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HP Color LaserJet CP4005 Printer Series - Configure Device Menu

Introduction

The CONFIGURE DEVICE menu allows to change the default printing settings, adjust the print quality, change the system configuration and I/O options, and reset the default settings.

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Printing menu

These settings affect only jobs without identified properties. Most jobs identify all of the properties and override the values set from this menu. This menu can also be used to set default media size and type.

Printer menu description
Menu item
Values
Description
COPIES
Range: 1 - 32000
Allows to set the default number of copies. The default number is 1.
DEFAULT PAPER SIZE
A list of available sizes appears.
Allows to set the default media size.
DEFAULT CUSTOM PAPER SIZE
  • UNIT OF MEASURE

  • X DIMENSION

  • Y DIMENSION

Allows to set the default size for any job without dimensions. The default unit of measurement is MILLIMETERS.
DUPLEX
  • OFF

  • ON

Allows to enable or disable the duplex function on models with duplexing capability. The default is OFF.
DUPLEX BINDING
  • LONG EDGE

  • SHORT EDGE

Allows to specify which edge of the sheet is to be bound when printing duplex jobs. The default is LONG EDGE.
OVERRIDE A4/LETTER
  • NO

  • YES

Allows to set the printer to print an A4 job on letter-size paper when no A4 paper is loaded. The default is YES.
MANUAL FEED
  • OFF

  • ON

Allows to manually feed media. The default is OFF.
COURIER FONT
  • REGULAR

  • DARK

Allows to select a version of the Courier font. The default is REGULAR.
WIDE A4
  • NO

  • YES

Allows to change the printable area of A4 paper so that eighty 10-pitch characters may be printed on a single line. The default is NO.
PRINT PS ERRORS
  • OFF

  • ON

Allows to select to print PS error pages. The default is OFF.
PRINT PDF ERRORS
  • OFF

  • ON

Allows to select to print PDF error pages. The default is OFF.
PCL
  • FORM LENGTH

  • ORIENTATION

  • FONT SOURCE

  • FONT NUMBER

  • FONT PITCH

  • FONT POINT SIZE

  • SYMBOL SET

  • APPEND CR TO LF

  • SUPPRESS BLANK PAGES

  • MEDIA SOURCE MAPPING

  • FORM LENGTH: Sets vertical spacing from 5 to 128 lines for default paper size.

  • ORIENTATION: Allows to select default page orientation to portrait or landscape.

  • FONT SOURCE: Selects the font source.

  • FONT NUMBER: The printer assigns a number to each font and lists the numbers on the PCL font list. The range is 0 to 999.

  • FONT PITCH: Selects the font pitch. This item might not appear, depending on the font selected. The range is 0.44 to 99.99.

  • FONT POINT SIZE: Selects the font point size. This appears only if a font with a scalable point size is selected as the default font. The range is 4.00 to 999.75.

  • SYMBOL SET: Selects any one of several available symbol sets at the printer control panel. A symbol set is a unique grouping of all the characters in a font. PC-8 or PC-850 is recommended for line-draw characters.

  • APPEND CR TO LF: Select Yes to append a carriage return to each line-feed that is encountered in backward-compatible PCL jobs (pure text, no job control). Some environments indicate a new line by only the line-feed control code. Use this option appends the required carriage return to each line feed.

  • SUPPRESS BLANK PAGES: When generating personal PCL, extra form feeds are included that would cause a blank page to be printed. Select Yes for form feeds to be ignored if the page is blank.

  • The PCL5 MEDIA SOURCE MAPPING command selects an input tray by a number that maps to the various available trays and feeders.

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Print quality menu

This menu allows to adjust all aspects of print quality, including calibration, registration, and color halftone settings.

Print quality menu description
Menu item
Values
Description
ADJUST COLOR
  • HIGHLIGHTS

  • MIDTONES

  • SHADOWS

  • RESTORE COLOR VALUES

Allows to modify the half tone settings for each color. The default for each color is 0.
SET REGISTRATION
  • PRINT TEST PAGE

  • Source

  • ADJUST TRAY X

Shifts the margin alignment to center the image on the page from top to bottom, and left to right. The image that is printed on the front can also be aligned with the image that is printed on the back.
PRINT TEST PAGE: Prints a test page that shows the current registration settings.
Source: Allows to select the tray for which the test page is to be printed. If installed, optional trays appear as selections, where [N] is the number of the tray.
ADJUST TRAY X: Sets the registration fro the specified tray, where [N] is the number of the tray. A selection appears for each tray that is installed, and registration must be set for each tray.
  • X1 SHIFT: Registration of the image on the paper from side to side, as the paper lies in the tray. For duplexing, this side is the second side (back) of the paper.

  • X2 SHIFT: Registration of the image on the paper from side to side, as the paper lies in the tray, for the first side (front) of a duplexed page. This item appears only if a duplexer is installed and enabled. Set the X1 SHIFT first.

  • Y SHIFT: Registration of the image on the paper from top to bottom, as the paper lies in the tray.

AUTO SENSE MODE
  • TRAY 1 SENSING

  • TRAY 2-N SENSING

Allows to set trays to automatically sense the type of paper loaded.
PRINT MODES
A list of available modes appears.
Allows to associate each media type with a specific print mode.
OPTIMIZE
A list of available parameters appears.
  • BELT CONTACT

  • CACO3 PAPER

  • TALC PAPER

  • BACKGROUND 1

  • BACKGROUND 2

  • TRANSPARENCY

  • MEDIA TYPE

  • REGISTRATION

  • LONG PAPER

  • PRE-ROTATION

  • RE-TRANSFER

  • FUSER TEMP

  • TRAY 1

  • RESTORE OPTIMIZE

Allows to optimize certain parameters for all jobs rather than optimizing by media type.
QUICK CALIBRATE NOW
No value to select.
Performs partial printer calibrations.
CALIBRATE NOW
No value to select.
Performs all printer calibrations.
COLOR RET
  • OFF

  • ON

The COLOR RET menu item allows to turn on or turn off the printer REt (Resolution Enhancement Technology) setting. The default is ON.
CLEANING INTERVAL
  • 1000

  • 2000

  • 5000

  • 10000

  • 20000

Select CLEANING INTERVAL to set the interval for automatic cleaning. The intervals correspond to the number of pages that the printer has printed. The default is 1000.
AUTO CLEANING
  • OFF

  • ON

Select AUTO CLEANING to turn automatic cleaning on or off. The default is Off.
CREATE CLEANING PAGE
No value to select.
Select CREATE CLEANING PAGE to create a cleaning page for the HP Color LaserJet CP4005n printer. The HP Color LaserJet CP4005dn printer is equipped with an external duplexer and generates a cleaning page automatically when PROCESS CLEANING PAGE is selected.
PROCESS CLEANING PAGE
No value to select.
Select PROCESS CLEANING PAGE to process the cleaning page.

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System setup menu

The SYSTEM SETUP menu allows to make changes to general printer configuration default settings such as sleep mode, printer personality (language), and jam recovery.

System setup menu description
Menu item
Values
Description
Date/Time
  • DATE

  • Date Format

  • TIME

  • Time Format

Allows to set various configurations for the date format when setting the date and select a 12-hour or 24-hour clock when setting time.
SHOW ADDRESS
  • AUTO

  • OFF

This item determines whether the printer’s IP address is shown on the display with the Ready message. The default is OFF.
Restrict Color
  • DISABLE COLOR

  • ENABLE COLOR

  • COLOR IF ALLOWED

Disables or restricts color use. The default is ENABLE COLOR. To use the COLOR IF ALLOWED setting, set up user permissions through the embedded Web server, HP Easy Printer Care, and Web Jetadmin.
COLOR/BLACK MIX
  • AUTO

  • MOSTLY COLOR PAGES

  • MOSTLY BLACK PAGES

This menu item establishes how the printer switches from color to monochrome (black and white) mode for maximum performance and print cartridge life.
AUTO will reset the printer to the factory default setting. The default is AUTO.
Select MOSTLY COLOR PAGES if nearly all of the print jobs are color with high page coverage.
Select MOSTLY BLACK PAGES if mostly monochrome print jobs are printed, or a combination of color and monochrome print jobs.
TRAY BEHAVIOR
  • USE REQUESTED TRAY

  • MANUALLY FEED PROMPT

  • PS DEFER MEDIA

  • SIZE/TYPE PROMPT

  • USE ANOTHER TRAY

  • DUPLEX BLANK PAGES

  • IMAGE ROTATION

Allows to specify settings for the tray selection behavior. (This setting allows to configure the trays to behave like trays in some previous HP printers and to configure two-sided printing behavior for pre-printed paper.)
The default for USE REQUESTED TRAY is EXCLUSIVELY
The default for USE ANOTHER TRAY is ENABLED
The default for MANUALLY FEED PROMPT is ALWAYS
PS DEFER MEDIA affects how paper is handled when printing from an Adobe PS print driver. ENABLED uses HP’s paper handling. Disabled uses the Adobe PS paper handling. The default is ENABLED
The default for DUPLEX BLANK PAGES is AUTO
The default for IMAGE ROTATION is Standard
Sleep Delay
  • 1 Minute

  • 15 MINUTES0

  • 30 MINUTES

  • 45 MINUTES

  • 60 MINUTES

  • 90 MINUTES

  • 2 HOURS

  • 4 HOURS

Reduces power consumption when the printer has been inactive for the selected period. The default is 30 MINUTES
WAKE TIME
A list of day and hour variables appears.
When enabled, the default is daily at 7:00 AM. This menu item opens a wizard that can be used to set the printer wake time.
DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS
Range is 1 through 10.
Sets the brightness of the control panel display. The default is 5.
PERSONALITY
  • AUTO

  • PCL

  • PDF

  • PS

Sets the default personality to automatic switching, PCL, PDF, or PostScript emulation modes. The default is AUTO
CLEARABLE WARNINGS
  • JOB

  • ON

Sets whether a warning is cleared on the control panel or when another job is sent. The default is JOB
AUTO CONTINUE
  • OFF

  • ON

Determines printer behavior when the system generates an Auto Continuable error. The default is ON
REPLACE SUPPLIES
  • STOP AT LOW

  • STOP AT OUT

  • OVERRIDE AT OUT

Sets printer behavior when a cartridge is low. The default is STOP AT LOW. This option allows the printer to continue printing until a color supply is exhausted. When the printer is set to STOP AT OUT, printing pauses until the color supply is replaced. OVERRIDE AT OUT allows printing to continue when a color supply is out, but displays a warning that override is in use and that the supply must be replaced.
ORDER AT
RANGE=0-100
The user can set the percent remaining at which the ORDER AT message appears. The default is 15.
COLOR SUPPLY OUT
  • STOP

  • AUTOCONTINUE BLACK

Sets the COLOR SUPPLY OUT printer behavior when a color supply is empty. When the printer is set to AUTOCONTINUE BLACK, the printer will continue printing using black toner only. The default is STOP
JAM RECOVERY
  • AUTO

  • OFF

  • ON

Sets whether the printer will attempt to reprint pages after a jam. The default is AUTO
RAM DISK
  • AUTO

  • OFF

Allows to specify how the RAM disk is configured. When set to AUTO, the printer determines the optimal RAM disk size based on the amount of available memory. The default is AUTO. This message displays in models that do not have a hard disk installed.
LANGUAGE
A listing of available languages appears.
Sets the default language. The default language is ENGLISH

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I/O menu

This menu allows to configure the printer’s I/O options.

I/O menu description
Menu item
Values
Description
I/O TIMEOUT
15 Seconds
Range: 5 - 300
Allows to set the printer I/O timeout in seconds.
EMBEDDED JETDIRECT MENU
The values may vary. Possible values may include:
  • TCP/IP

  • SECURE WEB

  • RESET SECURITY

  • LINK SPEED

TCP/IP: Use the TCP/IP menu to configure basic TCP/IP settings.
SECURE WEB: Specify whether the embedded Web server accepts communications by using only secure HTTP (HTTPS) or by using both HTTP and HTTPS.
RESET SECURITY: Specifies whether the current security settings on the print server are saved or reset to factory defaults.
LINK SPEED: Selects the network link speed and communication mode for the 10/100T print server. To ensure proper communication, the Jetdirect settings must match those of the network.

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Resets menu

The RESETS menu allows to reset factory settings, disable and enable sleep mode, and update the printer after new supplies are installed.

Resets menu description
Menu item
Values
Description
RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS
None.
Allows to clear the page buffer, remove all perishable personality data, reset the printing environment, and return all default settings to factory defaults.
SLEEP MODE
Values are ON and OFF
Allows to enable and disable sleep mode. The default is ON

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