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HP Designjet 755CM Printer - Product Specifications
Serial number location
When looking at the front of the printer, the serial number is located directly above the power cord on the left rear panel.
The HP DesignJet 755CM printer is a large-format, color and monochrome, Inkjet printer that provides hardcopy output of computer program data.
Large-format plots of high resolution and quality are generated for applications such as:
The printer accepts data from graphics, CAD, and other software programs supporting the following languages:
The printer supports HP-GL/2 with both the Roman and the Japanese Kanji character sets (provided the Kanji ROM SIMM is fitted).
Cable restrictions for the printer are determined by the type of interface being used. Recommendations for each interface are supplied in the following paragraphs.
The use of short cables (each less than 15 meters or 50 feet) is recommended for the RS-232-C interface. A longer cable is permissible, provided the load capacitance does not exceed 2500 picofarads.
The use of a short cable (less than 2 meters or 6.6 ft.) is recommended for the Centronics interface.
HP JetDirect interface card
HP recommends using industry standard and compliant cabling for the LocalTalk (serial and AppleTalk connections), RJ 45 (10Base-T), and BNC (10Base-2) ports. The longer the cable, the higher the quality required of that cable.
Interfaces and network information
The HP DesignJet 755CM printer has a bidirectional IEEE 1284 ECP - compliant parallel interface, an RS-232 serial (9-pin) interface, an HP-IB interface, and an HP JetDirect card or interface (part number J2552A) for Ethernet 10Base-T/BNC and LocalTalk preinstalled in the MIO expansion slot.
Following are network operating systems supporting the HP DesignJet 755CM printer:
Novell NetWare, Microsoft (R) LAN Manager for OS/2, Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95, Networking Windows NT, IBM LAN Server for OS/2, HP-UX, SunOS, Solaris, SCO UNIX (R), IBM AIX AT and TGIS, Tandem, MPE-ix, LANtpstJC Power Suite, and AppleTalk (EtherTalk and LocalTalk). Use in UNIX environments requires additional HP JetDirect software.
C3196A = E/A0-size printer.
NOTE: See also Supplies Source catalog and (in Europe and U.S.) Media Reference Guide. From time to time, new media types may become available. For up-to-date information, please contact an HP dealer or local HP Sales and Support Office.
NOTE: *Except for glossy media types, on which the resolution is always 300 dpi.
The printers handle sheet media and roll media. Supported standard sizes are as follows:
The printers handle media that does not exceed the following maximum and minimum:
Black InkJet print cartridge
Color InkJet print cartridge
The HP DesignJet 755CM printer has 71 MB of memory. It has 4 MB of standard on-board RAM, plus 3 additional MB used internally, as well as two pre-installed 32 MB SIMMs.
"Normal" printer use
"Normal" printer use means less than:
If drawings are smaller than E/A0, the number of pages per day could be higher.
If the printer is being used less than this, it is unlikely it will need to be serviced. If the printer is being used more than this, it is possible that, after a time, it will need to be serviced. The printer itself keeps an internal count of total pages printed and total passes of the print cartridges. If the front panel periodically displays Status: Maintenance Advised, this means that the use of the printer has exceeded one of the following:
Contact the local HP dealer or HP service engineer to arrange a service. After the service, the message will disappear. If the message is ignored, the printer may continue to be used as normal, but may meet a number of operational or print-quality problems.
The current count of the two statistics can be seen on the Service Configuration Plot.
To print the service configuration plot
One-Year, Onsite, Next Day Hardware Warranty
Except when purchased as part of a system, Hewlett-Packard warrants the graphics peripheral hardware product against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from receipt by the end user (proof of purchase required). If HP receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will either, at its option, repair or replace products that prove to be defective.
Should HP be unable to repair or replace the product within a reasonable amount of time, the customer's alternative exclusive remedy shall be refund of the purchase price upon return of the product.
If this product was purchased as part of an HP system in a coordinated shipment or as a system add-on, it is warranted against defects in material and workmanship during the same period as the HP system.