I-O 9226 Coax Attachment for 4226
The I-O 9226 Internal Coax Printer Interface provides attachment of a Lexmark/IBM 4226 model printer to an IBM 30XX, 937X, 43XX host; or 3174, 3274 and 3276 control units.
The I-O 9226 offers true IBM 3268, 3262, 3287, 4214, and 4224 (non-IPDS) printer emulations, and supports all applicable IBM RPQs.
Installation and setup are simple through Host download commands, or push-button setup. The I-O Command Pass-Thru feature allows complete access to all user-programmable printer features. The I-O 9226 offers tremendous printing flexibility with its intelligent Host/PC printer sharing port.
Optional on-site service is available though IBM.
IBM compatible printing, PLUS additional features provide significant cost savings over traditional coax printing.
|Host Systems:||IBM 43XX, 30XX, or 937X Host Processors or 3174, 3274, and 3276 Control Units|
|Interface:||High-speed 3270 protocol via RG62A/U coax to Centronics parallel|
|Power:||Supplied by the printer|
|Environment:||Temperature: +40 to 110 F (+5 to 42 C)|
Relative humidity: 20% to 85%
Optimum: 70 +/- 15 F (24 +/- 8 C)
|Attaches to IBM 43XX, 30XX, or 937X Host Processors or 3174, 3274, and 3267 Control Units|
|IBM 3262, 3268, 3287, 4214, and 4224 (non-IPDS) Printer Emulations|
|LU3 (DSC) and LU1 (SCS) Mode Printing|
|Supports all Applicable IBM RPQs|
|Supports all IBM Languages|
|Optional IBM On-Site Service Available|
|Complete IBM compatibility for 3262, 3268, 3287, 4214-1, and 4224 (non-IPDS) printer emulations.|
|Easy Setup||Push-button setup allows users to select 3270 operational features with the PA1 and PA2 push-buttons.|
|Host Download Commands||Allow users to select commonly used 3270 setup selections and additional features.|
|IBM Printer Support||Supports the Lexmark/IBM 4226 model printer.|
|I-O Command Pass-Thru||Allows user access to all programmable printer functions.|
|Host Controlled Print Quality||Allows the user to select print quality, including the printer's FastDraft printing.|
|Custom User Strings||Allow the user to assign commonly used printer commands to simple identifiers which can be sent to the printer prior to printing a document.|
|Sophisticated Diagnostics||Self test and EBCDIC hex printouts provide quick problem resolution, troubleshooting and configuration review.|