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PictureMate Deluxe Viewer Edition
Printer Parts
Accessories
Power light
PictureMate Print Pack (part# T5570)
Includes 100 sheets of PicureMate Photo Paper and a
PictureMate Photo Cartridge
On button
Zoom
buttons
Menu
button
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Rechargeable Battery (part# C12C831074)
Cancel
button
Enables printing outdoors or in other places without
convenient electrical outlets
Memory
card light
Back button
PictureMate Deluxe Viewer Edition
Carrying Case
Print button
Menu navigation
buttons
Soft case that holds PictureMate, power cable, extra
PictureMate Print Pack, and more
Control Panel
Epson Bluetooth Photo Print Adapter
(part# C12C824142)
Handle
Allows printing wirelessly from Bluetooth-enabled cell
phones, PDAs, or computers to PictureMate
Photo
viewer
screen
Paper
support
Printer Specifications
Memory
card door
Printing
Nozzle
configuration
Output
tray
Front
EXT/IF (USB) port for
cameras, external drive, or
optional Bluetooth Adapter
90 nozzles × 6: yellow, magenta, cyan,
photo black, red, blue
Print direction
Bidirectional with logic seeking
Control code
ESC/P Raster, EPSON Remote command
Input buffer
64KB
Mechanical
Battery cover
Paper capacity
20 sheets
Dimensions
AC inlet
Storage
Width: 10.0 inches (256 mm)
Depth: 6.1 inches (154 mm)
Height: 6.6 inches (167 mm)
Printing
Width: 10.0 inches (256 mm)
Depth: 12.0 inches (305 mm)
Height: 6.6 inches (167 mm)
Cartridge door
USB port for
computer
Weight
6.2 lb (2.8 kg) without photo cartridge or
battery
Photo cartridge
Back
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Electrical
Normal operation
Input voltage range
108 to 132 V
Rated frequency range
50 to 60 Hz,
Input frequency range
49.5 to 60.5 Hz
Rated current
0.4 A
Caution: To ensure good results, use a genuine PictureMate Photo
Cartridge and do not refill it. PictureMate calculates the amount of ink
remaining using an IC chip on the photo cartridge, so even if the
cartridge is refilled, the IC chip will report that it is empty.
When charging
optional battery
Do not use a photo cartridge if the date on the cartridge has expired.
Do not expose PictureMate or a PictureMate Photo Cartridge to heat
or direct sunlight.
0.7 A
Power consumption (approximate)
Printing
13.0 W
30 W
Sleep mode
5.0 W
27 W
Powered off
0.7 W
26 W
Loading Paper
Follow these steps to load PictureMate Photo Paper.
Environmental
Caution: Don’t load plain paper; this could damage PictureMate.
Temperature
1. Move the handle to the back and down, then tilt up the
photo viewer screen.
Operation
50 to 95 °F (10 to 35 °C)
Storage*
−4 to 140 °F (−20 to 60 °C)
1 month at 104 °F (40 °C)
Transit*
–4 to 140 °F (–20 to 60 °C)
120 hours at 140 °F (60 °C)
Humidity (without condensation)
Operation
20 to 80% RH
Storage*
5 to 85% RH
2. Open the paper support and gently slide up the top part
until it clicks into place. Then open the output tray.
* Stored in shipping container
Safety Approvals
Safety standards
UL 60950-1, CSA No. 60950-1
EMC
FCC part 15 subpart B class B
CSA C108.8 Class B
Photo Cartridge
Colors
Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Red, and Blue
Cartridge life
6 months after opening package, at
77 °F (25 °C)
Storage temperature
−4 to 104 °F (−20 to 40 °C)
1 month at 104 °F (40 °C)
Transit temperature
−22 to 140 °F (−30 to 60 °C)
120 hours at 140 °F (60 °C)
Freezing temperature*
12.2 °F (−11 °C)
Dimensions
7.7 × 3.6 × 0.7 inches (W × D × H)
196 × 91.5 × 18.8 mm (W × D × H)
3. Place your paper against the right edge, glossy side up.
Edge guide
* Ink thaws and is usable after approximately 3 hours at
77 °F (25 °C).
4. Slide the edge guide against the paper. Make sure it is snug,
but not so tight that the paper is bent.
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3. Insert the memory card into one of the three slots.
Printing
PictureMate Deluxe Viewer Edition can print photos from
these devices:
Top:
❏ Your digital camera’s memory card.
❏ A data storage device, such as a CD, Zip disk, or flash
memory (thumb) drive. See Using PictureMate Without a
Computer for details.
SmartMediaTM
❏ A PictBridge- or USBDP-enabled digital camera. See Using
PictureMate Without a Computer for details.
xD Picture CardTM
xD Picture Card Type M
Middle:
❏ A Bluetooth®-enabled device (requires an optional
Bluetooth Photo Print adapter). See Using PictureMate
Without a Computer for details.
SD (Secure Digital)
Memory Stick®
TM
MMC
TM
(MultiMediaCardTM)
Memory Stick Duo *
TM
miniSD
TM
card**
Memory Stick PRO
TM
Memory Stick PRO Duo *
MagicGateTM Memory Stick
MagicGate Memory Stick DuoTM
❏ Your computer. See Using PictureMate With a Computer
and the on-screen User’s Guide (included on your
PictureMate CD) for details.
Make sure your image files meet these requirements:
❏ JPEG files or uncompressed Tiff files only
* Requires Memory Stick
Duo adapter
** Requires miniSD adapter
❏ The file storage device should comply with DCF (Design
rule for Camera File systems) Version 1.0
Bottom:
❏ Resolutions ranging from 80 × 80 to 4600 × 4600 pixels
CompactFlash® or MicrodriveTM
Note: PictureMate does not support progressive-scan JPEG or RAW
images.
4. Push the card in carefully until it stops (it won’t go in all the
way). When it is in, the card light comes on.
PictureMate recognizes and prints the first 999 photos on
your memory card or device.
Card
light
Inserting a Memory Card
Note: Insert just one card at a time. The card does not go in all the
way.
1. Press the
On button to turn on PictureMate.
5. Close the memory card door.
2. Open the memory card door.
Removing a Memory Card
Make sure the card light is not flashing, then pull the card
straight out of the slot.
Caution: Do not remove a card while the card light is flashing; you
may lose photos on your card.
Saving Power
When PictureMate is not in use, the photo viewer screen goes
dark after 13 minutes. Press any button to turn it back on.
When it is powered by the battery, PictureMate turns off
automatically after 15 minutes if it is not being used. Press the
On button to turn it back on.
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Choosing Photos to Print
You can press press or to review your photos. If you
change your mind, press the Back button.
PictureMate’s photo viewer screen makes it easy to select the
photos you want to print.
4. Make sure you have enough paper loaded, then press Print
again to start printing.
Note: If your card has more than 20 photos, you will need to reload
paper while printing. Load a maximum of 20 sheets at a time. When
you see a message that paper is out, load more paper and press OK
to continue printing. If you need to cancel printing, press Cancel.
Printing Individual Photos
You can easily view the photos on your memory card and
select just the ones you want to print.
Note: When you press the Print button, PictureMate shows you a
screen confirming the number of copies and layout. If you don’t want
to see the confirmation screen each time you print, you can turn it off.
See Using PictureMate Without a Computer for instructions.
1. At the photo selection menu, press the
highlight Print Some.
or
button to
Printing All Photos
When you turn on PictureMate, you see the photo selection
menu on the screen. The red or orange bar at the top of the
screen indicates the currently selected option.
2. Press the OK button. You see the first photo on your
memory card:
1. Make sure Print All is highlighted, then press the OK
button.
3. Press
or
to view the photos you want to print.
Note: To view 9 photos at a time, press the
press
or to select the photos you want.
4. When you see a photo that you want, press
choose the number of copies to print.
2. If you want more than 1 copy of each picture, press the
or button to select the number of copies.
button. Then
or
to
You can also press the Menu button to adjust settings if
necessary.
3. Press the Print button. You see the Print Confirmation:
You see a blue box around your photo, indicating the area
that will print. If you want to adjust this area, press the
button. Then press or to move the box. Press OK, then
press OK again.
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5. Press OK.
If you want to adjust the brightness, saturation, or sharpness
of the photo, press the Menu button.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for all the photos you want to print.
You can press the Menu button to adjust settings for all
selected photos.
6. Press the Print button. You see the Print Confirmation:
6. Press or to select the number of copies you want for
each photo.
Note: The number you select will apply to all photos in the
range.
If you want to adjust any settings, press the Menu button.
You can press or to review the photo or photos you
have selected. If you change your mind, press Back.
7. Press Print. You see the Print Confirmation.
7. Make sure you have enough paper loaded, then press Print
again to start printing.
8. Make sure you have enough paper loaded, then press Print
to start printing.
Printing a Range of Photos
Printing Photos by Date
You can choose a range (or sequence) of consecutive photos
from your camera’s memory card (for example, photos 7
through 12). Selecting a range is convenient because you don’t
have to choose each individual photo.
You can print photos taken on specific dates. If you have a lot
of photos on your memory card, this makes it easier to find
the ones you want.
1. At the photo selection menu, press the
highlight Print Range.
or
1. At the photo selection menu, press the
highlight Print by Date.
button to
or
button to
2. Press the OK button. You see a list of dates, and a small
image of one photo taken on that date:
2. Press the OK button. You see thumbnail images of your
photos:
3. Press or to highlight the date you want, then press
to select the date.
3. Press or to choose the first photo you want to print,
then press OK. The photo outline changes from orange to
blue.
4. Press or to choose the last photo you want to print. All
of your selected photos have blue outlines.
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A checkmark appears in the box for the date you selected. If
you want to cancel your selection, press .
4. Press or to select the frame you want to use. Then press
OK. You see your photo in the frame you selected:
❏ If you want to select a different frame, press Back and
repeat step 3.
4. After you have selected all the dates you want, press OK.
5. Press or to view the photos taken on the date or dates
you selected.
6. Press
or
❏ If your photo doesn’t quite fit in the frame, you can
crop it and adjust the picture area. Press Back twice,
then press the
button and crop your photo.
to select the number of copies.
5. Press
If you want to adjust any other settings, press the Menu
button. Any settings you change will apply to all the photos
you have selected.
or
to select the number of copies.
If you want to fix your photo or change it to black and
white or sepia, press the Menu button.
7. Press Print. You see the Print Confirmation.
6. Press the Print button. You see the Print Confirmation.
8. Make sure you have enough paper loaded, then press Print
again to start printing.
7. Make sure you have enough paper loaded, then press Print
again.
Adding Fun Disney Frames to Your Photos
Viewing a Slideshow of Your Photos
PictureMate includes a selection of 15 different Disney®
character frames and two classic frames to choose from.
You can have PictureMate display all the photos on your card
one by one.
Note: All frames are designed to work with horizontal or “landscape”
oriented photos.
1. At the photo selection menu, press the
highlight Play Slideshow.
1. At the photo selection menu, press the
highlight Add Frame.
or
or
button to
button to
2. Press the OK button.
2. Press the OK button. You see the first photo on your
memory card.
After a few moments, the slideshow begins. PictureMate
displays all the photos on the memory card, then returns to
the photo selection menu.
3. Press or to select the photo you want to print in a
frame. Then press OK. You see the first Disney frame:
❏ If you want to pause the slideshow at any time, press
OK. Press OK again to continue.
❏ If you want to stop the slideshow, press Back or Cancel.
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Doing More With Your Photos
Removing the Used Photo Cartridge
You can use the
button to crop your photos or zoom in for
a closer look. You can use the
button to zoom out.
Make sure you have a new PictureMate Photo Cartridge
before you begin. Once you start replacing a cartridge, you
must complete all the steps in one session.
By pressing the Menu button, you can do the following:
❏ Choose from a variety of layouts
Caution: Before you replace the cartridge, read the “Photo Cartridge
Saftey Instructions” in the Using PictureMate Without a Computer
book.
❏ Print the time or date on your photos
❏ Print in black and white or sepia
1. Make sure PictureMate is on, but not printing.
❏ Fix photos that are too light or dark
2. Close the paper support.
See Using PictureMate Without a Computer for more
information.
3. Lift up the handle.
Storing and Displaying PictureMate Prints
Photos printed on PictureMate Photo Paper will give you
beautiful, long lasting images. Follow these guidelines to
ensure they will look great for years.
Store Your Prints
❏ To avoid scratches or smudging, do not rub the printed side
of the photo.
4. Open the cartridge door on the back of PictureMate.
❏ If you stack photos, do not stack them with the printed
sides touching.
Display Your Prints
❏ To ensure prints will last as long as possible, store them
under glass in frames or in photo albums.
❏ Keep prints out of direct sunlight to prevent fading.
5. Move the photo cartridge lever to the Release position by
sliding it in the direction shown. This releases the cartridge.
❏ Let prints sit for 24 hours before framing.
Store Unused Paper
Return unused paper to the original package. Store paper away
from extreme temperatures, high humidity, and bright light.
Replacing Ink
When PictureMate is low on ink or you are out of paper, it is
time to buy a new PictureMate Print Pack (includes a
PictureMate Photo Cartridge and PictureMate photo paper)
and replace the Photo Cartridge.
6. Carefully pull out the cartridge.
Tip: You can check the ink level at any time (see the Using
PictureMate Without a Computer book).
Caution: Refilling the photo cartridge could result in damage to
PictureMate from ink spills.
Note: Use your PictureMate Photo Cartridge within six months of
installing it and before the expiration date on the cartridge. For
PictureMate Photo Paper storage and handling tips, see the previous
section.
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6. Close the cartridge door. Make sure it snaps shut.
Warning: Keep ink cartridges out of the reach of children and do
not drink the ink.
If ink gets on your hands, wash them thoroughly with soap and
water. If ink gets in your eyes, flush them thoroughly with
water. If discomfort or vision problems continue after flushing,
see a doctor immediately.
Inserting the New Photo Cartridge
1. Shake the cartridge four or five times while it is still
wrapped in its packaging.
7. Lower the handle.
Cleaning the Print Head
If your print quality is not as good as it used to be, if your
photos are too light, or if they are missing colors or have lines
running through them, PictureMate’s print head nozzles may
be clogged.
2. Unwrap the cartridge.
Caution: Don’t touch the green circuit board. Install the photo
cartridge immediately after you remove it from its package. If
you leave a cartridge unpacked for a long time before using it,
normal printing may not be possible.
Follow these steps to clean the print head:
1. Press the Menu button.
3. Make sure the lever is moved to the left before you insert
the cartridge, then carefully slide the cartridge, label side up,
into the slot.
to highlight Maintenance.
2. Press
or
3. Press
to open the Maintenance menu.
4. Make sure Clean Print Head is selected, then press
see this message:
. You
Lever
4. Push in both sides of the cartridge evenly to make sure it is
not crooked. It won’t go in all the way.
5. Press OK to begin cleaning the print head.
5. Move the lever to the Lock position by sliding it in the
direction shown.
The cleaning process takes about 40 seconds. PictureMate
makes some noise, and you see the following message on the
screen:
Caution: Never turn off PictureMate while it is cleaning its print
head, unless it hasn’t moved or made noise for more than
5 minutes.
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4. Press the Print button. The following alignment patterns
are printed:
When cleaning is complete, you see a message asking if you
want to print a nozzle check pattern.
6. To make sure the nozzles are clean, load a sheet of photo
paper, then press OK.
Caution: Don’t use plain paper; this could damage PictureMate.
7. When you see the message, press Print to print the nozzle
check.
8. Check the pattern to see if there are any gaps in the lines.
OK
Needs
cleaning
5. Look at the printed squares to determine which one in each
set is the most even, with no streaks or lines. (You may need
to use a magnifying glass.)
9. If thre are no gaps, press Back to go back to the
Maintenance menu.
If there are gaps, press OK to clean the print head again. You
may need to clean it two or three times before the nozzles
are cleared.
6. Press or to highlight the number for the best square (1
to 9) in set #1. Then press to move to #2.
7. Press or to highlight the number for the best pattern (1
to 9) in set #2.
You can also turn PictureMate off and wait overnight—this
allows any dried ink to soften—and then try cleaning the print
head again.
8. After you have entered the number for the best square in
each set, press OK. PictureMate aligns the print head and
displays a message when alignment is done.
Aligning the Print Head
Note: The numbers that you enter become the default settings
(#5) the next time you align the print head.
If you have moved PictureMate and print quality is not as
good as it was before—for example, you see misaligned
vertical lines or light or dark horizontal banding—you may
need to align the print head.
9. Press OK or Back to return to the Maintenance menu.
Taking PictureMate With You
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Press or to highlight Maintenance, then press
open the Maintenance menu.
The handle on PictureMate makes it easy to carry PictureMate
short distances (from one room to the next, for example). If
you take your PictureMate a longer distance, you should pack
it carefully to make sure it isn’t damaged.
to
3. Press or to select Align Print Head, then press . You
see this message:
Caution: To avoid damaging your PictureMate, keep it
out of the sun and don’t leave it in your car or other
location where it can get too hot.
1. If PictureMate is on, press On to turn it off.
2. Wait until the LCD screen goes blank, then unplug the
power cord from the outlet.
3. Remove paper from the paper support and output tray.
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3. Slide in the battery as shown until it clicks into place:
4. Push down the top of the paper support and close it against
PictureMate. Then lower the photo viewer screen and close
the output tray.
4. Make sure the battery is pushed in all the way so that it
locks into place as shown:
5. Disconnect the power cord and any connected USB cable
from the back of PictureMate.
Lock
5. Close the battery cover.
After you install the battery, you need to charge it by
connecting the AC adapter and plugging in the printer. It
takes about 2 hours to fully charge the battery when
PictureMate is off, and longer when it is in use.
6. Pack PictureMate and its power cable (both parts) into the
box that PictureMate came in, or in the optional
PictureMate Carrying Case.
Related Documentation
Caution: Make sure the photo cartridge is installed before
transporting. Don’t place PictureMate on its side or upside
down, or ink may leak.
Note: If your prints don’t look as good after PictureMate has
been moved, try aligning the print head (see page 9).
Using the Optional Battery
With a fully charged battery, you can print from 50 to 80
photos. Follow these steps to install the optional battery.
1. Turn the printer off and unplug the AC adapter.
2. Open the battery cover on the back of the printer.
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