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    IBM 3930

     
     
     
     


    Models:
    3930-02S
    3930-02D
    3930-03S
    3930-03D

    Features:

    7651ASCII Attach
    9217Twinax attach
    9476Coax attach
    9218Ethernet
    9223Postscript
    922585MB hard drive
    92248MB memory
    7640High capacity input
    7650High capacity output
    3050Stand

    IBM 3930 Laser Printer
    This multi-function, table-top designed, non-impact page printer provides letter-quality text and all-points-addressable graphics. The 3930 is well suited for workgroups in medium-sized enterprises for printing business documents for internal as well as customer use. The 3930 is a low cost host system attached printer with a duplex printing option. Advanced print functions are implemented through the Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS).

    Highlights:
    -100% Duty Cycle printing
    -Optional duplex capability
    -2x40 character LCD operator pane; with plain language messages
    -Fully configurable from the operator panel
    -PQET
    -240PEL, 300PEL
    -Auto data stream switching
    -4MB RAM standard, expandable to 16MB
    -85MB Hard Drive option
    -Up to 3750 sheet input
    -PostScript Option
    -PCL5 Printer Emulation
    -Auto emulation switching

    The 3930 Page Printer is IBM's new mid-range page printer intended to replace all models of the IBM 3816 Page Printer. This multifunction, tabletop, nonimpact page printer provides letter-quality text and all-points-addressable graphics at a maximum speed of 30 pages (impressions) per minute. It is designed to produce a maximum of 150,000 pages (impressions) per month.

    With cross-industry applicability (insurance, finance, manufacturing, retail, wholesale, health care), work groups in medium-sized and large-sized enterprises can use the 3930 for printing internal business, office, and customer documents. Also, the 3930 Page Printer is designed for unattended operation in IBM mainframe distributed, IBM mid-range, and Local Area Network (LAN) system environments. The 3930 depending on model offers simplex or duplex printing, 240 or 300 PEL resolution, and a range of physical interfaces (Centronics Parallel, Serial, Coax, Twinax, and Ethernet).

    The IBM 3930 will offer the same paper handling capabilities as the IBM 3816. The IBM 3930 will come standard with a 550-sheet primary input cassette, a 250-sheet secondary input cassette (expandable to 1200), and a 550-sheet output tray (expandable to 1400). Paper sizes up to legal size will be supported on the standard paper handling trays. Letter and A4 size paper is supported for use on the optional high capacity paper trays.

    The IBM 3930 has an improved LCD operator panel that will communicate with the user in one of nine languages.

    Model Abstract 3930-02D
    The 3930 Page Printer Model 02D is a duplex page printer that offers 240-PEL resolution. This model is designed to be used with the Coax and Twinax Attachment options. However, with the ASCII Attachment feature the Model 02D may be used as an ASCII printer in IBM 5202 emulation. A Coax, Twinax, or ASCII attachment feature must be specified on the initial order.

    The Coaxial Attachment supports the following: System 390* 3174 Controller; 9211 ES/9000* Processor Workstation Subsystem Controller; ES/9370* Information System Workstation Subsystem Controller; 93371 (Micro Channel) using 370 Adapter; and PS/2* with Micro Channel PSA Card (With PSF/2 only), including support for PS/55. The Twinaxial Attachment supports the following: AS/400* Twinaxial Workstation Controller; 5394 Remote Control Unit attached to
    AS/400; and 5494 Remote Control Unit attached to AS/400.

    Highlights
    New IBM AFP* Printer
    Local Area Network Printer
    Improved Performance:
    30-Impression-Per-Minute (IPM) Print Engine
    Improved Standard Controller
    High Reliability:
    150-K maximum duty cycle
    Easier to Use:
    New 2x40 Character LCD Operator Panel
    Improved Print Quality:
    Higher optical print density
    Greater Attachment Flexibility
    Multiple Data Streams Supported:
    Data stream switching between PCL5* and PostScript**
    Memory Options:
    4-MB Usable RAM Standard
    8-MB Memory Expansion Option
    85-MB Hard Drive Option

    Outline Fonts

    Description
    Improved Price/Performance
    The IBM 3930 Page Printer is a replacement for the IBM 3816 Page Printer. The IBM 3930 operates at a higher rated speed (30 IPM), processes print data faster via an improved controller, and has a higher maximum monthly print capacity of 150,000 pages (impressions) per month.

    End-User Productivity - Improved Worker Productivity
    Worker productivity is increased via the faster print speed of the IBM 3930 versus predecessor printers. The combination of the 30 IPM print engine and the improved controller design significantly improves the actual print throughput of the 3930.

    Growth Enablement - Increased Capacity, Improved Performance
    The higher maximum print capacity of the IBM 3930 (150,000 per month) allows businesses to increase their print loads without having to purchase additional printers.

    Flexible System Attachment
    The IBM 3930 Page Printer will provide attachment to multiple system environments including: IBM AS/400*, IBM System/370*, IBM System/390*, IBM RISC System 6000*, IBM PS/2*, IBM PC, and compatibles. Industry-standard physical attachments and data protocols will be supported.

    Growth Enablement - Connectivity
    The IBM 3930 Page Printer can be moved from one system environment to another as companies upgrade or change their host systems. The user need change only cables or interface features.

    Investment Protection - Strategic Architecture, Industry Standards
    The IBM 3930 Page Printer will support the IPDS* and SCS datastreams in the IBM System/370* and IBM System/390* environments. On AS/400 Systems, the IBM 3930 will support the IPDS datastream. Within the LAN/ASCII environments, the 3930 will support the widely used PCL5** and PostScript Level 1 data streams. This allows easy portability of the 3930 to new applications.

    End-User Productivity - Improved Worker Productivity
    The high capacity (up to 1,750 sheets) paper input and high capacity paper stacking(up to 1,400 sheets) reduces the amount of time spent by users adding and removing paper from the printer. Slower speed printers normally have paper capacities of less than 1000 for input and output trays.

    Growth Enablement - Increased Capacity
    The standard input and output paper capacity of the IBM 3930 is 800 and 550 sheets, respectively. The customer can purchase high capacity input and output features to increase capacity to 1,750 and 1,400 sheets, respectively.

    Cost of Printing
    The total cost of printing of the IBM 3930 is competitive with other printers in its speed and usage range. Additionally, at higher duty cycles the IBM 3930 can provide lower cost of printing than the use of multiple slower speed printers.

    Business Solutions - Enable Customer's Competitive Advantage
    Use of the IBM 3930 rather than multiple lower speed printers can provide the customer with both cost of printing and labor savings. The labor savings is due to less paper handling.

    Model Description 3930-02D
    The Model 02D is a 240-PEL resolution, duplex page printer. The standard interfaces shipped with the 02S are RS-232 and RS-422 Serial. This model is designed to be used with the Coax and Twinax Attachment options. However, with the ASCII Attachment Feature the Model 02D may be used as an ASCII printer in IBM Quietwriter emulation. A Coax, Twinax, or ASCII Attachment feature must be specified on the initial order.

    The IBM 3930 Page Printer is designed for unattended operation in IBM mainframe distributed, IBM mid-range, and local area network (LAN) system environments:
    System/390*: Model 02D attaches via the Coax Attachment Feature to IBM 3174 Controllers, ES/9000* Processors and ES/9370* Processors.
    AS/400*: Model 02D attaches via the Twinax Attachment Feature to the AS/400 and AS/400-attached 5X94 controllers.

    Model Summary Matrix
    Simplex/
    Model IPM Duplex Resolution Interface
    ----- --- ------ ---------- -----------------------
    02D 30 Duplex 240 PEL Coax, Twinax, or Serial

    The following IBM 3930 Page Printer Features and Accessories are customer set up if purchased after base machine:
    Coax Attachment (#9476)
    Twinax Attachment (#9217)
    ASCII Attachment (#7651)
    AFP Core Interchange Fonts (#4850)
    High Capacity Paper Input (#7640)
    High Capacity Paper Output (#7650)
    Primary Cassette (#9496)
    Alternate Cassette (#9497)
    Replacement Output Tray (#9501)
    240 PEL Font Management System (#9185)
    The "Introduction and Planning Guide" (GA24-4375) describes in detail the customer responsibilities.

    Technical Description
    Maximum rated engine speed of 30 IPM for 8 1/2 x 11 inch pages
    Maximum duty cycle of 150,000 pages per month
    Print resolution of 240 PEL
    Standard RS-232 and RS-422 Serial
    Coax and Twinax Attachment Options
    ASCII Attachment Option for Serial Interface Use
    IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to IBM OS/2* Token Ring LANs
    IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to Novell** Ethernet LANs
    IBM 4033 LAN Connection for attachment to Novell Token Ring LANs

    Physical Specifications
    Size & Weight
    Standard Paper Handling HCI & HCO
    ------------------------------ -----------------------------
    Simplex Duplex Simplex Duplex
    -------------- -------------- -------------- --------------
    Width: 1200 mm(48.0") 1200 mm(48.0") 1835 mm(72.3") 1835 mm(72.3")
    Depth: 510 mm(20.1") 510 mm(20.1") 510 mm(20.1") 510 mm(20.1")
    Height: 380 mm(15.0") 420 mm(16.6") 450 mm(17.7") 450 mm(17.7")

    Weight: Approximately 75 kg(165 lb)
    Floor Space: 1130 mm(44.5" deep) x 1505 mm(59.5") long
    (Front & rear covers open)

    2500 Capacity Paper Input Device:
    ---------------------------------
    Weight approximately 65 lb (29.5 kg)
    The unit extends approximately 405 mm (16 inches) beyond and 254 mm (10 inches) below the base of the printer.

    Paper Handling:
    Input Paper Trays Standard - 550/250; Optional - 550/1200 or 550/2500
    Output Paper Trays Standard - 1 x 550; Optional - 1 x 1400

    Paper Sizes
    Simplex Operation Duplex Operation
    ---------------------- ---------------------
    Letter - 216x279mm(8.5"x11") Letter - 216x279mm(8.5"x11")
    * Legal - 216x356mm(8.5"x14") * Legal - 216x356mm(8.5"x14")
    Executive - 178x267mm(7.0"x10.5") ISO/JIS A4- 210x297mm(8.3"x11.7")
    Executive - 185x267mm(7.25"x10.5")
    Executive - 191x267mm(7.5"x10.5")
    JIS B5 - 183x257mm(7.2"x10.1")
    ISO/JIS A4- 210x297mm(8.3"x11.7")
    ** Germany - 210x318mm(8.27"x12.5")

    * The 1200 Sheet Capacity Paper input device does not
    Support legal size paper.
    ** Paper sizes longer than 297.8-mm (11.73-inch) will print at a
    maximum of 26.25 IPM

    Paper Type:
    Cut sheet papers (grain long recommended) which are designed for xerographic printers. Preprinted paper, like company letterhead, with ink and paper specially designed and treated for the xerographic process can be used in the printer. Other types of commonly available office papers can also be used in the printer, however a reduction in reliability and print quality may occur.

    The media weight range is 60 - 90 g/m2(16-24 lb) in simplex operation. The media weight range for duplex operation is 70 - 90 g/m2 (18.7-24lb).
    Special Media (not supported in duplex mode)
    Size Weight
    ----------------- -------------------------
    Transparencies Letter, ISO/JIS A 170 - 225 g/m2 (45-60 lb)
    Labels Letter, ISO/JIS A 120 - 160 g/m2 (32-42 lb)
    Card Stock Letter, ISO/JIS A 94 - 170 g/m2 (25-45 lb)

    Xerographic transparencies only are supported. The Xerographic transparencies must have a paper backing attached, that is no heavier than 24#. Only labels designed for Xerographic printers may be used. Labels must be on carrier sheets.

    Storage:
    4MB RAM standard; Optional 8MB expansion, Optional 85MB hard drive.

    Operating Environment
    Power Requirement:
    The IBM 3930 Page Printer is available with the following voltage/frequency groups:

    Tolerance (VAC)
    ---------------
    Voltage (VAC) Min Max Frequency (Hz) Tolerance
    --------------- ------ ------- -------------- -----------
    100 90 110 50 +/- 0.5 Hz.
    100 90 110 60 +/- 0.5 Hz.
    120-127 104 137 60 +/- 0.5 Hz.
    200 180 220 50 +/- 0.5 Hz.
    220-240 193 249 50 +/- 0.5 Hz.
    220-240 193 249 60 +/- 0.5 Hz.

    Acoustics:
    Operating Idling
    --------- --------
    Sound Power Level (LWAd) 7.0 bels 5.5 bels
    Sound Pressure Level 55 dB 38 dB

    Power Consumption: 1.44 KVA Maximum
    Heat Output: 4916 BTUs per Hour Maximum
    Temperature: 15.6 to 32.2C (60 - 90F)
    Relative Humidity: 8% to 80% RH
    Wet Bulb Temperature: 7.2 to 24.4C (45 - 76F)
    Altitude: 0 to 2135 m (0 to 7000 ft)
    Pressure Variation: +/- 2.6% at installation altitude

    Limitations
    The IBM 3930 page printable area is limited within 4.2mm (0.165 inch's) of any page edge. Attempts to print to the paper edge may result in loss of information or print quality degradation within this boundary and paper handling degradation.

    The use of some non-xerographic papers may affect feed reliability or print quality. The print on a non-xerographic paper may appear lighter than on xerographic paper. Also, non-xerographic papers that are printed on both sides of a page (duplex), may have a different level of darkness when one side of the page is compared to the other.

    Legal size paper is not supported on the High Capacity Input and High Capacity Output paper trays.

    Hardware Requirements
    The RS-232 Interface will attach to:
    IBM AS/400 ASCII workstation controller
    3174 Controllers on the Asynchronous Emulation Adapter
    RISC System/6000
    PS/2* computer COMx ports
    Direct LAN Attachment via the 4033 LAN Connection
    Non-IBM PCs utilizing an RS-232 interface
    Non-IBM UNIX** computers utilizing an RS-232 interface

    Note: Model 02D requires the ASCII Attach Feature.

    The RS-422 Interface will attach to:
    RISC System/6000 or RT workstations
    AS/400 ASCII workstation controller

    Note: Model 02D requires the ASCII Attach Feature.
    The Coax Attachment Feature attaches to the following:
    3174 Controller
    9221 ES/9000 Processor Workstation Subsystem Controller
    9370 Information System, Workstation Subsystem Controller
    9371 (Micro Channel 370) using 370 Adapter
    PS/2 with Micro Channel PSA Card (With PSF/2 only), includes support with PS/55

    The Twinax Attachment Features attaches to the following:
    AS/400 Twinaxial Workstation Controllers
    5394 Remote Control Unit attached to AS/400
    5494 Remote Control Unit attached to AS/400

    Software Requirements
    IBM 3930 Coax and Twinax Attachment Software Support
    IBM System Software - Minimum Level Data Stream/Emulation
    ---------- ------------------------- ---------------------

    AS/400 OS/400 V2.2 (AFP=No) IPDS**/3816
    OS/400 V2.2 (AFP=Yes) IPDS
    OfficeVision/400* V2.2 IPDS/3816
    BGU IPDS/3816
    CL and DDS IPDS/3816
    OS/400 Graphics IPDS/3816
    AFP Utilities/400* V2.1 IPDS/3816

    System/370* PSF/MVS V2.1.0 IPDS
    PSF/VM V2.1.1 IPDS
    PSF/VSE V2.2 IPDS
    GDDM R2.3 IPDS/3816, SCS/3816
    VM RSCS R2.2 IPDS/3816, SCS/3816
    JES 328X V2 SCS/3816

    System/390* PSF/MVS V2.1.1 IPDS
    PSF/VM V2.1.1 IPDS
    PSF/VSE V2.2 IPDS
    GDDM R2.3 IPDS/3816, SCS/3816
    VM RSCS R2.2 IPDS/3816, SCS/3816
    JES 328X V2 SCS/3816

    PS/2*
    (PSA Micro Channel) PSF/2 V1.10 IPDS/3816
    * Includes support of PS/55 with Micro Channel PSA

    ASCII Software Support
    The IBM 3930 Model 02D with the ASCII Attachment feature, uses the IBM Personal Printer Data Stream (PPDS) in a Quietwriter* III (5202) emulation, when attached to RS-232 or RS-422 Serial interfaces. The duplex capability of the Model 02D cannot be controlled via host software when in Quietwriter III (5202) emulation. The following systems support the model 02D when in 5202 mode:

    System Software - Minimum Level Data Stream/Emulation
    ------------ -------------------------------- ---------------------
    IBM PS/2 OS/2 1.1 PPDS/5202
    OS/2 LAN Server 1.0 PPDS/5202
    Extended Services 1.0 for OS/2 PPDS/5202
    DOS 4.0 PPDS/5202
    Microsoft Windows 3.1** PPDS/5202
    PC Support/400 W/S Function V2.2 PPDS/5202

    IBM RISC AIX Version 3.2.0 PPDS/5202
    System/6000
    IBM AS/400 OS/400 V2.3 Host Print Transform PPDS/5202

    Font Support
    The model 02D has the same resident EBCDIC and ASCII fonts as the IBM 3812 and IBM 3816. Additionally, the model
    02D features identical host download font support to the IBM 3812 and 3816. For further information please consult either of the following:
    "3812 and 3816 Page Printers Font Reference" (GA34-2111)
    "3930 Page Printer Font Reference and Font Management System User's Guide" (GA24-4376)

    240 PEL Font Management System
    This Program Product was created for the IBM 3816. It may be used with the IBM 3930 model 02D for customizing of 240
    PEL fonts. Some highlights are shown below:
    User-friendly interface including Mouse support.
    Duplication and Backup of Printer Operating Diskette.
    Creation and Editing of fonts including:
    Conversion of feature fonts to printer resident fonts.
    Import scanned images such as signatures.
    Extended editing commands including lines, ellipses, area fill, inversion, shifting, skewing, bolding, and scaling.

    Requires an IBM PS/2 Model 30-286 or higher with a 3.5-inch 1.44M drive, using DOS 3.3 or later or OS/2(DOS
    Compatibility Mode Only). Model 30-286 or higher with a 3.5-inch 1.44M drive (3816) or a Graphic character editing may
    be performed using a VGA or CGA display adapter. Orders should be placed on AAS for Feature #9501.

    Advanced Function Printing (AFP) Core Interchange Fonts
    The AFP Core Interchange Latin 1 and Symbol character sets are available in 240 Dot-Per-Inch raster format via diskettes (#4850) for each of the following type families:
    Times New Roman
    Courier
    Helvetica

    These resident AFP Core Interchange Fonts are supported only on Coax attached (FC #9476) Models 02S and 02D printers that operate under PSF/MVS. The 85 MB Hard Drive (#9225) must be installed to load the fonts into the printer from the diskettes. For further information please refer to the following IBM publications:
    S544-3708 About Type: IBM's Technical Reference for Core Interchange Digitized Type
    S544-3802 About Type: IBM's Code Pages for Digitized Type
    G544-3804 About Type: IBM's Quick Reference for IBM Core Interchange Fonts
    G544-3710 About Type: IBM's Samples of Core Interchange Digitized Type

    Double-Byte Character Set Font Download Support

    Overlay Caching
    This option on the Page Printer Operational Diskette allows the user to select the number of overlays that will be stored in the printer's random access memory (RAM). By selecting this option, printer performance may improve by saving the specified number of overlays in RAM. Using the saved overlays can be faster than regenerating them from the command sequence each time they are used. Up to four overlays can be saved provided that enough RAM exists to store them.

    With this option turned off, each overlay's commands are saved in the printer's buffer that would need to be executed each time. This can be very processor-intensive depending on the complexity of the overlay. With this option turned on, the overlay is generated only once and the bitmap of the overlay is saved in RAM. Each time the overlay is called, its bitmap is simply transferred from RAM to the actual printable bitmap memory area.

    If the application uses more overlays than specified in this option, then the overlays are stored in the printer's RAM in the order that the host sent them.

    The overlay caching function is available only on the Model 02S and 02D, used with the Twinax Attachment (FC 9217) or the Coax Attachment (FC 9476). The standard code shipped with both attachment features now contains the overlay caching function.

    P/N 57G3994 Diskette A, Coax Operational Code Model 02, 1 of 2
    P/N 57G3995 Diskette B, Coax Fonts Disk Model 02, 2 of 2
    or
    P/N 57G3992 Diskette A, Twinax Operational Code Model 02, 1 of 2
    P/N 57G3993 Diskette B, Twinax Fonts Disk Model 02, 2 of 2

    P/N 57G4002 Diskette A, 5219 Emulation SCS Model 02, 1 of 2
    P/N 57G4003 Diskette B, 5219 Emulation SCS Fonts, Model 02, 2 of 2

    File Management System
    The IBM 3930 File Management System (FMS) is a utility designed to help you create and modify files for the IBM Page Printer Models 02D, 02S, 03D, and 03S. Since the 3930 Page Printer Operational Diskettes are in a non-DOS compatible format, this utility allows manipulation of the files on the 3930 Operational Diskettes. This program's main intent is to be used to customize the printer default settings via commands that are permitted through the data stream but not through the Page Printer's configuration menu. This is accomplished by running FMS on a personal computer with a 3.5" high-density disk drive and modifying the .init files on the Page Printer Operational Diskette. Other files, such as Page Map Primitive (PMP) - the Page Printer operating system files can also be modified as well. Some highlights of FMS's functions are listed below:
    Duplicate/Verify/Save/Restore the Page Printer Operational Diskettes.
    Delete, edit, and move files on the Page Printer Operational Diskettes.
    Copy files between the Page Printer Operational Diskettes and a PC/DOS library stored on the personal computer's hard disk.
    Edit (hexadecimal or ASCII) the Page Printer Operational Diskette initialization system files.

    Import or export page map primitive (PMP) files between the PC/DOS library and DOS files in either binary or PMP-escape format. PMP-escape format allows a data stream to be sent from a personal computer to an attached page printer (IBM 3930 Models 02S and 02D only).

    Maintenance Documents Package
    Maintenance Analysis Procedures (S224-1794)
    Maintenance Information Manual (S224-1795)
    Parts Catalog (S124-0171)

    The following publications are not shipped with the base printers. They may be acquired with the corresponding special feature or may be ordered separately.
    3930 Page Printer Models 02D, 02S, 03D, and 03S Introduction and Planning Guide (GA24-4375)
    3930 Page Printer Models 02D and 02S Font Reference and Font Management System User's Guide (GA24-4376)
    3930 Page Printer Models 02D and 02S Programming Reference for ASCII Attachment (GA24-4378)
    3930 Page Printer Models 02S and 02D IPDS Handbook (GA24-4377)
    3930 Page Printer Models 02D and 02S Programming Reference for 3270 Attachment (NDS Attachment) (GA24-4379)
    3930 Page Printer models 02D and 02S Programming Reference for AS/400 Attachment (IPDS Only) (GA24-4380)
    Maintenance Analysis Procedures (S124-0171)
    Maintenance Information Manual (S224-1794)
    Parts Catalog (S224-1795)

    Frequency/Voltage Group
    The 120 Volt 60 Hz machine is available in the U.S., no specify code is required.

    Cables are supplied by the customer. Please refer to "IBM 3930 Page Printer Models 02D, 02S, 03D, 03S Introduction and Planning Guide" (GA24-4375).

    Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable
    One of the following must be specified when ordering the model 02D:
    Coax Attachment - #9476
    Twinax Attachment - #9217
    ASCII Attachment - #7651

    Coax Attachment (#9476)
    This feature is used to attach the IBM 3930 to coaxial cabling. This feature is a backpack that attaches to the RS-422 interface. The coaxial interface is used to attach the IBM 3930 to a 3174 Establishment Controller, the 9221 ES/9000 Processor, the 9370 Processor, the ES/9371 Processor, and PS/2 with Microchannel PSA Card. Two modes of operation are supported - SNA Character Stream (SCS) line mode and Intelligent Printer Data Stream(IPDS) mode. The IBM 3930 will emulate the IBM 3816 in SCS mode. Non-GDDM/DisplayWrite 370 Applications are supported in SCS mode. Advanced Function Printing (AFP) support is provided under Print Service Facility/VM (PSF/VM) Version 2.1.1 or higher, PSF/MVS Release 2.1.1 or higher, PSF/VSE Version 2.2 or higher, and PSF/2 Version 1.1.0 or higher. To use GDDM, Release 2.3 or higher should be used. Contact your marketing representative for assistance. Maximum: One per machine. Customer Set-up: If purchased after base machine installation.

    Twinax Attachment (#9217)
    This feature is used to attach the IBM 3930 to twinaxial cabling. With the Twinax Attachment, the IBM 3930 Models 02S and 02D may be attached to the AS/400 Twinaxial Workstation Controller and to 5394/5495 Remote Control Units attached to an AS/400. The Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) only is supported by the Twinax Attachment for the AS/400. Maximum: One per machine. Customer Set-up: If purchased after base machine
    installation.

    ASCII Attachment (#7651)
    This feature must be ordered to attach the model 02D to ASCII devices via the RS-232 or RS-422 interfaces. This feature includes program diskettes and documentation for attachment to IBM PS/2, RISC System/6000, AS/400 ASCII Workstation Controllers, and 3174 Controller ASCII Ports. Maximum: One per machine Customer Set-up: If purchased after base machine installation

    8MB Memory Expansion (#9224)
    This feature is a memory SIMM that provides expansion of controller RAM from the standard 4 MB to 12 MB on all IBM
    3930 Models. This feature should not be ordered for machines on which the High Performance Package will be installed. The High Performance Package Controller already contains the additional memory. Maximum: One per machine.

    85MB Hard Drive (#9225)
    The 85 MB Hard Drive is used to further increase user memory. The 85 MB Hard Drive may be installed on all models of the IBM 3930. When installed, the Hard Drive, replaces the "B" diskette drive. This feature does not apply to machines that have the High Performance Package installed. The High Performance Package includes an 85 MB Hard Drive. Maximum: One per machine.

    High Capacity Paper Input (#7640)
    This feature provides the user with the capability of holding 1,200/1,140 of 75/80 g/m2 (20/21 lb) paper of letter or A4 paper sizes. When this feature is installed in the alternate (bottom) paper slot, it becomes the primary paper cassette automatically unless the configuration switch overrides the setting. Legal size paper is not supported on the High Capacity Paper Input. Maximum: One per machine. Customer Set-up: If purchased after initial machine installation.

    Note: The unit extends 380 mm (15 inches) beyond and 110 mm (4.33 inches) below the base of the printer.
    2500 Sheet Capacity Letter/Legal/A4 Size Paper Input Device (FC 7642)
    This feature provides the user with the capability of holding 2,500 (20 lb) sheets of paper of letter, legal, or A4 paper. When this feature is installed in the alternate (bottom) paper slot, it becomes the primary paper cassette automatically unless the configuration switch overrides the setting.

    Note: The unit extends approximately 405 mm (16 inches) beyond and 254 mm (10 inches) below the base of the printer.
    Also, the 2500-capacity paper input device requires the IBM 3930 Printer Stand (FC 3050).

    Maximum: One per machine. Customer setup: Yes, if purchased after initial machine install. Field Installation: Yes.

    High Capacity Paper Output (#7650)
    This feature provides the user with the capability of, holding 1400/1300 sheets of 75/80 g/m2 (20/21 lb) paper, 800 sheets of 75 g/m2 (20 lb) legal size paper, or 300 sheets of special media such as transparencies labels, and card stock. This replaces the standard single output tray. The high capacity paper output supports a minimum paper weight of 70 g/m2 (18.7 lb). Paper handling and/or paper stacking capacity may not be acceptable with a relative humidity below 15 percent (test for your application).

    There will be output full sense condition displayed on the operating panel when there is more than 1400 sheets of A4 or letter size output paper in the output bin or the media maximum height of other media is reached. Adjacent print jobs can be offset under host software control so that jobs can be easily separated. Maximum: One per machine. Customer Set-up: If purchased after base machine installation. Field Installation: Yes.

    Note: The unit, excluding the output tray, will extend 195 mm beyond the base printer. The unit must be supported by a tabletop or a wire rack if the optional printer stand is used.

    Printer Stand (#3050)
    The stand provides a convenient, movable physical support for the IBM 3930 Page Printer and supplies. Magnetic latching doors provide easy access to a supplies area under the printer. Casters make it easy to relocate the stand and printer. Maximum: One per machine. Field installable: IBM Only.

    Primary Cassette (#9496)
    For replacement of the primary 550 sheet cassette that is offered on the base machine. Customer Set-up: Yes. Field Installable: Yes.

    Alternate Cassette (#9497)
    For replacement of the alternate 250 sheet cassette that is offered on the base machine. Customer Set-up: Yes. Field
    Installable: Yes.

    Replacement Output Tray (#9501)
    This feature is for replacement of the standard 550 sheet output tray. Customer Set-up: Yes. Field Installable: Yes.

    240 PEL 3816 and 3930 Font Management System (#9185)
    This is a Program Product first offered as an RPQ for the IBM 3812 and 3816 Page Printers. It is being offered as a feature for the IBM 3930. This feature may be used only on the IBM 3930 Models 02S and 02D. This product provides for
    customizing of 240 PEL resolution fonts. Customer Set-up: Yes. Field Installable: Yes.

    AFP Core Interchange Fonts (#4850)
    The AFP Core Interchange Latin 1 and Symbol character sets are available in 240 Dot-Per-Inch raster format via diskettes for each of the following type families:
    Times New Roman
    Courier
    Helvetica

    These resident AFP Core Interchange Fonts are supported only on Coax attached (FC #9476) Models 02S and 02D printers that operate under PSF/MVS. The 85 MB Hard Drive (Feature #9225) must be installed to load the fonts from the diskettes into the printer. For further information on the AFP Core Interchange Fonts please refer to:
    S544-3708 About Type: IBM's Technical Reference for Core Interchange Digitized Type
    S544-3802 About Type: IBM's Code Pages for Digitized Type
    G544-3804 About Type: IBM's Quick Reference for IBM Core Interchange Fonts
    G544-3710 About Type: IBM's Samples of Core Interchange Digitized Type

    Customer Set-up: yes. Field Installable: Yes.

    Supplies
    Choosing the right supplies is key to customer satisfaction with the IBM 3930 Page Printer. The use of IBM supplies will
    ensure optimum print quality, life of supplies, and machine availability. The use of xerographic paper is recommended. A variety of non-xerographic papers may be used with a possible degradation of print quality.

    The IBM 3930, like the IBM 3816, is designed to allow the customer to replace key machine parts and supplies. This results in significant customer benefits, which are improved price/performance, lower service costs, and improved machine availability because the customer performs some printer diagnostics.

    The customer must order and keep a spare set of supplies on hand to be used interchangeably in the diagnostics process. Customers who have multiple machines are required only to keep enough spare sets to adequately perform diagnostics on multiple machines. The customer may want to establish a supply agreement with Lexmark or an Authorized Supplies Dealer. Supply agreements often offer customers' price discounts, price protection for one year, establish shipping schedules, and reduce administrative expense.

    Supplies Summary
    Supplies part numbers and approximate average yields are listed below for all models of the IBM 3930, except where noted:

    P/N Description Approx. Avg. Yield (Prints)*
    ------- ----------------------- ----------------------------
    70X7440 Toner (One Cartridge) 16,000
    70X7441 Developer Unit 400,000
    70X7442 Cleaning Unit 200,000
    70X7443 Photoconductor Unit 80,000
    70X7445 100 - 127 Volt Fuser 150,000 **
    70X7447 200 - 240 Volt Fuser 150,000 **

    * Approximate average yield has been established with a
    coverage of 4 percent.

    ** Approximate average yield for the Models 02D and 03D is 100K

    The approximate average yields are not a warranty or guarantee of minimum life, and are provided to assist in initial supplies planning. Actual usage should be used to establish the supply's life in the end user's application. Many factors (for example, print coverage per page, paper type and size, and environmental conditions) can effect supply life.

    Diskettes
    Coax Attachment (#9476)
    2 EBCDIC Diskettes with the four language groups.
    Twinax Attachment (#9217)
    2 EBCDIC Diskettes with the four language groups.

    Ethernet TCP/IP Attachment (#9218)
    Ethernet Adapter Code Diskette

    ASCII Attachment (#7651)
    PC Asynch and RISC System/6000 Diskettes

    240 PEL IBM 3816 and 3930 Font Management System (#9185)
    Diskettes in 3.5-inch or 5.25-inch format
    DOS and OS/2 compatible

    AFP Core Interchange Font Set (#4850)
    Multiple 3.5-inch diskettes to be loaded on the hard drive


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