IBM Infoprint 70 (2770-001, 2770-002)
IBM 2770-001 IBM Infoprint 70 refurbished parts in stock
Fully refurbished with 90-day warranty
|Toner2 (69G7372) yields up to 45,000 impressions per bottle at 4% coverage|
69G7372 Infoprint 70 Toner (Incl.3 Toner Collector Bottles) 30000 x 6
|Drum Unit (69G7373) yields up to 400,000 impressions at 4% coverage|
69G7373 Infoprint 70 Drum Unit 400000
|Fuser Cleaning Web (69G7374) yields up to 320,000 impressions at 4% coverage|
69G7374 Infoprint 70 Fuser Cleaning Web 320000
|Staple Cartridge (90H3570): 5,000 staples per cartridge|
90H3570 Staple Refill Sets
IBM InfoPrint 70
The Infoprint 70's flexible attachment capability and excellent reliability enable high-quality printing of e-business applications.
- e-business ready
- High-quality, high-volume cut-sheet printer with compact footprint
- Advanced IBM controller and imaging technology
- Supports native AFP/IPDS printing
- Up to 70 impressions per minute
- Excellent 600-dpi print quality
- Automated conversion of 240, 300 or 600 dpi AFP/IPDS applications
- 10/100 BaseTX Ethernet or Token-Ring attachment
- Input capacity up to 6,150 sheets
- PCL and Adobe PostScript support through Infoprint Manager
- Flexible finishing capabilities
Maintain top productivity
With the Infoprint 70, you can produce up to 400,000 impressions per month1, and even complex jobs can run at or near the rated speed of 70 impressions per minute. Advanced controller technology ensures native support for IBM Advanced Function Printing (AFP) and Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS). Page level error detection and recovery capabilities help prevent job resends, minimize human intervention and streamline printing.
Excellent print quality
New imaging technology enhances the appearance of graphics and scanned images, with crisp halftones, improved solid area fill and enhanced gray scale capability. In addition, the printer's flexible multi-resolution support allows users to run existing 240 or 300 dpi applications and print them at 600 dpi.
Fulfill challenging user requirements through the printer's large input capacity, robust media handling capabilities and multiple datastream support. An input capacity of up to 6,150 sheets through five trays gives you the ability to choose from different media sizes, weights and stocks including large paper sizes and heavier paper weights without delay. Using Infoprint Manager, you gain support for PostScript and PCL datastreams, allowing you to process jobs from a variety of applications.
IBM Infoprint 70 at a glance
Up to 70 impressions per minute (ipm)
Up to 400,000 impressions per month
600 dpi (printer will convert 240/300 dpi AFP/IPDS to 600 dpi)
128 MB standard/256 MB maximum
400 MHz RISC
Standard input capacity: Two 500-sheet trays; One 2000-sheet tray; One 150-sheet auxiliary tray
Optional input capacity:Optional tray: 3000-sheet high-capacity feeder (A4 or letter size only)
Standard output capacity: One 200-sheet stacker; One 2000-sheet stacker with stapling capability (up to 50 sheets)
A5 (148 x 210 mm) through 12"x18" (304.8 x 457.2 mm)
Note: Letter/A4 (long edge feed) or smaller paper sizes run at up to 70 ipm. Other paper sizes run at up to 35 ipm.
Copier/xerographic papers and labels: 16 to 53 lbs. (60 to 199 gsm)
Printer Attachments (One Required)
Optional NIC: Fast Ethernet 10/100BaseTX (Auto Switching) or Token-Ring (TCP/IP only)
Server Platform Support
S/390 (G5, G6 Parallel Enterprise Servers, Multiprise, Integrated and ES/9000);
AS/400 (AS/400e servers and systems, AS/400 Advanced Series); RS/6000 servers and workstations; Netfinity servers
Infoprint Manager for Microsoft Windows NT/2000 and AIX ; PSF for OS/390 ; PSF/400 ; PSF/MVS; AFP PrintSuite and AFP Utilities for AS/400 ; Infoprint Server (OS/390 Print Server, IP PrintWay and NetSpool)
Depth Height Width Weight
Base model:50.5"/1,281mm 40.7"/1,035mm 56.5"/1,434mm 518lb./235kg
Fully configured: 50.5"/1,281mm 40.7"/1,035mm 72.2"/1,834mm 560lb./254kg
Voltage: 200 - 240V, 50/60 Hz
Operating Temperature: 50 to 90 F (10 to 32 C);
Relative Humidity: 20% to 80% RH; 26 C max. wet bulb;
Altitude: 0 - 7,000 feet (0-2,133 meters);
Acoustics: 63 dBA (operating), 53 dBA (standby)
Toner2 (69G7372) yields up to 45,000 impressions per bottle at 4% coverage
Drum Unit (69G7373) yields up to 400,000 impressions at 4% coverage
Fuser Cleaning Web (69G7374) yields up to 320,000 impressions at 4% coverage
Staple Cartridge (90H3570): 5,000 staples per cartridge
1IBM does not recommend reaching this monthly maximum on a consistent basis.
2Toner package contains six toner bottles and three toner collector bottles.
Benefits of the Infoprint 70 include:
The Infoprint 70 uses an IBM high-performance controller with a 400 MHz PowerPC 750 processor, IBM printer co-processor, an internal 64 bit data bus, and a 32 bit address bus running at 66 MHz. It has a standard 3.2 GB capacity or greater hard drive and a Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Bus for a Network Interface Card (NIC). The Infoprint 70 controller has flash memory to support printer code upgrade.
Included in the controller are:
Printer System Attachment Interfaces
The Infoprint 70 offers high quality print resolution of 600 x 600 DPI. It supports up to 32 levels of gray for IOCA images. The printer will convert 240/300 DPI AFP/IPDS to 600 DPI in enhanced print mode.
The Infoprint 70 uses a new imaging technology which prints single dot lines clearly and produces excellent solid area fill.
The maximum monthly usage for the Infoprint 70 is up to 400,000 impressions. IBM does not recommend printing this monthly maximum on a consistent basis.
First print-out time is the time from when the printer receives a start printing signal in "READY" state until one sheet of paper is printed and delivered.
The printer reaches the "READY" state within 240 seconds of power on.
The maximum rated engine speeds are as follows (Impressions Per Minute).
Tray 1,2,3 Aux. Tray
Note:SEF = short edge feed, LEF = long edge feed
Note:(1) Not supported in tray 1.
The maximum monthly usage of Infoprint 70 is up to 400,000 impressions. IBM does not recommend printing to this monthly maximum on a consistent basis.
The following paper sizes/media types are supported in the input trays and output stackers (see note 1):
Tray Trays Aux. Opt. Main Main Upper
Note:(1) Some print media, although they may conform to size and weight specifications, may still not perform to your expectations. Print quality, jam rates, fuser life and output stacking can be affected by the printing environment (temperature and humidity) and characteristics of the paper (structure, moisture content, smoothness or thickness); refer to IBM Document G544-3915 for paper specifications. IBM STRONGLY RECOMMENDS YOU TEST SMALL AMOUNTS OF PRINT MEDIA USING YOUR PRINTING APPLICATION BEFORE PURCHASING LARGE QUANTITIES OF THE MEDIA OR RUNNING LARGE PRINT VOLUMES.
Note:(2) 208 mm maximum stack height. Up to 2000 sheets copier/xerographic paper (20lb/75gsm).
Note:(3) 50 mm maximum stack height. Up to 500 sheets of copier/xerographic paper (20lb/75gsm).
Note:(4) 15 mm maximum stack height. Up to 150 sheets of copier/xerographic paper (20lb/75gsm).
Note:(5) 340 mm maximum stack height. Up to 3000 sheets of copier/xerographic paper (20lb/75gsm).
Both output stackers support face-down stacking only.
Duplex printing is supported standard. See media type table for media types supported. Duplex printing is not supported with Auxiliary Tray.
Stapling is supported standard with Main Stacker. See paper size table for paper sizes supported. Three stapling positions are supported and maximum of 50 sheets can be stapled at one time (up to 80 gsm weight or 5.0 mm thickness). However, this is dependent upon the stiffness of the paper.
Jog function is supported by the Main Stacker. Jogging and stapling are mutually exclusive and cannot be selected simultaneously. When both operations are selected, stapling overrides the jogging function.
Media Types Supported(1):
Tray Trays Aux. Opt. Main Main Upper
Note:(1) Some print media, although they may conform to size and weight specifications, may not perform to your expectations. Print quality, jam rates, fuser life, and output stacking can be affected by the printing environment (temperature and humidity) and characteristics of the paper (structure, moisture content, smoothness or thickness); refer to IBM Document G544-3915 for general guideline specifications. IBM STRONGLY RECOMMENDS YOU TEST SMALL AMOUNTS OF PRINT MEDIA USING YOUR PRINTING APPLICATION BEFORE PURCHASING LARGE QUANTITIES OF THE MEDIA OR RUNNING LARGE PRINT VOLUMES.
Note:(2) Duplex printing is not supported.
Note:(3) Using Auxiliary tray is recommended.
Note:(4) Letter or A4 size is required.
Infoprint 70 has a simplified operator panel with scrolling capability. It consists of 8 keys, 4 LED status indicators and a 2 x 20 character display. The scrolling of text messages offers enhanced information for the operator.
The 8 keys consist of the following:
The 4 LED Status Indicators are:
Printer status, intervention conditions, and menu items are displayed. Operator panel functions include:
Size and Weight
Unpacked size and weight are as follows:
Width Depth Height Weight
Note:(1) Print engine
Note:(2) Standard Finisher
Note:(3) Optional High Capacity Feeder
Infoprint 70 has only one model for worldwide:
Power Consumption and Thermal Output
Typical power consumption in Watts, British Thermal Units per Hour (BTU/HR) and Volt-Amperes (VA) are listed below.
Watts BTU/HR VA
Note:Infoprint 70 meets the EPA Energy Star specification of 45 Watts or lower.
Infoprint 70 ozone emissions are less than 0.02 parts per million (ppm) for an 8-hour Timed Weighted Average (TWA) limit. This is less than the UL 1950 present recommended long term exposure limit for ozone which is 0.1 ppm calculated as an 8-hour TWA concentration.
Note:The Energy Star emblem does not represent EPA endorsement of any product or service.
Host Systems Supported
Infoprint 70 supports the following host systems:
Physical Protocol Operating System
PSF(TM)/MVS Support Summary
PSF/MVS PSF for OS/390
PSF/MVS Support Notes
PSF/400 Support Summary
Infoprint Manager Summary
Printer Resident Web pages
The Infoprint 70 supports printer resident Web pages to view printer and job status and to configure printer settings via a Web browser.
Printer Resident Web site
The Infoprint 70 includes printer resident Web pages. The Web pages can be viewed by an industry standard browser using the printer IP address. Public Web pages are available to all users. Administrator Web pages are provided for configurator functions. Administrator Web pages require password access. The type of Web pages include:
Infopri Tray 1,2,3 Aux. Traynt 70 supports remote device management via a Web browser. Browsers supported include:
Infoprint 70 supports these AFP/IPDS functional enhancements:
In addition to the AFP/IPDS enhancements, Infoprint 70 provides a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) standard with preloaded Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) Outline Font Resources. This is a benefit to applications which use double byte characters.
Infoprint 70 has the following limitations on AFP/IPDS capabilities as compared to the 3130, 3160 and Infoprint 60 printers:
AFP/IPDS SBCS Resident Font Support
Printer resident fonts are supported using outline font technology. Under native mode, all printer-resident AFP/IPDS fonts are accessible to PSF.
AFP/IPDS DBCS Resident Raster Font Support
The following AFP font products are available in resident form as standard in Infoprint 70 printer. These fonts provide 240 pel capability for Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Thai languages.
These fonts are only available in raster form at 240 pel.
Though AFP Japanese Font 5771-AGB consists of 23 sizes of DBCS fonts and 20 sizes of SBCS fonts, the SBCS fonts are NOT available in this resident raster font set.
EBCDIC Attachment Language Support
The language and associated code page support below is based on the current SAA Core Interchange Resident Code Page Support and 4028 Compatibility Resident Code Page Set. Only EBCDIC code pages are listed.
Language Code Page Character Set
Note:(3) Equivalent Euro Code Page
Greek 183 CP423 218
Note:(3) Equivalent Euro Code Page
PCL/PostScript Features (Optional)
Two PCL and Adobe PostScript features are now available. These features include:
The PCL/PostScript Module (features 4820 and 4821) includes Single Byte Character Set support. The PCL/PostScript Japanese Module (features 4810 and 4811) includes Double Byte Character Set support. Included are the Morisawa fonts. This feature should only be ordered if double byte support is required.
Features 4820/4821 and 4810/4811 are mutually exclusive and only one of them can be ordered. If the MES version is ordered (feature numbers 4821 or 4811) the existing hard drive will be replaced and the customer needs to download resource fonts again to the new hard drive.
Attachment/Operating System Support:
Physical Protocol Operating System(1)
IBM OS/400 ASCII Printer Support
Infoprint 70 is supported as an ASCII(PCL) printer via a Workstation Customization Object under the Host Print Transform (HPT) facility of OS/400 V3.2 and higher.
HPT transforms the AFPDS data stream to ASCII data stream which can be sent to this printer when attached directly to a Token-Ring or Ethernet LAN via TCP/IP. That connection can use either of the following two TCP/IP drivers:
HPT support (AFP to ASCII) includes the following limitations:
PCL Font Support
The optional PCL/PostScript feature supports the PCL resident fonts, include the following:
Note:(1) Only available in a limited set of symbol sets.
PCL fonts are not accessible via AFP/IPDS, nor can PCL access AFP/IPDS fonts.
PCL Symbols Set Support
This feature supports the following PCL Symbol sets:
Name Abreviation ID
Note:(1) Only available in Courier, Helvetica and Times New Roman typefaces.
Adobe PostScript Character Set Support
Character Set Encoding Vector
PostScript Font Support
The optional PCL/PostScript Modules supports the Adobe PostScript 3 fonts including the following 136 fonts:
Typeface # of Fonts Typeface # of Fonts
PostScript fonts are not accessible via AFP/IPDS, nor can PostScript access AFP/IPDS fonts.
The following Adobe PostScript 3 resident Japanese DBCS fonts are supported with feature numbers 4810/4811.
The following drivers are available for PCL/PostScript:
Network Printer Resource Utility (NPRU)
Network Printer Resource Utility (NPRU) is an application that provides a repository (resource inventory) for fonts and overlays (macros) on a workstation with access to an IBM network printer. Once a font or overlay has been added to the NPRU inventory, it can be downloaded to RAM or hard drive.
The font formats supported are PCL Intellifonts, TrueType, and PostScript Type-1. Fonts and overlays that are downloaded are available to workstation applications when the network printer drivers are selected. NPRU is a separate program that uses the printer drivers to download. It is supported for:
Operating System Data Stream
Some drivers offer font and overlay download capability in the driver. See table below. The font format supported is PostScript Type 1. Fonts and overlays that are downloaded are available to workstation applications when the network printer drivers are selected. NPRU is a separate program that uses the printer drivers to download.
Operating System Data Stream
Note:(1) Download of truetype fonts is not currently supported.
NPRU is shipped with the printer on CD-ROM, but to get the most current version see the IBM Printing Systems Company Home Page at:
IBM Network Printer Manager (NPM) for Windows Utility
IBM provides the Network Printer Manager (NPM) Utility with an easy- to-use graphical interface for network administrators. Infoprint 70 is supported on NPM version 4.21. NPM runs on Microsoft Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 platforms.
Network administrators can setup e-mail or pager notifications for Infoprint 70. Whether printers are low on toner, out of paper, or need attention, these notifications can get the information to the right source without delay, improving printer up-time and end user productivity.
NPM helps users install and configure IBM network printers in LANs, including Novell networks (Bindery and NDS). NPM monitors printers and provides printer status using the industry-standard, open-systems SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Printer MIB and private enterprise MIBs.
Some examples of the information available using SNMP are as follows:
Other functions provided by NPM include:
NPM uses the following protocols:
Client Operating Control Configurable
TCP/IP Network Port Monitor Utility
The IBM TCP/IP Network Port Monitor provides bi-directional printer and job status for the Infoprint 70. It runs on Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 print servers. Clients on the following systems can benefit from the port monitor if they use a printer that was defined on a Windows NT 4.0 machine and is shared to the network:
Some of the benefits of the TCP/IP Network Port Monitor are as follows:
LPR Remote Printing Client
The LPR Remote Printing Client utility provides a TCP/IP port monitor for seamless Windows 95/98/Me network printing. This port monitor can be used on Windows 95/98 to direct print jobs from Windows applications to IBM Workgroup printers. This utility supports other printers or print servers that run a TCP/IP LPD print server. The port monitor can be used on mobile systems for remote printing or it can be used on department print servers in an unattended print server mode.
This package also includes a command line LPR executable program for printing jobs directly. The LPR program, called IBMLPR.EXE, provides a standard RFC 1179 compliant printing interface and allows the -S and -P parameters to be set by way of environment variables so that drag and drop printing can be enabled for a default printer.
Web Ready Printing
Using a Browser To Submit Print Jobs
Two methods of submitting a print job to the printer are available with Infoprint 70. They are referred to as (pull) and (push) printing.
For reference, the conventional method of job submission from a workstation is to select File and Print from an application menu. This process uses a print driver to create a print job which is then sent from the local workstation to the printer. Depending upon the installation configuration, the job may be sent directly to the printer, or to a print server and then to the printer.
With pull printing, a browser is used to access a web page in the printer. The user fills in an entry field on the web page with an internet address (or URL) of an existing file to be printed. An example would be a tax form that is available from a government web site. After entering the URL of the file, the user clicks on the Submit button. This submits the URL to the printer. The printer then retrieves and processes the file from the remote server identified by the URL. The file is transferred over the network only once (from the remote server to the printer). Conventional printing of a remote file requires the transfer of the file over the network twice (from the remote server to the local workstation and then to the printer).
Files printed using Pull Printing must be in the correct format to be successfully processed. Supported formats include the following:
Supported transfer protocols include HTTP, FTP and Gopher via a proxy server. In order for the printer to reach a server that is on the other side of a firewall, the proxy server must provide access through the firewall. The address of the proxy server is a configuration item in the printer that can be set by the printer administrator.
Pull printing provides a one step method of printing existing documents or forms that are available on many web sites. Pull printing can also be used to update the microcode of a printer by entering the URL of the microcode update file. The microcode file can be retrieved over the internet from the IBM Printing Systems web site (www.ibm.com/printers) or from a server configured by the printer administrator.
Push printing also uses a browser to submit a print job. As with Pull Print, the user fills in an entry field on the web page that identifies the name of an existing file to be printed. For push printing, the identified file must be accessible as a local file to the workstation. After entering the name of the file, the user clicks the submit button. The browser reads the file and transfers it to the printer. As with Pull Print, the file must be in a supported format, including the following:
Push printing provides a simple method of printing an existing document on any printer that can be reached with a browser.
IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) was commissioned by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and developed under the guidance of the Printer Working Group printing industry consortium. As such, IPP is better defined than its LPR predecessor (RFC 1179) and is now being adopted as a new standard for printing and job control in networks and over the Internet.
Infoprint 70 includes an IPP server that can accept jobs from an IPP client using HTTP/1.1 as the transport protocol as defined in IPPv1.0. An IPPv1.0 client is required on any operating system from which you want to do IPP printing. For example, Infoprint 70 can accept jobs submitted using IPP from the IPP client for Windows NT. IBM provides IPP clients for the following software solutions:
A list of additional third party IPP clients is available from the Printer Working Group Web site at the following:
SNMP MIB Support
Infoprint 70 supports industry standard open-systems SNMP printer MIBs.
Novell NetWare Support
Novell NetWare connectivity is supported via Token-Ring and Ethernet Adapters as PSERVER or RPRINTER.
With a standard hard disk, incoming print jobs can be spooled onto the hard disk if the printer is busy. Other types of jobs, such as PDF files, must be spooled because they cannot start printing until the entire job is received. Other types of jobs (PostScript, PCL) can either be sent directly to the printer or be spooled on the hard disk. Some types of jobs, such as AFP/IPDS files, cannot be spooled because they require communication back to the transmitting host concerning their print status.
Infoprint 70 allows the administrator to customize the printer so that all but AFP/IPDS jobs are spooled to the hard disk before printing. In some cases, this can reduce network traffic by minimizing the number of attempts to resend a job to a busy printer. The default spooling setting is to spool all but AFP/IPDS jobs. The setting can be changed on the operator panel or from the printer's Web page.
PCL Symbols Set Support
Infoprint 70 supports the following PCL Symbol sets:
Name Abbreviation ID
Adobe PostScript Character Set Support
Character Set Encoding Vector
Printer Resident Font Support
Note:(1) Supported via ISO Latin 1.
Note:(2) We do not support ISOAdobeCE.
Note:(1) Translated publications availability is based on country translation center commitment dates received from TPS.
Operator Panel Message Languages
Note:(1) The operator panel template is translated into all the languages listed here.
Web Page Languages
The translations will be limited to user web pages only.
Network Printer Manager (NPM) Languages
TCP/IP Network Port Monitor Languages
Translation will be available in English only.
NPRU (Network Printer Resource Utility)
Network Printer Manager (NPM)
TCP/IP Network Port Monitor Utility
Windows NT 4.0/
Operating Temperature: 50 to 90 deg F (10 to 32 deg C)
Publication OrderSpecial Feature Codes -- Chargeable
The Token-Ring feature is an internal adapter that plugs into the controller. The adapter supports 4/16 Mbps Token-Ring. A maximum of one Ethernet or Token-Ring feature may be ordered per printer.
The fast ethernet feature is an internal adapter that plugs into the controller. The adapter supports 10/100BaseTX via a RJ-45 jack. A maximum of one Ethernet or Token-Ring feature may be ordered per printer.
The Infoprint 70 controller has 128 MB of memory on the controller as standard. One additional 128 MB memory DIMM may be installed.
This feature adds an additional input drawer with a capacity of 3,000-sheets. Only letter or A4 paper sizes are supported. A maximum of one of these features may be ordered per printer.(R), (TM), * Trademark or registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
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