Océ Arizona GT/XT Site Preparation Guide Revision 3010120273
Océ Arizona® 2xx, 3xx, 550 GT/GL/XT
Site Preparation Guide
Revision 3010120273 • September, 2015
Océ Arizona® GT/GL/XT
Site Preparation Guide
Océ Display Graphics Systems
© 2015 All Rights Reserved
Part Number: 3010120273
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Table of Contents
Preface ....................................................................................................................................................... vi
1 – General Product Description .......................................................................................................... 1
Flatbed Printer ......................................................................................................................................... 1
Roll Media Option ................................................................................................................................... 2
Ink and Flush Safety ................................................................................................................................. 3
Personal Safety ................................................................................................................................ 3
Disposal of UV Ink............................................................................................................................ 3
UV Light Safety ......................................................................................................................................... 3
2 – Shipping & Handling ........................................................................................................................ 4
Océ Arizona GT/GL Printers................................................................................................................... 4
Crated Printer ................................................................................................................................. 4
Un-Crating Requirements ............................................................................................................. 6
Facility Requirements .................................................................................................................... 7
Tilt-n-Go for Océ Arizona GT/GL Printers.................................................................................... 8
Océ Arizona XT printers ......................................................................................................................... 9
Crated Printer ................................................................................................................................. 9
Facility Requirements .................................................................................................................. 10
Roll Media Option (RMO) ..................................................................................................................... 11
Crated RMO .................................................................................................................................. 11
3 – Specifications & Requirements ................................................................................................... 12
Printers ................................................................................................................................................... 12
Dimensions & Weights ................................................................................................................ 12
Operation Space Requirements ................................................................................................. 14
Electrical Requirements........................................................................................................................ 16
AC Power and Wiring................................................................................................................... 16
Table Vacuum Pumps .................................................................................................................... 17
Stand-by Power Consumption .................................................................................................... 18
Connectivity .................................................................................................................................. 18
Grounding ..................................................................................................................................... 18
Connector Locks .......................................................................................................................... 19
Environmental Requirements .............................................................................................................. 20
Operating Conditions .................................................................................................................. 20
Shock and Vibration .................................................................................................................... 21
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Storage .......................................................................................................................................... 21
Customer Equipment Requirements .................................................................................................. 22
Electrical ....................................................................................................................................... 22
GigaBit Network Interface ........................................................................................................... 22
Network Security .......................................................................................................................... 22
Spectrophotometer for Color Management............................................................................... 22
Host Computer ............................................................................................................................. 22
ONYX ProductionHouse® Host Requirements ......................................................................... 22
Operator Training .................................................................................................................................. 23
Site Preparation Pre-Installation Environment Checklist ................................................................. 24
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List of Figures
Figure 1 - Océ Arizona 250 GT Printer with Operator Control Station ......................................................... 1
Figure 2 – Océ Arizona Printer with Roll Media Option ................................................................................ 2
Figure 3 – Typical Océ Arizona GT/GL Crate ................................................................................................. 4
Figure 4 - Space Requirements for Un-crating the Océ Arizona printers ..................................................... 6
Figure 5 – Printer Dimensions ....................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 6 – XT Gantry Crate ............................................................................................................................ 9
Figure 7 – XT Table Crates ........................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 8 – RMO Crate .................................................................................................................................. 11
Figure 9 - Printer Dimension Orientation ................................................................................................... 13
Figure 10 – Recommended Operating Space for Arizona GT/GL Printers .................................................. 14
Figure 11 – Recommended Operating Space for Arizona XT Printers ........................................................ 15
Figure 12 - Strain Relief Example ................................................................................................................ 17
Figure 13 - Power Cord Wiring Diagram - Two Connector Types Possible ................................................. 17
Figure 14 – Old style Connector Lock ......................................................................................................... 19
List of Tables
Table 1 - Crated Dimensions & Weights for Arizona GT/GL Models ............................................................ 4
Table 2 – Minimum Hall or Door Dimensions for Tilt-N-GO ......................................................................... 8
Table 3 - Crated Dimensions & Weights for Arizona XT Models................................................................... 9
Table 4 – Crated Dimensions & Weights for RMO ...................................................................................... 11
Table 5 -Dimensions and Weights for Printer Models ................................................................................ 12
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Preface
Copyright ©2015 Océ Display Graphics Systems. All rights reserved.
This document contains information proprietary to Océ, to its subsidiaries, or to third parties to which Océ
may have a legal obligation to protect such information from unauthorized disclosure, use or duplication.
Any disclosure, use, or duplication of this document or of any of the information contained herein for other
than the specific purpose for which it was disclosed is expressly prohibited, except as Océ may otherwise
agree to in writing. Due to continuing research and product improvements, features or product
specifications may change at any time without notice.
Document Summary
Date
Revision
Summary
01/02/07
A
First official Release
11/09/07
B
Updated crate weight, forklift specifications, and added GigaBit to network
interface specification
07/03/08
C
Added Roll Media Option content and advised that a network router acts as a
security firewall
11/07/08
D
Add reference to the Arizona 200 GT model. Improved formatting and naming
conventions. Revised various weights and dimensions for printer and RMO.
28/10/08
E
Add reference to the Océ Arizona 350 GT model. Also added a description of the
Tilt-n-Go jig.
15/01/09
F
Add reference to the Océ Arizona 350 XT model.
13/02/09
G
Added crate dimensions for 350 XT
03/05/09
H
Added 300 GT and corrected the crated weight for the 200/250/350 GT and the
crated weight for the RMO. Updated the UV and Blue light safety section.
13/09/09
I
Document is now generated by MS Word instead of Adobe FrameMaker.
09/12/09
J
Added the Océ Arizona 550 GT printer for Customer trials.
03/8/10
K
Reduced redundancy by documenting all GT printer models together. Prepared
550 GT content for international distribution.
06/5/10
L
Added the Océ Arizona 550 XT printer in relevant areas for Customer trials. Rearranged the contents to eliminate redundancy and group similar material.
29/02/11
M
Added the Océ Arizona 300/360 GT and 360 XT printers in relevant areas. The
table for power circuits and how much current they draw was updated. Ventilation
specification was updated.
21/01/12
N
Removed reference to isolated ground requirement in the Electrical
Requirements / Grounding section. Added the Arizona 318 GL printer. Added
warning to NOT tilt the XT gantry crate. RMO crate < 20 degrees tilt.
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Added a Safety section on working with ink and flush and also UV light on page
2.
All current Océ Arizona 318 GL and 365 GT printers that ship from the factory
and any vacuum pump orders will now be supplied with one of two different
vacuum pumps.
These pumps operate on different voltage ranges: low voltage 200-220V +/-10%
and high voltage 220-240V +/-10%. Therefore the mains voltage at the
installation site must be known so that when a printer or a replacement pump is
ordered the correct pump can be specified. See Electrical Requirements on page
16 for more details.
Product Support, Documentation and Service
For further information on documentation and support for your Océ Arizona® printer or for information on
other Océ Display Graphics Systems products visit our web site:
Web: http://www.dgs.oce.com
Comments on this manual?
E-mail to: DGSTechnical.Writer@oce.com
Océ maintains a comprehensive support structure for its customers. Upon installation of your printer, you
will be provided with the name of the sales and service office responsible for your account. Record this
information, along with the serial number of your printer. Always report service problems to the office
assigned to your account at installation. Contacting the factory directly may cause unnecessary delays in
resolving your service issue.
If you wish to record the information below, please do so:
Contact Information after printer Installation:
Sales Person: ________________________________
Contact Number: ______________________
Email: __________________________________
Service:
Contact Number: _______________________ Email: __________________________________
Printer Model: Océ Arizona _______________ Printer Serial Number: _____________________
Manufacturer:
Océ Display Graphics Systems (ODGS)
13231 Delf Place - Building #501
Richmond, British Columbia Canada V6V 2C3
273-7730 Reception
273-2775 Fax
http://www.dgs.oce.com/
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1 – General Product Description
Flatbed Printer
Océ Arizona GT, GL or XT flatbed inkjet printers consist of a vacuum table, a moving gantry, and a
podium with the user interface display. The Océ Arizona XT printer has a larger vacuum table than the
GT/GL printers.
Figure 1 - Océ Arizona 250 GT Printer with Operator Control Station
Important Note: All Océ Arizona printers must be operated in accordance with the
environmental conditions specified in this Site Preparation Guide.
User Documentation and other support material for the Océ Arizona printers is
available on the DGS web site:
http://www.oce-dgs.com/PrinterSupport/PrinterSupportUser_index.htm
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Roll Media Option
A Roll Media Option (RMO) is available for the printers allowing the use of media that is supplied on a roll.
This optional unit is manufactured, crated, stocked and shipped as an independent assembly. Once the
RMO is installed, it shares the print gantry with the base configuration.
Figure 2 – Océ Arizona Printer with Roll Media Option
Note: When installing two or more printers with the Roll Media Option at one site, take care
that the printers are placed so that the RMO units don't face each other.
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Ink and Flush Safety
The safety concerns involved with the handling and use of the UV ink and Flush are detailed in the
material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) documents. Review them before handling any UV ink or flush. The
MSDS for all UV inks and Flush are available from the corporate Océ Downloads website.
For the latest MSDS and PSDS, visit: http://global.oce.com/support/.
Personal Safety
The operator must wear nitrile gloves, a protective apron, and safety glasses with side shields when
handling inks. Read and practice safety guidelines as outlined in the MSDS for each ink. Post these
documents in the work area as required by prevailing law. MSDS are provided with all inks and flush
when you purchase them.
Caution: chemicals in UV ink begin to permeate nitrile gloves in less than 10 minutes.
While this action may not be visible, changing contaminated gloves should occur
every few minutes. These penetrating chemicals have no pigment so they are not
visibly seen; therefore just because you don’t have pigment on your skin doesn’t
mean that exposure has not occurred. Latex gloves may appear to be robust but
provide no protection at all. Latex gloves only temporarily stop UV pigment
penetration while allowing the invisible harmful chemicals to pass through, where
they are trapped next to the skin, improving contact and associated risk.
Disposal of UV Ink
All waste containing uncured or partly cured UV ink is hazardous and must be disposed of separately according
to local regulations. Do not mix ink waste with non-hazardous waste (household, office, etc.). Do not allow it to
reach sewage systems or drinking water supplies. Ink waste includes maintenance pads and cloths, gloves and
any other material containing uncured or partly cured UV ink. Disposal must be made according to official local
regulations.
UV Light Safety
UV Light Emissions can be harmful: Protective measures are essential in the workplace. Use the UV safety
glasses with side shields supplied with the printer. Wear appropriate clothing that protects the skin from UV
light exposure. Keep a distance of at least 1 m (3 ft.) from UV lamps while printing.
Wear Industrial Protective Eyewear with lenses that block both UVA and UVB. Gloves and long-sleeved work
clothes are essential to reduce the skin's exposure to UV emissions.
Warning for Seated Individuals: UV emissions are highest at a height of 90 cm (35 inches) above the floor.
This can be an issue for individuals seated near the printer. Remove all chairs within 5 meters (16 feet) of the
printer.
IMPORTANT: The UV Lamps contain Mercury. Dispose according to local environmental regulations.
For more safety information, See the User Guide “Safety Information” and also download the Océ
Arizona Care and Use poster from the DGS website: dgs.oce.com
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2 – Shipping & Handling
All items are shipped in wooden crates. Due to the delicate nature of the contents it is essential to have
the proper equipment available for handling and moving the shipping crates. Packed in its crate, the
equipment can withstand normal vibrations from road or air travel. Severe shock, however, may damage
the precision components within the machine. The shipping crate is fitted with shock watches that turn
from white to red when their specified limits have been exceeded. Tamper-proof seals are also added to
ensure the crate has not been opened and the contents interfered with. All equipment must be un-crated
by an Océ qualified service engineer. Ramps are provided so the larger pieces of equipment can be
rolled down from the crate to the floor.
Océ Arizona GT/GL Printers
Crated Printer
. Dimensions of crate
Weight
(m)
Items
(inch)
L
W
H
L
W
H
(lb)
(kg)
200/250/300/350/360GT
/318 GL
4.26
2.18
1.55
167¾
85¾
61¼
2,755
1,250
550GT
4.54
2.17
1.55
179
85¾
61¼
2,775
1,250
Table 1 - Crated Dimensions & Weights for Arizona GT /GL Models
Figure 3 – Typical Océ Arizona GT/GL Crate
Weight Distribution:

Even for length of the crate

Uneven for width - front of crate is heavier by a 60/40 ratio
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Forklift Access:

Lift from indicated side only!

Long side only - fork length minimum of 1.45 meter (57.1 inches)

From end (right or left) - fork length minimum of 3.3 m (129.9 inches)
Pallet Jacks:
The crate can be transported for a short distance using 2 standard pallet jacks.
Caution: The GT/GL crate must not be tilted greater than 45 degrees.
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Un-Crating Requirements
Tools Needed:

Impact drill with 1/2" socket - 13mm socket/ratchet will be sufficient for unbolting

Drill with "Philips" cross bit for unscrewing security brackets inside the crate

Utility knife for cutting plastic straps and opening boxes
Space Required:
6.5m x 5m (21.3ft x 16.4ft)
Figure 4 - Space Requirements for Un-crating the Océ Arizona printers
Attention: There are two cross-brace struts in the frame of the Océ Arizona printers
near the ground that are important to the flatness of the table surface. A strut can
be bent during installation or use of the printer if heavy weight or pressure is exerted
on it. If either of these struts are damaged or bent, it must be replaced and the table
must be properly adjusted.
Note: The struts can’t be repaired or replaced on the Arizona 350/500 XT printer.
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Facility Requirements
To install the printer, the customer's facility should meet the following requirements:
Hallway width (Minimum): 2.07m (81.5") - This allows for approximately 75mm or 2.96" of total clearance.
Door opening (Minimum): 1.67m (65.75")
Note: The printer will be able to fit through the minimum opening assuming there is
adequate space on either side of the door to negotiate it through. A panel on the
printer can be removed to facilitate this operation in situations where the doorway is
less than the width of the printer (see dotted line in Figure 5).
The illustration in Figure 5 will assist you to determine whether the printer can fit through a doorway or
negotiate turns in a corridor. This image is also available on our web site and can be used with a scale
model of your facility to ensure that you can accommodate the printer.
Note: the printed version of the image on this page is not to scale - use the file from Customer Support
section of the web site, which is scaled at 1:20). http://www.dgs.oce.com/
Figure 5 – Printer Dimensions
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Tilt-n-Go for Océ Arizona GT/GL Printers
Some buildings have limited access points that restrict entry for the Océ Arizona 2xx/3xx/5xx GT and 318
GL printers. To meet this challenge, ODGS has developed a special lifting/rotating tool.
The Tilt-N-Go is a special lifting tool designed to tilt the printer on its side for access through narrow
doorways. No printer modifications are required in order to use the Tilt-N-Go, although some parts must
be removed to prevent damage. The printer can be prepared for use in about 1 hour, during which a large
bracket is attached on each side. These brackets are then joined to the lifting assemblies and allow the
installers to lift and rotate the printer so it can be moved through smaller spaces.
Note: Tilt-n-Go is NOT available for the Océ Arizona 350/360 XT or 550 XT printers.
Minimum Access Dimensions
When rotated on the Tilt-n-Go, the printer will fit through a hallway/doorway with these dimensions or
larger:
Dimensions
(meters)
(inches)
W
H
W
H
350/360 GT
1.22
1.99
48”
78.4”
550 GT
1.27
2.10
50”
82.9”
Table 2 – Minimum Hall or Door Dimensions for Tilt-N-GO
This is narrower than the minimum doorway width that can be negotiated in the normal orientation without
a Tilt-n-Go (see printer dimension on page 11.
Safety
It is critical that the rigging and movement of the printer using the Tilt-N-Go be performed by
rigging/logistics professionals ONLY. Instructions provided with the kit must be followed exactly.
How to get a Tilt-n-Go for printer installation
If you require the Tilt-n-Go to install a printer, please contact your local Océ service representative for
more information.
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Océ Arizona XT printers
The XT printers are a larger version of the GT printers. The XT printers are shipped in 3 crates. Ramps
are provided so the larger pieces of equipment can be rolled down from their crates to the floor. The
ramps are located in the gantry crate.
Important: If an XT printer needs to be moved after the initial installation, it must be fully
dismantled and reinstalled by a factory-trained service technician no matter how
small the distance of the move.
Crated Printer
Dimensions of crate
Weight
(m)
Items
(inch)
L
W
H
L
W
H
(lb)
(kg)
350/360/550 XT (Table 1)
3.98
1.55
1.14
156¾
61
44¾
1,753
795
350/360/550 XT (Table 2)
3.98
1.55
1.14
156¾
61
44¾
1,746
792
350/360 XT (Gantry)
4.24
0.79
1.54
166¾
31
61
1,266
574
550 XT (Gantry)
4.54
0.79
1.54
178½
31
61
1,366
619
Table 3 - Crated Dimensions & Weights for Arizona XT Models
Figure 6 – XT Gantry Crate
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Caution: The XT gantry crate must not be tilted! Keep it level at all times.
Figure 7 – XT Table Crates
Note: Océ Arizona 350/360 XT and 550 XT table crates are designed to be stacked. Make
sure they are stacked as shown in Figure 7. Do not tilt the table crates when they
are stacked. If the crates are not stacked they can be tilted up to 45 degrees, but it
is still best to keep them flat.
Facility Requirements
To install the printer, the customer's facility should meet the following requirement:
Hallway width (Minimum): 1.41m (55.5") - This allows for approximately 75mm or 3" of total clearance.
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Roll Media Option (RMO)
Crated RMO
Dimensions of crate
Weight
(m)
Items
(inch)
L
W
H
L
W
H
(lb)
(kg)
318/350/360 RMO
2.93
0.83
0.95
115½
32¾
37½
750
340
550 RMO
2.93
0.83
0.95
115½
32¾
37½
Table 4 – Crated Dimensions & Weights for RMO
Figure 8 – RMO Crate
Caution: The RMO crate can be tilted up to 20 degrees.
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3 – Specifications & Requirements
Printers
Dimensions & Weights
Dimensions
Océ Arizona
Printer Models
(meters)
Weight
(inches)
(feet)
(lb)
(kg)
4.0
1,043
473
7.5
4.0
1433
650
13.4
12.5
4.0
2,421
1,098
48.5
13.4
13.5
4.0
2,802
1,271
78.6
48.5
14.3
6.5
4.0
1,157
525
171.6
78.6
48.5
14.3
6.5
4.0
1,598
725
1.23
171.6
150.8
48.5
14.3
12.5
4.0
2589
1174
1.23
171.6
161.8
48.5
14.3
13.5
4.0
2970
1514
L
W
H
L
W
H
L
W
H
200/250/300/350/360 GT
4.08
2.00
1.23
160.5
78.6
48.5
13.4
6.6
200/250/300/350/360 GT
318 GL/ including RMO
4.08
2.28
1.23
160.5
90.0
48.5
13.4
350/360 XT
4.08
3.83
1.23
160.5
150.8
48.5
4.08
4.11
1.23
160.5
161.8
550 GT
4.36
2.00
1.23
171.6
550 GT
including RMO
4.36
2.28
1.23
550 XT
4.36
3.83
4.36
4.11
350/360 XT
including RMO
550 XT
including RMO
Table 5 -Dimensions and Weights for Printer Models
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Figure 9 - Printer Dimension Orientation
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Operation Space Requirements
The minimum open space from all sides of the printer required for normal operation, maintenance and
safety is shown in Figure 10 for GT/GL printers and Figure 11 for XT printers. For the minimum room
volume and air changes per hour, see the Environmental Requirements section.
All printers must be installed directly on a rigid floor. For XT printers the precise alignment and level of the
two joined tables will be compromised if the floor support is flexible. Concrete is the recommended floor
material. Carpeted or wood floors are not acceptable. If you require an illustration of the location of the
printer and RMO feet, see the User Documentation section of the Customer Support section of the web
site at http://www.dgs.oce.com/
Figure 10 – Recommended Operating Space for Arizona GT/GL Printers
Note: The area around the machine must be kept clear of obstructions.
Cables must be managed to prevent tripping (use the supplied rubber cable protectors).
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Figure 11 – Recommended Operating Space for Arizona XT Printers
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Electrical Requirements
AC Power and Wiring
It is the customer’s responsibility to hire a qualified electrician to provide electrical service to the printer.
The printer comes equipped with a panel mount inlet connector and the mating plug. No power cord is
supplied for the printer. The customer must supply a cable wired to accept the supplied plug as per the
specifications below. There are two possible types of connectors (see Figure 13). The Accessory kit that
ships with the printer will include the correct plug.
Circuit Requirements:
208 through 240VAC +/-10% 60Hz Single Phase
200 through 240VAC +/-10% 50Hz Single Phase
Current: 16A
Circuit Breaker: 20A (North America Only)
Circuit Breaker: 16A (EU)
Océ Arizona Printer
Number of circuits
200/250/300/350
1: 16A
300/360 GT, 318 GL
2: Line 1 – 13A, Line 2 – 8A
350/360 XT
2: Line 1 –13A, Line 2 –13A
550GT
2: Line 1 – 16A, Line 2 – 8A
550 XT
2: Line 1 – 16A, Line 2 – 16A
Line 1 is the left input and supplies the UV lamps
Line 2 is the right input and supplies the table vacuum and printer logic
Wiring Specifications:
The wire used for the power cord must conform to local electrical regulations.
For European Union and North America: Cord must be 14AWG Mechanical Serviceability of Type SJT,
and no longer than 4.5 meters (14.8 feet).
Wall Socket Outlet and Cable Mount Plug Connector must be of type IEC60309 (even when the printer
connector is 60320) and must be installed near the printer and easily accessible. Assemble the supplied
IEC 60320 connector plug (CAS code 12-464) as shown below. Ensure that the strain relief is used.
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Figure 12 - Strain Relief Example
Printer AC Power Inlet Connectors:
Figure 13 - Power Cord Wiring Diagram - Two Connector Types Possible
Table Vacuum Pumps
All Océ Arizona 318 GL and 365 GT printers ship from the factory with one of two different vacuum
pumps. These pumps operate on different voltage ranges: low voltage 200-220V +/-10% and high voltage
220-240V +/-10%. Therefore the mains voltage at the installation site must be known so that when a
printer or a replacement pump is ordered the correct pump can be specified. The new pumps are
supplied without casters (although a trolley is available separetly) and without a connection fitting on top
the fitting is on the printer).
Checking the Vacuum Pump Voltage
Prior to connecting the vacuum pump, the customer’s supply voltage should be measured and checked
against the vacuum pump’s voltage certification plate. If the voltages are out of range the vacuum pump
must not be installed. All 318 GL and 365 GT printers ship with a high voltage pump unless a low voltage
pump is ordered. Be sure to order the correct vacuum pump to match the local supply voltage.
Part Description
Part Number
Voltage Range
F/S Vacuum Pump VT4.25 Low Voltage
3010116810
200-220V +/-10%
F/S Vacuum Pump VT4.25 High Voltage
3010116809
220-240V +/-10%
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Stand-by Power Consumption
The power consumption of the Océ Arizona printers in stand-by mode must be considered when you
select a UPS to ensure that the printer always stays switched on during non-operation times.
All Arizona printers consume fewer than 2 Amps at rated voltage when idle (not printing)
All printers consume the full 16 Amps at rated voltage when the lamps and Table Vacuum are on.
Note: If you use a UPS on the Océ Arizona 350/360/550 XT printers there are two AC
inputs. Use Machine Line In (top input) to protect and ensure the mains supply to
the printer logic. The Table Vacuum Pumps are powered by the bottom input, so if
you want to be able to continue printing in the event of an AC power loss, it also
requires a UPS.
Connectivity
The printer requires a standard Ethernet cables to connect to the customer’s 10/1000 Base-T or GigaBit
network (see Figure 7 for location of the network connector).
Grounding
Warning: High Leakage Current - Earth Connection Essential for Safe Operation of Arizona
Printers. The PE/Ground conductor must be 14 AWG or 2.5 mm2 minimum for each
Connection.
Important: If it is necessary to isolate the entire printer electronics, unplug the power cord
from the wall socket.
CAUTION:
THE SOCKET OUTLET MUST BE INSTALLED NEAR THE PRINTER AND BE
EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
ATTENTION:
LA PRISE DE COURANT DOIT ÊTRE INSTALLÉ A PROXIMITÉ DE L’IMPRINTANTE ET
DOIT ÊTRE FACILIMENT ACCESSIBLE.
VORSICHT:
DIE STECKDOSE SOLLTE NAHE AN DER DRUCKER UND LEICHY ZUGÄNGLICH SEIN.
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Connector Locks
Connector locks ensure that the AC power connector
cannot be accidentally pulled out.
The old style of connector lock shown in Figure 14 was
used on early 350 GT printers but has been replaced by
the hinged type shown in Figure 15.
Torque the screw of the old style connector lock on the
AC connector to two (2) Newton meters (1.45 ft-lbs.), or
tighten until the plug cannot be pulled from the socket.
Figure 14 – Old
style Connector Lock
Figure 15 – New style Connector Lock
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Environmental Requirements
Operating Conditions
The Océ Arizona printers will operate at an optimum level in a controlled environment. The area where
the printer is installed should be reasonably free of dust and other airborne particles (for example, the
printer should not be placed in an area that is carpeted or where routers, sanders or trimmers are used.
Important: All inkjet printers are prone to image quality problems when there is airborne
dust or other debris that can interfere with the jetting of ink from the printheads
The printer should not be installed near equipment that produces strong radio frequency interference.
Temperature: 18ºC to 30ºC (64ºF to 86ºF) maintained within a 4ºC (7ºF) band during printing. Under
continuous operation the printer can produce up to 10,000 BTU per hour (2950 watts). Depending on the
print room size an air conditioning system may be necessary in order to maintain the ambient
temperature. In addition, maintaining a 4°C temperature band within the 18°C to 30°C window is
recommended to ensure consistent printing results from print to print throughout the day.
Relative humidity: 30% to 70% (Non-condensing)
Altitude: 0 to 2,400 meters (0 to 7,874 feet) maximum
Ventilation and Operating Space Specification
Important: Not meeting the recommended minimum Ventilation and Operating Space
specifications may lead to irritating or hazardous concentrations of Ozone and
Volatile Organic Compounds at high printing volumes (more than 3 times average
intended use).
Minimum rate:

5 air changes per hour for the Océ Arizona 200/250/350 GT and 350 XT

6 air changes per hour for the Océ Arizona 300/360/550 GT, 318 GL and 360/550 XT
Minimum room volume to be allocated for one printer:

78m3 (2754.54ft3) for the Océ Arizona 200/250/350 GT and 350 XT

195m3 (6886.36ft3) for the Océ Arizona 300/360/550 GT, 318 GL and 360/550 XT
Avoid Solvent Fumes
The co-existence of solvent printers with Arizona UV ink printers has resulted in printhead problems and
consequent image quality problems. In particular, we have noticed a direct correlation between
permanent nozzle outs and the presence of solvent fumes in the room.
We have encountered this problem in environments where UV ink-based printers are positioned in the
same room as solvent ink-based printers. Therefore we strongly recommend that UV ink-based printers
are kept in a separate room from solvent printers.
Sound Emissions
The maximum sound generated by the Océ Arizona printers is less than 72 dB.
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Shock and Vibration
The Océ Arizona printers function normally in a typical print shop environment. Excessive vibrations
generated from heavy machinery such as shears or punches may affect print quality and are not
considered part of an acceptable operating environment. It may be necessary to consult a third party to
isolate the source of such vibrations.
Océ DGS recommends that the printer is installed on a stiff, well-supported floor (a concrete floor is ideal)
to minimize transmission of vibration and shock to the machine from other equipment. A poorly supported
floor may transmit shock loads to the machine from nearby equipment. In some cases, it may be
necessary to consult a third party to recommend building improvements to reduce the effects of shock
and vibration.
Note: The Océ Arizona XT printers must be installed on a solid, non-flexible floor. Concrete
or some equally solid surface is essential for installation of these printer models.
Storage
These specifications apply to all Océ Arizona printers and the Roll Media Option stored in their own crate.
Storage Temperature: 0ºC to +35ºC (32ºF to +95ºF)
Relative humidity: 10% to 90%
Attention: The printer should not be stored longer than 1 month in an environment
with a relative humidity greater than 70%.
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Customer Equipment Requirements
Electrical
The customer is responsible for providing a properly rated power cord (refer to local electrical
specifications) and a grounded wall outlet.
GigaBit Network Interface
Both the printer and the host computer require an RJ-45 Ethernet cable to connect them to the
customer’s network. The printer’s network interface is capable of GigaBit transfer speeds but will also
communicate with 10/100 Base-T network. If the customer does not have a network, we recommend the
purchase of a router that uses DHCP to assign IP addresses. The alternative is to use a cross-over cable
and assign a static IP to the printer (this requires knowledge of network protocols).
Network Security
An additional layer of security is provided when the host computer is connected to the local network
through a router. The router provides a hardware firewall that prevents unwanted access when the
customer’s network is connected to the internet. Although computer viruses are not a major problem with
the printer since it does not access the internet directly, the extra layer of security eliminates any residual
risks. Ideally the host computer will have no Internet access. However, if you want access make sure
there is a router with an activated firewall between the host computer and the Local Area network.
Spectrophotometer for Color Management
Océ Display Graphics Systems recommends that you use a spectrophotometer to create ICC profiles, or
to re-calibrate existing ones, with ONYX Production House. The Gretag-Macbeth EyeOne UV Cut
spectrophotometer is recommended, but any model verified by ONYX to work with your version of ONYX
software is acceptable. (Note: A 20 foot USB extension cable makes the reading of color swatches easier
when creating profiles for color management using the spectrophotometer).
Host Computer
The Océ Arizona printers requires ONYX ProductionHouse® front-end software11. It is the customer's
responsibility to procure and configure computer hardware which, at the minimum, meets the software's
basic computational and data handling needs.
ONYX ProductionHouse® Host Requirements
ONYX ProductionHouse X10 (or higher) software is used to generate the print files that are downloaded
to the Océ Arizona printers. Please refer to the Products section of the ONYX web site for the suggested
hardware and operating system requirements for the most current version of ProductionHouse.
http://www.onyxgfx.com/.
1
PosterShop is not capable of producing profiles for color management with the Océ Arizona 350/ 360
GT and XT printers and also does not have the layout editor capabilities of ProductionHouse. Therefore
we recommend that customers use ONYX ProductionHouse with this printer. The Océ Arizona 318 GL
uses PosterShop, which has the necessary drivers for this printer.
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Operator Training
Maximum performance on the Océ Arizona printers printers require a properly trained operator. Océ
trains the operator in the use of the Océ Arizona printer’s hardware and provides a general orientation for
using the software at installation. However, this is not a substitute for formal ProductionHouse® training.
Operators of the Océ Arizona printers should be fully versed in the operation of ONYX
ProductionHouse®. For any operator unfamiliar with its operation, ONYX training is required. On-site or
off-site training courses are available; contact ONYX Graphics Corporation for more information:
Visit www.onyxgfx.com/
or
call 1-800-828-0723 (in North America). Outside of North America, contact your local Océ representative
for training support.
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Site Preparation Pre-Installation Environment Checklist
Requirement: (indicate compliance as Yes or No)
Y
N
Shock and Vibration
 Keep isolated from shears, punch presses, and
guillotines
Cleanliness
 Area should be reasonably clear of dust and other
airborne particles
Avoid installing in areas shared by routing, sanding, trimming or cutting
equipment
Flooring
 Concrete floor is ideal: minimum requirement is a
stiff, well-supported floor
Floor Covering
 Vinyl tile OR floor sealed with paint or other floor
coating materials
 Do not install on carpet
Ventilation and Room Volume
 see the Environmental Requirements section on page 19
Room Temperature
 No lower than: 18ºC
 No higher than: 30ºC
 Temperature Range: Maintained within a 4ºC band
Humidity
 Relative humidity: 30% to 70% (Non-condensing)
Altitude
 0 to 2400 meters (0 to 7874 feet) maximum
Grounded Electrical Circuit
 Requires an insulated equipment grounding
conductor running with the supply conductors
Proximity to Solvent Printers
 We strongly recommend that UV ink-based printers
be kept in a separate room from solvent printers.
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