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    IBM 4230-5S3

     
     
     
     
     



    Parts
    IBM 4230-5s3 High Speed Impact Printer
    Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
    4230-5S3
    $750.00



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    IBM Impact Matrix Printer Model 5S3

    The IBM 4230 Printer is a family of heavy-duty serial impact matrix printers that may be used as workstation printers in the System/390*, System/370*, large S/36* and AS/400* systems environment, and as primary printers for small S/36 and AS/400 systems.

    The 4230 Printer combines the versatility and high reliability of the 4224 Printer with superior price/performance and exclusive design features, including one of the lowest noise levels of any tabletop printer in its speed and price range.

    The IBM 4230 Printers are offered in a range of models and feature 32K to 128K of memory, printing speeds of 375 cps, 480 cps, or 600 cps, twinaxial or coaxial attachments, SCS (PDS), IPDS (intelligent printer data stream), DSC (non-SNA 3270/IPDS) or DSE (LU3-3270) data streams, and an automatic forms-thickness adjustment that sets the gap between print head and paper precisely, eliminating a user task and improving paper handling and print-head life.

    The 4230 also offers new forms-handling features that include the Dual Purpose Module (DPM), which combines highly reliable feeding of continuous forms and minimal paper waste with the document-on-demand (DOD) tearoff function, an optional automatic sheet feed (ASF) that provides automatic feeding of cut sheets, and ease- of-use features like an 80-character liquid crystal display (LCD) operator panel that makes setup and daily operations more efficient by providing prompts and menu selections. Some models are available to support advanced printing functions available through the IPDS while maintaining compatibility with the 4224 Printer and existing 4230 printers. Other models support the SCS (PDS) data stream and are compatible with the earlier IBM 3268 and 3287 Printers and IBM 4214 Printers. Still other models support the IBM Proprinter II XL, IBM Proprinter III XL, IBM 4224, and Epson FX 1050 ASCII emulation.

    The IBM 4230 has applications in environments such as the IBM mainframe, the IBM AS/400, the IBM RS/6000*, and the IBM Personal System/2*, and local area networks. Model Abstract 4230-5S3

    The IBM 4230 Model 5S3 attaches to the coaxial interface utilized by the 3174 Subsystem control, 3274 Control Unit, the 43X1 Processor Display/Printer Adapter, 4361 Workstation Adapter, and the ES/9370 Workstation Controller. Printing is up to 600 CPS and uses LU1 (SCS), DSC (Non-SNA 3270), and DSE (LU3-3270) data streams as currently supported on the 3270 and listed 4300 systems. 32 K Memory is standard.

    Highlights
    • Improved price/performance:
      • Reliability improvements reduce cost of ownership
      • Monthly maintenance includes print head.
    • Heavy-duty serial printer family:
      • Upgradable models and options protect customer's investment.
      • Compatibility with the IBM printer family simplifies migration.
    • Flexible forms handling
      • Paper modules provide reliable, flexible solutions for changing applications
      • Dual-purpose module (DPM) saves paper by combining reliable continuous-forms feeding with document-on-demand tearoff feature in a single paper module.
      • Automatic forms loading feature enables quick, easy loading of paper in the DPM
    • LCD operator panel (80-character) display provides text messages, simplifying setup and daily operations. Display languages: Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.
    • Automatic forms-thickness adjustment eliminates user task of manually adjusting print-head gap, improving forms handling and print-head reliability.
    • Vital Products Data (VPD) Support enables users who have network management tools to remotely inventory installed information system equipment.
    • Quiet operation. At 53 dBA, the 4230 is one of the quietest printers in its speed and price range making it adaptable to many business environments.
    Model Highlights 4230-5S3
    • IBM Heavy Duty Impact Matrix Printers with Serial, Parallel, and Coax or Twinax Attach
    • Including the Following Design Features:
      • Quiet Operation - 53 dBA
      • 80 Character Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Operator Panel
      • Automatic Forms Thickness Adjustment
      • Auto Loading (with Dual Purpose Module)
      • Zero Tear-off with Automatic Forms Eject and Restore in Continuous Forms Applications (F2 Forms Device)
      • Straight Paper Path for Trouble-Free Handling of Complex Forms
      • POSTNET Certified
      • Vital Products Data
      • Heavy Duty - Up to 16 Million Characters Per Month Duty Cycle
      • Impressive Print Speeds
        • 600 Characters Per Second (CPS) Fast Draft
        • 400 Characters Per Second (CPS) DP
        • 200 Characters Per Second (CPS) DP Text
        • 100 Characters Per Second (CPS) NLQ
      • Op Panel Selectability Allows Simultaneous Connection of the Serial, Parallel and Coax or Twinax Interfaces
      • Four ASCII Emulation Modes: IBM Proprinter II XL, IBM Proprinter III XL, IBM 4224, and Epson FX 1050
    Description

    Pennant Systems is extending the IBM 4230 Printer family with four new models: the 4230-4S3, 4230-4I3, 4230-5S3, and 4230-5I3. In addition to printing at 600 characters per second (CPS), these heavy-duty impact matrix printers come standard with multiple attachment capabilities. Each model supports simultaneous serial and parallel attachment plus either twinaxial or coaxial attachment.

    These printers complement the capabilities of the IBM 4232-302 printer by providing improved customer value, full compatibility with the IBM 4224-3XX plus IBM Proprinter II XL, IBM Proprinter III XL and Epson FX 1050 emulation. The result is a complete ASCII printing solution combined with the ruggedness, proven reliability and system attachment support of the existing IBM 4230 Printer models.

    IBM 4230 Printers may be used as workstation printers for large S/36, AS/400 systems, RS/6000, or Personal System/2 environments and as the primary shared printer for small S/36, AS/400 systems and LAN environments.

    The new IBM 4230 Printers provide IBM Proprinter II XL, IBM Proprinter III XL, Epson FX 1050 and 4224-3XX emulation modes. These emulations are selectable from the operator panel.

    Each of the new IBM 4230 Printers supports IBM PC ASCII (Centronics) Parallel, RS-232C Serial, and RS-422A Serial host interfaces. In addition, the 4230-4X3 models support twinaxial attachment and the 4230-5X3 models support coaxial attachment.

    The IBM 4230 models introduced in this announcement are listed in the table below:

    MODEL                    ATTACHMENTS                      DATASTREAM
    4230-4S3 Serial/Parallel/Twinax ASCII/Non-IPDS
    4230-4I3 Serial/Parallel/Twinax ASCII/IPDS
    4230-5S3 Serial/Parallel/Coax ASCII/Non-IPDS
    4230-5I3 Serial/Parallel/Coax ASCII/IPDS

    IMPROVED PRICE/PERFORMANCE

    The IBM 4230 Printer Family replaces the IBM 4224-X0X family of printers. The new IBM 4230 Printers also may replace IBM 3268, IBM 3287 and IBM 4214 printers. The new 4230 printer models print in fast draft print quality mode at 600 CPS, offer simultaneous serial, parallel, and coax or twinax attachment capability, 4230 ruggedness and reliability, and a choice of datastream support at a very attractive price.

    Business Solutions - Investment Protection:

    Because the new 4230 Printer models offer combination attachment capability, customers can rest easy as their enterprise moves from a centralized to a distributed computing and printing environment. The new IBM 4230 Printers will move with the needs of the business from a mainframe or AS/400 system to a workstation or LAN environment. In fact, during the transition, the printers may be attached both to an ASCII and a traditional system host. The operator simply enables the attachment of choice by making an operator panel selection.

    Model Description 4230-5S3

    The IBM 4230 Model 5S3 is a 600 CPS, Serial/Parallel/Coaxial (ASCII/Non-IPDS) printer.

    Customer Setup (CSU)

    The 4230 is designated a customer setup (CSU) machine.

    The ASF to CFM, DPM, or DID Conversion kit, feature code #4010 is a customer setup MES kit.

    The ASF Conversion kit, feature code #4015 is a customer setup MES kit.

    Devices Supported

    Not available.

    Model Conversions

    Any model change may be made in the field. All conversions require MES orders. Parts removed or replaced become the property of IBM and must be returned.

    • Model Conversions:
      • Model 5S3 to 5I3

    These Conversion kits consist of electronic card assemblies, supporting documentation and operator panel overlays in all languages offered.

    • Print Speed
      • Fast Draft print speed of 600 CPS (characters per second)
      • DP print speed of 400 CPS (characters per second)
      • DP Text print speed of 200 CPS (characters per second)
      • NLQ print speed of 100 CPS (characters per second)
    • Heavy Duty - Up to 16 million characters per month duty cycle
    • Standard Serial (RS-232C/RS-422A) and IBM PC ASCII (Centronics) Parallel and coax or twinax attach
    • IBM Proprinter II XL, IBM Proprinter III XL, IBM 4224 and Epson FX 1050 ASCII emulation modes
      • 4224 emulation provides support for bar code and vector graphics PPDS commands. (See RPQ 8V0428 for more information regarding 4224 and 4202 emulation support or reference the IBM 4230 Product and Programming Description manuals.)
    • Maximum print resolution of 144 X 144
    • IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to IBM OS/2* Token Ring LANs
    • IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to IBM OS/2 Ethernet LANs
    • IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to IBM AIX/6000 Token Ring LANs
    • IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to IBM AIX/6000 Ethernet LANs
    • IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to Novell** Ethernet LANs
    • IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to Novell Token Ring LANs
    Physical Specifications

    Width:  658mm (25.9 inches)
    Depth: 396mm (15.6 inches)
    Height: 315mm (12.4 inches)
    Weight: 20.4kg (45 lbs)

    With automatic sheet feed (ASF) installed:
    Width: 658mm (25.9 inches)
    Depth: 700mm (27.6 inches)
    Height: 300mm (11.8 inches) + 230mm (9.1 inches) (paper supports)
    ASF Weight: Separator 6kg (13.2 pounds)
    Transport 3kg (6.6 pounds)
    Operating Environment

    Power Requirement:  250 VA

    Voltages: 100 - 127 VAC single phase grounded 50/60 Hz
    200 - 240 VAC single phase grounded 50/60 Hz

    Heat Output: 40 Watts (137 BTU/hr) -- Idle
    90 Watts (308 BTU/hr) -- Normal print pattern
    130 Watts (444 BTU/hr) -- Dense print pattern
    4230 with continuous forms or dual-purpose
    module features:

    Temperature: 10 to 40.6 degrees C (50 to 105 degrees F)
    Relative Humidity: 8 to 80 percent
    Max Wet Bulb: 26.7 degrees C (80 degrees F)

    4230 with automatic sheet feed or
    document insertion features:

    Temperature: 15.6 to 32.2 degrees C (60 to 90 degrees F)
    Relative Humidity: 8 to 80 percent
    Max Wet Bulb: 22.8 degrees C (73 degrees F)
    Noise Emission: Operating Idle
    --------- --------
    4230 without ASF installed:
    Sound power level (LWAd): 7.0 bels 4.5 bels
    Sound pressure level (LpAm): 53 dBA 30 dBA


    4230 with ASF installed:
    Sound power level (LWAd): 7.0 bels 4.5 bels
    Sound pressure level (LpAm): 55 dBA 30 dBA

    Limitations

    Throughput Considerations

    The overall throughput depends on the emulation mode (for example, IBM Proprinter II XL, IBM Proprinter III XL, IBM 4224 or Epson FX 1050), print mode, application program, system response time, and the type of print operation being done. Any print operation that requires multiple passes or a reduction of horizontal dot spacing causes a reduction in the throughput.

    Some print operations that affect throughput are:

    • Heavy print patterns
    • Line length -- number of characters per line
    • Bold printing, double-strike printing, and other types of emphasis
    • Graphics printing
    • Bar-code printing

    The 4230 uses an internal print management feature to guard against overheating the print head due to the quantity of dots being printed. During extended printing of dense lines, or during extended printing of long line lengths, this temperature safeguard may cause the speed of the print mechanism to decrease, lowering overall throughput proportionally.

    4202 Emulation Limitations of the New Models of the 4230

    The 4230 is supported in 4202 (IBM Proprinter II XL or IBM Proprinter III XL) emulation mode by most application software. The following deviations from 4202 emulation should be noted:

    • The 4230 cannot accept and print 4202 font downloads. Instead, national language support requirements are provided via 4230 resident fonts.
    • While the 4230 supports double high printing, it will not print double high characters like a 4202. Instead, the page format integrity is maintained by printing single high characters with double-space line feeds.
    • The 4230 will support the CANCEL control, but in some situations CANCEL will clear a different amount of data than it clears on the 4202 for the same job. Fortunately, CANCEL is rarely, if ever, used by the popular drivers.

    The 4230 supports the Essay font (i.e., proportional spacing) in DP Text and NLQ modes only. Certain characters and code pages are unprintable in fast-draft print quality.

    Epson FX 1050 Emulation Limitations of the New Models of the 4230

    The 4230 is supported in Epson FX 1050 emulation by most application software. The following deviations from Epson FX 1050 emulation should be noted:

    • The 4230 cannot accept and print Epson font downloads. Instead, national language support requirements are provided via 4230 resident fonts.
    • While the 4230 supports double high printing, it will not print double high characters like an Epson printer. Instead, the page format integrity is maintained by printing single high characters with double- space line feeds.
    • The 4230 does not support Epson Inter-Character Spacing commands.
    • The 4230 does not support the Epson Select Justification (left, right or center) commands.

    Systems Attachment Limitations of the New Models of 4230

    The 4230 is supported in 4224 mode only by most system software. 4230 mode is currently supported by OS/400 Version 2 Release 2 and GDDM Version 3.1.

    Models 4S3 and 5S3 will not support proportional spacing. Models 4I3 and 5I3 will not have proportional spacing in the following languages: Katakana, Arabic, Thai, Cyrillic, Yugoslav, and Korean. Code Pages 01002 (DCF Release 2 Compatibility), 00833 (Korean), and 01026 (Turkish) are not available on AS/400 prior to OS/400 Version 2, Release 2. Certain characters and code pages are unprintable in fast-draft print quality. These code pages are not supported in Fast Draft print quality: OCR-A, OCR-B (code pages 892, 893, 340); Arabic (code page 420), APL (code pages 310, 293); Korean (code page 833); Hebrew (code pages 424, 803); Thai (code page 838); and Cyrillic (code page 880). Refer to the "IBM 4230 Product and Programming Description - Models 101, 201, 1S2, 2S2, 4S3, and 5S3", GC40-0595, and the "IBM Product and Programming Description - Models 102, 202, 1I1, 2I1, 4I3, and 5I3", GC40-1701 for details regarding which characters are supported.

    Models 5S3 and 5I3 in non-IPDS mode will provide GDDM text and graphics output in DP quality and non-color only. An upgrade to IPDS is recommended for better print quality if full GDDM support is needed.

    The 4230-4S3 deviates from the 4214 in its support of code pages. The 4230 implements version 1 rather than version 0 of code pages 00500, 00037, 00273, 00274, 00275, 00276, 00277, 00278, 00297, 00280, 00281, 00282, 00284 and 00285. In all of these code pages, the affected code points are 0xB4, 0xBF and 0xE1.

    The 4230 deviates from the 4214 in one of the supported LCIDs. In the 4214, LCID 1 and LCID 11 (decimal), both correspond to IBM Registered Code Page 00037, version 1 known as USA/Canada. The 4230 supports this code page with LCID 1 only. LCID 11 corresponds to code page 290 known as Japanese Katakana.

    Hardware Requirements

    The RS-232C serial interface will attach to:

    • IBM AS/400 ASCII workstation controller
    • 3174 controller via the Asynchronous Emulation Adapter
    • RS/6000
    • PS/2* computer COMx ports
    • LAN Attachment (i.e., Token Ring or Ethernet**) via the Novell**-certified IBM 4033 LAN adapter and the Intel NetPort**
    • IBM-compatible PCs utilizing an RS-232C interface

    The RS-422A serial interface will attach to:

    • RS/6000
    • AS/400 ASCII workstation controller

    The IBM PC ASCII (CENTRONICS) Parallel interface will attach to:

    • RS/6000 workstations, excluding POWERServer* 930
    • PS/2 computer LPTx ports and to a Token-Ring or Ethernet LAN via one of these computers
    • LAN attachment via the Novell-certified IBM 4033 LAN adapter and the Intel NetPort
    • IBM-compatible PC's utilizing the IBM PC ASCII (Centronics) Parallel interface
    • AS/400 twinax terminals including 348X, 3477 and 3197
    • Coax terminal 3482

    The 4230 may attach to systems as follows:

    Models 4S3, 4I3

    The System/36 - Workstation Control Unit, AS/400 system on a Twinaxial Workstation port, the 5294 Control Unit - Workstation port (feature code 3601 required when attaching IPDS Model 4I3), the 5394 and 5494 Control Units.

    Model 5I3 in IPDS Mode

    The 3174 Controller - Terminal port (using Release A5.4 or later, Release B4.0 or later, Release C1.1 or later), or the 3274 Control Unit on a Category A port (using Release D65.1; PTR 2893 for local non-SNA), the 4361 Processor - Workstation Adapter port (feature code 9261), ES/9370 Processor Workstation Controller (feature code 6020; using Release 5.1), a ES/9371 Processor - 3270 Adapter, or ES9000 - 9221 Workstation Subsystem Controller.

    Model 5I3 in Non-IPDS Mode, Model 5S3

    The 3174 Controller - Terminal port (using Release A5.4 or later, Release B4.0 or later, Release C1.1 or later), or the 3274 Control Unit on a Category A terminal port (using Rel. C49.0 and Rel. D65.1), the 3276 Control Unit - Terminal port, or the 43X1 Processor Display/Printer Adapter or Workstation Adapter, the ES/9370 Processor Workstation Controller (feature #6020; using Release 5.1) a ES/9371 Processor 3270 Adapter, or ES9000 - 9221 Workstation Subsystem Controller.

    Software Requirements

    4230 ASCII Software Support:

    The IBM 4230 Printers can use the IBM Personal Printer Data Stream(PPDS) in IBM Proprinter II XL and IBM Proprinter III XL emulation or can use Epson FX 1050 emulation when attached to Serial (RS-232C/RS-422A) interfaces or the IBM PC ASCII (Centronics) Parallel interface. Depending on the host, 4224 emulation may also be available. In 4224-emulation mode, the 4230 will support PPDS bar code and vector graphics commands. For more information, reference 4224 RPQ 8V0428 or the IBM 4230 Product and Programming Description, publication order number GC40-1701 (models 102, 202, 1I1, 2I1, 4I3 and 5I3)or GC40-0595 (models 101, 201, 1S2, 2S2, 4S3 and 5S3). The following systems support the IBM 4230 Printers:

         System           Software - Minimum Level     Data Stream/Emulation
    ---------- ------------------------- ---------------------
    IBM PS/2 OS/2 1.1 PPDS/4202, 4224
    or Epson FX
    OS/2 LAN Server 1.0 PPDS/4202, 4224
    or Epson FX
    OS/2 Extended Services 1.0 PPDS/4202 or
    Epson FX
    OS/2 Communications Manager/2 1.0 PPDS/4202 or
    Epson FX
    DOS 3.3 PPDS/4202, 4224
    or Epson FX
    Microsoft** Windows** 3.0 PPDS/4202 or
    Epson FX
    IBM RISC AIX Version 3.1.5 PPDS/4202, 4224
    System/6000 Epson FX


    IBM AS/400 (5) OS/400(TM) V2.3 Host Print PPDS/4202 or
    Transform Epson FX
    (5) OS/400 V2.2 PPDS/4202 or
    Epson FX
    (5) PC Support/400 W/S Function V2.2 PPDS/4202 or
    Epson FX


    3174 with AEA Release A5.4 or later, Release B4.0 PPDS/4202/4224
    or later, or Release C1.1 or later or Epson FX

    IBM 4230 Printers IBM OS/2, IBM AIX, and Novell NetWare LAN Operating System Support via the IBM 4033 LAN adapter:

    The IBM 4230 Printers may connect to the following via attachment to the IBM 4033 LAN adapter:

         System           Software - Minumum Level      Data Stream
    ---------- ------------------------- ---------------------
    Token Ring(1) OS/2 Lan Server 1.2, 1.3 PPDS or Epson FX
    Ethernet(2) OS/2 Lan Server 1.2, 1.3 PPDS or Epson FX
    Token Ring(1) IBM AIX Ver. 3.1.5 PPDS or Epson FX
    Ethernet (2) IBM AIX Ver. 3.1.5 PPDS or Epson FX
    Token Ring(3) Novell NetWare 2.2, 3.11 PPDS or Epson FX
    Ethernet (4) Novell NetWare 2.2, 3.11 PPDS or Epson FX


    (1) The IBM 4033 Model 001 provides support for Token Ring 4/16MBps data rate.

    (2) The 4033 Model 002 provides support for Ethernet 10BaseT 10Mbps data rate. The 4033 Model 003 provides
    support for Ethernet 10Base2 and 10Base5 10Mpbs data rate.

    (3) The 4033 Model 011 provides support for Token Ring 4/16Mbps data rate.

    (4) The 4033 Model 012 provides support for Ethernet 10BaseT 10Mbps data rate. The 4033 Model 013 provides support
    for Ethernet 10Base2 and 10Base5 10Mbps data rate.

    (5) Paper bin #4 is not selectable when the IBM 4230 with the Auto Sheed Feed feature installed is attached to an
    AS/400. In addition, only the 4202 supported PPDS commands are supported when the IBM 4230 is attached to an AS/400.
    Also, host selection of the print quality is limited to two of the four qualities (DP and NLQ) featured by the printer when
    AS/400 attached.

    For more information please consult "IBM LAN Connection for Printers and Plotters Planning and Installation Guide"(SA40-0588).

    Character Sets

    ASCII Code Pages

    The IBM 4230 Printers will provide non-English characters in the same quality level, pitches, and fonts as English characters. with only three exceptions. Arabic, Thai, and Cyrillic are not available in the Essay font (i.e., proportional-spacing). Furthermore, the Essay font can only be printed in DP Text or NLQ modes for the supported code pages.

    The 4230 will support the following resident ASCII Code Pages and Character Sets:

                              |     ASCII       | U | E | A |
    | | S | M | G |
    | | | E | |
    | | | A | |
    | | | | |
    LANGUAGE | GCSGID | CPGID | | | |
    | | | | | |
    Arabic X/A | 994 | 864 | | * | |
    Austrian/German | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    Belgian | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    Brazilian | 980 | 850 | | | * |
    Canadian French | 993 | 863 | | | * |
    Cyrillic | 985 | 855 | | * | |
    Danish/Norwegian | 995 | 865 | | * | |
    English (UK)/Ireland | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    Finnish/Swedish | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    French/French Azerty | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    Greek (new) | 998 | 869 | | * | |
    Greek (old) | 981 | 851 | | * | |
    Hebrew | 992 | 862 | | * | |
    Icelandic | 991 | 861 | | * | |
    Italian | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    Latin 2/ROECE | 982 | 852 | | * | |
    Netherlands | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    OCR-A (1) | 968 | 876 | * | * | * |
    OCR-B (1) | 969 | 877 | * | * | * |
    PC Multilingual | 980 | 850 | * | * | * |
    Portugal | 990 | 860 | | * | |
    South Africa | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    Spanish | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    Spanish Speaking | 980 | 850 | | | * |
    Swiss | 980 | 850 | | * | |
    Thai | 966 | 874 | | | * |
    Turkish | 987 | 857 | | * | |
    USA/Canada | 919 | 437 | * | | * |

    Note (1): OCR-A and OCR-B fonts can only be printed in NLQ print mode.

    EBCDIC Code Pages

    The IBM 4230 Printers will provide non-English characters in the same quality level, pitches, and fonts as English characters. with only three exceptions. Arabic, Thai, and Cyrillic are not available in the Essay font (i.e., proportional-spacing). The Essay font can only be printed in DP Text or NLQ modes for the supported code pages. The 4230 will support the following resident EBCDIC Code Pages and Character Sets:

                              |     EBCDIC      | U | E | A |
    | | S | M | G |
    | | | E | |
    | | | A | |
    LANGUAGE | GCSGID | CPGID | | | |
    | | | | | |
    APL(Models 4230-4I3 and | 380 | 293 | * | * | * |
    4230-5I3 only) | | | | | |
    APL/TN | 382 | 310 | * | * | * |
    Arabic | 235 | 420 | | * | |
    Austrian/German | 697 | 273 | | * | |
    Austrian/German alt. | 317 | 286 | | * | |
    Belgian | 697 | 274 | | * | |
    Brazilian | 697 | 275 | | | * |
    Canadian French | 341 | 260 | | | * |
    Cyrillic | 960 | 880 | | * | |
    DCF Rel. 2 Compatibility | 1132 | 1002 | | * | |
    Danish/Norwegian | 697 | 277 | | * | |
    Danish/Norwegian alt. | 321 | 287 | | * | |
    Finnish/Swedish | 697 | 278 | | * | |
    Finnish/Swedish alt. | 325 | 288 | | * | |
    French/French Azerty | 697 | 297 | | * | |
    Greek (new) | 925 | 875 | | * | |
    Greek (old) | 218 | 423 | | * | |
    Hebrew | 687 | 424 | | * | |
    Hebrew alt. | 1147 | 803 | | * | |
    Icelandic | 697 | 871 | | * | |
    International #1 (4230-4I3| 337 | 256 | | * | * |
    and 4230-5I3 only) | | | | | |
    International #5 | 697 | 500 | | * | * |
    Italian | 697 | 280 | | * | |
    Japanese English | 697 | 281 | | * | * |
    Katakana | 332 | 290 | | * | * |
    Korean | 933 | 833 | | * | |
    Latin 2/ROECE | 959 | 870 | | * | |
    OCR (4230-4I3 and | 968/ | 340 | | * | * |
    4230-5I3 only) (1) | 969 | | | | |
    OCR-A (1) | 968 | 892 | * | * | * |
    OCR-B (1) | 969 | 893 | * | * | * |
    Portuguese | 697 | 282 | | * | |
    Spanish alt. | 329 | 289 | | * | |
    Spanish Speaking | 697 | 284 | | | * |
    Thai | 938 | 838 | | | * |
    Turkish | 1152 | 1026 | | * | |
    United Kingdom | 697 | 285 | | * | |
    USA/Canada | 697 | 037 | * | | * |
    Yugoslav | 410 | 890 | | * | |

    Note (1): OCR-A and OCR-B fonts can only be printed in NLQ print mode.

    NOTES:

    1. All of the above code pages are supported in DP, DP Text and NLQ except OCR-A and OCR-B, which are supported in NLQ only. All of the above code pages are supported in fast draft except OCR-A, OCR-B, Arabic, Korean, APL, Hebrew, Thai and Cyrillic (see note 2). Code pages 01002 00833 and 1026 are not supported by AS/400.
    2. The following characters are unprintable in fast draft quality. If specified, the graphic error code point is substituted and the appropriate exception is generated.
      • All downloaded characters
      • Code Page 1002:

        X'8F', X'BF', X'CB', X'CC'

      • Code Pages 437, 860, 861, 863 and 865:

        X'01' - X'06', X'0E', X'0F', X'17', X'1D', X'B0' - X'DF', X'EC', X'F4', X'FB'

      • Code Page 850:

        X'01' - X'06', X'0E', X'0F', X'17', X'1D', X'A9', X'B0' - X'B4', X'B8', X'B9' - X'BC', X'BF' - X'C5', X'C8' - X'CE', X'D9' - X'DC', X'DF', X'F2'

      • Code Pages 851 and 852:

        X'01' - X'06', X'0E', X'0F', X'17', X'1D', X'B0' - X'B4', X'B9' - X'BC', X'BF' - X'C5', X'C8' - X'CE', X'D9' - X'DC', X'DF'

      • Code Page 857:

        X'01' - X'06', X'0E', X'0F', X'17', X'1D', X'A9', X'B8', X'C1', X'C2', X'C4', X'C5', X'CA', X'CB', X'CD', X'CE', X'DB', X'DC', X'DF'

      • Code Page 869:

        X'01' - X'06', X'0E', X'0F', X'17', X'1D', X'97', X'B0' - X'B4', X'B9' - X'BC', X'BF' - X'C5', X'C8' - X'CE', X'D9' - X'DC', X'DF'

      • Code Page 256:

        X'AF', X'BF'

      • Code Page 500:

        X'AF', X'B4'

      • Code Page 875:

        X'CF', X'FB'

    CHARACTER CONFIGURATIONS (FONTS)

    FONT SUPPORT

    The IBM 4230 Printers will provide print quality levels, character spacings, and character configurations (resident fonts) as follows:

    • Fast Draft (Gothic): 10, 12, 15, 16.7, 17.1 and 20 CPI
    • Fast Draft Italic (Gothic): 10, 12, 15, and 16.7
    • DP (Gothic): 10, 12, 15, 16.7, 17.1 and 20 CPI
    • DP Italic (Gothic): 10, 12, 15, and 16.7 CPI
    • DP Text, DP Text Italic: 10, 12, 15 CPI(Courier), and Proportional Spacing (Essay)
    • NLQ, NLQ Italic: 10, 12, 15 CPI (Courier), and Proportional Spacing (Essay)

    Note: The above fonts and print quality levels will include all characters defined by the Resident Code Pages described in "Character Sets" above unless otherwise noted. Any quality level can be printed at either 6 or 8 lines per inch (LPI).

    IBM 4230-4I3 twinaxial and 4230-5I3 coaxial Software Support


    4230
    Models 4224 4224
    IBM System or IBM Software 102, 1I1 Current Early
    Controller (minimum release level) & 4I3 Models Models
    ------------ ----------------------- -------- ------- ------
    System/36 SSP Release 5.1 Yes(1) Yes Yes
    IPDS Adv. func. PRPQ Yes Yes Yes
    DisplayWrite/36 Yes Yes Yes
    Business Graphics Utility Yes Yes Yes
    Operation Control Language Yes Yes Yes
    AS/400 OS/400 Version 2 Release 1 Yes (3) Yes Yes
    PSF OS/400 (6) Yes (2) Yes No
    OfficeVision/400 Yes Yes Yes
    Business Graphics Utility Yes Yes Yes
    GDDM Yes Yes Yes
    CL and DDS Yes Yes Yes
    Adv Function Print Ut V2R1 Yes Yes No
    Controllers
    -5X94 IPDS Feature #3601 (5294) Yes Yes Yes


    4230
    Models 4224 4224
    IBM System or IBM Software 202, 2I1 Current Early
    Controller (minimum release level) & 5I3 Models Models
    ------------ ----------------------- -------- ------- ------
    System/370 and System/390 MVS/VM/VSE Environments:
    --Non-IPDS Mode (as 3268)
    GDDM Version 3.1 Yes(5) No No
    VM/RSCS V2.2 and later Yes Yes Yes
    DW/370 R2.1 Yes Yes Yes
    JES328X Ver 2 CICS/IMS Yes Yes Yes
    --IPDS Mode
    GDDM Version 3.1 Yes Yes Yes
    VM/RSCS V2.2 and later Yes Yes Yes
    DW/370 R2.1 Yes Yes Yes
    PSF/VM V2.1 Yes(4) Yes No
    PSF/MVS V2.1 Yes(4) Yes No
    PSF/VSE V2.2 Yes(4) Yes Yes
    JES328X Ver 2 CICS/IMS Yes Yes Yes
    Controllers
    3174 Release A5.4, B4.0, C1.1 or Yes Yes Yes
    later
    3274 Release D65.1 Yes Yes Yes
    3276 Non-IPDS Mode Yes Yes Yes
    4361 WSA IPDS Feature #9261 Yes Yes Yes
    4361 DPA Non-IPDS Mode Yes Yes Yes
    ES/9370 WSSC Release 5.1 Yes Yes Yes
    ES/9000 9221 Worksta Subsys Controller Yes Yes Yes

    Notes:

    1. Supported in 4224 mode.
    2. 4230 is supported in 4230 mode in Version 2 Release 2 with the following additional functions:
      • POSTNET bar-code support
      • Eliminated top and bottom of page restricted space
      • Selectable fast-draft mode
      • Host-selectable support of the following code pages: 875-Greek, 803-Hebrew, 833-Korean(via application datastream only), 838-Thai, and 1026-Turkish (Note: Must be sure to order the required no-charge National Language Support Feature Package - Ordering Section)
    3. Prior to OS/400 Version 2 Release 2, the 4230 is supported in 4224 emulation mode only with the following additional functions:
      • POSTNET bar-code support
      • Eliminated top and bottom of page restricted space
      • Selectable fast-draft mode
    4. 4230 is supported in 4224 emulation mode only in PSF/MVS, PSF/VM, and PSF/VSE with the following new functions:
      • POSTNET bar-code support
      • Eliminated top and bottom of page restricted space
      • Selectable fast-draft mode
      • Additional code pages (customer updates font tables)
        APL 293/310 (all print qualities).
    5. See "Limitations" section for GDDM non-IPDS-mode print quality.
    6. Advanced function print support of OS/400* Version 2.

    Models 4S3 (twinaxial) and 5S3 (coaxial) Software Support


    4230 Models
    IBM System or IBM Software 101, 1S2 4214
    Controller (minimum release level) & 4S3(1) Models
    ------------ ----------------------- ----------- ------
    System/36 SSP Release 5.1 Yes Yes
    DisplayWrite/36 Yes Yes
    Business Graphics Utility Yes Yes
    Operation Control Language Yes Yes
    AS/400 OS/400 V2R1 Yes Yes
    OfficeVision/400 Yes Yes
    Business Graphics Utility Yes Yes
    GDDM Version 3.1 Yes Yes
    CL and DDS Yes Yes
    Controllers
    5X94 Non-IPDS Mode Yes Yes


    4230 Models 4224
    201, 2S2 1 3268 non-IPDS
    5S3(2) & 3287 Mode
    ----------- ------ --------
    System/370 and System/390 MVS/VM/VSE Environments:
    --Non-IPDS Mode
    GDDM Version 3.1 Yes(4) Yes No
    VM/RSCS V2.2 and later Yes Yes Yes
    DW/370 R2.1 Yes Yes Yes
    MVS/JES CICS/IMS - SCS Yes(3) Yes Yes
    Controllers
    3174 Release A5.4, B4.0, C1.1 Yes Yes Yes
    or later
    3274 Release C49.0, D65.1 Yes Yes Yes
    3276 Non-IPDS Mode Yes Yes Yes
    4361 WSA Non-IPDS Mode Yes Yes Yes
    4361 DPA Non-IPDS Mode Yes Yes Yes
    ES/9370 WSSC Release 5.1 Yes Yes Yes
    ES/9000 9221 Worksta Subsys Controller Yes Yes Yes

    Notes:
    (1) Supported as a 4214.
    (2) Supported as a 3268 Model 2 or 3287.
    (3) JES Support is provided by JES328X.
    (4) See "limitations" section for GDDM non-IPDS-mode print quality.

    Automatic Sheet Feed Software Support -- Models 4I3 and 5I3

     IBM           IBM Software              Automatic Bins  Manual Bin
    System (minimum release level) 4224 & 4230 4224 & 4230
    ----------- ------------------------ ---------- ----------
    System/36 SSP Release 5.1
    OCL 3 Bins No
    IPDS Adv. func. PRPQ 3 Bins No
    DisplayWrite/36 3 Bins No
    AS/400 OS/400 V2R1 3 Bins Yes
    PSF OS/400 (1) 3 Bins Yes
    OfficeVision/400 3 Bins Yes
    GDDM 3 Bins Yes
    CL and DDS 3 Bins Yes


    System/370 and System/390 MVS/VM/VSE Environments:
    --Non-IPDS Mode
    GDDM Version 3.1 3 Bins Yes
    DW/370 R2.1 3 Bins Yes
    MVS/JES CICS/IMS
    via SCS 3 Bins Yes
    --IPDS Mode
    GDDM Version 3.1 3 Bins Yes
    DW/370 R2.1 3 Bins Yes
    PSF/VM V2.1 3 Bins Yes
    PSF/MVS V2.1 3 Bins Yes
    PSF/VSE V2.2 3 Bins Yes
    (1) Advanced function print support of OS/400 Version 2.

    Automatic Sheet Feed Software Support -- Models 4S3 and 5S3

    Support for the 4214 Sheet Feeder is included for comparison.

     

    IBM IBM Software Automatic Bins Manual Bin
    System (minimum release level) 4230 4214 4230 4214
    ----------- ------------------------ --------- ----- --------- ----
    System/36 SSP Release 5.1
    OCL 3 Bins 3 Bins No No
    DisplayWrite/36 3 Bins 3 Bins No No
    Business Graphics Utility
    AS/400 OS/400 V2R1 3 Bins 3 Bins No No
    OfficeVision/400 3 Bins 3 Bins No No
    GDDM 3 Bins 3 Bins No No
    CL and DDS 3 Bins 3 Bins No No


    System/370 and System/390 MVS/VM Environments:
    --Non-IPDS Mode
    GDDM Version 3.1 3 Bins No Yes ---
    DW/370 R2.1 3 Bins No Yes ---
    MVS/JES CICS/IMS 3 Bins No Yes

    Compatibility with Other Coaxially Attached Printers

    The 4230 Model 5S3 is data-stream compatible with the 4224 and 3268/3287 for non-IPDS printing applications. The 4230 Model 5I3 is data-stream compatible with the 4224 printer in IPDS printing applications. There are minor differences described in the IBM 4230 Printer Product and Programming Description manual and the IBM 4230 Product and Programming Description manual along with comparisons of operator panel functions between the 4232, 4230, 4224, and the 3268/3287 that should be reviewed. For example, the 4230 has no index key (3268) but does have vernier keys to move the forms up, down, and linefeed to move the forms 1/6 of an inch. When selecting operator panel changes online (for example, MPP or MPL), these changes are buffered and may not take effect immediately depending on the print job in process. Unlike the 3268/3287, overprinting of text can occur after aborts, buffer reprints, and cancels if the subsequent print job does not include an initial line feed. The 4230 does support 16.7 characters per inch (3268). IPDS is available in SCS (SNA LU-1) and 3270 DSC (non-SNA) environments only.

    4230 Models 2XX and 5S3 (coaxial) Non-IPDS Mode Comparison with 4224 non-IPDS Mode and 3268/3287 Printers

                              3268 1    4224        4230 Non-IPDS
    Printer Function 3287 Non-IPDS Models 2XX & 5S3
    ----------------------- ------- -------- ----------------
    Print Quality Selection:
    Fast Draft No No Yes (G,DW)
    DP Yes Yes Yes (G,DW)
    DP TEXT No Yes Yes (G,DW)
    NLQ No Yes Yes (G,DW)
    Page Size Control Yes Yes Yes
    CPI Selection:
    10 CPI Yes Yes Yes (G,DW)
    12/15 CPI No Yes Yes (DW)
    16.7 CPI Yes(3268) Yes Yes
    Proportional Spacing No No No
    LPI Selection:
    3/4/6/8 LPI Yes Yes Yes (G,DW)
    Variable No No No
    Color Printing Yes Yes No
    Advanced Function Word
    Processing:
    Horiz/Vert Position Yes Yes Yes (G,DW)
    Underscore Yes Yes Yes (G)
    Overstrike Yes (AP) Yes (AP) Yes (AP)
    Emphasis (Bold) No No No
    Italics No No No
    Double Strike Yes (AP) Yes (AP) Yes (AP)
    Double Wide No No No
    Super/Sub Script No No No
    Font/Character Set Op Panel Op Panel Op Panel
    Host Loadable Fonts Yes (PS) No Yes (PS)
    APL Character Set Yes Yes Yes (G)
    ASF Bin Selection No Yes Yes (G,DW)
    Bar Codes No No No (1)
    OCR A and OCR B fonts No No Yes (Op Panel Select)
    Graphics:
    Lines Yes (G,PS) No Yes(G,PS)
    Full Arcs/Ellipse Yes (G,PS) No Yes(G,PS)
    Area Fill Yes (G,PS) No Yes(G,PS)
    Line Types Yes (G,PS) No Yes(G,PS)
    Markers Yes (G,PS) No Yes(G,PS)
    Rotated Characters Yes (G,PS) No Yes(G,PS)
    Large Characters Yes (G,PS) No Yes(G,PS)
    Graphics Images Yes (PS) No Yes (PS)
    Images No No No
    Overlays No No No
    Retained Segments No No No
    Online Format/Setup Yes Yes Yes (DW)
    Query Replies Yes Yes Yes (DW)
    Host Initiated Early
    Print Complete No Yes (3) Yes (2)
    Vital Products Data No No Yes
    Notes:
    (1) 4230 Models 4S3 and 5S3 have no resident barcode
    capability. Some barcodes may be printed via Program Symbol Sets
    downloaded characters in DP mode only.
    (2) Supported on VM/RSCS V2.3. Enabled by operator panel selection.
    (3) Supported on 4224 Model XE3 only.
    AP Application Program only
    DW Supported by DW/370 Release 2.1 with GDDM Version 3.1,
    ASF bin selection requires the most current release of DW/370.
    G Supported by GDDM Version 3.1. Non-IPDS output will be DP
    quality and non-color. An upgrade to IPDS is recommended
    for full GDDM support.
    PS Programmed Symbols - Configure 4230 as a 3268

    4230 Models 202, 2I1 and 5I3 Comparison with 4224 IPDS Mode and 3268/3287 Printers

                              3268 1    4224
    Printer Function 3287 IPDS Mode 4230 IPDS mode
    ----------------------- ------- -------- --------------
    Print Quality Selection:
    Fast Draft No No Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    DP Yes Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    DP TEXT No Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    NLQ No Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Page Size Control Yes Yes Yes
    CPI Selection:
    10 CPI Yes Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    12/15 CPI No Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    16.7 CPI Yes (3268) Yes Yes (G)
    Proportional Spacing No Yes Yes (DW,PSF)
    LPI Selection:
    3/4/6/8 LPI Yes Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Variable No Yes Yes (DW,PSF)
    Color Printing Yes Yes No
    Advanced Function Word Processing:
    Horiz/Vert Position Yes Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Underscore Yes Yes Yes (G)
    Overstrike Yes (AP) Yes Yes (DW)
    Emphasis (Bold) No Yes Yes (G,DW)
    Italics No Yes Yes (DW,PSF)
    Double Strike No Yes Yes (DW)
    Double Wide No Yes Yes
    Super/Sub Script No Yes Yes
    Font/Character Set Op Panel Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Host Loadable Fonts No No No
    APL Character Set Yes Yes Yes (G,PSF)
    ASF Bin Selection No Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Bar Codes No Yes Yes (G,PSF)
    OCR A and OCR B No Yes Yes (PSF)
    Graphics:
    Lines Yes (PS) Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Full Arcs/Ellipse Yes (PS) Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Area Fill Yes (PS) Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Line Types Yes (PS) Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Markers Yes (PS) Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Rotated Characters Yes (PS) Yes Yes (G,PSF)
    Large Characters Yes (PS) Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Graphics Images Yes (PS) Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Images No Yes Yes (G,DW,PSF)
    Overlays No Yes Yes
    Retained Segments No Yes Yes
    Online Format/Setup Yes Yes Yes (DW)
    Query Replies Yes Yes Yes (DW)
    Host Initiated Early
    Print Complete No Yes (3) Yes (1)
    IPDS L-unit Positioning No Yes Yes (2)
    in 1/240 inch
    Vital Products Data No No Yes
    Notes:
    (1) Supported on VM/RSCS V2.3. Enabled by operator panel selection.
    (2) Enables AFP support.
    (3) Supported on 4224 Model XE3 only.
    AP Application Program only.
    DW Supported by DW/370 Release 2.1 with GDDM Version 3.1
    for all models except 4224-2E3 and Version 2.2 for all models
    (2E3 requires APAR fixes).
    ASF bin selection requires the most current release of
    DW/370 at availability of GDDM Version 2.2 with APAR fix.
    G Supported by GDDM Version 3.1.
    PS Programmed Symbols-Configure 4230 as a 3268.
    PSF Supported by PSF/VM Version 2.1, PSF/MVS version 2.1, and
    PSF/VSE Version 2.2.

    4230 Models 202, 2I1 and 5I3 Compatibility Considerations Regarding PSF

    • PSF does not support printing error recovery for printers driven by RSCS.
    • The 4230 prints with single-byte fonts, not with double-byte fonts.
    • Differences in the content of the character sets for the fonts provided by PSF and the fonts resident in the 4230 may result in inconsistent printed output.
    • The 4230 prints only in zero-degree character rotation (no rotated fonts).
    • The 4230 prints with 144 picture element (pel) resolution and does not support 240-pel resolution. Printing a 240-pel image on the 4230 will expand the image by 66 percent (1.66 times larger), and the image origin will move. To print images correctly on the 4230, 144-pel images must be created.
    • The 4230 prints in simplex and does not support duplex printing.
    • The 4230 prints with resident fonts and cannot accept fonts downloaded by PSF.
    • The 4230 supports one IPDS copy-group per page. This copy-group may specify no more than one copy of the page.
    • The CPI selection on the 4230 is determined by the font selected.
    • The 4230 resident font selected determines (in part) the print quality of the output. The 4230 provides 14 fonts that are compatible with the fonts provided by PSF (12 compatibility fonts for DP, DP text, and NLQ print qualities, two compatibility fonts for fast-draft print quality).
    • Output from OGL is not supported on the 4230.

    Compatibility with Twinaxially Attached Printers

    The 4230 Models 1S2 and 4S3 are generally compatible with the IBM 4214 Printer when attached to System/36 and/or the AS/400. There are minor differences described in the IBM 4230 Printer Product and Programming Description Manual along with comparisons of operator panel functions between the 4232 and 4230, 5224, 5256 and 4214.

                     4230 Models 102, 1I1 & 4I3
    Comparison with 4224
    4230 Models 102, 1I1 & 4I3
    Programming Support
    4224 4230 -------------------
    Printer Function (IPDS) (IPDS) S/36 AS/400
    ---------------- ---- ---- --------------------
    Print Quality Selection:
    Fast Draft No Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    DP Yes Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    DP Text Yes Yes PR,DW CL,OF,D
    NLQ Yes Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    CPI Selection:
    10 CPI Yes Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    12/15 CPI Yes Yes PR,DW,OCL CL,OF,D
    16.7 CPI Yes Yes PR CL,D,OF
    Proportional Yes Yes DW CL,OF,D
    LPI Selection:
    3/4/6/8/9 LPI Yes Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    Variable Yes Yes DW OF,D
    Word Processing:
    Horiz. & Vertical
    Position Yes Yes CL,OF,D
    Underscore Yes Yes DW OF,D
    Overstrike Yes Yes DW OF,D
    Emphasized (Bold) Yes Yes PR,DW OF,D
    Italics Yes Yes OF,D
    Double Strike Yes Yes OF,D
    Double Wide Yes Yes DW OF,D
    Super/Sub Script Yes Yes DW OF
    Font/Character
    Selection Yes Yes PR,DW CL,OF,D
    Host Loadable
    Fonts No No
    APL Characters Yes Yes
    Bar Codes Yes Yes PR D,AFP
    OCR A & OCR B fonts Yes Yes PR
    Graphics:
    Lines Yes Yes PR,BG,DW G,OF,BG,AFP
    Full Arcs/Ellipse Yes Yes PR,BG,DW G,OF,BG,AFP
    Area Fill Yes Yes PR,BG,DW G,OF,BG,AFP
    Line Types Yes Yes PR,BG,DW G,OF,BG,AFP
    Markers Yes Yes PR,BG,DW G,OF,BG,AFP
    Rotated Character Yes Yes PR,BG,DW G,OF,BG,AFP
    Large Characters Yes Yes PR,BG,DW G,OF,BG
    Graphics Images Yes Yes PR,BG,DW G,OF,BG,AFP
    Images Yes Yes OF,AFP
    Overlays Yes Yes AFP
    Retained Segments Yes Yes AFP
    Ordered Page Mode No Yes AFP
    Vital Products Data No Yes
    Notes:
    OCL Operation Control Language
    CL Control Language
    PR IPDS Advanced Functions PRPQ P84094 (5799-CGK) for 5360
    and 5362, and PRPQ P84095 (5799-CGL) for 5363 and 5364.
    DW DisplayWrite/36 (5727-WP1)
    BG Business Graphics
    G Graphic Data Display Manager (GDDM)
    OF OfficeVision/400 (5738-WP1)
    D Data Description Specification
    AFP Advanced function print support of AS/400 Version2.
                  4230 Models 101, 1S2  & 4S3 (Non-IPDS)
    Comparison with 4214
    4230 Models 101, 1S2 & 4S3
    non-IPDS Programming Support
    -------------------
    Printer Function 4214 4230 S/36 AS/400
    ---------------- ---- ---- --------------------
    Print Quality Selection:
    Fast Draft No Yes
    DP Yes Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    DP Text No Yes
    NLQ Yes Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    CPI Selection:
    5 CPI Yes Yes
    10 CPI Yes Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    12/15 CPI Yes Yes PR,DW CL,OF,D
    16.7 CPI Yes Yes
    Proportional No No
    LPI Selection:
    3/4/6/8/9 LPI Yes Yes OCL,PR,DW CL,OF,D
    Variable Yes Yes DW OF,D
    Word Processing:
    Horiz. & Vert.
    Position Yes Yes CL,OF,D
    Underscore Yes Yes DW OF,D
    Overstrike No No OF (simulated)
    Emphasized (Bold) No No OF (simulated)
    Italics No No
    Double Strike No No
    Double Wide Yes Yes(5CPI)
    Super/Sub Script No No
    Font/Character
    Selection Yes Yes PR,DW CL,OF,D
    Host Loadable
    Fonts No No
    APL Characters No No
    Bar Codes: No No
    OCR A and OCR B No Yes (Op Panel Selectable)
    Graphics:
    Lines Yes Yes LAC
    Full Arcs/Ellipse Yes Yes LAC
    Area Fill Yes Yes LAC
    Line Types Yes Yes LAC
    Markers Yes Yes LAC
    Rotated Character Yes Yes LAC
    Large Characters Yes Yes LAC
    Graphics Images Yes Yes LAC
    Images No No
    Overlays No No
    Retained Segments No No
    Ordered Page Mode No No
    Vital Products Data No Yes
    Notes:
    OCL Operation Control Language
    CL Control Language
    PR IPDS Advanced Functions PRPQ P84094 (5799-CGK) for 5360
    and 5362, and PRPQ P84095 (5799-CGL) for 5363 and 5364.
    BG Business Graphics
    D Data Description Specification
    DW DisplayWrite/36 (5727-WP1)
    G Graphic Data Display Manager (GDDM)
    LAC Load Alternate Character, configure 4230 as a 4214
    OF OfficeVision/400 (5738-WP1)
    Publications

    The publications listed below are shipped with the product. Additional copies are available immediately.

             Title                               Order Number
    ----------------------------- ------------
    Guide to Operations, IBM 4230 (models 101, SBOF-3079
    201, 1S2, 2S2, 4S3 & 5S3)
    User's Guide SA40-0593
    Operator Panel Instructions SA40-0594
    Quick Reference Guide, IBM 4230 (models 201, SA40-0592
    2S2 & 5S3)
    Document Assembly Binder SA40-0576
    Index Tabs and Inserts, IBM 4230 (models SA40-0623
    101, 201, 1S2, 2S2, 4S3 & 5S3)
    Automatic Sheet Feed General Information SA40-0578
    (shipped with the feature)
    Maintenance Documents Package - all models SBOF-3078
    Maintenance Analysis Procedures SA40-0571
    Maintenance Information Manual SA40-0572
    Illustrated Parts Catalog SA40-0573
    Binder SA40-0577

    Note that the Guide to Operations packages (SBOF-4033 and SBOF-3079) include the User's Guide, the Operator Panel Instructions, and a binder with insert and tabs.

    The following publications are not shipped with the printer and are available immediately. To order, contact your IBM representative.

             Title                           Order Number
    ----------------------------- ------------
    Planning and Site Preparation Guide GC40-1700
    Product and Programming Description GC40-0595
    (models 101, 201, 1S2, 2S2, 4S3 & 5S3)
    Note: The Planning and Site Preparation Guide and the Product and Programming Description publications with binder may be ordered using bill-of-forms number SBOF-4034 (models 102, 202, 1I1, 2I1, 4I3 & 5I3) or SBOF-4035 (models 101, 201, 1S2, 2S2, 4S3 & 5S3).
    No Charge Specify Codes

    Due to multiple packages being required for National Language Support, the following features have been defined. The base language package is the default. If the base language package is acceptable, no selection is required. If one of the other language packages is preferred, the corresponding feature must be specified.

    #9600 Base Language Package (default).
    Display Languages: Danish, Dutch, English, French, German,
    Italian, Spanish
    Print Languages: Common Base Languages


    #9610 Language Package 1.
    Display Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese
    Print Languages: Common Base Languages, Katakana, Korean, Thai


    #9620 Language Package 2.
    Display Languages: English, French, German, Italian
    Print Languages: Common Base Languages, Cyrillic, Latin/Roece,
    Turkish, Yugoslav


    #9630 Language Package 3.
    Display Languages: English, French, German, Italian
    Print Languages: Common Base Languages, Arabic, Greek, Hebrew


      #9200 for Low Voltage - 100V to 127V, 50/60Hz(default)
      #9201 for High Voltage-200V to 240V, 50/60Hz (U.S. Government orders only)

      Two lengths of power cords are available. Specify #9250 for 6.0ft (1.8m) power cord with non-locking plug OR #9251 for 2.8m (9 ft) power cord with non-locking plug.FC #9251 is the default.

    • Specify at least one and only one of the following forms devices at time of machine order (no default). See "Special Features" for descriptions of forms devices under the second feature code.
      #9501 for Continuous Forms Device (#4001), or
      #9502 for Dual Purpose Module (#4002), or
      #9503 for Document Insertion Device (#4003), or
      #4004 for Automatic Sheet Feed. Features #9501, #9502 and #9503 are not allowed with #4004. However, features #9501, #9502 and #9503 may be ordered with #4015, the Automatic Sheet Feed Kit, at initial order time.
    Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable
    • Continuous Forms Module (CFM - F1) (#4001):

      Provides an operator changeable "drop in" mechanism optimized for handling continuous forms utilizing pull tractors. For customers whose applications require continuous forms but do not require any "document on demand" (DOD) capability, this module is the best choice. The right hand tractor is adjustable to accommodate forms width from 3 inches to 15 inches. Forms length can be from 3 inches to 14 inches. Up to 6-part forms may be used. Limitations: Forms less than 6 inches in length or width and forms greater than 12.5 inches in length should be tested for satisfactory stacking. This CFM feature cannot be installed in the 4230 simultaneously with other forms handling features (#9502, #9503, #4002, #4003, and #4004). Maximum: One. Field Installation: Yes. Customer Setup: Yes.

    • Dual Purpose Module (DPM - F2) (#4002):

      Provides an operator changeable "drop in" mechanism for handling both long continuous forms jobs and "document on demand" (DOD) tearoff applications. The DPM allows the user to remove (tear off) the individual printed form without wasting a blank form each time forms are removed from the printer. The DPM is required for applications which require the Document on Demand function. The DPM is recommended for applications which need a combination of long continuous forms jobs and the Document on Demand function. The CFM is recommended for all continuous forms applications which do not require the DOD function especially when unattended printing is the only mode of operation. The right hand tractor and feed rolls are adjustable to accommodate forms width from 3 inches to 15 inches. Forms length can be from 3 inches to 14 inches. Limitations: Up to 6-part continuous forms may be used. Forms less than 6 inches in length or width and forms greater than 12.5 inches in length should be tested for satisfactory stacking. Applications requiring more than six forms to be fed before separation (tear off) should be tested for satisfactory operation. No limitations exist to limit the printable area on forms. This feature cannot be installed in the 4230 simultaneously with other forms handling features (#9501, #9503, #4001, #4003, and #4004). Maximum: One. Field Installation: Yes. Customer Setup: Yes.

      NOTE: For both the CFM and the DPM, five-and six-part forms should be tested on an individual basis for acceptable feeding, registration, and print quality before production. Likewise, for optimum performance, printing should be restricted to 6.4 mm (0.25 in.) from all edges, holes, or folds on the forms.

    • Document Insertion Device (DID - F3) (#4003):

      Provides an operator changeable "drop in" mechanism to handle individually inserted forms. Includes a snap on guide for the left edge of the form. The right hand set of feed rolls is adjustable to accommodate forms width from 3 inches to 15 inches. Forms length can be from 7 inches to 14 inches. Limitations: Forms over 13 inches wide should be tested for satisfactory feeding and registration. 2-to 6-part forms should be tested for satisfactory feeding, registration, and print quality. Multi-part form sets must not be fastened with staples, and must be glued only at the top edge securely enough to prevent form separation while passing through the printer. This feature cannot be installed in the 0 simultaneously with other forms handling features (#9501, #9502, #4001, #4002, and #4004). Maximum: One. Field Installation: Yes. Customer Setup: Yes.

    • Automatic Sheet Feed (ASF - F4) (#4004):

      The IBM 4230 Auto Sheet Feeder provides an operator changeable mechanism for automatic feeding of cut sheets. Complements NLQ printing for business correspondence applications. Includes three automatic input bins and one manual input bin. Each automatic bin holds up to 220 sheets of variable width 80g/m2 (20 lb) single-part paper. Multi-part forms (up to 4-part) can also be used. The manual bin allows feeding a single sheet of variable width paper, either single or multi-part. The output stacker holds up to 250 sheets of 80g/m2 (20 lb) single-part paper, stacked in sequential order. Bin selection can be controlled by the host system or from the 0 operator panel. All operator control is from the 4230 operator panel; there are no controls or indicators on the ASF device. Limitations: This device cannot be installed simultaneously with other forms handling features (#9501 #9502 #9503 #4001 #4002 #4003). Also, AS/400 system support for paper bin selection can only access two of the three bins provided with the ASF. See ASF paper/forms specifications below. Maximum: One. Field Installation: No, see #4015 for field installation. Customer Setup: Not applicable.

    • EuroReady Coax SCS and ASCII #4962

      Provides capability to print the euro common currency symbol. Maximum: One. Field installation: Yes. Customer Setup: No.

      ASF Paper Specifications:

      Paper meeting the following specifications is acceptable for use in the ASF. All other paper must be tested by the customer for suitable performance.

      • Paper sizes (single or multi-part):
            ASF Bin            Paper Length             Paper Width
        -------------- ---------------------- ---------------------
        Bin 1 (auto) 127-356mm (5-14 in.) 102-356mm (4-14 in.)
        Bin 2 (auto) 203-356mm (8-14 in.) 102-356mm (4-14 in.)
        Bin 3 (auto) 279-356mm (11-14 in.) 102-356mm (4-14 in.)
        Bin 4 (manual) 127-356mm (5-14 in.) 102-356mm (4-14 in.)
      • Paper width within a stack may vary no more than 0.5mm (0.020 in.). Cuts must be orthogonal (90 degrees) with a deviation no greater than 3 angular minutes.
      • Paper type should be one of the following compositions:
        No. 1 sulphite (100 % chemical wood pulp).
        25% to 100% cotton content.
      • Basis weight should be 60 to 100g/m2 (16 to 27 lb) Paper weight given in pounds (lb) is the weight of 500 sheets (one ream) of paper sized 17 x 22 inches.
      • Thickness of a single sheet should be a minimum of 0.086mm (0.0034 in.) and a maximum of 0.117mm (0.0046 in.). (Also see multi-part forms specifications).
      • For optimum performance, use 75 to 90g/m2 (20 to 24 lb) cotton content (25% or 50%) plain bond paper.
      • Multi-part forms can be used in all ASF bins. Tolerances and environmental conditions are more critical for multi-part forms than for single sheets. All multi-part forms must be tested by the customer for suitable performance with the ASF.
      • The top surface of the first sheet of any multi-part form must have a surface smoothness range of 18 to 30 Bekk or 180 to 140 Sheffield.
      • Multi-part forms used on the ASF are restricted to snap-out or top- glued forms only.
      • Multi-part snap-out forms must meet the following specifications (refer to the IBM 0 Printer ASF General Information Manual for an illustration of recommended snap-out form construction):
        Pressure sensitive paper (4 sheets maximum)
        First sheet 70 - 80g/m2 (19 - 21 lb)
        2nd/3rd sheet 40 - 60g/m2 (11 - 16 lb)
        Last sheet 70 - 80g/m2 (19 - 21 lb)
        Carbon sets (4 sheets maximum)
        First sheet 70 - 80g/m2 (19 - 21 lb)
        2nd/3rd sheet 35 - 40g/m2 (9 - 11 lb)
        Last sheet 70 - 80g/m2 (19 - 21 lb)
        Carbon paper 25g/m2 (6.6 lb) approximate
        (Carbon non-coated surface must be rough.)
        Snap-out perforation
        First sheet 3 : 0.8mm
        2nd/3rd sheet 7 : 0.8mm
        Last sheet 7 : 0.8mm
        (Micro-perforations allowed for first and last
        sheets, 72 perfs per inch recommended.)
      • Multi-part top-glued forms must have a top edge that is flat, smooth, and free from any traces of glue. Form sets cut against the grain are more acceptable than sets cut with the grain.
      • Unsatisfactory paper and forms (the following are some of the papers and forms that do not perform reliably or may cause damage to the sheet feed mechanism):
        Coated paper
        Vellums
        Highly sized erasable bond
        Synthetic paper
        Translucents
        Some paper with a cockle finish
        Some multi-part forms not meeting specifications
        Some pressure sensitive adhesive labels
        Some chemically treated paper (ink-impregnated paper)
        Some preprinted forms requiring high registration accuracy for character location
        Envelopes
        Card stock
        Some preprinted paper containing chemicals that contaminate the sheet feed mechanism or change the frictional characteristics of the paper
        Stapled or clipped forms
        Paper with gum surfaces, holes, perforations, cutouts or windows
        Paper with embossment height exceeding 0.5mm (0.020 in.). (Embossments must not be located within 15mm (0.59 in.) of any edge of a sheet)
        Folded documents
        Paper with curl or waviness exceeding 3mm (0.118 in.)
        Reams with edges or corners folded or bonded together
        Paper with poorly cut or rough edges
      • Paper used in the ASF should be new, unused, and without packaging damage.
      • Paper of different types (letterhead, plain, etc.), sizes, or composition should not be mixed or interleaved in the same ASF bin.
      • Paper should not be exposed to adverse temperature and humidity conditions. (Consult the manufacturer for recommended storage environment).
    • Paper Handling Conversion Kit (#4010): Provides parts to convert a printer ordered with FC #4004 (Auto Sheet Feed) to other forms handling features, #4001, #4002 and #4003. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes
    • Paper Handling Conversion Kit (#4015):

      Provides parts to convert a printer ordered without FC #4004 (Auto Sheet Feed) to ASF capability. Consists of the ASF device, cover parts, and supporting publications. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes

    • RS/6000 RS-232 Serial Cable Kit (#3741): Provides RS-232 cable connections to the RISC/System 6000. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes
    • AS/400 Workstation Controller RS-232 Serial Cable (#4342): Provides a 12.2m (40 ft) RS-232 cable for connecting to the serial port of the workstation controller. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes
    • AS/400 Workstation Controller RS-422 Serial Cable (#4346): Provides a 30m (100 ft) RS-422 cable for connecting to the serial port of the AS/400 workstation controller. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes
    • Printer Table (#4460): Provides a sturdy printer table for the IBM 4230 Printer. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes
    • PC Attach Parallel Cable (#5612): Provides a cable for attaching to the parallel port of PCs and compatibles. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes
    • PC Attach RS-422 Cable (#8652): Provides a 15.2m (50 ft) RS-422 cable for connecting to the serial port of PCs and compatibles. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes
    • PC Attach RS-232 Cable (#9386): Provides a 6.1m (20 ft) RS-232 cable for connecting to the serial port of PCs and compatibles. Maximum: One Field installation: Yes Customer Setup: Yes
    Accessories

    A line cord is provided with the printer.

    Attachment cables are not provided. The IBM 4230 is attachable to the same serial or parallel cabling as other IBM printers including the Models 4224-3XX (serial-only), 4234-009 or 4234-013 (serial and parallel), and the 4202 (parallel-only). The IBM 4230 is attachable to the industry standard IBM PC ASCII (Centronics) Parallel cabling. For best results, when replacing one of the machines mentioned above, it is recommended that existing IBM parallel and serial cabling be used. If placing a printer in a new installation or replacing a printer that is not listed above, purchase the proper cable from IBM for best results (reference the feature code section. New PC and RISC/System attachment cables can be purchased from IBM's authorized distributors or from IBM Teleservice and Customer Support (TCS) by part number. Call IBM TCS toll-free at 800-426-2468. Mail orders should be sent to:

           IBM Corporation
    IBM Teleservice and Customer Support
    One Culver Road
    Dayton, NJ 08810

    <>Cable part number references for ordering via TCS are as follows:
    The following PC Attachment cables are available:


    Attachment Part Number Cable Length
    ---------- ----------- ------------
    Parallel 1525612 1.8 m ( 6 ft)
    (or equivalent)
    Serial (RS-232C) 8509386 6.1 m (20 ft)
    Serial (RS-422A) 70X8652 15.2 m (50 ft)


    AS/400 ASCII Attachment:

      Attachment           Part Number
    ---------- -----------
    Parallel to PC 1525612
    (or equivalent)
    Serial to PC 8509386
    (or equivalent)
    Serial to ASCII
    W/S Controller 21F4342 (40 ft RS-232) (1)
    21F4346 (100 ft RS-422) (1)


    NOTE (1) May only be ordered by feature code. Not available through toll
    free order number.

    RS/6000:

    For RS-232C attachment to the IBM RS/6000, an IBM Async cable EIA-232/V.24 (part number 6323741) with a printer/terminal interposer EIA-232 (part number 58F2861).

    IBM 4033 Model 001, Token Ring:

    • IBM Token-Ring Network PC Adapter Cable (IBM part #6339098), if the LAN segment uses IBM Cabling System data grade media and operates at a ring data rate of either 4MBps or 16 MBps.
    • Type 3 Media Filter Cable, if the LAN segment uses telephone twisted- pair media and operates at a ring data rate of 4MBps.

      Note: Cabling distance is as defined in IBM Token Ring Network Introduction and Planning Guide (GA27-3677).

    IBM 4033 Model 002, Ethernet 10BaseT:

    • An 8-pin RJ-45 connector is used to attach unshielded twisted-pair (telephone) cable.

      Note: Cabling distance is as specified in IEEE 802.3 standard for Ethernet 10BaseT.

    IBM 4033 Model 003, Ethernet 10Base2:

    • A BNC jack is used for attaching BNC-T connector provided with the IBM 4033. This BNC-T connector is then used to connect the RG-58 coaxial cable between the networks.

      Note: The IBM 4033 attaches directly to the network through the BNC-T connector.

    IBM 4033 Model 003, Ethernet 10Base5:

    • 15-pin D-shell connector is used for attaching the IBM 4033 to an attachment unit interface (AUI) cable.

      Note: AUI Cable distance as specified in IEEE 802.3 standard for Ethernet 10Base5.

    No new accessories are required, order by RPQ or Feature Code or from local accessories dealer.

    • Printer Table - FC# 4460 (Part Number 1053356)
    Supplies

    None required with the machine order. Supplies are as follows:

    IBM High Yield 4224/4230/4232 Printer Ribbon for the IBM 4230 Printer

    This customer replaceable cartridge ribbon, available with current 4224 and 4230 models, supports general purpose printing as well as automatic identification printing for visible light scanning.

    • Expected life: Average 6 million DP characters
    • Estimated annual usage: 18 to 24 ribbons
    • Standard packaging: 1 per box; 12 per carton
    • Minimum order quantity: 1 ribbon
    • Part number: 1040440

    Multipurpose, IBM 4224/4230/4232 Auto-Inking* Ribbon for the 4230 Printer

    This customer replaceable cartridge ribbon, available with current 4224 and 4230 models, supports multi-purpose printing as well as automatic identification printing for both visible light scanning and infrared light scanning.

    • Expected life: Average 15 million DP characters
    • Estimated annual usage: 7 to 10 ribbons
    • Standard packaging: 1 per box; 6 per carton
    • Minimum order quantity: 1 ribbon
    • Part number: 1040580
    Diskettes

    None.

    Trademarks

    (R), (TM), * Trademark or registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.

    ** Company, product, or service name may be a trademark or service mark of others.

    Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
    IBM Corporation 2004.


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