The IBM Infoprint 2000 is a high-end 110 page-per-minute (PPM) cut-sheet Production Publishing System.
Model Abstract 2710-DP1
The IBM 2710 Model DP1 is a high speed cut sheet production publisher aimed at the data center environment where Xerox native data stream (LCDS/Metacode) is the predominant production datastream.
The Infoprint 2000 is a high speed 110 PPM Multifunction Publishing System. Depending on model and configuration, it can be used as the following:
Benefits of the Infoprint 2000 include:
Depending on model and configuration, it can be used as the following:
As a standalone digital duplicator, the Infoprint 2000 offers the following benefits:
As a network printer, the Infoprint 2000 offers the following benefits:
As a channel attached Data Center Printer, the InfoPrint 2000 offers the following benefits:
Some models of the Infoprint 2000 can be configured as both a standalone duplicator and network printer with the benefits of both.
In addition to the three base models, IBM offers Printer Solution Offerings (PSO) that contain all the features for certain customer applications and may be ordered as a bundled set at a lower cost than if ordered separately. The PSO is IBM's most price-competitive offering for popular customer applications. One PSO must be ordered with a RP1 or DP1 model at initial order.
The Infoprint 2000 production publishing system is a high quality high speed cut sheet printing system. All models of the Infoprint 2000 with the network printer capability can be front-ended by Infoprint Manager or can be integrated into an existing Infoprint Manager (Version 3.1 at the appropriate service level) environment.
Model RP1 -- High speed multifunctional digital duplicator with upgradable features to include network connectivity and is aimed at the corporate reprographics centers, in-plant print shops and the print for pay market.
Model NP1 -- High speed PostScript, PCL, and PDF printer with upgradable features to include production copying capabilities and is aimed at the large office workgroup, and data center environments where PostScript and PCL are the predominant data streams (that is, ERP installations like PeopleSoft and SAP as well as non-IBM data center environments).
Model DP1 -- High speed cut sheet production publisher aimed at the data center environment where Xerox native data stream (LCDS/Metacode) is the predominant production datastream.
The RP1 base model comes standard with the following:
The NP1 base model comes standard with the following:
The DP1 base model comes standard with the following:
Printer Solution Offerings (PSO)
In addition to the three base models, there are PSOs available for some models. A PSO includes several features bundled together for a specific application. The PSO is IBM's most price-competitive offering for a specific application.
Model RP1 has two PSOs associated with it. One of these PSOs (but not both) must be ordered with the initial order.
The Standalone Digital Duplicator Solution is intended for reprographics centers and print shop applications. This feature includes all microcode needed for the Standalone Digital Duplicator application.
The Network Publisher Solution is intended for corporate reprographics centers where an attachment to the corporate network is required. This feature includes all microcode for duplicator printer functions, and also includes the LAN connect capability.
Model NP1 is itself a complete solution and therefore doesn't have any PSOs associated with it.
Model DP1 has one PSO associated with it. This PSO must be ordered with the initial order.
The Xerox Datastream Solution is intended for corporate data center applications. This feature includes an SCS, 512 MB memory, network connectivity, channel connectivity hardware, Xerox Native Datastream (LCDS/Metacode) enablement and all microcode needed for a network printer and data center application.
Below is a list of optional features for the Infoprint 2000:
In addition to these options, the NP1 can have an optional scan station (standard with the RP1). The scan station includes an up to 20 PPM scanner with 600 DPI resolution and a SCSI card. The scan station requires a Windows NT workstation that must be ordered separately.
Refer to the IBM Web site at http://www.printers.ibm.com/ for the Windows NT PC that is a prerequisite for the scan station.
Note: The Infoprint 2000 scan station has been tested and qualified on the listed PC configurations only. IBM service cannot install or service Infoprint 2000 software running on configurations which are not qualified.
Model Summary Matrix
The base engine of each of the models includes the following:
Below is a list of optional features that can ordered for any of the three models.
In addition to these options, the NP1 and RP1 model can have one scanning station (it comes standard on the RP1 model).
Component Height Depth Length Weight
The space requirements for the Infoprint 2000 depends on the options installed.
These requirements include the minimum clearance requirements for service which are:
Features -- Specify/Special/Exchange
No Charge Specify Codes
An English keyboard is the default keyboard for both the Controller keyboard and the Scan Station Keyboard. No specify code is required for an English keyboard.VOLTAGE: A specify code is not required. Voltage/power will be determined by the plant based on the country code of the order.
Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable
Description Machine Model Feature Feature
Additional Feature Descriptions
Xerox Datastream Solution - 2nd to 6th printer (Channel Attach, TCP/IP, RJE) (#4232)
Prerequisites: Infoprint 2000 Model DP1. Maximum Number of Features: One per Infoprint 2000 Model DP1. Corequisites: The 4th Infoprint 4000 attached to the same host requires FN 4110 in addition to this feature. Compatibility Conflicts: Cannot be installed with FN 4230, 4240, or 4233. Field Installable: No. Initial Order: Yes. Cable Orders: None.
Xerox Datastream Solution - 1st printer only - (TCP/IP and RJE) (#4233)
Prerequisites: Infoprint 2000 Model DP1 that is the first printer attached by TCP/IP and RJE. Maximum Number of Features: One per Infoprint 2000 Model DP1. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: Cannot be installed with FN 4230, 4240, or 4232. Field Installable: No. Initial Order: Yes. Cable Orders: None.
4240 Base Datacenter Publisher PSO (#4240)
Prerequisites: Infoprint 2000 Model DP1. Maximum Number of Features: One per Infoprint 2000 Model DP1. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: Cannot be installed with FN 4230, 4232, or 4233. Field Installable: No. Initial Order: Yes. Cable Orders: None.
Paper Supply Module (#4510/4511)
A maximum of one additional paper supply module can be added per printer. It is identical to the standard one.
High Capacity Stacker (#4620/4621)
A 5,000 sheet stacker is available as an optional output device. A maximum 1 of one can be added per printer. It allows copied or printed sets to be offset or straight stacked. The rotator unit in the stacker rotates paper 90 degrees for the correct orientation to the booklet maker. The stacker is required for the booklet maker. Other capabilities of the stacker are:
Signature Booklet Maker (#4720/4721)
The booklet maker is an optional output device that creates a booklet by saddlefolding and stapling supported paper sizes. The booklet maker requires the High Capacity Stacker (Feature 4620/4621) as a prequisite in order to rotate paper from long-edge feed to short-edge feed. A maximum of one booklet maker can be added per printer.
A conveyor belt delivers the finished documents from the booklet maker. The interval width between booklets can be adjusted via the OCI and/or printer drivers. The conveyor belt can accept up to 42 booklets (10 sheets, 80 gsm) and when not in use can be dropped at a 90-degree angle to free up space.
The booklet maker includes a trimmer. It allows trimming of the open edge of folded booklets and is usually required when the number of folded sheets is 10 or more. The trim length is adjustable up to 10 mm.
The booklet maker supports the following:
Scan Station (#4290/4291)
One scan station comes standard with the RP1 model. It consists of an up to 20 PPM scanner with 600 DPI resolution and a SCSI card. The scan station requires a PC running Windows NT which is NOT included in the scan station feature and must be ordered separately. The Windows NT PC is connected to the controller via Ethernet. A maximum of one scan station is supported per printer.
When this feature is installed on the model NP1, then, FN 4289 (printer to printer/duplicator ucode upgrade) is a prerequisite.
The scanner supports:
Refer to the IBM website at w3domino.penn.boulder.ibm.com/sales for the Windows NT PC which is a prerequisite for this feature. Note: The Infoprint 2000 scan station has been tested and qualified on the listed PC configurations only. IBM service cannot install or service Infoprint 2000 software running on configurations which are not qualified.
Network Connectivity (#4160/4161)
The network connectivity option uses a 10/100BaseT Ethernet Network Interface Card (NIC) with a RJ-45 jack. A maximum of one of these features is allowed per printer. Network protocol support includes TCP/IP, Appletalk, Ethernet, IPX/SPX.
Channel Connectivity (#4110/4111)
The channel connectivity option includes a channel controller standalone unit. It has connectors for channel Tag and Bus cables (cables must be ordered separately) for a connection to an IBM S/390 parallel channel. A maximum of one of these features is allowed per printer.
Xerox Datastream Enablement (#4840/4841)
The Xerox datastream enablement includes software to convert the Xerox native data stream (LCDS/Metacode) to PostScript level 3. Included with this option is the software and installation. A maximum of one of these features is allowed per printer.
Duplicator to Printer/Duplicator Microcode Upgrade (#4287)
This feature is only available as a MES on the RP1 model. It provides the microcode for an RP1 model with the Standalone Duplicator PSO (feature 4210) to add printer capability. Network Connectivity (feature 4160 or 4161) must be ordered as a corequisite. A maximum of one of these features is allowed per printer.
When FN 4287 is ordered for the Model RP1, FN 4210 (standalone duplicator PSO) is a prerequisite, and either FN 4160 or FN 4161 (LAN connect) is also a prerequisite.
Printer to Printer/Duplicator Microcode Upgrade (#4289)
This feature is only available as a MES on the NP1 model. It provides the microcode for a NP1 model to be upgraded from a printer only to a Printer/Duplicator. The Scan Station (feature 4290 or 4291) must be ordered as a corequisite. A maximum of one of these features is allowed per printer.
Thermal Vent Kit (#4910/4911)
This kit includes all hardware to vent heat from the Infoprint 2000 to the outside. A maximum of one of these features is allowed per printer.
Stacker Dolly (#4622/4623)
This includes an additional dolly used with the stacker to move large print jobs easily without the risk of papers falling. There is no maximum number of stacker dollys allowed per printer.
The standard Adobe PostScript 3 font support includes the following:
Lexmark International Inc. markets IBM Infoprint 2000 supplies. Supplies can be purchased from Lexmark Authorized Supplies Dealers or in the U.S. from Lexmark Telemarketing Operations. Lexmark Telemarketing Operations can also provide information about the nearest Lexmark Authorized Supplies Dealer.
In the US call Lexmark Telemarketing at 800-438-2468. Mail orders within the U.S. should be sent to:
Lexmark International, Inc.
Material Safety Data Sheets (OSHA Form 20) for Infoprint 2000 supplies with the IBM logo are available in the U.S. by calling 800-IBM-4333. You will need to provide the seven-digit part number or the machine model number and supply type, for example, IBM 4370 Model 002 0r Model 003 Printer. Outside the U.S., contact your local Lexmark Supplier.
Approximate average yields have been established at a toner coverage of 6%. Application yields may vary with toner coverage, machine settings, paper type and size, and environmental conditions. Applications with extensive bar code or solid area fill can expect to achieve lower than that achieved with average text pages.
Warranty for all supplies is one year from the date of purchase as stated on the purchase receipt. Supplies warranties are only for defects in materials and workmanship at the time of shipment and are not for normal wear and tear, nor for any usage minimum.
IBM supplies are manufactured to very high quality standards. However, if you believe you are due a warranty return, you should return the supply in its original package or a package from the replacement supply to your point of purchase with an explanation of the problem, a print sample, and the approximate pages run on the supply.
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